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Tottenham sack Jose Mourinho | Who Ate all the Pies

Jose Mourinho was sacked by Tottenham after just 17 months in office. He replaced Mauricio Pochettino as Spurs head coach in November 2019 and led the club to sixth place in the Premier League last season. Spurs are currently in seventh place, having collected two points in their last three league games, and were eliminated from the Europa League in March. They will face Man City in the League Cup final on Sunday, and will do so with interim manager Ryan Mason. This season, Mourinho suffered 10 league losses in a single campaign for the first time in his managerial… Read More »Tottenham sack Jose Mourinho | Who Ate all the Pies

Belgium vs Italy highlights

Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne: “I think we tried everything to win this game. They scored a fantastic goal, but maybe the first one was a mistake on our part. They had more possession and the ball. didn’t come in for us, which is a shame. Getting knocked out is always a bummer. “ Italy coach Roberto Mancini: “I don’t think we suffered too much at any point in the game. To beat a team like Belgium you need a good performance from everyone and that is exactly what happened. today. “We scored two and we could have scored more.… Read More »Belgium vs Italy highlights

Denmark vs Czech Republic highlights

After the game, Danish coach Kasper Hjulmand said he believed his side would have Eriksen on their minds as they scramble to continue their run to Euro 2020. “I really feel it,” he said. “The whole world of football understood that the second, and the following days, the fundamentals of life and football, the core values ​​of football emerged at that time. “There are so many other agendas in football, but we all remembered why we started playing football, what values ​​football is based on and we remembered that. “I still think of Christian every day. He should have been… Read More »Denmark vs Czech Republic highlights

Premier League ‘Big Six’ agree to join European Super League (ESL)

Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Spurs (ho ho) are among 12 clubs that have agreed to join a new European Super League (ESL). In a major move for European football, Premier League clubs will join AC Milan, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Inter Milan, Juventus and Real Madrid. ESL said the founding clubs had agreed to establish a “new midweek competition” with teams continuing to “compete in their respective national leagues”. He said the inaugural season was “scheduled to start as soon as possible” and “expected three more clubs” to join the breakaway. Unlike the Champions League, which teams… Read More »Premier League ‘Big Six’ agree to join European Super League (ESL)

USA vs. Costa Rica, 2022 World Cup qualifying: Time, TV schedule and lineups

The United States Men’s National Team ends their October World Cup playoff list with an extremely important home game against Costa Rica in Columbus tonight. Revenge will be on the minds of Americans as it was Los Ticos that stunned the United States at home in the last round in what was arguably the most damaging result of a total campaign failure. Gregg Berhalter’s side are in desperate need of full points after a thoroughly embarrassing performance in Panama on Sunday. Anything less than three points in this one will leave plenty of uneasy feelings heading into November’s two-game window.… Read More »USA vs. Costa Rica, 2022 World Cup qualifying: Time, TV schedule and lineups

Manchester United Players On International Duty This October

Embed from Getty Images Another international truce is underway. After weaker results in September, the Manchester United squad are now scattered around the world as many prepare to play for their national team. There are a total of 16 Manchester United players called up for the October matches, across three continents. This is a comprehensive guide to the players who will be in action and where, as there will be those who will be fighting for the Nations League trophy, but also for places for the 2022 World Cup, some via the UEFA qualifiers and others via the CONMEBOL and… Read More »Manchester United Players On International Duty This October

Manchester United News: Ronaldo Gets His Award, Martial Contacted By Premier League Club

Embed from Getty Images Manchester United have been on an international hiatus for some time now and we will soon have the chance to take a closer look at them and how they fared in these games for their national teams. But in the meantime, there is still some interesting news around Man United, not necessarily related to their national teams. In fact, Cristiano Ronaldo and Anthony Martial were in the spotlight this Friday, as there was some interesting news around them. So let’s see what happened today. Cristiano Ronaldo is the player of the month It just had to… Read More »Manchester United News: Ronaldo Gets His Award, Martial Contacted By Premier League Club

Manchester United Players During October International Break, Part 1

Embed from Getty Images Manchester United have been in action in recent days for their international teams. We’re halfway through the October international break, so here’s how Man United players have fared so far. De Gea does not appear Spain were first in international action this week and David de Gea’s side managed to secure a large 2-1 victory at San Siro over Italy, beating the European champions for place in the League final. of Nations. However, De Gea was not in the goal for Spain, as Unai Simon remains Luis Enrique’s first choice goalkeeper. France wins Nations League semi-final… Read More »Manchester United Players During October International Break, Part 1

A Detailed look at the Chelsea players who have left the club this summer.

A detailed look at the Chelsea players who left the club this summer as we focus on those who have moved either permanently or … A detailed look at the Chelsea players who left the club this summer as we focus on those who have moved either for a permanent move or on loan, which is very different from the excitement of the transfer window and who would enter the club. There have been a lot of opinions on each of the players listed below during their time at Chelsea and now they have moved on, I want your opinion… Read More »A Detailed look at the Chelsea players who have left the club this summer.

CHELSEA FC NEWS IN FIVE MINUTES | LUKAKU CONCERN | RUDIGER FOR FREE? | WHERE IS BEN CHILWELL?

Welcome to the Chelsea FC News in five minutes here on the channel today with Romelu Lukaku, Toni Rudiger and Ben Chilwell. Romelu … Welcome to the Chelsea FC News in five minutes here on the channel today with Romelu Lukaku, Toni Rudiger and Ben Chilwell. Romelu Lukaku has had a thigh problem that has been bothering him for some time and came to the fore during a trip to Belgium. Will he be in good shape for Chelsea to face Aston Villa this weekend? Toni Rudiger is not close to accepting a new contract with Chelsea according to reports… Read More »CHELSEA FC NEWS IN FIVE MINUTES | LUKAKU CONCERN | RUDIGER FOR FREE? | WHERE IS BEN CHILWELL?

CHELSEA FC IN FIVE MINUTES // OUR SEASON START – TOTTENHAM & MAN CITY.

Welcome to the channel and the last Chelsea FC video in five minutes, which looks back today on the start of our season, the Tottenham game yes … Welcome to the channel and the latest Chelsea FC video in five minutes, which looks back today at the start of our season, Tottenham yesterday and Manchester City this weekend. It was a fantastic start to the season with just two points lost at Anfield against Liverpool (and we all know what happened there – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3wg-n5WSYo). With Manchester City coming this Saturday lunchtime, Chelsea will have faced FOUR of our first six… Read More »CHELSEA FC IN FIVE MINUTES // OUR SEASON START – TOTTENHAM & MAN CITY.

A Definitive Guide to the Players on the Men’s Chelsea FC Team

With the Premier League kicking off, Chelsea fans will be looking at rosters and fixtures to see how the club are likely to stack up … With the Premier League kicking off, Chelsea fans will be looking at rosters and fixtures to see how the club are likely to stack up against the competition. In this article, we’re going to recap the players on the squad – and give some tips on how to get to matches, from public transport to how to find Premier League parking on match day. Chelsea FC players The summer transfer season is over. While… Read More »A Definitive Guide to the Players on the Men’s Chelsea FC Team

CHELSEA FC NEWS IN FIVE MINUTES – ASTON VILLA REACTION – FAVOURITES VS MAN CITY?

Welcome to the channel and the latest Chelsea FC news in five minutes focused on Aston Villa’s reaction last night and seeing us as a … Welcome to the channel and the latest Chelsea FC News in five minutes focused on Aston Villa’s reaction last night and seeing us as favorites against Man City this weekend? Chelsea beat Aston Villa on penalties last night in the Carabao Cup and conceded our first goal this season in open play. However, there were a lot of bright spots, especially the performance of Ruben Loftus-Cheek. We now face Southampton in the next round.… Read More »CHELSEA FC NEWS IN FIVE MINUTES – ASTON VILLA REACTION – FAVOURITES VS MAN CITY?

CHELSEA 0-1 MAN CITY – BULLS**T TACTICS BACKFIRED!!!

Chelsea 0-1 Man City in Chelsea’s worst performance under Thomas Tuchel in a game where we could have made a real declaration of intent to b … Chelsea 0-1 Man City in Chelsea’s worst performance under Thomas Tuchel in a game where we could have made a real declaration of intent to be labeled as title challengers! Instead, it was a shocking performance from the Bulls ** t that made it easier for Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City side. They will leave the game thinking it was so easy! In the video, recorded right after my live match commentary ended, I… Read More »CHELSEA 0-1 MAN CITY – BULLS**T TACTICS BACKFIRED!!!

CHELSEA NEWS – JUVENTUS 1-0 CHELSEA – WHERE WAS TIMO WERNER??

Chelsea lost to Juventus in the Champions League tonight because of a fantastic move that surprised us just ELEVEN SECONDS in the second half, fi … Chelsea lost to Juventus in the Champions League tonight because of a fantastic move that surprised us just ELEVEN SECONDS in the second half, ended by Chiesa like a real punch. Chelsea dominated the game with Juventus defending deeply and it became clear that we had to mix things up in the second half to try to force the game. At this point it was easy for Juventus to defend against us with five… Read More »CHELSEA NEWS – JUVENTUS 1-0 CHELSEA – WHERE WAS TIMO WERNER??

‘I didn’t want to go’ to Arsenal

Emiliano Martinez, Argeinte’s number one and Aston Villa star, revealed in an interview that he never wanted to join Arsenal but he did so reluctantly for financial and family reasons. ‘Arsenal picked me up with Pepe Santoro [former Argentine goalkeeper] told me the train only passes once in a lifetime. ‘ ‘My family and my agents thought the same. So the decision was more for them [the family] than anything else. ‘ ‘I didn’t want to go. I did not regret it, but I wanted to play in Independiente‘, revealed Martinez via quotes transported in the metro and El Pais.… Read More »‘I didn’t want to go’ to Arsenal

Grimsby Town offer ‘shirt amnesty’ for fans of England’s six ESL clubs

Grimsby 2020/21 Home Kit Grimsby Town has responded brilliantly to the proposed launch of a European Super League by offering fans of the six English clubs involved the opportunity to swap their shirts for the Mariners. Their “shirt amnesty” is open to holders of Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham or Chelsea shirts that are less than three seasons old. In return, the club are offering a replica of the Grimsby 2020-21 jersey (see above – that’s pretty cool), with unwanted Premier League kits to donate to local youth groups and humanitarian projects in Africa. . “In light of… Read More »Grimsby Town offer ‘shirt amnesty’ for fans of England’s six ESL clubs

Big Duncan Ferguson is the scariest careers coach ever

If you thought Big Dunc had mellowed with age (he’s 49 but looks fit), you’d be wrong … The little brother received a message from Big Dunc giving him a little kick in the ass for slacking off at school our football club is the UTFT boss 💙 pic.twitter.com/8YzsXaviCy – Jack Simmons (@ JackSimmo1998) April 19, 2021 You don’t argue, you don’t joke, you do exactly what Big Dunc tells you to do, and you did it yesterday. Who knows, Dunc might be the worst assistant coach in football history, and maybe Carlo Ancelotti is very scared of the man,… Read More »Big Duncan Ferguson is the scariest careers coach ever

Leeds United’s Twitter mocks Liverpool’s ‘Merseyside Reds’ as ESL divide grows

We’re on our way against the Merseyside Reds at Elland Road! – Leeds United (@LUFC) April 19, 2021 It’s a joke that has been around for several hours before kick-off, but it’s still very cheeky from the Leeds United social media person. We 100% approve. Context of the joke: Liverpool are one of six English clubs to have signed up for the European Super League, condemned and despised. Merseyside Reds refers to the football video game Pro Evolution Soccer, which for a long time was not licensed to use the real names of English clubs; until 2016, Liverpool were known… Read More »Leeds United’s Twitter mocks Liverpool’s ‘Merseyside Reds’ as ESL divide grows

The Great ESL Collapse: Chelsea and Man City pull out of European Super League with more to follow

The dirty half-dozen It came too late for them to appear like the good guys, but Chelsea and Man City have at least come to their senses and decided to withdraw from the absurdly European Super League. There are also rumors that Atletico Madrid are set to retire. I’m pretty sure the other four Premier League clubs will follow soon. They no longer have an alternative. Vampires in Spain and Italy, like Real’s infamous creepy Florentino Perez (of course he was conceited enough to want to be the first president of that abomination), seemed to lead the ESL anyway and… Read More »The Great ESL Collapse: Chelsea and Man City pull out of European Super League with more to follow

‘The rank hypocrisy surrounding the Newcastle United takeover’

I just finished reading the latest nonsense about the Newcastle United takeover. This one came from the Daily Mail with a headline from: “The Glamorous financier who brought blood money to the Premier League” Yes, this is the case with Amanda, for whom a certain Mrs. Harriet Johnston, associate editor, has turned her mores upside down. As described by the Daily Mail when she joined them in 2019: “Harriet’s areas of interest include women’s lifestyle, real life, fashion, beauty, royals, food and women. drinks. Clearly, Mrs Johnston’s ‘expertise’ and journalistic experience in global geopolitics, human rights and the workings of… Read More »‘The rank hypocrisy surrounding the Newcastle United takeover’

Is it safe say that you can never count out Lamar Jackson?

Author: Jon Kuzma You cannot contain Lamar Jackson for the four quarters. It’s not going to happen. The Colts did everything they could to plan the game for Jackson. They even tried to control possession time in the first half. In an attempt to keep Jackson off the field. But ultimately Jackson did what he always does. And that’s finding a way to win. That’s why it feels like Jackson means more to his team than any other football player. Aaron Donald is the only one close. But Donald is not a quarterback. So you have to give Jackson the… Read More »Is it safe say that you can never count out Lamar Jackson?

Did the Raiders history of social justice make firing Jon Gruden an easy decision?

Author: Jon Kuzma Al Davis and the Raiders have always been on the right side of history. Davis was the first NFL owner to hire an African-American head coach. And that was Art Shell. So the Raiders have always had a history of acceptance and inclusion. And they have always been at the forefront of social justice. There is no doubt that Al Davis passed these values ​​on to his son Mark Davis. That’s why the Raiders couldn’t stay with Jon Gruden. These comments go against everything the Raiders stand for. And there is no breaking the rules when it… Read More »Did the Raiders history of social justice make firing Jon Gruden an easy decision?

Newcastle United transfer moves for targets under new owners – Reality check

We all look forward to the Newcastle United transfer moves that lie ahead. With now historic Mike Ashley and ambitious new owners aiming for success on the pitch, that equates to bringing in better players. It’s hard to understand the changes at NUFC, especially when you look at the summer transfer window and even free transfers or loan deals aren’t allowed beyond signing Joe Willock. However… I have found this very strange while studying the media these past few days. The Newcastle United transfer report is moving for targets under new owners … Here is a series of titles from… Read More »Newcastle United transfer moves for targets under new owners – Reality check

Chelsea FC – A Week in Review – Manchester City, Juventus & Southampton.

Welcome to the video and review of a week of Chelsea FC, back on our three games this week which, let’s be honest, have had a bit of wakefulness … Welcome to Chelsea FC’s one-week video and review, looking back at our three games this week which, let’s be honest, had a bit of everything. Two very different defeats and a great victory yesterday which takes us to the top of the championship! In the video I am openly talking about the Manchester City game, the Juventus game and the Southampton game yesterday. I’m giving you my take on where… Read More »Chelsea FC – A Week in Review – Manchester City, Juventus & Southampton.

Chelsea FC News – Rudiger Contract – Alonso Wanted – Saul Protected | Chels Daft.

Welcome to the latest Chelsea FC News update here on the channel with updates with the future of Toni Rudiger and Marcos Alonso, and … Welcome to the latest Chelsea FC News update here on the channel featuring updates with the future of Toni Rudiger and Marcos Alonso, and the situation Saul Niguez finds himself in at Chelsea right now. Toni Rudiger’s contract negotiations have stalled at Chelsea, as we know, due to his excessive salary demands. Now, according to an article in the British press, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid are monitoring the situation, both prepared to pay him… Read More »Chelsea FC News – Rudiger Contract – Alonso Wanted – Saul Protected | Chels Daft.

CHELSEA FC NEWS: WHAT DOES THE SAUDI TAKEOVER AT NEWCASTLE MEAN FOR CHELSEA FC?

Chelsea FC News – What does the Saudi takeover of Newcastle mean for Chelsea FC? With all the media frenzy regarding the takeover of Newca … Chelsea FC News – What does the Saudi takeover of Newcastle mean for Chelsea FC? With all the media frenzy regarding the Newcastle takeover and their promise to invest in their squad by recruiting world-class players, I just wanted to put together a video to discuss what it potentially means for Roman Abramovich and Chelsea to go. forward ? In the video there is a message to Chelsea fans not to panic, to look… Read More »CHELSEA FC NEWS: WHAT DOES THE SAUDI TAKEOVER AT NEWCASTLE MEAN FOR CHELSEA FC?

Chelsea join Manchester City in race to sign Victor Osimhen

Chelsea have reportedly joined the list of clubs wishing to sign Napoli striker Victor Osimhen. The 22-year-old has had an excellent start to the 2021-22 season, finding the back of the net six times in all competitions, in addition to contributing 1 assist. The Nigeria international is under contract with the Serie A squad until the summer of 2025, and his performances have naturally attracted interest from other top European clubs. Manchester City have been tipped to move for the ex-Lille, and journalist Ciro Venerato claims Chelsea have joined the race, telling Rai 2: “Osimhen is already worth the triple,… Read More »Chelsea join Manchester City in race to sign Victor Osimhen

Manchester City lead race to sign Benfica’s Darwin Nunez

Premier League champions Manchester City have reportedly taken the lead to sign Benfica striker Darwin Nunez. The 22-year-old was impressive for Jorge Jesus’ side at the start of the campaign and scored twice against Barcelona in the Champions League last week. The Uruguay international was previously linked with moves to a number of top European clubs before joining Benfica last summer. Manchester City are leading the way in the hunt for Nunez’s signing, according to the Daily Star, despite interest from Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester United and Bayern Munich. The report goes on to say that City’s previous relationship with the… Read More »Manchester City lead race to sign Benfica’s Darwin Nunez

Barcelona join Real Madrid in race to sign Edinson Cavani?

Real Madrid and Barcelona will face each other for the signing of Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani next summer. The Uruguayan international is under contract with the Red Devils until 2022 but is expected to leave the club at the end of the current campaign. He has already been linked with a move to Boca Juniors but Real Madrid believe the 34-year-old still has a lot to offer European football. Los Blancos could face fierce competition for Cavani’s signing as El Nacional claim La Liga rivals Barcelona are keen to secure a deal for the forward as well. The report… Read More »Barcelona join Real Madrid in race to sign Edinson Cavani?

Juventus considering move for Bernardo Silva?

Juventus have reportedly “explored” the possibility of loaning Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva. City boss Pep Guardiola revealed over the summer that Silva had informed the club of his desire to leave, and the Spain tactician suggested last month that his future remained uncertain. It is understood that the 27-year-old remains keen to leave the Premier League champions next year in order to return to mainland Europe. According to Calciomecato, the Bianconeri are looking for a creative midfielder and have identified the Portugal international as a potential loan target in the January transfer window. However, the report adds that the… Read More »Juventus considering move for Bernardo Silva?

Arteta to make major change for next Arsenal game

Privacy notice The privacy of our subscribers (“you”) is important to us. This privacy notice explains how and why your personal data is collected, used, viewed or otherwise processed when you decide to subscribe to the bonusninjas & OfferStation newsletter. This privacy notice applies to the processing of your personal data on this website, and not to the processing of data that may arise on other services or websites. The owner of this website and the controller of the processed data is (“we”, “our”, “our”): Best collective A / S,Tolbodgade 12,1253 Copenhagen K (Hovedstaden)Denmark (DK)CVR. 27652913 Data we process When… Read More »Arteta to make major change for next Arsenal game

Arsenal boss Arteta reveals ‘door always open’ for ex-star to return

Arsenal have opened the door for a sensational and heartwarming return to former star midfielder Jack Wilshire, albeit just to train with the first team for fitness. Talk to the press via the metro, Mikel Arteta revealed that the 29-year-old free agent is always welcome and that there are plenty of ‘love‘from the club to the English international; ‘Someone I know, who I have shared changing rooms with and who is loved so much by everyone here. Our doors are always open. ‘ Jack Wilshire is currently training for fitness in Italy with the Como club, ensuring he stays on… Read More »Arsenal boss Arteta reveals ‘door always open’ for ex-star to return

Arsene Wener to return to dugout since leaving Arsenal in 2018

Legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has announced his return to the coaching dugout for the new year, having left the Gunners in the summer of 2018 after 22 years at the helm of the team. However, Wenger’s return to the sidelines won’t be long, in fact it will be just for a once-in-a-lifetime and glorified Riyadh Season Cup friendly in Saudi Arabia against Paris St-Germain in January 2022 – according to one. report in the mirror. The 71-year-old will take on Neymar, Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe in this unique comeback, for a combined super squad of players from Al-Hilal… Read More »Arsene Wener to return to dugout since leaving Arsenal in 2018

How do Manchester United solve a problem like Paul Pogba? – JF Analytics Video Data Report

In the new episode of JF Analytics, our video data research blog brought to you by Just soccer, we look Paul pogba. The Manchester United the star made an indifferent start to 2020/21 and lost his place in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s roster. Why is it? And how is it that he still enters the France team? In this last episode on our Just Football YouTube Channel We’ve put together a detailed player analysis looking at every aspect of their game, what’s wrong, what they need to do to get back to their best and what Manchester United need to do… Read More »How do Manchester United solve a problem like Paul Pogba? – JF Analytics Video Data Report

May the force be with you…

Mike Ashley – The Tyneside Darth Vader For a whole generation that grew up in the ’70s and’ 80s, he was the greatest villain in history. The Dark Side poster, attacking Obi-Wan with a lightsaber, freezing Han Solo in carbonite and severing Luke Skywalker’s hand. For most of my childhood, I wanted to see Darth Vader taken down, getting his reward, preferably with a lit lightsaber inserted into each hole. But then, in his final act, he got some sort of redemption, refusing to kill Luke on the Emperor’s orders and throwing the old gray, wrinkled turf into the reactor… Read More »May the force be with you…

Official training update – 5 Newcastle United players now set to return for Tottenham game

Yesterday (Monday 11 October) the club released a training update for Newcastle United players. The images released, showing Newcastle United players training ahead of Sunday’s game against Tottenham. It was a good look at reality, as the photoshoot was really all about showing Amanda Staveley and Mehrdad Ghodoussi going out to meet the players and coaching staff, as well as watching a bit of the roster. Nonetheless, I think it helped give us quite a bit of additional information, in terms of who is likely to be fit and available for Sunday’s massive game. Among the text accompanying Monday’s photo… Read More »Official training update – 5 Newcastle United players now set to return for Tottenham game

Mirandinha elated after takeover – Cult hero declares ‘Now Newcastle United will fight for titles’

Mirandinha arrived at St James Park in 1987. The very first Brazilian to play in the English top flight, it was an adventure with him for sure. The 28-year-old striker was literally shooting from anywhere and clearly frustrated his teammates frequently. Bought for £ 575,000 to replace Peter Beardsley who joined Liverpool for £ 1.9million, Mirandinha was certainly more of a big goalscorer than a great goalscorer, he was also a great artist. Gazza took him under his wing and was known to have taught the unsuspecting Mirandinha heaps of curse words, which he ended up repeating at inappropriate times.… Read More »Mirandinha elated after takeover – Cult hero declares ‘Now Newcastle United will fight for titles’

Arsene Wenger ideal short-term answer for Newcastle United

It’s pretty clear that things happened quickly last week, after an almost two-year saga the takeover of Newcastle United was suddenly made possible and thankfully concluded. Mike Ashley is finally gone after fourteen years and five months of being Newcastle fans for the vast majority of that time. All credit goes to the Takeover Consortium for seizing the opportunity to push through the deal when it arose, however, taking charge in such a whirlwind clearly presented a number of immediate challenges. A desperate start to the season with eight games and no wins has been a disaster, so it’s not… Read More »Arsene Wenger ideal short-term answer for Newcastle United

RAMSDALE PUSHES FOR SECOND #1 SPOT – Le Grove – The Arsenal Opinion Blog

Well, hello. I don’t know why I opened like that, it just felt right. You know what else feels good… for the agenda? Mikel Arteta – Manager of the month. You can’t hit him. He started with three losses on the rebound which was not a good record, then he responded with 3 wins on the rebound. The first team to do this since WIMBLEDON. Arteta is also the first Arsenal manager to win the award in 6 years. How crazy is that? Don Unai failed to do so during this magical invincibility streak? 10 out of 12 points was… Read More »RAMSDALE PUSHES FOR SECOND #1 SPOT – Le Grove – The Arsenal Opinion Blog

“Why can’t Gio do that for Spurs” Questions asked after Spurs duo performance for Argentina

Tottenham fans want more from Giovani Lo Celso and Cristian Romero after putting in another great performance for the Argentina national team. The duo have not been in their best form for Tottenham and that has helped explain why the club are not doing as well as their fans want them to be. Both players were part of Argentina’s 3-0 win over Uruguay in their recent World Cup qualifier. Lo Celso had two assists in the game as he scored goals for Lionel Messi and Lautaro Martinez. Both players played the entire 90 minutes with Romero helping his national team… Read More »“Why can’t Gio do that for Spurs” Questions asked after Spurs duo performance for Argentina

Paratici’s comments about Kane will encourage Tottenham’s players reckons pundit

Tottenham players will be happy after Fabio Paratici appeared recently to defend the club’s relationship with Harry Kane. That’s the opinion of former Leeds United man Noel Whelan. Tottenham director of football revealed, as reported by Fabrice Romano on Twitter, which Kane loves the club after trying to leave during the last transfer window. The England captain appeared to have his head turned by an offer from Manchester City. However, Spurs refused to sell and Paratici confirms the forward is happy to stay at the club and help their rebuilding. Whelan believes it was a positive message that would have… Read More »Paratici’s comments about Kane will encourage Tottenham’s players reckons pundit

BAD DAY RULE – Le Grove – The Arsenal Opinion Blog

It’s World Mental Health Day. A moment to talk about one of the most important things about self-care: what’s going on in your head. A time to talk to an audience that is most likely to be affected by it and not say anything (you, my friend). Men are pretty bad at it. It is mostly men who read this blog. So let’s talk about it. It’s ok not to be ok it sounds cliché, but it’s true. Mental health, no matter how many “feel good days” brutal office cultures provide, is not being met at the level it should… Read More »BAD DAY RULE – Le Grove – The Arsenal Opinion Blog

Manchester City interested in signing 29-year-old Barcelona ace

Marc-André ter Stegen was considered one of the few untouchable players at Barcelona a few seasons ago. He, along with Lionel Messi, were arguably the best performers during Ernesto Valverde’s reign, but that story has since changed. The German stopped by the shot has lost his form massively and was one of the worst starting goalkeepers in La Liga last season. Despite this, El Nacional has signaled Manchester City’s interest in him if Barcelona put him on the market. The report says City are only interested in ter Stegen if Barca end up listing him as transferable and will not… Read More »Manchester City interested in signing 29-year-old Barcelona ace

Manchester United boosted by Barca’s exit in Erling Haaland race

Manchester United’s pursuit of Borussia Dortmund scorer sensation Erling Haaland has been bolstered by news that Barcelona have left the race for his signing. Haaland’s incredible record of 52 foals in his 49 games just shows the level of talent that is currently brewing in his football boots. He guarantees goals and whoever signs him will be gone for a hell of a round. The Norwegian is already Europe’s most wanted and a number of top clubs are expected to fight for his signing this summer. However, as TalkSPORT reported, Barcelona’s well-documented financial woes have put a damper on their… Read More »Manchester United boosted by Barca’s exit in Erling Haaland race

Edu tipped to complete 2-year transfer for Arsenal in 2022

Arsenal boss and transfer leader Edu aims to secure what will be a two-year pursuit for a midfielder in 2022. According to a report via Football.London, the impressive Lyon star Houssem Aouar will be the first target next year, while the Frenchman’s contract will have less than 12 months to run. In 2020, Arsenal would have been listed at over £ 50million, but with financial constraints in Ligue 1 and Aouar’s contract in his final year, the Gunners will be confident to strike a deal at a reduced price. The caveat for Arsenal will be that they will almost certainly… Read More »Edu tipped to complete 2-year transfer for Arsenal in 2022

Arsenal transfer blow as Inter Milan set to turn down January bid

It was starting to sound like the perfect solution. Inter Milan were showing serious interest in signing goalkeeper Bernd Leno from Arsenal in the January transfer window, but it now looks like an increasingly unlikely deal. As reported via Football.London, Inter were considering making a deal for the German around £ 22.5million – as a long-term replacement for current number one Samir Handanovic. Instead, Inter are now reviewing Ajax’s significantly cheaper Andre Onana alternative, which could be available for as little as £ 7million due to a long-term playing ban – he is able to resume play from January due… Read More »Arsenal transfer blow as Inter Milan set to turn down January bid

Predicted Arsenal line up vs Tottenham – Arteta to make big midfield call

Manager Mikel Arteta will be able to choose from a fit squad for the North London derby between Arsenal and Tottenham on Sunday – with the pendulum seemingly in favor of the Gunners based on current form. —–Team News – Match Reports – Player RatingsMeet: Arsenal v Tottenham (Premier League)Place: Emirates Stadium, LondonTo start up (England time): 16:30 9/26/2021—– One of the main talking points ahead of Arsenal’s roster against Tottenham confirmed is whether or not Arteta stays with England goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale between the sticks, ahead of seasoned stopper Bernd Leno. If so, in such a game we can… Read More »Predicted Arsenal line up vs Tottenham – Arteta to make big midfield call

Arsenal issue ‘significant injury’ statement on Granit Xhaka

After many bright spots for Arsenal, following a 3-1 win over north London rivals Tottenham, the club face news that Granit Xhaka has suffered an injury that will likely keep him out for three months. Xhaka was a surprise name in the starting XI last Sunday, but excelled and was the key to a Spurs demolition first half. However, Arsenal has issued a statement stating that the Swiss midfielder “suffered a major injury to the medial ligament of the knee”. The only positive point here is that Xhaka will not require surgery and “the rehabilitation program will begin immediately”. Mikel… Read More »Arsenal issue ‘significant injury’ statement on Granit Xhaka

Former star wants shock return but Arsenal likely to say ‘no’

One of the more unlikely Arsenal transfer rumors of late is that former star artist Alexis Sanchez is said to be open to a return next January, with Inter Milan likely to sanction his departure. Sanchez left Arsenal for Manchester United in 2018, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan going in the opposite direction – a transfer swap deal that didn’t work for either club. In quotes sent via the Express, from a now-deleted social media post, Sanchez wrote in 2020 that his move to United looked like a mistake from day one and said; “The first training I had allowed me to… Read More »Former star wants shock return but Arsenal likely to say ‘no’

Arsenal want one of these three strikers to replace Lacazette

Arsenal are keen to sign a great striker in 2022, whether in January or next summer and three names have become standout options as the Gunners continue to reshape themselves. Club Brugge’s Noa Lang, Aston Villa’s Ollie Watkins and Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin are all on Mikel Arteta’s transfer watch list, according to the sun, with the probability that Alexandre Lacazette will be sold in the new year. The two Premier League scorers would certainly not be cheap, especially Calvert-Lewin who is under contract until 2025 and with Everton not strapped for cash, this would probably be the most difficult potential… Read More »Arsenal want one of these three strikers to replace Lacazette

Arsenal target ex-midfielder transfer after four years apart

This one came out of nowhere but several reports are circulating suggesting that Arsenal are considering a shock transfer to bring back Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, more than four years have passed since he was sold to Liverpool for £ 35million sterling. Since taking the reins, manager Mikel Arteta has been linked with a slew of midfield names and certainly reshaped him with the additions of Odegaard, Partey and Sambi Lokonga. However, the suggestion that the Spaniard wants to bring a former fan favorite back to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will raise eyebrows. The 28-year-old has a Champions League and Premier League on his… Read More »Arsenal target ex-midfielder transfer after four years apart

How the new Brexit regulations will change player recruitment in British football completely

AAs in almost all industries, Brexit is expected to have a major impact on football in the UK. Drastic changes are coming in the recruitment and eligibility of players, and the new regulations which are due to come into force when the UK finally leaves the European Union at the end of December 2020 has big implications for football clubs, players, presidents and athletic directors from top to bottom. Earth. In this article, let’s take a look at some of the major changes and their impact on the game. What are the new Brexit rules in brief? It’s a bit… Read More »How the new Brexit regulations will change player recruitment in British football completely

Free transfers: 24 out of contract players your club could sign for free this summer

With many clubs still adapting to life in a pandemic, many will be strapped for cash in the upcoming summer transfer window. On top of that, several big-name players are now entering the final six months of their contract and are free to discuss terms with teams abroad. The Premier League is currently full of star-studded players approaching the end of their current deals and clubs have a huge decision on their hands. Do they cash in on their assets in January, swallow their pride and pay the players what they are demanding or risk losing the player for… Read More »Free transfers: 24 out of contract players your club could sign for free this summer

Buy Bruno Fernandes, Sell Mo Salah? – How To Make Money on Football Index

Football Index is a new concept that has revolutionized the sports betting space by introducing a whole new way of playing – giving you the ability to buy footballer shares and profit from your knowledge. Do you think Bruno Fernandes will perform well or that Jadon Sancho will take a big step? Thanks to the Football Index platform, you can now buy or sell shares of footballers depending on how you think they will perform over a period of time and profit from their success. Thousands of new customers join the Football Index platform every year, building a portfolio, buying… Read More »Buy Bruno Fernandes, Sell Mo Salah? – How To Make Money on Football Index

Dash leapfrog Courage; Reign close gap on Thorns to 1 point – Equalizer Soccer

Press photo by Dantey Buitureida / Sports Three matches took place in the National Women’s Football League on Sunday that the moments of solidarity continued players as a result of the ongoing systemic abuses exposed over the past few weeks and months. OL Reign’s 3-2 win over the Chicago Red Stars, combined with Portland Thorns’ scoreless draw against Kansas City, means Reign are 1 point behind rivals in the Pacific Northwest ahead of Wednesday’s derby at Providence Park. Houston Dash’s 4-1 victory over North Carolina Courage took Houston to third place. Here’s what happened on the pitch on Sunday: OL… Read More »Dash leapfrog Courage; Reign close gap on Thorns to 1 point – Equalizer Soccer

MONDAY ROUND-UP – Le Grove – The Arsenal Opinion Blog

Thanks to everyone who left great comments and messages after yesterday’s mental health post. I implemented the Bad Day rule for my team today, hope you did too! On the Arsenal news … We are linked to: Chambo. The player is out in the cold at Liverpool, he hasn’t really typed, he’s 28 and seems to be getting a bit of attention. I can not see him. He does not match the profile we are looking for at Arsenal. It would be expensive. He is not the most robust of players. I’m not sure it fits what we need right… Read More »MONDAY ROUND-UP – Le Grove – The Arsenal Opinion Blog

Chelsea vs Crystal Palace highlights

Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira told Sky Sports: “We had a game we expected, a really tough and tough game. We tried to frustrate them but the free kick we conceded made it back the task even more difficult. We knew what we needed before the game and it shows that we have a lot of work to do. “We defended well sometimes and when we had the ball we lost it right after and it was a frustration. Any team that comes to Stamford Bridge will suffer. For us it is about analyzing the game and try to improve… Read More »Chelsea vs Crystal Palace highlights

Everton vs Southampton highlights

Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl addressing the BBC’s match of the day: “For the opening goal, the way the corner kick happens was almost an own own goal. There’s no need – Alex [McCarthy] can pick up the ball and everything is easy. “Then you can see the mood come and you feel the pressure on you. We calmed down a bit but then conceded a wonderful second goal. “Until half-time it was a very good game for our side. The game was perfect but it was not enough to get something, which is very difficult to take. “I’m happy for… Read More »Everton vs Southampton highlights

Watford vs Aston Villa highlights

Aston Villa boss Dean Smith speaking to BBC Sport: “We were unrecognizable from what I saw in the pre-season first half and what I saw last season. We lacked intensity and we got used to the counter, we were better in the second half but we will always leave ourselves a little open. “We have new players who can play in a number of different positions. We missed Ollie Watkins with an injury. Whether it’s Jack [Grealish] is or not, we can certainly do a lot better than that. We had spells in the second half. “There’s always a bounce… Read More »Watford vs Aston Villa highlights

Manchester United vs Leeds United highlights

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, addressing the BBC’s match of the day: “It sets and sets the mood when you see the fans going to the stadium. You get the butterflies again. Suddenly it does. is a game that matters. We felt an added responsibility because it’s been so long without them. They mean so much to us. Having that fan love is so important. “ About United’s performance: “I couldn’t have asked for more. You’re always a little worried going into the first game – in terms of fitness, have we done enough? A fantastic day.” On his… Read More »Manchester United vs Leeds United highlights

Everton to increase Covid-19 spot-checks

Seasons2021-22Everton News Adult supporters attending this weekend’s game against West Ham at Goodison Park are advised to be prepared to provide either proof of Covid-19 vaccination or a negative lateral flow test. Everton have said that in accordance with their own security protocols and the Premier League’s continued commitment to ensuring that all top-level matches are as safe as possible for all participants, match day spot checks will be increased to the matches to come, starting with the visit of the Hammers. on Sunday. Fans aged 18 or older should only attend the match if they have a valid NHS… Read More »Everton to increase Covid-19 spot-checks

Newcastle targeting one former and one current Tottenham player – report

Dele Alli and Gareth Bale are among Newcastle United’s transfer targets in January, according to reports in Spain. It doesn’t take a lot of investigative journalism to predict that Newcastle – which has ultimately been taken over by a Saudi-backed consortium – is likely to spend big in the January window and next summer. And it looks like a few players with ties to Tottenham could be on the club’s shortlist. Spanish outlet Sport claim Newcastle love Alli, although the report does not go into details of the Spurs midfielder. Alli had played steadily this season before a few disappointing… Read More »Newcastle targeting one former and one current Tottenham player – report

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City highlights

Tottenham boss Nuno Espirito Santo, speaking to MOTD: “Amazing! It was a good day. Hard work for the boys, they worked really hard, the distance they covered, the balance, the fight. “Still a long way to go but most of the things the boys have done well. It’s been good, it’s been hard work. Every time you come, a new dynamic. We know each other better and this is about to create that energy between us to move forward. There is always something new and always something to improve. “ When the fans returned: “It’s amazing. It changes everything. Two… Read More »Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City highlights

Richarlison, Gareth Bale, Kante… Names of the Premier League, week 26 + 27

TGames are arriving en masse and quickly in the premier league at present. Here are the names of the stars of the last two rounds of action … Gareth Bale, Tottenham Hotspur Gareth BaleDaniel Levy’s performance against Burnley last Sunday appeared to be the first time he truly justified Daniel Levy’s decision to sign him on an expensive one-year loan, as the winger scored two and helped one in Spurs’ dominant 4-0 victory over Burnley. 🔎 𝗜𝗡 𝗙𝗢𝗖𝗨𝗦 @ GarethBale11Burnley’s brilliant display against Burnley#THFC ⚪️ #COYS pic.twitter.com/2dT6xnNd80 – Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) March 2, 2021 The Welshman’s man of the match… Read More »Richarlison, Gareth Bale, Kante… Names of the Premier League, week 26 + 27

Phil Foden and the Star Names of the Champions League last 16, week 2

Phil foden While City have achieved seven consecutive clean sheets in the Champions League, Foden put in another typical performance that will surely put his name at the center of Gareth Southgate’s plans for the Euro in June. The midfielder was always available to receive a pass, carried the ball brilliantly, and turned slow defensive possession into fast attacking play several times throughout the game. His assist to Gundogan summed up his evening, as he received the ball on the turn in the middle of the pitch, quickly pushed towards Gladbach’s defense and laid a perfect pass to his midfield… Read More »Phil Foden and the Star Names of the Champions League last 16, week 2

Celtic ‘spent more time laughing than preparing’ as rivals Rangers conquer nine-in-a-row run

VSeltic and Rangers have long dominated Scottish football. For the last thirty-six years in a row, the Scottish Championship title has been shared between them, and that has not changed this season. What changes is the end of the decade of domination. Since the 2011/12 season, Celtic have won all nine league titles, five Scottish Cups and five Scottish League Cups. Celtic’s goal this season was to win their tenth league title in a row. Celtic and Rangers have both won nine straight titles in their respective histories, but neither has won ten. This season has been an opportunity for… Read More »Celtic ‘spent more time laughing than preparing’ as rivals Rangers conquer nine-in-a-row run

Hudson-Odoi, Boadu, Koopmeiners… Scouting the UEFA Under-21 European Championship

In Episode 7 of The Just Football podcast we are joined by british sc sc Heerenven, Alexander Wilkinson, for a deep dive into the UEFA European Under-21 Championship which takes place in Hungary and Slovenia. Alexander joins football consultant and host Jonathan Fadugba to preview the tournament as we discuss Alexander’s recruiting process, how he got into recruiting and his role as UK recruiter in one of the best Eredivisie clubs in the Netherlands. We then select our top 25 young players to watch at the U21 Euros and take a detailed look at three of the tournament’s favorites –… Read More »Hudson-Odoi, Boadu, Koopmeiners… Scouting the UEFA Under-21 European Championship

Leicester City senior scout to leave the Foxes for AS Roma

Leicester City senior recruiter José Fontes will leave Foxes to join AS Roma. Just soccer understands that Fontes will leave the FA Cup winners in July to join the Italian giants after being appointed to the post of chief scout in Rome, where he will work under new manager Jose Mourinho. Fontes joined Leicester in 2016 and has developed a growing reputation in the game. He has been instrumental in identifying many key signings made by Leicester over the past five years, including the signings of James Maddison, Caglar Soyuncu and Ricardo Pereira. He also played a major role in… Read More »Leicester City senior scout to leave the Foxes for AS Roma

Where next for England’s golden boy Harry Kane?

On of the biggest names in English football could be on the move this summer. While Harry kane is currently the town star for his goals which helped the England men’s team advance to the first major tournament final in 55 years, off the pitch the striker is in a potentially decisive moment for his career. In an interview with Gary Neville published ahead of the UEFA European Championships, Kane expressed his desire to win trophies, saying he didn’t want to end his career with “regrets”. The 27-year-old will be one of the most coveted players around, especially after how… Read More »Where next for England’s golden boy Harry Kane?

10 Non-League talents who can make it big in 2021/22

At this point everybody knows the talent to be found in non-league football. Year after year, player after player makes the step up from England’s semi-professional leagues into the pro game, demonstrating not only the sheer strength in depth of English football’s pyramid but also the level of ability to be found across the board in semi-pro football. While Jamie Vardy is the shining light, going from non-league at Stocksbridge Park Steels to winning the Premier League title, FA Cup and playing for England, there are countless examples of players making that jump from non-league to pro.  Nowadays, when… Read More »10 Non-League talents who can make it big in 2021/22

Locatelli: The Answer to Arsenal’s Midfield Conundrum?

Athletic reported that Arsenal have made an official offer for Manuel Locatelli from Sassuolo, with club CEO Giovanni Carnevali confirming the North London club’s interest in his midfielder, as well as the candidacy. The 23-year-old midfielder started his career with AC Milan before being loaned to Sassuolo three seasons ago and has remained with the squad after reaching a permanent deal with his parent club. Locatelli has always been there for his club, missing all but four Serie A games last season, but his form was deemed good enough by Italian gaffer Roberto Mancini to earn a place in the… Read More »Locatelli: The Answer to Arsenal’s Midfield Conundrum?

The Curious Case of William Saliba

William Saliba is a player who was praised by Arsenal fans when he arrived two years ago for £ 27million from Saint Etienne. A relatively unknown entity with a lot of potential to uncover, fans figured out he was unlikely to compete with the team’s more seasoned defenders, so a loan to his former club, Saint-Etienne, made sense. . at the time, and he was a regular feature for the team, had injury issues and the COVID-19 pandemic complicating the terms of his loan, particularly with the Drama around the Coupe de France final at the end of this campaign.… Read More »The Curious Case of William Saliba

Guendouzi to Marseille – Well, That Was Expected

The latest transfer rumor surrounding the club is the Matteo Guendouzi’s imminent departure from Olympique Marseille for a meager £ 10m. For a player who had the huge potential around his shaggy hair, losing him for £ 10million is downright shameful for the folks at the Arsenal negotiating table, but that’s not news as Arsenal have a bad story when it comes to player sales. However, it must be taken into account that Guendouzi is not a player who would command gigantic fees, as his performances have shown at Arsenal and, more recently, at Hertha Berlin. Guendouzi, on the other… Read More »Guendouzi to Marseille – Well, That Was Expected

Marcus Rashford provides fresh update on his recovery post shoulder surgery

Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has said he is in much better physical and mental condition as he continues to recover from shoulder surgery. The forward suffered the problem in September last year, but he persisted in playing with concern until August when it was confirmed that he had undergone surgery. Rashford recently scored a brace against Blackburn Rovers in a closed-door friendly, and is expected to make his comeback after the international break. Speaking to BBC Sport earlier today, Rashford said he was recovering from the operation but admitted he was completely pain free after playing with a shoulder… Read More »Marcus Rashford provides fresh update on his recovery post shoulder surgery

Newcastle United vs West Ham United highlights

Newcastle’s Matt Ritchie addressing Sky Sports: “I thought we started well. We were in control and then we brought in the second half ourselves. We worked on the closing and handling of the game and we didn’t do it today It’s our own fact that we’ve lost that control and I hope we can learn quickly because we can’t do it every week. “There were definitely some bright spots. It was great to see the fans come back and in the first half there was some good play. We could have maybe scored one or two more, but there was… Read More »Newcastle United vs West Ham United highlights

Can Russell Wilson come back from his finger injury and run the table?

Author: Jon Kuzma It’s a finger injury. Not a knee. Not an Achilles. At a minimum, Russell Wilson returns with ten games to play. And now is plenty of time to get warm and run the table. Yes, NFC West is tough this year. But that’s what Russell Wilson does. It does the job. That’s why this team will make the playoffs this year. That’s why this team is a lock to go to the playoffs pretty much every year. Ten games are more than enough for Wilson to right the ship. And that’s taking a worst-case approach. Wilson could… Read More »Can Russell Wilson come back from his finger injury and run the table?

Was the Rams latest win proof that they have multiple ways to beat you?

Author: Jon Kuzma Up to this point. Most of the Rams’ offense had come from Cooper Kupp. Much of this team’s passing attack went through him. But the Rams’ victory over the Seahawks was a little different. Robert Woods had his best game this year. It was nice to see him take the plunge. Because he brings a little speed to this offense. So if Kupp is a double team. It’s good to know that Woods is still good enough to beat teams. Then some of the other players got involved. DeSean Jackson has started to get in on the… Read More »Was the Rams latest win proof that they have multiple ways to beat you?

Do the Cowboys look like Super Bowl contenders after clinching their fourth win?

Author: Jon Kuzma The Cowboys came out and established their running game against the Giants. Ezekiel Elliott kept this team in the game. Until Dak Prescott and his passing attack take off. And those two ended up being the best players in the game. Prescott and Elliott were meant to carry the Cowboys torch into the future. And now they are fulfilling their end of the bargain. Let’s face it, 4-1 is about as good as it is in the NFL. So you’ve got to give Prescott and Elliott a ton of credit for what this team has become. The… Read More »Do the Cowboys look like Super Bowl contenders after clinching their fourth win?

Are the Packers finding their stride after their fourth straight win?

Author: Jon Kuzma I don’t even know what to say about the end of the Packers and Bengals game. It was one of the craziest endings we’ve ever seen. And both teams continued to miss field goals. But give the Packers credit for winning their fourth straight game. They went on the road and beat a Bengals team that is much better than in the past. The reason the Packers were able to do it. This is because Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams are starting to evolve. These two have always been on the same page. But because they’ve been… Read More »Are the Packers finding their stride after their fourth straight win?

New favourite emerges for Newcastle United job after odds change overnight

Lucien Favre has taken the lead to become Newcastle’s next manager, according to the latest odds on Sky Bet. The Swiss boss, who last managed Borussia Dortmund, is priced at 11/4, with a decision expected to be made on Steve Bruce’s future this week. Favre, 63, also enjoyed stints at OGC Nice – where he signed Monaco’s Allan Saint-Maximin in a £ 9million deal – with Bundesliga sides Borussia Mönchengladbach and Hertha Berlin. Most sources suggest Bruce under fire will be sacked by Amanda Staveley, meaning Graeme Jones will be our interim manager for Sunday’s clash with Spurs at St… Read More »New favourite emerges for Newcastle United job after odds change overnight

Steve Bruce escapes sack (for now) after first meeting with Amanda Staveley – Sky Sports

It doesn’t look like Steve Bruce is going to be sacked today. Sky Sports have revealed that Amanda Staveley has now left the training ground after a 90-minute visit, which saw her hold face-to-face meetings with Steve Bruce and the players for the first time since the takeover backed by Saudi Arabia last Thursday. . North East reporter Keith Downie said the meeting was over, suggesting, along with The Chronicle’s Mark Douglas, that no announcement on Steve Bruce’s future is expected today. You have to wonder why the consortium is delaying the inevitable here, with just about every reporter across… Read More »Steve Bruce escapes sack (for now) after first meeting with Amanda Staveley – Sky Sports

” A pretty poor Tottenham defence” Former journeyman forward reckons Spurs will struggle against Newcastle

Frank McAvennie has pushed Tottenham’s defense to tackle Newcastle United if he lines up with Callum Wilson in the lead in his attack. The forward has missed his last four games with injury, but he is expected to be back for the game against the Lilywhites. The England international has scored two league goals for them this season and he is arguably their best striker at the moment. His return to the pitch will be a major boost for the Geordies who also sold their stadium for the game. This is their first game since Mike Ashley sold the club… Read More »” A pretty poor Tottenham defence” Former journeyman forward reckons Spurs will struggle against Newcastle

How Spain and France could line up in Nations League final

Spain face France in the UEFA Nations League final on Sunday, with Luis Enrique and Didier Deschamps missing key players. La Roja reached the final after a 2-1 loss to Italy during the week, while the Blues made a sensational comeback to emerge victorious 3-2 against Belgium despite a 2-0 loss. READ MORE: Who is Gavi? Enrique is unlikely to make many changes, if any, to the starting XI that impressed against Italy. Unai Simon will continue in the goal behind the four defenders Cesar Azpilicueta, Pau Torres, Aymeric Laporte and Marcos Alonso, although Sergio Reguilon is another option at… Read More »How Spain and France could line up in Nations League final

West Ham delivers City’s third loss of the season – Equalizer Soccer

Natalie Mincher / Sports Press Photo Arsenal and Tottenham continued their winning streak last weekend in the FA Women’s Super League, while Manchester City’s dismal start continued with a shock loss to West Ham. The great result West Ham United 2, Manchester City 0 City manager Gareth Taylor is in the hot seat as his side suffered their third loss in four games on Sunday. After a dominant half hour of opening for City – including a non-appeal on a nudge to City’s Jess Park in the penalty area – it was West Ham who struck first against the run… Read More »West Ham delivers City’s third loss of the season – Equalizer Soccer

The NWSL will never, and should never, be the same – Equalizer Soccer

Press photo by Dantey Buitureida / Sports Where do we go from here? Anyone with an interest in football has been facing this question since Thursday, September 30, 2021 – the day everything changed. The National Women’s Football League has the most to answer about its future and its inability to protect players, and the extent of the league’s institutional failure unveiled last week, and in recent months, is such that US Soccer and FIFA have said that they each launched investigations. These will not be enough. Paul Riley was fired by North Carolina Courage hours later Athleticism report detailing… Read More »The NWSL will never, and should never, be the same – Equalizer Soccer

Protect NWSL Players – Equalizer Soccer

Photo credit: Dantey Buitureida / Sports Press Photo Claire Watkins and Pardeep Cattry discuss the fallout from The Athletic’s report on allegations against former North Carolina Courage coach Paul Riley and Lisa Baird, as well as other coaches dismissed this year. What does accountability look like and where does the NWSL go from here? Listen to this pod on: Apple | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stapler | Anchor | PodBean | Pocket casts | Circuit breaker | Covered | RadioPublic LISTEN NOW: Equalizer has a second vertical podcast called “Kickin ‘Back”. Jeff Kassouf hosts this interview-based podcast series that… Read More »Protect NWSL Players – Equalizer Soccer

NWSL will be defined by how it does or does not change – Equalizer Soccer

Photo copyright Lewis Gettier for The Equalizer Almost a decade ago, as I sat in the lobby of a Kansas City hotel, a member of the Philadelphia homeowner group passed by and passed a comment on to a colleague, whose text and your sound seemed somewhere between slightly scary and downright inappropriate. The remark had an impact, but I didn’t spend much time thinking about it until it came back to me last week when someone asked how Paul Riley’s bosses at Philadelphia Independence and New York Fury could have been so blind to the alleged, heinous behavior recently described… Read More »NWSL will be defined by how it does or does not change – Equalizer Soccer

NWSLPA makes new demands; Thorns place Wilkinson on administrative leave – Equalizer Soccer

Play was voluntarily suspended six minutes after each National Women’s Football League Wednesday in an act of solidarity between the players following allegations of abuse that rocked the league last week. The hour, according to the NWSL Players Association, was meant to signify the six years since Meleana “Mana” Shim and Sinead Farrelly raised concerns with the Portland Thorns over Paul Riley. Less than two hours after the PA issued the demands, the Portland Thorns placed chief executive Gavin Wilkinson on administrative leave. Riley was fired by North Carolina Courage on Thursday following Shim and Farrelly’s detailed allegations of sexual… Read More »NWSLPA makes new demands; Thorns place Wilkinson on administrative leave – Equalizer Soccer

Mid-week matches resume as players stand in solidarity – Equalizer Soccer

Photo copyright Lewis Gettier for The Equalizer. After the postponement of the matches last weekend, the National Women’s Football League came back on Wednesday. In all three matches, the players stopped play in the sixth minute and gathered in the middle of the pitch. Following Athleticism Detailed investigative report released Thursday into Paul Riley’s alleged sexual coercion of former players, current players tied their arms in solidarity and to represent the six years it took for Meleana’s votes to ” Mana “Shim and Sinead Farrelly be heard. Portland Thorns 2, Houston Dash 3 Houston had three huge points against the… Read More »Mid-week matches resume as players stand in solidarity – Equalizer Soccer

Sadness, joy, and the overwhelming return for NWSL players – Equalizer Soccer

Photo copyright Lewis Gettier for The Equalizer CHESTER, Pa .– Crossing the Commodore Barry Bridge around 5:30 p.m., a few rays of sunlight made their way through the clouds that had dominated the day. The light hit the part of Subaru Park, the football stadium just below the bridge, and the river below. It shone on the factories and the pollution that was coming out of their smokestacks just to the south as well. It was a brief moment of beauty in the sky that also brought to light the mess below. Among the seemingly endless clouds there was a… Read More »Sadness, joy, and the overwhelming return for NWSL players – Equalizer Soccer

Pumas stuns Chivas, distancing them from Tigres – Equalizer Soccer

Photo: Pumas UNAM Liga MX Women had a team that retains the top spot on the table since the start of the season. Call them Bayern Munich of Mexico or the Seattle Sounders of Mexico. Whatever you want to call them – and you can reasonably and rightly call them the best team in Mexico – Tigres always clings to the top spot in La Liga MX Femenil. Now the distance between the Tigers and everyone else has widened after Chivas lost to the Pumas. Here’s what happened last weekend in Mexico. Pumas 1, Chivas 0 Chivas was stunned by… Read More »Pumas stuns Chivas, distancing them from Tigres – Equalizer Soccer

Gotham hang on in Orlando; Spirit roll past Louisville – Equalizer Soccer

Photo copyright Rachael Kriger for The Equalizer Saturday brought two matches in the National Women’s Football League, each with significant playoff implications. Washington Spirit and NJ / NY Gotham FC wins have helped each team’s playoff cases. The matches were played against the backdrop of players fighting for protection in their own league, the topic that once again dominated post-match press conferences. Mana Shim, one of the alleged victims who spoke out against former North Carolina Courage head coach Paul Riley, was in Orlando and joined the players on the field in an act of solidarity to stop play six… Read More »Gotham hang on in Orlando; Spirit roll past Louisville – Equalizer Soccer

Dramatic Manchester derby ends in draw – Equalizer Soccer

Photo by Natalie Mincher / Sports Press Photo. Arsenal bounced back from a midweek Champions League loss on Sunday to stay perfect in the FA Women’s Super League, while late chaos ensured the first Manchester derby of the season was unforgettable! The great result Manchester United 2, Manchester City 2 Saturday’s Manchester derby was a delight, with dramatic and header changes throughout. Still in the midst of an injury crisis, City manager Gareth Taylor chose to play midfielders Jill Scott at center-back and Georgia Stanway at right-back. City started strong and had the best luck early on thanks to a… Read More »Dramatic Manchester derby ends in draw – Equalizer Soccer

I can’t put the feeling in to words

Scott McTominay scored his first goal for Scotland this weekend to allow his country to score three important points in added time against Israel. Scotland are currently second in the group, behind Denmark, with McTominay calling the goal one of the most important of his career to date. He clearly scored better goals, but he will long remember this one, dedicating it to his father’s Scottish parents. It’s probably not the best goal I’ll score, but in terms of significance, as you can see from what it means for all the Scottish fans here, it’s amazing. I find it hard… Read More »I can’t put the feeling in to words

Will the Chiefs show the world they’re still better than the Bills?

Author: Jon Kuzma Chefs and invoices are no strangers to each other. They met in the AFC Championship game last year. And it was the Chiefs who won and went to the Super Bowl. So you know there is a lot to play in this game. The Chiefs need to keep their edge on the Bills. Because right now these two teams are fighting for the top. If Kansas City wins. This could be the fuel they need to continue and end the season strong. Watch every year is a new chapter. And even a team that has been to… Read More »Will the Chiefs show the world they’re still better than the Bills?

Academy Scout – Soccer HUB

There has never been a more exciting time to work at Wolves. The Club is developing practices, strategies and teams to succeed at the highest level. The Scout Academy will mainly focus on players aged 12-19 covering matches, fixtures and tournaments on a regional and national basis. You will be responsible for identifying and recruiting players who meet the standards required to advance in the development program of Wolverhampton Wanderers FC Academy. You will be expected to perform your duties in accordance with the Recruiter’s Code of Conduct and Premier League / Football Association Rules and Regulations. For more details… Read More »Academy Scout – Soccer HUB

“Daniel Levy is Daniel Levy though” Pundit cannot see Nuno Santo surviving at Tottenham

Kevin Campbell believes Nuno Espirito Santo is going to be sacked by Tottenham at the end of this season as he won’t put them in the top six. Athletic revealed earlier in the month that Tottenham have a clause in their current contract that would see them sack at the end of this season without compensation if they finish outside the top six. With that in mind, Campbell believes the former Wolves boss is playing a losing game and they will kick him out of the club at the end of this campaign as his side will not qualify for… Read More »“Daniel Levy is Daniel Levy though” Pundit cannot see Nuno Santo surviving at Tottenham

“Return to Spurs at his best” Tottenham man tipped to return to form after international break

Paul Robinson has advised Harry Kane to return to top form for Tottenham after the international break. Despite winning the Premier League Golden Boot last season, Kane has yet to open his scoring account in the competition this season. He had wanted to leave the club this summer but failed in his attempts to leave north London. Robinson says his inability to relocate affected him, especially since it is constantly discussed on the internet and in the media. However, the former Tottenham number one believes the noise about his future is fading and it could help him get back into… Read More »“Return to Spurs at his best” Tottenham man tipped to return to form after international break

Saudis Are Shady? Try Looking Closer To Home…

Spur of Marbella knock again I think Levy leading the protest against Saudi takeover of Newcastle is breathtaking in his hypocrisy. If anyone can be disturbed, they should do their own research on Lewis’s connections in Patagonia. There is one particularly revealing written by Mint Press. To sum up a long and detailed report on its investment, the treatment of local natives with regard to their water rights is insightful reading. Many clubs are owned by disreputable people, but I don’t think ENIC is a beacon of moral rectitude. There’s also the fact that if Newcastle are only worth £… Read More »Saudis Are Shady? Try Looking Closer To Home…