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Feb 8, 2018; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson holds the Lombardi trophy during Super Bowl LII champions parade. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
NFL: Super Bowl LII Champions-Philadelphia Eagles Celebration
Feb 8, 2018; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson holds the Lombardi trophy during Super Bowl LII champions parade. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Feb 8, 2018; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson holds the Lombardi trophy during Super Bowl LII champions parade. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
NFL: Super Bowl LII Champions-Philadelphia Eagles Celebration
Feb 8, 2018; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson holds the Lombardi trophy during Super Bowl LII champions parade. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
The PGA TOUR is at the historical Colonial Country Club for the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational, where 9 past champions mix it up in a formidable field.
Fort Worth Invitational preview
The PGA TOUR is at the historical Colonial Country Club for the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational, where 9 past champions mix it up in a formidable field.
The PGA TOUR is at the historical Colonial Country Club for the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational, where 9 past champions mix it up in a formidable field.
Fort Worth Invitational preview
The PGA TOUR is at the historical Colonial Country Club for the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational, where 9 past champions mix it up in a formidable field.
The PGA TOUR is at the historical Colonial Country Club for the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational, where 9 past champions mix it up in a formidable field.
Fort Worth Invitational preview
The PGA TOUR is at the historical Colonial Country Club for the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational, where 9 past champions mix it up in a formidable field.
The PGA TOUR is at the historical Colonial Country Club for the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational, where 9 past champions mix it up in a formidable field.
Fort Worth Invitational preview
The PGA TOUR is at the historical Colonial Country Club for the 2018 Fort Worth Invitational, where 9 past champions mix it up in a formidable field.
Pertandingan final Liga Champions 2017-2018 menjadi edisi ketujuh buat Jurgen Klopp menghadapi Real Madrid dengan rincian meraih tiga kemenangan, sekali imbang, dan dua kali kalah melawan Los Blancos.
Jurgen Klopp Punya Catatan Apik Lawan Real Madrid
Pertandingan final Liga Champions 2017-2018 menjadi edisi ketujuh buat Jurgen Klopp menghadapi Real Madrid dengan rincian meraih tiga kemenangan, sekali imbang, dan dua kali kalah melawan Los Blancos.
Cristiano Ronaldo lebih memilih menghadapi Manchester United daripada Liverpool pada laga final Liga Champions.
Ronaldo Lebih Senang Real Madrid Bertemu Man United di Final Liga Champions
Cristiano Ronaldo lebih memilih menghadapi Manchester United daripada Liverpool pada laga final Liga Champions.
Cristiano Ronaldo ingin membawa Real Madrid meraih trofi Liga Champions tiga kali secara beruntun.
Cristiano Ronaldo Tak Sabar Ukir Sejarah di Liga Champions
Cristiano Ronaldo ingin membawa Real Madrid meraih trofi Liga Champions tiga kali secara beruntun.
Bagaimana pandangan final Liga Champions bagi Xabi Alonso?
Final Liga Champions di Mata Xabi Alonso
Bagaimana pandangan final Liga Champions bagi Xabi Alonso?
Pelatih Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane, menganggap Liverpool sebagai lawan tersulit di final Liga Champions.
Zidane: Liverpool adalah Lawan Tersulit di Final Liga Champions
Pelatih Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane, menganggap Liverpool sebagai lawan tersulit di final Liga Champions.
Soccer Football - Champions League Semi Final Second Leg - AS Roma v Liverpool - Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy - May 2, 2018 Roma's Edin Dzeko in action with Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk Action Images via Reuters/John Sibley TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Champions League Semi Final Second Leg - AS Roma v Liverpool
Soccer Football - Champions League Semi Final Second Leg - AS Roma v Liverpool - Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy - May 2, 2018 Roma's Edin Dzeko in action with Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk Action Images via Reuters/John Sibley TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
Emma Gonzalez Among The Advocate’s Champions of Pride Honorees
Emma Gonzalez Among The Advocate’s Champions of Pride Honorees
Emma Gonzalez Among The Advocate’s Champions of Pride Honorees
Cristiano Ronaldo will zum fünften Mal die Champions League gewinnen
Cristiano Ronaldo will zum fünften Mal die Champions League gewinnen
Cristiano Ronaldo will zum fünften Mal die Champions League gewinnen
Real kann im Champions-League-Finale gegen Liverpool den Henkelpott erneut verteidigen. Cristiano Ronaldo ist mit dem Gegner nicht ganz zufrieden.
Madrid-Star Cristiano Ronaldo vor CL-Finale: "Hätte lieber gegen Manchester United gespielt"
Real kann im Champions-League-Finale gegen Liverpool den Henkelpott erneut verteidigen. Cristiano Ronaldo ist mit dem Gegner nicht ganz zufrieden.
Real kann im Champions-League-Finale gegen Liverpool den Henkelpott erneut verteidigen. Cristiano Ronaldo ist mit dem Gegner nicht ganz zufrieden.
Madrid-Star Cristiano Ronaldo vor CL-Finale: "Hätte lieber gegen Manchester United gespielt"
Real kann im Champions-League-Finale gegen Liverpool den Henkelpott erneut verteidigen. Cristiano Ronaldo ist mit dem Gegner nicht ganz zufrieden.
Coach Salisu Yusuf’s side put up a superb display in Tuesday’s friendly but were unable to stop the Europa League champions in Uyo
‘The future looks bright’ – Accolades pour in for Super Eagles after gallant display vs. Atletico Madrid
Coach Salisu Yusuf’s side put up a superb display in Tuesday’s friendly but were unable to stop the Europa League champions in Uyo
Cristiano Ronaldo parla a pochi giorni dalla finale di Champions League: “Possiamo fare qualcosa di storico, sono molto fiducioso”.
Cristiano Ronaldo avverte il Liverpool: "Il Real è più forte"
Cristiano Ronaldo parla a pochi giorni dalla finale di Champions League: “Possiamo fare qualcosa di storico, sono molto fiducioso”.
Antonio Conte will consider taking a break if he is sacked as Chelsea head coach, which would be a blow to the club’s hopes of avoiding an expensive compensation package. Conte has been left in the dark over his future since leading Chelsea to FA Cup success last Saturday, with a game of brinkmanship threatening to be played out. The Italian has made it clear he will not walk away from the final year of his contract, meaning Chelsea must sack him and risk paying a compensation bill of up to £9million to replace him. One simple solution to the impasse would be for Conte to walk straight into another job, but the potential options for him are running out. Roberto Mancini has taken over the Italian national team, Thomas Tuchel was appointed by Paris Saint-Germain and Max Allegri looks set to stay at Juventus. Inter Milan are preparing to keep Luciano Spalletti after qualifying for the Champions League and Carlo Ancelotti is being touted as a possible replacement for Maurizio Sarri if the 59-year-old leaves Napoli. FA Cup final reaction and analysis | How Chelsea held their nerve against United Conte is believed to be willing to wait for one of Europe’s top jobs if he is forced to leave Stamford Bridge, which could be costly for Chelsea. The Blues would have to continue to pay Conte for the remaining 12 months of his contract while he is out of work, meaning a year-long sabbatical would cost them the full £9m. There is also the issue of Conte’s staff, who would be due pay offs even if the Italian quit but it is not certain that they would all follow the former Juventus manager out of Chelsea. Goalkeeping coach Gianluca Spinelli is thought to be prepared to stay at Chelsea, particularly if Conte leaves without a job to walk back into. Spinelli, who was part of Conte’s staff with the Italian national team, has worked well with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and is highly rated by the Belgian and within Stamford Bridge. Other than saving them money, Spinelli could solve a possible problem for Chelsea if he stayed on, as former goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon, who is still employed by the club, does not get on with Courtois. Courtois is yet to sign an extension to his contract that only has 12 months to run and the prospect of working with Lollichon again could be enough to convince him to leave Chelsea. Chelsea may look to offload Alvaro Morata this summer Credit: Getty images Despite uncertainty over Conte and his staff, Chelsea are making transfer plans for the summer and could be forced to make a big decision over record signing Alvaro Morata. Juventus have already shown an interest in taking Morata back and AC Milan are the latest club to investigate whether or not they could afford to sign the Spaniard. It is not believed AC could match Chelsea’s £57m valuation of Morata, but the Italians could look to take him on loan with a view to a permanent move. Chelsea are not desperate to sell Morata, who they believe will be better next season, but they are willing to let him go if he asks to leave or if they can finance a move for a replacement by cashing in. Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski and Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, who is also of interest to Tottenham Hotspur, are two forwards on Chelsea’s radar.
Chelsea face hefty compensation package as Antonio Conte considers break from football
Antonio Conte will consider taking a break if he is sacked as Chelsea head coach, which would be a blow to the club’s hopes of avoiding an expensive compensation package. Conte has been left in the dark over his future since leading Chelsea to FA Cup success last Saturday, with a game of brinkmanship threatening to be played out. The Italian has made it clear he will not walk away from the final year of his contract, meaning Chelsea must sack him and risk paying a compensation bill of up to £9million to replace him. One simple solution to the impasse would be for Conte to walk straight into another job, but the potential options for him are running out. Roberto Mancini has taken over the Italian national team, Thomas Tuchel was appointed by Paris Saint-Germain and Max Allegri looks set to stay at Juventus. Inter Milan are preparing to keep Luciano Spalletti after qualifying for the Champions League and Carlo Ancelotti is being touted as a possible replacement for Maurizio Sarri if the 59-year-old leaves Napoli. FA Cup final reaction and analysis | How Chelsea held their nerve against United Conte is believed to be willing to wait for one of Europe’s top jobs if he is forced to leave Stamford Bridge, which could be costly for Chelsea. The Blues would have to continue to pay Conte for the remaining 12 months of his contract while he is out of work, meaning a year-long sabbatical would cost them the full £9m. There is also the issue of Conte’s staff, who would be due pay offs even if the Italian quit but it is not certain that they would all follow the former Juventus manager out of Chelsea. Goalkeeping coach Gianluca Spinelli is thought to be prepared to stay at Chelsea, particularly if Conte leaves without a job to walk back into. Spinelli, who was part of Conte’s staff with the Italian national team, has worked well with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and is highly rated by the Belgian and within Stamford Bridge. Other than saving them money, Spinelli could solve a possible problem for Chelsea if he stayed on, as former goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon, who is still employed by the club, does not get on with Courtois. Courtois is yet to sign an extension to his contract that only has 12 months to run and the prospect of working with Lollichon again could be enough to convince him to leave Chelsea. Chelsea may look to offload Alvaro Morata this summer Credit: Getty images Despite uncertainty over Conte and his staff, Chelsea are making transfer plans for the summer and could be forced to make a big decision over record signing Alvaro Morata. Juventus have already shown an interest in taking Morata back and AC Milan are the latest club to investigate whether or not they could afford to sign the Spaniard. It is not believed AC could match Chelsea’s £57m valuation of Morata, but the Italians could look to take him on loan with a view to a permanent move. Chelsea are not desperate to sell Morata, who they believe will be better next season, but they are willing to let him go if he asks to leave or if they can finance a move for a replacement by cashing in. Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski and Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, who is also of interest to Tottenham Hotspur, are two forwards on Chelsea’s radar.
Antonio Conte will consider taking a break if he is sacked as Chelsea head coach, which would be a blow to the club’s hopes of avoiding an expensive compensation package. Conte has been left in the dark over his future since leading Chelsea to FA Cup success last Saturday, with a game of brinkmanship threatening to be played out. The Italian has made it clear he will not walk away from the final year of his contract, meaning Chelsea must sack him and risk paying a compensation bill of up to £9million to replace him. One simple solution to the impasse would be for Conte to walk straight into another job, but the potential options for him are running out. Roberto Mancini has taken over the Italian national team, Thomas Tuchel was appointed by Paris Saint-Germain and Max Allegri looks set to stay at Juventus. Inter Milan are preparing to keep Luciano Spalletti after qualifying for the Champions League and Carlo Ancelotti is being touted as a possible replacement for Maurizio Sarri if the 59-year-old leaves Napoli. FA Cup final reaction and analysis | How Chelsea held their nerve against United Conte is believed to be willing to wait for one of Europe’s top jobs if he is forced to leave Stamford Bridge, which could be costly for Chelsea. The Blues would have to continue to pay Conte for the remaining 12 months of his contract while he is out of work, meaning a year-long sabbatical would cost them the full £9m. There is also the issue of Conte’s staff, who would be due pay offs even if the Italian quit but it is not certain that they would all follow the former Juventus manager out of Chelsea. Goalkeeping coach Gianluca Spinelli is thought to be prepared to stay at Chelsea, particularly if Conte leaves without a job to walk back into. Spinelli, who was part of Conte’s staff with the Italian national team, has worked well with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and is highly rated by the Belgian and within Stamford Bridge. Other than saving them money, Spinelli could solve a possible problem for Chelsea if he stayed on, as former goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon, who is still employed by the club, does not get on with Courtois. Courtois is yet to sign an extension to his contract that only has 12 months to run and the prospect of working with Lollichon again could be enough to convince him to leave Chelsea. Chelsea may look to offload Alvaro Morata this summer Credit: Getty images Despite uncertainty over Conte and his staff, Chelsea are making transfer plans for the summer and could be forced to make a big decision over record signing Alvaro Morata. Juventus have already shown an interest in taking Morata back and AC Milan are the latest club to investigate whether or not they could afford to sign the Spaniard. It is not believed AC could match Chelsea’s £57m valuation of Morata, but the Italians could look to take him on loan with a view to a permanent move. Chelsea are not desperate to sell Morata, who they believe will be better next season, but they are willing to let him go if he asks to leave or if they can finance a move for a replacement by cashing in. Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski and Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, who is also of interest to Tottenham Hotspur, are two forwards on Chelsea’s radar.
Chelsea face hefty compensation package as Antonio Conte considers break from football
Antonio Conte will consider taking a break if he is sacked as Chelsea head coach, which would be a blow to the club’s hopes of avoiding an expensive compensation package. Conte has been left in the dark over his future since leading Chelsea to FA Cup success last Saturday, with a game of brinkmanship threatening to be played out. The Italian has made it clear he will not walk away from the final year of his contract, meaning Chelsea must sack him and risk paying a compensation bill of up to £9million to replace him. One simple solution to the impasse would be for Conte to walk straight into another job, but the potential options for him are running out. Roberto Mancini has taken over the Italian national team, Thomas Tuchel was appointed by Paris Saint-Germain and Max Allegri looks set to stay at Juventus. Inter Milan are preparing to keep Luciano Spalletti after qualifying for the Champions League and Carlo Ancelotti is being touted as a possible replacement for Maurizio Sarri if the 59-year-old leaves Napoli. FA Cup final reaction and analysis | How Chelsea held their nerve against United Conte is believed to be willing to wait for one of Europe’s top jobs if he is forced to leave Stamford Bridge, which could be costly for Chelsea. The Blues would have to continue to pay Conte for the remaining 12 months of his contract while he is out of work, meaning a year-long sabbatical would cost them the full £9m. There is also the issue of Conte’s staff, who would be due pay offs even if the Italian quit but it is not certain that they would all follow the former Juventus manager out of Chelsea. Goalkeeping coach Gianluca Spinelli is thought to be prepared to stay at Chelsea, particularly if Conte leaves without a job to walk back into. Spinelli, who was part of Conte’s staff with the Italian national team, has worked well with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and is highly rated by the Belgian and within Stamford Bridge. Other than saving them money, Spinelli could solve a possible problem for Chelsea if he stayed on, as former goalkeeping coach Christophe Lollichon, who is still employed by the club, does not get on with Courtois. Courtois is yet to sign an extension to his contract that only has 12 months to run and the prospect of working with Lollichon again could be enough to convince him to leave Chelsea. Chelsea may look to offload Alvaro Morata this summer Credit: Getty images Despite uncertainty over Conte and his staff, Chelsea are making transfer plans for the summer and could be forced to make a big decision over record signing Alvaro Morata. Juventus have already shown an interest in taking Morata back and AC Milan are the latest club to investigate whether or not they could afford to sign the Spaniard. It is not believed AC could match Chelsea’s £57m valuation of Morata, but the Italians could look to take him on loan with a view to a permanent move. Chelsea are not desperate to sell Morata, who they believe will be better next season, but they are willing to let him go if he asks to leave or if they can finance a move for a replacement by cashing in. Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski and Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, who is also of interest to Tottenham Hotspur, are two forwards on Chelsea’s radar.
Princesse Victoria: Ses enfants Estelle et Oscar craquants en champions du monde
Princesse Victoria: Ses enfants Estelle et Oscar craquants en champions du monde
Princesse Victoria: Ses enfants Estelle et Oscar craquants en champions du monde
Times com pouca expressão mundial já bateram gigantes europeus e garantiram seu lugar na história
Quais são os campeões mais inusitados da Champions League?
Times com pouca expressão mundial já bateram gigantes europeus e garantiram seu lugar na história
Times com pouca expressão mundial já bateram gigantes europeus e garantiram seu lugar na história
Quais são os campeões mais inusitados da Champions League?
Times com pouca expressão mundial já bateram gigantes europeus e garantiram seu lugar na história
Times com pouca expressão mundial já bateram gigantes europeus e garantiram seu lugar na história
Quais são os campeões mais inusitados da Champions League?
Times com pouca expressão mundial já bateram gigantes europeus e garantiram seu lugar na história
Times com pouca expressão mundial já bateram gigantes europeus e garantiram seu lugar na história
Quais são os campeões mais inusitados da Champions League?
Times com pouca expressão mundial já bateram gigantes europeus e garantiram seu lugar na história

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