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22 anos, sendo 16 pelo time profissional, 674 jogos e 32 títulos depois, se encerrou a era de Andrés Iniesta pelo Barcelona.
Iniesta aponta seus três sucessores no Barcelona
22 anos, sendo 16 pelo time profissional, 674 jogos e 32 títulos depois, se encerrou a era de Andrés Iniesta pelo Barcelona.
O astro do Barcelona vai ao Mundial como artilheiro da La Liga e vencedor do Chuteira de Ouro
Sampaoli: Messi está preparado para a Copa, física e mentalmente
O astro do Barcelona vai ao Mundial como artilheiro da La Liga e vencedor do Chuteira de Ouro
O astro do Barcelona vai ao Mundial como artilheiro da La Liga e vencedor do Chuteira de Ouro
Sampaoli: Messi está preparado para a Copa, física e mentalmente
O astro do Barcelona vai ao Mundial como artilheiro da La Liga e vencedor do Chuteira de Ouro
O astro do Barcelona vai ao Mundial como artilheiro da La Liga e vencedor do Chuteira de Ouro
Sampaoli: Messi está preparado para a Copa, física e mentalmente
O astro do Barcelona vai ao Mundial como artilheiro da La Liga e vencedor do Chuteira de Ouro
<p>Andrés Iniesta ya ha dejado caer en varias entrevistas que la de Rusia podría ser su última Copa del Mundo. El manchego tiene 33 años y en las recientes temporadas se ha notado su bajón físico, que le ha llevado incluso a plantearse el dejar el Barcelona. Para la historia de los mundiales queda el gol que dio a España el título en 2010 en la final jugada ante Holanda en Johannesburgo. (Foto: Jon Nazca / Reuters). </p>
Andrés Iniesta

Andrés Iniesta ya ha dejado caer en varias entrevistas que la de Rusia podría ser su última Copa del Mundo. El manchego tiene 33 años y en las recientes temporadas se ha notado su bajón físico, que le ha llevado incluso a plantearse el dejar el Barcelona. Para la historia de los mundiales queda el gol que dio a España el título en 2010 en la final jugada ante Holanda en Johannesburgo. (Foto: Jon Nazca / Reuters).

A woman with a Spanish flag hanging from a balcony next to a Catalan pro-independence &#39;Estelada&#39; flag watches a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia&#39;s newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region&#39;s political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A woman with a Spanish flag hanging from a balcony next to a Catalan pro-independence 'Estelada' flag watches a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
A woman with a Spanish flag hanging from a balcony next to a Catalan pro-independence 'Estelada' flag watches a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia&#39;s newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region&#39;s political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: &quot;Republic is freedom&quot;. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia&#39;s newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region&#39;s political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: &quot;Republic is freedom&quot;. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia&#39;s newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region&#39;s political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: &quot;Republic is freedom&quot;. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia&#39;s newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region&#39;s political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: &quot;Republic is freedom&quot;. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia&#39;s newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region&#39;s political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: &quot;Republic is freedom&quot;. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia&#39;s newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region&#39;s political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: &quot;Republic is freedom&quot;. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia&#39;s newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region&#39;s political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: &quot;Republic is freedom&quot;. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Demonstrators gather during a protest in support of the imprisoned politicians and against article 155, which means the Madrid government taking direct control of Catalonia, in Barcelona, Spain, Monday, May 21, 2018. Catalonia's newly elected president is showing no sign of backing down from the region's political standoff with Spanish authorities, insisting he wants jailed former lawmakers to join his pro-independence Catalan government. Banners read in Catalan: "Republic is freedom". (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Foto ini membuat perpisahan Andres Iniesta dengan Barcelona semakin dramatis.
Foto Ini Bikin Perpisahan Andres Iniesta dengan Barcelona Makin Dramatis
Foto ini membuat perpisahan Andres Iniesta dengan Barcelona semakin dramatis.
Cientos de ciudadanos durante la concentración convocada por la Asamblea Nacional Catalana (ANC), esta tarde frente al Centro Cultural el Born de Barcelona, después de que el nombramiento del nuevo Govern no haya sido aceptado por el Gobierno y se mantenga el 155. EFE
Cientos de ciudadanos durante la concentración convocada por la Asamblea Nacional Catalana (ANC), esta tarde frente al Centro Cultural el Born de Barcelona, después de que el nombramiento del nuevo Govern no haya sido aceptado por el Gobierno y se mantenga el 155. EFE
Cientos de ciudadanos durante la concentración convocada por la Asamblea Nacional Catalana (ANC), esta tarde frente al Centro Cultural el Born de Barcelona, después de que el nombramiento del nuevo Govern no haya sido aceptado por el Gobierno y se mantenga el 155. EFE
Arsenal have had second thoughts over handing Mikel Arteta his first managerial job and are now set to appoint Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger&#39;s successor. In an incredible twist, Arsenal have backed away from Arteta at the 11th hour after Emery made it clear he was also interested in the job. Despite having no managerial experience, Arteta had been set to replace Arsene Wenger after winning rave reviews for his training ground work as Pep Guardiola’s number two at Manchester City for two years. The 36-year-old Spaniard had been on course to be offered the job over the weekend, following an interview during the previous week in which he excelled. But Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis appears to have experienced cold feet over putting his own job on the line by going through with his move for Arteta. Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis appears to have suffered cold feet Credit: Getty Images Emery, whose contract at Paris Saint-Germain was not renewed at the end of the season, made a late play for the Gunners job and has now jumped in front of Arteta. He does not speak English but will be well known to Arsenal’s new head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, who was previously Barcelona’s director of football. Following positive talks on Monday, and with more scheduled in the coming days, Emery now hopes to be offered the job. Arsenal are still hoping to make an announcement on Wenger’s successor this week, although Gazidis has been adamant that he will run a thorough process. Another former captain, Patrick Vieira, has also been interviewed, while Juventus manager Max Allegri and Hoffenheim’s Julian Naglesmann were both considered but have indicated a desire to stay at their current clubs. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Emery has far more experience than Arteta, having managed six clubs and done particularly well at Sevilla, where he won the Europa League for three successive seasons between 20014 and 2016. The 46-year-old missed out on the Ligue 1 title to Monaco in his first season in charge at Paris Saint-Germain, but won a domestic treble with the French club this campaign. Emery’s performances in the Champions League were deemed to be not good enough by PSG, however, which cost him an extension to his contract. PSG were beaten in the last 16 by Real Madrid this season and were dramatically beaten by Barcelona last year. Guardiola will be delighted to see Arsenal turning their attention to Emery, as, despite insisting he would not stand in Arteta’s way, he was desperate to keep the former Everton midfielder by his side at City. Mauricio Pochettino had also wanted Arteta to work with him at Tottenham, while Arsenal had tried to get him to stay on as a coach when he retired after six years as a player with them in 2012. The managerial developments unfolded as the departing Wenger made his last visit to the club’s London Colney training base to collect his belongings. Arsene Wenger cleared out his belongings from the Arsenal training ground on Monday Credit: PA Wenger has been offered the chance to work himself at PSG as the club’s general manager alongside new head coach Thomas Tuchel but is still minded to remain in frontline management. “He is a close friend, I have a lot of admiration and respect for him and everything he has done in football,” said PSG president NasserAl-Khelaifi. “He&#39;s a big man. This is one of the first people I spoke to before buying the club, and he told me one thing that I never forgot: &#39;You buy a diamond and it will be cut and shined&#39;. “I do not know what he will do, but he will have a lot offers. Today, the sports director [of PSG] is Antero Henrique and he will stay.” Santi Cazorla, meanwhile, will also now leave Arsenal after joining the club from Malaga in 2012. He made 180 appearances in that time, scoring 29 goals and helping Arsenal to win two FA Cups, but has not played since October 2016 following a severe achilles tendon injury. “I am very sad to be leaving after so many good times,” said Cazorla. “I have loved my time and I will always remember the special times we had together. I am proud to be part of this club’s history. I will miss you a lot.” Cazorla has been trying to make a comeback following an injury nightmare that has included eight operations, an ankle skin graft from where his daughter’s name was tattooed on his arm, and a blood infection that caused him to lose eight centimetres of his tendon. There were even fears at one stage that his right leg would have to be amputated.
Arsenal have second thoughts over Mikel Arteta, leaving Unai Emery as front-runner to become manager
Arsenal have had second thoughts over handing Mikel Arteta his first managerial job and are now set to appoint Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger's successor. In an incredible twist, Arsenal have backed away from Arteta at the 11th hour after Emery made it clear he was also interested in the job. Despite having no managerial experience, Arteta had been set to replace Arsene Wenger after winning rave reviews for his training ground work as Pep Guardiola’s number two at Manchester City for two years. The 36-year-old Spaniard had been on course to be offered the job over the weekend, following an interview during the previous week in which he excelled. But Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis appears to have experienced cold feet over putting his own job on the line by going through with his move for Arteta. Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis appears to have suffered cold feet Credit: Getty Images Emery, whose contract at Paris Saint-Germain was not renewed at the end of the season, made a late play for the Gunners job and has now jumped in front of Arteta. He does not speak English but will be well known to Arsenal’s new head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, who was previously Barcelona’s director of football. Following positive talks on Monday, and with more scheduled in the coming days, Emery now hopes to be offered the job. Arsenal are still hoping to make an announcement on Wenger’s successor this week, although Gazidis has been adamant that he will run a thorough process. Another former captain, Patrick Vieira, has also been interviewed, while Juventus manager Max Allegri and Hoffenheim’s Julian Naglesmann were both considered but have indicated a desire to stay at their current clubs. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Emery has far more experience than Arteta, having managed six clubs and done particularly well at Sevilla, where he won the Europa League for three successive seasons between 20014 and 2016. The 46-year-old missed out on the Ligue 1 title to Monaco in his first season in charge at Paris Saint-Germain, but won a domestic treble with the French club this campaign. Emery’s performances in the Champions League were deemed to be not good enough by PSG, however, which cost him an extension to his contract. PSG were beaten in the last 16 by Real Madrid this season and were dramatically beaten by Barcelona last year. Guardiola will be delighted to see Arsenal turning their attention to Emery, as, despite insisting he would not stand in Arteta’s way, he was desperate to keep the former Everton midfielder by his side at City. Mauricio Pochettino had also wanted Arteta to work with him at Tottenham, while Arsenal had tried to get him to stay on as a coach when he retired after six years as a player with them in 2012. The managerial developments unfolded as the departing Wenger made his last visit to the club’s London Colney training base to collect his belongings. Arsene Wenger cleared out his belongings from the Arsenal training ground on Monday Credit: PA Wenger has been offered the chance to work himself at PSG as the club’s general manager alongside new head coach Thomas Tuchel but is still minded to remain in frontline management. “He is a close friend, I have a lot of admiration and respect for him and everything he has done in football,” said PSG president NasserAl-Khelaifi. “He's a big man. This is one of the first people I spoke to before buying the club, and he told me one thing that I never forgot: 'You buy a diamond and it will be cut and shined'. “I do not know what he will do, but he will have a lot offers. Today, the sports director [of PSG] is Antero Henrique and he will stay.” Santi Cazorla, meanwhile, will also now leave Arsenal after joining the club from Malaga in 2012. He made 180 appearances in that time, scoring 29 goals and helping Arsenal to win two FA Cups, but has not played since October 2016 following a severe achilles tendon injury. “I am very sad to be leaving after so many good times,” said Cazorla. “I have loved my time and I will always remember the special times we had together. I am proud to be part of this club’s history. I will miss you a lot.” Cazorla has been trying to make a comeback following an injury nightmare that has included eight operations, an ankle skin graft from where his daughter’s name was tattooed on his arm, and a blood infection that caused him to lose eight centimetres of his tendon. There were even fears at one stage that his right leg would have to be amputated.
Arsenal are preparing to unveil Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger’s successor after backing away from the gamble of giving former captain Mikel Arteta his first managerial job. In an extraordinary twist yesterday, Emery’s experience with Sevilla and Paris St Germain ultimately ensured that he won over Arsenal’s decision-makers and formal confirmation of his appointment is now expected in the next 48 hours. Despite having no managerial experience, Arteta had been poised to replace Wenger after getting to know chief executive Ivan Gazidis during his six years at Arsenal as a player and then winning rave reviews for his training ground work as Pep Guardiola’s number two at Manchester City. Arteta had impressed during an interview with Arsenal and was keen on the job. Talks were advanced and senior sources at City were increasingly expecting him to be made an offer. Gazidis, though, may have experienced cold feet over potentially risking his own reputation by going through with a move for Arteta who, at 36, had never managed a senior game. Emery, whose contract at Paris Saint-Germain was not renewed at the end of the season, made a late play for the job and was well known for his work in Spain to Arsenal’s new head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, who was previously Barcelona’s director of football. Aged 46, one immediate priority for Emery will be to improve his command of the English language. Arsenal have been intending to make an announcement on Wenger’s successor this week and are adamant that, after what they regard as a thorough and efficient process, they have settled on the outstanding all-round candidate. What can Arsenal expect from new manager Unai Emery? Another former captain, Patrick Vieira, was also interviewed, while Juventus manager Max Allegri and Hoffenheim’s Julian Naglesmann were both considered but indicated a desire to stay at their current clubs. Former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique was another early option. Emery certainly has far more experience than Arteta or Vieira, having managed six clubs in three different countries across almost 800 games during 13 years as a coach. He especially excelled at Sevilla, where he won the Europa League for three successive seasons between 2014 and 2016. He missed out on the Ligue 1 title to Monaco in his first season as Paris Saint-Germain manager but, boosted by the world record signing of Neymar, did win a domestic treble with the French club this campaign. Emery’s performances in the Champions League, however, were ultimately not deemed good enough by PSG and that cost him an extension to his contract. PSG have been beaten at the last 16 stage by Real Madrid and then Barcelona over the last two seasons. They lost against Madrid earlier this year despite having assembled the most expensive team in football history and to Barcelona even after establishing a four-goal first leg lead. Manchester City will certainly be relieved to see Arsenal turn their attention to Emery, as, despite insisting they would not stand in Arteta’s way, Guardiola was desperate to keep the former Everton midfielder by his side at City. Mauricio Pochettino had previously also wanted Arteta to work with him at Tottenham, while Arsenal had tried to get him to stay on as a coach when he retired after six years as a player with them in 2012. Why Emery got the Arsenal job The dramatic developments unfolded yesterday just as the departing Wenger was making his last visit to the club’s London Colney training base to collect his belongings after 22 years as manager. Wenger has been offered the chance to work himself at PSG as the club’s general manager alongside new head coach Thomas Tuchel but is still minded to remain in frontline management. “He is a close friend, I have a lot of admiration and respect for him and everything he has done in football,” said PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi. “He&#39;s a big man. This is one of the first people I spoke to before buying the club, and he told me one thing that I never forgot: &#39;You buy a diamond and it will be cut and shined&#39;. Arsene Wenger cleared out his belongings from the Arsenal training ground on Monday Credit: Gavin Rodgers/Pixel8000ltd “I do not know what he will do, but he will have a lot offers. Today, the sports director [of PSG] is Antero Henrique and he will stay.” Santi Cazorla, meanwhile, will also now leave Arsenal after joining the club from Malaga in 2012. He made 180 appearances in that time, scoring 29 goals and helping Arsenal to win two FA Cups, but has not played since October 2016 following a severe achilles tendon injury. “I am very sad to be leaving after so many good times,” said Cazorla. “I have loved my time and I will always remember the special times we had together. I am proud to be part of this club’s history. I will miss you a lot.” Cazorla has been trying to make a comeback following an injury nightmare that has included eight operations, an ankle skin graft from where his daughter’s name was tattooed on his arm, and a blood infection that caused him to lose eight centimetres of his tendon. There were even fears at one stage that his right leg would have to be amputated.
Arsenal to appoint Unai Emery as manager after turning down Mikel Arteta
Arsenal are preparing to unveil Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger’s successor after backing away from the gamble of giving former captain Mikel Arteta his first managerial job. In an extraordinary twist yesterday, Emery’s experience with Sevilla and Paris St Germain ultimately ensured that he won over Arsenal’s decision-makers and formal confirmation of his appointment is now expected in the next 48 hours. Despite having no managerial experience, Arteta had been poised to replace Wenger after getting to know chief executive Ivan Gazidis during his six years at Arsenal as a player and then winning rave reviews for his training ground work as Pep Guardiola’s number two at Manchester City. Arteta had impressed during an interview with Arsenal and was keen on the job. Talks were advanced and senior sources at City were increasingly expecting him to be made an offer. Gazidis, though, may have experienced cold feet over potentially risking his own reputation by going through with a move for Arteta who, at 36, had never managed a senior game. Emery, whose contract at Paris Saint-Germain was not renewed at the end of the season, made a late play for the job and was well known for his work in Spain to Arsenal’s new head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, who was previously Barcelona’s director of football. Aged 46, one immediate priority for Emery will be to improve his command of the English language. Arsenal have been intending to make an announcement on Wenger’s successor this week and are adamant that, after what they regard as a thorough and efficient process, they have settled on the outstanding all-round candidate. What can Arsenal expect from new manager Unai Emery? Another former captain, Patrick Vieira, was also interviewed, while Juventus manager Max Allegri and Hoffenheim’s Julian Naglesmann were both considered but indicated a desire to stay at their current clubs. Former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique was another early option. Emery certainly has far more experience than Arteta or Vieira, having managed six clubs in three different countries across almost 800 games during 13 years as a coach. He especially excelled at Sevilla, where he won the Europa League for three successive seasons between 2014 and 2016. He missed out on the Ligue 1 title to Monaco in his first season as Paris Saint-Germain manager but, boosted by the world record signing of Neymar, did win a domestic treble with the French club this campaign. Emery’s performances in the Champions League, however, were ultimately not deemed good enough by PSG and that cost him an extension to his contract. PSG have been beaten at the last 16 stage by Real Madrid and then Barcelona over the last two seasons. They lost against Madrid earlier this year despite having assembled the most expensive team in football history and to Barcelona even after establishing a four-goal first leg lead. Manchester City will certainly be relieved to see Arsenal turn their attention to Emery, as, despite insisting they would not stand in Arteta’s way, Guardiola was desperate to keep the former Everton midfielder by his side at City. Mauricio Pochettino had previously also wanted Arteta to work with him at Tottenham, while Arsenal had tried to get him to stay on as a coach when he retired after six years as a player with them in 2012. Why Emery got the Arsenal job The dramatic developments unfolded yesterday just as the departing Wenger was making his last visit to the club’s London Colney training base to collect his belongings after 22 years as manager. Wenger has been offered the chance to work himself at PSG as the club’s general manager alongside new head coach Thomas Tuchel but is still minded to remain in frontline management. “He is a close friend, I have a lot of admiration and respect for him and everything he has done in football,” said PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi. “He's a big man. This is one of the first people I spoke to before buying the club, and he told me one thing that I never forgot: 'You buy a diamond and it will be cut and shined'. Arsene Wenger cleared out his belongings from the Arsenal training ground on Monday Credit: Gavin Rodgers/Pixel8000ltd “I do not know what he will do, but he will have a lot offers. Today, the sports director [of PSG] is Antero Henrique and he will stay.” Santi Cazorla, meanwhile, will also now leave Arsenal after joining the club from Malaga in 2012. He made 180 appearances in that time, scoring 29 goals and helping Arsenal to win two FA Cups, but has not played since October 2016 following a severe achilles tendon injury. “I am very sad to be leaving after so many good times,” said Cazorla. “I have loved my time and I will always remember the special times we had together. I am proud to be part of this club’s history. I will miss you a lot.” Cazorla has been trying to make a comeback following an injury nightmare that has included eight operations, an ankle skin graft from where his daughter’s name was tattooed on his arm, and a blood infection that caused him to lose eight centimetres of his tendon. There were even fears at one stage that his right leg would have to be amputated.
Arsenal are preparing to unveil Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger’s successor after backing away from the gamble of giving former captain Mikel Arteta his first managerial job. In an extraordinary twist yesterday, Emery’s experience with Sevilla and Paris St Germain ultimately ensured that he won over Arsenal’s decision-makers and formal confirmation of his appointment is now expected in the next 48 hours. Despite having no managerial experience, Arteta had been poised to replace Wenger after getting to know chief executive Ivan Gazidis during his six years at Arsenal as a player and then winning rave reviews for his training ground work as Pep Guardiola’s number two at Manchester City. Arteta had impressed during an interview with Arsenal and was keen on the job. Talks were advanced and senior sources at City were increasingly expecting him to be made an offer. Gazidis, though, may have experienced cold feet over potentially risking his own reputation by going through with a move for Arteta who, at 36, had never managed a senior game. Emery, whose contract at Paris Saint-Germain was not renewed at the end of the season, made a late play for the job and was well known for his work in Spain to Arsenal’s new head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, who was previously Barcelona’s director of football. Aged 46, one immediate priority for Emery will be to improve his command of the English language. Arsenal have been intending to make an announcement on Wenger’s successor this week and are adamant that, after what they regard as a thorough and efficient process, they have settled on the outstanding all-round candidate. What can Arsenal expect from new manager Unai Emery? Another former captain, Patrick Vieira, was also interviewed, while Juventus manager Max Allegri and Hoffenheim’s Julian Naglesmann were both considered but indicated a desire to stay at their current clubs. Former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique was another early option. Emery certainly has far more experience than Arteta or Vieira, having managed six clubs in three different countries across almost 800 games during 13 years as a coach. He especially excelled at Sevilla, where he won the Europa League for three successive seasons between 2014 and 2016. He missed out on the Ligue 1 title to Monaco in his first season as Paris Saint-Germain manager but, boosted by the world record signing of Neymar, did win a domestic treble with the French club this campaign. Emery’s performances in the Champions League, however, were ultimately not deemed good enough by PSG and that cost him an extension to his contract. PSG have been beaten at the last 16 stage by Real Madrid and then Barcelona over the last two seasons. They lost against Madrid earlier this year despite having assembled the most expensive team in football history and to Barcelona even after establishing a four-goal first leg lead. Manchester City will certainly be relieved to see Arsenal turn their attention to Emery, as, despite insisting they would not stand in Arteta’s way, Guardiola was desperate to keep the former Everton midfielder by his side at City. Mauricio Pochettino had previously also wanted Arteta to work with him at Tottenham, while Arsenal had tried to get him to stay on as a coach when he retired after six years as a player with them in 2012. Why Emery got the Arsenal job The dramatic developments unfolded yesterday just as the departing Wenger was making his last visit to the club’s London Colney training base to collect his belongings after 22 years as manager. Wenger has been offered the chance to work himself at PSG as the club’s general manager alongside new head coach Thomas Tuchel but is still minded to remain in frontline management. “He is a close friend, I have a lot of admiration and respect for him and everything he has done in football,” said PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi. “He&#39;s a big man. This is one of the first people I spoke to before buying the club, and he told me one thing that I never forgot: &#39;You buy a diamond and it will be cut and shined&#39;. Arsene Wenger cleared out his belongings from the Arsenal training ground on Monday Credit: Gavin Rodgers/Pixel8000ltd “I do not know what he will do, but he will have a lot offers. Today, the sports director [of PSG] is Antero Henrique and he will stay.” Santi Cazorla, meanwhile, will also now leave Arsenal after joining the club from Malaga in 2012. He made 180 appearances in that time, scoring 29 goals and helping Arsenal to win two FA Cups, but has not played since October 2016 following a severe achilles tendon injury. “I am very sad to be leaving after so many good times,” said Cazorla. “I have loved my time and I will always remember the special times we had together. I am proud to be part of this club’s history. I will miss you a lot.” Cazorla has been trying to make a comeback following an injury nightmare that has included eight operations, an ankle skin graft from where his daughter’s name was tattooed on his arm, and a blood infection that caused him to lose eight centimetres of his tendon. There were even fears at one stage that his right leg would have to be amputated.
Arsenal to appoint Unai Emery as manager after turning down Mikel Arteta
Arsenal are preparing to unveil Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger’s successor after backing away from the gamble of giving former captain Mikel Arteta his first managerial job. In an extraordinary twist yesterday, Emery’s experience with Sevilla and Paris St Germain ultimately ensured that he won over Arsenal’s decision-makers and formal confirmation of his appointment is now expected in the next 48 hours. Despite having no managerial experience, Arteta had been poised to replace Wenger after getting to know chief executive Ivan Gazidis during his six years at Arsenal as a player and then winning rave reviews for his training ground work as Pep Guardiola’s number two at Manchester City. Arteta had impressed during an interview with Arsenal and was keen on the job. Talks were advanced and senior sources at City were increasingly expecting him to be made an offer. Gazidis, though, may have experienced cold feet over potentially risking his own reputation by going through with a move for Arteta who, at 36, had never managed a senior game. Emery, whose contract at Paris Saint-Germain was not renewed at the end of the season, made a late play for the job and was well known for his work in Spain to Arsenal’s new head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, who was previously Barcelona’s director of football. Aged 46, one immediate priority for Emery will be to improve his command of the English language. Arsenal have been intending to make an announcement on Wenger’s successor this week and are adamant that, after what they regard as a thorough and efficient process, they have settled on the outstanding all-round candidate. What can Arsenal expect from new manager Unai Emery? Another former captain, Patrick Vieira, was also interviewed, while Juventus manager Max Allegri and Hoffenheim’s Julian Naglesmann were both considered but indicated a desire to stay at their current clubs. Former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique was another early option. Emery certainly has far more experience than Arteta or Vieira, having managed six clubs in three different countries across almost 800 games during 13 years as a coach. He especially excelled at Sevilla, where he won the Europa League for three successive seasons between 2014 and 2016. He missed out on the Ligue 1 title to Monaco in his first season as Paris Saint-Germain manager but, boosted by the world record signing of Neymar, did win a domestic treble with the French club this campaign. Emery’s performances in the Champions League, however, were ultimately not deemed good enough by PSG and that cost him an extension to his contract. PSG have been beaten at the last 16 stage by Real Madrid and then Barcelona over the last two seasons. They lost against Madrid earlier this year despite having assembled the most expensive team in football history and to Barcelona even after establishing a four-goal first leg lead. Manchester City will certainly be relieved to see Arsenal turn their attention to Emery, as, despite insisting they would not stand in Arteta’s way, Guardiola was desperate to keep the former Everton midfielder by his side at City. Mauricio Pochettino had previously also wanted Arteta to work with him at Tottenham, while Arsenal had tried to get him to stay on as a coach when he retired after six years as a player with them in 2012. Why Emery got the Arsenal job The dramatic developments unfolded yesterday just as the departing Wenger was making his last visit to the club’s London Colney training base to collect his belongings after 22 years as manager. Wenger has been offered the chance to work himself at PSG as the club’s general manager alongside new head coach Thomas Tuchel but is still minded to remain in frontline management. “He is a close friend, I have a lot of admiration and respect for him and everything he has done in football,” said PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi. “He's a big man. This is one of the first people I spoke to before buying the club, and he told me one thing that I never forgot: 'You buy a diamond and it will be cut and shined'. Arsene Wenger cleared out his belongings from the Arsenal training ground on Monday Credit: Gavin Rodgers/Pixel8000ltd “I do not know what he will do, but he will have a lot offers. Today, the sports director [of PSG] is Antero Henrique and he will stay.” Santi Cazorla, meanwhile, will also now leave Arsenal after joining the club from Malaga in 2012. He made 180 appearances in that time, scoring 29 goals and helping Arsenal to win two FA Cups, but has not played since October 2016 following a severe achilles tendon injury. “I am very sad to be leaving after so many good times,” said Cazorla. “I have loved my time and I will always remember the special times we had together. I am proud to be part of this club’s history. I will miss you a lot.” Cazorla has been trying to make a comeback following an injury nightmare that has included eight operations, an ankle skin graft from where his daughter’s name was tattooed on his arm, and a blood infection that caused him to lose eight centimetres of his tendon. There were even fears at one stage that his right leg would have to be amputated.
Arsenal have had second thoughts over handing Mikel Arteta his first managerial job and are now set to appoint Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger&#39;s successor. In an incredible twist, Arsenal have backed away from Arteta at the 11th hour after Emery made it clear he was also interested in the job. Despite having no managerial experience, Arteta had been set to replace Arsene Wenger after winning rave reviews for his training ground work as Pep Guardiola’s number two at Manchester City for two years. The 36-year-old Spaniard had been on course to be offered the job over the weekend, following an interview during the previous week in which he excelled. But Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis appears to have experienced cold feet over putting his own job on the line by going through with his move for Arteta. Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis appears to have suffered cold feet Credit: Getty Images Emery, whose contract at Paris Saint-Germain was not renewed at the end of the season, made a late play for the Gunners job and has now jumped in front of Arteta. He does not speak English but will be well known to Arsenal’s new head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, who was previously Barcelona’s director of football. Following positive talks on Monday, and with more scheduled in the coming days, Emery now hopes to be offered the job. Arsenal are still hoping to make an announcement on Wenger’s successor this week, although Gazidis has been adamant that he will run a thorough process. Another former captain, Patrick Vieira, has also been interviewed, while Juventus manager Max Allegri and Hoffenheim’s Julian Naglesmann were both considered but have indicated a desire to stay at their current clubs. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Emery has far more experience than Arteta, having managed six clubs and done particularly well at Sevilla, where he won the Europa League for three successive seasons between 20014 and 2016. The 46-year-old missed out on the Ligue 1 title to Monaco in his first season in charge at Paris Saint-Germain, but won a domestic treble with the French club this campaign. Emery’s performances in the Champions League were deemed to be not good enough by PSG, however, which cost him an extension to his contract. PSG were beaten in the last 16 by Real Madrid this season and were dramatically beaten by Barcelona last year. Guardiola will be delighted to see Arsenal turning their attention to Emery, as, despite insisting he would not stand in Arteta’s way, he was desperate to keep the former Everton midfielder by his side at City. Mauricio Pochettino had also wanted Arteta to work with him at Tottenham, while Arsenal had tried to get him to stay on as a coach when he retired after six years as a player with them in 2012. The managerial developments unfolded as the departing Wenger made his last visit to the club’s London Colney training base to collect his belongings. Arsene Wenger cleared out his belongings from the Arsenal training ground on Monday Credit: Gavin Rodgers/Pixel8000ltd Wenger has been offered the chance to work himself at PSG as the club’s general manager alongside new head coach Thomas Tuchel but is still minded to remain in frontline management. “He is a close friend, I have a lot of admiration and respect for him and everything he has done in football,” said PSG president NasserAl-Khelaifi. “He&#39;s a big man. This is one of the first people I spoke to before buying the club, and he told me one thing that I never forgot: &#39;You buy a diamond and it will be cut and shined&#39;. “I do not know what he will do, but he will have a lot offers. Today, the sports director [of PSG] is Antero Henrique and he will stay.” Santi Cazorla, meanwhile, will also now leave Arsenal after joining the club from Malaga in 2012. He made 180 appearances in that time, scoring 29 goals and helping Arsenal to win two FA Cups, but has not played since October 2016 following a severe achilles tendon injury. “I am very sad to be leaving after so many good times,” said Cazorla. “I have loved my time and I will always remember the special times we had together. I am proud to be part of this club’s history. I will miss you a lot.” Cazorla has been trying to make a comeback following an injury nightmare that has included eight operations, an ankle skin graft from where his daughter’s name was tattooed on his arm, and a blood infection that caused him to lose eight centimetres of his tendon. There were even fears at one stage that his right leg would have to be amputated.
Arsenal set to name Unai Emery as manager after having second thoughts over Mikel Arteta
Arsenal have had second thoughts over handing Mikel Arteta his first managerial job and are now set to appoint Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger's successor. In an incredible twist, Arsenal have backed away from Arteta at the 11th hour after Emery made it clear he was also interested in the job. Despite having no managerial experience, Arteta had been set to replace Arsene Wenger after winning rave reviews for his training ground work as Pep Guardiola’s number two at Manchester City for two years. The 36-year-old Spaniard had been on course to be offered the job over the weekend, following an interview during the previous week in which he excelled. But Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis appears to have experienced cold feet over putting his own job on the line by going through with his move for Arteta. Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis appears to have suffered cold feet Credit: Getty Images Emery, whose contract at Paris Saint-Germain was not renewed at the end of the season, made a late play for the Gunners job and has now jumped in front of Arteta. He does not speak English but will be well known to Arsenal’s new head of football relations Raul Sanllehi, who was previously Barcelona’s director of football. Following positive talks on Monday, and with more scheduled in the coming days, Emery now hopes to be offered the job. Arsenal are still hoping to make an announcement on Wenger’s successor this week, although Gazidis has been adamant that he will run a thorough process. Another former captain, Patrick Vieira, has also been interviewed, while Juventus manager Max Allegri and Hoffenheim’s Julian Naglesmann were both considered but have indicated a desire to stay at their current clubs. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Emery has far more experience than Arteta, having managed six clubs and done particularly well at Sevilla, where he won the Europa League for three successive seasons between 20014 and 2016. The 46-year-old missed out on the Ligue 1 title to Monaco in his first season in charge at Paris Saint-Germain, but won a domestic treble with the French club this campaign. Emery’s performances in the Champions League were deemed to be not good enough by PSG, however, which cost him an extension to his contract. PSG were beaten in the last 16 by Real Madrid this season and were dramatically beaten by Barcelona last year. Guardiola will be delighted to see Arsenal turning their attention to Emery, as, despite insisting he would not stand in Arteta’s way, he was desperate to keep the former Everton midfielder by his side at City. Mauricio Pochettino had also wanted Arteta to work with him at Tottenham, while Arsenal had tried to get him to stay on as a coach when he retired after six years as a player with them in 2012. The managerial developments unfolded as the departing Wenger made his last visit to the club’s London Colney training base to collect his belongings. Arsene Wenger cleared out his belongings from the Arsenal training ground on Monday Credit: Gavin Rodgers/Pixel8000ltd Wenger has been offered the chance to work himself at PSG as the club’s general manager alongside new head coach Thomas Tuchel but is still minded to remain in frontline management. “He is a close friend, I have a lot of admiration and respect for him and everything he has done in football,” said PSG president NasserAl-Khelaifi. “He's a big man. This is one of the first people I spoke to before buying the club, and he told me one thing that I never forgot: 'You buy a diamond and it will be cut and shined'. “I do not know what he will do, but he will have a lot offers. Today, the sports director [of PSG] is Antero Henrique and he will stay.” Santi Cazorla, meanwhile, will also now leave Arsenal after joining the club from Malaga in 2012. He made 180 appearances in that time, scoring 29 goals and helping Arsenal to win two FA Cups, but has not played since October 2016 following a severe achilles tendon injury. “I am very sad to be leaving after so many good times,” said Cazorla. “I have loved my time and I will always remember the special times we had together. I am proud to be part of this club’s history. I will miss you a lot.” Cazorla has been trying to make a comeback following an injury nightmare that has included eight operations, an ankle skin graft from where his daughter’s name was tattooed on his arm, and a blood infection that caused him to lose eight centimetres of his tendon. There were even fears at one stage that his right leg would have to be amputated.
Un grupo de personas ha arrancado decenas de cruces amarillas que estaban
Tres heridos tras una pelea por unas cruces amarillas en una playa de Barcelona
Un grupo de personas ha arrancado decenas de cruces amarillas que estaban
Un grupo de personas ha arrancado decenas de cruces amarillas que estaban
Tres heridos tras una pelea por unas cruces amarillas en una playa de Barcelona
Un grupo de personas ha arrancado decenas de cruces amarillas que estaban
-FOTODELDIA- GRAF2022. MADRID, 21/05/2018.- El seleccionador nacional de fútbol, Julen Lopetegui, anuncia la lista de jugadores para el Mundial de Rusia, hoy en el auditorio del distrito Telefónica en Madrid. Convocados: - Porteros: David de Gea (Manchester United/ING), Pepe Reina (Nápoles/ITA), Kepa Arrizabalaga (Athletic); - Defensas: Dani Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Nacho Fernández (Real Madrid), Gerard Piqué, Jordi Alba (Barcelona), César Azpilicueta (Chelsea/ING), Nacho Monreal (Arsenal/ING) y Álvaro Odriozola (Real Sociedad); - Medios: Sergio Busquets, Andrés Iniesta (Barcelona), David Silva (Manchester City/ING), Koke Resurrección, Saúl Ñíguez (Atlético de Madrid) y Thiago Alcántara (Bayern Múnich/GER); - Delanteros: Isco Alarcón, Marco Asensio, Lucas Vázquez (Real Madrid), Diego Costa (Atlético de Madrid), Iago Aspas (Celta) y Rodrigo Moreno (Valencia). EFE/ Emilio Naranjo
-FOTODELDIA- GRAF2022. MADRID, 21/05/2018.- El seleccionador nacional de fútbol, Julen Lopetegui, anuncia la lista de jugadores para el Mundial de Rusia, hoy en el auditorio del distrito Telefónica en Madrid. Convocados: - Porteros: David de Gea (Manchester United/ING), Pepe Reina (Nápoles/ITA), Kepa Arrizabalaga (Athletic); - Defensas: Dani Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Nacho Fernández (Real Madrid), Gerard Piqué, Jordi Alba (Barcelona), César Azpilicueta (Chelsea/ING), Nacho Monreal (Arsenal/ING) y Álvaro Odriozola (Real Sociedad); - Medios: Sergio Busquets, Andrés Iniesta (Barcelona), David Silva (Manchester City/ING), Koke Resurrección, Saúl Ñíguez (Atlético de Madrid) y Thiago Alcántara (Bayern Múnich/GER); - Delanteros: Isco Alarcón, Marco Asensio, Lucas Vázquez (Real Madrid), Diego Costa (Atlético de Madrid), Iago Aspas (Celta) y Rodrigo Moreno (Valencia). EFE/ Emilio Naranjo
-FOTODELDIA- GRAF2022. MADRID, 21/05/2018.- El seleccionador nacional de fútbol, Julen Lopetegui, anuncia la lista de jugadores para el Mundial de Rusia, hoy en el auditorio del distrito Telefónica en Madrid. Convocados: - Porteros: David de Gea (Manchester United/ING), Pepe Reina (Nápoles/ITA), Kepa Arrizabalaga (Athletic); - Defensas: Dani Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Nacho Fernández (Real Madrid), Gerard Piqué, Jordi Alba (Barcelona), César Azpilicueta (Chelsea/ING), Nacho Monreal (Arsenal/ING) y Álvaro Odriozola (Real Sociedad); - Medios: Sergio Busquets, Andrés Iniesta (Barcelona), David Silva (Manchester City/ING), Koke Resurrección, Saúl Ñíguez (Atlético de Madrid) y Thiago Alcántara (Bayern Múnich/GER); - Delanteros: Isco Alarcón, Marco Asensio, Lucas Vázquez (Real Madrid), Diego Costa (Atlético de Madrid), Iago Aspas (Celta) y Rodrigo Moreno (Valencia). EFE/ Emilio Naranjo
The Barcelona star goes into the World Cup as the La Liga top scorer and Golden Shoe winner, while team-mate Aguero is returning to full fitness
Messi physically and mentally ready for the World Cup, Sampaoli proclaims
The Barcelona star goes into the World Cup as the La Liga top scorer and Golden Shoe winner, while team-mate Aguero is returning to full fitness
Time inglês observa o jogador que está emprestado ao Nice e pode pagar R$ 90 milhões
Leicester mira a contratação de brasileiro do Barcelona
Time inglês observa o jogador que está emprestado ao Nice e pode pagar R$ 90 milhões
Time inglês observa o jogador que está emprestado ao Nice e pode pagar R$ 90 milhões
Leicester mira a contratação de brasileiro do Barcelona
Time inglês observa o jogador que está emprestado ao Nice e pode pagar R$ 90 milhões
Time inglês observa o jogador que está emprestado ao Nice e pode pagar R$ 90 milhões
Leicester mira a contratação de brasileiro do Barcelona
Time inglês observa o jogador que está emprestado ao Nice e pode pagar R$ 90 milhões
Jurgen Klopp, the Liverpool manager, says his players’ desire and ambition will counter the disadvantage of facing a Real Madrid side that has made a habit of winning Champions League finals. As a club, five-time winners Liverpool are hardly novices as they prepares for a fifth European final in 17 years. As a squad their medal haul is no match for a Real Madrid side pursuing a hat-trick of Champions League victories, and a fourth in five years. “If there is an experienced market, they should sell it because then they would be even more rich than they are already,” said Klopp. “They are more experienced. That is a fact. Experience is very important in life but not the only thing, especially in football. It is an important to be more experienced but you can level it with desire, readiness, attitude, work rate and that is what I love in football. “We made our own experience. We are not as long together as Real Madrid because they play these finals pretty much with the same team so as a group they are very strong. It is still football and we have a chance and let’s give it a try. Let’s go there and try to perform on a level which maybe people would say is not possible for us, but it is possible. Real Madrid are going for a third straight Champions League title Credit: Getty Images “We did all the things we need plenty of times already in the Champions Leagye campaign and now we need to do it again. “It is a really good football team but we are a really good football team. We are full of desire and we really work for our dreams.” Liverpool’s brand of football has been ambitious and courageous. Klopp’s attacking style makes Liverpool exciting, but in the minds of more pragmatic tacticians, defensively vulnerable. Few anticipate a goalless draw in Kiev. Klopp has not led the team so far to start compromising the principles that took them to the final. “We will show the players why it makes so much sense to be brave,” he said. “It was not easy to be brave against Manchester City and against Roma but we did it. The moment we tried to defend the result we were almost out. “If we had played like Juventus, or tried because we cannot, we go out in the group stage. If we tried to play like Bayern, Barcelona or Real Madrid we would be out in the group stages, so we have to be more lively because we have a lack of experience. If you are not on the same level, you have to do more, invest more (effort). Doing more can lead to mistakes but I don’t think there is any alternative to that. Our game has changed, more mature in some moments. I really love the season so far because it was a big step for us. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “We are strong, we faced so many difficult situations, I am really happy with the place we are in and now we have to use it. “These boys can rely on their skills. The only problem is the other team is pretty good as well. We have to try and play football, not more and not less. Not crazy things, doing the things we are good at. We don’t have to make it too big but it is still really big. It is still something you can enjoy. We know what it would mean for all the Liverpool fans if you can do that.” Klopp’s midfield options have received timely assistance with Emre Can’s return to training more encouraging than anticipated. A week ago it was considered highly unlikely the German – on the brink of a Bosman move to Juventus - would be fit to join the squad in Kiev. Now Klopp has opened the door. With Adam Lallana also improving daily, the duo will not be fit enough to start but will certainly make the bench look stronger. “Ten days ago I didn’t think it was possible that Emre could do what he did today (Monday) and what he did training in (at last week’s training camp) in Marbella,&quot; said Klopp. “That is really positive but we have to wait again. It is really nice to have him back in the group. He is really desperate to be involved.”
Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool's desire can overcome Real Madrid's Champions League experience
Jurgen Klopp, the Liverpool manager, says his players’ desire and ambition will counter the disadvantage of facing a Real Madrid side that has made a habit of winning Champions League finals. As a club, five-time winners Liverpool are hardly novices as they prepares for a fifth European final in 17 years. As a squad their medal haul is no match for a Real Madrid side pursuing a hat-trick of Champions League victories, and a fourth in five years. “If there is an experienced market, they should sell it because then they would be even more rich than they are already,” said Klopp. “They are more experienced. That is a fact. Experience is very important in life but not the only thing, especially in football. It is an important to be more experienced but you can level it with desire, readiness, attitude, work rate and that is what I love in football. “We made our own experience. We are not as long together as Real Madrid because they play these finals pretty much with the same team so as a group they are very strong. It is still football and we have a chance and let’s give it a try. Let’s go there and try to perform on a level which maybe people would say is not possible for us, but it is possible. Real Madrid are going for a third straight Champions League title Credit: Getty Images “We did all the things we need plenty of times already in the Champions Leagye campaign and now we need to do it again. “It is a really good football team but we are a really good football team. We are full of desire and we really work for our dreams.” Liverpool’s brand of football has been ambitious and courageous. Klopp’s attacking style makes Liverpool exciting, but in the minds of more pragmatic tacticians, defensively vulnerable. Few anticipate a goalless draw in Kiev. Klopp has not led the team so far to start compromising the principles that took them to the final. “We will show the players why it makes so much sense to be brave,” he said. “It was not easy to be brave against Manchester City and against Roma but we did it. The moment we tried to defend the result we were almost out. “If we had played like Juventus, or tried because we cannot, we go out in the group stage. If we tried to play like Bayern, Barcelona or Real Madrid we would be out in the group stages, so we have to be more lively because we have a lack of experience. If you are not on the same level, you have to do more, invest more (effort). Doing more can lead to mistakes but I don’t think there is any alternative to that. Our game has changed, more mature in some moments. I really love the season so far because it was a big step for us. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “We are strong, we faced so many difficult situations, I am really happy with the place we are in and now we have to use it. “These boys can rely on their skills. The only problem is the other team is pretty good as well. We have to try and play football, not more and not less. Not crazy things, doing the things we are good at. We don’t have to make it too big but it is still really big. It is still something you can enjoy. We know what it would mean for all the Liverpool fans if you can do that.” Klopp’s midfield options have received timely assistance with Emre Can’s return to training more encouraging than anticipated. A week ago it was considered highly unlikely the German – on the brink of a Bosman move to Juventus - would be fit to join the squad in Kiev. Now Klopp has opened the door. With Adam Lallana also improving daily, the duo will not be fit enough to start but will certainly make the bench look stronger. “Ten days ago I didn’t think it was possible that Emre could do what he did today (Monday) and what he did training in (at last week’s training camp) in Marbella," said Klopp. “That is really positive but we have to wait again. It is really nice to have him back in the group. He is really desperate to be involved.”
Jurgen Klopp, the Liverpool manager, says his players’ desire and ambition will counter the disadvantage of facing a Real Madrid side that has made a habit of winning Champions League finals. As a club, five-time winners Liverpool are hardly novices as they prepares for a fifth European final in 17 years. As a squad their medal haul is no match for a Real Madrid side pursuing a hat-trick of Champions League victories, and a fourth in five years. “If there is an experienced market, they should sell it because then they would be even more rich than they are already,” said Klopp. “They are more experienced. That is a fact. Experience is very important in life but not the only thing, especially in football. It is an important to be more experienced but you can level it with desire, readiness, attitude, work rate and that is what I love in football. “We made our own experience. We are not as long together as Real Madrid because they play these finals pretty much with the same team so as a group they are very strong. It is still football and we have a chance and let’s give it a try. Let’s go there and try to perform on a level which maybe people would say is not possible for us, but it is possible. Real Madrid are going for a third straight Champions League title Credit: Getty Images “We did all the things we need plenty of times already in the Champions Leagye campaign and now we need to do it again. “It is a really good football team but we are a really good football team. We are full of desire and we really work for our dreams.” Liverpool’s brand of football has been ambitious and courageous. Klopp’s attacking style makes Liverpool exciting, but in the minds of more pragmatic tacticians, defensively vulnerable. Few anticipate a goalless draw in Kiev. Klopp has not led the team so far to start compromising the principles that took them to the final. “We will show the players why it makes so much sense to be brave,” he said. “It was not easy to be brave against Manchester City and against Roma but we did it. The moment we tried to defend the result we were almost out. “If we had played like Juventus, or tried because we cannot, we go out in the group stage. If we tried to play like Bayern, Barcelona or Real Madrid we would be out in the group stages, so we have to be more lively because we have a lack of experience. If you are not on the same level, you have to do more, invest more (effort). Doing more can lead to mistakes but I don’t think there is any alternative to that. Our game has changed, more mature in some moments. I really love the season so far because it was a big step for us. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “We are strong, we faced so many difficult situations, I am really happy with the place we are in and now we have to use it. “These boys can rely on their skills. The only problem is the other team is pretty good as well. We have to try and play football, not more and not less. Not crazy things, doing the things we are good at. We don’t have to make it too big but it is still really big. It is still something you can enjoy. We know what it would mean for all the Liverpool fans if you can do that.” Klopp’s midfield options have received timely assistance with Emre Can’s return to training more encouraging than anticipated. A week ago it was considered highly unlikely the German – on the brink of a Bosman move to Juventus - would be fit to join the squad in Kiev. Now Klopp has opened the door. With Adam Lallana also improving daily, the duo will not be fit enough to start but will certainly make the bench look stronger. “Ten days ago I didn’t think it was possible that Emre could do what he did today (Monday) and what he did training in (at last week’s training camp) in Marbella,&quot; said Klopp. “That is really positive but we have to wait again. It is really nice to have him back in the group. He is really desperate to be involved.”
Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool's desire can overcome Real Madrid's Champions League experience
Jurgen Klopp, the Liverpool manager, says his players’ desire and ambition will counter the disadvantage of facing a Real Madrid side that has made a habit of winning Champions League finals. As a club, five-time winners Liverpool are hardly novices as they prepares for a fifth European final in 17 years. As a squad their medal haul is no match for a Real Madrid side pursuing a hat-trick of Champions League victories, and a fourth in five years. “If there is an experienced market, they should sell it because then they would be even more rich than they are already,” said Klopp. “They are more experienced. That is a fact. Experience is very important in life but not the only thing, especially in football. It is an important to be more experienced but you can level it with desire, readiness, attitude, work rate and that is what I love in football. “We made our own experience. We are not as long together as Real Madrid because they play these finals pretty much with the same team so as a group they are very strong. It is still football and we have a chance and let’s give it a try. Let’s go there and try to perform on a level which maybe people would say is not possible for us, but it is possible. Real Madrid are going for a third straight Champions League title Credit: Getty Images “We did all the things we need plenty of times already in the Champions Leagye campaign and now we need to do it again. “It is a really good football team but we are a really good football team. We are full of desire and we really work for our dreams.” Liverpool’s brand of football has been ambitious and courageous. Klopp’s attacking style makes Liverpool exciting, but in the minds of more pragmatic tacticians, defensively vulnerable. Few anticipate a goalless draw in Kiev. Klopp has not led the team so far to start compromising the principles that took them to the final. “We will show the players why it makes so much sense to be brave,” he said. “It was not easy to be brave against Manchester City and against Roma but we did it. The moment we tried to defend the result we were almost out. “If we had played like Juventus, or tried because we cannot, we go out in the group stage. If we tried to play like Bayern, Barcelona or Real Madrid we would be out in the group stages, so we have to be more lively because we have a lack of experience. If you are not on the same level, you have to do more, invest more (effort). Doing more can lead to mistakes but I don’t think there is any alternative to that. Our game has changed, more mature in some moments. I really love the season so far because it was a big step for us. European Cup final 2018 | Real Madrid vs Liverpool “We are strong, we faced so many difficult situations, I am really happy with the place we are in and now we have to use it. “These boys can rely on their skills. The only problem is the other team is pretty good as well. We have to try and play football, not more and not less. Not crazy things, doing the things we are good at. We don’t have to make it too big but it is still really big. It is still something you can enjoy. We know what it would mean for all the Liverpool fans if you can do that.” Klopp’s midfield options have received timely assistance with Emre Can’s return to training more encouraging than anticipated. A week ago it was considered highly unlikely the German – on the brink of a Bosman move to Juventus - would be fit to join the squad in Kiev. Now Klopp has opened the door. With Adam Lallana also improving daily, the duo will not be fit enough to start but will certainly make the bench look stronger. “Ten days ago I didn’t think it was possible that Emre could do what he did today (Monday) and what he did training in (at last week’s training camp) in Marbella," said Klopp. “That is really positive but we have to wait again. It is really nice to have him back in the group. He is really desperate to be involved.”
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Ahead of Saturday's final between Real Madrid and Liverpool in Kiev, Goal looks back at the most disappointing aspects of this season's tournament
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Ahead of Saturday's final between Real Madrid and Liverpool in Kiev, Goal looks back at the most disappointing aspects of this season's tournament

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