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Unai Emery said: "This is a big team, with great players. We think we need change, little things, a few players. I want to speak individually with all the players face to face."
Premier League: Manager Unai Emery issues warning for underperforming stars, promises 'new future' for Arsenal
Unai Emery said: "This is a big team, with great players. We think we need change, little things, a few players. I want to speak individually with all the players face to face."
Stressing that they needed one of the top four batsmen to stay at the crease till the end, skipper Ajinkya Rahane said with so many wickets in hand, Rajasthan Royals should have won against the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Eliminator here.
RR Needed Someone to Bat Through Chase: Ajinkya Rahane
Stressing that they needed one of the top four batsmen to stay at the crease till the end, skipper Ajinkya Rahane said with so many wickets in hand, Rajasthan Royals should have won against the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Eliminator here.
The Indian Premier League match between Chennai and Hyderabad on Tuesday set a new global benchmark with 8.26 million concurrent viewers logging onto Hotstar, the chief executive of the video streaming platform told Reuters.
IPL Sets New Benchmark with Hotstar Streaming Record in CSK-SRH Tie
The Indian Premier League match between Chennai and Hyderabad on Tuesday set a new global benchmark with 8.26 million concurrent viewers logging onto Hotstar, the chief executive of the video streaming platform told Reuters.
The Indian Premier League match between Chennai and Hyderabad on Tuesday set a new global benchmark with 8.26 million concurrent viewers logging onto Hotstar
Hotstar establishes a new streaming record with IPL 2018 getting 8.26 mn concurrent viewers
The Indian Premier League match between Chennai and Hyderabad on Tuesday set a new global benchmark with 8.26 million concurrent viewers logging onto Hotstar
FILE - In this Feb. 11, 2017 file photo, Liverpool fans at the Kop sing "You'll Never Walk Alone" during the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield, Liverpool, England. The famous tune will be sung Saturday by 16,000-plus Liverpool fans at Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira, File)
FILE - In this Feb. 11, 2017 file photo, Liverpool fans at the Kop sing "You'll Never Walk Alone" during the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield, Liverpool, England. The famous tune will be sung Saturday by 16,000-plus Liverpool fans at Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira, File)
FILE - In this Feb. 11, 2017 file photo, Liverpool fans at the Kop sing "You'll Never Walk Alone" during the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield, Liverpool, England. The famous tune will be sung Saturday by 16,000-plus Liverpool fans at Olympic Stadium in Kiev, Ukraine. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira, File)
Rondon scored 24 goals in three Premier League seasons at West Brom, almost a quarter of the 104 produced by the Baggies.
Rondon wanted by Atleti, Inter Milan, and West Ham
Rondon scored 24 goals in three Premier League seasons at West Brom, almost a quarter of the 104 produced by the Baggies.
Rondon scored 24 goals in three Premier League seasons at West Brom, almost a quarter of the 104 produced by the Baggies.
Rondon wanted by Atleti, Inter Milan, and West Ham
Rondon scored 24 goals in three Premier League seasons at West Brom, almost a quarter of the 104 produced by the Baggies.
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Transfer Rumors: Seri to Arsenal; Vagnoman to Chelsea
The latest gossip from around the Premier League.
The latest gossip from around the Premier League.
Transfer Rumors: Seri to Arsenal; Vagnoman to Chelsea
The latest gossip from around the Premier League.
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Soccer Football - Premier League - Chelsea vs Liverpool - Stamford Bridge, London, Britain - May 6, 2018 Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
Premier League - Chelsea vs Liverpool
Soccer Football - Premier League - Chelsea vs Liverpool - Stamford Bridge, London, Britain - May 6, 2018 Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
Unai Emery has promised that his Arsenal team will be fearless in their pursuit of restoring the club to the top of English football, despite chief executive Ivan Gazidis warning fans to be patient. Arsenal have handed Emery a three-year contract to succeed Arsene Wenger and the Spaniard will have to work with a strict £50 million transfer budget. Emery has admitted there is unlikely to be an overhaul of the squad which finished 37 points and five places behind Premier League champions Manchester City, but he is confident he can turn them into trophy hunters again. Asked whether Arsenal could catch City next season, Emery said: “That is our objective. Arsenal is a club with fantastic personality and identity, and I believe and the club has shown me that they believe. It is about showing that personality and showing the stature of this football club. “What we want to do is not fear any team, neither here in the Premier League nor in Europe, and our objective is to be among the best and to beat the best. “The target is to be a candidate and to challenge for the title. It is important for the club after two years outside of the Champions League to work this way. We need to be in the best club in the Premier League and in the world.” Gazidis is confident he has the right man to reunite the club and bring success but is aware progress may be slow. “I think we need to understand that success isn’t instant,” said Gazidis. “So, this is going to be a process. As Unai said, day after day you try to improve a little bit, you try to move forward. That’s what we have to do. “We have to work hard, we have to work well together and take this step by step. There are so many stories in sport of people who achieve things that were not believed possible at the beginning of the journey, because they focused on that process of just getting a little better every day. “It’s not going to be instant. So, this kind of significant change in a club doesn’t deliver instant success, nobody is naive enough to think that. But I do think the new way of working, the new energy, stimulates the environment and I think it’s going to be very positive. I could not possibly feel better about this appointment.” Emery with Ivan Gazidis at the Emirates Credit: Getty images Handed the title of head coach, rather than manager, Emery will have to work closely with head of recruitment Sven Mislintat over transfers, but he is not expecting to make big changes to the squad. “We think we need change, very little, a little bit with the players,” said Emery. “I know all the players, I think they are very important and I want to be with them. But I want to speak to them individually and to speak with them face to face. “I think it is about having belief in the players. We will have time to speak about where we need to improve, we have already touched on that a little bit. We do need to go into more detail but we have got that strong nucleus, if you like. “I’m the type of coach who has always worked really hard, not because I do it better than anyone else but because that is what I believe the most important thing is. “I’m very demanding of myself, I’m passionate and I really want to transmit that to the people around me – that we can and must improve in the future.” Unai Emery: what style can Arsenal expect from their new manager? Emery wasted no time in conveying his message within the club, as he addressed his new staff for the first time over a conference call. Ahead of his first press conference, Emery, together with Gazidis, told members of staff that he wanted to create a new history and a great future for Arsenal. Expanding on that point in front of the media, Emery said: “I think the most important thing is to connect with people and have those personal relationships. Heart to heart, head to head. The heart transmits emotion, the head transmits the intelligence. “So, it’s really important to have that connection both on a personal and collective level. What you are looking for is a shared experience. I’m a coach that has come from the second division, gone through to the first division, coached at Paris Saint-Germain and now at Arsenal. And, really, the essence of it all is people.”
Unai Emery says he will get 'fearless' Arsenal back on top
Unai Emery has promised that his Arsenal team will be fearless in their pursuit of restoring the club to the top of English football, despite chief executive Ivan Gazidis warning fans to be patient. Arsenal have handed Emery a three-year contract to succeed Arsene Wenger and the Spaniard will have to work with a strict £50 million transfer budget. Emery has admitted there is unlikely to be an overhaul of the squad which finished 37 points and five places behind Premier League champions Manchester City, but he is confident he can turn them into trophy hunters again. Asked whether Arsenal could catch City next season, Emery said: “That is our objective. Arsenal is a club with fantastic personality and identity, and I believe and the club has shown me that they believe. It is about showing that personality and showing the stature of this football club. “What we want to do is not fear any team, neither here in the Premier League nor in Europe, and our objective is to be among the best and to beat the best. “The target is to be a candidate and to challenge for the title. It is important for the club after two years outside of the Champions League to work this way. We need to be in the best club in the Premier League and in the world.” Gazidis is confident he has the right man to reunite the club and bring success but is aware progress may be slow. “I think we need to understand that success isn’t instant,” said Gazidis. “So, this is going to be a process. As Unai said, day after day you try to improve a little bit, you try to move forward. That’s what we have to do. “We have to work hard, we have to work well together and take this step by step. There are so many stories in sport of people who achieve things that were not believed possible at the beginning of the journey, because they focused on that process of just getting a little better every day. “It’s not going to be instant. So, this kind of significant change in a club doesn’t deliver instant success, nobody is naive enough to think that. But I do think the new way of working, the new energy, stimulates the environment and I think it’s going to be very positive. I could not possibly feel better about this appointment.” Emery with Ivan Gazidis at the Emirates Credit: Getty images Handed the title of head coach, rather than manager, Emery will have to work closely with head of recruitment Sven Mislintat over transfers, but he is not expecting to make big changes to the squad. “We think we need change, very little, a little bit with the players,” said Emery. “I know all the players, I think they are very important and I want to be with them. But I want to speak to them individually and to speak with them face to face. “I think it is about having belief in the players. We will have time to speak about where we need to improve, we have already touched on that a little bit. We do need to go into more detail but we have got that strong nucleus, if you like. “I’m the type of coach who has always worked really hard, not because I do it better than anyone else but because that is what I believe the most important thing is. “I’m very demanding of myself, I’m passionate and I really want to transmit that to the people around me – that we can and must improve in the future.” Unai Emery: what style can Arsenal expect from their new manager? Emery wasted no time in conveying his message within the club, as he addressed his new staff for the first time over a conference call. Ahead of his first press conference, Emery, together with Gazidis, told members of staff that he wanted to create a new history and a great future for Arsenal. Expanding on that point in front of the media, Emery said: “I think the most important thing is to connect with people and have those personal relationships. Heart to heart, head to head. The heart transmits emotion, the head transmits the intelligence. “So, it’s really important to have that connection both on a personal and collective level. What you are looking for is a shared experience. I’m a coach that has come from the second division, gone through to the first division, coached at Paris Saint-Germain and now at Arsenal. And, really, the essence of it all is people.”
Unai Emery has promised that his Arsenal team will be fearless in their pursuit of restoring the club to the top of English football, despite chief executive Ivan Gazidis warning fans to be patient. Arsenal have handed Emery a three-year contract to succeed Arsene Wenger and the Spaniard will have to work with a strict £50 million transfer budget. Emery has admitted there is unlikely to be an overhaul of the squad which finished 37 points and five places behind Premier League champions Manchester City, but he is confident he can turn them into trophy hunters again. Asked whether Arsenal could catch City next season, Emery said: “That is our objective. Arsenal is a club with fantastic personality and identity, and I believe and the club has shown me that they believe. It is about showing that personality and showing the stature of this football club. “What we want to do is not fear any team, neither here in the Premier League nor in Europe, and our objective is to be among the best and to beat the best. “The target is to be a candidate and to challenge for the title. It is important for the club after two years outside of the Champions League to work this way. We need to be in the best club in the Premier League and in the world.” Gazidis is confident he has the right man to reunite the club and bring success but is aware progress may be slow. “I think we need to understand that success isn’t instant,” said Gazidis. “So, this is going to be a process. As Unai said, day after day you try to improve a little bit, you try to move forward. That’s what we have to do. “We have to work hard, we have to work well together and take this step by step. There are so many stories in sport of people who achieve things that were not believed possible at the beginning of the journey, because they focused on that process of just getting a little better every day. “It’s not going to be instant. So, this kind of significant change in a club doesn’t deliver instant success, nobody is naive enough to think that. But I do think the new way of working, the new energy, stimulates the environment and I think it’s going to be very positive. I could not possibly feel better about this appointment.” Emery with Ivan Gazidis at the Emirates Credit: Getty images Handed the title of head coach, rather than manager, Emery will have to work closely with head of recruitment Sven Mislintat over transfers, but he is not expecting to make big changes to the squad. “We think we need change, very little, a little bit with the players,” said Emery. “I know all the players, I think they are very important and I want to be with them. But I want to speak to them individually and to speak with them face to face. “I think it is about having belief in the players. We will have time to speak about where we need to improve, we have already touched on that a little bit. We do need to go into more detail but we have got that strong nucleus, if you like. “I’m the type of coach who has always worked really hard, not because I do it better than anyone else but because that is what I believe the most important thing is. “I’m very demanding of myself, I’m passionate and I really want to transmit that to the people around me – that we can and must improve in the future.” Unai Emery: what style can Arsenal expect from their new manager? Emery wasted no time in conveying his message within the club, as he addressed his new staff for the first time over a conference call. Ahead of his first press conference, Emery, together with Gazidis, told members of staff that he wanted to create a new history and a great future for Arsenal. Expanding on that point in front of the media, Emery said: “I think the most important thing is to connect with people and have those personal relationships. Heart to heart, head to head. The heart transmits emotion, the head transmits the intelligence. “So, it’s really important to have that connection both on a personal and collective level. What you are looking for is a shared experience. I’m a coach that has come from the second division, gone through to the first division, coached at Paris Saint-Germain and now at Arsenal. And, really, the essence of it all is people.”
Unai Emery says he will get 'fearless' Arsenal back on top
Unai Emery has promised that his Arsenal team will be fearless in their pursuit of restoring the club to the top of English football, despite chief executive Ivan Gazidis warning fans to be patient. Arsenal have handed Emery a three-year contract to succeed Arsene Wenger and the Spaniard will have to work with a strict £50 million transfer budget. Emery has admitted there is unlikely to be an overhaul of the squad which finished 37 points and five places behind Premier League champions Manchester City, but he is confident he can turn them into trophy hunters again. Asked whether Arsenal could catch City next season, Emery said: “That is our objective. Arsenal is a club with fantastic personality and identity, and I believe and the club has shown me that they believe. It is about showing that personality and showing the stature of this football club. “What we want to do is not fear any team, neither here in the Premier League nor in Europe, and our objective is to be among the best and to beat the best. “The target is to be a candidate and to challenge for the title. It is important for the club after two years outside of the Champions League to work this way. We need to be in the best club in the Premier League and in the world.” Gazidis is confident he has the right man to reunite the club and bring success but is aware progress may be slow. “I think we need to understand that success isn’t instant,” said Gazidis. “So, this is going to be a process. As Unai said, day after day you try to improve a little bit, you try to move forward. That’s what we have to do. “We have to work hard, we have to work well together and take this step by step. There are so many stories in sport of people who achieve things that were not believed possible at the beginning of the journey, because they focused on that process of just getting a little better every day. “It’s not going to be instant. So, this kind of significant change in a club doesn’t deliver instant success, nobody is naive enough to think that. But I do think the new way of working, the new energy, stimulates the environment and I think it’s going to be very positive. I could not possibly feel better about this appointment.” Emery with Ivan Gazidis at the Emirates Credit: Getty images Handed the title of head coach, rather than manager, Emery will have to work closely with head of recruitment Sven Mislintat over transfers, but he is not expecting to make big changes to the squad. “We think we need change, very little, a little bit with the players,” said Emery. “I know all the players, I think they are very important and I want to be with them. But I want to speak to them individually and to speak with them face to face. “I think it is about having belief in the players. We will have time to speak about where we need to improve, we have already touched on that a little bit. We do need to go into more detail but we have got that strong nucleus, if you like. “I’m the type of coach who has always worked really hard, not because I do it better than anyone else but because that is what I believe the most important thing is. “I’m very demanding of myself, I’m passionate and I really want to transmit that to the people around me – that we can and must improve in the future.” Unai Emery: what style can Arsenal expect from their new manager? Emery wasted no time in conveying his message within the club, as he addressed his new staff for the first time over a conference call. Ahead of his first press conference, Emery, together with Gazidis, told members of staff that he wanted to create a new history and a great future for Arsenal. Expanding on that point in front of the media, Emery said: “I think the most important thing is to connect with people and have those personal relationships. Heart to heart, head to head. The heart transmits emotion, the head transmits the intelligence. “So, it’s really important to have that connection both on a personal and collective level. What you are looking for is a shared experience. I’m a coach that has come from the second division, gone through to the first division, coached at Paris Saint-Germain and now at Arsenal. And, really, the essence of it all is people.”
Slavisa Jokanovic, the Fulham manager, has insisted he has not thought about his future beyond Saturday’s Championship play-off final, despite speculation that a string of key figures will leave the club if they cannot seal promotion to the Premier League. Jokanovic, who has turned Fulham into one of the Championship’s most attractive sides, has been linked with a move and is likely to be in demand this summer. Speaking ahead of the match against Aston Villa at Wembley, Jokanovic refused to discuss either his future or the prospect of key players leaving. Tom Cairney, Fulham’s captain, warned this month that the club needed to be in the Premier League next season if they wanted to keep the team together. Cairney has been linked with a move to West Ham United, while Ryan Sessegnon and Ryan Fredericks have also been targeted by top-flight clubs. Jokanovic, who has one year remaining on his deal, said: “I have a contract and that’s it. I am not thinking about the future. This game is so huge that I do not know what I am going to do on Sunday morning. “To be honest, I do not care. I am not thinking about this. I am only thinking about the job ahead of us. We want to fight to bring Fulham to the place we believe they belong.” The 49-year-old added that he believed Fulham could “dominate” Steve Bruce’s Villa with their high-intensity, possession-based style of football. Tom Cairney wants to be playing in the Premier League Credit: pa Fulham were defeated 2-1 at Villa Park in October, but won 2-0 when the sides met again in February. Jokanovic said his players would attempt to target Villa’s John Terry, the 37-year-old centre-back who played alongside Jokanovic at Chelsea from 2000 to 2002. “We are going to try to put against him some fast and some stronger players,” said Jokanovic. “I hope he will make some mistakes. This is the kind of impact I expect from his side. All of us can make mistakes. I expect some mistakes from his side and that’s it.” In Terry and James Chester, his defensive partner, Villa boast an experienced back-line, as well as former Premier League players Mile Jedinak, Glenn Whelan, Robert Snodgrass and Alan Hutton. Jokanovic, however, believes his younger side, who enjoyed a 23-game unbeaten run during the regular season, will have the required energy to overcome the more wily Villa, who finished fourth in the Championship, one place behind Fulham. “When you talk about experience, you are talking about the past,” Jokanovic said. “Terry is a fantastic player, Chester is a fantastic player. They have experience playing in this stadium. But probably they cannot be in their best level right now. “We are the youngest team, the team with more energy. We believe in our style. We believe we can dominate the situation. Experience in life is important but it is not everything.”
Slavisa Jokanovic unfazed by talk of Fulham players leaving if they do not get promoted
Slavisa Jokanovic, the Fulham manager, has insisted he has not thought about his future beyond Saturday’s Championship play-off final, despite speculation that a string of key figures will leave the club if they cannot seal promotion to the Premier League. Jokanovic, who has turned Fulham into one of the Championship’s most attractive sides, has been linked with a move and is likely to be in demand this summer. Speaking ahead of the match against Aston Villa at Wembley, Jokanovic refused to discuss either his future or the prospect of key players leaving. Tom Cairney, Fulham’s captain, warned this month that the club needed to be in the Premier League next season if they wanted to keep the team together. Cairney has been linked with a move to West Ham United, while Ryan Sessegnon and Ryan Fredericks have also been targeted by top-flight clubs. Jokanovic, who has one year remaining on his deal, said: “I have a contract and that’s it. I am not thinking about the future. This game is so huge that I do not know what I am going to do on Sunday morning. “To be honest, I do not care. I am not thinking about this. I am only thinking about the job ahead of us. We want to fight to bring Fulham to the place we believe they belong.” The 49-year-old added that he believed Fulham could “dominate” Steve Bruce’s Villa with their high-intensity, possession-based style of football. Tom Cairney wants to be playing in the Premier League Credit: pa Fulham were defeated 2-1 at Villa Park in October, but won 2-0 when the sides met again in February. Jokanovic said his players would attempt to target Villa’s John Terry, the 37-year-old centre-back who played alongside Jokanovic at Chelsea from 2000 to 2002. “We are going to try to put against him some fast and some stronger players,” said Jokanovic. “I hope he will make some mistakes. This is the kind of impact I expect from his side. All of us can make mistakes. I expect some mistakes from his side and that’s it.” In Terry and James Chester, his defensive partner, Villa boast an experienced back-line, as well as former Premier League players Mile Jedinak, Glenn Whelan, Robert Snodgrass and Alan Hutton. Jokanovic, however, believes his younger side, who enjoyed a 23-game unbeaten run during the regular season, will have the required energy to overcome the more wily Villa, who finished fourth in the Championship, one place behind Fulham. “When you talk about experience, you are talking about the past,” Jokanovic said. “Terry is a fantastic player, Chester is a fantastic player. They have experience playing in this stadium. But probably they cannot be in their best level right now. “We are the youngest team, the team with more energy. We believe in our style. We believe we can dominate the situation. Experience in life is important but it is not everything.”
Slavisa Jokanovic, the Fulham manager, has insisted he has not thought about his future beyond Saturday’s Championship play-off final, despite speculation that a string of key figures will leave the club if they cannot seal promotion to the Premier League. Jokanovic, who has turned Fulham into one of the Championship’s most attractive sides, has been linked with a move and is likely to be in demand this summer. Speaking ahead of the match against Aston Villa at Wembley, Jokanovic refused to discuss either his future or the prospect of key players leaving. Tom Cairney, Fulham’s captain, warned this month that the club needed to be in the Premier League next season if they wanted to keep the team together. Cairney has been linked with a move to West Ham United, while Ryan Sessegnon and Ryan Fredericks have also been targeted by top-flight clubs. Jokanovic, who has one year remaining on his deal, said: “I have a contract and that’s it. I am not thinking about the future. This game is so huge that I do not know what I am going to do on Sunday morning. “To be honest, I do not care. I am not thinking about this. I am only thinking about the job ahead of us. We want to fight to bring Fulham to the place we believe they belong.” The 49-year-old added that he believed Fulham could “dominate” Steve Bruce’s Villa with their high-intensity, possession-based style of football. Tom Cairney wants to be playing in the Premier League Credit: pa Fulham were defeated 2-1 at Villa Park in October, but won 2-0 when the sides met again in February. Jokanovic said his players would attempt to target Villa’s John Terry, the 37-year-old centre-back who played alongside Jokanovic at Chelsea from 2000 to 2002. “We are going to try to put against him some fast and some stronger players,” said Jokanovic. “I hope he will make some mistakes. This is the kind of impact I expect from his side. All of us can make mistakes. I expect some mistakes from his side and that’s it.” In Terry and James Chester, his defensive partner, Villa boast an experienced back-line, as well as former Premier League players Mile Jedinak, Glenn Whelan, Robert Snodgrass and Alan Hutton. Jokanovic, however, believes his younger side, who enjoyed a 23-game unbeaten run during the regular season, will have the required energy to overcome the more wily Villa, who finished fourth in the Championship, one place behind Fulham. “When you talk about experience, you are talking about the past,” Jokanovic said. “Terry is a fantastic player, Chester is a fantastic player. They have experience playing in this stadium. But probably they cannot be in their best level right now. “We are the youngest team, the team with more energy. We believe in our style. We believe we can dominate the situation. Experience in life is important but it is not everything.”
Slavisa Jokanovic unfazed by talk of Fulham players leaving if they do not get promoted
Slavisa Jokanovic, the Fulham manager, has insisted he has not thought about his future beyond Saturday’s Championship play-off final, despite speculation that a string of key figures will leave the club if they cannot seal promotion to the Premier League. Jokanovic, who has turned Fulham into one of the Championship’s most attractive sides, has been linked with a move and is likely to be in demand this summer. Speaking ahead of the match against Aston Villa at Wembley, Jokanovic refused to discuss either his future or the prospect of key players leaving. Tom Cairney, Fulham’s captain, warned this month that the club needed to be in the Premier League next season if they wanted to keep the team together. Cairney has been linked with a move to West Ham United, while Ryan Sessegnon and Ryan Fredericks have also been targeted by top-flight clubs. Jokanovic, who has one year remaining on his deal, said: “I have a contract and that’s it. I am not thinking about the future. This game is so huge that I do not know what I am going to do on Sunday morning. “To be honest, I do not care. I am not thinking about this. I am only thinking about the job ahead of us. We want to fight to bring Fulham to the place we believe they belong.” The 49-year-old added that he believed Fulham could “dominate” Steve Bruce’s Villa with their high-intensity, possession-based style of football. Tom Cairney wants to be playing in the Premier League Credit: pa Fulham were defeated 2-1 at Villa Park in October, but won 2-0 when the sides met again in February. Jokanovic said his players would attempt to target Villa’s John Terry, the 37-year-old centre-back who played alongside Jokanovic at Chelsea from 2000 to 2002. “We are going to try to put against him some fast and some stronger players,” said Jokanovic. “I hope he will make some mistakes. This is the kind of impact I expect from his side. All of us can make mistakes. I expect some mistakes from his side and that’s it.” In Terry and James Chester, his defensive partner, Villa boast an experienced back-line, as well as former Premier League players Mile Jedinak, Glenn Whelan, Robert Snodgrass and Alan Hutton. Jokanovic, however, believes his younger side, who enjoyed a 23-game unbeaten run during the regular season, will have the required energy to overcome the more wily Villa, who finished fourth in the Championship, one place behind Fulham. “When you talk about experience, you are talking about the past,” Jokanovic said. “Terry is a fantastic player, Chester is a fantastic player. They have experience playing in this stadium. But probably they cannot be in their best level right now. “We are the youngest team, the team with more energy. We believe in our style. We believe we can dominate the situation. Experience in life is important but it is not everything.”
Cricketer Andre Russell plays a shot during an Indian Premier League game in West Bengal (AFP Photo/Dibyangshu SARKAR)
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Cricketer Andre Russell plays a shot during an Indian Premier League game in West Bengal (AFP Photo/Dibyangshu SARKAR)
Liverpool and Real Madrid put on a Premier League versus La Liga showdown in Ukraine this weekend.
Three key battles for Champions League Final
Liverpool and Real Madrid put on a Premier League versus La Liga showdown in Ukraine this weekend.
Liverpool and Real Madrid put on a Premier League versus La Liga showdown in Ukraine this weekend.
Three key battles for Champions League Final
Liverpool and Real Madrid put on a Premier League versus La Liga showdown in Ukraine this weekend.
Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) skipper Dinesh Karthik said they were under pressure in the Eliminator against Rajasthan Royals but eventually came up trumps to win by 25 runs and make Qualifier 2 of the Indian Premier League (IPL) here on Wednesday.
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Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) skipper Dinesh Karthik said they were under pressure in the Eliminator against Rajasthan Royals but eventually came up trumps to win by 25 runs and make Qualifier 2 of the Indian Premier League (IPL) here on Wednesday.
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis welcomed Unai Emery as his club's manager and claimed the Gunners' job is the most attractive in world football.
Premier League: Arsenal manager's job most attractive in football, says CEO Ivan Gazidis
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis welcomed Unai Emery as his club's manager and claimed the Gunners' job is the most attractive in world football.
Yaya Toure believes he would be a good “teacher” to Paul Pogba as the outgoing Manchester City midfielder admitted he would not rule out a move to Old Trafford. Toure is a free agent this summer after Pep Guardiola opted not to renew his contract at the Premier League champions but the Ivorian midfielder has indicated that he would not be averse to making the switch across the city to rivals Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is in the market for at least one central midfielder following the retirement of Michael Carrick, with United working on a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk’s Fred. But Mourinho could be forced into the market for a second midfielder if Marouane Fellaini, who has attracted interest from AC Milan, fails to agree a new contract. With United already targeting two full backs, a centre-half and a winger, Toure would be a relatively cheap midfield option for Mourinho. And the 35-year-old says he would be open to the transfer, despite his allegiance to City where he spent eight years, as he weighs up his next career move. Maroane Fellaini could leave Untied this summer, too Credit: AFP “Yeah he just left,” Toure said about Carrick’s retirement at United. “Let’s see, let’s see. I don’t rule big teams out. The big teams are very important for me. What they want to achieve, the way they want to go, for me is very important. “I want to go somewhere I can win and achieve. It’s going to be hard one day to play against City, but I have to do that. It is part of my job. I’ve been playing football for such a long time, I’m no good in the office or something else. I am good in football. “To see myself at a different club is going to be difficult. I have been such a big part of City for such a long time now. I just want to say that definitely I will continue to play at a high level – Champions League or Europa League. I want to play two more years. They have to be in the higher level and then I can do something else.” Toure, who is keen to stay in England despite offers from China, the Middle East and America, believes he could also help improve Pogba, whose future at Old Trafford is uncertain after a deeply disappointing second season at Old Trafford. Pogba’s erratic form since the turn of the year has coincided with the Frenchman’s increasingly strained relationship with Mourinho but Toure believes he could be a mentor to the United midfielder. Pogba has failed to fully convince at United Credit: Reuters “I love Paul Pogba,” Toure told the Manchester Evening News. “It’s difficult because of the way the media has treated him. We don’t have the same characteristics because for me I was involved in all the balls, I ran everywhere. I liked that. I was prepared for that. I was working for that for a long time. “When I was in the academy in Africa I had to run everywhere, get box to box in 50 seconds. “Pogba is the same size, power – but different in the way he wants to go, technically as well, the ability to score goals as well. It is a player I want to play with, to be honest, just to teach him some things. “Pogba is a great player. He’s a fantastic player. He’s a little bit young at the moment. “Criticism is a part of life. If they criticise you it’s because they want you to be good or be better. I’ve been criticised and I love to be criticised. I like it. I don’t mind if people talk about me – it’s good. It means I have to achieve, I have to be better. Even if you continue to be at the peak of your game, sometimes they are going to find something to tell you. It’s part of life. We have to deal with that.” Asked if he genuinely saw his next move at United, Toure sounded a note of caution. “No, no, no, no. The fans are going to kill me!” he laughed.
Yaya Toure open to moving to Man Utd where he could 'teach Paul Pogba some things'
Yaya Toure believes he would be a good “teacher” to Paul Pogba as the outgoing Manchester City midfielder admitted he would not rule out a move to Old Trafford. Toure is a free agent this summer after Pep Guardiola opted not to renew his contract at the Premier League champions but the Ivorian midfielder has indicated that he would not be averse to making the switch across the city to rivals Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is in the market for at least one central midfielder following the retirement of Michael Carrick, with United working on a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk’s Fred. But Mourinho could be forced into the market for a second midfielder if Marouane Fellaini, who has attracted interest from AC Milan, fails to agree a new contract. With United already targeting two full backs, a centre-half and a winger, Toure would be a relatively cheap midfield option for Mourinho. And the 35-year-old says he would be open to the transfer, despite his allegiance to City where he spent eight years, as he weighs up his next career move. Maroane Fellaini could leave Untied this summer, too Credit: AFP “Yeah he just left,” Toure said about Carrick’s retirement at United. “Let’s see, let’s see. I don’t rule big teams out. The big teams are very important for me. What they want to achieve, the way they want to go, for me is very important. “I want to go somewhere I can win and achieve. It’s going to be hard one day to play against City, but I have to do that. It is part of my job. I’ve been playing football for such a long time, I’m no good in the office or something else. I am good in football. “To see myself at a different club is going to be difficult. I have been such a big part of City for such a long time now. I just want to say that definitely I will continue to play at a high level – Champions League or Europa League. I want to play two more years. They have to be in the higher level and then I can do something else.” Toure, who is keen to stay in England despite offers from China, the Middle East and America, believes he could also help improve Pogba, whose future at Old Trafford is uncertain after a deeply disappointing second season at Old Trafford. Pogba’s erratic form since the turn of the year has coincided with the Frenchman’s increasingly strained relationship with Mourinho but Toure believes he could be a mentor to the United midfielder. Pogba has failed to fully convince at United Credit: Reuters “I love Paul Pogba,” Toure told the Manchester Evening News. “It’s difficult because of the way the media has treated him. We don’t have the same characteristics because for me I was involved in all the balls, I ran everywhere. I liked that. I was prepared for that. I was working for that for a long time. “When I was in the academy in Africa I had to run everywhere, get box to box in 50 seconds. “Pogba is the same size, power – but different in the way he wants to go, technically as well, the ability to score goals as well. It is a player I want to play with, to be honest, just to teach him some things. “Pogba is a great player. He’s a fantastic player. He’s a little bit young at the moment. “Criticism is a part of life. If they criticise you it’s because they want you to be good or be better. I’ve been criticised and I love to be criticised. I like it. I don’t mind if people talk about me – it’s good. It means I have to achieve, I have to be better. Even if you continue to be at the peak of your game, sometimes they are going to find something to tell you. It’s part of life. We have to deal with that.” Asked if he genuinely saw his next move at United, Toure sounded a note of caution. “No, no, no, no. The fans are going to kill me!” he laughed.
Yaya Toure believes he would be a good “teacher” to Paul Pogba as the outgoing Manchester City midfielder admitted he would not rule out a move to Old Trafford. Toure is a free agent this summer after Pep Guardiola opted not to renew his contract at the Premier League champions but the Ivorian midfielder has indicated that he would not be averse to making the switch across the city to rivals Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is in the market for at least one central midfielder following the retirement of Michael Carrick, with United working on a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk’s Fred. But Mourinho could be forced into the market for a second midfielder if Marouane Fellaini, who has attracted interest from AC Milan, fails to agree a new contract. With United already targeting two full backs, a centre-half and a winger, Toure would be a relatively cheap midfield option for Mourinho. And the 35-year-old says he would be open to the transfer, despite his allegiance to City where he spent eight years, as he weighs up his next career move. Maroane Fellaini could leave Untied this summer, too Credit: AFP “Yeah he just left,” Toure said about Carrick’s retirement at United. “Let’s see, let’s see. I don’t rule big teams out. The big teams are very important for me. What they want to achieve, the way they want to go, for me is very important. “I want to go somewhere I can win and achieve. It’s going to be hard one day to play against City, but I have to do that. It is part of my job. I’ve been playing football for such a long time, I’m no good in the office or something else. I am good in football. “To see myself at a different club is going to be difficult. I have been such a big part of City for such a long time now. I just want to say that definitely I will continue to play at a high level – Champions League or Europa League. I want to play two more years. They have to be in the higher level and then I can do something else.” Toure, who is keen to stay in England despite offers from China, the Middle East and America, believes he could also help improve Pogba, whose future at Old Trafford is uncertain after a deeply disappointing second season at Old Trafford. Pogba’s erratic form since the turn of the year has coincided with the Frenchman’s increasingly strained relationship with Mourinho but Toure believes he could be a mentor to the United midfielder. Pogba has failed to fully convince at United Credit: Reuters “I love Paul Pogba,” Toure told the Manchester Evening News. “It’s difficult because of the way the media has treated him. We don’t have the same characteristics because for me I was involved in all the balls, I ran everywhere. I liked that. I was prepared for that. I was working for that for a long time. “When I was in the academy in Africa I had to run everywhere, get box to box in 50 seconds. “Pogba is the same size, power – but different in the way he wants to go, technically as well, the ability to score goals as well. It is a player I want to play with, to be honest, just to teach him some things. “Pogba is a great player. He’s a fantastic player. He’s a little bit young at the moment. “Criticism is a part of life. If they criticise you it’s because they want you to be good or be better. I’ve been criticised and I love to be criticised. I like it. I don’t mind if people talk about me – it’s good. It means I have to achieve, I have to be better. Even if you continue to be at the peak of your game, sometimes they are going to find something to tell you. It’s part of life. We have to deal with that.” Asked if he genuinely saw his next move at United, Toure sounded a note of caution. “No, no, no, no. The fans are going to kill me!” he laughed.
Yaya Toure open to moving to Man Utd where he could 'teach Paul Pogba some things'
Yaya Toure believes he would be a good “teacher” to Paul Pogba as the outgoing Manchester City midfielder admitted he would not rule out a move to Old Trafford. Toure is a free agent this summer after Pep Guardiola opted not to renew his contract at the Premier League champions but the Ivorian midfielder has indicated that he would not be averse to making the switch across the city to rivals Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is in the market for at least one central midfielder following the retirement of Michael Carrick, with United working on a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk’s Fred. But Mourinho could be forced into the market for a second midfielder if Marouane Fellaini, who has attracted interest from AC Milan, fails to agree a new contract. With United already targeting two full backs, a centre-half and a winger, Toure would be a relatively cheap midfield option for Mourinho. And the 35-year-old says he would be open to the transfer, despite his allegiance to City where he spent eight years, as he weighs up his next career move. Maroane Fellaini could leave Untied this summer, too Credit: AFP “Yeah he just left,” Toure said about Carrick’s retirement at United. “Let’s see, let’s see. I don’t rule big teams out. The big teams are very important for me. What they want to achieve, the way they want to go, for me is very important. “I want to go somewhere I can win and achieve. It’s going to be hard one day to play against City, but I have to do that. It is part of my job. I’ve been playing football for such a long time, I’m no good in the office or something else. I am good in football. “To see myself at a different club is going to be difficult. I have been such a big part of City for such a long time now. I just want to say that definitely I will continue to play at a high level – Champions League or Europa League. I want to play two more years. They have to be in the higher level and then I can do something else.” Toure, who is keen to stay in England despite offers from China, the Middle East and America, believes he could also help improve Pogba, whose future at Old Trafford is uncertain after a deeply disappointing second season at Old Trafford. Pogba’s erratic form since the turn of the year has coincided with the Frenchman’s increasingly strained relationship with Mourinho but Toure believes he could be a mentor to the United midfielder. Pogba has failed to fully convince at United Credit: Reuters “I love Paul Pogba,” Toure told the Manchester Evening News. “It’s difficult because of the way the media has treated him. We don’t have the same characteristics because for me I was involved in all the balls, I ran everywhere. I liked that. I was prepared for that. I was working for that for a long time. “When I was in the academy in Africa I had to run everywhere, get box to box in 50 seconds. “Pogba is the same size, power – but different in the way he wants to go, technically as well, the ability to score goals as well. It is a player I want to play with, to be honest, just to teach him some things. “Pogba is a great player. He’s a fantastic player. He’s a little bit young at the moment. “Criticism is a part of life. If they criticise you it’s because they want you to be good or be better. I’ve been criticised and I love to be criticised. I like it. I don’t mind if people talk about me – it’s good. It means I have to achieve, I have to be better. Even if you continue to be at the peak of your game, sometimes they are going to find something to tell you. It’s part of life. We have to deal with that.” Asked if he genuinely saw his next move at United, Toure sounded a note of caution. “No, no, no, no. The fans are going to kill me!” he laughed.
Yaya Toure believes he would be a good “teacher” to Paul Pogba as the outgoing Manchester City midfielder admitted he would not rule out a move to Old Trafford. Toure is a free agent this summer after Pep Guardiola opted not to renew his contract at the Premier League champions but the Ivorian midfielder has indicated that he would not be averse to making the switch across the city to rivals Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is in the market for at least one central midfielder following the retirement of Michael Carrick, with United working on a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk’s Fred. But Mourinho could be forced into the market for a second midfielder if Marouane Fellaini, who has attracted interest from AC Milan, fails to agree a new contract. With United already targeting two full backs, a centre-half and a winger, Toure would be a relatively cheap midfield option for Mourinho. And the 35-year-old says he would be open to the transfer, despite his allegiance to City where he spent eight years, as he weighs up his next career move. Maroane Fellaini could leave Untied this summer, too Credit: AFP “Yeah he just left,” Toure said about Carrick’s retirement at United. “Let’s see, let’s see. I don’t rule big teams out. The big teams are very important for me. What they want to achieve, the way they want to go, for me is very important. “I want to go somewhere I can win and achieve. It’s going to be hard one day to play against City, but I have to do that. It is part of my job. I’ve been playing football for such a long time, I’m no good in the office or something else. I am good in football. “To see myself at a different club is going to be difficult. I have been such a big part of City for such a long time now. I just want to say that definitely I will continue to play at a high level – Champions League or Europa League. I want to play two more years. They have to be in the higher level and then I can do something else.” Toure, who is keen to stay in England despite offers from China, the Middle East and America, believes he could also help improve Pogba, whose future at Old Trafford is uncertain after a deeply disappointing second season at Old Trafford. Pogba’s erratic form since the turn of the year has coincided with the Frenchman’s increasingly strained relationship with Mourinho but Toure believes he could be a mentor to the United midfielder. Pogba has failed to fully convince at United Credit: Reuters “I love Paul Pogba,” Toure told the Manchester Evening News. “It’s difficult because of the way the media has treated him. We don’t have the same characteristics because for me I was involved in all the balls, I ran everywhere. I liked that. I was prepared for that. I was working for that for a long time. “When I was in the academy in Africa I had to run everywhere, get box to box in 50 seconds. “Pogba is the same size, power – but different in the way he wants to go, technically as well, the ability to score goals as well. It is a player I want to play with, to be honest, just to teach him some things. “Pogba is a great player. He’s a fantastic player. He’s a little bit young at the moment. “Criticism is a part of life. If they criticise you it’s because they want you to be good or be better. I’ve been criticised and I love to be criticised. I like it. I don’t mind if people talk about me – it’s good. It means I have to achieve, I have to be better. Even if you continue to be at the peak of your game, sometimes they are going to find something to tell you. It’s part of life. We have to deal with that.” Asked if he genuinely saw his next move at United, Toure sounded a note of caution. “No, no, no, no. The fans are going to kill me!” he laughed.
Yaya Toure open to moving to Man Utd where he could 'teach Paul Pogba some things'
Yaya Toure believes he would be a good “teacher” to Paul Pogba as the outgoing Manchester City midfielder admitted he would not rule out a move to Old Trafford. Toure is a free agent this summer after Pep Guardiola opted not to renew his contract at the Premier League champions but the Ivorian midfielder has indicated that he would not be averse to making the switch across the city to rivals Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is in the market for at least one central midfielder following the retirement of Michael Carrick, with United working on a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk’s Fred. But Mourinho could be forced into the market for a second midfielder if Marouane Fellaini, who has attracted interest from AC Milan, fails to agree a new contract. With United already targeting two full backs, a centre-half and a winger, Toure would be a relatively cheap midfield option for Mourinho. And the 35-year-old says he would be open to the transfer, despite his allegiance to City where he spent eight years, as he weighs up his next career move. Maroane Fellaini could leave Untied this summer, too Credit: AFP “Yeah he just left,” Toure said about Carrick’s retirement at United. “Let’s see, let’s see. I don’t rule big teams out. The big teams are very important for me. What they want to achieve, the way they want to go, for me is very important. “I want to go somewhere I can win and achieve. It’s going to be hard one day to play against City, but I have to do that. It is part of my job. I’ve been playing football for such a long time, I’m no good in the office or something else. I am good in football. “To see myself at a different club is going to be difficult. I have been such a big part of City for such a long time now. I just want to say that definitely I will continue to play at a high level – Champions League or Europa League. I want to play two more years. They have to be in the higher level and then I can do something else.” Toure, who is keen to stay in England despite offers from China, the Middle East and America, believes he could also help improve Pogba, whose future at Old Trafford is uncertain after a deeply disappointing second season at Old Trafford. Pogba’s erratic form since the turn of the year has coincided with the Frenchman’s increasingly strained relationship with Mourinho but Toure believes he could be a mentor to the United midfielder. Pogba has failed to fully convince at United Credit: Reuters “I love Paul Pogba,” Toure told the Manchester Evening News. “It’s difficult because of the way the media has treated him. We don’t have the same characteristics because for me I was involved in all the balls, I ran everywhere. I liked that. I was prepared for that. I was working for that for a long time. “When I was in the academy in Africa I had to run everywhere, get box to box in 50 seconds. “Pogba is the same size, power – but different in the way he wants to go, technically as well, the ability to score goals as well. It is a player I want to play with, to be honest, just to teach him some things. “Pogba is a great player. He’s a fantastic player. He’s a little bit young at the moment. “Criticism is a part of life. If they criticise you it’s because they want you to be good or be better. I’ve been criticised and I love to be criticised. I like it. I don’t mind if people talk about me – it’s good. It means I have to achieve, I have to be better. Even if you continue to be at the peak of your game, sometimes they are going to find something to tell you. It’s part of life. We have to deal with that.” Asked if he genuinely saw his next move at United, Toure sounded a note of caution. “No, no, no, no. The fans are going to kill me!” he laughed.
Kolkata Knight Riders snatched victory from the jaws of defeat as they came out on top against Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Eliminator by 25 runs at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Wednesday.
IPL 2018: Kolkata Register Convincing Win Over Rajasthan, To Meet Hyderabad for a Place in Final
Kolkata Knight Riders snatched victory from the jaws of defeat as they came out on top against Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL) Eliminator by 25 runs at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Wednesday.
Goal fait le tour des dernières infos transferts et rumeurs de mercato en Ligue 1, Serie A, Premier League, Liga et Bundesliga.
Infos mercato et rumeurs de transfert en direct : Lucas Perez de retour à Arsenal ?
Goal fait le tour des dernières infos transferts et rumeurs de mercato en Ligue 1, Serie A, Premier League, Liga et Bundesliga.
<p>Arsenal announces former Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery as their new boss, handing him the daunting task of revitalising a club that has slipped well behind their Premier League rivals. Emery took the opportunity to thank English club&#39;s former coach Arsene Wenger.</p>
Arsenal appoint former PSG coach Unai Emery as Wenger successor

Arsenal announces former Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery as their new boss, handing him the daunting task of revitalising a club that has slipped well behind their Premier League rivals. Emery took the opportunity to thank English club's former coach Arsene Wenger.

<p>Arsenal announces former Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery as their new boss, handing him the daunting task of revitalising a club that has slipped well behind their Premier League rivals. Emery took the opportunity to thank English club&#39;s former coach Arsene Wenger.</p>
Arsenal appoint former PSG coach Unai Emery as Wenger successor

Arsenal announces former Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery as their new boss, handing him the daunting task of revitalising a club that has slipped well behind their Premier League rivals. Emery took the opportunity to thank English club's former coach Arsene Wenger.

<p>Arsenal announces former Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery as their new boss, handing him the daunting task of revitalising a club that has slipped well behind their Premier League rivals. Emery took the opportunity to thank English club&#39;s former coach Arsene Wenger.</p>
Arsenal appoint former PSG coach Unai Emery as Wenger successor

Arsenal announces former Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery as their new boss, handing him the daunting task of revitalising a club that has slipped well behind their Premier League rivals. Emery took the opportunity to thank English club's former coach Arsene Wenger.

Manuel Pellegrini was confirmed as Hammers boss on Tuesday and immediately targeted &quot;four or five&quot; new signings.
Premier League: West Ham United promise new manager Manuel Pellegrini 'major funds' to rebuild side
Manuel Pellegrini was confirmed as Hammers boss on Tuesday and immediately targeted "four or five" new signings.
The Porcupine Warriors claimed full points on Wednesday as the league leaders suffered a setback in Berekum
Matchday 13 wrap: Kotoko win as Medeama fall on Ghana Premier League return
The Porcupine Warriors claimed full points on Wednesday as the league leaders suffered a setback in Berekum
Everton’s new director of football Marcel Brands has vowed to appoint a ‘modern’ manager as the club closes in on Marco Silva. Setting out his vision for Goodison Park, Brands says confirming the replacement to Sam Allardyce is his priority, and he wants a manager who ‘wants to work with young players’. “The priority in the first month is the first team and to be ready for the start of the next Premier League season,” said Brands. “The first thing is a new manager. I think it is important that he wants to work in the new philosophy, the new strategy of how we want to work with a director of football. I think it is important that he creates the environment for the long-term, and I think it is important that he is a modern coach. If you think about what Everton’s plans are, I think a modern coach will fit into that profile. “Then his philosophy and how he wants to play is important. I think it has to be a coach who wants to work with young players.” Premier League club-by-club review Brands will be holding talks with Ademola Lookman&#39;s representatives in an effort to convince the exciting forward his future is at Goodison Park rather than RB Leipzig, where he enjoyed a successful loan period. “I have watched several Everton games and I have looked at the players. I also saw some who were on loan to other clubs but if we are going to take decisions about players it is important the manager is involved because he is going to work with them every day,” said Brands. “I will take care of the long-term strategy but the first job now is to find a manager as soon as possible and straight away go to work with the squad.”
New Everton chief vows to appoint 'modern' manager as club closes in on Marco Silva
Everton’s new director of football Marcel Brands has vowed to appoint a ‘modern’ manager as the club closes in on Marco Silva. Setting out his vision for Goodison Park, Brands says confirming the replacement to Sam Allardyce is his priority, and he wants a manager who ‘wants to work with young players’. “The priority in the first month is the first team and to be ready for the start of the next Premier League season,” said Brands. “The first thing is a new manager. I think it is important that he wants to work in the new philosophy, the new strategy of how we want to work with a director of football. I think it is important that he creates the environment for the long-term, and I think it is important that he is a modern coach. If you think about what Everton’s plans are, I think a modern coach will fit into that profile. “Then his philosophy and how he wants to play is important. I think it has to be a coach who wants to work with young players.” Premier League club-by-club review Brands will be holding talks with Ademola Lookman's representatives in an effort to convince the exciting forward his future is at Goodison Park rather than RB Leipzig, where he enjoyed a successful loan period. “I have watched several Everton games and I have looked at the players. I also saw some who were on loan to other clubs but if we are going to take decisions about players it is important the manager is involved because he is going to work with them every day,” said Brands. “I will take care of the long-term strategy but the first job now is to find a manager as soon as possible and straight away go to work with the squad.”
VIDEO PREMIER LEAGUE - Unai Emery, nommé à la tête d?Arsenal, a été présenté ce mercredi à la presse. L&#39;ancien entraineur du Paris-SG a partagé son bonheur de succéder à Arsène Wenger.
Foot - ANG - Arsenal : Emery «Ce challenge est un rêve»
VIDEO PREMIER LEAGUE - Unai Emery, nommé à la tête d?Arsenal, a été présenté ce mercredi à la presse. L'ancien entraineur du Paris-SG a partagé son bonheur de succéder à Arsène Wenger.
VIDEO PREMIER LEAGUE - Unai Emery, nommé à la tête d?Arsenal, a été présenté ce mercredi à la presse. L&#39;ancien entraineur du Paris-SG a partagé son bonheur de succéder à Arsène Wenger.
Foot - ANG - Arsenal : Emery «Ce challenge est un rêve»
VIDEO PREMIER LEAGUE - Unai Emery, nommé à la tête d?Arsenal, a été présenté ce mercredi à la presse. L'ancien entraineur du Paris-SG a partagé son bonheur de succéder à Arsène Wenger.
VIDEO PREMIER LEAGUE - Unai Emery, nommé à la tête d?Arsenal, a été présenté ce mercredi à la presse. L'ancien entraineur du Paris-SG a partagé son bonheur de succéder à Arsène Wenger.
Foot - ANG - Arsenal : Emery «Ce challenge est un rêve»
VIDEO PREMIER LEAGUE - Unai Emery, nommé à la tête d?Arsenal, a été présenté ce mercredi à la presse. L'ancien entraineur du Paris-SG a partagé son bonheur de succéder à Arsène Wenger.
VIDEO PREMIER LEAGUE - Unai Emery, nommé à la tête d?Arsenal, a été présenté ce mercredi à la presse. L&#39;ancien entraineur du Paris-SG a partagé son bonheur de succéder à Arsène Wenger.
Foot - ANG - Arsenal : Emery «Ce challenge est un rêve»
VIDEO PREMIER LEAGUE - Unai Emery, nommé à la tête d?Arsenal, a été présenté ce mercredi à la presse. L'ancien entraineur du Paris-SG a partagé son bonheur de succéder à Arsène Wenger.
The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are all set to play the Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 on Wednesday. The match is scheduled to be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata which has been the fortress for KKR Captain Dinesh Karthik and team. This is the last chance for both the sides to get a step closer to the finale. The Knights comparatively look strong on-paper while the Royals have been extremely lucky as far as their entry into the playoffs is concerned. While the losing team will be ousted from the tournament, the winner will later face the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on May 25 in the qualifier 2.
IPL 2018 Eliminator: A do-or-die game for KKR and RR
The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are all set to play the Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 on Wednesday. The match is scheduled to be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata which has been the fortress for KKR Captain Dinesh Karthik and team. This is the last chance for both the sides to get a step closer to the finale. The Knights comparatively look strong on-paper while the Royals have been extremely lucky as far as their entry into the playoffs is concerned. While the losing team will be ousted from the tournament, the winner will later face the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on May 25 in the qualifier 2.
The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are all set to play the Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 on Wednesday. The match is scheduled to be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata which has been the fortress for KKR Captain Dinesh Karthik and team. This is the last chance for both the sides to get a step closer to the finale. The Knights comparatively look strong on-paper while the Royals have been extremely lucky as far as their entry into the playoffs is concerned. While the losing team will be ousted from the tournament, the winner will later face the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on May 25 in the qualifier 2.
IPL 2018 Eliminator: A do-or-die game for KKR and RR
The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are all set to play the Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 on Wednesday. The match is scheduled to be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata which has been the fortress for KKR Captain Dinesh Karthik and team. This is the last chance for both the sides to get a step closer to the finale. The Knights comparatively look strong on-paper while the Royals have been extremely lucky as far as their entry into the playoffs is concerned. While the losing team will be ousted from the tournament, the winner will later face the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on May 25 in the qualifier 2.
The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are all set to play the Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 on Wednesday. The match is scheduled to be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata which has been the fortress for KKR Captain Dinesh Karthik and team. This is the last chance for both the sides to get a step closer to the finale. The Knights comparatively look strong on-paper while the Royals have been extremely lucky as far as their entry into the playoffs is concerned. While the losing team will be ousted from the tournament, the winner will later face the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on May 25 in the qualifier 2.
IPL 2018 Eliminator: A do-or-die game for KKR and RR
The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are all set to play the Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 on Wednesday. The match is scheduled to be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata which has been the fortress for KKR Captain Dinesh Karthik and team. This is the last chance for both the sides to get a step closer to the finale. The Knights comparatively look strong on-paper while the Royals have been extremely lucky as far as their entry into the playoffs is concerned. While the losing team will be ousted from the tournament, the winner will later face the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on May 25 in the qualifier 2.
The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are all set to play the Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 on Wednesday. The match is scheduled to be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata which has been the fortress for KKR Captain Dinesh Karthik and team. This is the last chance for both the sides to get a step closer to the finale. The Knights comparatively look strong on-paper while the Royals have been extremely lucky as far as their entry into the playoffs is concerned. While the losing team will be ousted from the tournament, the winner will later face the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on May 25 in the qualifier 2.
IPL 2018 Eliminator: A do-or-die game for KKR and RR
The Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) are all set to play the Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the eliminator of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 on Wednesday. The match is scheduled to be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata which has been the fortress for KKR Captain Dinesh Karthik and team. This is the last chance for both the sides to get a step closer to the finale. The Knights comparatively look strong on-paper while the Royals have been extremely lucky as far as their entry into the playoffs is concerned. While the losing team will be ousted from the tournament, the winner will later face the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on May 25 in the qualifier 2.
DC United coach Ben Olsen confirmed earlier this month that the club were interested in bringing Rooney to America but said the deal is not done.
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DC United coach Ben Olsen confirmed earlier this month that the club were interested in bringing Rooney to America but said the deal is not done.
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Jose Mourinho is hoping to make Fred his first signing of a busy summer as Manchester United move closer to securing an initial £44 million deal with Shakhtar Donetsk for the Brazil midfielder. United are also hoping to take advantage of Mauricio Pochettino’s desire for Tottenham Hotspur to do their transfer business early in the pursuit of £50 million plus rated Belgium defender Toby Alderweireld. Fred, 25, who is represented by Gilberto Silva, the former Arsenal midfielder, is due in the north west when Brazil play Croatia in a friendly at Anfield on Sunday week and Mourinho wants a deal wrapped up before the energetic defensive midfielder flies to Russia for the World Cup finals. The fee could top £50 million with add ons. Shakhtar have lined up Maycon from Corinthians as a replacement. Manchester City had been the original frontrunners for Fred, who had set his sights on a move to the Premier League champions in January. But City cooled their interest when United entered the bidding and Shakhtar inflated the price, prompting Etihad officials to eventually walk away and turn their attentions instead to Jorginho, Napoli’s Italy midfielder. City backed out of a deal for Alexis Sanchez in similar circumstances after balking at the sums involved before the Chile striker moved to Old Trafford from Arsenal in January. Can Mourinho be trusted to spend effectively this summer? Assuming Paul Pogba stays at United this summer, Mourinho envisages Fred forming a midfield trio with the Frenchman and Nemanja Matic. However, Mourinho will be forced into the market for another midfielder if Marouane Fellaini leaves with the Belgian still to agree a new contract and/or a huge offer is tabled for Pogba and the manager opts to cash in. It promises to be a hectic summer at United, with Mourinho also targeting two full backs and a winger in addition to a centre-half. The prospect of making five signings may be optimistic, though, given how a shortened transfer window is compounded by the World Cup. Mourinho would also like Alderweireld in place before the start of the World Cup on June 14 but negotiating with Daniel Levy, the Spurs chairman, has proven a taxing experience in the past. Nonetheless, Pochettino has made it clear to Levy, both publicly and in private talks, that he wants the club to conduct their business earlier than in previous summers, both in terms of ins and outs, and United hope that stance could assist their efforts with Alderweireld. Hit or miss? | Mourinho&#39;s United signings It would still take a huge offer to persuade Levy to sell to a direct English rival for the Champions League places. Alderweireld is available for £25 million next summer [2019] under the terms of his contract, which has two years to run, but Spurs want more than double that this summer. Ed Woodward, the United executive vice-chairman, is under pressure from Mourinho to move swiftly but it remains to be seen if he is prepared to go the extra yard to secure the services of Alderweireld, who, at 29, would have little resale value. Woodward was unwilling to meet Inter Milan’s £49 million asking price for Croatia winger Ivan Perisic last summer, much to Mourinho’s frustration, because it was considered an excessive sum for a player who was 28 at the time. Pochettino is a keen admirer of Anthony Martial but United are thought to be opposed to selling the France forward, who has also attracted interest from Chelsea, to an English club. If Tottenham insisted on taking Martial as part of any negotiations over Alderweireld, a deal for the defender could break down and force United to pursue other targets. Defenders Matteo Darmian, who is attracted interest from Juventus, and Daley Blind, who Inter, Roma and Ajax are monitoring, will head a clear out at Old Trafford.
Fred moves closer to joining Man Utd in £44m transfer
Jose Mourinho is hoping to make Fred his first signing of a busy summer as Manchester United move closer to securing an initial £44 million deal with Shakhtar Donetsk for the Brazil midfielder. United are also hoping to take advantage of Mauricio Pochettino’s desire for Tottenham Hotspur to do their transfer business early in the pursuit of £50 million plus rated Belgium defender Toby Alderweireld. Fred, 25, who is represented by Gilberto Silva, the former Arsenal midfielder, is due in the north west when Brazil play Croatia in a friendly at Anfield on Sunday week and Mourinho wants a deal wrapped up before the energetic defensive midfielder flies to Russia for the World Cup finals. The fee could top £50 million with add ons. Shakhtar have lined up Maycon from Corinthians as a replacement. Manchester City had been the original frontrunners for Fred, who had set his sights on a move to the Premier League champions in January. But City cooled their interest when United entered the bidding and Shakhtar inflated the price, prompting Etihad officials to eventually walk away and turn their attentions instead to Jorginho, Napoli’s Italy midfielder. City backed out of a deal for Alexis Sanchez in similar circumstances after balking at the sums involved before the Chile striker moved to Old Trafford from Arsenal in January. Can Mourinho be trusted to spend effectively this summer? Assuming Paul Pogba stays at United this summer, Mourinho envisages Fred forming a midfield trio with the Frenchman and Nemanja Matic. However, Mourinho will be forced into the market for another midfielder if Marouane Fellaini leaves with the Belgian still to agree a new contract and/or a huge offer is tabled for Pogba and the manager opts to cash in. It promises to be a hectic summer at United, with Mourinho also targeting two full backs and a winger in addition to a centre-half. The prospect of making five signings may be optimistic, though, given how a shortened transfer window is compounded by the World Cup. Mourinho would also like Alderweireld in place before the start of the World Cup on June 14 but negotiating with Daniel Levy, the Spurs chairman, has proven a taxing experience in the past. Nonetheless, Pochettino has made it clear to Levy, both publicly and in private talks, that he wants the club to conduct their business earlier than in previous summers, both in terms of ins and outs, and United hope that stance could assist their efforts with Alderweireld. Hit or miss? | Mourinho's United signings It would still take a huge offer to persuade Levy to sell to a direct English rival for the Champions League places. Alderweireld is available for £25 million next summer [2019] under the terms of his contract, which has two years to run, but Spurs want more than double that this summer. Ed Woodward, the United executive vice-chairman, is under pressure from Mourinho to move swiftly but it remains to be seen if he is prepared to go the extra yard to secure the services of Alderweireld, who, at 29, would have little resale value. Woodward was unwilling to meet Inter Milan’s £49 million asking price for Croatia winger Ivan Perisic last summer, much to Mourinho’s frustration, because it was considered an excessive sum for a player who was 28 at the time. Pochettino is a keen admirer of Anthony Martial but United are thought to be opposed to selling the France forward, who has also attracted interest from Chelsea, to an English club. If Tottenham insisted on taking Martial as part of any negotiations over Alderweireld, a deal for the defender could break down and force United to pursue other targets. Defenders Matteo Darmian, who is attracted interest from Juventus, and Daley Blind, who Inter, Roma and Ajax are monitoring, will head a clear out at Old Trafford.
FILE - In this Wednesday, May 9, 2018 file photo, Tottenham Hotspur&#39;s manager Mauricio Pochettino arrives for the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium, in London, England. Tottenham announced on Thursday May 24, 2018 that Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has signed a new five-year contract, tying him to the Premier League club until 2023. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, File)
FILE - In this Wednesday, May 9, 2018 file photo, Tottenham Hotspur's manager Mauricio Pochettino arrives for the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium, in London, England. Tottenham announced on Thursday May 24, 2018 that Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has signed a new five-year contract, tying him to the Premier League club until 2023. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, File)
FILE - In this Wednesday, May 9, 2018 file photo, Tottenham Hotspur's manager Mauricio Pochettino arrives for the English Premier League soccer match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium, in London, England. Tottenham announced on Thursday May 24, 2018 that Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has signed a new five-year contract, tying him to the Premier League club until 2023. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, File)
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has signed a new five-year contract, the Premier League club announced on Thursday.
Tottenham Coach Pochettino Signs New five-year Contract
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has signed a new five-year contract, the Premier League club announced on Thursday.
​​Newcastle are expected to secure their first signing of the summer imminently after edging closer to finalising a permanent deal for goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, according to reports. The 29-year-old impressed during his loan spell at St James&#39; Park during the second half of the season after a series of eye catching performances which helped pave the way for the Magpies&#39; finish in the top half of the ​Premier League table. Led to believe it&#39;s just a matter of time until #nufc seal Dubravka...
Newcastle Expected to Finalise Permanent Transfer of St James' Park Favourite
​​Newcastle are expected to secure their first signing of the summer imminently after edging closer to finalising a permanent deal for goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, according to reports. The 29-year-old impressed during his loan spell at St James' Park during the second half of the season after a series of eye catching performances which helped pave the way for the Magpies' finish in the top half of the ​Premier League table. Led to believe it's just a matter of time until #nufc seal Dubravka...
​​Newcastle are expected to secure their first signing of the summer imminently after edging closer to finalising a permanent deal for goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, according to reports. The 29-year-old impressed during his loan spell at St James&#39; Park during the second half of the season after a series of eye catching performances which helped pave the way for the Magpies&#39; finish in the top half of the ​Premier League table. Led to believe it&#39;s just a matter of time until #nufc seal Dubravka...
Newcastle Expected to Finalise Permanent Transfer of St James' Park Favourite
​​Newcastle are expected to secure their first signing of the summer imminently after edging closer to finalising a permanent deal for goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, according to reports. The 29-year-old impressed during his loan spell at St James' Park during the second half of the season after a series of eye catching performances which helped pave the way for the Magpies' finish in the top half of the ​Premier League table. Led to believe it's just a matter of time until #nufc seal Dubravka...
​​Newcastle are expected to secure their first signing of the summer imminently after edging closer to finalising a permanent deal for goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, according to reports. The 29-year-old impressed during his loan spell at St James&#39; Park during the second half of the season after a series of eye catching performances which helped pave the way for the Magpies&#39; finish in the top half of the Premier League table. Led to believe it&#39;s just a matter of time until #nufc seal Dubravka on...
Newcastle Expected to Finalise Permanent Transfer of St James' Park Favourite
​​Newcastle are expected to secure their first signing of the summer imminently after edging closer to finalising a permanent deal for goalkeeper Martin Dubravka, according to reports. The 29-year-old impressed during his loan spell at St James' Park during the second half of the season after a series of eye catching performances which helped pave the way for the Magpies' finish in the top half of the Premier League table. Led to believe it's just a matter of time until #nufc seal Dubravka on...
Mauricio Pochettino has handed Tottenham Hotspur a huge boost by signing a new five-year contract worth up to £8.5million-a-year. The deal, which runs to 2023, makes Pochettino one of the highest earning managers in the Premier League behind Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho. The Argentine has been rewarded for guiding Spurs into the Champions League for a third successive season and means he will lead the club into the new stadium. Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are among the admirers of Pochettino, but Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has convinced the 46-year-old that he can achieve his ambitions in North London. The timing of the new contract could not be better for Spurs with Zinedine Zidane’s future likely to be the subject of debate after Saturday’s Champions League final against Liverpool. Pochettino has demanded Tottenham back him in the transfer market this summer Credit: AP Telegraph Sport revealed last month that Tottenham were confident Pochettino would recommit himself to the club this summer. He raised doubts over his future by urging Levy to back him in entering a new phase with Spurs, but the pair held positive talks last week and have now struck an agreement. Pochettino plans a £150million overhaul of his Tottenham squad this summer to try to secure a first piece of silverware with the club. Toby Alderweireld is expected to head the list of players departing. But Pochettino’s new contract will help Spurs keep all their stars with Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Jan Vertonghen, Hugo Lloris and Christian Eriksen all set to be offered new contracts. &#9997;️ pic.twitter.com/Ao8MAbh9zh— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) May 24, 2018 Pochettino’s previous Tottenham contract, which ran to 2021, was worth around £5.5m, meaning he has earned a £3m pay rise for his work over the last two years. In a statement on the club&#39;s official website, Pochettino said: &quot;I am honoured to have signed a new long-term contract as we approach one of the most significant periods in the Club&#39;s history and be the manager that will lead this team into our new world-class stadium. &quot;This is just one of the factors that makes this one of the most exciting jobs in world football and we are already making plans to ensure we continue to build on the great work that everyone has contributed to over the past four years. Daniel Levy says he is &#39;delighted&#39; at the news Credit: Getty images &quot;Daniel and I have spoken at length about our aspirations for this football club. We both share the same philosophies to achieve long-term, sustainable success. &quot;This is a special club - we always strive to be creative in the way we work both on and off the pitch and will continue to stick to our principles in order to achieve the success this Club deserves.&quot; Spurs chairman Daniel Levy added: &quot;I am delighted that we have agreed a new, extended contract with Mauricio. We have been on an extraordinary journey and the times ahead look even more exciting as the Club enters the next phase in its history. Mauricio has fostered an incredible spirit in the team and has embraced a style of play our fans have loved watching. I know they will welcome this commitment by Mauricio.&quot;
Mauricio Pochettino signs new five-year Tottenham contract worth £42.5m
Mauricio Pochettino has handed Tottenham Hotspur a huge boost by signing a new five-year contract worth up to £8.5million-a-year. The deal, which runs to 2023, makes Pochettino one of the highest earning managers in the Premier League behind Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho. The Argentine has been rewarded for guiding Spurs into the Champions League for a third successive season and means he will lead the club into the new stadium. Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are among the admirers of Pochettino, but Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has convinced the 46-year-old that he can achieve his ambitions in North London. The timing of the new contract could not be better for Spurs with Zinedine Zidane’s future likely to be the subject of debate after Saturday’s Champions League final against Liverpool. Pochettino has demanded Tottenham back him in the transfer market this summer Credit: AP Telegraph Sport revealed last month that Tottenham were confident Pochettino would recommit himself to the club this summer. He raised doubts over his future by urging Levy to back him in entering a new phase with Spurs, but the pair held positive talks last week and have now struck an agreement. Pochettino plans a £150million overhaul of his Tottenham squad this summer to try to secure a first piece of silverware with the club. Toby Alderweireld is expected to head the list of players departing. But Pochettino’s new contract will help Spurs keep all their stars with Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Jan Vertonghen, Hugo Lloris and Christian Eriksen all set to be offered new contracts. ✍️ pic.twitter.com/Ao8MAbh9zh— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) May 24, 2018 Pochettino’s previous Tottenham contract, which ran to 2021, was worth around £5.5m, meaning he has earned a £3m pay rise for his work over the last two years. In a statement on the club's official website, Pochettino said: "I am honoured to have signed a new long-term contract as we approach one of the most significant periods in the Club's history and be the manager that will lead this team into our new world-class stadium. "This is just one of the factors that makes this one of the most exciting jobs in world football and we are already making plans to ensure we continue to build on the great work that everyone has contributed to over the past four years. Daniel Levy says he is 'delighted' at the news Credit: Getty images "Daniel and I have spoken at length about our aspirations for this football club. We both share the same philosophies to achieve long-term, sustainable success. "This is a special club - we always strive to be creative in the way we work both on and off the pitch and will continue to stick to our principles in order to achieve the success this Club deserves." Spurs chairman Daniel Levy added: "I am delighted that we have agreed a new, extended contract with Mauricio. We have been on an extraordinary journey and the times ahead look even more exciting as the Club enters the next phase in its history. Mauricio has fostered an incredible spirit in the team and has embraced a style of play our fans have loved watching. I know they will welcome this commitment by Mauricio."
Soccer Football - Premier League - Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion - Anfield, Liverpool, Britain - May 13, 2018 Liverpool&#39;s Sadio Mane acknowledges fans after the match Action Images via Reuters/Carl Recine
Premier League - Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion
Soccer Football - Premier League - Liverpool vs Brighton & Hove Albion - Anfield, Liverpool, Britain - May 13, 2018 Liverpool's Sadio Mane acknowledges fans after the match Action Images via Reuters/Carl Recine
FILE - In this Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015 file photo, Liverpool owner John Henry and his wife Linda Pizzuti arrive ahead of the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, England. John Henry is preparing for his first Champions League final as Liverpool owner. The game on Saturday May 24, 2018 against Real Madrid comes eight years after Henry led a takeover by the Boston Red Sox ownership group of a club on the brink of financial collapse. (AP Photo/Jon Super, File)
FILE - In this Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015 file photo, Liverpool owner John Henry and his wife Linda Pizzuti arrive ahead of the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, England. John Henry is preparing for his first Champions League final as Liverpool owner. The game on Saturday May 24, 2018 against Real Madrid comes eight years after Henry led a takeover by the Boston Red Sox ownership group of a club on the brink of financial collapse. (AP Photo/Jon Super, File)
FILE - In this Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015 file photo, Liverpool owner John Henry and his wife Linda Pizzuti arrive ahead of the English Premier League soccer match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool, England. John Henry is preparing for his first Champions League final as Liverpool owner. The game on Saturday May 24, 2018 against Real Madrid comes eight years after Henry led a takeover by the Boston Red Sox ownership group of a club on the brink of financial collapse. (AP Photo/Jon Super, File)
The highly-rated Fulham winger will soon be gracing a team towards the very top of the Premier League table, says current team-mate Ryan Fredericks
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The highly-rated Fulham winger will soon be gracing a team towards the very top of the Premier League table, says current team-mate Ryan Fredericks
Who will come out on top in Kiev as Liverpool face Real Madrid? Premier League legends Robbie Fowler, Alan Shearer, Jamie Redknapp and Gianfranco Zola give their verdicts.
Real Madrid vs Liverpool - The legends have their say
Who will come out on top in Kiev as Liverpool face Real Madrid? Premier League legends Robbie Fowler, Alan Shearer, Jamie Redknapp and Gianfranco Zola give their verdicts.
Who will come out on top in Kiev as Liverpool face Real Madrid? Premier League legends Robbie Fowler, Alan Shearer, Jamie Redknapp and Gianfranco Zola give their verdicts.
Real Madrid vs Liverpool - The legends have their say
Who will come out on top in Kiev as Liverpool face Real Madrid? Premier League legends Robbie Fowler, Alan Shearer, Jamie Redknapp and Gianfranco Zola give their verdicts.
Who will come out on top in Kiev as Liverpool face Real Madrid? Premier League legends Robbie Fowler, Alan Shearer, Jamie Redknapp and Gianfranco Zola give their verdicts.
Real Madrid vs Liverpool - The legends have their say
Who will come out on top in Kiev as Liverpool face Real Madrid? Premier League legends Robbie Fowler, Alan Shearer, Jamie Redknapp and Gianfranco Zola give their verdicts.
After a difficult season whereby ​Crystal Palace barely secured their Premier League survival, French defender Mamadou Sakho has urged the club to sign sign one of their standout players from the previous campaign on a permanent deal. The former Liverpool defender has put the onus on the Eagles bosses to secure a deal for ​Chelsea loanee Ruben Loftus-Cheek after a fantastic 2017/18 campaign saw him notch two goals and three assists, as well as securing a call-up to England&#39;s World Cup squad....
Crystal Palace Stalwart Mamadou Sakho Urges the Club to Sign Loan Star on a Permanent Deal
After a difficult season whereby ​Crystal Palace barely secured their Premier League survival, French defender Mamadou Sakho has urged the club to sign sign one of their standout players from the previous campaign on a permanent deal. The former Liverpool defender has put the onus on the Eagles bosses to secure a deal for ​Chelsea loanee Ruben Loftus-Cheek after a fantastic 2017/18 campaign saw him notch two goals and three assists, as well as securing a call-up to England's World Cup squad....
After a difficult season whereby ​Crystal Palace barely secured their Premier League survival, French defender Mamadou Sakho has urged the club to sign sign one of their standout players from the previous campaign on a permanent deal. The former Liverpool defender has put the onus on the Eagles bosses to secure a deal for ​Chelsea loanee Ruben Loftus-Cheek after a fantastic 2017/18 campaign saw him notch two goals and three assists, as well as securing a call-up to England&#39;s World Cup squad....
Crystal Palace Stalwart Mamadou Sakho Urges the Club to Sign Loan Star on a Permanent Deal
After a difficult season whereby ​Crystal Palace barely secured their Premier League survival, French defender Mamadou Sakho has urged the club to sign sign one of their standout players from the previous campaign on a permanent deal. The former Liverpool defender has put the onus on the Eagles bosses to secure a deal for ​Chelsea loanee Ruben Loftus-Cheek after a fantastic 2017/18 campaign saw him notch two goals and three assists, as well as securing a call-up to England's World Cup squad....
After a difficult season whereby ​Crystal Palace barely secured their Premier League survival, French defender Mamadou Sakho has urged the club to sign sign one of their standout players from the previous campaign on a permanent deal. The former Liverpool defender has put the onus on the Eagles bosses to secure a deal for ​Chelsea loanee Ruben Loftus-Cheek after a fantastic 2017/18 campaign saw him notch two goals and three assists, as well as securing a call-up to England&#39;s World Cup squad....
Crystal Palace Stalwart Mamadou Sakho Urges the Club to Sign Loan Star on a Permanent Deal
After a difficult season whereby ​Crystal Palace barely secured their Premier League survival, French defender Mamadou Sakho has urged the club to sign sign one of their standout players from the previous campaign on a permanent deal. The former Liverpool defender has put the onus on the Eagles bosses to secure a deal for ​Chelsea loanee Ruben Loftus-Cheek after a fantastic 2017/18 campaign saw him notch two goals and three assists, as well as securing a call-up to England's World Cup squad....
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Soccer Football - Premier League - West Ham United v Manchester City - London Stadium, London, Britain - April 29, 2018 Manchester City&#39;s Raheem Sterling applauds the fans after the match Action Images via Reuters/John Sibley
Premier League - West Ham United v Manchester City
Soccer Football - Premier League - West Ham United v Manchester City - London Stadium, London, Britain - April 29, 2018 Manchester City's Raheem Sterling applauds the fans after the match Action Images via Reuters/John Sibley
Soccer Football - Premier League - West Ham United v Manchester City - London Stadium, London, Britain - April 29, 2018 Manchester City&#39;s Raheem Sterling applauds the fans after the match Action Images via Reuters/John Sibley
Premier League - West Ham United v Manchester City
Soccer Football - Premier League - West Ham United v Manchester City - London Stadium, London, Britain - April 29, 2018 Manchester City's Raheem Sterling applauds the fans after the match Action Images via Reuters/John Sibley
Britain Soccer Football - Sunderland v West Ham United - Premier League - Stadium of Light - 15/4/17 Sunderland&#39;s Wahbi Khazri celebrates scoring their first goal Reuters / Scott Heppell Livepic
Sunderland's Wahbi Khazri celebrates scoring their first goal
Britain Soccer Football - Sunderland v West Ham United - Premier League - Stadium of Light - 15/4/17 Sunderland's Wahbi Khazri celebrates scoring their first goal Reuters / Scott Heppell Livepic
Who made England&#39;s 23-man squad? Goalkeepers: Jack Butland (Stoke), Jordan Pickford (Everton), Nick Pope (Burnley). Defenders: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Fabian Delph (Manchester City), Phil Jones (Manchester United), Harry Maguire (Leicester), Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur), John Stones (Manchester City), Kieran Trippier (Tottenham Hotspur), Kyle Walker (Manchester City), Ashley Young (Manchester United). Midfielders: Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur), Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Jesse Lingard (Manchester United), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea). Forwards: Harry Kane (Tottenham), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Jamie Vardy (Leicester), Danny Welbeck (Arsenal). Standby: Lewis Cook (Bournemouth), Tom Heaton (Burnley), Adam Lallana (Liverpool), Jake Livermore (West Brom), James Tarkowski (Burnley). Gareth Southgate decided to leave Joe Hart and Jack Wilshere at home and has picked a squad heavily-loaded with defenders, reflective of his desire to play with three centre-backs and wing-backs. Trent-Alexander-Arnold could win his first England in Russia while the inclusion of Ruben Loftus-Cheek also speaks to Southgate&#39;s bold approach. Harry Kane will captain the side. Now you know the squad, pick you England starting XI and formation: England Formation Builder Who is in England&#39;s group? England are in Group G alongside Belgium, Tunisia and Panama. Belgium: One of the favourites for the competition with a dazzling array of talent. England will be familiar with most of their key players: Thibuat Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku among others, all play in the Premier League. England&#39;s toughest opponent by a distance. Tunisia: Potentially tricky opposition who will look to frustrate England. Were unbeaten in qualifying and Sunderland winger Wahbi Khazri could be a danger man. Nevertheless, a team England should beat if they have aspirations to reach the latter stages. Panama: One of the stories of the tournament, having qualified for the finals for the first time in dramatic fashion. England will be heavy favorites to swat them aside. Belgium will provide the stiffest test in England&#39;s World Cup group Credit: Reuters When do England play? Monday June 18 Tunisia vs England (Volgograd), 7pm BST. Sunday June 24 England vs Panama (Nizhny Novgorod), 1pm BST. Thursday June 28 England vs Belgium (Kaliningrad), 7pm BST. Should England progress from their group, their last-16 match will be on Monday July 2 (if they win the group) or Tuesday July 2 (if they finish runners-up in the group). Should England progress beyond that stage, their quarter-final will either be: Friday 6 July Winner match 53 vs Winner match 54 - Kazan, 7pm BST. OR Saturday 7 July Winner match 55 vs Winner match 56 - Samara, 3pm BST. World Cup predictor And the rest... Semi-finals Tuesday 10 July Winner match 57 vs Winner match 58 - St Petersburg, 7pm BST. Wednesday 11 July Winner match 59 vs Winner match 60 - Moscow (Luzhniki), 7pm BST. Third place play-off Saturday 14 July Loser match 61 vs Loser match 62 - St Petersburg, 3pm BST. Final Sunday 15 July Moscow (Luzhniki), 4pm BST. What happened in 2014? England were eliminated in the group stages with just one point and two goals to show from their two games. They were beaten 2-1 by Italy in their opening game despite an encouraging performance, before Luis Suarez&#39;s goal confirmed their exit in the second match against Uruguay. A dead rubber against Costa Rica finished goalless. England squad: A bold selection with a clear sense of direction What has Gareth Southgate said? “We are not a team in the relegation zone, worrying about what might happen and what we might lose. We have to have a positive mindset of how far can we go, and there’s a difference in the mentality and the feel of all that. “I feel that the players we’ve picked are free, they’ve got a point to prove, they’re hungry. They’re not where they want to be yet. Talking to them individually they have loads they want to do in their careers. “What gives me optimism? I see such exciting players coming through. Some of them, I don’t think they know how good they might be.&quot; What are the odds on how far England will make it? Group stage 5/1 Last-16 11/5 Quarter-final 11/5 Semi-final 5/1 Runner-up 10/1 Winner 18/1
England World Cup 2018 guide: Squad news, fixtures, group analysis and match dates
Who made England's 23-man squad? Goalkeepers: Jack Butland (Stoke), Jordan Pickford (Everton), Nick Pope (Burnley). Defenders: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Fabian Delph (Manchester City), Phil Jones (Manchester United), Harry Maguire (Leicester), Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur), John Stones (Manchester City), Kieran Trippier (Tottenham Hotspur), Kyle Walker (Manchester City), Ashley Young (Manchester United). Midfielders: Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur), Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Jesse Lingard (Manchester United), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea). Forwards: Harry Kane (Tottenham), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Jamie Vardy (Leicester), Danny Welbeck (Arsenal). Standby: Lewis Cook (Bournemouth), Tom Heaton (Burnley), Adam Lallana (Liverpool), Jake Livermore (West Brom), James Tarkowski (Burnley). Gareth Southgate decided to leave Joe Hart and Jack Wilshere at home and has picked a squad heavily-loaded with defenders, reflective of his desire to play with three centre-backs and wing-backs. Trent-Alexander-Arnold could win his first England in Russia while the inclusion of Ruben Loftus-Cheek also speaks to Southgate's bold approach. Harry Kane will captain the side. Now you know the squad, pick you England starting XI and formation: England Formation Builder Who is in England's group? England are in Group G alongside Belgium, Tunisia and Panama. Belgium: One of the favourites for the competition with a dazzling array of talent. England will be familiar with most of their key players: Thibuat Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku among others, all play in the Premier League. England's toughest opponent by a distance. Tunisia: Potentially tricky opposition who will look to frustrate England. Were unbeaten in qualifying and Sunderland winger Wahbi Khazri could be a danger man. Nevertheless, a team England should beat if they have aspirations to reach the latter stages. Panama: One of the stories of the tournament, having qualified for the finals for the first time in dramatic fashion. England will be heavy favorites to swat them aside. Belgium will provide the stiffest test in England's World Cup group Credit: Reuters When do England play? Monday June 18 Tunisia vs England (Volgograd), 7pm BST. Sunday June 24 England vs Panama (Nizhny Novgorod), 1pm BST. Thursday June 28 England vs Belgium (Kaliningrad), 7pm BST. Should England progress from their group, their last-16 match will be on Monday July 2 (if they win the group) or Tuesday July 2 (if they finish runners-up in the group). Should England progress beyond that stage, their quarter-final will either be: Friday 6 July Winner match 53 vs Winner match 54 - Kazan, 7pm BST. OR Saturday 7 July Winner match 55 vs Winner match 56 - Samara, 3pm BST. World Cup predictor And the rest... Semi-finals Tuesday 10 July Winner match 57 vs Winner match 58 - St Petersburg, 7pm BST. Wednesday 11 July Winner match 59 vs Winner match 60 - Moscow (Luzhniki), 7pm BST. Third place play-off Saturday 14 July Loser match 61 vs Loser match 62 - St Petersburg, 3pm BST. Final Sunday 15 July Moscow (Luzhniki), 4pm BST. What happened in 2014? England were eliminated in the group stages with just one point and two goals to show from their two games. They were beaten 2-1 by Italy in their opening game despite an encouraging performance, before Luis Suarez's goal confirmed their exit in the second match against Uruguay. A dead rubber against Costa Rica finished goalless. England squad: A bold selection with a clear sense of direction What has Gareth Southgate said? “We are not a team in the relegation zone, worrying about what might happen and what we might lose. We have to have a positive mindset of how far can we go, and there’s a difference in the mentality and the feel of all that. “I feel that the players we’ve picked are free, they’ve got a point to prove, they’re hungry. They’re not where they want to be yet. Talking to them individually they have loads they want to do in their careers. “What gives me optimism? I see such exciting players coming through. Some of them, I don’t think they know how good they might be." What are the odds on how far England will make it? Group stage 5/1 Last-16 11/5 Quarter-final 11/5 Semi-final 5/1 Runner-up 10/1 Winner 18/1
Who made England&#39;s 23-man squad? Goalkeepers: Jack Butland (Stoke), Jordan Pickford (Everton), Nick Pope (Burnley). Defenders: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Fabian Delph (Manchester City), Phil Jones (Manchester United), Harry Maguire (Leicester), Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur), John Stones (Manchester City), Kieran Trippier (Tottenham Hotspur), Kyle Walker (Manchester City), Ashley Young (Manchester United). Midfielders: Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur), Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Jesse Lingard (Manchester United), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea). Forwards: Harry Kane (Tottenham), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Jamie Vardy (Leicester), Danny Welbeck (Arsenal). Standby: Lewis Cook (Bournemouth), Tom Heaton (Burnley), Adam Lallana (Liverpool), Jake Livermore (West Brom), James Tarkowski (Burnley). Gareth Southgate decided to leave Joe Hart and Jack Wilshere at home and has picked a squad heavily-loaded with defenders, reflective of his desire to play with three centre-backs and wing-backs. Trent-Alexander-Arnold could win his first England in Russia while the inclusion of Ruben Loftus-Cheek also speaks to Southgate&#39;s bold approach. Harry Kane will captain the side. Now you know the squad, pick you England starting XI and formation: England Formation Builder Who is in England&#39;s group? England are in Group G alongside Belgium, Tunisia and Panama. Belgium: One of the favourites for the competition with a dazzling array of talent. England will be familiar with most of their key players: Thibuat Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku among others, all play in the Premier League. England&#39;s toughest opponent by a distance. Tunisia: Potentially tricky opposition who will look to frustrate England. Were unbeaten in qualifying and Sunderland winger Wahbi Khazri could be a danger man. Nevertheless, a team England should beat if they have aspirations to reach the latter stages. Panama: One of the stories of the tournament, having qualified for the finals for the first time in dramatic fashion. England will be heavy favorites to swat them aside. Belgium will provide the stiffest test in England&#39;s World Cup group Credit: Reuters When do England play? Monday June 18 Tunisia vs England (Volgograd), 7pm BST. Sunday June 24 England vs Panama (Nizhny Novgorod), 1pm BST. Thursday June 28 England vs Belgium (Kaliningrad), 7pm BST. Should England progress from their group, their last-16 match will be on Monday July 2 (if they win the group) or Tuesday July 2 (if they finish runners-up in the group). Should England progress beyond that stage, their quarter-final will either be: Friday 6 July Winner match 53 vs Winner match 54 - Kazan, 7pm BST. OR Saturday 7 July Winner match 55 vs Winner match 56 - Samara, 3pm BST. World Cup predictor And the rest... Semi-finals Tuesday 10 July Winner match 57 vs Winner match 58 - St Petersburg, 7pm BST. Wednesday 11 July Winner match 59 vs Winner match 60 - Moscow (Luzhniki), 7pm BST. Third place play-off Saturday 14 July Loser match 61 vs Loser match 62 - St Petersburg, 3pm BST. Final Sunday 15 July Moscow (Luzhniki), 4pm BST. What happened in 2014? England were eliminated in the group stages with just one point and two goals to show from their two games. They were beaten 2-1 by Italy in their opening game despite an encouraging performance, before Luis Suarez&#39;s goal confirmed their exit in the second match against Uruguay. A dead rubber against Costa Rica finished goalless. England squad: A bold selection with a clear sense of direction What has Gareth Southgate said? “We are not a team in the relegation zone, worrying about what might happen and what we might lose. We have to have a positive mindset of how far can we go, and there’s a difference in the mentality and the feel of all that. “I feel that the players we’ve picked are free, they’ve got a point to prove, they’re hungry. They’re not where they want to be yet. Talking to them individually they have loads they want to do in their careers. “What gives me optimism? I see such exciting players coming through. Some of them, I don’t think they know how good they might be.&quot; What are the odds on how far England will make it? Group stage 5/1 Last-16 11/5 Quarter-final 11/5 Semi-final 5/1 Runner-up 10/1 Winner 18/1
England World Cup 2018 guide: Squad news, fixtures, group analysis and match dates
Who made England's 23-man squad? Goalkeepers: Jack Butland (Stoke), Jordan Pickford (Everton), Nick Pope (Burnley). Defenders: Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Fabian Delph (Manchester City), Phil Jones (Manchester United), Harry Maguire (Leicester), Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur), John Stones (Manchester City), Kieran Trippier (Tottenham Hotspur), Kyle Walker (Manchester City), Ashley Young (Manchester United). Midfielders: Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur), Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Jesse Lingard (Manchester United), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea). Forwards: Harry Kane (Tottenham), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Raheem Sterling (Manchester City), Jamie Vardy (Leicester), Danny Welbeck (Arsenal). Standby: Lewis Cook (Bournemouth), Tom Heaton (Burnley), Adam Lallana (Liverpool), Jake Livermore (West Brom), James Tarkowski (Burnley). Gareth Southgate decided to leave Joe Hart and Jack Wilshere at home and has picked a squad heavily-loaded with defenders, reflective of his desire to play with three centre-backs and wing-backs. Trent-Alexander-Arnold could win his first England in Russia while the inclusion of Ruben Loftus-Cheek also speaks to Southgate's bold approach. Harry Kane will captain the side. Now you know the squad, pick you England starting XI and formation: England Formation Builder Who is in England's group? England are in Group G alongside Belgium, Tunisia and Panama. Belgium: One of the favourites for the competition with a dazzling array of talent. England will be familiar with most of their key players: Thibuat Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku among others, all play in the Premier League. England's toughest opponent by a distance. Tunisia: Potentially tricky opposition who will look to frustrate England. Were unbeaten in qualifying and Sunderland winger Wahbi Khazri could be a danger man. Nevertheless, a team England should beat if they have aspirations to reach the latter stages. Panama: One of the stories of the tournament, having qualified for the finals for the first time in dramatic fashion. England will be heavy favorites to swat them aside. Belgium will provide the stiffest test in England's World Cup group Credit: Reuters When do England play? Monday June 18 Tunisia vs England (Volgograd), 7pm BST. Sunday June 24 England vs Panama (Nizhny Novgorod), 1pm BST. Thursday June 28 England vs Belgium (Kaliningrad), 7pm BST. Should England progress from their group, their last-16 match will be on Monday July 2 (if they win the group) or Tuesday July 2 (if they finish runners-up in the group). Should England progress beyond that stage, their quarter-final will either be: Friday 6 July Winner match 53 vs Winner match 54 - Kazan, 7pm BST. OR Saturday 7 July Winner match 55 vs Winner match 56 - Samara, 3pm BST. World Cup predictor And the rest... Semi-finals Tuesday 10 July Winner match 57 vs Winner match 58 - St Petersburg, 7pm BST. Wednesday 11 July Winner match 59 vs Winner match 60 - Moscow (Luzhniki), 7pm BST. Third place play-off Saturday 14 July Loser match 61 vs Loser match 62 - St Petersburg, 3pm BST. Final Sunday 15 July Moscow (Luzhniki), 4pm BST. What happened in 2014? England were eliminated in the group stages with just one point and two goals to show from their two games. They were beaten 2-1 by Italy in their opening game despite an encouraging performance, before Luis Suarez's goal confirmed their exit in the second match against Uruguay. A dead rubber against Costa Rica finished goalless. England squad: A bold selection with a clear sense of direction What has Gareth Southgate said? “We are not a team in the relegation zone, worrying about what might happen and what we might lose. We have to have a positive mindset of how far can we go, and there’s a difference in the mentality and the feel of all that. “I feel that the players we’ve picked are free, they’ve got a point to prove, they’re hungry. They’re not where they want to be yet. Talking to them individually they have loads they want to do in their careers. “What gives me optimism? I see such exciting players coming through. Some of them, I don’t think they know how good they might be." What are the odds on how far England will make it? Group stage 5/1 Last-16 11/5 Quarter-final 11/5 Semi-final 5/1 Runner-up 10/1 Winner 18/1
The Russian has been at the helm of one of the Premier League&#39;s biggest clubs for over 15 years, investing his considerable wealth
What is Roman Abramovich's net worth & how much does the Chelsea owner earn?
The Russian has been at the helm of one of the Premier League's biggest clubs for over 15 years, investing his considerable wealth
The Russian has been at the helm of one of the Premier League&#39;s biggest clubs for over 15 years, investing his considerable wealth
What is Roman Abramovich's net worth & how much does the Chelsea owner earn?
The Russian has been at the helm of one of the Premier League's biggest clubs for over 15 years, investing his considerable wealth
The Russian has been at the helm of one of the Premier League&#39;s biggest clubs for over 15 years, investing his considerable wealth
What is Roman Abramovich's net worth & how much does the Chelsea owner earn?
The Russian has been at the helm of one of the Premier League's biggest clubs for over 15 years, investing his considerable wealth
Soccer Football - Premier League - West Ham United v Manchester City - London Stadium, London, Britain - April 29, 2018 Manchester City&#39;s Raheem Sterling applauds the fans after the match Action Images via Reuters/John Sibley
Premier League - West Ham United v Manchester City
Soccer Football - Premier League - West Ham United v Manchester City - London Stadium, London, Britain - April 29, 2018 Manchester City's Raheem Sterling applauds the fans after the match Action Images via Reuters/John Sibley
Soccer Football - Premier League - Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town - Etihad Stadium, Manchester, Britain - May 6, 2018 Manchester City&#39;s Kevin De Bruyne applauds fans after winning the Premier League title REUTERS/Phil Noble
Premier League - Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town
Soccer Football - Premier League - Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town - Etihad Stadium, Manchester, Britain - May 6, 2018 Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne applauds fans after winning the Premier League title REUTERS/Phil Noble
Soccer Football - Premier League - Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town - Etihad Stadium, Manchester, Britain - May 6, 2018 Manchester City&#39;s Kevin De Bruyne applauds fans after winning the Premier League title REUTERS/Phil Noble
Premier League - Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town
Soccer Football - Premier League - Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town - Etihad Stadium, Manchester, Britain - May 6, 2018 Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne applauds fans after winning the Premier League title REUTERS/Phil Noble
Soccer Football - Premier League - Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town - Etihad Stadium, Manchester, Britain - May 6, 2018 Manchester City&#39;s Kevin De Bruyne applauds fans after winning the Premier League title REUTERS/Phil Noble
Premier League - Manchester City vs Huddersfield Town
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RCB skipper Virat Kohli has asked for forgiveness from the fans after another disappointing campaign in the Indian Premier League. RCB have been one of the most inconsistent sides in IPL and this time, as well, they ended sixth in the table. The manner in which they collapsed in the virtual knockout game against Rajasthan Royals highlighted the issues for them.
IPL 2018: Kohli asks for forgiveness for RCB's dismal season
RCB skipper Virat Kohli has asked for forgiveness from the fans after another disappointing campaign in the Indian Premier League. RCB have been one of the most inconsistent sides in IPL and this time, as well, they ended sixth in the table. The manner in which they collapsed in the virtual knockout game against Rajasthan Royals highlighted the issues for them.
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FILE - In this Saturday, March 31, 2018 file photo, Liverpool&#39;s Mohamed Salah runs past Crystal Palace&#39;s James Tomkins during the English Premier League soccer match between Crystal Palace and Liverpool at Selhurst Park stadium in London. Liverpool is set to play a 4-3-3 formation with free-scoring forward Mohamed Salah the star player this season, during the Champions League soccer final against Real Madrid on Saturday, May 26, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, File)
FILE - In this Saturday, March 31, 2018 file photo, Liverpool's Mohamed Salah runs past Crystal Palace's James Tomkins during the English Premier League soccer match between Crystal Palace and Liverpool at Selhurst Park stadium in London. Liverpool is set to play a 4-3-3 formation with free-scoring forward Mohamed Salah the star player this season, during the Champions League soccer final against Real Madrid on Saturday, May 26, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, File)
FILE - In this Saturday, March 31, 2018 file photo, Liverpool's Mohamed Salah runs past Crystal Palace's James Tomkins during the English Premier League soccer match between Crystal Palace and Liverpool at Selhurst Park stadium in London. Liverpool is set to play a 4-3-3 formation with free-scoring forward Mohamed Salah the star player this season, during the Champions League soccer final against Real Madrid on Saturday, May 26, 2018. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, File)
Manchester United plant kommende Saison den Großangriff auf Englands Meister Manchester City . Um den Stadtrivalen in die Schranken weisen zu können, sollen im Sommer einige namhafte Spieler kommen.
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Manchester United plant kommende Saison den Großangriff auf Englands Meister Manchester City . Um den Stadtrivalen in die Schranken weisen zu können, sollen im Sommer einige namhafte Spieler kommen.

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