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Eddie Jones will lose a prominent member of his England backroom team, with Harlequins appointing Paul Gustard as head of rugby.
BREAKING NEWS: Gustard to leave England role for Harlequins
Eddie Jones will lose a prominent member of his England backroom team, with Harlequins appointing Paul Gustard as head of rugby.
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Barcelona aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Barcelona aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Barcelona aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Barcelona aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Also omitted were Napoli's Jose Callejoin and Arsenal's Hector Bellerin.
Spain leaves Chelsea trio off World Cup roster
Also omitted were Napoli's Jose Callejoin and Arsenal's Hector Bellerin.
Also omitted were Napoli's Jose Callejoin and Arsenal's Hector Bellerin.
Spain leaves Chelsea trio off World Cup roster
Also omitted were Napoli's Jose Callejoin and Arsenal's Hector Bellerin.
Even during a 41-point decimation the NBA is still the funniest league on the planet.
Shaun Livingston crossed James Harden so hard it made Greg Anthony mispronounce “meme” (VIDEO)
Even during a 41-point decimation the NBA is still the funniest league on the planet.
Even during a 41-point decimation the NBA is still the funniest league on the planet.
Shaun Livingston crossed James Harden so hard it made Greg Anthony mispronounce “meme” (VIDEO)
Even during a 41-point decimation the NBA is still the funniest league on the planet.
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has left midfielder Radja Nainggolan out of his World Cup squad despite a standout season with Champions League semi-finalists Roma. Martinez has long had a difficult relationship with the stormy midfielder but said he left him out purely for tactical reasons, saying Nainggolan was not the kind of player to take to a long tournament if he was only given a secondary position. "I don't think Radja is a player to be used in a small role in any group," Martinez said. "We all know he has a very important role at club level and I don't feel that we can give him that." 30-year-old Nainggolan announced his retirement from international football almost immediately afterwards. He made 30 appearances for Belgium and played at the 2016 European championships in France. "Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end," Nainggolan wrote on his Instagram account. "Being yourself can be bothering." Met veel pijn in het hart maak ik een einde aan men internationale carriere... ik heb er altijd alles aangedaan om er bij te zijn en belgie te vertegenwoordigen ����... spijtig genoeg is ECHT zijn niet goed voor SOMMIGE... En vanaf vandaag zal ik de eerste supporter zijn.... Purtroppo molto a malincuore termina la mia carriera internazionale... ho sempre fatto di tutto per poter rappresentare la mia nazione ���� Essere se stessi a volte puó dare fastidio... Da oggi saró il primo tifoso... Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end...I’ve always done everthing I could to represent my country���� Being yourself can be bothering ...From this day on I will be the first fan... A post shared by Radja Nainggolan (@radjanainggolan.4) on May 21, 2018 at 4:11am PDT After being called up for a warm-up game in March against Saudi Arabia, expectations had been that Nainggolan would be in the final squad. Martinez said he travelled to Rome to explain his exclusion in person, but he declined to elaborate on that encounter. Instead of immediately going for the final squad of 23, Martinez announced a squad of 28 due to injury worries concerning players like Jordan Lukaku, Romelu Lukaku, Michy Batshuayi and Thomas Vermaelen. Thibaut Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard were all named in the squad, with a game to come against on June 2 before the team is cut to 23. Axel Witsel plays for Belgium despite moving to China for his club football Credit: AFP For the past two years, Martinez has never found a starting spot for Nainggolan. He was often a substitute while midfielders like Axel Witsel, who has moved to the Chinese league, continued to play. Compounding the player's on-field issues were off-field reports of ill-discipline. However, Nainggolan was excellent for Roma in Serie A this season and in the unexpected run in the Champions League, where the team fell one goal short in the semi-finals against Liverpool. With his gritty determination and outspoken nature, he has become a fan favorite. "The decision is not an easy one," Martinez said. "I understand how popular the player is."
Radja Nainggolan retires from international football after Belgium World Cup squad omission
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has left midfielder Radja Nainggolan out of his World Cup squad despite a standout season with Champions League semi-finalists Roma. Martinez has long had a difficult relationship with the stormy midfielder but said he left him out purely for tactical reasons, saying Nainggolan was not the kind of player to take to a long tournament if he was only given a secondary position. "I don't think Radja is a player to be used in a small role in any group," Martinez said. "We all know he has a very important role at club level and I don't feel that we can give him that." 30-year-old Nainggolan announced his retirement from international football almost immediately afterwards. He made 30 appearances for Belgium and played at the 2016 European championships in France. "Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end," Nainggolan wrote on his Instagram account. "Being yourself can be bothering." Met veel pijn in het hart maak ik een einde aan men internationale carriere... ik heb er altijd alles aangedaan om er bij te zijn en belgie te vertegenwoordigen ����... spijtig genoeg is ECHT zijn niet goed voor SOMMIGE... En vanaf vandaag zal ik de eerste supporter zijn.... Purtroppo molto a malincuore termina la mia carriera internazionale... ho sempre fatto di tutto per poter rappresentare la mia nazione ���� Essere se stessi a volte puó dare fastidio... Da oggi saró il primo tifoso... Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end...I’ve always done everthing I could to represent my country���� Being yourself can be bothering ...From this day on I will be the first fan... A post shared by Radja Nainggolan (@radjanainggolan.4) on May 21, 2018 at 4:11am PDT After being called up for a warm-up game in March against Saudi Arabia, expectations had been that Nainggolan would be in the final squad. Martinez said he travelled to Rome to explain his exclusion in person, but he declined to elaborate on that encounter. Instead of immediately going for the final squad of 23, Martinez announced a squad of 28 due to injury worries concerning players like Jordan Lukaku, Romelu Lukaku, Michy Batshuayi and Thomas Vermaelen. Thibaut Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard were all named in the squad, with a game to come against on June 2 before the team is cut to 23. Axel Witsel plays for Belgium despite moving to China for his club football Credit: AFP For the past two years, Martinez has never found a starting spot for Nainggolan. He was often a substitute while midfielders like Axel Witsel, who has moved to the Chinese league, continued to play. Compounding the player's on-field issues were off-field reports of ill-discipline. However, Nainggolan was excellent for Roma in Serie A this season and in the unexpected run in the Champions League, where the team fell one goal short in the semi-finals against Liverpool. With his gritty determination and outspoken nature, he has become a fan favorite. "The decision is not an easy one," Martinez said. "I understand how popular the player is."
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has left midfielder Radja Nainggolan out of his World Cup squad despite a standout season with Champions League semi-finalists Roma. Martinez has long had a difficult relationship with the stormy midfielder but said he left him out purely for tactical reasons, saying Nainggolan was not the kind of player to take to a long tournament if he was only given a secondary position. "I don't think Radja is a player to be used in a small role in any group," Martinez said. "We all know he has a very important role at club level and I don't feel that we can give him that." 30-year-old Nainggolan announced his retirement from international football almost immediately afterwards. He made 30 appearances for Belgium and played at the 2016 European championships in France. "Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end," Nainggolan wrote on his Instagram account. "Being yourself can be bothering." Met veel pijn in het hart maak ik een einde aan men internationale carriere... ik heb er altijd alles aangedaan om er bij te zijn en belgie te vertegenwoordigen ����... spijtig genoeg is ECHT zijn niet goed voor SOMMIGE... En vanaf vandaag zal ik de eerste supporter zijn.... Purtroppo molto a malincuore termina la mia carriera internazionale... ho sempre fatto di tutto per poter rappresentare la mia nazione ���� Essere se stessi a volte puó dare fastidio... Da oggi saró il primo tifoso... Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end...I’ve always done everthing I could to represent my country���� Being yourself can be bothering ...From this day on I will be the first fan... A post shared by Radja Nainggolan (@radjanainggolan.4) on May 21, 2018 at 4:11am PDT After being called up for a warm-up game in March against Saudi Arabia, expectations had been that Nainggolan would be in the final squad. Martinez said he travelled to Rome to explain his exclusion in person, but he declined to elaborate on that encounter. Instead of immediately going for the final squad of 23, Martinez announced a squad of 28 due to injury worries concerning players like Jordan Lukaku, Romelu Lukaku, Michy Batshuayi and Thomas Vermaelen. Thibaut Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard were all named in the squad, with a game to come against on June 2 before the team is cut to 23. Axel Witsel plays for Belgium despite moving to China for his club football Credit: AFP For the past two years, Martinez has never found a starting spot for Nainggolan. He was often a substitute while midfielders like Axel Witsel, who has moved to the Chinese league, continued to play. Compounding the player's on-field issues were off-field reports of ill-discipline. However, Nainggolan was excellent for Roma in Serie A this season and in the unexpected run in the Champions League, where the team fell one goal short in the semi-finals against Liverpool. With his gritty determination and outspoken nature, he has become a fan favorite. "The decision is not an easy one," Martinez said. "I understand how popular the player is."
Radja Nainggolan retires from international football after Belgium World Cup squad omission
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has left midfielder Radja Nainggolan out of his World Cup squad despite a standout season with Champions League semi-finalists Roma. Martinez has long had a difficult relationship with the stormy midfielder but said he left him out purely for tactical reasons, saying Nainggolan was not the kind of player to take to a long tournament if he was only given a secondary position. "I don't think Radja is a player to be used in a small role in any group," Martinez said. "We all know he has a very important role at club level and I don't feel that we can give him that." 30-year-old Nainggolan announced his retirement from international football almost immediately afterwards. He made 30 appearances for Belgium and played at the 2016 European championships in France. "Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end," Nainggolan wrote on his Instagram account. "Being yourself can be bothering." Met veel pijn in het hart maak ik een einde aan men internationale carriere... ik heb er altijd alles aangedaan om er bij te zijn en belgie te vertegenwoordigen ����... spijtig genoeg is ECHT zijn niet goed voor SOMMIGE... En vanaf vandaag zal ik de eerste supporter zijn.... Purtroppo molto a malincuore termina la mia carriera internazionale... ho sempre fatto di tutto per poter rappresentare la mia nazione ���� Essere se stessi a volte puó dare fastidio... Da oggi saró il primo tifoso... Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end...I’ve always done everthing I could to represent my country���� Being yourself can be bothering ...From this day on I will be the first fan... A post shared by Radja Nainggolan (@radjanainggolan.4) on May 21, 2018 at 4:11am PDT After being called up for a warm-up game in March against Saudi Arabia, expectations had been that Nainggolan would be in the final squad. Martinez said he travelled to Rome to explain his exclusion in person, but he declined to elaborate on that encounter. Instead of immediately going for the final squad of 23, Martinez announced a squad of 28 due to injury worries concerning players like Jordan Lukaku, Romelu Lukaku, Michy Batshuayi and Thomas Vermaelen. Thibaut Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard were all named in the squad, with a game to come against on June 2 before the team is cut to 23. Axel Witsel plays for Belgium despite moving to China for his club football Credit: AFP For the past two years, Martinez has never found a starting spot for Nainggolan. He was often a substitute while midfielders like Axel Witsel, who has moved to the Chinese league, continued to play. Compounding the player's on-field issues were off-field reports of ill-discipline. However, Nainggolan was excellent for Roma in Serie A this season and in the unexpected run in the Champions League, where the team fell one goal short in the semi-finals against Liverpool. With his gritty determination and outspoken nature, he has become a fan favorite. "The decision is not an easy one," Martinez said. "I understand how popular the player is."
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
What the U.S. missed out on by failing to make the World Cup
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
What the U.S. missed out on by failing to make the World Cup
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
What the U.S. missed out on by failing to make the World Cup
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
What the U.S. missed out on by failing to make the World Cup
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
Se terminó la temporada
Iniesta, segundo jugador que más veces ha vestido la camiseta del Barcelona
Se terminó la temporada
Se terminó la temporada
Iniesta, segundo jugador que más veces ha vestido la camiseta del Barcelona
Se terminó la temporada
Se terminó la temporada
Iniesta, segundo jugador que más veces ha vestido la camiseta del Barcelona
Se terminó la temporada
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Morata misses out as Spain squad announced
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Morata misses out as Spain squad announced
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Morata misses out as Spain squad announced
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Despite lavish transfer expenditure in 2017, the club have argued that they are on a more secure financial footing than many, including those in Spain
It would be a scandal if PSG are punished over FFP, says club president
Despite lavish transfer expenditure in 2017, the club have argued that they are on a more secure financial footing than many, including those in Spain
Alvaro Morata has been left out of the Spain squad for the World Cup (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
Alvaro Morata has been left out of the Spain squad for the World Cup
Alvaro Morata has been left out of the Spain squad for the World Cup (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
But deliveries of the G350d 4Matic won't begin until March 2019.
Mercedes G-Class To Offer Diesel Engine In Europe From December
But deliveries of the G350d 4Matic won't begin until March 2019.
But deliveries of the G350d 4Matic won't begin until March 2019.
Mercedes G-Class To Offer Diesel Engine In Europe From December
But deliveries of the G350d 4Matic won't begin until March 2019.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in action during the 2018 FA Cup final (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in action during the 2018 FA Cup final
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in action during the 2018 FA Cup final (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Formula E Berlin: Rosenqvist title hopes eagerness led to T1 error
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Formula E Berlin: Rosenqvist title hopes eagerness led to T1 error
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Formula E Berlin: Rosenqvist title hopes eagerness led to T1 error
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium goes to World Cup without Nainggolan
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium goes to World Cup without Nainggolan
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium goes to World Cup without Nainggolan
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium goes to World Cup without Nainggolan
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
El entrenador del Liverpool Juergen Klopp durante el entrenamiento del Liverpool, en la previa del partido entre su equipo y el Real Madrid por la final de la Liga de Campeones de Europa, Anfield, Liverpool, Gran Bretaña - 21 de mayo de 2018 Imágenes de acción a través de Reuters / Carl Recine
El entrenador del Liverpool, Juergen Klopp, durante el entrenamiento del Liverpool, en la previa del partido entre su equipo y el Real Madrid por la final de la Liga de Campeones de Europa, Anfield, Liverpool, Gran Bretaña
El entrenador del Liverpool Juergen Klopp durante el entrenamiento del Liverpool, en la previa del partido entre su equipo y el Real Madrid por la final de la Liga de Campeones de Europa, Anfield, Liverpool, Gran Bretaña - 21 de mayo de 2018 Imágenes de acción a través de Reuters / Carl Recine
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has called time on his international career after Roberto Martinez dropped him for the 2018 World Cup.
Nainggolan retires from Belgium duty after World Cup snub
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has called time on his international career after Roberto Martinez dropped him for the 2018 World Cup.
Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes the club will continue to improve under Pep Guardiola but insisted they must be careful not to break the winning formula with signings.
Man City will continue to improve under Guardiola - Khaldoon Al Mubarak
Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes the club will continue to improve under Pep Guardiola but insisted they must be careful not to break the winning formula with signings.
Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes the club will continue to improve under Pep Guardiola but insisted they must be careful not to break the winning formula with signings.
Man City will continue to improve under Guardiola - Khaldoon Al Mubarak
Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes the club will continue to improve under Pep Guardiola but insisted they must be careful not to break the winning formula with signings.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Real Madrid aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club blanco estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Eddie Jones will lose a prominent member of his England backroom team, with Harlequins appointing Paul Gustard as head of rugby.
Gustard to leave England role for Harlequins
Eddie Jones will lose a prominent member of his England backroom team, with Harlequins appointing Paul Gustard as head of rugby.
Eddie Jones will lose a prominent member of his England backroom team, with Harlequins appointing Paul Gustard as head of rugby.
BREAKING NEWS: Gustard to leave England role for Harlequins
Eddie Jones will lose a prominent member of his England backroom team, with Harlequins appointing Paul Gustard as head of rugby.
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Spain World Cup squad: Julen Lopetegui announces 23-man selection for Russia
Morata se queda fuera
Así anunció Lopetegui sus 23 elegidos
Morata se queda fuera
Morata se queda fuera
Así anunció Lopetegui sus 23 elegidos
Morata se queda fuera
Morata se queda fuera
Así anunció Lopetegui sus 23 elegidos
Morata se queda fuera
Morata se queda fuera
Así anunció Lopetegui sus 23 elegidos
Morata se queda fuera
Morata se queda fuera
Así anunció Lopetegui sus 23 elegidos
Morata se queda fuera
Morata se queda fuera
Así anunció Lopetegui sus 23 elegidos
Morata se queda fuera
West Ham close to sealing Manuel Pellegrini appointment on £10m-per-year salary
West Ham close to sealing Manuel Pellegrini appointment on £10m-per-year salary
West Ham close to sealing Manuel Pellegrini appointment on £10m-per-year salary
West Ham close to sealing Manuel Pellegrini appointment on £10m-per-year salary
West Ham close to sealing Manuel Pellegrini appointment on £10m-per-year salary
West Ham close to sealing Manuel Pellegrini appointment on £10m-per-year salary
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Barcelona aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Barcelona aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Barcelona aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Los jugadores que el Barcelona aportó en los Mundiales
A días de conocer las convocatorias de las selecciones, Goal repasa qué futbolistas del club azulgrana estuvieron en cada una de las Copa del Mundo.
Liverpool target James Tarkowski or Jamaal Lascelles as part of Jurgen Klopp's four-man summer rebuild
Liverpool target James Tarkowski or Jamaal Lascelles as part of Jurgen Klopp's four-man summer rebuild
Liverpool target James Tarkowski or Jamaal Lascelles as part of Jurgen Klopp's four-man summer rebuild
Liverpool target James Tarkowski or Jamaal Lascelles as part of Jurgen Klopp's four-man summer rebuild
Liverpool target James Tarkowski or Jamaal Lascelles as part of Jurgen Klopp's four-man summer rebuild
Liverpool target James Tarkowski or Jamaal Lascelles as part of Jurgen Klopp's four-man summer rebuild
Liverpool target James Tarkowski or Jamaal Lascelles as part of Jurgen Klopp's four-man summer rebuild
Liverpool target James Tarkowski or Jamaal Lascelles as part of Jurgen Klopp's four-man summer rebuild
Liverpool target James Tarkowski or Jamaal Lascelles as part of Jurgen Klopp's four-man summer rebuild
Even during a 41-point decimation the NBA is still the funniest league on the planet.
Shaun Livingston crossed James Harden so hard it made Greg Anthony mispronounce “meme” (VIDEO)
Even during a 41-point decimation the NBA is still the funniest league on the planet.
Even during a 41-point decimation the NBA is still the funniest league on the planet.
Shaun Livingston crossed James Harden so hard it made Greg Anthony mispronounce “meme” (VIDEO)
Even during a 41-point decimation the NBA is still the funniest league on the planet.
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has left midfielder Radja Nainggolan out of his World Cup squad despite a standout season with Champions League semi-finalists Roma. Martinez has long had a difficult relationship with the stormy midfielder but said he left him out purely for tactical reasons, saying Nainggolan was not the kind of player to take to a long tournament if he was only given a secondary position. "I don't think Radja is a player to be used in a small role in any group," Martinez said. "We all know he has a very important role at club level and I don't feel that we can give him that." 30-year-old Nainggolan announced his retirement from international football almost immediately afterwards. He made 30 appearances for Belgium and played at the 2016 European championships in France. "Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end," Nainggolan wrote on his Instagram account. "Being yourself can be bothering." Met veel pijn in het hart maak ik een einde aan men internationale carriere... ik heb er altijd alles aangedaan om er bij te zijn en belgie te vertegenwoordigen ����... spijtig genoeg is ECHT zijn niet goed voor SOMMIGE... En vanaf vandaag zal ik de eerste supporter zijn.... Purtroppo molto a malincuore termina la mia carriera internazionale... ho sempre fatto di tutto per poter rappresentare la mia nazione ���� Essere se stessi a volte puó dare fastidio... Da oggi saró il primo tifoso... Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end...I’ve always done everthing I could to represent my country���� Being yourself can be bothering ...From this day on I will be the first fan... A post shared by Radja Nainggolan (@radjanainggolan.4) on May 21, 2018 at 4:11am PDT After being called up for a warm-up game in March against Saudi Arabia, expectations had been that Nainggolan would be in the final squad. Martinez said he travelled to Rome to explain his exclusion in person, but he declined to elaborate on that encounter. Instead of immediately going for the final squad of 23, Martinez announced a squad of 28 due to injury worries concerning players like Jordan Lukaku, Romelu Lukaku, Michy Batshuayi and Thomas Vermaelen. Thibaut Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard were all named in the squad, with a game to come against on June 2 before the team is cut to 23. Axel Witsel plays for Belgium despite moving to China for his club football Credit: AFP For the past two years, Martinez has never found a starting spot for Nainggolan. He was often a substitute while midfielders like Axel Witsel, who has moved to the Chinese league, continued to play. Compounding the player's on-field issues were off-field reports of ill-discipline. However, Nainggolan was excellent for Roma in Serie A this season and in the unexpected run in the Champions League, where the team fell one goal short in the semi-finals against Liverpool. With his gritty determination and outspoken nature, he has become a fan favorite. "The decision is not an easy one," Martinez said. "I understand how popular the player is."
Radja Nainggolan retires from international football after Belgium World Cup squad omission
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has left midfielder Radja Nainggolan out of his World Cup squad despite a standout season with Champions League semi-finalists Roma. Martinez has long had a difficult relationship with the stormy midfielder but said he left him out purely for tactical reasons, saying Nainggolan was not the kind of player to take to a long tournament if he was only given a secondary position. "I don't think Radja is a player to be used in a small role in any group," Martinez said. "We all know he has a very important role at club level and I don't feel that we can give him that." 30-year-old Nainggolan announced his retirement from international football almost immediately afterwards. He made 30 appearances for Belgium and played at the 2016 European championships in France. "Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end," Nainggolan wrote on his Instagram account. "Being yourself can be bothering." Met veel pijn in het hart maak ik een einde aan men internationale carriere... ik heb er altijd alles aangedaan om er bij te zijn en belgie te vertegenwoordigen ����... spijtig genoeg is ECHT zijn niet goed voor SOMMIGE... En vanaf vandaag zal ik de eerste supporter zijn.... Purtroppo molto a malincuore termina la mia carriera internazionale... ho sempre fatto di tutto per poter rappresentare la mia nazione ���� Essere se stessi a volte puó dare fastidio... Da oggi saró il primo tifoso... Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end...I’ve always done everthing I could to represent my country���� Being yourself can be bothering ...From this day on I will be the first fan... A post shared by Radja Nainggolan (@radjanainggolan.4) on May 21, 2018 at 4:11am PDT After being called up for a warm-up game in March against Saudi Arabia, expectations had been that Nainggolan would be in the final squad. Martinez said he travelled to Rome to explain his exclusion in person, but he declined to elaborate on that encounter. Instead of immediately going for the final squad of 23, Martinez announced a squad of 28 due to injury worries concerning players like Jordan Lukaku, Romelu Lukaku, Michy Batshuayi and Thomas Vermaelen. Thibaut Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard were all named in the squad, with a game to come against on June 2 before the team is cut to 23. Axel Witsel plays for Belgium despite moving to China for his club football Credit: AFP For the past two years, Martinez has never found a starting spot for Nainggolan. He was often a substitute while midfielders like Axel Witsel, who has moved to the Chinese league, continued to play. Compounding the player's on-field issues were off-field reports of ill-discipline. However, Nainggolan was excellent for Roma in Serie A this season and in the unexpected run in the Champions League, where the team fell one goal short in the semi-finals against Liverpool. With his gritty determination and outspoken nature, he has become a fan favorite. "The decision is not an easy one," Martinez said. "I understand how popular the player is."
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has left midfielder Radja Nainggolan out of his World Cup squad despite a standout season with Champions League semi-finalists Roma. Martinez has long had a difficult relationship with the stormy midfielder but said he left him out purely for tactical reasons, saying Nainggolan was not the kind of player to take to a long tournament if he was only given a secondary position. "I don't think Radja is a player to be used in a small role in any group," Martinez said. "We all know he has a very important role at club level and I don't feel that we can give him that." 30-year-old Nainggolan announced his retirement from international football almost immediately afterwards. He made 30 appearances for Belgium and played at the 2016 European championships in France. "Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end," Nainggolan wrote on his Instagram account. "Being yourself can be bothering." Met veel pijn in het hart maak ik een einde aan men internationale carriere... ik heb er altijd alles aangedaan om er bij te zijn en belgie te vertegenwoordigen ����... spijtig genoeg is ECHT zijn niet goed voor SOMMIGE... En vanaf vandaag zal ik de eerste supporter zijn.... Purtroppo molto a malincuore termina la mia carriera internazionale... ho sempre fatto di tutto per poter rappresentare la mia nazione ���� Essere se stessi a volte puó dare fastidio... Da oggi saró il primo tifoso... Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end...I’ve always done everthing I could to represent my country���� Being yourself can be bothering ...From this day on I will be the first fan... A post shared by Radja Nainggolan (@radjanainggolan.4) on May 21, 2018 at 4:11am PDT After being called up for a warm-up game in March against Saudi Arabia, expectations had been that Nainggolan would be in the final squad. Martinez said he travelled to Rome to explain his exclusion in person, but he declined to elaborate on that encounter. Instead of immediately going for the final squad of 23, Martinez announced a squad of 28 due to injury worries concerning players like Jordan Lukaku, Romelu Lukaku, Michy Batshuayi and Thomas Vermaelen. Thibaut Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard were all named in the squad, with a game to come against on June 2 before the team is cut to 23. Axel Witsel plays for Belgium despite moving to China for his club football Credit: AFP For the past two years, Martinez has never found a starting spot for Nainggolan. He was often a substitute while midfielders like Axel Witsel, who has moved to the Chinese league, continued to play. Compounding the player's on-field issues were off-field reports of ill-discipline. However, Nainggolan was excellent for Roma in Serie A this season and in the unexpected run in the Champions League, where the team fell one goal short in the semi-finals against Liverpool. With his gritty determination and outspoken nature, he has become a fan favorite. "The decision is not an easy one," Martinez said. "I understand how popular the player is."
Radja Nainggolan retires from international football after Belgium World Cup squad omission
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez has left midfielder Radja Nainggolan out of his World Cup squad despite a standout season with Champions League semi-finalists Roma. Martinez has long had a difficult relationship with the stormy midfielder but said he left him out purely for tactical reasons, saying Nainggolan was not the kind of player to take to a long tournament if he was only given a secondary position. "I don't think Radja is a player to be used in a small role in any group," Martinez said. "We all know he has a very important role at club level and I don't feel that we can give him that." 30-year-old Nainggolan announced his retirement from international football almost immediately afterwards. He made 30 appearances for Belgium and played at the 2016 European championships in France. "Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end," Nainggolan wrote on his Instagram account. "Being yourself can be bothering." Met veel pijn in het hart maak ik een einde aan men internationale carriere... ik heb er altijd alles aangedaan om er bij te zijn en belgie te vertegenwoordigen ����... spijtig genoeg is ECHT zijn niet goed voor SOMMIGE... En vanaf vandaag zal ik de eerste supporter zijn.... Purtroppo molto a malincuore termina la mia carriera internazionale... ho sempre fatto di tutto per poter rappresentare la mia nazione ���� Essere se stessi a volte puó dare fastidio... Da oggi saró il primo tifoso... Very reluctantly my international career comes to an end...I’ve always done everthing I could to represent my country���� Being yourself can be bothering ...From this day on I will be the first fan... A post shared by Radja Nainggolan (@radjanainggolan.4) on May 21, 2018 at 4:11am PDT After being called up for a warm-up game in March against Saudi Arabia, expectations had been that Nainggolan would be in the final squad. Martinez said he travelled to Rome to explain his exclusion in person, but he declined to elaborate on that encounter. Instead of immediately going for the final squad of 23, Martinez announced a squad of 28 due to injury worries concerning players like Jordan Lukaku, Romelu Lukaku, Michy Batshuayi and Thomas Vermaelen. Thibaut Courtois, Vincent Kompany, Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard were all named in the squad, with a game to come against on June 2 before the team is cut to 23. Axel Witsel plays for Belgium despite moving to China for his club football Credit: AFP For the past two years, Martinez has never found a starting spot for Nainggolan. He was often a substitute while midfielders like Axel Witsel, who has moved to the Chinese league, continued to play. Compounding the player's on-field issues were off-field reports of ill-discipline. However, Nainggolan was excellent for Roma in Serie A this season and in the unexpected run in the Champions League, where the team fell one goal short in the semi-finals against Liverpool. With his gritty determination and outspoken nature, he has become a fan favorite. "The decision is not an easy one," Martinez said. "I understand how popular the player is."
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
What the U.S. missed out on by failing to make the World Cup
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
What the U.S. missed out on by failing to make the World Cup
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
What the U.S. missed out on by failing to make the World Cup
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
What the U.S. missed out on by failing to make the World Cup
Yahoo Sports’ Doug McIntyre takes a look at what the men’s national team and its players could’ve had if it had qualified for the 2018 World Cup.
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Iniesta, segundo jugador que más veces ha vestido la camiseta del Barcelona
Se terminó la temporada
Se terminó la temporada
Iniesta, segundo jugador que más veces ha vestido la camiseta del Barcelona
Se terminó la temporada
Se terminó la temporada
Iniesta, segundo jugador que más veces ha vestido la camiseta del Barcelona
Se terminó la temporada
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Morata misses out as Spain squad announced
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Morata misses out as Spain squad announced
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Morata misses out as Spain squad announced
Alvaro Morata has missed out on selection for Spain's 23-man World Cup squad.
Despite lavish transfer expenditure in 2017, the club have argued that they are on a more secure financial footing than many, including those in Spain
It would be a scandal if PSG are punished over FFP, says club president
Despite lavish transfer expenditure in 2017, the club have argued that they are on a more secure financial footing than many, including those in Spain
Alvaro Morata has been left out of the Spain squad for the World Cup (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
Alvaro Morata has been left out of the Spain squad for the World Cup
Alvaro Morata has been left out of the Spain squad for the World Cup (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
But deliveries of the G350d 4Matic won't begin until March 2019.
Mercedes G-Class To Offer Diesel Engine In Europe From December
But deliveries of the G350d 4Matic won't begin until March 2019.
But deliveries of the G350d 4Matic won't begin until March 2019.
Mercedes G-Class To Offer Diesel Engine In Europe From December
But deliveries of the G350d 4Matic won't begin until March 2019.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in action during the 2018 FA Cup final (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in action during the 2018 FA Cup final
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in action during the 2018 FA Cup final (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Formula E Berlin: Rosenqvist title hopes eagerness led to T1 error
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Formula E Berlin: Rosenqvist title hopes eagerness led to T1 error
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Formula E Berlin: Rosenqvist title hopes eagerness led to T1 error
Felix Rosenqvist believed he had to try his risky move that backfired at the start of the Berlin Formula E race to regain ground in the title fight
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium goes to World Cup without Nainggolan
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium goes to World Cup without Nainggolan
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium goes to World Cup without Nainggolan
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
Belgium goes to World Cup without Nainggolan
Belgium's head coach Roberto Martinez presents his squad for the 2018 Russia World Cup soccer during a media conference at the Belgian Football Center in Tubize, Belgium, on Monday, May 21, 2018. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
El entrenador del Liverpool Juergen Klopp durante el entrenamiento del Liverpool, en la previa del partido entre su equipo y el Real Madrid por la final de la Liga de Campeones de Europa, Anfield, Liverpool, Gran Bretaña - 21 de mayo de 2018 Imágenes de acción a través de Reuters / Carl Recine
El entrenador del Liverpool, Juergen Klopp, durante el entrenamiento del Liverpool, en la previa del partido entre su equipo y el Real Madrid por la final de la Liga de Campeones de Europa, Anfield, Liverpool, Gran Bretaña
El entrenador del Liverpool Juergen Klopp durante el entrenamiento del Liverpool, en la previa del partido entre su equipo y el Real Madrid por la final de la Liga de Campeones de Europa, Anfield, Liverpool, Gran Bretaña - 21 de mayo de 2018 Imágenes de acción a través de Reuters / Carl Recine
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has called time on his international career after Roberto Martinez dropped him for the 2018 World Cup.
Nainggolan retires from Belgium duty after World Cup snub
Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan has called time on his international career after Roberto Martinez dropped him for the 2018 World Cup.
Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes the club will continue to improve under Pep Guardiola but insisted they must be careful not to break the winning formula with signings.
Man City will continue to improve under Guardiola - Khaldoon Al Mubarak
Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes the club will continue to improve under Pep Guardiola but insisted they must be careful not to break the winning formula with signings.
Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes the club will continue to improve under Pep Guardiola but insisted they must be careful not to break the winning formula with signings.
Man City will continue to improve under Guardiola - Khaldoon Al Mubarak
Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes the club will continue to improve under Pep Guardiola but insisted they must be careful not to break the winning formula with signings.
Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes the club will continue to improve under Pep Guardiola but insisted they must be careful not to break the winning formula with signings.
Man City will continue to improve under Guardiola - Khaldoon Al Mubarak
Man City's chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak believes the club will continue to improve under Pep Guardiola but insisted they must be careful not to break the winning formula with signings.
Coventry City will wear a bespoke kit in the League Two play-off final - not to commemorate a showpiece occasion but because they have run out of their home strip. The club have exhausted the supply of their sky blue home kit, so will instead wear a specially made blue and white striped jersey against Exeter City at Wembley. Fans will be able to buy the shirt from the club shop, who found themselves out of stock of 2017-18's popular home shirt. Dave Boddy, Coventry Chief Executive, said: “With our existing supply exhausted, we have commissioned a special, limited edition one-off shirt for the Play-Off Final. “The striped kit is one with much history, especially at Wembley, for the Sky Blues. pic.twitter.com/2NqSzxnyTF— Coventry City (@Coventry_City) 21 May 2018 “We hope it will be very popular with supporters, who will be able to buy the shirt now online at ccfc.clubstore.co.uk. “This will not be the kit for the 2018/19 season, so we hope it will be a very unique shirt for the club and fans.” The late change will evoke fond memories for Coventry supporters. Coventry wore stripes at Wembley in the 1987 FA Cup final, enjoying one of their greatest days with a shock victory over Tottenham Hotspur. This is not the first kit-related story to precede a Wembley final. Arsenal had to ask for permission to wear their usual white shorts in the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City, and avoid wearing the unusual combination of red shirt, shorts and socks. There was the famous example of Manchester United changing shirts at halftime of 3-1 defeat at Southampton in 1996. Sir Alex Ferguson blamed United's changed grey kit for a poor first-half showing, claiming his players struggled to see each other as the shirts were difficult to spot in the bright sunshine.
Coventry City to wear unique kit in play-off final...because they have run out of home shirts
Coventry City will wear a bespoke kit in the League Two play-off final - not to commemorate a showpiece occasion but because they have run out of their home strip. The club have exhausted the supply of their sky blue home kit, so will instead wear a specially made blue and white striped jersey against Exeter City at Wembley. Fans will be able to buy the shirt from the club shop, who found themselves out of stock of 2017-18's popular home shirt. Dave Boddy, Coventry Chief Executive, said: “With our existing supply exhausted, we have commissioned a special, limited edition one-off shirt for the Play-Off Final. “The striped kit is one with much history, especially at Wembley, for the Sky Blues. pic.twitter.com/2NqSzxnyTF— Coventry City (@Coventry_City) 21 May 2018 “We hope it will be very popular with supporters, who will be able to buy the shirt now online at ccfc.clubstore.co.uk. “This will not be the kit for the 2018/19 season, so we hope it will be a very unique shirt for the club and fans.” The late change will evoke fond memories for Coventry supporters. Coventry wore stripes at Wembley in the 1987 FA Cup final, enjoying one of their greatest days with a shock victory over Tottenham Hotspur. This is not the first kit-related story to precede a Wembley final. Arsenal had to ask for permission to wear their usual white shorts in the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City, and avoid wearing the unusual combination of red shirt, shorts and socks. There was the famous example of Manchester United changing shirts at halftime of 3-1 defeat at Southampton in 1996. Sir Alex Ferguson blamed United's changed grey kit for a poor first-half showing, claiming his players struggled to see each other as the shirts were difficult to spot in the bright sunshine.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Con Monreal, sin Morata y las sorpresas en la lista de la Selección española
El técnico dejó fuera a dos habituales de la fase de clasificación como Morata y Vitolo. Odriozola, Rodrigo o Aspas estarán en su primer gran torneo.
Spain's head coach Julen Lopetegui poses for a portrait at the Spanish Soccer Federation headquarters in Las Rozas, outside Madrid, April 23, 2018. REUTERS/Susana Vera
Spain's head coach Julen Lopetegui poses for a portrait at the Spanish Soccer Federation headquarters in Las Rozas, outside Madrid
Spain's head coach Julen Lopetegui poses for a portrait at the Spanish Soccer Federation headquarters in Las Rozas, outside Madrid, April 23, 2018. REUTERS/Susana Vera
Spain's head coach Julen Lopetegui poses for a portrait at the Spanish Soccer Federation headquarters in Las Rozas, outside Madrid, April 23, 2018. REUTERS/Susana Vera
Spain's head coach Julen Lopetegui poses for a portrait at the Spanish Soccer Federation headquarters in Las Rozas, outside Madrid
Spain's head coach Julen Lopetegui poses for a portrait at the Spanish Soccer Federation headquarters in Las Rozas, outside Madrid, April 23, 2018. REUTERS/Susana Vera
FILE - In this July 4, 1954 file photo, West Germany's Helmut Rahn, center with arms raised, celebrates after equalizing in the World Cup soccer final match against Hungary, at Wankdorf Stadium, in Bern, Switzerland. West Germany would go on to win the match 3-2. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/File)
WORLD CUP: West Germans beat Hungary in 'Miracle of Bern'
FILE - In this July 4, 1954 file photo, West Germany's Helmut Rahn, center with arms raised, celebrates after equalizing in the World Cup soccer final match against Hungary, at Wankdorf Stadium, in Bern, Switzerland. West Germany would go on to win the match 3-2. The 21st World Cup begins on Thursday, June 14, 2018, when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. (AP Photo/File)
The 21-year-old featured in every league game but one in his first season at the San Siro Stadium
Franck Kessie reveals secret behind regular playing time at AC Milan
The 21-year-old featured in every league game but one in his first season at the San Siro Stadium
The 21-year-old featured in every league game but one in his first season at the San Siro Stadium
Franck Kessie reveals secret behind regular playing time at AC Milan
The 21-year-old featured in every league game but one in his first season at the San Siro Stadium
The 21-year-old featured in every league game but one in his first season at the San Siro Stadium
Franck Kessie reveals secret behind regular playing time at AC Milan
The 21-year-old featured in every league game but one in his first season at the San Siro Stadium
En la imagen, Rafa Nadal celebra su victoria en Roma, el 20 de mayo de 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
Nadal vuelve al número uno antes de buscar su undécimo Abierto de Francia
En la imagen, Rafa Nadal celebra su victoria en Roma, el 20 de mayo de 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
El atacante del Chelsea no ha sido incluido en la convocatoria de 23 hombres de España para el Mundial.
Lopetegui, sobre la ausencia de Morata: "Ha hecho méritos para estar, pero la decisión está tomada"
El atacante del Chelsea no ha sido incluido en la convocatoria de 23 hombres de España para el Mundial.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
Así es el equipo que no lleva España al Mundial
Varias estrellas del fútbol español que juegan en LaLiga, la Serie A o la Premier League no estarán en Rusia 2018.
The Red Devils will be one of the teams to watch in the tournament in Russia, such is their talented squad and deep pool of players
Belgium's 2018 World Cup squad: Who joins Hazard & Lukaku in tournament panel?
The Red Devils will be one of the teams to watch in the tournament in Russia, such is their talented squad and deep pool of players
The Red Devils will be one of the teams to watch in the tournament in Russia, such is their talented squad and deep pool of players
Belgium's 2018 World Cup squad: Who joins Hazard & Lukaku in tournament panel?
The Red Devils will be one of the teams to watch in the tournament in Russia, such is their talented squad and deep pool of players
The Red Devils will be one of the teams to watch in the tournament in Russia, such is their talented squad and deep pool of players
Belgium's 2018 World Cup squad: Who joins Hazard & Lukaku in tournament panel?
The Red Devils will be one of the teams to watch in the tournament in Russia, such is their talented squad and deep pool of players
The Red Devils will be one of the teams to watch in the tournament in Russia, such is their talented squad and deep pool of players
Belgium's 2018 World Cup squad: Who joins Hazard & Lukaku in tournament panel?
The Red Devils will be one of the teams to watch in the tournament in Russia, such is their talented squad and deep pool of players
The Red Devils will be one of the teams to watch in the tournament in Russia, such is their talented squad and deep pool of players
Belgium's 2018 World Cup squad: Who joins Hazard & Lukaku in tournament panel?
The Red Devils will be one of the teams to watch in the tournament in Russia, such is their talented squad and deep pool of players
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Tamsin Greenway: Why it's time to #ShowUp for women's sport
Champions League final: Real Madrid vs Liverpool, what time is it, TV channel, team news, line-ups, tickets, odds
Champions League final: Real Madrid vs Liverpool, what time is it, TV channel, team news, line-ups, tickets, odds
Champions League final: Real Madrid vs Liverpool, what time is it, TV channel, team news, line-ups, tickets, odds
Champions League final: Real Madrid vs Liverpool, what time is it, TV channel, team news, line-ups, tickets, odds
Champions League final: Real Madrid vs Liverpool, what time is it, TV channel, team news, line-ups, tickets, odds
Champions League final: Real Madrid vs Liverpool, what time is it, TV channel, team news, line-ups, tickets, odds
Alvaro Morata, Cesc Fabregas and Vitolo are three of the biggest names to miss out on a place in Spain's World Cup squad.
BREAKING NEWS: Spain striker Morata misses out on World Cup selection
Alvaro Morata, Cesc Fabregas and Vitolo are three of the biggest names to miss out on a place in Spain's World Cup squad.
La Roja are looking to win their fourth major title in the last 10 years in Russia but have opted to leave out Chelsea's record signing
Morata misses out on Spain's 23-man World Cup squad
La Roja are looking to win their fourth major title in the last 10 years in Russia but have opted to leave out Chelsea's record signing
Belgium's omission of Radja Nainggolan from their World Cup squad is a major surprise (AFP Photo/Tiziana FABI)
Belgium's omission of Radja Nainggolan from their World Cup squad is a major surprise
Belgium's omission of Radja Nainggolan from their World Cup squad is a major surprise (AFP Photo/Tiziana FABI)
The Braves plated six runs in the bottom of the ninth to walk off 10-9 winners against the Marlins, marking their largest comeback in the ninth in exactly eight years.
And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
The Braves plated six runs in the bottom of the ninth to walk off 10-9 winners against the Marlins, marking their largest comeback in the ninth in exactly eight years.
The Braves plated six runs in the bottom of the ninth to walk off 10-9 winners against the Marlins, marking their largest comeback in the ninth in exactly eight years.
And That Happened: Sunday’s Scores and Highlights
The Braves plated six runs in the bottom of the ninth to walk off 10-9 winners against the Marlins, marking their largest comeback in the ninth in exactly eight years.
The student-design concept would look lovely in the supercar lineup.
Lamborghini Pura SV Is A Sleek, Stunning Look At Lambo's Future
The student-design concept would look lovely in the supercar lineup.
The student-design concept would look lovely in the supercar lineup.
Lamborghini Pura SV Is A Sleek, Stunning Look At Lambo's Future
The student-design concept would look lovely in the supercar lineup.
The student-design concept would look lovely in the supercar lineup.
Lamborghini Pura SV Is A Sleek, Stunning Look At Lambo's Future
The student-design concept would look lovely in the supercar lineup.
The student-design concept would look lovely in the supercar lineup.
Lamborghini Pura SV Is A Sleek, Stunning Look At Lambo's Future
The student-design concept would look lovely in the supercar lineup.
The student-design concept would look lovely in the supercar lineup.
Lamborghini Pura SV Is A Sleek, Stunning Look At Lambo's Future
The student-design concept would look lovely in the supercar lineup.
Metta World Peace is confident the Los Angeles Lakers are close to challenging for NBA championships again.
LeBron or Kawhi could lead Lakers to the Finals - World Peace
Metta World Peace is confident the Los Angeles Lakers are close to challenging for NBA championships again.
Half of last season's Premier League are in a state of managerial upheaval, symptomatic of a season that saw only a few clubs avoid the spectre of discontent. This summer could see a remarkable number of entrances and exits, with up to 10 teams unsure of who their manager will be come August. Arsenal, and possibly Chelsea, will try and muster a stronger challenge with a new man at the helm, while West Ham and Everton are looking to escape the mid-table morass and ingratiate themselves with unhappy supporters. Stoke and Swansea parted ways with their managers after relegation, while some clubs are hoping to ward off interest from bigger clubs in their over-achieving coaches. Here are the 10 cases that could reach a conclusion soon. Imminent arrivals Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) Arsenal promised an appointment before the start of the World Cup and they appear ready to honour their word. Former captain Mikel Arteta is close to agreeing a deal that will see him succeed Arsène Wenger in a head coach role. Despite links with high-profile managers such as Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri, Arsenal have opted for a coach they believe will fit into the club's new structure and balance of power. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Following a cull of Wenger's backroom staff, all that remains is for Arteta to finalise who he wishes to assist him. Steve Bould has been offered a position by Arsenal but could be reluctant to work under the younger Arteta, while there have been whispers of a role for fellow Basque playmaker and close friend Xabi Alonso. Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham) Former Real Madrid manager Manuel Pellegrini is in London for talks with West Ham, as the club look to re-energise a beleaguered fan-base. David Moyes brought discipline and a work ethic to a squad in dire need of organisation, but Premier League teams need to aspire to more than survival to keep punters interested. Pellegrini and life in London could be twin attractions to a higher standard of player, and the coach known as 'The Engineer' has a reputation for cultivating expressive, attacking football. Pellegrini won a league title and two League Cups at Manchester City and took Malaga to within seconds of a Champions League semi-final in 2013. Manuel Pellegrini guided Manchester City to a second Premier League Credit: Getty Images Marco Silva (Everton) The man Everton wanted last autumn before they settled for Sam Allardyce, Marco Silva remains the frontrunner for the job. Reports suggest he is 'edging closer' with talks scheduled for this week, although his former club Watford are still pursuing a complaint for an alleged illegal approach for Silva. Everton could have to agree a compensation package, even though Silva is currently unemployed. A manager who has been greeted with scepticism in England, Silva will be under pressure from the off should he arrive at Goodison Park. Possible departures Antonio Conte (Chelsea) Asituation that has been brewing since Conte sent that text message to Diego Costa and was left unsatisfied by Chelsea's summer transfer dealings. The season finished with an FA Cup triumph, Conte's second major trophy with England, and despite lingering ill-feeling Chelsea reached the end of the campaign without truly running off the rails. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour The Italian looks short of allies within the club's hierarchy however, and repeated in his post-match press conference at Wembley that he has no intention of changing. Conte's reputation as a coach has not been damaged, and he would be a leading contender for most of European football's plum jobs. He will not be scared of moving on, and Chelsea are certainly not scared of managerial change. It all points in one direction. Claude Puel (Leicester) After a promising start that left many feeling Puel had been unfairly treated by Southampton, things fizzled out at Leicester in familiar fashion. The usually cycle - new manager, pick-up in form, consolidation, eventual stagnation - used to take a year or two, but expires within a few months in today's Premier League. Leicester's reality was warped by their 2015-16 title-winning season, and they have not established reasonable expectations and targets since. Their players seem bored by Puel, and his desire to slow-down Leicester's build-up play through shorter passes always seems an awkward fit (even though they will have to evolve eventually). Another club that could face an identity crisis. Claude Puel's Leicester limped towards the finish line last season Credit: Getty Images Vacancies Swansea City Carlos Carvalhal ran out of analogies and ideas, and left Swansea last week following relegation to the Championship. Geeing up a group of players with positivity can yield short-term rewards but also diminishing returns. Swansea will struggle to attract a better technical coach than Paul Clement, even if elements of his man management were found wanting, so face an uncertain future. Do they appoint a promotion specialist with knowledge of the division or return to the philosophy that served them well under Roberto Martinez, Paulo Sousa and Brendan Rodgers? Jaap Stam, Chris Coleman and Ostersunds manager Graham Potter have been linked. Premier League club-by-club review Stoke City Stoke seem to want a British manager to guide them back to the top-flight with Gary Rowett the red-hot favourite to replace Paul Lambert. Former player Steve Bould could also be available if he decides to decline Arsenal's offer to stay under the new regime, but he would be a gamble. Like Swansea, a club that seems to have lost an 'identity'. The early indications are they wish to recapture the aggression and pugnacity of the Tony Pulis-era. Unresolved futures Mark Hughes (Southampton) Southampton are expected to name Mark Hughes are their permanent manager this week. Hughes signed a short-term contract at St Mary's but will be rewarded with a longer deal after guiding them to Premier League safety. Now Southampton must focus on ensuring they do not leave themselves in such a perilous position again, starting with sound recruitment this summer. Hughes' spending and transfer record at Stoke and Queens Park Rangers was chequered at best. Is Rafael Benitez on collision course with Mike Ashley? Credit: Getty Images Rafael Benitez (Newcastle) 'Rafa' would like to stay and Newcastle would love to keep him, so why the nagging doubt that this could end in tears? It all comes down to whether owner Mike Ashley, who is still looking to sell the club, backs Benitez in the transfer market to build a squad that can establish itself in the top-half. Benitez is well aware that he has suitors, and holds all the aces in the battle of wills between manager and owner. A new contract remains unsigned. David Wagner (Huddersfield) Now the sixth-longest serving boss in the Premier League, David Wagner will likely be at Huddersfield next season but they would be wise to reward his fine work with a new contract. Wagner has attracted admiring glances from clubs such as Everton, and there was even a link to the Chelsea job earlier this year.
Managerial mayhem: Why half of last season's Premier League are in flux and what will be decided this week
Half of last season's Premier League are in a state of managerial upheaval, symptomatic of a season that saw only a few clubs avoid the spectre of discontent. This summer could see a remarkable number of entrances and exits, with up to 10 teams unsure of who their manager will be come August. Arsenal, and possibly Chelsea, will try and muster a stronger challenge with a new man at the helm, while West Ham and Everton are looking to escape the mid-table morass and ingratiate themselves with unhappy supporters. Stoke and Swansea parted ways with their managers after relegation, while some clubs are hoping to ward off interest from bigger clubs in their over-achieving coaches. Here are the 10 cases that could reach a conclusion soon. Imminent arrivals Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) Arsenal promised an appointment before the start of the World Cup and they appear ready to honour their word. Former captain Mikel Arteta is close to agreeing a deal that will see him succeed Arsène Wenger in a head coach role. Despite links with high-profile managers such as Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri, Arsenal have opted for a coach they believe will fit into the club's new structure and balance of power. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Following a cull of Wenger's backroom staff, all that remains is for Arteta to finalise who he wishes to assist him. Steve Bould has been offered a position by Arsenal but could be reluctant to work under the younger Arteta, while there have been whispers of a role for fellow Basque playmaker and close friend Xabi Alonso. Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham) Former Real Madrid manager Manuel Pellegrini is in London for talks with West Ham, as the club look to re-energise a beleaguered fan-base. David Moyes brought discipline and a work ethic to a squad in dire need of organisation, but Premier League teams need to aspire to more than survival to keep punters interested. Pellegrini and life in London could be twin attractions to a higher standard of player, and the coach known as 'The Engineer' has a reputation for cultivating expressive, attacking football. Pellegrini won a league title and two League Cups at Manchester City and took Malaga to within seconds of a Champions League semi-final in 2013. Manuel Pellegrini guided Manchester City to a second Premier League Credit: Getty Images Marco Silva (Everton) The man Everton wanted last autumn before they settled for Sam Allardyce, Marco Silva remains the frontrunner for the job. Reports suggest he is 'edging closer' with talks scheduled for this week, although his former club Watford are still pursuing a complaint for an alleged illegal approach for Silva. Everton could have to agree a compensation package, even though Silva is currently unemployed. A manager who has been greeted with scepticism in England, Silva will be under pressure from the off should he arrive at Goodison Park. Possible departures Antonio Conte (Chelsea) Asituation that has been brewing since Conte sent that text message to Diego Costa and was left unsatisfied by Chelsea's summer transfer dealings. The season finished with an FA Cup triumph, Conte's second major trophy with England, and despite lingering ill-feeling Chelsea reached the end of the campaign without truly running off the rails. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour The Italian looks short of allies within the club's hierarchy however, and repeated in his post-match press conference at Wembley that he has no intention of changing. Conte's reputation as a coach has not been damaged, and he would be a leading contender for most of European football's plum jobs. He will not be scared of moving on, and Chelsea are certainly not scared of managerial change. It all points in one direction. Claude Puel (Leicester) After a promising start that left many feeling Puel had been unfairly treated by Southampton, things fizzled out at Leicester in familiar fashion. The usually cycle - new manager, pick-up in form, consolidation, eventual stagnation - used to take a year or two, but expires within a few months in today's Premier League. Leicester's reality was warped by their 2015-16 title-winning season, and they have not established reasonable expectations and targets since. Their players seem bored by Puel, and his desire to slow-down Leicester's build-up play through shorter passes always seems an awkward fit (even though they will have to evolve eventually). Another club that could face an identity crisis. Claude Puel's Leicester limped towards the finish line last season Credit: Getty Images Vacancies Swansea City Carlos Carvalhal ran out of analogies and ideas, and left Swansea last week following relegation to the Championship. Geeing up a group of players with positivity can yield short-term rewards but also diminishing returns. Swansea will struggle to attract a better technical coach than Paul Clement, even if elements of his man management were found wanting, so face an uncertain future. Do they appoint a promotion specialist with knowledge of the division or return to the philosophy that served them well under Roberto Martinez, Paulo Sousa and Brendan Rodgers? Jaap Stam, Chris Coleman and Ostersunds manager Graham Potter have been linked. Premier League club-by-club review Stoke City Stoke seem to want a British manager to guide them back to the top-flight with Gary Rowett the red-hot favourite to replace Paul Lambert. Former player Steve Bould could also be available if he decides to decline Arsenal's offer to stay under the new regime, but he would be a gamble. Like Swansea, a club that seems to have lost an 'identity'. The early indications are they wish to recapture the aggression and pugnacity of the Tony Pulis-era. Unresolved futures Mark Hughes (Southampton) Southampton are expected to name Mark Hughes are their permanent manager this week. Hughes signed a short-term contract at St Mary's but will be rewarded with a longer deal after guiding them to Premier League safety. Now Southampton must focus on ensuring they do not leave themselves in such a perilous position again, starting with sound recruitment this summer. Hughes' spending and transfer record at Stoke and Queens Park Rangers was chequered at best. Is Rafael Benitez on collision course with Mike Ashley? Credit: Getty Images Rafael Benitez (Newcastle) 'Rafa' would like to stay and Newcastle would love to keep him, so why the nagging doubt that this could end in tears? It all comes down to whether owner Mike Ashley, who is still looking to sell the club, backs Benitez in the transfer market to build a squad that can establish itself in the top-half. Benitez is well aware that he has suitors, and holds all the aces in the battle of wills between manager and owner. A new contract remains unsigned. David Wagner (Huddersfield) Now the sixth-longest serving boss in the Premier League, David Wagner will likely be at Huddersfield next season but they would be wise to reward his fine work with a new contract. Wagner has attracted admiring glances from clubs such as Everton, and there was even a link to the Chelsea job earlier this year.
Half of last season's Premier League are in a state of managerial upheaval, symptomatic of a season that saw only a few clubs avoid the spectre of discontent. This summer could see a remarkable number of entrances and exits, with up to 10 teams unsure of who their manager will be come August. Arsenal, and possibly Chelsea, will try and muster a stronger challenge with a new man at the helm, while West Ham and Everton are looking to escape the mid-table morass and ingratiate themselves with unhappy supporters. Stoke and Swansea parted ways with their managers after relegation, while some clubs are hoping to ward off interest from bigger clubs in their over-achieving coaches. Here are the 10 cases that could reach a conclusion soon. Imminent arrivals Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) Arsenal promised an appointment before the start of the World Cup and they appear ready to honour their word. Former captain Mikel Arteta is close to agreeing a deal that will see him succeed Arsène Wenger in a head coach role. Despite links with high-profile managers such as Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri, Arsenal have opted for a coach they believe will fit into the club's new structure and balance of power. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Following a cull of Wenger's backroom staff, all that remains is for Arteta to finalise who he wishes to assist him. Steve Bould has been offered a position by Arsenal but could be reluctant to work under the younger Arteta, while there have been whispers of a role for fellow Basque playmaker and close friend Xabi Alonso. Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham) Former Real Madrid manager Manuel Pellegrini is in London for talks with West Ham, as the club look to re-energise a beleaguered fan-base. David Moyes brought discipline and a work ethic to a squad in dire need of organisation, but Premier League teams need to aspire to more than survival to keep punters interested. Pellegrini and life in London could be twin attractions to a higher standard of player, and the coach known as 'The Engineer' has a reputation for cultivating expressive, attacking football. Pellegrini won a league title and two League Cups at Manchester City and took Malaga to within seconds of a Champions League semi-final in 2013. Manuel Pellegrini guided Manchester City to a second Premier League Credit: Getty Images Marco Silva (Everton) The man Everton wanted last autumn before they settled for Sam Allardyce, Marco Silva remains the frontrunner for the job. Reports suggest he is 'edging closer' with talks scheduled for this week, although his former club Watford are still pursuing a complaint for an alleged illegal approach for Silva. Everton could have to agree a compensation package, even though Silva is currently unemployed. A manager who has been greeted with scepticism in England, Silva will be under pressure from the off should he arrive at Goodison Park. Possible departures Antonio Conte (Chelsea) Asituation that has been brewing since Conte sent that text message to Diego Costa and was left unsatisfied by Chelsea's summer transfer dealings. The season finished with an FA Cup triumph, Conte's second major trophy with England, and despite lingering ill-feeling Chelsea reached the end of the campaign without truly running off the rails. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour The Italian looks short of allies within the club's hierarchy however, and repeated in his post-match press conference at Wembley that he has no intention of changing. Conte's reputation as a coach has not been damaged, and he would be a leading contender for most of European football's plum jobs. He will not be scared of moving on, and Chelsea are certainly not scared of managerial change. It all points in one direction. Claude Puel (Leicester) After a promising start that left many feeling Puel had been unfairly treated by Southampton, things fizzled out at Leicester in familiar fashion. The usually cycle - new manager, pick-up in form, consolidation, eventual stagnation - used to take a year or two, but expires within a few months in today's Premier League. Leicester's reality was warped by their 2015-16 title-winning season, and they have not established reasonable expectations and targets since. Their players seem bored by Puel, and his desire to slow-down Leicester's build-up play through shorter passes always seems an awkward fit (even though they will have to evolve eventually). Another club that could face an identity crisis. Claude Puel's Leicester limped towards the finish line last season Credit: Getty Images Vacancies Swansea City Carlos Carvalhal ran out of analogies and ideas, and left Swansea last week following relegation to the Championship. Geeing up a group of players with positivity can yield short-term rewards but also diminishing returns. Swansea will struggle to attract a better technical coach than Paul Clement, even if elements of his man management were found wanting, so face an uncertain future. Do they appoint a promotion specialist with knowledge of the division or return to the philosophy that served them well under Roberto Martinez, Paulo Sousa and Brendan Rodgers? Jaap Stam, Chris Coleman and Ostersunds manager Graham Potter have been linked. Premier League club-by-club review Stoke City Stoke seem to want a British manager to guide them back to the top-flight with Gary Rowett the red-hot favourite to replace Paul Lambert. Former player Steve Bould could also be available if he decides to decline Arsenal's offer to stay under the new regime, but he would be a gamble. Like Swansea, a club that seems to have lost an 'identity'. The early indications are they wish to recapture the aggression and pugnacity of the Tony Pulis-era. Unresolved futures Mark Hughes (Southampton) Southampton are expected to name Mark Hughes are their permanent manager this week. Hughes signed a short-term contract at St Mary's but will be rewarded with a longer deal after guiding them to Premier League safety. Now Southampton must focus on ensuring they do not leave themselves in such a perilous position again, starting with sound recruitment this summer. Hughes' spending and transfer record at Stoke and Queens Park Rangers was chequered at best. Is Rafael Benitez on collision course with Mike Ashley? Credit: Getty Images Rafael Benitez (Newcastle) 'Rafa' would like to stay and Newcastle would love to keep him, so why the nagging doubt that this could end in tears? It all comes down to whether owner Mike Ashley, who is still looking to sell the club, backs Benitez in the transfer market to build a squad that can establish itself in the top-half. Benitez is well aware that he has suitors, and holds all the aces in the battle of wills between manager and owner. A new contract remains unsigned. David Wagner (Huddersfield) Now the sixth-longest serving boss in the Premier League, David Wagner will likely be at Huddersfield next season but they would be wise to reward his fine work with a new contract. Wagner has attracted admiring glances from clubs such as Everton, and there was even a link to the Chelsea job earlier this year.
Managerial mayhem: Why half of last season's Premier League are in flux and what will be decided this week
Half of last season's Premier League are in a state of managerial upheaval, symptomatic of a season that saw only a few clubs avoid the spectre of discontent. This summer could see a remarkable number of entrances and exits, with up to 10 teams unsure of who their manager will be come August. Arsenal, and possibly Chelsea, will try and muster a stronger challenge with a new man at the helm, while West Ham and Everton are looking to escape the mid-table morass and ingratiate themselves with unhappy supporters. Stoke and Swansea parted ways with their managers after relegation, while some clubs are hoping to ward off interest from bigger clubs in their over-achieving coaches. Here are the 10 cases that could reach a conclusion soon. Imminent arrivals Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) Arsenal promised an appointment before the start of the World Cup and they appear ready to honour their word. Former captain Mikel Arteta is close to agreeing a deal that will see him succeed Arsène Wenger in a head coach role. Despite links with high-profile managers such as Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri, Arsenal have opted for a coach they believe will fit into the club's new structure and balance of power. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Following a cull of Wenger's backroom staff, all that remains is for Arteta to finalise who he wishes to assist him. Steve Bould has been offered a position by Arsenal but could be reluctant to work under the younger Arteta, while there have been whispers of a role for fellow Basque playmaker and close friend Xabi Alonso. Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham) Former Real Madrid manager Manuel Pellegrini is in London for talks with West Ham, as the club look to re-energise a beleaguered fan-base. David Moyes brought discipline and a work ethic to a squad in dire need of organisation, but Premier League teams need to aspire to more than survival to keep punters interested. Pellegrini and life in London could be twin attractions to a higher standard of player, and the coach known as 'The Engineer' has a reputation for cultivating expressive, attacking football. Pellegrini won a league title and two League Cups at Manchester City and took Malaga to within seconds of a Champions League semi-final in 2013. Manuel Pellegrini guided Manchester City to a second Premier League Credit: Getty Images Marco Silva (Everton) The man Everton wanted last autumn before they settled for Sam Allardyce, Marco Silva remains the frontrunner for the job. Reports suggest he is 'edging closer' with talks scheduled for this week, although his former club Watford are still pursuing a complaint for an alleged illegal approach for Silva. Everton could have to agree a compensation package, even though Silva is currently unemployed. A manager who has been greeted with scepticism in England, Silva will be under pressure from the off should he arrive at Goodison Park. Possible departures Antonio Conte (Chelsea) Asituation that has been brewing since Conte sent that text message to Diego Costa and was left unsatisfied by Chelsea's summer transfer dealings. The season finished with an FA Cup triumph, Conte's second major trophy with England, and despite lingering ill-feeling Chelsea reached the end of the campaign without truly running off the rails. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour The Italian looks short of allies within the club's hierarchy however, and repeated in his post-match press conference at Wembley that he has no intention of changing. Conte's reputation as a coach has not been damaged, and he would be a leading contender for most of European football's plum jobs. He will not be scared of moving on, and Chelsea are certainly not scared of managerial change. It all points in one direction. Claude Puel (Leicester) After a promising start that left many feeling Puel had been unfairly treated by Southampton, things fizzled out at Leicester in familiar fashion. The usually cycle - new manager, pick-up in form, consolidation, eventual stagnation - used to take a year or two, but expires within a few months in today's Premier League. Leicester's reality was warped by their 2015-16 title-winning season, and they have not established reasonable expectations and targets since. Their players seem bored by Puel, and his desire to slow-down Leicester's build-up play through shorter passes always seems an awkward fit (even though they will have to evolve eventually). Another club that could face an identity crisis. Claude Puel's Leicester limped towards the finish line last season Credit: Getty Images Vacancies Swansea City Carlos Carvalhal ran out of analogies and ideas, and left Swansea last week following relegation to the Championship. Geeing up a group of players with positivity can yield short-term rewards but also diminishing returns. Swansea will struggle to attract a better technical coach than Paul Clement, even if elements of his man management were found wanting, so face an uncertain future. Do they appoint a promotion specialist with knowledge of the division or return to the philosophy that served them well under Roberto Martinez, Paulo Sousa and Brendan Rodgers? Jaap Stam, Chris Coleman and Ostersunds manager Graham Potter have been linked. Premier League club-by-club review Stoke City Stoke seem to want a British manager to guide them back to the top-flight with Gary Rowett the red-hot favourite to replace Paul Lambert. Former player Steve Bould could also be available if he decides to decline Arsenal's offer to stay under the new regime, but he would be a gamble. Like Swansea, a club that seems to have lost an 'identity'. The early indications are they wish to recapture the aggression and pugnacity of the Tony Pulis-era. Unresolved futures Mark Hughes (Southampton) Southampton are expected to name Mark Hughes are their permanent manager this week. Hughes signed a short-term contract at St Mary's but will be rewarded with a longer deal after guiding them to Premier League safety. Now Southampton must focus on ensuring they do not leave themselves in such a perilous position again, starting with sound recruitment this summer. Hughes' spending and transfer record at Stoke and Queens Park Rangers was chequered at best. Is Rafael Benitez on collision course with Mike Ashley? Credit: Getty Images Rafael Benitez (Newcastle) 'Rafa' would like to stay and Newcastle would love to keep him, so why the nagging doubt that this could end in tears? It all comes down to whether owner Mike Ashley, who is still looking to sell the club, backs Benitez in the transfer market to build a squad that can establish itself in the top-half. Benitez is well aware that he has suitors, and holds all the aces in the battle of wills between manager and owner. A new contract remains unsigned. David Wagner (Huddersfield) Now the sixth-longest serving boss in the Premier League, David Wagner will likely be at Huddersfield next season but they would be wise to reward his fine work with a new contract. Wagner has attracted admiring glances from clubs such as Everton, and there was even a link to the Chelsea job earlier this year.
Half of last season's Premier League are in a state of managerial upheaval, symptomatic of a season that saw only a few clubs avoid the spectre of discontent. This summer could see a remarkable number of entrances and exits, with up to 10 teams unsure of who their manager will be come August. Arsenal, and possibly Chelsea, will try and muster a stronger challenge with a new man at the helm, while West Ham and Everton are looking to escape the mid-table morass and ingratiate themselves with unhappy supporters. Stoke and Swansea parted ways with their managers after relegation, while some clubs are hoping to ward off interest from bigger clubs in their over-achieving coaches. Here are the 10 cases that could reach a conclusion soon. Imminent arrivals Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) Arsenal promised an appointment before the start of the World Cup and they appear ready to honour their word. Former captain Mikel Arteta is close to agreeing a deal that will see him succeed Arsène Wenger in a head coach role. Despite links with high-profile managers such as Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri, Arsenal have opted for a coach they believe will fit into the club's new structure and balance of power. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Following a cull of Wenger's backroom staff, all that remains is for Arteta to finalise who he wishes to assist him. Steve Bould has been offered a position by Arsenal but could be reluctant to work under the younger Arteta, while there have been whispers of a role for fellow Basque playmaker and close friend Xabi Alonso. Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham) Former Real Madrid manager Manuel Pellegrini is in London for talks with West Ham, as the club look to re-energise a beleaguered fan-base. David Moyes brought discipline and a work ethic to a squad in dire need of organisation, but Premier League teams need to aspire to more than survival to keep punters interested. Pellegrini and life in London could be twin attractions to a higher standard of player, and the coach known as 'The Engineer' has a reputation for cultivating expressive, attacking football. Pellegrini won a league title and two League Cups at Manchester City and took Malaga to within seconds of a Champions League semi-final in 2013. Manuel Pellegrini guided Manchester City to a second Premier League Credit: Getty Images Marco Silva (Everton) The man Everton wanted last autumn before they settled for Sam Allardyce, Marco Silva remains the frontrunner for the job. Reports suggest he is 'edging closer' with talks scheduled for this week, although his former club Watford are still pursuing a complaint for an alleged illegal approach for Silva. Everton could have to agree a compensation package, even though Silva is currently unemployed. A manager who has been greeted with scepticism in England, Silva will be under pressure from the off should he arrive at Goodison Park. Possible departures Antonio Conte (Chelsea) Asituation that has been brewing since Conte sent that text message to Diego Costa and was left unsatisfied by Chelsea's summer transfer dealings. The season finished with an FA Cup triumph, Conte's second major trophy with England, and despite lingering ill-feeling Chelsea reached the end of the campaign without truly running off the rails. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour The Italian looks short of allies within the club's hierarchy however, and repeated in his post-match press conference at Wembley that he has no intention of changing. Conte's reputation as a coach has not been damaged, and he would be a leading contender for most of European football's plum jobs. He will not be scared of moving on, and Chelsea are certainly not scared of managerial change. It all points in one direction. Claude Puel (Leicester) After a promising start that left many feeling Puel had been unfairly treated by Southampton, things fizzled out at Leicester in familiar fashion. The usually cycle - new manager, pick-up in form, consolidation, eventual stagnation - used to take a year or two, but expires within a few months in today's Premier League. Leicester's reality was warped by their 2015-16 title-winning season, and they have not established reasonable expectations and targets since. Their players seem bored by Puel, and his desire to slow-down Leicester's build-up play through shorter passes always seems an awkward fit (even though they will have to evolve eventually). Another club that could face an identity crisis. Claude Puel's Leicester limped towards the finish line last season Credit: Getty Images Vacancies Swansea City Carlos Carvalhal ran out of analogies and ideas, and left Swansea last week following relegation to the Championship. Geeing up a group of players with positivity can yield short-term rewards but also diminishing returns. Swansea will struggle to attract a better technical coach than Paul Clement, even if elements of his man management were found wanting, so face an uncertain future. Do they appoint a promotion specialist with knowledge of the division or return to the philosophy that served them well under Roberto Martinez, Paulo Sousa and Brendan Rodgers? Jaap Stam, Chris Coleman and Ostersunds manager Graham Potter have been linked. Premier League club-by-club review Stoke City Stoke seem to want a British manager to guide them back to the top-flight with Gary Rowett the red-hot favourite to replace Paul Lambert. Former player Steve Bould could also be available if he decides to decline Arsenal's offer to stay under the new regime, but he would be a gamble. Like Swansea, a club that seems to have lost an 'identity'. The early indications are they wish to recapture the aggression and pugnacity of the Tony Pulis-era. Unresolved futures Mark Hughes (Southampton) Southampton are expected to name Mark Hughes are their permanent manager this week. Hughes signed a short-term contract at St Mary's but will be rewarded with a longer deal after guiding them to Premier League safety. Now Southampton must focus on ensuring they do not leave themselves in such a perilous position again, starting with sound recruitment this summer. Hughes' spending and transfer record at Stoke and Queens Park Rangers was chequered at best. Is Rafael Benitez on collision course with Mike Ashley? Credit: Getty Images Rafael Benitez (Newcastle) 'Rafa' would like to stay and Newcastle would love to keep him, so why the nagging doubt that this could end in tears? It all comes down to whether owner Mike Ashley, who is still looking to sell the club, backs Benitez in the transfer market to build a squad that can establish itself in the top-half. Benitez is well aware that he has suitors, and holds all the aces in the battle of wills between manager and owner. A new contract remains unsigned. David Wagner (Huddersfield) Now the sixth-longest serving boss in the Premier League, David Wagner will likely be at Huddersfield next season but they would be wise to reward his fine work with a new contract. Wagner has attracted admiring glances from clubs such as Everton, and there was even a link to the Chelsea job earlier this year.
Managerial mayhem: Why half of last season's Premier League are in flux and what will be decided this week
Half of last season's Premier League are in a state of managerial upheaval, symptomatic of a season that saw only a few clubs avoid the spectre of discontent. This summer could see a remarkable number of entrances and exits, with up to 10 teams unsure of who their manager will be come August. Arsenal, and possibly Chelsea, will try and muster a stronger challenge with a new man at the helm, while West Ham and Everton are looking to escape the mid-table morass and ingratiate themselves with unhappy supporters. Stoke and Swansea parted ways with their managers after relegation, while some clubs are hoping to ward off interest from bigger clubs in their over-achieving coaches. Here are the 10 cases that could reach a conclusion soon. Imminent arrivals Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) Arsenal promised an appointment before the start of the World Cup and they appear ready to honour their word. Former captain Mikel Arteta is close to agreeing a deal that will see him succeed Arsène Wenger in a head coach role. Despite links with high-profile managers such as Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri, Arsenal have opted for a coach they believe will fit into the club's new structure and balance of power. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Following a cull of Wenger's backroom staff, all that remains is for Arteta to finalise who he wishes to assist him. Steve Bould has been offered a position by Arsenal but could be reluctant to work under the younger Arteta, while there have been whispers of a role for fellow Basque playmaker and close friend Xabi Alonso. Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham) Former Real Madrid manager Manuel Pellegrini is in London for talks with West Ham, as the club look to re-energise a beleaguered fan-base. David Moyes brought discipline and a work ethic to a squad in dire need of organisation, but Premier League teams need to aspire to more than survival to keep punters interested. Pellegrini and life in London could be twin attractions to a higher standard of player, and the coach known as 'The Engineer' has a reputation for cultivating expressive, attacking football. Pellegrini won a league title and two League Cups at Manchester City and took Malaga to within seconds of a Champions League semi-final in 2013. Manuel Pellegrini guided Manchester City to a second Premier League Credit: Getty Images Marco Silva (Everton) The man Everton wanted last autumn before they settled for Sam Allardyce, Marco Silva remains the frontrunner for the job. Reports suggest he is 'edging closer' with talks scheduled for this week, although his former club Watford are still pursuing a complaint for an alleged illegal approach for Silva. Everton could have to agree a compensation package, even though Silva is currently unemployed. A manager who has been greeted with scepticism in England, Silva will be under pressure from the off should he arrive at Goodison Park. Possible departures Antonio Conte (Chelsea) Asituation that has been brewing since Conte sent that text message to Diego Costa and was left unsatisfied by Chelsea's summer transfer dealings. The season finished with an FA Cup triumph, Conte's second major trophy with England, and despite lingering ill-feeling Chelsea reached the end of the campaign without truly running off the rails. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour The Italian looks short of allies within the club's hierarchy however, and repeated in his post-match press conference at Wembley that he has no intention of changing. Conte's reputation as a coach has not been damaged, and he would be a leading contender for most of European football's plum jobs. He will not be scared of moving on, and Chelsea are certainly not scared of managerial change. It all points in one direction. Claude Puel (Leicester) After a promising start that left many feeling Puel had been unfairly treated by Southampton, things fizzled out at Leicester in familiar fashion. The usually cycle - new manager, pick-up in form, consolidation, eventual stagnation - used to take a year or two, but expires within a few months in today's Premier League. Leicester's reality was warped by their 2015-16 title-winning season, and they have not established reasonable expectations and targets since. Their players seem bored by Puel, and his desire to slow-down Leicester's build-up play through shorter passes always seems an awkward fit (even though they will have to evolve eventually). Another club that could face an identity crisis. Claude Puel's Leicester limped towards the finish line last season Credit: Getty Images Vacancies Swansea City Carlos Carvalhal ran out of analogies and ideas, and left Swansea last week following relegation to the Championship. Geeing up a group of players with positivity can yield short-term rewards but also diminishing returns. Swansea will struggle to attract a better technical coach than Paul Clement, even if elements of his man management were found wanting, so face an uncertain future. Do they appoint a promotion specialist with knowledge of the division or return to the philosophy that served them well under Roberto Martinez, Paulo Sousa and Brendan Rodgers? Jaap Stam, Chris Coleman and Ostersunds manager Graham Potter have been linked. Premier League club-by-club review Stoke City Stoke seem to want a British manager to guide them back to the top-flight with Gary Rowett the red-hot favourite to replace Paul Lambert. Former player Steve Bould could also be available if he decides to decline Arsenal's offer to stay under the new regime, but he would be a gamble. Like Swansea, a club that seems to have lost an 'identity'. The early indications are they wish to recapture the aggression and pugnacity of the Tony Pulis-era. Unresolved futures Mark Hughes (Southampton) Southampton are expected to name Mark Hughes are their permanent manager this week. Hughes signed a short-term contract at St Mary's but will be rewarded with a longer deal after guiding them to Premier League safety. Now Southampton must focus on ensuring they do not leave themselves in such a perilous position again, starting with sound recruitment this summer. Hughes' spending and transfer record at Stoke and Queens Park Rangers was chequered at best. Is Rafael Benitez on collision course with Mike Ashley? Credit: Getty Images Rafael Benitez (Newcastle) 'Rafa' would like to stay and Newcastle would love to keep him, so why the nagging doubt that this could end in tears? It all comes down to whether owner Mike Ashley, who is still looking to sell the club, backs Benitez in the transfer market to build a squad that can establish itself in the top-half. Benitez is well aware that he has suitors, and holds all the aces in the battle of wills between manager and owner. A new contract remains unsigned. David Wagner (Huddersfield) Now the sixth-longest serving boss in the Premier League, David Wagner will likely be at Huddersfield next season but they would be wise to reward his fine work with a new contract. Wagner has attracted admiring glances from clubs such as Everton, and there was even a link to the Chelsea job earlier this year.
Half of last season's Premier League are in a state of managerial upheaval, symptomatic of a season that saw only a few clubs avoid the spectre of discontent. This summer could see a remarkable number of entrances and exits, with up to 10 teams unsure of who their manager will be come August. Arsenal, and possibly Chelsea, will try and muster a stronger challenge with a new man at the helm, while West Ham and Everton are looking to escape the mid-table morass and ingratiate themselves with unhappy supporters. Stoke and Swansea parted ways with their managers after relegation, while some clubs are hoping to ward off interest from bigger clubs in their over-achieving coaches. Here are the 10 cases that could reach a conclusion soon. Imminent arrivals Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) Arsenal promised an appointment before the start of the World Cup and they appear ready to honour their word. Former captain Mikel Arteta is close to agreeing a deal that will see him succeed Arsène Wenger in a head coach role. Despite links with high-profile managers such as Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri, Arsenal have opted for a coach they believe will fit into the club's new structure and balance of power. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Following a cull of Wenger's backroom staff, all that remains is for Arteta to finalise who he wishes to assist him. Steve Bould has been offered a position by Arsenal but could be reluctant to work under the younger Arteta, while there have been whispers of a role for fellow Basque playmaker and close friend Xabi Alonso. Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham) Former Real Madrid manager Manuel Pellegrini is in London for talks with West Ham, as the club look to re-energise a beleaguered fan-base. David Moyes brought discipline and a work ethic to a squad in dire need of organisation, but Premier League teams need to aspire to more than survival to keep punters interested. Pellegrini and life in London could be twin attractions to a higher standard of player, and the coach known as 'The Engineer' has a reputation for cultivating expressive, attacking football. Pellegrini won a league title and two League Cups at Manchester City and took Malaga to within seconds of a Champions League semi-final in 2013. Manuel Pellegrini guided Manchester City to a second Premier League Credit: Getty Images Marco Silva (Everton) The man Everton wanted last autumn before they settled for Sam Allardyce, Marco Silva remains the frontrunner for the job. Reports suggest he is 'edging closer' with talks scheduled for this week, although his former club Watford are still pursuing a complaint for an alleged illegal approach for Silva. Everton could have to agree a compensation package, even though Silva is currently unemployed. A manager who has been greeted with scepticism in England, Silva will be under pressure from the off should he arrive at Goodison Park. Possible departures Antonio Conte (Chelsea) Asituation that has been brewing since Conte sent that text message to Diego Costa and was left unsatisfied by Chelsea's summer transfer dealings. The season finished with an FA Cup triumph, Conte's second major trophy with England, and despite lingering ill-feeling Chelsea reached the end of the campaign without truly running off the rails. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour The Italian looks short of allies within the club's hierarchy however, and repeated in his post-match press conference at Wembley that he has no intention of changing. Conte's reputation as a coach has not been damaged, and he would be a leading contender for most of European football's plum jobs. He will not be scared of moving on, and Chelsea are certainly not scared of managerial change. It all points in one direction. Claude Puel (Leicester) After a promising start that left many feeling Puel had been unfairly treated by Southampton, things fizzled out at Leicester in familiar fashion. The usually cycle - new manager, pick-up in form, consolidation, eventual stagnation - used to take a year or two, but expires within a few months in today's Premier League. Leicester's reality was warped by their 2015-16 title-winning season, and they have not established reasonable expectations and targets since. Their players seem bored by Puel, and his desire to slow-down Leicester's build-up play through shorter passes always seems an awkward fit (even though they will have to evolve eventually). Another club that could face an identity crisis. Claude Puel's Leicester limped towards the finish line last season Credit: Getty Images Vacancies Swansea City Carlos Carvalhal ran out of analogies and ideas, and left Swansea last week following relegation to the Championship. Geeing up a group of players with positivity can yield short-term rewards but also diminishing returns. Swansea will struggle to attract a better technical coach than Paul Clement, even if elements of his man management were found wanting, so face an uncertain future. Do they appoint a promotion specialist with knowledge of the division or return to the philosophy that served them well under Roberto Martinez, Paulo Sousa and Brendan Rodgers? Jaap Stam, Chris Coleman and Ostersunds manager Graham Potter have been linked. Premier League club-by-club review Stoke City Stoke seem to want a British manager to guide them back to the top-flight with Gary Rowett the red-hot favourite to replace Paul Lambert. Former player Steve Bould could also be available if he decides to decline Arsenal's offer to stay under the new regime, but he would be a gamble. Like Swansea, a club that seems to have lost an 'identity'. The early indications are they wish to recapture the aggression and pugnacity of the Tony Pulis-era. Unresolved futures Mark Hughes (Southampton) Southampton are expected to name Mark Hughes are their permanent manager this week. Hughes signed a short-term contract at St Mary's but will be rewarded with a longer deal after guiding them to Premier League safety. Now Southampton must focus on ensuring they do not leave themselves in such a perilous position again, starting with sound recruitment this summer. Hughes' spending and transfer record at Stoke and Queens Park Rangers was chequered at best. Is Rafael Benitez on collision course with Mike Ashley? Credit: Getty Images Rafael Benitez (Newcastle) 'Rafa' would like to stay and Newcastle would love to keep him, so why the nagging doubt that this could end in tears? It all comes down to whether owner Mike Ashley, who is still looking to sell the club, backs Benitez in the transfer market to build a squad that can establish itself in the top-half. Benitez is well aware that he has suitors, and holds all the aces in the battle of wills between manager and owner. A new contract remains unsigned. David Wagner (Huddersfield) Now the sixth-longest serving boss in the Premier League, David Wagner will likely be at Huddersfield next season but they would be wise to reward his fine work with a new contract. Wagner has attracted admiring glances from clubs such as Everton, and there was even a link to the Chelsea job earlier this year.
Managerial mayhem: Why half of last season's Premier League are in flux and what will be decided this week
Half of last season's Premier League are in a state of managerial upheaval, symptomatic of a season that saw only a few clubs avoid the spectre of discontent. This summer could see a remarkable number of entrances and exits, with up to 10 teams unsure of who their manager will be come August. Arsenal, and possibly Chelsea, will try and muster a stronger challenge with a new man at the helm, while West Ham and Everton are looking to escape the mid-table morass and ingratiate themselves with unhappy supporters. Stoke and Swansea parted ways with their managers after relegation, while some clubs are hoping to ward off interest from bigger clubs in their over-achieving coaches. Here are the 10 cases that could reach a conclusion soon. Imminent arrivals Mikel Arteta (Arsenal) Arsenal promised an appointment before the start of the World Cup and they appear ready to honour their word. Former captain Mikel Arteta is close to agreeing a deal that will see him succeed Arsène Wenger in a head coach role. Despite links with high-profile managers such as Luis Enrique and Massimiliano Allegri, Arsenal have opted for a coach they believe will fit into the club's new structure and balance of power. Mikel Arteta Arsenal manager: The case for and against Following a cull of Wenger's backroom staff, all that remains is for Arteta to finalise who he wishes to assist him. Steve Bould has been offered a position by Arsenal but could be reluctant to work under the younger Arteta, while there have been whispers of a role for fellow Basque playmaker and close friend Xabi Alonso. Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham) Former Real Madrid manager Manuel Pellegrini is in London for talks with West Ham, as the club look to re-energise a beleaguered fan-base. David Moyes brought discipline and a work ethic to a squad in dire need of organisation, but Premier League teams need to aspire to more than survival to keep punters interested. Pellegrini and life in London could be twin attractions to a higher standard of player, and the coach known as 'The Engineer' has a reputation for cultivating expressive, attacking football. Pellegrini won a league title and two League Cups at Manchester City and took Malaga to within seconds of a Champions League semi-final in 2013. Manuel Pellegrini guided Manchester City to a second Premier League Credit: Getty Images Marco Silva (Everton) The man Everton wanted last autumn before they settled for Sam Allardyce, Marco Silva remains the frontrunner for the job. Reports suggest he is 'edging closer' with talks scheduled for this week, although his former club Watford are still pursuing a complaint for an alleged illegal approach for Silva. Everton could have to agree a compensation package, even though Silva is currently unemployed. A manager who has been greeted with scepticism in England, Silva will be under pressure from the off should he arrive at Goodison Park. Possible departures Antonio Conte (Chelsea) Asituation that has been brewing since Conte sent that text message to Diego Costa and was left unsatisfied by Chelsea's summer transfer dealings. The season finished with an FA Cup triumph, Conte's second major trophy with England, and despite lingering ill-feeling Chelsea reached the end of the campaign without truly running off the rails. Revealed: The inside story of how Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea turned sour The Italian looks short of allies within the club's hierarchy however, and repeated in his post-match press conference at Wembley that he has no intention of changing. Conte's reputation as a coach has not been damaged, and he would be a leading contender for most of European football's plum jobs. He will not be scared of moving on, and Chelsea are certainly not scared of managerial change. It all points in one direction. Claude Puel (Leicester) After a promising start that left many feeling Puel had been unfairly treated by Southampton, things fizzled out at Leicester in familiar fashion. The usually cycle - new manager, pick-up in form, consolidation, eventual stagnation - used to take a year or two, but expires within a few months in today's Premier League. Leicester's reality was warped by their 2015-16 title-winning season, and they have not established reasonable expectations and targets since. Their players seem bored by Puel, and his desire to slow-down Leicester's build-up play through shorter passes always seems an awkward fit (even though they will have to evolve eventually). Another club that could face an identity crisis. Claude Puel's Leicester limped towards the finish line last season Credit: Getty Images Vacancies Swansea City Carlos Carvalhal ran out of analogies and ideas, and left Swansea last week following relegation to the Championship. Geeing up a group of players with positivity can yield short-term rewards but also diminishing returns. Swansea will struggle to attract a better technical coach than Paul Clement, even if elements of his man management were found wanting, so face an uncertain future. Do they appoint a promotion specialist with knowledge of the division or return to the philosophy that served them well under Roberto Martinez, Paulo Sousa and Brendan Rodgers? Jaap Stam, Chris Coleman and Ostersunds manager Graham Potter have been linked. Premier League club-by-club review Stoke City Stoke seem to want a British manager to guide them back to the top-flight with Gary Rowett the red-hot favourite to replace Paul Lambert. Former player Steve Bould could also be available if he decides to decline Arsenal's offer to stay under the new regime, but he would be a gamble. Like Swansea, a club that seems to have lost an 'identity'. The early indications are they wish to recapture the aggression and pugnacity of the Tony Pulis-era. Unresolved futures Mark Hughes (Southampton) Southampton are expected to name Mark Hughes are their permanent manager this week. Hughes signed a short-term contract at St Mary's but will be rewarded with a longer deal after guiding them to Premier League safety. Now Southampton must focus on ensuring they do not leave themselves in such a perilous position again, starting with sound recruitment this summer. Hughes' spending and transfer record at Stoke and Queens Park Rangers was chequered at best. Is Rafael Benitez on collision course with Mike Ashley? Credit: Getty Images Rafael Benitez (Newcastle) 'Rafa' would like to stay and Newcastle would love to keep him, so why the nagging doubt that this could end in tears? It all comes down to whether owner Mike Ashley, who is still looking to sell the club, backs Benitez in the transfer market to build a squad that can establish itself in the top-half. Benitez is well aware that he has suitors, and holds all the aces in the battle of wills between manager and owner. A new contract remains unsigned. David Wagner (Huddersfield) Now the sixth-longest serving boss in the Premier League, David Wagner will likely be at Huddersfield next season but they would be wise to reward his fine work with a new contract. Wagner has attracted admiring glances from clubs such as Everton, and there was even a link to the Chelsea job earlier this year.
The nominees for the eagerly anticipated 2017/18 PSL Awards have been revealed at a press conference on Monday
Mamelodi Sundowns' Percy Tau and Pitso Mosimane up for top PSL awards
The nominees for the eagerly anticipated 2017/18 PSL Awards have been revealed at a press conference on Monday
Champions League final: Liverpool boosted as James Milner and Emre Can return to training
Champions League final: Liverpool boosted as James Milner and Emre Can return to training
Champions League final: Liverpool boosted as James Milner and Emre Can return to training
Champions League final: Liverpool boosted as James Milner and Emre Can return to training
Champions League final: Liverpool boosted as James Milner and Emre Can return to training
Champions League final: Liverpool boosted as James Milner and Emre Can return to training
Champions League final: Liverpool boosted as James Milner and Emre Can return to training
Champions League final: Liverpool boosted as James Milner and Emre Can return to training
Champions League final: Liverpool boosted as James Milner and Emre Can return to training
Andres Iniesta was given an emotional send-off after he played his last game for Barcelona on Sunday, following 22 years at the club.
Iniesta given emotional send-off after final Barcelona game
Andres Iniesta was given an emotional send-off after he played his last game for Barcelona on Sunday, following 22 years at the club.
Andres Iniesta was given an emotional send-off after he played his last game for Barcelona on Sunday, following 22 years at the club.
Iniesta given emotional send-off after final Barcelona game
Andres Iniesta was given an emotional send-off after he played his last game for Barcelona on Sunday, following 22 years at the club.
Andres Iniesta was given an emotional send-off after he played his last game for Barcelona on Sunday, following 22 years at the club.
Iniesta given emotional send-off after final Barcelona game
Andres Iniesta was given an emotional send-off after he played his last game for Barcelona on Sunday, following 22 years at the club.
Transfer news - live updates: Mikel Arteta set for Arsenal plus Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea latest
Transfer news - live updates: Mikel Arteta set for Arsenal plus Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea latest
Transfer news - live updates: Mikel Arteta set for Arsenal plus Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea latest
Transfer news - live updates: Mikel Arteta set for Arsenal plus Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea latest
Transfer news - live updates: Mikel Arteta set for Arsenal plus Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea latest
Transfer news - live updates: Mikel Arteta set for Arsenal plus Liverpool, Manchester United, Chelsea latest
A look at the key battles ahead of the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid.
Real Madrid v Liverpool - head-to-head
A look at the key battles ahead of the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid.
A look at the key battles ahead of the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid.
Real Madrid v Liverpool - head-to-head
A look at the key battles ahead of the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid.
A look at the key battles ahead of the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid.
Real Madrid v Liverpool - head-to-head
A look at the key battles ahead of the UEFA Champions League final between Liverpool and Real Madrid.
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