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Real Madrid Will Not Be Providing Guard Of Honour, Confirms Sergio Ramos

June 9, 2018

Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos has confirmed that his team will not be providing Barcelona with the famous got a phone when they visit the Camp Nou for the El Clasico next weekend. Barcelona were able to win the domestic league title in comfortable fashion after a comprehensive victory over Deportivo La Coruna.

The Catalan outfit will be aiming to end the campaign without any defeat and it is a serious possibility since there are only four matches left in the campaign. One of those matches is against Real Madrid at the Camp Nou and Barcelona defender Jordi Alba recently claimed that Real Madrid should consider giving their opponents a guard of honour in recognition of the league title that has just been claimed. read more …

Paul Ince: Pogba Could Leave This Summer

May 16, 2018

Former Manchester United star Paul Ince is convinced that Paul Pogba could exit Old Trafford this summer. There are several reports in England that Alexis Sanchez’s move to United could cause confusion in the players’ ranks at the club.

Pogba, who rejoined United in 2016 for a record £89 million pounds from Juventus, seems increasingly disillusioned of recent especially as he plays deeper now with Sanchez taking over playmaking duties.

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Antonio Conte admits injuries contributed to shock Crystal Palace defeat

November 18, 2017

Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte has admitted that the ongoing injury concerns played a part in the Blues’ 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.


The reigning champions were deemed favourites to secure three points against bottom-side Palace on Saturday, but they failed to show up in the absence of key first-team players.

Both Alvaro Morata and N’Golo Kante were sidelined with hamstring injuries prior to the game, whilst Victor Moses suffered an injury of his own late in the first-half. In a reported quoted by Sky Sports, Conte admitted that the club had a tough afternoon with injuries, although they will have to find a solution in the coming matches.

He said: “To play this game without three important players, it is not simple. Today wasn’t simple. I think we started very badly and it was very difficult. Also, we need to understand the situation and to continue to work to find the right solution despite the injuries. read more …

Per Mertesacker hails ‘Vintage’ Jack Wilshere following Doncaster win

November 9, 2017

Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker spoke fondly about midfielder Jack Wilshere after he impressed in the 1-0 win triumph over Doncaster Rovers in the League Cup.


The England international made his first Gunners start in 493 days, and played the entire game scattered.

Injuries have hampered Wilshere’s progress over the years, but the 25-year-old provided a solid performance against Doncaster, which led to special praise from club-captain Per Mertesacker. Speaking after the game, the World Cup winner was pleased to have the midfielder back on the playing field, and he admits that he is getting back to his old self.

He said: “It was very good to have him back out there. You can see that he’s getting more comfortable with his position now. He’s brave now and he trusts his body. That’s the most important thing, that he’s capable of playing 90 minutes. He will just grow with that and he was vocal as well, which was important for us, especially at the end. He kept the ball well in tight situations and to come out of that is vintage Jack. That’s what we want to see from him in the future here at Arsenal.” read more …

INDIAN COACH WANTS MORE EXPOSURE FOR PLAYERS

October 18, 2017

The Indian coach of the Under-17 national team Luis Norton de Matos has called for more international exposure for the team. The manager said there was a massive gap compared to the soccer levels in the rest of the world.

Hosts India lost 4-0 to their Ghanaian counterparts in the last Group A game at the ongoing tournament. The coach said the team gave their best at the tournament but they met superior teams. De Matos said they faced two tough games and they knew Ghana would be tougher as Africans are generally good at the Under-17 level. read more …