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LIVE Transfer Talk: Chelsea's rumoured next boss Maurizio Sarri targets four former Napoli charges

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 03:59:00 PDT

watch Emre Can has arrived in Turin to complete his Juventus medical ahead of his move from Liverpool. ESPN FC's Stewart Robson breaks down the latest transfer rumours surrounding Paul Pogba, Rafinha and more in Rumour Rater. The transfer window is open, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow along with our daily blog throughout the summer. TOP STORY: Sarri targets four Napoli stars to follow him to Chelsea Maurizio Sarri's move to Chelsea appears to be approaching the finish line after protracted negotiations, and the Italian wants to raid his soon-to-be-former club for four players. Sarri has been replaced at Napoli by Carlo Ancelotti, but club president Aurelio De Laurentiis will not release...

Neymar crucial as Philippe Coutinho stars and Willian suffers in nervy win over Costa Rica

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 08:11:00 PDT

http://www.fordbaris.com/?jiiias=forex-otomatik-sinyal&998=4c Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes share their thoughts on Douglas Costa's performance which helped Brazil get a late win against Costa Rica. Philippe Coutinho finally put Brazil ahead in the stoppage time and Neymar added a second as Brazil survived against Costa Rica. World Cup: Neymar (90+7') Brazil 2-0 Costa Rica World Cup: Philippe Coutinho (90+1') Brazil 1-0 Costa Rica Brazil were denied a penalty after the referee pointed to the spot only to reverse the decision after looking at VAR. It wasn't the best of performances, but Brazil dominated Costa Rica from kickoff to the final whistle in Friday's critical 2-0 victory. Finishing is becoming a bigger problem, because the team again had the monopoly of the ball, but had trouble scoring. It looked like the match would end in a scoreless draw until Philippe Coutinho and Neymar scored to seal Brazil's first victory in this World Cup. Positives  Brazil never gave up, even when pressed by the clock. Coutinho was the best player...

Brazil's win over Costa Rica features brilliant use of VAR (sorry, Neymar)

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 07:24:00 PDT

http://documentalqueridowatson.es/pizdyhov/5616 Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes share their thoughts on Douglas Costa's performance which helped Brazil get a late win against Costa Rica. It's day 9 and your favourite dynamic duo are back in Saint Petersburg. They're talking VAR, they're talking 'on this day', they're even talking to Monsieur Le and what dishes he'll be making. What more could you ask for?! ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIA -- Three quick points following Brazil's 2-0 win over Costa Rica, which featured a glorious use of VAR. 1. Neymar, Coutinho deliver late, late drama This was about nerves. About the contrast between a baby blue sky visible through the roof of the Saint Petersburg Stadium and dark clouds gathered over the Brazil bench. Their manager, Tite, found himself in serious danger of becoming the first Selecao boss to fail to win his opening two games in a World Cup. At halftime, it...

World Cup group permutations: Who can qualify for the round of 16?

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 06:56:00 PDT

watch Could it really be true?! Charlie Gibson heads out to investigate... The second round of games in the World Cup group stage is now under way. Find out what each nation has to do to qualify for the knockout stage ahead of the final round of matches. Already qualified: Russia, Uruguay, France, Croatia Already eliminated: Egypt, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Peru, Costa Rica The first tiebreakers are goal difference and goals scored rather than head to head (see full breakdown at the foot of the page). GROUP A - Russia are through and will top the group if they avoid defeat...

VAR at the World Cup: A timeline of the tournament

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 06:45:00 PDT

كيف تربح المال من المنزل Shaka Hislop breaks down Sweden's hard-fought 1-0 win over South Korea decided by Andreas Granqvist's VAR-awarded penalty. Janusz Michallik discusses the first VAR incidents of the World Cup following France's 2-1 win over Australia. Video assistant referees (VARs) have hit the headlines in Russia.  We look at every decision a referee has had to make when directed to review an incident on the monitor at the side of the pitch. So far the referee has changed his mind on every penalty call and given a spot kick. The only decision that has not been changed following a VAR review was to show a red card to Serbia's Aleksandar Prijovic, though he was correctly booked. We also consider the times the match referee has not been asked...

'Boring' Belgium happy to fly under the radar as World Cup heavyweights toil

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 06:27:00 PDT

go to link The FC crew try not to read too much into Belgium's win over Panama, before homing in on Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku's respective roles. Belgium's Dries Mertens was all the talk at the start of matchday five, unleashing a dipping volley to break Panama's resistance in Sochi. Shaka Hislop gives his verdict on how impressive Romelu Lukaku and Belgium were to dispatch Panama and avoid an early World Cup slip-up. A sublime Dries Mertens volley and two Romelu Lukaku goals gave Belgium a straightforward 3-0 victory over Panama. Argentina have crumbled. Germany have stumbled. Brazil have stuttered. Spain have spluttered. Belgium, meanwhile, seem to be ticking along just fine while others' dramas occupy the group stage narrative. Their dismissal of Panama commanded minimal attention when set alongside the travails of their rivals; Tunisia seem ideal opponents for a continuation of that trend and maybe a group of players whose talent has been loudly trumpeted for so many years is, uncharacteristically, sneaking up quietly...

Conte, Hazard's unclear futures adds to Groundhog Day feeling at Chelsea

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 06:11:00 PDT

http://libraryinthesky.org/?bioeser=conoce-chicas-gamer&e7a=5b Gab Marcotti explains how Chelsea's managerial situation will play into Eden Hazard's decision to stay at Stamford Bridge or leave for Real Madrid. This weekend marks five weeks since Chelsea won the FA Cup at Wembley. At the time it was widely expected that manager Antonio Conte would be sacked, with Maurizio Sarri widely thought to be appointed his successor. The ensuing saga has become a source of deep frustration for supporters, who harbour concerns about the detrimental effect the delay in resolving the matter will have on Chelsea's chances of making a competitive start to the season. It has also brought to the forefront a couple of familiar...

Minute's silence for Argentina after World Cup defeat to Croatia

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 06:10:00 PDT

follow url The reaction to Argentina's dismal World Cup defeat to Croatia hasn't exactly been sympathetic in the local press, though some outlets appear to have taken it worse than others. Indeed, the presenters and pundits on television channel TyC Sports held an actual minute's silence for the death of the national team after the game. Argentinian TV held a moment of silence after Thursday's 3-0 defeat to Croatia. #WorldCup pic.twitter.com/38FnlsXcan— Indy Football (@IndyFootball) June 22, 2018 Live from their studio in Moscow, the TyC Sports panel collectively bowed their heads and stood in sombre silence as the six men attempted to process the dreadful performance...

Postcards from Russia: 'The sea is digging a new nipple' and other misadventures in translating Cyrillic

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 04:48:00 PDT

http://karenwritesromance.com/?bioeier=topoption-opzioni-binarie-60-secondi&569=88 It's day 9 and your favourite dynamic duo are back in Saint Petersburg. They're talking VAR, they're talking 'on this day', they're even talking to Monsieur Le and what dishes he'll be making. What more could you ask for?! Editor's note: This is the latest of Sam Borden's Postcards from Russia, in which he shares his observations, fears, joys and travel stories from the 2018 World Cup. MOSCOW -- Traveling abroad inevitably comes with linguistic challenges, but there is a truly special level of unease when you are in a country that uses a different alphabet. Yes, sure, my French is weak (at best) and I barely speak any German, but if I'm in Paris or Munich, at least I can read -- and try to extrapolate -- the words...

Maradona mocked on Hand of God anniversary as Messi and Argentina suffer

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 03:31:00 PDT

get link While an entire nation grieved, there was one person who took immense joy in Argentina's hopeless capitulation against Croatia in the World Cup group stages on Thursday evening. That man was Peter Shilton, who definitely still hasn't forgiven a certain former Argentina international for the tremendous wrong he did him over three decades ago. Diego Maradona infamously deployed the "Hand of God" to beat Shilton at the World Cup in Mexico as England were knocked out at the quarterfinal stage on 22 June,...

Transfer Rater: Luka Modric to Tottenham, Tanguy N'Dombele to Manchester United

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 03:23:00 PDT

http://ferienportugal.net/?depofur=gott-kennenlernen&72c=40 The latest transfer rumours from around the world. Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper. Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip. Aleksandr Golovin to Juventus He has been one of the stars of this summer's World Cup so far and now Golovin is attracting attention from Juventus, according to Tuttosport....

South Korea coach Shin Tae-yong has to attack Mexico to keep World Cup spot

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 03:07:00 PDT

opciones binarias para invertir Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez report from Rostov ahead of Mexico's Group F match Saturday against South Korea. ROSTOV -- South Korea had not lost an opening game at the World Cup since 1998 until last Monday. That 1-0 defeat at the hands of Sweden was not the best way to kick off a tough group that continues with a game against Mexico on Saturday and then ends with Germany. The focus now is not on trying to get to the knockout stages but simply on avoiding elimination with a game against the defending champions still to come. It would be a major embarrassment for Asia's most successful World Cup nation if...

World Cup stories: Jayaditya Gupta in Russia

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 01:28:00 PDT

The 2018 World Cup stories of ESPN's Jayaditya Gupta, updated as he takes in more of the sights and sounds of the host country Russia. The Battle of Stalingrad lives on outside the museums The Grudinin mill is one of the few buildings in the entire city that was left standing after the Battle of Stalingrad. Jayaditya Gupta walks around a city that wears its battle-scarred heart proudly on its sleeve. How to watch Ronaldo (and not get bored) Ronaldo puts Portugal ahead with a brave, diving header. Who needs lung-busting runs or endless step-overs when you can create time and space where neither existed, and when it matters most? Cristiano, the pantomime villain who...

FIFA 2018 World Cup: Fixtures, results and coverage

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 12:44:00 PDT

The 2018 World Cup is here and runs until the final on July 15. Check back here daily for results, news coverage and stories on the biggest names in Russia.  LIVE BLOG: Follow all Friday's action as Brazil and Nigeria play 2018 World Cup content and fixtures Fixtures: Daily match schedule Scores: Follow every match Group scenarios: How each nation can reach the knockout rounds Tables: All the group standings Bracket: The knockout stages FiveThirtyEight's SPI: Who are the favourites? FIFA World...

Mexico's World Cup odyssey gets a boost from Carlos Vela, a man of twists and turns

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 12:10:00 PDT

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez report from Rostov ahead of Mexico's Group F match Saturday against South Korea. ESPN FC's Seb Salazar and Herc Gomez have traveled all over Russia covering El Tri and have clearly enjoyed every moment of it. Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez explain how Juan Carlos Osorio's tactics played a big role in Mexico's defeat of Germany at the World Cup. Episode six of Project Russia takes you through Mexico fans' rollercoaster of emotions before, during and after El Tri's historic win over Germany. The Angel de Independencia in Mexico City overflowed with green-clad fans; TV crews set up in players' homes to capture the reaction of family members and the party went on long into the night. It was Oct. 2, 2005 and Mexico had won the Under-17 World Cup. "Los Ninos Heroes" ("The Heroic Children") had just overcome none other than Brazil 3-0 in the final in Lima, and in Mexico the celebrations erupted as if El Tri had won the real thing. Mexico had never won a World Cup at any age category, and...

World Cup diaries: The Battle of Stalingrad lives on outside the museums

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 12:09:00 PDT

Executive editor Jayaditya Gupta takes us to the Battle of Stalingrad lives on outside the museums. The Battle is nowhere in town and yet it's everywhere. Nowhere because almost the entire city was destroyed, so pretty much everything you see in Volgograd today is new, post-War construction. And yet everywhere, because the Battle defines this city. It is, to begin with, the reason this city reverts to its former name half-a-dozen times a year (including today, the day Operation Barbarossa began), when Volgograd and Russia pay homage to the men, women and children, soldiers and civilians, who...

Denmark and Jonas Knudsen put family ahead of football at the World Cup

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 12:06:00 PDT

With France already into the round of 16, the ESPN FC guys share their thoughts on Denmark and Australia's chances of escaping Group C. Jonas Knudsen has had, to say the least, quite a week. Last Monday, he arrived in Russia with the rest of the Denmark squad. On Tuesday, his wife Trine gave birth to their first child, three weeks prematurely. On Wednesday, his Danish teammates came to him and said they'd clubbed together to pay for a private plane back home so he could see his new daughter. Knudsen stuck around for Denmark's first game of the tournament, their 1-0 win over Peru on Saturday, but straight afterwards he was on the...

Argentina's World Cup is a shambles, and it's a direct result of Jorge Sampaoli's leadership

Thu, 21 Jun 2018 11:59:00 PDT

The FC team answer your tweets on whether Argentina would win their next match if they sack their coach and Croatia's chances of winning it all. The FC crew lay into Jorge Sampaoli and inspect Lionel Messi's negative demeanour after Argentina's embarrassing defeat to Croatia. Among the most-used phrases about this game, there is one that says that coaches are ultimately responsible for the performances of their teams. If that is the case, then Jorge Sampaoli is the main culprit for the rough times Argentina's national team is going through. Since taking over for the last stages of World Cup qualifying, Sampaoli never delivered a clear-cut message. While everything fell apart on a fateful Thursday afternoon against Croatia, that 3-0 thrashing is just the last symptom...

Mexico and Juan Carlos Osorio's World Cup master plan has been months in the making

Thu, 21 Jun 2018 07:38:00 PDT

ESPN FC's Seb Salazar and Herc Gomez have traveled all over Russia covering El Tri and have clearly enjoyed every moment of it. As soon as the Mexico national team found out last December who their opponents would be at the World Cup in Russia, Juan Carlos Osorio's master plan was set in motion -- a plan that would allow the team to take on every rival "with the best possible preparation," according to the manager. The Colombian, along with his technical team and board, developed an unprecedented plan for the national team who would take part in the World Cup. El Tri adopted an approach of "in order to achieve different...

Argentina's World Cup struggles not surprising given the side's widespread problems, lack of direction

Thu, 21 Jun 2018 03:04:00 PDT

The FC crew lay into Jorge Sampaoli and inspect Lionel Messi's negative demeanour after Argentina's embarrassing defeat to Croatia. The FC team answer your tweets on whether Argentina would win their next match if they sack their coach and Croatia's chances of winning it all. ESPN's Sam Borden shares his thoughts on Croatia's 3-0 win which leaves Argentina on the brink of a World Cup exit. No one who has followed Argentina in recent times could possibly be surprised by their World Cup displays. They are a shambles, and have been heading for this destination for some time. The causes are both short and long term. The latter, the long term, has to do with the astonishing decline in their youth development work. Between 1995 and 2007 they won the Under-20 World Cup on five separate occasions. Even more important than the triumphs were the players they were continually producing for the...


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