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Vélez Sarsfield star Matias Vargas has revealed that he’d favor a move to Arsenal in the future despite being touted as the next Eden Hazard and interest from other major European clubs, reports Daily Cannon. Vargas hasn’t failed to please the crowd so far and has established himself as an indispensable player in the Primera División... The post Arsenal In Pole Position To Sign ‘The Next Eden Hazard’ appeared first on...
Vélez Sarsfield star Matias Vargas has revealed that he’d favor a move to Arsenal in the future despite being touted as the next Eden Hazard and interest from other major European clubs, reports Daily Cannon.
Vargas hasn’t failed to please the crowd so far and has established himself as an indispensable player in the Primera División and earned a place for himself in the national squad while debuting for Argentina earlier on this year. The 21-year-old proved his worth in the national team with just one game, leaving the crowd in awe and high hopes for the future.
The playmaker who scored five goals and recorded 11 assists last season has been nicknamed as the “Argentinian Eden Hazard” and hence has been noticed by a lot of clubs including the likes of Bayern Munich and Real Madrid.
During a live talk on Argentinian television, the youngster was asked about his plans for the future and where his dream move would be. When given the options for the club he’d prefer to play for in the future among Bayern, Juventus, Real Madrid, PSG or Liverpool. The forward simply responded with “The Arsenal”.
Vargas then went on to explain how his father influenced him to follow the Gunners. He likes the identity Arsenal has and reportedly Manchester United goalkeeper and fellow Argentine Sergio Romero told him there’s a beautiful atmosphere at the club.
According to WhoScored‘s statistical analysis, Vargas’ biggest strengths are through balls and dribbling, but he’s also strong at making key passes, finishing and passing in general. His link-up play is very good, and he’s a threat from indirect set-pieces, a bit like Hazard.
Though the youngster can play as an attacking midfielder, he tends to be most comfortable while playing on the left. With the recent yet desperate need of a winger at the club, the youngster just might be the one Unai Emery was looking for, with a little training and guidance from the boss, Vargas might become exactly the type of winger the Emirates outfit need.
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It’s difficult to over emphasise the importance of timely data in the modern world. With the website of the sports statistics, you’ll always be one step ahead and get the relevant information. The presented information will let you easily navigate in the world of your favourite sports. Obviously, the most popular kind of sport is... The post Score 777 – Your Ticket to the World of Sports Results appeared first on...
It’s difficult to over emphasise the importance of timely data in the modern world. With the website of the sports statistics, you’ll always be one step ahead and get the relevant information.
The presented information will let you easily navigate in the world of your favourite sports. Obviously, the most popular kind of sport is football, as interesting football matches are regularly held in all corners of the world.
With score 777, you can follow these matches in live mode. The National League South, which presents striking confrontations for rating up, has recently become very popular with the users. Despite this, you can find here the results of matches and elite divisions of championships held all over the world.
Main Intrigues of the Season
The most popular league is traditionally the EPL. This is primarily because a lot of strong teams compete for the title at the same time:
- “Manchester United”;
- “Manchester City”;
Under conditions of stiff competition, the rivals won’t enter not only the top three champions, but also the Champions League. This is primarily prestige and then additional financial flows to the team. Of course, the competition becomes only stiffer under such conditions.
At this stage, the obvious candidate for missing the next season of the Champions League is “Manchester United”. The team of Jose Mourinho is quite unstable and alternates successful matches with frank failures sometimes even at one match. The clear example is the match against “Newcastle”. The Red Devils lost with a score of 0:2 until the break but in the end turned the tide of the game and won with a scoreline of 3-2 to the Devils. Fans have long expected exactly such striking results from Mourinho’s team but an obvious lack of determination and a lack of the leader in the team affect it significantly.
It’s still difficult to predict who from other favourites of the English Premier League won’t gain its ticket to the Champions League, as the closeness in the tournament table guarantees an open and intriguing game. You can always learn about the final results on our website that presents the relevant information in live mode.
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Manchester United have been off to a disappointing start to the season, resulting into various questions over the possible sacking of manager Jose Mourinho. They sit at 8th spot in English Premier League and already have been knocked out of the English League Cup in third round against Championship side Derby County at home. But in... The post Manchester United To Support Jose Mourinho As The Manager Of The Club appeared first on...
Manchester United have been off to a disappointing start to the season, resulting into various questions over the possible sacking of manager Jose Mourinho. They sit at 8th spot in English Premier League and already have been knocked out of the English League Cup in third round against Championship side Derby County at home.
But in recent league game, following a very impressive second-half performance, the Red Devils managed to complete an incredible comeback to defeat Newcastle United by 3-2. The performance showed by United proved how good the team can be if they play aggressive and attacking football. Not just the fans but also various players expressed happiness and playing more attacking football.
United striker Romelu Lukaku shared his thoughts on United TV,
“It’s not good for the heart when it is like this but it is satisfying to win and the way we did in the second half was the way we should always play football.
That’s what the fans want to see, that’s the way we want to play.”
– Romelu Lukaku
According to reports, not just the players and fans but also the Club board were happy with the performance and have decided to support the manager Jose Mourinho. Richard Arnold, executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward’s right hand man has seen hugging Mourinho in the tunnel following the Red Devils comeback win over Newcastle.
Group Managing director of #MUFC Richard Arnold interrupted my chat with Jose Mourinho after I asked him if he would be allowed to continue to give him a hug and say well done.
“Some of my players couldn’t deal with the manhunt!”
— Sam Matterface (@sammatterface) October 6, 2018
Moreover at the press conference when the former Chelsea manager was asked about his job security at United he directed the question to Arnold who hugged the Mourinho and said “well done”. Backing from the board maybe is all that Jose needs right now as if he continues to implement attacking football he can win the dressing room back and lead the club back to fighting for trophies.
Winning goal scorer Alexis Sanchez who also got off the mark for this season, had been under fire for his repeated poor performances this season. Despite good news coming for Mourinho from various ends, he shrugged off the claims that there won’t be any new speculations regarding his sacking.
The pressure will be shifting for a few days for Mourinho thanks to the International break, but just after the break United have a visit to Stamford Bridge, which will be a return for the Portuguese at his former club for an intense Premier League fixture.
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Demolishing Fulham 5-1, we gunners are certainly on cloud nine. 9 wins out of 9 is absolutely phenomenal and singing ‘We Have Our Arsenal Back’ at Craven Cottage just made it better. In all of this there has been a certain player who has stood out under Unai Emery and that is our very own... The post How Alex Iwobi Is Lighting Up Emery’s Red Army By Making These Incredible Improvements appeared first on...
Demolishing Fulham 5-1, we gunners are certainly on cloud nine. 9 wins out of 9 is absolutely phenomenal and singing ‘We Have Our Arsenal Back’ at Craven Cottage just made it better. In all of this there has been a certain player who has stood out under Unai Emery and that is our very own Naija Boy- Alex Iwobi. The man has been entitled by emirates faithful as the Nutmeg King and has been completely terrorising defenders this season.
"There’s no pressure or weight on my shoulders. I’m just enjoying my football. The team is enjoying the new style and the new things we’ve brought into training so it’s not just me that’s enjoying playing with freedom, it’s my team-mates as well."
– Alex Iwobi pic.twitter.com/xZylOMa3Kv
— AFTV (@AFTVMedia) October 3, 2018
Unlike other Arsenal players or attackers, he takes on defenders without fear to beat them 1 on 1 and opens up the flank numerous times. However, over the last two seasons, he has played quite a lot of matches but has just produced 6 goals and 8 assists in the same. Arsene Wenger even criticized him for his lack of goals and assists and quite honestly his inconsistency had been frustrating to watch at times.
However under Unai Emery, Alex Iwobi has definitely been a different player. He has gained an enormous amount of confidence, loses the ball comparatively less and plays like a completely different person on the ball. His first touch on the ball has improved singnificantly and isn’t in a haste to release the ball. Speaking on the changes this season the Nigerian International added,
“The boss has basically told me if something doesn’t work, keep going & don’t dwell on it. He’s told me to stop being so critical & to just keep trying no matter what happens, no matter if things don’t go as I want them to.”
Emery is, indeed, making Iwobi a more flexible player. Even without a goal, or assist against Fulham, he played a significant role in the team in pressurising the defenders and hence tiring them all through out.
Four months ago, a large section of Arsenal fans wanted Alex Iwobi sold.
Now, he is one of Arsenal's most influential players under Unai Emery.
— 888sport (@888sport) October 7, 2018
There have been two matches, particularly this season where Alex Iwobi has been simply brilliant. He stood out in the Gunners’ 3-2 derby defeat against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. His link-up with teammates was superb, and he even chipped in with a goal as well in a crazy first-half.
He also created absolute sitters for both, Mkhitaryan and Aubameyang. The second was his his impact off the bench against the hornets in a 2-0 victory. The Nigeria international was introduced for the ineffective and frustrating Aaron Ramsey. It was his cross that led to Craig Cathcart putting the ball past Ben Foster to break the deadlock, while his positional awareness, and subsequent basic pass to Alexander Lacazette down the right who then squared for Ozil to finish.
Iwobi has lit up the gunners often this season and this has been an absolute joy for us Emirates faithful to watch one of our own develop so finely in such a short period of time.
Alex Iwobi came on to play a pivotal role in his side's 2-0 victory against Watford. https://t.co/tbBJowlcRo
— Sportskeeda Football (@SK_Football) September 30, 2018
The likes of Rob Holding and Danny Welbeck also seem resurgent this season. Danny already has 4 goals to his name, impressing with his work-rate and assist against Fulham. The matches in the Europa League and Carabao Cup have helped him to a great extent. We haven’t lost a match yet this season in which Holding has played. The young English lad has impressed many and I wont be surprised if he gets an England call-up soon.
Overall, we are seeing improvements in players under Unai Emery that were totally unforeseen and 6 wins out of 6 (including 3 away wins) just proves that the manager is bringing life back at Arsenal.
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We’ve had the excuses from manager Jose Mourinho regarding Manchester United’s fluctuating form. We’ve heard him blame the sunny weather for an average performance. He then cast his net of blame slightly wider to incorporate the referee’s, which was predictable. The oppositions tactics, which was a bit baffling and other clubs attempting to ‘buy the... The post What Jose Mourinho’s Lashing Out At The Media Reveals About His Mentality appeared first on...
We’ve had the excuses from manager Jose Mourinho regarding Manchester United’s fluctuating form. We’ve heard him blame the sunny weather for an average performance. He then cast his net of blame slightly wider to incorporate the referee’s, which was predictable. The oppositions tactics, which was a bit baffling and other clubs attempting to ‘buy the title’ which raised a raised a few smiles.
We’re used to this type of thing from Mourinho, because it’s not just restricted to his current team. When in charge of Chelsea, he blamed the pitch and dusted off another familiar excuse for an airing.
The best player on the pitch Anthony Martial. Now what excuse will Mourinho give for dropping you in the next game.With this kind of football,fans still think Pogba is the problem! He turned Chelsea Fans against one another he is doing it to us.
— Man utd update (@savo222) September 25, 2018
“The pitch was a disaster, so slow, the weather didn’t help too,” the weather AGAIN!
This comment was offered up after Chelsea’s 1-0 Community Shield defeat to Arsenal in 2015. Nearly a year after that corker, he blamed the same surface for Fellaini’s stunningly awful back pass, which lead to a Leicester equaliser against United.
Back in November 2017, when Romelu Lukaku was struggling to stick the ball in the net, he blamed the lack of a boot deal,
“He needs a brand to give him the right boots. He finished the deal. He is waiting for the right offer.”
– Mourinho’s excuse for Lukaku
Alright, this was tongue in cheek but it serves as the perfect illustration of Mourinho’s fertile imagination and resourcefulness.
He is the absolute master at assembling fantasy to present it as fact. He was at it again in December of the same year, when he said that Lukaku’s goal famine was due to lack of attacking options but this time without the worry smile.
No doubt referring to his clubs failure to sign identified transfer targets but he has received their backing and funds to the tune of £392.55m.
Mourinho continued to wear the expression of a boneless Dog at press conferences. The art of complaining is not to be seen complaining even when you are, this is a Mourinho skill. His droopy mouth and hangover eyes tell a different story to the one that leaves his lips and nothing is quite what it seems.
Defensive managers what a lame excuse… thoughts on players like Ronaldo scoring 60 under Mourinho?? Not a good excuse try again pic.twitter.com/yL7ZsCdcV4
— Bailey #JOSEOUT (@Marcus10i) October 10, 2018
Mourinho has suddenly become, not only a pitiful, jaded figure, under intense pressure but also a embarrassing joke. He’s like an old bearded wizard that has forgotten how to cast a spell. He prowls around The Small Cauldron blaming the quality of the materials at his disposal.
If only the buzzards wing and frogs legs had been fresher, the spell would have been flawless.
United’s ineptitude in the Premiership last term was deemed a success by ‘The Special One’ because United were second and things have deteriorated since then with a series of standoffs, disagreements and rumours of unrest.
The pressure has been rapidly climbing with each loss or abject performance and the vultures have been circling Old Trafford for weeks.
United’s last gasp win against Newcastle reprieved the manager and with the football world looking on, Mourinho declared he was the subject of a manhunt. He said almost looking for sympathy,
“It is the first time I see man-hunting. I can cope with it,
I can live with it. Some of the boys, in spite of them not being the man that is hunted, they are not coping well with it”
– Mourinho after Newcastle win
So, it’s the media’s fault!
I knew it, they sat back watching Mourinho spend all that money without even questioning his judgement. Then they went about there business without involving themselves in the tactics or team selection. Worse still, the ultimate sin! The media didn’t take the responsibility to ensure the players and managers relationship was good.
Pah! What use is the media?
Mourinho kept the theme alive by adding,
“Marcus Rashford was sad on the pitch, Scott McTominay was scared on the pitch.
Even older players commit mistakes that are not normal.”
– Mourinho on youngster’s commitment
I’m not sure this latest gibberish has anymore credibility than his other equally bizarre comments. It was Mourinho that labelled himself ‘The Special One’ and in doing so, he may have unwittingly unleashed the dogs.
To keep the press off his back, he only had to do one thing, keep winning. He hasn’t and it’s the nature of the defeats that has lead to increased scrutiny.
Manhunt? I’m not sure about that but he has set himself up for a fall from grace but instead of keeping people onside, he rather unwisely alienates them time and time again.
Such is the arrogance of the man, that common sense is normally put to one side. In its place, a baffling combination of pomposity and pretentiousness appear, which irritate and make one loose any sympathy or empathy for the beleaguered manager.
It’s time for Mourinho to look at the man in the mirror and see if it’s time to make a change.
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There is something different about manager Jose Mourinho’s and his third season at Manchester United. It seems that he is really trying to hold his team together unlike his previous managerial stint at Chelsea when it seemed just a matter of time until he got his marching orders. This is coming after United came back... The post “If there is a problem with Brexit, it’s my fault” – Mourinho Lashes Out At The Media For Vilifying Him appeared first on...
There is something different about manager Jose Mourinho’s and his third season at Manchester United. It seems that he is really trying to hold his team together unlike his previous managerial stint at Chelsea when it seemed just a matter of time until he got his marching orders. This is coming after United came back from 0-2 down to win 3-2 against Newcastle United at Old Trafford in their recent English Premier League fixture.
Speculation was already ringing around the world before that match, Mourinho would be sacked no matter what the result against Newcastle. Some Manchester United fans were even booing the team after the half time whistle seeing the team’s shambolic performance.
Our take on a dramatic comeback win is a must-read! #MUFC
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) October 6, 2018
It seemed that there were two different United teams on that day and the one which turned up after half time might be the saving grace that Mourinho needed.
Speaking to BT Sport via the Guardian, Mourinho said,
“I go to London tonight, if it rains in London tomorrow, it’s my fault. If there is a problem with Brexit, it’s my fault.
This is new, it makes me not just a better manager but even a better person.
I understand things in the human nature nowadays and in the industry where I work, I used to love it, I still love it is but it is different.”
– Mourinho lashing at Media
The match against Newcastle United brought a sigh of relief to United fans after seeing their team going on a run of 4 games without victory. The game against Newcastle did not begin on a good note with visitors scoring two quick fire goals inside first 10 minutes, the first time that has happened to Manchester United in the Premier League era.
The first substitution came as early as the 18th Minute with Mourinho taking off Eric Bailly and putting on Juan Mata. Marouane Fellaini came on for Scott McTominay and Paul Pogba moving to a centre half position.
The comeback started with a sublime Juan Mata freekick after which Anthony Martial scored the equalizer playing a neat one two finish with Paul Pogba. Alexis Sanchez completed the comeback heading the ball into the net in the 90th minute sending the stadium into raptures.
Mourinho reflected on the victory saying, “You can win, you can lose, but that dignity must always be there.”
With the latest reports suggesting that Pogba had suggested the tactical change to Mourinho during half time, it seems that all is not lost between the duo and it could still go well for United.
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