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Jose Mourinho with his team had to work extra hard to reach the quarter final of Capital One Cup. Andy Mangan came on the 75th minute after scoring in the 84th seconds. He cancelled Didier Drogba’s opening which was hailed as intervention before Grandison.
In summer Micky Mellon, the boss of Shrewsbury got 17 players. The side was already filled with players who were home grown. The side already existed of loanees and transfers. James Collins the striker had a pay a price from Hibernian. Drogba survived from the draw of 1-1. James Wesolowski had to undergo a groin surgery had to be substituted by Liam Lawrence.
It was straight fourth win for Shrewsberry and Chelsea was worried out of enthusiasm. Connor Goldson the skipper won the battle against Drogba. Visitors were contained by Shrewsberry. Drogba gave a superb pass on to Mohhamad Salah and instead of shooting he just headed straight. Drogba was thrown offside as he steered past Leutwiler. In the first half the moment of concern was for Shrewsberry as they became little worried and were off track. From 12 yards itself Drogba cleared past the other strikers. Eight minutes after itself the game was levelled. Free-kick from Lawrence was knocked down and deflection occurred.
It took 13 minutes for the host team to equalise which is absolutely negligible. Home hopes was ended by Grandison who crossed low of William into his own net. The match was going up and down with turn of events after few minutes barely. Interesting though the course was it was also intensifying and at the same time an equaliser for the players of the respective teams. It was also a game of high speed and technical skill from Drogba which put him on strong hold and could sustain with Shrewsberry and others.
The Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes that Mesut Ozil has been getting over criticized.
Ozil was the most expensive signing ever for Arsenal the previous season as he was bought at a mind boggling transfer fee of 42.5 million Pounds from the Spanish club Real Madrid. He started fine for the Gunners, but, as the 2013-14 Season progressed, he faded and in the ongoing season, he has looked totally mediocre. Continue reading →
Newcastle United’s Alan Pardew is one of the Premier League managers that has been going through one of the busiest transfer windows as they have released and signed a large number of players but rumors still continue appearing claiming that things are still not done for Alan Pardew as he still wants to sign a few more players and reinforce his squad further.
Alan Pardew’s first match of the season saw him losing 2-0 against the current champions Manchester City and this loss can serve as another motivation for him to continue looking around in the transfer market for potential signings.
Siem de Jong, Ayoze Perez, Jack Colback, Remy Cabella, Emmanuel Riviere and Daryl Janmaat are all the players that have been signed by Alan Pardew on permanent contracts meanwhile there also are a number of other players that arrived to Newcastle United on loan deals.
The Frenchman Loic Remy made a name for himself during his loan deal as he performed with the Newcastle United during the previous season of the Premier League. Remy went on scoring goals in almost every single match he performed in for Newcastle United and later received a number of accolades including man of the match awards for his remarkable performances. When his loan deal with Newcastle United reached its end, he lured the attention of Arsenal and Liverpool.
Liverpool later went on offering a €8.5 million to QPR as they wanted to sign Loic Remy but the deal fell apart in the last moment as the Frenchman failed to complete his medical tests and now Newcastle United is back in the running to sign Remy but instead of another loan deal, Pardew wants to land a permanent deal this time around.