Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has described Dele Alli as a player with “unbelievable character” but admits he still has work to do as the midfielder “still makes a lot of mistakes”.
Alli scored the first goal at Wembley in Tottenham’s 3-1 dismantling of Chelsea on Saturday which saw Tottenham rise above the Blues to third in the Premier League.
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England manager Gareth Southgate said that the Premier League stated too early and that this is the reason why the national team is struggling in the Nations League. He said that there have been only 26 days from the last England match at the World Cup and the start of the Premier League.
He believes that this is the reason why the England players lack freshness in their last competitive games. He said that players in Germany and Spain had more rest and that has allowed them to recover from their exertion at the World Cup.
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Post the thrilling FIFA World Cup held during the summer, the anxious football fans were anticipating the start of their all time favorite leagues once again. There is no denying that regardless of how captivating the World Cup may be but it cannot be better than club football. Every major football league began their new seasons of August and the first one to start was the English Premier League. It started with the starting game –week, which began in 10th of august.
The Manchester City looked more competitive like never before under Pep Guardiola. However, it was not the same scenario with the Manchester United as they are trying hard to get back to their usual form post Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure. There are 4 new managers geared up for the Premier League club and it’s their debut performance this season. Nuno Espirito Santo and Slavisa Jokanovic have succeeded in getting their respective squads, Fulham and Wolverhampton post being successful in the championship this season.
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Tottenham Hotspur might have been able to get into Europe 3 times in succession, but that’s not sufficient to satisfy their manager Mauricio Pochettino who reckons winning trophies is as important as making sure that the team plays in the Champions League.
Pochettino didn’t undermine the efforts of his boys though. He acknowledged that it’s fantastic from his team to earn a top 4 spot three times on the trot, but he stresses that it would have been icing on the cake if it had come with a trophy as well.
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that goalkeeper Petr Cech is closely monitoring his weight with a view to maintaining his fitness in the final stages of his career. The Czech international will be approaching his 36th birthday in the summer, but Wenger is hoping that the shot-stopper will stick around until 40 just as former United ace Edwin van der Sar.
Speaking to reporters, Wenger praised Petr Cech as a perfectionist after having had a successful career in the English top-flight, where he has won numerous accolades including the Premier League and Champions League with ex-club Chelsea. The experienced campaigner has received plenty of stick from the fans owing to his reduced agility in front of goal, but Wenger still has his trust in his keeper, who insists follows a strict regime in order to extend his professional career. Continue reading “Arsene Wenger: Petr Cech Monitoring His Weight To Prolong His Career”
Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren has taken a swipe at rivals like Manchester City and Manchester United by claiming that it takes more than just money in order to get success. Liverpool have been able to finish in the top four while qualifying for the final of the Champions League in Kiev. The Reds will be taking on Real Madrid looking to win the Champions League for a sixth time.
Even though Manchester City have set new records in the division, they have once again failed to get the results when it comes to Europe. This is despite manager Pep Guardiola being given clear instructions to concentrate on Europe. The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager brought in a raft of new signings at expensive and inflated prices. Continue reading “Lovren Takes Swipe at Manchester Clubs”
Arsenal legend Jens Lehmann blames former club skipper William Gallas for the Premier League title miss of 2007/08. The German revealed that the entire team was furious at their leader for throwing a now infamous tantrum at Birmingham City when the club dropped points.
Arsenal had played a 2-2 draw against Birmingham, dropping vital points as they chased the title. They conceded a late penalty that ensured both sides shared the spoils. An overwhelmed Gallas kicked the advertising board and then he sat down alone in Arsenal’s centre half.
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