The manager of Barnsley, Gerhard Struber, has opened up his concerns about the match fixtures going null due to postponement of the championship. Earlier the game date was shifted to the first week of April, but there has been the latest revelation that the extensions are probably to get moved to April ending, with the increasing concerns in the virus outbreak. He said that the Reds were supposed to face the Queens Park Rangers but taking the cause of the health and wellbeing of the players of Europe, the match got extended in the EFL meeting that happened with immediate effect.
Struber said that the decision is made by experts, and in the UK, the issue has got little alarming. He noted that unlike Italy, he is expecting England to take a pretty firm decision in this regard. The potential alternative mentioned was to conduct the game behind the closed setup, but Struber expressed that it was not that feasible. He said that football is a sport that needs an audience and their support and cannot be conducted well behind doors. The Austrian pointed that if there is no chance of bringing the supporters, it’s best to block the games on the field. He said that he is supporting the decision of UEFA postponing Euro 2020.
With the January transfer window gone and Arteta not really getting the kind of players he believes will help him build his next Gunner dynasty, the former Manchester City assistant coach has sounded out a warning to all players under him urging them to give their best between now and the end of the season if they are to stand a chance of still being around come next season.
The Spaniard made it clear that any player that doesn’t get on with the program, face a high chance of being booted out and risk ending up in the lower leagues with teams like Barnsley.
Barcelona center forward Luiz Suarez has told the club to start looking for a new striker as soon as possible given that his playing days are almost over.
According to the Uruguayan, the most important reason why Barcelona should act quickly is to allow him mentor the new striker before he hangs up his boots.
Not every legend is a myth. As abstract as the ones we know seem to be in those boring textbooks they made us read in school may seem, some legends do really walk among us in flesh and blood. And they are every bit as interesting as Zeus and the rest.
In soccer we have one. Some say two but either way Lionel Messi’s name will always make the list.
A skinny kid from Argentina who bust into the scene in 2005 has managed to break and set records like it’s second nature to him. Needless to say, Barcelona has enjoyed as a result of the Argentine magician’s effect. So much so that a lot of pundits believe for much of Messi’s stay at Camp Nou, they never really needed a coach.
The PSG star Neymar had been tipped to get transferred to Barcelona and step out from PSG in this year’s summer; this is after him choosing over in the deal of $200 million by turning his back in La Liga giants. By keeping a new test somewhere else as the internationalist of Brazil is not very happy with the lifestyle of Des Parc Princes.
Neymar stepped out of the team of Barcelona for PSG with a view of winning the league of the championship but as him being a part of the team in both of years they had to be out in the 16 last stages. Blancos Los have since quite a while ago longed for getting the actor, with enthusiasm going at Santos behind the time of Neymar. In any case, Catalan paper of Sport says that Neymar has disclosed to Messi he needs to come back to Barcelona this mid-year.
Barcelona have been involved in some of the biggest transfers in the past few seasons with the arrival of Ousmane Dembele and Philippe Coutinho seeing the club spend over €200 million last season. Antoine Griezmann was one of the signings expected in the summer but in a spectacular TV address the French man decided to renew with Atletico Madrid
Less than a year later news reports from France claims that the former Real Sociedad forward is likely to end up at the Nou Camp in the summer. According to the reports, the 28-year-old has been disappointed with the club’s performances this season and regrets turning down a move to Barcelona last summer.
Spanish soccer giants Barcelona are keen on signing another rising star from ajax, as per reports. The Catalan side recently snapped up one of the highest rated youngsters Frankie De Jong from the Dutch side. Now they want the skipper Matthijs de Ligt to join this summer.
The 19-year old, though young has built up considerable experience playing for club and country. He has been leading the youthful setup in the Eredivisie for over a year. De Ligt, who plays in central defence, would cost the Barcelona star €75m and they are willing to cough it out to secure the brilliant prospect.
Barcelona fell to a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Sevilla in a Copa del Ray cup tie last time out as Lionel Messi was left out of the starting lineup atEstadioRamon Sanchez Pizjuan.
Manager Ernesto Valverdo has now revealed that he has no regrets leaving the Argentine superstar on the bench as he felt that was the best thing to do.
One of the young gunners of Arsenal who is having an exceptional tournament and going through the best form of his life received a call from Barcelona to join their club. However, his decision shocked many people of the football community as he turned down the opportunity to sign the contract for Barcelona in order to continue his career at the club of Arsenal.
Emile Smith, 18 years, just broke into the first team of Unai Emery in this season and he scored 3 goals in total 6 matches in which he appeared for the senior side. The youngster of Croyde for his performance awarded with an all-new contract (long-term) at the Emirates during this summer. His development and performance in North London didn’t go unnoticed and he was praised by many legends of the football community.
The Argentine returned to training last week and could play for Blaugrana against Inter, but his coach takes no chances. Ernesto Valverde insisted he will not take any unfortunate risks despite mentioning Lionel Messi in his Barcelona team only two and a half weeks after he broke his arm. Messi has not played since he was forced into the first half of a 4-2 win over Sevilla on October 20, but Valverde included him at the party that traveled to Milan to meet Inter in the Champions League.
Barca has won all four of their matches without the Talisman Argentine, with a 2-0 win over Inter and the 5-1 demolition of the Real Madrid standout results. “Leo is at the point where he could be available, but we have to wait. It depends on training,” Valverde told a press conference. “There are three or four options, but we do not take risks with Messi. I think it is better if he is there. More than anything because he is one more player and we have more to choose from. Of course, Messi is required to recover.”