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What A Tragedy: Klopp and Tony Snub Each other After 90 Minutes Draw

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There were no handshake or any form of pleasantries between both team managers as the game did not go much in favour of both.

Kloop and his opposing mate Tony Pulis clashed severally in their second-half time and this continued to an injury period when Liverpool scored and the game ended in equal terms.

According to Klopp

“ I haven’t shaken hands with tony Pulis , I didn’t see him and I can’t say anything because all I see and talk about is football.

“Usually I shake hands but today I did not. It was not a friendly game, everybody saw it . I wish Pulis all the best.

Liverpool first goal came through the 25 year old Jordan Henderson who is the captain of the team, he just returned from an injury.

The close nature of the encounter seemed to be the reason why Pulis and Kloop were so agitated and this led to both not smiling at each other after the game.

Pulis side surrendered victory at last but Liverpool were good and they registered 28 attempts during the lasting 90 minutes of the match.

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Eden Hazard the missing piece at Bernabéu

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In 2015 we wrote a report about Eden Hazard transfer to Real Madrid, four years after see what has changed. please read below (updated report comes after).

Update 2020: Eden Hazard, born 7 January 1991 is now a Real Madrid player wit a salary of 10.4 million, He wears the No.7 jersey previously worn by Cristiano Ronaldo.

All time sensational striker Eden Hazard has been wonderful and has impressed the Blues in so many ways until this season when he has become shambolic.

According to reports lately, Real Madrid has been keen on signing the Belgian star and the deal should be done in the next January transfer window.

The 24-year-old striker is understood to be on the radar of the Santiago Bernabeu for the aging Cristiano Ronaldo who is already 30 and his manager is looking forward to adding Hazard to his team.

The Spanish club has shown their interest in Hazard from an impending transfer ban following the bridge of law in the signing of teenagers and this will enable the Los Blancos to increase their bid for the star.

The striker has appeared in 25 matches and has failed to score due to poor performance and this has reportedly been part of their poor functioning this season.

It has really been tough for the Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho so far.

A deal in the next summer window looks highly unlikely for the blues in signing key players and replacement of the 24-year-old star is on the radar.

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Update: Why Eden Hazard is the perfect replacement for Ronaldo at Real Madrid

After the World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo left the Real Madrid for Juventus in the summer without a Galáctico-style replacement being brought in – although several years before, we have reported that Hazard could be on his way to Real Madrid but a rare opportunity was opened for other players already in the team to step up and show that they could be the new superstars to replace Ronaldo.

Gareth Bale constant injury summed up how that process has gone in addition to that Isco falling out with Santiago Solari, it became very clear that new energy is needed.

Eden Hazard has already made it clear, in public that he would love a “dream” move to Real. to make it worst he has been reluctant to sign a new contract with Chelsea, there is a little doubt he would be a Chelsea player in summer.

Abramovich will need to be willing to make a move happen of course and to state the obvious, Chelsea’s decision to sign Christian Pulisic – He is someone that can play in the same position as Hazard’s – this can be read as “Roma Abramovich is preparing for the inevitable.”

With the continued diminishing returns in the league following it clear that Real Madrid are in need of a major overhaul and there is no doubt that Hazard is the main man to fill Ronaldo’s shoe at the Bernabeu. Arguably, Hazard would be the perfect piece to build Real Madrid.

Chelsea Transfer Ban

Chelsea former player Jimmy Floyd says the transfer ban imposed on Chelsea makes it even more feasible that Eden Hazard will signs a new deal – he will become a free agent in 2020.

When he was asked how the transfer ban would make Hazard to the club, Hasselbaink told

Sky Sports:

“Even more so, because they can’t replace him, or even get somebody who they can work on to become as good as Hazard.

“I know they have already bought (Christian) Pulisic [from Borussia Dortmund], but they will need to add more if they lose Hazard.

Hasselbaink also thinks that the transfer ban will benefit young players at Stamford Bridge.

“It is not great news for Chelsea, especially with how things are going at this moment in time,” he said.

“Chelsea need to strengthen the team but, on the other hand, you can spin it – it is, in a way, good news for the younger players.

“For Callum Hudson-Odoi and also for (Ruben) Loftus-Cheek, who now will get chances.

“They [Chelsea] will have to look at their youth if this is ban is upheld.”

Will Eden Hazard ever leave Chelsea and is the signing (Christian) Pulisic a rush buy?

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Beginners Guide To Betting On Soccer

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We all know that soccer is the greatest game on the planet and a joy to watch, no questions asked. Even if you’re not living and breathing with the outcome of your favorite team, you can still feel the thrill of victory and agony of defeat by placing bets on virtually any match in the world. 

It’s a great way to make every match mean something and perhaps pocket a little extra cash as well. At first glance, betting on soccer compared to other sports can be a little confusing. However, once you get the hang of it, there’s nothing to it. 

A great resource for learning more about betting in the UK is BCUK. In the meantime, let’s go over some of the basics of betting on soccer.

Betting the Moneyline

The most common form of betting on soccer is to bet on the moneyline. To put it in layman’s terms, this is betting on the outcome of a match. The caveat, of course, is that soccer has draws, giving you three possible outcomes for any given match to end. 

All three results will have a different moneyline attached based on how likely each outcome is to come true, at least according to the oddsmakers. 

The lower the number, the more likely that option will come to fruition in the minds of the oddsmakers. That means the payout will be lower, although it will be considered a “safer” bet. 

If a particular result has a higher number, oddsmakers don’t believe the game will end that way, but if it does, there will be a higher payout.

For example, Team A has a moneyline of 1.40, Team B has a moneyline of 8.25, and a draw has a moneyline of 5.50. In this scenario, Team A is heavily favored and is likely to win, making them a “safer” choice. Betting on Team B to win carries a lot of risk but would have a high payout.

Draw No Bet

If you’re thrown off by the possibility of a draw in soccer betting compared to other sports, soccer betting does offer wagers that eliminate the possibility of a tie. Essentially, you bet on one team or the other to win outright as you would any other sport. 

If that match ends in a draw, your bet is void, and your money is returned. Otherwise, if the team you bet on wins, you collect, and if they lose, then you lose the bet.

However, making a “Draw No Bet” wager will alter the moneyline for both teams. The moneyline for both teams will decrease in value, meaning there is less of a payout for that result than if you placed the same bet with three possible outcomes. 

This type of bet is usually made when the bettor feels confident in picking a team but believes the game will be close and wants some protection if it ends in a draw.

Double Chance Betting

Another option available when betting on soccer is called the double chance. As the name implies, you’re able to bet on two of the three outcomes. That means you could bet on a specific team winning or the match ending in a draw. You could also place a double chance bet on either team winning, essentially betting that the match won’t end in a draw.

Naturally, placing a bet on two of the three outcomes increases your chances of winning. However, the moneyline for the three outcomes changes with double chance betting, giving you shorter odds and a smaller payout for each option.

For example, a team with a moneyline of 2.50 for a traditional bet might have a moneyline of 1.80 when using double chance betting.

Betting Goal Lines

Similar to other sports, it’s possible to bet on soccer against the spread. In theory, this takes the draw out of the equation, as there will be only two possible outcomes for betting purposes. 

Most games will have a spread of 0.5 goals, meaning it’s wise to bet on the underdog if you think a draw is a strong possibility. Of course, more lopsided matchups will have spreads of 1.5 goals, 2.5 goals, and so on. This puts pressure on the favorite to win by multiple goals while giving bettors some leeway if they bet on the underdog.

Betting the Total

One last form of soccer betting is predicting the total number of goals that will be scored in a given match or even the number of goals a particular team will score. This is similar to betting the over/under in other sports. 

However, there is often a twist in betting total goals in a soccer match because goals often come at a premium. Goal totals will be set at multiples of .25, and bookmakers will allow bettors to make two bets. 

For example, if the total goals line is set at 2.25, half of the money you bet will be on “over 2,” and the other half will be on “over 2.5.” 

If the match finishes with two goals scored, the “over 2” bet will be refunded while you will lose the “over 2.5” bet. However, if three goals were to be scored in that game, you would win both bets.

Corners and Cards

In addition to betting on the results in soccer, other types of wages are common. For instance, bettors can put money down on the number of corner kicks in a game, similar to an over/under. There is also a moneyline for what team will earn more corner kicks during the match.

Finally, bookmakers will handicap corner kicks, meaning that one team will be expected to earn more corner kicks, similar to a team having to win by a certain amount of goals to cover the spread.

Also, bookmakers will take bets on bookings during a match. Before the match, a number will be set on the total number of bookings, and bettors will either bet over or under on that number. 

Most bookmakers give a value of 10 points for a yellow card and 25 points for a red card, which is important to keep in mind when considering a booking points bet. 

It’s also possible to simply bet yes or no on there being a red card in a match, which is a simple, straight-up bet.

Ends at 90

One golden rule for soccer betting that everyone should know about is that betting always ends after 90 minutes. In cup competitions like England’s FA Cup or knockout stage games in international tournaments like the World Cup, games that end in a draw after 90 minutes will go to added time or penalty kicks to decide what team advances. 

However, all bets will be decided once the 90 minutes of regulation is over. For example, if you bet on a particular team winning a World Cup quarterfinal game and that team advances on penalties, you will lose the bet because the game officially ended in a draw after 90 minutes. 

This is an important rule that anyone who bets on soccer should know about beforehand.

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How Freddie Ljungberg Reacted To Paul Scholes Bizarre Comments

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Arsenal caretaker manager Freddie Ljungberg has been busy speaking to the English media outlet ahead of Arsenal vs Brighton game that will take place on Thursday

While responding to Paul Scholes, Freddie Ljungberg has hit back at him following the unwarranted criticism from the former Manchester United midfielder.

As you reckon, Ljungberg took charge of Arsenal first team as an interim manager at the weekend, His first game as a manager ended with a 2-2 draw against Norwich City.

Whilst some post-match analysis has blamed his poor defense, Scholes did not blame the player but aimed dig at Ljungberg.

Sky Sports cameras captured a scene where the Arsenal legend arrived at Carrow Road sporting with a grey jumper and shirt combination.

However,Paul Scholes unimpressed with Ljungberg after he claimed he should have dressed more formally.

“You would think he’d be out in a suit to show a bit of proudness that he took the job,” Scholes said on Premier League Productions.

“To me that’s a great start – shirt and tie to show some discipline.

“I don’t think he’ll be the right man.”

Ljungberg has since hit back at Scholes by insisting it’s his decision over what attire he wears on matchday whilst also revealing that he is yet to be fitted for a suit.

“I’ve seen coaches with a tracksuit, suit and sweater and I’ll decide on matchday what I will where,” Ljungberg said during his pre-Brighton press conference at London Colney.

“I haven’t been fitted for a club suit but you will know what I where.

“That’s extremely important. It happened so quickly that the suit was at the dry cleaners and I couldn’t get it ready,” he joked.

When Ljungberg was asked to comment he said there isn’t exactly  dress code for managers in the Premier League.

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What Happend To Arsenal Against Southampton

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North London giants Arsenal can’t seem to buy a win after they played out a draw during the Premier League game with Southampton.

The Gunners could have lost the game against the Saints but they were able to salvage a 2-2 draw to take their winless run to six games in all competitions either side of the November international break.

Arsenal have not won a game since they beat Vitoria Guimares 3-2 at home on Matchday 3 of the Europa League.

Summer signing Nicholas Pepe scored twice in the last ten minutes to give Arsenal the win over their Portuguese opponents.

Since the Vitoria Guimares game, Arsenal have played four Premier League matches, one Carabao Cup game and one Europa League game without recording a victory.

Arsenal started the run with a 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace at home in the league before the 5-5 draw away at Liverpool in the Carabao Cup fourth round.

The Gunners were knocked out of that competition via a 5-4 penalty shootout win for Liverpool.

Arsenal then played 1-1 at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the league before a similar scoreline away to Vitoria Guimares FC of Portugal in the Europa League.

Leicester City beat Arsenal 2-0 at home in the league before the Soutampton game made it six games without victory for the Gunners.

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Analyzing what Ashely Cole said about Harry Kane after Hat-trick

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Ashley Cole has reacted over Harry Kane’s goals during England’s 7-0 win over Montenegro, he explains how the Tottenham captain is a natural leader.

Harry Kane, 26, who married about a year ago took reached 19 goals yesterday, with ten goals for Tottenham and nine for England – He scored a hat-trick on Thursday night when te  The Three Lions played against Montenegro.

Liverpool midfielder, Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain, Tammy Abraham, and Marcus Rashford saw England breeze through to a much-deserved victory at home.

Ashley Cole gave his verdict on Kane and his performance on Thursday night, Harry Kane now supersedes Alan Shearer, Nat Lofthouse, and Frank Lampard to become The Three Lion’s sixth-highest goal scorer of all-time.

“I don’t want to be disrespectful and say he’s just a goalscorer,” Cole said. “He has a cleverness and brings others into play but when he’s in front of goal, he’s quality. All strikers want to score goals, he should be really happy with his contribution.”

234sport’s view – Can Harry Kane ever beat Wayne Rooney’s record of 53?

So far it Harry Kane as scored 31 goals in just 44 appearances. We believe that with the commencement of Euro 2020 next summer and the Nations League, there is every chance he will beat Wayne Rooney’srecord.

To achieve this, He injury free, avoid ankle problems that have seen him out of play in the past.

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5 Positives Shoould Neymar’s Move Away From PSG To Barcelona

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PSG are on the verge of offloading Neymar after his turbulent time with the Ligue 1 outfit. Clearly not satisfied with winning endless Ligue 1 titles, the Brazilian star has spent much of his time at Parc de Princes sulking – and trying his best to orchestrate a move away from the French capital.

Other than improved team spirit in the event of his departure, there are several other key reasons why Neymar is better off away from the French capital.

  1. Move Destroys ‘Paper Champion’ Motif

While he has hoovered up trophies in France, it is common knowledge that PSG have very little in the way of real competition. This is especially the case at home matches, with ten of PSG’s 17 home wins of last season being enough to overhaul a two-goal handicap. For anyone else, such statistics would be a great source of joy, but Neymar seems doomed to remain a victim of his own profile.

Unfairly or not, Neymar harbours a reputation as a man that can play only for the very best, and many fans believe that he does not have the character necessary to be part of a new squad-building project. While a return of 34 goals in 37 appearances for PSG ensures that he is far from a ‘passenger’, there is the ever-present feeling that PSG would still enjoy the same dominance even without his services.

While his goals-per-game rate is much improved on his Barcelona average, most neutrals are loathe to see that improvement as meaningful. Beyond Lyon and Lille, no team in France is anywhere near to PSG, who were Ligue 1 champions with weeks to spare earlier this year.

Furthermore, in terms of overall quality and pedigree in European competitions, it is clear that the gap between PSG and Lyon is also far more pronounced than it is between Barcelona and the two Madrid clubs.

  1. Restoration of ‘human touch’

Aside from any hitherto-unseen desire to appease his own sceptics, Neymar may well feel compelled to move for far more personal reasons, even without taking his dwindling fandom in Paris into account.

Neymar has also suffered on a personal level in France due to his own, and his team’s approach to adverse situations. While PSG are dominant at home, the club’s continental record remains a worldwide punchline, despite the hundreds of millions spent over the last five years. Along with much of the team, his performances undergo a notable dip when the going gets tough for PSG, leaving many fans to believe him incapable of being a team’s ‘point man’.

The more emotive fan might point to a dressing room full of big personalities at the Parc Des Princes as a problem. To use a terrace phrase, Neymar wears his heart on his sleeve – even if that does occasionally boil over into theatrics – and clearly thrives on the ‘right’ type of team chemistry. This type is one that has an aura of brotherhood, which is prevalent at places like Anfield and Borussia Dortmund, but distinctly absent from PSG.

At PSG, team chemistry is borne of skill alone – and the fact that no other team is anywhere near to PSG’s quality. Yet, for a man of Neymar’s innate skill, there is the possibility of achieving results and enjoying the company of fellow players, and it is that way of living which would await him at Barcelona.

  1. From Greedy to Gallant

Neymar’s possible return to Barcelona would somewhat dilute his reputation as a greedy, stubborn and surly character. Yet, while he might not necessarily take a pay cut, there would certainly be a gallant connotation to his return, as a man feeling duty-bound to ease Barcelona’s upcoming ‘transitional period’, in the face of Real Madrid’s inevitable improvement.

Right now, the ‘Blaugranes’, though favoured by football betting odds to defend their title, collectively cut an aging figure. This was particularly evident when they failed to make good on their status as Champions League favourites at the semi-final stage earlier this year. Lionel Messi, Arturo Vidal and Luis Suarez are now past their prime, and once they are all gone – perhaps in as little as two years – Barcelona are going to need more in the way of wise heads to get the club through what will be a tough transitional period.

Luckily, Neymar and (potential) teammate Antoine Griezmann would still be at optimum age by the time the likes of Suarez finally call it a day at the zenith of European football, and as a front pairing, they could be utterly lethal. In turn, Neymar would redeem himself in the eyes of the Barcelona faithful, and show that he truly cares for the club, having merely made a very human error in joining PSG.

  1. Real Madrid Link a Gauge for Improvement

Real Madrid make just as much of a case for Neymar’s signature though, and if the man himself wants to show that he has in fact improved since joining PSG, this would be the club of choice.

To say there was room for improvement at the Bernabeu at the beginning of summer would be an understatement. As far as the ‘Galacticos’ are concerned, a third-place finish – below city rivals Atletico – is beneath contempt, and the club has reacted accordingly, most notably snatching Eden Hazard from Chelsea in a bid to restore the attacking setup’s once-unplayable nature.

Playing alongside Hazard, Neymar could not fail to help Real Madrid drastically reduce – if not overturn – the 19-point deficit behind Barcelona with which they ended 2018/19. Furthermore, with Gareth Bale resisting a move to China recently, and vowing only to move if a top European club courts him, the for-now hypothetical sight of Neymar and Bale on opposite flanks is a potential show-stopper.

 

Regardless of skill, however, it is never easy to overturn a 19-point deficit inside a mere year. Thus, if he accounted for a majority of that deficit, then his reputation as a proper champion would improve drastically. For now, however, the question of whether or not he has improved during his time at PSG remains purely a matter of opinion.

  1. Looking ahead to 2022

If nothing else, a move for Neymar would show that he is still a sellable asset as a man approaching his late 20s. Right now, it is not hard to imagine Neymar five years from now, very much on the wrong side of 30, drenched in Ligue 1 trophies, but without any further Champions League winners medal and still no World Cup winners’ medal.

Given that domestic action cannot ever hope to prepare PSG for the nature of the Champions League, this scenario is a realistic one if Neymar fails to take the initiative within the next fortnight. In turn, the sense of stagnation at PSG could only affect his international career for the worse, and act as a bar to World Cup glory in 2022.

That edition will, of course, mark the twentieth anniversary of Brazil’s last win in the grand competition. He may be too old for an appearance at United 2026, and so, if Neymar wants to be seen as equal to legends such as Pele and Ronaldinho, he will return to La Liga long before the end of August.

Only God (or Kylian Mbappe) can save him if he doesn’t…

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Who Is Real Betis’ Biggest Signing This Season?

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Spanish football has been dominated by its top clubs for too long. Despite the best efforts of some of Spain’s other La Liga contenders, Real Madrid and Barcelona have often been the teams to dominate the league; only three times since the 2000/1 season has a different team won the competition.

The Spanish league has been growing throughout the world and teams across the league have seen their fanbase grow in Asia and America. Now more La Liga clubs are seeing their commercial opportunities and revenue increase, and are getting the financial clout they need to challenge for the title. Real Betis are in contention to make a run to the top of the table this season, after signing a three-year shirt sponsorship deal with online Forex traders easyMarkets.com.

Big Money Deals at Real Betis This Summer

Real Betis Balompie has made a big-money signing this summer with their three-year shirt sponsorship deal with easyMarkets.com.

Betis had been looking for a sponsor that reflected their increasing reach into the digital space, and a technology-based CFD trader like easyMarkets.com fits the bill. For the foreign exchange trading provider Easymarkets the deal is mutually beneficial, as sponsoring the shirt of a club like Real Betis Balompie increases awareness of the brand across Europe and the rest of the world.

A sponsorship deal like this helps give Betis a bigger war chest to take to the transfer market this summer, and they have already made some high-profile signings that show their intent to reach for the top of La Liga this season and to qualify for next year’s Champion’s League. 

In Football, Timing Is Everything

This sponsorship comes at the perfect time for both parties. Real Betis Balompie has made some big changes over the summer, with a new manager and backroom staff taking control of the squad.

They have also seen some player changes, with stalwart goalkeeper Pau Lopez moving on to AS Roma in a deal worth nearly €30 million and Junior Firpo go to Barcelona for just under €20 million, rising by another €10 million depending on appearances and other clauses.

These transfers, along with the sponsorship fee from easyMarkets, has given Real Betis a lot of clout in the transfer market and lets new manager Rubi shape the squad to his liking. 

EasyMarkets Are Not the Only Big Signing This Summer

The club has not been shy in the summer transfer window, bringing in more than €95 million worth of new talent into the squad.

With most of that money spent on attacking players, Betis have signaled their intent to make a big push for the top end of the table, and for European football next season. This makes the shirt sponsorship deal a lucrative one for easyMarkets.

Forex traders surely know a thing or two about speculating to accumulate, and this deal looks like one that could be very profitable for easyMarkets.com if Real Betis step up to European football next year.

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Why Cristiano Ronaldo is cleared from charges over rape allegations in the United States

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Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo won’t be charged for the alleged assault of a woman in Las Vegas after it was announced that there was no physical evidence to back the arguments made against him.

The case ended up when German publishing Der Spiegel gave a woman named Kathryn Mayorga the platform to unfold the supposed event in October a year prior.

Mayorga unreservedly accused Ronaldo for attacking her in a Las Vegas hotel when he was on break in the US in 2009. She further insist that the Portuguese appeal paid her $375,000 as an element of a non-disclosure understanding after the event.

The former Real Madrid star prominently denied the charges, communicating that such a bad behavior clashes with all that he believes in. He tweeted,

“I firmly deny the accusations being issued against me. Rape is an abominable crime that goes against everything that I am and believe in. Keen as I may be to clear my name I refuse to feed the media spectacle created by people seeking to promote themselves at my expense.””My clear conscious will thereby allow me to await with tranquility the results of any and all investigations.”

Las Vegas police resuscitated the Investigation just after the cases were made open. The case was even said to have been moved from the state normal court to an administration court a month back.

The center of the issue

Las Vegas examiners have now articulated that Ronaldo won’t manage any arraignments over the rape claims becasue there is no physical proof against him. The decision was made in light of the way that they acknowledge the case couldn’t be ‘exhibited past reasonable doubt.’

In a declaration made on Monday, the Clark Territory Lead examiner’s office said (by methods for BBC), “In light of an overview of information starting at now, the cases of assault against Cristiano Ronaldo can’t be exhibited past a reasonable doubt. Thus, no charges will be forthcoming.”

What’s straightaway? 

The choice made by the inspectors has put a decision to a long and horrid battle in court between the two parties. It remains to be checked whether Ronaldo or Mayorga herself will openly address the condition in the days to come.

Then, Ronaldo is presumably going to feature in Juventus’  International Champions Cup clash against Inter Milan tomorrow.

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Confirm Bet Prediction, October 14th 2019

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Manchester United- The issues that Remain

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Manchester United have just begun their pre-season tour but even that hasn’t provided an escape from the problems at the Old Trafford. The club finished the season on a poor note, collecting just one point from matches against Cardiff and Huddersfield.

In transfer terms, only two players have been added to the team, 21-year-old Aaron Wan- Bissaka from crystal palace and the equally talented Daniel James from Swansea, While both deals are at bargain price( showing a significant improvement in United’s recruitments), They hardly have the required experience to lead the line.

 

THE LUKAKU CONUNDRUM

 

Rumors from England suggest that Solskjaer is open to a deal as any money generated can be used to strengthen. His position is further re-enforced by the fact that Romelu isn’t a regular starter. There is interest, from Inter Milan, Whose coach Antonio Conte thought he was bringing the Belgium forward to Chelsea in 2017, only to lose-out  to Jose Mourinho. However, as of the time of writing, there is no bid- leaving both player and club in Limbo.

 

THE POGBA PROBLEM

 

Paul Pogba has twice stated his “desire” to leave Old Trafford. Reports in Spain suggest that Real Madrid  are keen on his signature, but they are yet to make a formal bid, let alone suggest that they could meet United £150m valuation.

Solskjaer has been under constant media scrutiny concerning Pogba’s status but has for now maintained that United need not sell their most expensive player. Truth be said, He didn’t exactly rule out a move happening.

It would be easy to view United’s position as totally bleak. The truth is less straightforward, as Despite not sustaining a single Premier league challenge since 2013, United remain one of the biggest names in world football. The club’s overall revenues for 2018-2019 are expected to exceed £630m, an incredible figure only Real Madrid exceeds. It remains to be seen if such revenue would be used to reinforce Solskjaer’s Squad, not lining owner’s pockets.   

 

 

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