Zinedine Zidane makes it clear that he is not putting any pressure on the hierarchy to make signings and people are just trying to misquote him with regard to whatever he has said in terms of transfers.
There have been reports that Zidane is eager for new signings especially that of a forward as he doesn’t have the services of Alvaro Morata anymore.
But, Zidane denies that he has gone to hierarchy with any sort of demand as far as the playing resources are concerned. He says he is pretty content with the resources which are there for him to utilise.
As per Zidane, whenever he makes a comment, people try to read between the lines and create a meaning of the comment as per their convenience.
So he wants to make a clarification and put it straight that he is not pushing for the addition of any particular player to the squad, but, then because the transfer window is still open and active, he can’t say that there isn’t going to be any addition at all. There might be. Continue reading “Zinedine Zidane Clears on Signups for Club”
Pep Guardiola. Everybody knows him as a sucker for perfection; some even dislike him for it, his players inclusive. And it never really mattered in the end.
The results were there and a legend grew out of him. Prior to being promoted from Barcelona’s feeder team, La Masia, Guardiola was practically unknown to the football world.
Fast forward to four years after his Barca appointment and the Santpedor-born had done enough to warrant being tagged ‘the best coaching mind of the 21stcentury.’
His achievement at the Catalan side triggered a chase for his signature between ambitious clubs in Europe. He opted to however join Bayern Munich after taking a one year sabbatical at a time the Bavarians were just partying on their treble success of the Jupp Heynckes-led campaign.
That very achievement made the Spaniard’s metric of success tougher. His best however could only take the Bavarians to three consecutive UCL semi-final appearances and 3 domestic league titles. It felt like a failure, despite the amazing stats. Continue reading “GUARDIOLA MUST DELIVER NEXT SEASON”
Mauricio Pochettino believes that there is a perception about Premiership in the other countries that it is not a great league.
The games are not as tactical as in the other leagues and a majority part of the games involve only long balls like the old times. So, to succeed in it is not a big deal.
Because of this perception, a manager of a different nationality coming to UK may come thinking that he has taken up an easy job, but, that is a wrong mentality to come with because he is not going to find the Premiership like what he would have heard. If he has to succeed, he will have to show some humility towards the competition.
The perception that the competition lacks quality is actually a false perception in the eyes of Pochettino and that he says with conviction because he has spent a decent amount of time coaching in the competition and knows what kind of challenges a coach come across when he comes into it first up. Continue reading “Mauricio Pochettino Worried about Perception in other Countries”
Tottenham only managed to draw against West Bromwich Albion where a win would have helped them cut down their deficit on Leicester.
Leicester is currently 7 points clear of Tottenham and could win the title by defeating Manchester United on Sunday. Spurs will be downhearted that they could not score with the many occasions that they received during the game.
Tottenham started the match well and caused all kind of troubles to West Brom. The first occasion came to Eriksen on a free-kick which the West Brom goalkeeper diverted into a corner. Continue reading “Tottenham title hopes dented by a draw against West Brom”
Manchester City midfielder Fabian Delph is very much looking forward to be back amongst the action after the international break.
The former Aston Villa man moved to the Etihad stadium in the summer against the advice of many. Delph was seen as a spare man who would fill up the home grown spots in the squad. His signing was compared to the arrivals of players like Adam Johnson in previous years. However, Delph went with confidence and started only five league matches. He has been out with an injury since the end of January, which have prevented his impact in the team. Continue reading “Fabian Delph to be back soon after International Break”
Swansea City sustained a disappointing result and a road block in their journey of snatching an Europa League spot for the upcoming season after losing against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on April 18.
Garry Monk was not proud or happy to see his players performing at such a low level when they played against Leicester City and the 36 year old manager had a few things to tell his players after having lost against Leicester City.
The head coach of Swansea City, Garry Monk expressed his thoughts about the match as eh told reporters: “I had explained all week to the players that the first 20 minutes were crucial when the crowd was on a high and their players motivated. We knew we had to do that but we concede a goal we are disappointed with after 15 minutes and credit to Leicester because they kept to their game plan which was simple but effective and they had the momentum.”
Leonardo Ulloa and Andy King were the players who scored against Swansea City. Continue reading “Garry Monk is not happy after having lost against a relegation threatened club”