Europa League

25 May 19
Viajando Perdido

Unai Emery’s Arsenal side take on Chelsea in Azerbaijan at the Baku Olympic Stadium, needing victory to secure Champions League football next season. Champions League 2018/19 News, Fixtures and Results | Mail Online https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-7069813/Arsenal-way-Baku-Mesut-Ozil-Lucas-Torreira-jet-Europa-League-final.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490

25 May 19
High Velocity Sport

Real Madrid to make fresh Hazard bid after Europa League final- Telegraph http://bit.ly/2VM6B24 Chelsea vs Arsenal Chelsea will take on Arsenal in an all English 2019 Europa League final on May 29th. Winning the Europa League could be very important to Maurizio Sarri whose future still appears to be up in the air. However, Arsenal […]

25 May 19
AREWA.ng - Nigeria news.

Eden Hazard wants his move from Chelsea to Real Madrid, to be completed in the first week of June, according to the Daily Mirror. Hazard has just a year left on his contract with Chelsea and the club face the prospect of losing their star player on a free transfer next summer. The Belgian is […]

25 May 19
Akahi News

Eden Hazard needs his turn from Chelsea to Real Madrid, to be finished in the main seven day stretch of June, as per the Daily Mirror. Danger has only a year left on his agreement with Chelsea and the club face the possibility of losing their headliner on a free exchange the following summer. The […]

25 May 19
Component Planet

Chelsea says it cannot endorse official plans to help fans attend the Europa League final against Arsenal in Baku. from BBC News – London https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/48403312 from Blogger http://componentplanet.blogspot.com/2019/05/europa-league-final-chelsea-wont.html

25 May 19
Chadwick Media

Clarets Keeper Signs New Contract Until 2023 Burnley Football Club have confirmed that goalkeeper Nick Pope has signed a new long term contract at Turf Moor to commit his future to the Clarets until June 2023, with an option for a further 12 months. The goalkeeper who was part of England’s 2018 World Cup squad […]

25 May 19
The Sports Daily

The William Hill Scottish Cup final between Hearts and Celtic this weekend will round off the 2018/19 Scottish football season. The pair go head to head at Hampden, Neil Lennon’s team looking to secure a historic treble while Craig Levein is desperate to get his hands on what would be the first trophy of his […]

25 May 19
Sport Archives

Norwegian Ada Hegerberg joins the TF1 group for the Women's World Cup. The Olympique Lyonnais forward, who no longer participates in international meetings of his country, will be present on various shows to bring his knowledge of women's football. Ada Hegerberg (@AdaStolsmo), champion of France and Europe with the@OLfeminin joined the team @ TF1 for […]

25 May 19
HybridTechCar

British media warn fans of provocations and attacks, and Russian – persuade. The Europa League is the second largest European tournament after the Champions League. For the first time in history , only English clubs entered the finals of both tournaments : Arsenal – Chelsea and Tottenham – Liverpool. The main match of the Champions League will be held on June […]

25 May 19
HybridTechCar

For the first time in the history of European cups, all 4 teams in the finals will be from one country, 3 of which will be from one city 4 – This is the first time that all four places in the Champions League/European Cup and Europa League/UEFA Cup finals will be filled by one […]

25 May 19
[DOOR FLIES OPEN]

Well, it was kind of fun.  Shit-ass Liverpool got pipped for the Prem title, thanks to their draw at Goodison Park.  I don’t like many of the results in the Champions League, but the action on the pitch has been pure Bananacakes (also, Come On, You Spurs!).  But all must come to an end. France finished […]

25 May 19
The Scottish Sun
NICK POPE has signed a new long-term deal at Burnley, keeping him at Turf Moor until 2023. The England international, 27, put pen to paper on the four-year contract, which has the option for a further 12 months, after recovering from a shoulder injury. Nick Pope has put pen to paper on a new four-year deal at Burnley, keeping him at the club until 2023 He was forced to miss virtually the entirety of this season, playing one Europa League qualifier and two FA Cup matches. That meant summer signing Joe Hart and Tom Heaton – who missed the 2017/18 campaign through injury – were the goalkeepers in the Premier League as the Clarets finished 15th. Pope’s future was under question with his injury and the arrival of Hart but it now looks like the former Charlton stopper and Heaton will recommence their battle for the No1 jersey. That also means Hart’s miserable time looks set to continue – despite having a season left on his two-year deal, he could be sold for nothing this summer after failing to impress at Turf Moor. But for Pope, he was understandably delighted to agree a new deal – and tweeted the famous ‘The show goes on’ Gif from The Wolf Of Wall Street. He told Burnley’s club website: “I am in a good place. The shoulder feels good and I’m looking forward to coming back ready for next season. “With the contract being for a further four years that will carry me through the majority of my career. “When you look at a long deal like that, you take into context the club you’re at and the people you will be around every day. “I love being where I am and working with the lads every day. It’s an enjoyable place to be.” [quote credit=”Nick Pope”]It’s been a fantastic time here and I want to help the club to keep moving forward.[/quote] Pope had just 12 months left on his existing contract before sorting his extension. And the stopper – who earned his solitary England cap in a World Cup warm-up game against Costa Rica last summer – is desperate to start performing again. He added: “I want to get back to where I left off and help the club build on the three years I’ve had here so far. “Last year was a bit of a non-starter for me with the injury. It was frustrating and didn’t pan out as I hoped after such a high the season before. “But it’s been a fantastic time here and I want to help the club to keep moving forward.” It leaves boss Sean Dyche with a managerial headache – but a good one nonetheless. He still has three England international goalkeepers in his squad and even if Hart leaves as expected, will have to try and keep both club-captain Heaton and Pope happy. But the gaffer reckons this new deal is a statement of intent from Burnley, with Pope a target for Bournemouth and Everton – although the Toffees signed Jonas Lossl from Huddersfield instead. Dyche said: “After a difficult, injury-affected year, through no fault of his own, Nick lost a season’s work. https://t.co/ZQGQzY58DX pic.twitter.com/N7q0B6UX47 — Nick Pope (@Popey1992) May 24, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”Latest Premier League news” posts_category=”190″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] “But we are absolutely delighted that he has now agreed a new long-term deal, which mirrors the aim of the club. “We have always said we want to be strong in the market and that includes when it comes to other clubs trying to get our players. This is a clear sign of that. “Nick has shown himself to be a real professional and we are delighted to have him at the club until 2024 and look forward to continuing the good work he has already achieved.” Pope’s new deal looks to confirm that Joe Hart will not be kept on at Turf Moor [bc_video video_id=”6035229149001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Joe Hart could be offered shock Premier League lifeline with transfer to newly-promoted Norwich”]
25 May 19
The Irish Sun
NICK POPE has signed a new long-term deal at Burnley, keeping him at Turf Moor until 2023. The England international, 27, put pen to paper on the four-year contract, which has the option for a further 12 months, after recovering from a shoulder injury. Nick Pope has put pen to paper on a new four-year deal at Burnley, keeping him at the club until 2023 He was forced to miss virtually the entirety of this season, playing one Europa League qualifier and two FA Cup matches. That meant summer signing Joe Hart and Tom Heaton – who missed the 2017/18 campaign through injury – were the goalkeepers in the Premier League as the Clarets finished 15th. Pope’s future was under question with his injury and the arrival of Hart but it now looks like the former Charlton stopper and Heaton will recommence their battle for the No1 jersey. That also means Hart’s miserable time looks set to continue – despite having a season left on his two-year deal, he could be sold for nothing this summer after failing to impress at Turf Moor. But for Pope, he was understandably delighted to agree a new deal – and tweeted the famous ‘The show goes on’ Gif from The Wolf Of Wall Street. He told Burnley’s club website: “I am in a good place. The shoulder feels good and I’m looking forward to coming back ready for next season. “With the contract being for a further four years that will carry me through the majority of my career. “When you look at a long deal like that, you take into context the club you’re at and the people you will be around every day. “I love being where I am and working with the lads every day. It’s an enjoyable place to be.” [quote credit=”Nick Pope”]It’s been a fantastic time here and I want to help the club to keep moving forward.[/quote] Pope had just 12 months left on his existing contract before sorting his extension. And the stopper – who earned his solitary England cap in a World Cup warm-up game against Costa Rica last summer – is desperate to start performing again. He added: “I want to get back to where I left off and help the club build on the three years I’ve had here so far. “Last year was a bit of a non-starter for me with the injury. It was frustrating and didn’t pan out as I hoped after such a high the season before. “But it’s been a fantastic time here and I want to help the club to keep moving forward.” It leaves boss Sean Dyche with a managerial headache – but a good one nonetheless. He still has three England international goalkeepers in his squad and even if Hart leaves as expected, will have to try and keep both club-captain Heaton and Pope happy. But the gaffer reckons this new deal is a statement of intent from Burnley, with Pope a target for Bournemouth and Everton – although the Toffees signed Jonas Lossl from Huddersfield instead. Dyche said: “After a difficult, injury-affected year, through no fault of his own, Nick lost a season’s work. https://t.co/ZQGQzY58DX pic.twitter.com/N7q0B6UX47 — Nick Pope (@Popey1992) May 24, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”Latest Premier League news” posts_category=”1349″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] “But we are absolutely delighted that he has now agreed a new long-term deal, which mirrors the aim of the club. “We have always said we want to be strong in the market and that includes when it comes to other clubs trying to get our players. This is a clear sign of that. “Nick has shown himself to be a real professional and we are delighted to have him at the club until 2024 and look forward to continuing the good work he has already achieved.” Pope’s new deal looks to confirm that Joe Hart will not be kept on at Turf Moor [bc_video video_id=”6035229149001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Joe Hart could be offered shock Premier League lifeline with transfer to newly-promoted Norwich”]
25 May 19
The Sun
NICK POPE has signed a new long-term deal at Burnley, keeping him at Turf Moor until 2023. The England international, 27, put pen to paper on the four-year contract, which has the option for a further 12 months, after recovering from a shoulder injury. Nick Pope has put pen to paper on a new four-year deal at Burnley, keeping him at the club until 2023 He was forced to miss virtually the entirety of this season, playing one Europa League qualifier and two FA Cup matches. That meant summer signing Joe Hart and Tom Heaton – who missed the 2017/18 campaign through injury – were the goalkeepers in the Premier League as the Clarets finished 15th. Pope’s future was under question with his injury and the arrival of Hart but it now looks like the former Charlton stopper and Heaton will recommence their battle for the No1 jersey. That also means Hart’s miserable time looks set to continue – despite having a season left on his two-year deal, he could be sold for nothing this summer after failing to impress at Turf Moor. But for Pope, he was understandably delighted to agree a new deal – and tweeted the famous ‘The show goes on’ Gif from The Wolf Of Wall Street. He told Burnley’s club website: “I am in a good place. The shoulder feels good and I’m looking forward to coming back ready for next season. “With the contract being for a further four years that will carry me through the majority of my career. “When you look at a long deal like that, you take into context the club you’re at and the people you will be around every day. “I love being where I am and working with the lads every day. It’s an enjoyable place to be.” [quote credit=”Nick Pope”]It’s been a fantastic time here and I want to help the club to keep moving forward.[/quote] Pope had just 12 months left on his existing contract before sorting his extension. And the stopper – who earned his solitary England cap in a World Cup warm-up game against Costa Rica last summer – is desperate to start performing again. He added: “I want to get back to where I left off and help the club build on the three years I’ve had here so far. “Last year was a bit of a non-starter for me with the injury. It was frustrating and didn’t pan out as I hoped after such a high the season before. “But it’s been a fantastic time here and I want to help the club to keep moving forward.” It leaves boss Sean Dyche with a managerial headache – but a good one nonetheless. He still has three England international goalkeepers in his squad and even if Hart leaves as expected, will have to try and keep both club-captain Heaton and Pope happy. But the gaffer reckons this new deal is a statement of intent from Burnley, with Pope a target for Bournemouth and Everton – although the Toffees signed Jonas Lossl from Huddersfield instead. Dyche said: “After a difficult, injury-affected year, through no fault of his own, Nick lost a season’s work. https://t.co/ZQGQzY58DX pic.twitter.com/N7q0B6UX47 — Nick Pope (@Popey1992) May 24, 2019 [article-rail-section title=”Latest Premier League news” posts_category=”348″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] “But we are absolutely delighted that he has now agreed a new long-term deal, which mirrors the aim of the club. “We have always said we want to be strong in the market and that includes when it comes to other clubs trying to get our players. This is a clear sign of that. “Nick has shown himself to be a real professional and we are delighted to have him at the club until 2024 and look forward to continuing the good work he has already achieved.” Pope’s new deal looks to confirm that Joe Hart will not be kept on at Turf Moor [bc_video video_id=”6035229149001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Joe Hart could be offered shock Premier League lifeline with transfer to newly-promoted Norwich”]