Ligue 1

17 Jan 19
Sport Archyves

January 17 at 15:56 According to Sport Italia, Psg could try to accommodate Claudio Marchisio in January under the Tour Eiffel. The Italian left Juventus a few months after Gigi Buffon last summer, but the stars of the former Old Lady regrouped in Paris this winter as the Ligue 1 giants sought midfield reinforcements. The […]

17 Jan 19
lucianopreasport

* Joi a fost, in cele din urma, buna spre foarte buna pentru tenisul romanesc la Melbourne, dupa calificarea Simonei Halep in turul 3 la simplu, alte stiri imbucuratoare fiind victoriile de la dublu ale cuplurilor Irina Begu/Mihaela Buzarnescu si Sorana Cirstea/Jelena Ostapenko.

17 Jan 19
Dream Team FC
The World Cup feels like a very long time ago, doesn’t it? Of course, it’s only been about seven months since the big one in Russia, but an awful lot has changed since then. Notably, a number of England’s summer heroes have struggled to replicate their World Cup form for their clubs this season, while much of the buzz surrounding Serbia’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has somewhat petered out. But perhaps the biggest backslide of all has been that of Russia’s breakout star Aleksandr Golovin. Looking back on the World Cup like… SIGN UP – WIN £5k EVERY WEEKEND BY PLAYING DREAM TEAM WEEKENDER Golovin was the name on everyone’s lips way back in July. Following the host’s brilliant run to the quarter-finals, the ‘Russian Iniesta’ well and truly put himself in the shop window. Predictably, a whole host of Europe’s big boys came knocking for the 22-year-old, including Chelsea, Arsenal and Juventus. In the end, it was Monaco who were able to tempt him away from CSKA Moscow, paying the Russian club an undisclosed ‘record’ transfer fee in the process. But since then, it’s all gone a little too quiet. Such promise The fact is, Golovin seems to be experiencing a major World Cup hangover. At his new club, the midfielder has yet to score a goal and only has two assists to his name so far, while he’s averaging an appallingly-low 6.21 rating for Ligue 1, according to WhoScored. Digging a little deeper into his individual performances, the Russian has finished only one game with a rating above 7.0 – which was in their 1-1 result against Club Brugge in the Champions League, when he recorded an assist. Just short of a face-palm To be fair, his time in the Principality has not been helped by a recurring ankle injury, that saw him miss the opening month of the season as well as a handful of games in November. But since his debut, his only notable contribution has been the straight red card he picked up for a bad tackle in the 3-0 defeat to Lyon in December, while he also missed a great opportunity to the score the winning goal against Marseille last week – when new signing Cesc Fabregas sent him through on goal with a lovely pass. Golovin looked nailed-on to score here His reaction sums it up He isn’t the only player to have struggled in a Monaco shirt this season though. Big names like Djibril Sidibe, Nacer Chadli and Stevan Jovetic have all failed to get going, and it’s no surprise to see the club down in 19th place in the Ligue 1 table. Under new manager Thierry Henry – who took over from Leornardo Jardim in October – they’ve won just two league games and finished bottom of their Champions League group without winning a single game. The start to Henry’s managerial career has not gone well Golovin’s poor start to life at Monaco has lead to reports that he might be sold this month, with Zenit Saint Petersburg said to be interested. But while a number of Monaco players have been linked with January exits, Golovin will surely want to see out the remainder of the season at the very least. Either way, it surely reiterates how dangerous it can be to sign a player based on their World Cup run-out. READ MORE: How Real Madrid should line up next season if they want to be a force once more The transfer windows littered with mismanagement that doomed Arsenal to stagnation These England stars’ World Cup hangovers might just be normality from now on View this post on Instagram Monaco 1-1 Nice: Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira couldn’t be separated in the Wenger Derby 🎭 A post shared by Dream Team (@dreamteamfc) on Jan 16, 2019 at 12:03pm PST
17 Jan 19
SELAMANYA JOHOR

PARIS: Monaco kendalian Thierry Henry meneruskan deretan tanpa kemenangan dalam Ligue 1 kepada empat perlawanan apabila seri 1-1 menentang Nice yang dibimbing Patrick Vieira, dengan kedua-dua bekas bintang Arsenal itu tampil sebagai ‘musuh’ di tepi padang.Bekas pemain Perancis, Henry dan Vieira beraksi bersama dalam 313 perlawanan di Arsenal, di bawah bekas pengendali kelab Liga Perdana […]

17 Jan 19
talkSPORT
Tottenham Hotspur have just lost Mousa Dembele and now they must face up to the fact they could also lose Christian Eriksen in the coming month. Spurs want their Danish ace to sign a new contract but at the moment his pen seems a long way from the paper and it’s believed he could now choose to leave the club in the summer. Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Christian Eriksen will be tough to replace. With one year left on his current deal and Real Madrid and Barcelona keen on his services a big-money move could happen before the start of next season. Eriksen’s time with Tottenham Hotspur, despite a lack of silverware, has been a huge success and seen him develop into one of the world’s best playmakers. In five and a half seasons he’s scored 45 goals and registered 56 assists so he’s be tough to replace for Mauricio Pochettino. So, who could Spurs attempt to sign? Find out below. [article-rail-section title=”Latest Football Stories” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Nabil Fekir (Lyon) With rumours of Eriksen’s departure beginning to increase, Tottenham have immediately been linked with a move for France international Fekir. His move to Liverpool fell through last summer and Chelsea are also believed to be interested in his services. Even though there are concerns over his previous knee injuries, he’s started 11 Ligue 1 games, scoring five goals and assisting three. Lyon ace Fekir could have moved to the Premier League last summer. Eriksen is the more tidy of the two but Fekir has the potential to add more goals and keep up a decent level of creativity with 2.1 key passes per 90 minutes. His defensive contributions aren’t too shabby either but it’s hard to keep up with Eriksen’s impressive work rate. Kai Havertz (Bayer Leverkusen) Tottenham were linked with the young German ace last season and it’s no surprise with a number of top European clubs keeping a close eye on him. Once again, Spurs will have it tough to find a player with the defensive work rate of Eriksen but Havertz’s running is pretty good. His movement between the lines and smart choices under pressure when it comes to possession will certainly dampen the blow of losing the Dane. Havertz is developing into one of the best young talents in world football. The 19-year-old, perhaps surprisingly, has fired off more shots per game this season and does offer adaptability in a positional sense, much like Eriksen. Havertz is offers extra height for Spurs at 6ft 2in, making him a fairly well-rounded player for his age. He could cost a big fee given his age and his potential though. [iframe src=”%3Cdiv%20style%3D%22margin%3A0%20auto%3B%20max-width%3A100%26%2337%3B%3B%20min-width%3A300px%3B%20%22%3E%3Cdiv%20style%3D%22position%3A%20relative%3B%20padding-bottom%3A56.25%26%2337%3B%3B%20height%3A%200%3B%20overflow%3A%20hidden%3B%20%22%3E%3Ciframe%20src%3D%22https%3A%2F%2Fembed.dugout.com%2Fv2%2F%3Fp%3DeyJrZXkiOiJTelNsQ2c0ciIsInAiOiJuZXdzY291ayJ9%22%20style%3D%22width%3A%20300px%3B%20min-width%3A%20100%26%2337%3B%3B%20position%3A%20absolute%3B%20top%3A0%3B%20left%3A%200%3B%20height%3A%20100%26%2337%3B%3B%20overflow%3A%20hidden%3B%20%22%20width%3D%22100%26%2337%3B%22%20frameborder%3D%220%22%20allowfullscreen%20scrolling%3D%22no%22%3E%3C%2Fiframe%3E%3C%2Fdiv%3E%3C%2Fdiv%3E” height=”350″ /] Kerem Demirbay (Hoffenheim) Staying over in the Bundesliga, 25-year-old Demirbay has had speculation surrounding a move to Tottenham as far back as 2015, while Liverpool have also scouted him. Hoffenheim scout Lutz Pfannenstiel told 90min.com about the Turkish midfielder: “He is a complete midfielder with a great balance between offensive creativity and hard defensive work. If a player in his position also can score then you have the complete package. He might not be the most glamorous purchase but the numbers suggest he could be a good fit. “Demirbay can play on various positions. He is not just technically but also tactically strong. His ability to solve pressure situations as well as playing the deadly pass makes him very important.” He certainly can’t compete for goals with Eriksen just yet but he can do some of the things the Dane does in the middle of the pitch. Isco (Real Madrid) Having fallen out of favour at the Bernabeu, this transfer isn’t as farfetched as you would believe. According to the Daily Mirror, agents have been sounding out Premier League clubs with Manchester City and Chelsea well placed to land him. Tottenham, though, might trump the duo having almost landed the Spain international in 2016. Isco has struggled for game time this season at the Bernabeu and could now move on. Mauricio Pochettino attempted to sign the midfielder on loan but missed out. “Every coach wants to sign the best players,” Pochettino said when asked about his Isco bid. “And Isco is proving he is one of the best players in the world. We have known about him for a while, I have seen him in different clubs in his career, and he has always been a player with great creativity, great capability, beyond the average. “His magic and quality are absolutely obvious.”
17 Jan 19
Archy Worldys

Football, Ligue 1: Strasbourg-PSG – JEAN-CHRISTOPHE VERHAEGEN / AFP We are not talking about OM or OL here. No, the French club that is chasing success is the Racing Club of Strasbourg. Racing midfielder Dimitri Liénard joked at the end of their victory in the 32nd Final of the Coupe de France at Grenoble on […]

17 Jan 19
Sport Archyves

The Super Lig Club reportedly won the race for a six-month contract to sign the Ghanaian Chelsea defender Baba Rahman will join the Turkish side Goztepe for the remainder of the season TRT Spor, According to recent reports, the Ghanaian has agreed to the Super Lig club. The 24-year-old is looking for a new club […]

17 Jan 19
Sport Archyves

Thomas Tuchel already knows his highest priority for his Paris Saint Germain before this transfer window: Julian Weigl from Borussia Dortmund. Tuchel has always dealt with the situation in midfield, even if the club a historic run in the Ligue 1, France's top league graduated. Weigl was one of Tuchel's man in the middle of […]

17 Jan 19
Archy Worldys

The defender of TFC Stéphane Mbia during his presentation to the Press Toulouse on 24 August 2018. – N. Stival / 20 minutes For Alain Casanova "Stéphane Mbia had no desire to continue in Toulouse". "I've never had a problem with Stéphane," says the TFC coach. Promised, sworn in, they are not angry. Although Stéphane […]

17 Jan 19
GOOL24.NET

Kooxda Manchester United ayaa haatanba gacanta ku dhigtay saxeexeedii ugu horreeyay ee bisha January waxaana ay la wareegeen da’yarka kooxda Amiens ee Noam Emeran oo 16 sano jir ah. Da’yarkan ayaa heshiisk uu ugu wareegayo Old Trafford dhammaystiri doona dhammaadka xilli suuqa bishan January, Emeran ayaa sheegay kaddib heshiiska in wada xaajood uu la yeeshay qoyskiisa […]

17 Jan 19
High Velocity Sport

England’s U17 World Cup winners – where are they now? https://bbc.in/2VYRtzB Highlights: England beat Spain to win U17 World Cup They wrote their names into the history books. Following on from the likes of Bobby Moore, Bobby Charlton and Geoff Hurst in 1966, England’s U17 side led by Steve Cooper triumphed at the World Cup […]

17 Jan 19
Archy news nety

Thomas Tuchel already knows his highest priority for his Paris Saint Germain in front of this transfer window: Borussia Dortmund, Julian Weigl. Tuchel has consistently faced the midfield situation, even though the club is going through a historic run in Ligue 1, the most important football league in France. Weigl was one of Tuchel's go-to-guys […]

17 Jan 19
Archy Worldys

Wahbi Khazri shares his incredible goal in the "money time" on Wednesday against OM (2-1), with the kop north. – Laurent Cipriani / AP / SIPA By beating OM Wednesday (2-1) in Ligue 1, the Greens found the podium and their dreams of the Champions League, leaving the way to Marseille at eight points. Author […]

17 Jan 19
THAT'S LIQUID FOOTBALL

On the 29th March 2019, the United Kingdom is (currently) scheduled to exit the European Union. To celebrate forty-six years of peacetime and prosperity in Europe, this season we’ll be profiling the footballing history of each remaining member of the EU, looking at some of their most iconic matches and the players that have left […]