Manchester City

17 Dec 18
Arcynewsy

Schalke v Manchester City As far as he could, Txiki Begiristain found it difficult to hide his joy. Although the City Football Director said that all the right things on Schalke represent a difficult obstacle for his team's prospects to advance in the second round in the competition they prefer the most, a meeting with […]

17 Dec 18
Deeno Mix

With the exception of former Monaco, PSG, Chelsea, AC Milan, Manchester City, Marsielle and Al Jazira striker George Weah, there is a feeling that other Africans could have taken home the prestigious World Player of the Year (formerly known as Balon D’or and now called FIFA’s The Best). Here are four Africans who in recent […]

17 Dec 18
Centurions Fan

Ajax sporting director Marc Overmars spoke for 10 minutes with Manchester City’s Txiki Begiristain at today’s Champions League draw in Nyon. City are linked with Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt. [Mundo Deportivo]

17 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
RETIRED footballer Michael Robinson has revealed he has metastatic cancer. The former Liverpool and Republic of Ireland striker says he has advanced melanoma skin cancer. Michael Robin son, who featured for Liverpool in the 1980s, has been diagnosed with cancer He made the revelation on a radio show in Spain where he has spent most of his life since retiring from football and made a name for himself as a leading sports journalist. The 60-year-old said: “I would prefer not to have to fight this battle but regrettably I’m in that battle and I’m determined I’m going to beat it.” The TV host appeared in more than 300 official games in England for five different clubs including Liverpool and Manchester City before three seasons in Spain with Osasuna. He said he was diagnosed with cancer after discovering a lump in his armpit at the end of the October. After finishing his football career, Michael Robinson set up home in Spain and worked in radio The 60-year-old played more games for Brighton than anyone else during his career After the news broke, Liverpool posted on Twitter wishing their former player well in his battle against the disease. The Reds wrote: “Liverpool FC would like to wish Michael Robinson well in his battle with cancer. “The thoughts of everyone at the club are with our former player and his family at this time.” Admitting the specialist who saw him told him: “Michael you’ve got cancer, a bad one, of the sort that are not curable”, he added: “I don’t remember the rest of what he told me because I was thinking I was in the middle of a nightmare.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In Football” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Metastatic cancer is cancer that has spread from where it started to another part of the body. Carles Francino, presenter of the radio show Michael made his cancer announcement on, said before letting the ex-footballer speak: “My friend, our friend Michael Robinson has cancer. “I’ve said it now. Now it’s the turn of Michael who gave me permission to tell you more.” Robinson said: “On October 30 I had a lump in my armpit and when they removed it they gave me some terrible news, saying ‘Michael, you have cancer, a bad one, and it doesn’t have a cure.’ “I don’t remember the rest of what I heard because I thought I was in the middle of a nightmare and it wasn’t true.’ “They said I had a melanoma. Obviously melanoma normally is not in the armpit, it’’s in the skin. “The metastasis had travelled and it showed itself up in my armpit. “For a couple of days I didn’t really know what day it was. I thought it was a bad dream and in any case I thought it was minor and I would go to the hospital the following day and I’d be told, ‘We’ve made a mistake Michael’. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In Sport” posts_category=”4″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “One day, while I was having a beer, I told myself that science had spoken and I had a bad advanced cancer and the cancer had dictated a series of circumstances. “I now have to decide how to live. I have that power. “I wouldn’t want my children and my wife to say there was a Michael before the illness and a Michael after.” Michael told how he had got a second opinion at the behest of his wife with a specialist recommended by Cristobal Belda, who was Head of Oncology at Madrid’s La Paz Hospital when golfer Seve Ballesteros was being treated for a brain tumour. He added: “My oncologist is a Real Madrid supporter but I have called him Messi. He’s the father of immunotherapy and is saving lives, and he’s obviously going to save mine. “I’m up for this battle and I’m learning a lot about myself, although of course I would have really preferred not to have to fight this.”
17 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
RETIRED footballer Michael Robinson has revealed he has metastatic cancer. The former Liverpool and Republic of Ireland striker says he has advanced melanoma skin cancer. Michael Robin son, who featured for Liverpool in the 1980s, has been diagnosed with cancer He made the revelation on a radio show in Spain where he has spent most of his life since retiring from football and made a name for himself as a leading sports journalist. The 60-year-old said: “I would prefer not to have to fight this battle but regrettably I’m in that battle and I’m determined I’m going to beat it.” The TV host appeared in more than 300 official games in England for five different clubs including Liverpool and Manchester City before three seasons in Spain with Osasuna. He said he was diagnosed with cancer after discovering a lump in his armpit at the end of the October. After finishing his football career, Michael Robinson set up home in Spain and worked in radio The 60-year-old played more games for Brighton than anyone else during his career After the news broke, Liverpool posted on Twitter wishing their former player well in his battle against the disease. The Reds wrote: “Liverpool FC would like to wish Michael Robinson well in his battle with cancer. “The thoughts of everyone at the club are with our former player and his family at this time.” Admitting the specialist who saw him told him: “Michael you’ve got cancer, a bad one, of the sort that are not curable”, he added: “I don’t remember the rest of what he told me because I was thinking I was in the middle of a nightmare.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In Football” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Metastatic cancer is cancer that has spread from where it started to another part of the body. Carles Francino, presenter of the radio show Michael made his cancer announcement on, said before letting the ex-footballer speak: “My friend, our friend Michael Robinson has cancer. “I’ve said it now. Now it’s the turn of Michael who gave me permission to tell you more.” Robinson said: “On October 30 I had a lump in my armpit and when they removed it they gave me some terrible news, saying ‘Michael, you have cancer, a bad one, and it doesn’t have a cure.’ “I don’t remember the rest of what I heard because I thought I was in the middle of a nightmare and it wasn’t true.’ “They said I had a melanoma. Obviously melanoma normally is not in the armpit, it’’s in the skin. “The metastasis had travelled and it showed itself up in my armpit. “For a couple of days I didn’t really know what day it was. I thought it was a bad dream and in any case I thought it was minor and I would go to the hospital the following day and I’d be told, ‘We’ve made a mistake Michael’. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In Sport” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “One day, while I was having a beer, I told myself that science had spoken and I had a bad advanced cancer and the cancer had dictated a series of circumstances. “I now have to decide how to live. I have that power. “I wouldn’t want my children and my wife to say there was a Michael before the illness and a Michael after.” Michael told how he had got a second opinion at the behest of his wife with a specialist recommended by Cristobal Belda, who was Head of Oncology at Madrid’s La Paz Hospital when golfer Seve Ballesteros was being treated for a brain tumour. He added: “My oncologist is a Real Madrid supporter but I have called him Messi. He’s the father of immunotherapy and is saving lives, and he’s obviously going to save mine. “I’m up for this battle and I’m learning a lot about myself, although of course I would have really preferred not to have to fight this.”
17 Dec 18
The Sun
RETIRED footballer Michael Robinson has revealed he has metastatic cancer. The former Liverpool and Republic of Ireland striker says he has advanced melanoma skin cancer. Michael Robin son, who featured for Liverpool in the 1980s, has been diagnosed with cancer He made the revelation on a radio show in Spain where he has spent most of his life since retiring from football and made a name for himself as a leading sports journalist. The 60-year-old said: “I would prefer not to have to fight this battle but regrettably I’m in that battle and I’m determined I’m going to beat it.” The TV host appeared in more than 300 official games in England for five different clubs including Liverpool and Manchester City before three seasons in Spain with Osasuna. He said he was diagnosed with cancer after discovering a lump in his armpit at the end of the October. After finishing his football career, Michael Robinson set up home in Spain and worked in radio The 60-year-old played more games for Brighton than anyone else during his career Admitting the specialist who saw him told him: “Michael you’ve got cancer, a bad one, of the sort that are not curable”, he added: “I don’t remember the rest of what he told me because I was thinking I was in the middle of a nightmare.” Metastatic cancer is cancer that has spread from where it started to another part of the body. Carles Francino, presenter of the radio show Michael made his cancer announcement on, said before letting the ex-footballer speak: “My friend, our friend Michael Robinson has cancer. “I’ve said it now. Now it’s the turn of Michael who gave me permission to tell you more.” [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In Football” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Robinson said: “On October 30 I had a lump in my armpit and when they removed it they gave me some terrible news, saying ‘Michael, you have cancer, a bad one, and it doesn’t have a cure.’ “I don’t remember the rest of what I heard because I thought I was in the middle of a nightmare and it wasn’t true.’ “They said I had a melanoma. Obviously melanoma normally is not in the armpit, it’’s in the skin. “The metastasis had travelled and it showed itself up in my armpit. “For a couple of days I didn’t really know what day it was. I thought it was a bad dream and in any case I thought it was minor and I would go to the hospital the following day and I’d be told, ‘We’ve made a mistake Michael’. [article-rail-section title=”Most Read In Sport” posts_category=”321″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] “One day, while I was having a beer, I told myself that science had spoken and I had a bad advanced cancer and the cancer had dictated a series of circumstances. “I now have to decide how to live. I have that power. “I wouldn’t want my children and my wife to say there was a Michael before the illness and a Michael after.” Michael told how he had got a second opinion at the behest of his wife with a specialist recommended by Cristobal Belda, who was Head of Oncology at Madrid’s La Paz Hospital when golfer Seve Ballesteros was being treated for a brain tumour. He added: “My oncologist is a Real Madrid supporter but I have called him Messi. He’s the father of immunotherapy and is saving lives, and he’s obviously going to save mine. “I’m up for this battle and I’m learning a lot about myself, although of course I would have really preferred not to have to fight this.”
17 Dec 18
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17 Dec 18
For Club and Country - Nashville SC and US Soccer

Running down the links of interest to Nashville SC and US Soccer fans. Please follow the site on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook if you don’t already, and if you like what you read here, share with a friend and encourage them to follow as well! Busy offseason for Nashville SC. A little self-promotion here, but […]

17 Dec 18
Arcynewsy

Lyon inherits FC Barcelona in the Champions League FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP This time, Paris-Saint-Germain was guaranteed not to inherit Real Madrid or FC Barcelona in the last eight of the Champions League. The Paris club has still taken an important name from European football, Monday 17 December in Nyon (Switzerland) with the Englishman Manchester […]

17 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

Schalke against Manchester City Txiki Begiristain found it hard to hide his joy. Although Stadts football director had said everything right that Schalke presented a difficult hurdle for the prospects of his team to reach the last eight of their coveted competitions, a meeting with the team, which is currently ranked 13th in the Bundesliga, […]

17 Dec 18
posh josh sports

spoty Welsh cyclist Geraint Thomas finished ahead of Runner up Lewis Hamilton and Bookmakers favourite Harry Kane to take home the main prize from Sports Personality Of The Year.As the contenders were revealed many veterans from various sports were left fuming as some high achievers including : Ronnie O’ Sullivan, Georgia Hall and the controversial […]

17 Dec 18
High Velocity Sport

Revealed: The staggering sum Jose Mourinho will be owed if sacked by Man United https://ift.tt/2rFhpCv Revealed: The staggering sum Jose Mourinho will be owed if sacked by Man United Duncan Castles has this evening shed light on the financial hit that Manchester United […]

17 Dec 18
PL Analysis

For a whole stinkin’ nine years (2007-2016), Joe Hart was Manchester City’s no.1, impressing the Etihad with superb reflex saves and his awesome ability to marshal the defenders in front of him, from Joe Lescott to Vincent Kompany. Then Pep Guardiola came along, and for a reason I can’t comprehend (actually I do, Pep wanted […]