Philippe Coutinho

23 May 19
talkSPORT
Barcelona are looking for more silverware this season as they face Valencia in the Copa del Rey final. The Catalan giants are looking to win this trophy for the fifth successive time but face an in-form Valencia. Lionel Messi’s Barcelona take on Valencia in the Copa del Rey final Los Ches, who finished fourth in La Liga, last won the cup in 2008 and are eager to add another trophy to their honours list. Who will claim glory to end the Spanish season? Here’s everything you need to know about it. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Barcelona vs Valencia: What time is kick-off? The 117th edition of the showpiece final will take place at Estadio Benito Villamarin in Seville on Saturday 25 May. When the sides last met in La Liga, they played out an entertaining 2-2 draw. Barcelona vs Valencia: Which TV channel can I watch it on? The match is not being broadcast live here in the UK but viewers in Spain can tune in to watch on RTVE. Eleven Sports has secured exclusive live rights to show the match in Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal, Poland and Taiwan. Customers of bet365 will be able to watch a live stream of the match on their website. Valencia take on Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final Barcelona vs Valencia: What is the team news? Nelson Semedo has overcome a concussion and looks set to feature for Barcelona. But the La Liga champions will likely be without Philippe Coutinho and Ousmane Dembele while Arthur is also a doubt. Valencia are sweating on the fitness of Ezequiel Garay who has a hamstring problem. And Denis Cheryshev has been ruled out for the season.
23 May 19
Pierre's Footy Talk

Valencia will be up against all the odds on Saturday as they meet Spanish heavyweights FC Barcelona in the final of the Copa del Rey. Los Che are looking to win an eighth title and haven’t won it since 2008 when they beat Getafe 3-1. They confirmed a Champions League position last weekend with a […]

23 May 19
The Upstate Courier

Besides, those reserves should be squirreled away against possible further downturns. That’s because the real danger here is the high degree of uncertainty at the heart of the projection. This forecast does not factor in still-evolving congressional tax changes that could dramatically alter federal revenues and trigger a wave of domestic spending cuts …

23 May 19
Tinksmarts

  The Catalans are aiming to win their fifth consecutive Copa del Rey at the Estadio Benito Villamarin this weekend but we think it could be tough Barcelona face Valencia on Saturday evening in the final of the Copa del Rey with Ernesto Valverde’s men looking to complete a second successive domestic double. The Blaugrana finished the La Liga season top of […]

23 May 19
talkSPORT
The Under-20 World Cup gives football’s brightest young stars the chance to impress in front of a global audience. England, the current holders following their 2017 heroics in South Korea, won’t be there to defend their crown in Poland after failing to qualify. England won’t be defending their crown when the tournament begins today However, the tournament is certainly worth keeping an eye on, especially given where the previous Golden Ball winners have ended up. The biennial event has seen some of the top players in world football rise to prominence, with historical winners, including the great Diego Maradona. talkSPORT.com takes a look at the most recent Golden Ball winners at the U20 World Cup and where they are now. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] Dominic Solanke – Bournemouth Solanke joined Bournemouth from Liverpool in January It feels like Dominic Solanke has been around forever, but he’s only 21. He was one of many young England stars who shone during the 2017 U20 World Cup triumph and subsequently won the Golden Ball. Despite incredible success in youth football, at both domestic level with Chelsea and on the international stage with England, the striker’s senior career has barely got going. He left Chelsea without making a single Premier League appearance, and his two-year spell at Liverpool ended with just one league goal. Solanke now plies his trade at Bournemouth, where he will hope to get his big break next season. Adama Traore – Monaco Adama Traore was the star of the 2015 U20 World Cup Adama Traore (no, not the one who plays for Wolves) helped guide Mali to a historic bronze medal at the 2015 U20 World Cup. But since then, the 23-year-old’s career has stalled. Traore four goals and three assists at the U20 World Cup helped earn him a move to Monaco, but four years on, he is yet to break into the first team, spending two seasons out on loan at Rio Ave and Cercle Brugge with little success. Paul Pogba – Manchester United Paul Pogba got 13 goals and nine assists in the Premier League this season Paul Pogba’s success since winning the Golden Ball at the U20 World Cup in 2013 depends largely on who you ask. But opinions aside, the Manchester United midfielder has lifted the World Cup, the Europa League and Serie A four times – that’s not bad, right? The 26-year-old also has an uncanny habit of scoring in finals, which began at the U20 World Cup when he netted in the penalty shootout victory over Uruguay. Henrique Almeida – Gremio Big things were expected of Henrique Almeida Remember Henrique Almeida? No? Not all U20 World Cup Golden Ball winners go onto super stardom. Almeida, the 27-year-old Brazilian striker, was the star of the 2011 tournament which featured James Rodriguez, Antoine Griezmann and Philippe Coutinho. However, he has never earned a senior cap for his country and currently plies his trade at Portuguese club Belenenses, on loan from Brazilian team Grenio. Dominic Adiyiah – Sisaket Dominic Adiyiah’s U20 World Cup heroics earned him a move to AC Milan Admittedly, this list hits a bit of a bump in the middle. It gets better, I promise. Dominic Adiyiah somehow manages to top Almeida as the most disappointing U20 World Cup Golden Ball winner. After scoring eight goals in seven games as Ghana won the tournament for the first time in 2009, European giants AC Milan gambled on him. But during a two year spell, he never got on the pitch, and he has since played in Ukraine and Kazakhstan before settling in Thailand. After three years at Nakhon Ratchasima, he recently joined fellow Thai club Sisaket. Sergio Aguero – Manchester City Sergio Aguero remains one of the best strikers in world football I did tell you it would get better. Sergio Aguero has become one of the greatest Premier League strikers in history. The prolific Argentine forward netted six times at the 2007 U20 World Cup as Argentina won the tournament for a record sixth time. Twelve years on, he’s just won a historic domestic treble with Manchester City, for whom he’s the all-time leading goalscorer. Lionel Messi – Barcelona Lionel Messi’s done alright, hasn’t he? Well, here we have arguably the greatest player in history. A 17-year-old Messi took the U20 World Cup by storm in 2005 and the rest, as they say, is history.
23 May 19
Archy news nety

Barcelona looks at the national double when they face Valencia in Saturday's Copa de Rey final. Ernesto Valverde's men emerged triumphant in the Liga this season, finishing with 11 points behind the second Atletico Madrid for their second title in as many years. However, this result was overshadowed by the splendid capitulation of the Champions […]

23 May 19
Archy news nety

Tottenham has had an extraordinary season. Mauricio Pochettino's men, since they didn't spend money a year ago, shouldn't have the right to be in the Champions League final. These days, logic suggests that the more you spend the better you are. Manchester City and Liverpool are apparently proof of this. But Tottenham has shown the […]

23 May 19
Archy news nety

Barcelona will aim to complete a league and cup double when they face Valencia in the Copa del Rey final on Saturday evening. Ernesto Valverde's men their 30 outstanding wins in this competition, their 30 wins in a row with victory at Estadio Benito Villamarin. They finished their match in Valencia, they finished 16 points […]

23 May 19
TONY88

Hasselbaink mengaku penasaran apakah Griezmann bisa tampil bagus di Liga Primer terlepas sang pemain yang santer dirumorkan ke Barcelona. Antoine Griezmann ‘boleh memilih klub mana pun yang dia mau’ untuk pelabuhan berikutnya, namun mantan penyerang Chelsea Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink mengaku akan senang jika sang pemain pindah ke Stamford Bridge. Pemain internasional Prancis Griezmann, yang mencetak […]

23 May 19
jackhiggins1995

Yesterday we looked at the players who could be leaving Anfield in the summer, and there were many names that sprung to mind. But what about areas that Liverpool could add further depth? In this blog we’re going to look at players who could be making their way to Anfield this summer. MEMPHIS DEPAY Memphis […]

23 May 19
Newsy Today

In his novel 'Portrait of the teenage soccer player' (Peripheral), the writer Valentine Rome, current director of La Virreina Center de la Imatge, reviews his years as a promising figure of the inferior teams of Atlético de Madrid, a club with which he won the King's Cup of youth and in which he came to […]

22 May 19
Sport Archives

Seriously, Philippe Coutinho went out to train at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper with his teammates. After a few injured days, the most expensive signing in the club's history could be trained normally and opened the door to a possible title at the Copa del Rey final this Saturday in Seville. With Luis Suárez cleared […]

22 May 19
Noticias Ultimas

En serio, Philippe Coutinho salió a entrenar en el Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper con sus compañeros. Después de algunos días lesionados, el fichaje más caro en la historia del club podría ser entrenado normalmente y abrió la puerta a un posible título en la final de la Copa del Rey este sábado en Sevilla. Una […]

22 May 19
Nachrichten Welt

Im Ernst, Philippe Coutinho trainierte mit seinen Teamkollegen im Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper. Nach ein paar verletzten Tagen konnte die teuerste Verpflichtung in der Vereinsgeschichte normal trainiert werden und öffnete am Samstag im Finale der Copa del Rey in Sevilla die Tür zu einem möglichen Titel. Nachdem Luis Suárez nach einer Operation freigelassen wurde und […]