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23 May 19
High Velocity Sport

Arsene Wenger: Ex-Arsenal boss ‘might not return to management’ https://bbc.in/2HQmuzy I left my heart with Arsenal – Wenger Ex-Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says he is ready to take a new role in football – but has admitted for the first time he might not return to management. Wenger ended his 22-year Gunners reign after the […]

23 May 19
Heavy.com

Cristiano Ronaldo will be summoned for his alleged rape of Kathryn Mayorga in 2009. Here’s what you need to know about the allegations and timeline of events.

23 May 19
The Irish Sun
DAVID BECKHAM says winning the Treble in 1999 with Manchester United was his most satisfying and emotional time after suffering nationwide abuse that season. He was football’s Public Enemy No 1 in 1998 after being sent off in England’s World Cup last-16 shootout defeat to Argentina in France. David Beckham has opened up on the abuse he got from fans after being sent off against Argentina at the 1998 World Cup After he was red-carded for lashing out at Argentina’s Diego Simeone, an effigy of Becks was hung outside a pub in Croydon and he was jeered at away games the next season. But Beckham had the last laugh, lifting the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League trophies under Sir Alex Ferguson. The 44-year-old said: “The 1999 season was special for us as a club, and as individuals. “But for me and for my family, it was one of the most rewarding, one of the most emotional. “I had just come off the back of being sent off in the World Cup. Every game I played that season away from home, the abuse was like nothing I had experienced. “Every game I played at Old Trafford, I’d step over to take a corner, everyone stood up, clapped and sang my name. “Away from home, it was slightly different. So, to win a Treble in that fashion, it felt a lot more rewarding given what I had gone through. [quote credit=”David Beckham”]Every game I played that season away from home, the abuse was like nothing I had experienced.[/quote] “The abuse continued for seasons after. But to be successful, at the end of a hard summer, meant more.” On May 16, United beat Arsenal to the Premier League crown by one point, with Beckham scoring in a 2-1 win over Tottenham. Next up they swatted aside Newcastle to win the FA Cup at Wembley. Then, on May 26, they came from behind to beat Bayern Munich 2-1 at the Nou Camp, thanks to late goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Beckham says it was the one match in his career where he experienced “butterflies” in his stomach. Speaking to OTRO.com, Beckham says he only calmed down once he spotted then-fiancee Victoria in the crowd. Beckham, 44, helped Manchester United win the Treble the season after the 1998 World Cup He said: “I’m not really a superstitious person but the one thing I like to know is my family are safe in the stadium. “I looked up and I could see my parents, I just couldn’t see Victoria. “Then, all of a sudden, my friend Dave Gardner walked in with Victoria and that’s when I relaxed and forgot all the nerves.” Bayern scored on six minutes through winger Mario Basler and could have easily doubled that advantage. Yet even though United were missing key players Roy Keane and Paul Scholes through suspension, Beckham had a feeling the match would swing in their favour once they equalised through Sheringham in stoppage-time. Beckham said: “Getting it back to 1-1 was a big moment. You start to think, ‘OK, prepare yourself for extra-time’. “But I knew that once we had that momentum, just like we had done in a few other games that season, like against Liverpool and Arsenal, all of a sudden the game changed. [article-rail-topic title=”LATEST MAN UTD NEWS” term_id=”1480″ posts_number=”6″ /] [pod_component pod_component_config_id=”20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h” pod_component_config_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-component-config-prod/20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h.json” pod_component_config_loader_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-loaders-prod/1.57.1/componentLoader.js?122286″ src=”https%3A%2F%2Fiframe.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-widgets-prod%2Fiframe-pod.html%3Fid%3D20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h%26script%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-loaders-prod%2F1.57.1%2FcomponentLoader.js%3F122286%26config%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-component-config-prod%2F20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h.json”] “I thought, ‘You know, there are still a few minutes left…’” And the rest is history. For all he has achieved, with United, England and European giants Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, Beckham says the ecstasy of winning the Champions League will remain in his heart. He added: “Nothing comes close to that feeling of winning a game of that magnitude.” Beckham is the current president of Inter Miami – who will play in MLS in 2020 [bc_video video_id=”6040223278001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Manchester United may already have a ready-made replacement for David De Gea in Dean Henderson”]
23 May 19
The Scottish Sun
DAVID BECKHAM says winning the Treble in 1999 with Manchester United was his most satisfying and emotional time after suffering nationwide abuse that season. He was football’s Public Enemy No 1 in 1998 after being sent off in England’s World Cup last-16 shootout defeat to Argentina in France. David Beckham has opened up on the abuse he got from fans after being sent off against Argentina at the 1998 World Cup After he was red-carded for lashing out at Argentina’s Diego Simeone, an effigy of Becks was hung outside a pub in Croydon and he was jeered at away games the next season. But Beckham had the last laugh, lifting the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League trophies under Sir Alex Ferguson. The 44-year-old said: “The 1999 season was special for us as a club, and as individuals. “But for me and for my family, it was one of the most rewarding, one of the most emotional. “I had just come off the back of being sent off in the World Cup. Every game I played that season away from home, the abuse was like nothing I had experienced. “Every game I played at Old Trafford, I’d step over to take a corner, everyone stood up, clapped and sang my name. “Away from home, it was slightly different. So, to win a Treble in that fashion, it felt a lot more rewarding given what I had gone through. [quote credit=”David Beckham”]Every game I played that season away from home, the abuse was like nothing I had experienced.[/quote] “The abuse continued for seasons after. But to be successful, at the end of a hard summer, meant more.” On May 16, United beat Arsenal to the Premier League crown by one point, with Beckham scoring in a 2-1 win over Tottenham. Next up they swatted aside Newcastle to win the FA Cup at Wembley. Then, on May 26, they came from behind to beat Bayern Munich 2-1 at the Nou Camp, thanks to late goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Beckham says it was the one match in his career where he experienced “butterflies” in his stomach. Speaking to OTRO.com, Beckham says he only calmed down once he spotted then-fiancee Victoria in the crowd. Beckham, 44, helped Manchester United win the Treble the season after the 1998 World Cup He said: “I’m not really a superstitious person but the one thing I like to know is my family are safe in the stadium. “I looked up and I could see my parents, I just couldn’t see Victoria. “Then, all of a sudden, my friend Dave Gardner walked in with Victoria and that’s when I relaxed and forgot all the nerves.” Bayern scored on six minutes through winger Mario Basler and could have easily doubled that advantage. Yet even though United were missing key players Roy Keane and Paul Scholes through suspension, Beckham had a feeling the match would swing in their favour once they equalised through Sheringham in stoppage-time. Beckham said: “Getting it back to 1-1 was a big moment. You start to think, ‘OK, prepare yourself for extra-time’. “But I knew that once we had that momentum, just like we had done in a few other games that season, like against Liverpool and Arsenal, all of a sudden the game changed. [article-rail-topic title=”LATEST MAN UTD NEWS” term_id=”1480″ posts_number=”6″ /] [pod_component pod_component_config_id=”20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h” pod_component_config_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-component-config-prod/20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h.json” pod_component_config_loader_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-loaders-prod/1.57.1/componentLoader.js?122286″ src=”https%3A%2F%2Fiframe.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-widgets-prod%2Fiframe-pod.html%3Fid%3D20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h%26script%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-loaders-prod%2F1.57.1%2FcomponentLoader.js%3F122286%26config%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-component-config-prod%2F20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h.json”] “I thought, ‘You know, there are still a few minutes left…’” And the rest is history. For all he has achieved, with United, England and European giants Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, Beckham says the ecstasy of winning the Champions League will remain in his heart. He added: “Nothing comes close to that feeling of winning a game of that magnitude.” Beckham is the current president of Inter Miami – who will play in MLS in 2020 [bc_video video_id=”6040223278001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Manchester United may already have a ready-made replacement for David De Gea in Dean Henderson”]
23 May 19
The Sun
DAVID BECKHAM says winning the Treble in 1999 with Manchester United was his most satisfying and emotional time after suffering nationwide abuse that season. He was football’s Public Enemy No 1 in 1998 after being sent off in England’s World Cup last-16 shootout defeat to Argentina in France. David Beckham has opened up on the abuse he got from fans after being sent off against Argentina at the 1998 World Cup After he was red-carded for lashing out at Argentina’s Diego Simeone, an effigy of Becks was hung outside a pub in Croydon and he was jeered at away games the next season. But Beckham had the last laugh, lifting the Premier League, FA Cup and Champions League trophies under Sir Alex Ferguson. The 44-year-old said: “The 1999 season was special for us as a club, and as individuals. “But for me and for my family, it was one of the most rewarding, one of the most emotional. “I had just come off the back of being sent off in the World Cup. Every game I played that season away from home, the abuse was like nothing I had experienced. “Every game I played at Old Trafford, I’d step over to take a corner, everyone stood up, clapped and sang my name. “Away from home, it was slightly different. So, to win a Treble in that fashion, it felt a lot more rewarding given what I had gone through. [quote credit=”David Beckham”]Every game I played that season away from home, the abuse was like nothing I had experienced.[/quote] “The abuse continued for seasons after. But to be successful, at the end of a hard summer, meant more.” On May 16, United beat Arsenal to the Premier League crown by one point, with Beckham scoring in a 2-1 win over Tottenham. Next up they swatted aside Newcastle to win the FA Cup at Wembley. Then, on May 26, they came from behind to beat Bayern Munich 2-1 at the Nou Camp, thanks to late goals from Teddy Sheringham and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Beckham says it was the one match in his career where he experienced “butterflies” in his stomach. Speaking to OTRO.com, Beckham says he only calmed down once he spotted then-fiancee Victoria in the crowd. Beckham, 44, helped Manchester United win the Treble the season after the 1998 World Cup He said: “I’m not really a superstitious person but the one thing I like to know is my family are safe in the stadium. “I looked up and I could see my parents, I just couldn’t see Victoria. “Then, all of a sudden, my friend Dave Gardner walked in with Victoria and that’s when I relaxed and forgot all the nerves.” Bayern scored on six minutes through winger Mario Basler and could have easily doubled that advantage. Yet even though United were missing key players Roy Keane and Paul Scholes through suspension, Beckham had a feeling the match would swing in their favour once they equalised through Sheringham in stoppage-time. Beckham said: “Getting it back to 1-1 was a big moment. You start to think, ‘OK, prepare yourself for extra-time’. “But I knew that once we had that momentum, just like we had done in a few other games that season, like against Liverpool and Arsenal, all of a sudden the game changed. [article-rail-topic title=”LATEST MAN UTD NEWS” term_id=”1480″ posts_number=”6″ /] [pod_component pod_component_config_id=”20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h” pod_component_config_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-component-config-prod/20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h.json” pod_component_config_loader_url=”https://www.thesun.co.uk/nu-sun-pod-loaders-prod/1.57.1/componentLoader.js?122286″ src=”https%3A%2F%2Fiframe.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-widgets-prod%2Fiframe-pod.html%3Fid%3D20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h%26script%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-loaders-prod%2F1.57.1%2FcomponentLoader.js%3F122286%26config%3Dhttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.thesun.co.uk%2Fnu-sun-pod-component-config-prod%2F20190515-carousel-YZiteIx4h.json”] “I thought, ‘You know, there are still a few minutes left…’” And the rest is history. For all he has achieved, with United, England and European giants Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, Beckham says the ecstasy of winning the Champions League will remain in his heart. He added: “Nothing comes close to that feeling of winning a game of that magnitude.” Beckham is the current president of Inter Miami – who will play in MLS in 2020 [bc_video video_id=”6040223278001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Manchester United may already have a ready-made replacement for David De Gea in Dean Henderson”]
23 May 19
News Archives Uk

Jose Mourinho does not want to be the next Juventus manager to be endorsed for the role by Cristiano Ronaldo., Sky Sports News understands. Manchester United manager Mourinho is out of the Serie A champions' price range. Ronaldo from Real Madrid last summer, according to Sky sources. 4:55 Jose Mourinho talks' special 'all-English finals exclusively […]

23 May 19
High Velocity Sport

Football gossip: Rodriguez, Sane, Asensio, Trippier, Lukaku https://bbc.in/2Hx9Jux Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal are all interested in signing 27-year-old Colombia playmaker James Rodriguez, who is not expected to stay at Bayern Munich after his loan deal from Real Madrid ends this summer. (Mirror) Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has confirmed the Bundesliga champions’ interest in […]

23 May 19
Archy Worldys

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer were at the French Open on Thursday in the same half of the draw, allowing the two long-time rivals to meet in the semi-finals. Second seed Nadal wins a twelfth title in Paris, while champions Federer, who was voted in 2009, joins the tournament again for the first time since […]

23 May 19
Down The Line

Four intriguing semifinals across Lyon and Geneva to take a look at; with these tournaments immediately preceding Roland Garros, it’s always tricky to know which players are motivated by what. Some, like Zverev and Delbonis, are here to build confidence and try to finally put together some form on the clay; Delbonis hadn’t won a […]

23 May 19
Ace Backwords Blog

Ace Backwords May 23, 2018 at 11:32 PM ·  Some people are ragging on me — unfairly in my opinion — for the “irresponsible” way that I’m dealing with the feral cats at my campsite. And I understand their complaints. For they’re inspired by their sincere love of cats. But this is the situation I’m dealing […]

23 May 19
SS NEWS

Reports: Real Madrid star threatens to leave club if Neymar arrives in the summer  FOX Sports Asia Neymar & Mbappe could leave PSG, hints Tuchel  Sportskeeda Real Madrid transfer news: Kylian Mbappe or Neymar? Vicente Del Bosque considers one too childish for Blancos  Goal Mbappe and the Brazilian clan’s privileges in Paris  MARCA.com Kylian Mbappe plays games with disabled […]

23 May 19
Berita Bola Indonesia

Kylian Mbappe membuka peluang pergi dari Paris Saint-Germain demi mendapatkan tanggung jawab yang besar. Sebuah sinyal besar untuk Real Madrid. Sumber : http://bit.ly/2JyZvw5 by 1xbet Indonesia

23 May 19
Radio Gyampa. com

Australian legend and the nation’s all-time highest goal scorer Tim Cahill says that Ronaldo deserves to win Ballon d’Or ahead of Messi. “The reason why I say Ronaldo, I know people won’t agree, is because of what he’s done in Juventus. “He left Real Madrid, went there and had such a massive impact on another […]

23 May 19
The Scottish Sun
MAURIZIO SARRI’S first season in English football looks decent. Third in the Premier League, securing a return to the Champions League, Carabao Cup finalists, plus the Europa League final against Arsenal to come. Petr Cech has intimated he expects Frank Lampard to return one day This being Chelsea, with their history of firing successful managers, Sarri knows he has come up short. If the cord is cut after Wednesday’s final in Baku, sympathy will be in short supply at Stamford Bridge. Many there would like to see this chaotic regime come to an abrupt end. The complaints box is filling up, with players and staff chuntering away in the background about Sarri’s repetitive methods. At Manchester City, when they were thumped 6-0 in February, the discontent between manager and players was highlighted when Sergio Aguero scored his hat-trick. One of Sarri’s analysts angrily slammed down his laptop lid and muttered a string of expletives about the players failing to grasp the science of Sarri-ball. Out on the grass at the training ground, where modern footballers feel they have a right to be entertained, they are bored rigid. NO MAUR? The daily moans and groans and gripes, with players happily passing on their frustrations, have reached record levels — even for Chelsea. It is a long way back for Sarri because respect between coach and dressing room was instantly shredded when he excluded Gary Cahill — Champions League winner in 2012 — from the first team. It has gone stale, with the whiff of baccy polluting the air whenever Sarri comes into contact with players, officials or staff. Chelsea have a lot to chew on. Sarri-ball, with its stodgy ideology and over-reliance on Jorginho, will never be popular down at Stamford Bridge. Keeping that lot sweet is never easy. They have made their feelings clear by singing “F*** Sarri-ball” and “We want Sarri out” at various stages of the season. Success in the Europa League — as Rafa Benitez discovered when his Blues beat Benfica in 2013 — is not enough to save a Chelsea manager. Others have gone the same way. Antonio Conte, who beat Manchester United in last season’s FA Cup final, was fired in pre-season. Carlo Ancelotti was bulleted a year after winning the Premier League and FA Cup Double in 2010. This being Chelsea, they do things different to most. HAZ TO GO? A sweeping new era is about to begin, with Chelsea preparing to recalibrate the first team to cope with the departure of Eden Hazard. The deal to sell the winger to Real Madrid after seven years in West London has already been done. Hazard made good on a promise to take Chelsea back to the Champions League and they have kept to their side of the bargain by allowing him to leave. He has done his bit. Next year a new Chelsea side will take shape, with Christian Pulisic a big part of their plans. They have limited transfer ambitions because they are in a plea-bargaining process with Fifa after being found guilty of 29 regulation breaches. Mistakes have been made elsewhere but it will be part of Petr Cech’s remit to make sure everything is above board when he takes up his new role. Cech, retiring from the sport after keeping goal for Arsenal in the Europa League final, is returning to Chelsea at executive level. He will play a big part in Sarri’s future, a persuasive figure in discussions with director Marina Granovskaia and Roman Abramovich. It does not take a genius to see Cech’s big pal is Frank Lampard, close friends after the success they shared together with the Blues. [article-rail-topic title=”latest chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”12″ /] If Lampard wins the play-off final against Aston Villa with Derby on Monday, it will be easy to champion this legendary figure in Chelsea history. Cech has intimated he expects Lampard to return one day, to walk through the main entrance at Stamford Bridge as manager. The way people are talking down there, it could come sooner than Sarri thinks. [bc_video video_id=”6039794439001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Maurizio Sarri slams reports that the Europa League final is a make-or-break match to decide his Chelsea future “]
23 May 19
The Irish Sun
MAURIZIO SARRI’S first season in English football looks decent. Third in the Premier League, securing a return to the Champions League, Carabao Cup finalists, plus the Europa League final against Arsenal to come. Petr Cech has intimated he expects Frank Lampard to return one day This being Chelsea, with their history of firing successful managers, Sarri knows he has come up short. If the cord is cut after Wednesday’s final in Baku, sympathy will be in short supply at Stamford Bridge. Many there would like to see this chaotic regime come to an abrupt end. The complaints box is filling up, with players and staff chuntering away in the background about Sarri’s repetitive methods. At Manchester City, when they were thumped 6-0 in February, the discontent between manager and players was highlighted when Sergio Aguero scored his hat-trick. One of Sarri’s analysts angrily slammed down his laptop lid and muttered a string of expletives about the players failing to grasp the science of Sarri-ball. Out on the grass at the training ground, where modern footballers feel they have a right to be entertained, they are bored rigid. NO MAUR? The daily moans and groans and gripes, with players happily passing on their frustrations, have reached record levels — even for Chelsea. It is a long way back for Sarri because respect between coach and dressing room was instantly shredded when he excluded Gary Cahill — Champions League winner in 2012 — from the first team. It has gone stale, with the whiff of baccy polluting the air whenever Sarri comes into contact with players, officials or staff. Chelsea have a lot to chew on. Sarri-ball, with its stodgy ideology and over-reliance on Jorginho, will never be popular down at Stamford Bridge. Keeping that lot sweet is never easy. They have made their feelings clear by singing “F*** Sarri-ball” and “We want Sarri out” at various stages of the season. Success in the Europa League — as Rafa Benitez discovered when his Blues beat Benfica in 2013 — is not enough to save a Chelsea manager. Others have gone the same way. Antonio Conte, who beat Manchester United in last season’s FA Cup final, was fired in pre-season. Carlo Ancelotti was bulleted a year after winning the Premier League and FA Cup Double in 2010. This being Chelsea, they do things different to most. HAZ TO GO? A sweeping new era is about to begin, with Chelsea preparing to recalibrate the first team to cope with the departure of Eden Hazard. The deal to sell the winger to Real Madrid after seven years in West London has already been done. Hazard made good on a promise to take Chelsea back to the Champions League and they have kept to their side of the bargain by allowing him to leave. He has done his bit. Next year a new Chelsea side will take shape, with Christian Pulisic a big part of their plans. They have limited transfer ambitions because they are in a plea-bargaining process with Fifa after being found guilty of 29 regulation breaches. Mistakes have been made elsewhere but it will be part of Petr Cech’s remit to make sure everything is above board when he takes up his new role. Cech, retiring from the sport after keeping goal for Arsenal in the Europa League final, is returning to Chelsea at executive level. He will play a big part in Sarri’s future, a persuasive figure in discussions with director Marina Granovskaia and Roman Abramovich. It does not take a genius to see Cech’s big pal is Frank Lampard, close friends after the success they shared together with the Blues. [article-rail-topic title=”latest chelsea news” term_id=”979″ posts_number=”12″ /] If Lampard wins the play-off final against Aston Villa with Derby on Monday, it will be easy to champion this legendary figure in Chelsea history. Cech has intimated he expects Lampard to return one day, to walk through the main entrance at Stamford Bridge as manager. The way people are talking down there, it could come sooner than Sarri thinks. [bc_video video_id=”6039794439001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Maurizio Sarri slams reports that the Europa League final is a make-or-break match to decide his Chelsea future “]