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Sir Alex Ferguson has praised Manchester’s unity in the wake of Monday’s terrorist attack and underlined the significance of United’s Europa League success over Ajax. Manchester City and United have come together to pledge £1m to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund on a day the city prepared to offer up a defiant message that it is open for business. How Manchester United can be improved to compete with the elite Jamie Jackson Jamie Jackson Read more Both clubs pledged the sum to the Neftali Feliz Jersey fund which was set up to assist the families and dependants of the 22 people who died in the Manchester Arena terrorist attack, which also left 64 people injured, many of them critically. Ferguson paid tribute to the victims and thinks his former side’s 2-0 victory over Ajax in the final of the Europa League may have helped to raise spirits during a desperate week. He told Sky Sports News: “First of all, Manchester is a working class city and it has fantastic people there. They went through some difficult times in the past, they will get together because they’ve got a working class ethic about them and there’s a great unity there in the city. “I think United gave the city a lift and I think that was what it was about. We’re all proud of them, it was a great achievement.” While a number of sports have curtailed planned events in the wake of the Government’s decision to raise the national terror threat level to critical, organisers said Friday’s Great CityGames will go ahead as planned. Wayne Rooney: ‘I’ve made my mind up on my future and have lots of offers’ Read more The former Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford backed the decision to stage the event which will take place in a temporary arena in Albert Square, the scene of Tuesday’s emotional vigil for those who were killed and injured in the attack. Rutherford said: “After such a tragic and heinous event, I think it’s important that everybody comes together and shows it’s not going to stop people leading a normal life. “That seems to be the overriding sense from everybody here. I think it’s wonderful that it’s still going ahead and I hope it will be a lovely tribute to those who lost their lives and those injured in the attack. “I think it will be amazing to see the people come out and get behind the event, not just for the sport but to show they’re not going to let the terrorists win.” Meanwhile, the Great Manchester Run will also take place on Sunday. More than 35,000 are scheduled to take part, with organisers saying they had to turn away thousands of new applications this weekFor Liverpool it was meant to be a celebration of the season just finished; for Sydney FC, a club also with good cause for celebration after their title-winning campaign, it was a chance to prove themselves against a grand old European club – albeit one that was tired, jet-lagged and understrength. At the end of a predictably pedestrian close-season match in the harbour city, it was the visitors who most fulfilled their pre-match aspirations in a comfortable 3-0 win, much to the delight of the heavily pro-Liverpool crowd, after goals by Daniel Sturridge, Alberto Moreno and Roberto Firmino set up the mother of all smash and grabs. Jürgen Klopp demands consistent Champions League spot for Liverpool Read more Liverpool will turn round their post-season trip to Australia in devastatingly quick, and possibly unprecedented, fashion: in not much longer than it takes to say “veni, vidi, vici”, Liverpool came on Wednesday morning, saw the Opera House, signed some autographs in the afternoon, and conquered Sydney in the evening. Having secured their place in next season’s Champions League just on Sunday, Jürgen Klopp’s side will return to Liverpool on Thursday evening, having made their mark on Australia once again in just 36 hours – and banked a presumably sizeable cheque for their efforts. “That was the most intense away game I’ve ever had,” said Klopp. “I’ve no idea how the players did it. Obviously they’ve enjoyed it.” When asked what the players’ response was on being told they were expected to travel to the other side of the world at the end of a long, hard campaign, Klopp added: “Because I’m the boss, they were not too critical but I could see in their eyes they would have done different things.” Few in the crowd were here to watch the A-League champions, who had to settle for the role of bridesmaids, two weeks after they were headlining in their grand final win over Melbourne Victory. Make no mistake, this was a night all about Liverpool, from the rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone and the massive club badge in the centre circle before the game to the rousing reception given to veteran call-ups Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher on their substitution moments into the second half. That pair were replaced by Steve McManaman and Daniel Agger, a sepia-tinged change that only added to the festival atmosphere. The massed ranks in the stands at ANZ Stadium – some 72,892 of them – wore red almost as one; they were entirely united in standing together before kick-off as both sides paused for reflection with their heads bowed to pay tribute to the victims of the Manchester Arena attack, half a world Jeff Zatkoff Authentic Jersey away but still keenly felt here. Missing stars Philippe Coutinho and Emre Can, who didn’t make the trip, and with James Milner, Nathanial Clyne and Georginio Wijnaldum not named in the squad, Liverpool fielded just three of their 11 starters who beat Middlesbrough in the Premier League on Sunday – Dejan Lovren, Firmino and SturridgeSydney FC, missing their own star man, Milo? Ninkovi?, plus Jordy Bjuis, Bernie Ibini and the departed Filip Holo?ko, otherwise put out a strong team. Nevertheless, there is no hiding the clear gulf in class between any team in England’s top flight and one from the A-League, even on a night like this. With the likes of Firmino showing early flashes of class and Gerrard turning back the clock with the odd touch that made the crowd swoon, Liverpool dominated the early stages. Sturridge, whose future is likely to dominate headlines over the UK summer, also shone early and it was he who opened the scoring on seven minutes, having turned Alex Wilkinson inside out before finding the bottom corner. together with the Liverpool supporters
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Petr Cech has been dropped by Arsène Wenger for the FA Cup final against Chelsea Walt Weiss Authentic Jersey on Saturday and David Ospina will make a surprise start in goal. Cech is devastated by the decision. It was thought that he suffered a slight knock in training but he is now ready to take his place on the bench. Wenger has had to mix and match at the back in the face of selection problems and he will ask Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who is fit again after hamstring trouble, to step in at left wing-back in his 3-4-2-1 formation. Hector Bellerín will continue at right wing-back. The left-back, Kieran Gibbs, has been struggling with a thigh problem. Wenger’s major doubt concerns Shkodran Mustafi, who suffered a concussion in the Premier League win at home to Sunderland, and the centre-half is not expected to be fit for Wembley. Two other centre-backs – Laurent Koscielny and Gabriel Paulista – are out through suspension and knee ligament damage respectively, so Wenger is set to turn to Per Mertesacker in the position. Mertesacker returned to action as a substitute in the home win over Everton on Sunday after nearly 13 months out with a knee injury. Mertesacker said he has “never played in a back three”. He added: “When I was young, I started in a back four and that was my position from then on for the last 15 years. Everyone starts from zero with that new system. “Am I able to play for 90 minutes? I cannot tell you. I haven’t played this year. But I have done this for 15 years, so I expect myself to be absolutely ready, no matter what comes. I am going to go for it. I owe it to this team and this club. I want to make sure I will be ready and my mind-set is 120 minutes, plus penalties.” Wenger had suggested on Wednesday that he would start with Cech over Ospina, despite having favoured his back-up goalkeeper on FA Cup runs. Ospina played in all eight of Arsenal’s Champions League ties this season, plus the first three rounds of the FA Cup. Wenger stressed that Cech, his No1, had started in the semi-final win over Manchester City last month. “Will Cech play against Chelsea? It is possible,” Wenger said. “We will see.” Ospina, who is expected to leave the club in the summer, now has his chanceCan the A-League learn anything from the US experience with MLS? Read more Firmino stamped his authority on the game 11 minutes later with a beautifully judged dink over the top of a static Sydney backline and Moreno finished with aplomb, volleying neatly past Danny Vukovic. Sturridge was again at the heart of the action on 39 minutes, crossing for Firmino to get the final touch as Wilkinson floundered while the best Sydney could muster was an effort from David Carney – who started his professional career on Merseyside, on the other side of Stanley Park on Everton’s books – that cannoned off the woodwork on the stroke of half-time. Gerrard was denied a penalty – and presumably the chance to take it himself – just before half-time, much to the annoyance of the crowd and, as the sides came off, Klopp berated the official. It was difficult to tell whether his anger was genuine or if he was playing up to the crowd. Advertisement The inevitable raft of changes came at the break as both teams used the match to hand out a bit of experience to younger members of their squads, and the flow of the game suffered, to the extent that a Mexican wave and a hail of paper aeroplanes thrown towards the pitch from the bleachers generated the biggest cheers of the second half until Ben Woodburn almost delivered a fourth goal for Liverpool with a mazy solo run and shot. That was to be the last of the meaningful action, but the crowd did not go home disappointed. Nor did Klopp, who indicated afterwards the long journey was a worthwhile exercise, if not for football reasons, but at least to reach out to the club’s global fan base. “We are here to show ourselves, the club, Liverpool FC,” he said. “We’re really thankful Sydney FC gave us the opportunity two weeks after their Jonathan Stewart Womens Jersey season [ended]. We’re really thankful for the support. That’s why we’re here. We could have done other things, we could have been already on holiday but we came here because we wanted to be
yehongkun362330 May 26 · Tags: jersey
As he stands on the verge of history, Brendan Rodgers has urged Sunderland to move for Derek McInnes, the key figure standing between Celtic and that unprecedentedNick Holden Jersey achievement. Should Celtic see off Aberdeen in Saturday’s Scottish Cup final, they would complete an unbeaten domestic season and trophy treble. Intriguingly, Rodgers used his pre-match media duties to speak effusively of McInnes, the Aberdeen manager who features on the list of candidates to replace David Moyes at the Stadium of Light. A historic connection to the Sunderland chief executive, Martin Bain, is pertinent with regards to McInnes, as is a relatively paltry compensation payment in the region of £500,000. Celtic and Callum McGregor outclass Rangers in Scottish Cup semi-final Read more “I saw that [link] during the week and I think he is absolutely perfect for it,” said Rodgers. “It’s a big club that has had a change and now needs someone who can go in there and who can organise, someone who has been at a big club and Derek has been at big clubs. “He has been down in England and had a difficult time so he gets that and he has done a great job with Aberdeen, which is a big job. “He would go in, give them a bit of life, get them organised. He knows the game, he can engage with players, he can motivate players. “The Championship is a tough league. I got promoted there with Swansea and it is 46 games of graft and work and commitment. It would be brilliant for him if that is what he wanted to do and certainly a club of that magnitude – it is a big club, Sunderland – and for me he would be perfect.” The difficult time to which Rodgers referred was at Bristol City, who sacked McInnes in January 2013. The former Rangers and West Bromwich Albion midfielder has aspirations to return to England at some stage. However on Friday McInnes played down a switch to the Stadium of Light. “It hasn’t been a distraction,” he said. “I’m protective of my own career. There have been opportunities to move in the past but I have never been in any real rush to leave Aberdeen. Hibs heartache as Darren McGregor own goal puts Aberdeen into Cup final Read more “If we continue to do our jobs well there may be opportunities in the future, but a lot of things would have to be right for me to consider leaving. I made a bad decision leaving St Johnstone for Bristol City.” The immediate task in hand relates to whether Aberdeen, who have been beaten five times by Celtic this season, including the League Cup final, which they lost 3-0, can prevent Rodgers from becoming the third manager in his club’s history to deliver a treble. “I don’t think so much about that,” said Rodgers. “I’ll think about it after, if it happens. If it does, great. If it doesn’t, it’s OK, I’ve done my best. We’ll go again next year and try to do the same thing. History always judges you as a manager and a player. I just hope in my time here, this season and beyond, I can do my very best. “It has been a brilliant season, no matter what the result is. The whole club is very much going in the same direction.” Rodgers has added the fit-again Moussa Dembélé to his squad, the French striker having recovered from the hamstring injury picked up in the semi-final win over C.J. Watson Youth Jersey Rangers. The likelihood, though, is that the in-form Leigh Griffiths will start in attack
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Garry Monk’s Elland Road departure has sparked an early post-season scramble for his Matt Bosher Authentic Jersey services after the former Swansea City manager resigned just two days after Andrea Radrizzani completed his takeover of Leeds United. Monk, who was appointed head coach on a rolling 12-month contract only last June, tendered his resignation before Leeds activated a clause allowing them to extend his stay until the end of next season. The 38-year-old quit with several Premier League clubs and newly relegated sides seeking a manager but his contractual situation at Elland Road is also understood to have influenced his decision. Monk is now scheduled to speak to Middlesbrough, who had been very close to appointing Nigel Pearson. However, with Crystal Palace, Watford and the recently relegated pair of Sunderland and Hull City also on the look-out for new managers, Monk will top many of those shortlists. The former Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka is an early favourite for the Leeds post. Victor Orta, former head of recruitment at the Riverside under Karanka, has been targeted for a technical director’s role at Elland Road. Radrizzani, an Italian businessman, completed his buy-out of Massimo Cellino only on Tuesday. He immediately signalled his intention to activate the 12-month option in Monk’s rolling contract but the former Swansea City manager wanted a new, longer-term deal. In a statement, however, Leeds claimed Monk’s head had been turned before a meeting with Radrizzani on Wednesday and the new owner insisted a long-term contract was an option. Radrizzani tweeted: “Shocking news from GM. We were keen to do 3 years deal. We never receive any request from him and his agent. No regrets, we did our best.” Leeds had previously stated: “We are shocked and disappointed by Garry’s decision but his resignation has been reluctantly accepted by chairman Andrea Radrizzani. Andrea made it clear to the media yesterday that his intention was to exercise the club’s option to extended the manager’s contract for another 12 months and immediately begin negotiations for a longer-term deal. Norwich appoint Daniel Farke as head coach on two-year contract Read more “Mr Radrizzani has met with Garry twice since taking over at Elland Road earlier this week and during the second meeting yesterday it became clear that Garry was considering life beyond Leeds United as at no time did Garry wish to discuss terms for a longer contract. Following that meeting yesterday Garry’s agent requested that the option was not exercised and his resignation was received this morning.” Monk brought a period of relative stability to Leeds amid the turbulence of the Cellino era and was the first head coach in three years to serve a full season at Elland Road. He led the team to their highest league finish since 2011 and spent most of the Championship campaign challenging for the play-offs until a poor late run ended their prospects of promotion. Despite a sequence of one win in the final eight matches, Leeds’s new owner was keen to continue with Monk but must now begin the search for the club’s seventh managerial appointment in three years. Monk tweeted a statement which read: “My intention was always to remain at Leeds and I saw myself at this fantastic club for many years to come. However, ultimately, no agreement could be reached.” Monk, who spent 10 years as a player at Swansea before taking over as manager in February 2014, leaves Leeds without compensation and is available to take another job immediately. He won 48% of his league games in charge, the fifth-highest percentage in the club’s history. The Leeds statement added: “Whilst we are deeply saddened by Garry’s decision, there is no individual bigger than our club and we will now begin a process to identify and appoint a new head coach to take the club to the next level. We thank Garry for his contribution during his time at Leeds Scott Simonson Authentic Jersey United, we are disappointed that we could not continue on this journey together
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A new thread in the web of corruption investigations around Brazil’s president, Michel Temer, was Adidas Jussi Jokinen Authentic Jersey revealed on Tuesday when police arrested a close aide for an alleged kickback scheme involving the World Cup stadium in Brasilia. Brazil: explosive recordings implicate President Michel Temer in bribery Read more Tadeu Filippelli, a former vice-governor of the capital and cabinet adviser, was among three senior politicians detained by police during morning raids. The suspects are accused of deliberately inflating the cost of the Mane Garrincha stadium in return for bribes from the construction company. The venue – which was used in the quarter-final and third-placed play-off of the 2014 tournament – was initially budgeted at $180m, but ended up costing $454m. After Wembley, it is the second most expensive football stadium in the world, but the 72,800 seats are almost never filled because Brasilia has no top-tier football club. Last year, the spectacular edifice was used as a bus depot. Temer’s office said Filippelli was dismissed from his post as soon as the charges were made public. But the arrest adds to the pressure on the embattled president, who was formally accused by the attorney general last week of obstructing justice and corruption related to the sprawling graft schemes at major companies uncovered by the Lava Jato (Car Wash) investigation. A secret tape recording released last week appears to show Temer condoning hush money pay-offs to the jailed former house speaker, Eduardo Cunha. It was part of a plea bargain by the heads of the meat-packing company JBS, who also provided evidence of bribery that prompted the supreme court to suspend another of Temer’s aides in Congress, Rocha Loures, and one of his most powerful coalition allies, the senator and former presidential candidate Aecio Neves. Eight members of the cabinet are also being investigated for alleged graft related to the state-run oil company Petrobras and the construction company Odebrecht. Brazil woman got longer jail term for Easter egg theft than corruption culprits Read more Temer has denied the accusations and refused to step down. “I won’t resign. Oust me if you want,” he said in an interview with Brazil’s Folha de S?o Paulo newspaper on Monday. At least nine impeachment motions have been submitted against him in Congress, including one by the Bar Association. The president’s approval ratings have fallen into single digits. The Brazilian public has long complained of corruption and wasteful public spending. In 2013, millions took to the streets to vent their frustrations about dire governance, focusing largely on the squandering of money on World Cup stadiums that were overpriced and unlikely to be well used after the tournament. Their worst fears have been confirmed by recent testimonies from Odebrecht construction executives, who revealed that renovation costs for at least five World Rollie Fingers Jersey Cup venues were artificially inflated to generate kickbacks to politicians
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onsidering Sam Allardyce did not actually win a great deal, he unquestionably overachieved in his managerial career, taking his knowhow into a number of difficult situations and always coming out on the credit side of the ledger.

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English football will be a quieter and less colourful place without him, though precisely because Allardyce projected his personality on the game so forcefully – he even managed to be too large and unshushable for the England job – few will readily believe the professional game has seen the last of him. This is not to suggest he cannot do without football, or that he will forever be unable to resist one more challenge or pension boost in the manner of Harry Redknapp or Neil Warnock. Those two are operating at a lower level, which is fair enough, but though Birmingham City and Cardiff City have been glad of their services there is more than a suspicion that neither could quite cut it in the Premier League any more. Allardyce still can, he has proved it in each of the last two seasons, and it is unusual to see a manager step down when he still has viable employment options at the highest level. Crystal Palace target Marco Silva after manager’s move to Porto recedes Read more So while the retiring Crystal Palace manager has probably thought this through carefully, and no doubt intends to take stock of his life, enjoy a bit of travelling and spend more time with his grandchildren, the real test of his resolve will not arrive this summer but most likely in about six or seven months, when some club desperate not to drop out of the Premier League sack their manager and look around for a short-term but sure solution. The money on offer would be more Adidas Gabriel Landeskog Youth Jersey than tempting, and after his results at Sunderland and Palace in the past couple of years, not to mention the endorsements from grateful Selhurst Park staff still ringing in his ears at the moment, Allardyce is the firefighter to whom most would turn first. So much so, in fact, that Fireman Sam could easily make a new career out of stepping in after Christmas and rescuing clubs from sinking into the Championship. Given that three or four usually know they are in trouble by that stage of the season there could even be an annual race for his services. Sky Sports could incorporate an extra window or breaking news ticker into its coverage of the January transfer business to indicate which club has made the first panic phone call to the Allardyce household. After spending a few months out of the game, aware that too long a break can leave even the best managers out of touch and rusty, Allardyce would have to make an even bigger decision than the one he has just made once the phone begins to ring. It is one thing to say you need a rest, quite another to resist the blandishments of a Premier League club offering the earth in return for a few months’ workAllardyce may be re-energised by cutting his workload to three or four months a year through turning up at a different club each season. He would then be off the 24/7 managerial treadmill for most of the year and free to enjoy the best of both worlds, except there are usually reasons why clubs find themselves in trouble near the bottom of the table, and after his experiences with owners at Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers and Sunderland (all of whom suffered relegation after he left them) Allardyce may view a succession of ill-run and ailing clubs as an unpromising scenario.

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In which case, but of course, he could try that other three-months-a-year option – managing a national side. Whichever way you look at it this makes sense. Allardyce was all for it less than a year ago. He has probably burned his boats with England, but as manager of Scotland or Wales he could still see a lot of the grandkids and never have to worry about owners or relegation again. This may not be as far-fetched as it sounds. Allardyce’s parents were Scottish, and if David Moyes is being touted as a possible Scotland manager, based on what he has achieved over the last two or three seasons, why would the Scottish FA not consider an available candidate with a significantly better record? Sam Allardyce quits Crystal Adidas Jason Demers Authentic Jersey Palace and ‘has no ambitions to take another job’ Read more Wales is not as daft as it sounds either, given that Chris Coleman is at short odds to succeed Allardyce at Palace. Allardyce is from Dudley, the Wales captain, Ashley Williams, is from Wolverhampton, so what’s the difference? Allardyce could just swap jobs with Coleman and everyone would be happy, though if he fancies a complete break from Premier League football he could always look further afield. Australia may be a good fit, or there is usually a team from Africa that need knocking into shape before a World Cup, though with all the travelling Allardyce may find the family time being compromised again. China should probably be ruled out for the same reason, whatever the financial incentives, yet were Allardyce to get an offer from the country paying Carlos Tevez a couple of million a month he would find it hard not to at least listen. It all depends on whether he is fed up with football, or just Premier League football. If he can still bear to take in a match or two a week a full-time career in punditry presents itself. Based on his hostile reaction to the idea of a diving panel last week he could plough a Fred Trueman/Geoffrey Boycott-style furrow as a no-nonsense northern type fundamentally opposed to innovation or anything considered fleeting or flash. Allardyce is not really a northerner, despite his affinity for Bolton, and neither is he actually opposed to innovation. Quite the opposite, in fact. He was one of the first coaches to see the usefulness of technology and statistical analysis. Though easily caricatured as gruff and unsophisticated, he is actually quite good with words too. He says he has no ambitions to take another job. That may be true, but it also leaves the door open. He has probably not stopped being ambitious. Saying no to what turns up next will be the difficult part
yehongkun362330 May 25 · Tags: jersey
Arsène Wenger has hinted that Petr Cech will start in goal for Arsenal in Saturday’s FA Cup final against Chelsea rather than David Ospina and the manager admitted Kieran Gibbs was an injury doubt, deepening his defensive selection crisis.

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Wenger played Ospina, his second-choice goalkeeper, in all eight of the club’s Champions League ties this season, plus the early rounds of the FA Cup. But he went with Cech for the quarter-final against Lincoln City and the semi-final against Manchester City and he is expected to persist with the 35-year-old to face his former club at Wembley. Ospina’s longer-term future at Arsenal is in doubt. The Colombia international has had enough with being a substitute for the majority of his three years at the club. Wenger has previously favoured his back-up goalkeeper on FA Cup runs. In 2013-14 he played Lukasz Fabianski in every round, ahead of Wojciech Szczesny, as Arsenal won the trophy and in 2014-15 he relied upon Szczesny from the fourth round onwards after Szczesny had been displaced by Ospina as the No1. Arsenal again won the trophy. This time, though, it would be a surprise if he did not pick Cech. Call him what you want at Arsenal – investor, owner, leech – Stan Kroenke is staying put David Conn David Conn Read more When it was put to Wenger that he had usually gone with Ospina in the cup competitions this season, he replied: “No. In the semi-final [against City], Cech played. Will Cech play against Chelsea? It is possible. We will see.” Wenger’s problems in defence have been triggered by Shkodran Mustafi’s struggles to overcome the concussion he suffered in the home win over Sunderland on Tuesday of last week and Gibbs’s thigh injury, which ruled him out of the home win against Everton on Sunday. Wenger said that Gibbs had been unable to train this week. The manager has ruled out Gabriel Paulista until August with the medial knee ligament injury suffered against Everton and Laurent Koscielny is suspended after being sent off in the same fixture. Call him what you want at Arsenal – investor, owner, leech – Stan Kroenke is staying put David Conn David Conn Read more The positives on the fitness front are that Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is back in training after a hamstring problem and is in contention to feature in the final and that Alexis Sánchez, who has carried a thigh injury, should also be OK. Mustafi was forced to sit out the Everton game and he has reported dizziness when he has attempted to run in training. Wenger said that the Germany centre-half had not been able to train properly which, with the final so close and in light of the Football Association’s strict guidelines on when a player can return from a head injury, is not a good sign. Mustafi was asked day morning whether he would be clear to play at Wembley. He did not Authentic Bill Russell Womens Jerseybreak stride and made no comment. Wenger said that he would have to consider whether to revert to a flat back four against Chelsea because of his lack of central defensive numbers and so move away from the 3-4-2-1 formation with which he has enjoyed successes over recent weeks. Advertisement

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If Mustafi, as expected, does not make it and Wenger were to stick with his back three, he would most likely have to start with Per Mertesacker, who played his first football in 13 months as a 53rd-minute substitute against Everton. Mertesacker has been out with knee trouble. Either Oxlade-Chamberlain or Héctor Bellerín could be asked to fill in at left wing-back in place of Gibbs, with the other one playing on the right. “We still have some worries about Mustafi,” Wenger said. “He’s still sick at the moment and has not trained yet. Will he play? I don’t know. I have to listen to medical people. “Gabriel is out for six to eight weeks. We had a scare about his cruciate but it’s only a medial knee ligament, so the positive is that he avoids surgery. He’s out until the beginning of August now, certainly. “It just shows you how unpredictable football can be because we played at home against Everton, your mind is on attacking and, on the day, we lost two centre-backs [Gabriel and Koscielny]. It’s absolutely unbelievable and unpredictable, and we have been hit hard in a position where we will need to be strong on Saturday. The Dozen's dozen: our pick of this season's best Premier League photos View gallery “We’ll have to find solutions and, hopefully, I will find the good solutions. I have until Saturday to decide [about a formation change]. We’ll Luis Sardinas Jersey test that in training until Saturday. “Alexis is all right. He needs to go through some tests at the moment and we’ll see how well he comes out of that. Knowing the player, knowing his character and knowing his commitment for the club, which I don’t question at all, he’ll do absolutely everything to be fit for Saturday. Chamberlain is in contention because he’s back in training.” On Mertesacker, Wenger added: “He has the leadership qualities. It depends a little bit on the system I will go for. He has not played 90 minutes for a long time
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Chelsea have cancelled Sunday’s planned victory parade, designed to celebrate their Premier League title success, after taking security advice in the wake of the terror attack in Manchester. The champions will wear black armbands when facing Arsenal in Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley, an occasion that will take place amid heightened security with the government having raised the terror threat level to “critical” after the attack at the Manchester Arena. Chelsea had intended to conduct an open-top bus parade in south-west London but, after lengthy consultations with the Metropolitan police, local councils and other authorities, have opted to cancel it. The club, who are to make a donation to a fund supporting victims of the atrocity, have sent condolences to those affected in Manchester, with those sentiments echoed by their England defender Gary Cahill. “It’s important to show our respect and send our condolences to the families that have been affected in Manchester,” said the Chelsea captain, whose family will be in attendance at Wembley. “We’ve all got families, so I can’t imagine how they’re feeling right now. I have lived close to Manchester, it’s a great city, and I’m sure they’ll pull together. “With the game, it’s difficult. There’s an element of trying to live your life in a normal way. Everyone speaks about trying to make sure it doesn’t affect you but it’s impacted everyone in England, especially the families. It’s a tragedy, like when we played [for the national team] at Wembley after the bombings in Paris. It’s horrible. We send our best wishes to everyone involved and I’m sure the security will be top drawer at Wembley on Saturday. We’re going to try to enjoy it as much as we can. “I try not to worry. I’m sure there’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes we don’t know about but it’s very difficult to stop absolutely everything. These aren’t normal situations. When you see these things happen around the world it has a huge impact but when it happens in your own country it’s even more devastating. You can’t let it affect everything you do in your life. We have to pull to together as a country.” Advertisement Chelsea said they felt a parade would be “inappropriate” in light of the tragic events in Manchester. “Given the heightened security threat and recognising that this is a developing situation, we have given this careful consideration,” said a spokesman. “We strongly believe, in the interests of everyone, this is the correct course of action. “We know the emergency services would have been as professional as ever but we would not want in any way to divert important resources by holding an additional, non-ticketed event on the streets of London.” The club’s player of the year awards night, a ticketed event scheduled for Sunday, will still take place as it is confined to a single area of the venue Battersea Evolution. Arsenal, seeking a third FA Cup success in four years, have cancelled their screening of the final at the Emirates Stadium. “Should the team win Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley, we can also confirm that a victory parade will not take place,” they said in a statement. “We did not want to place any additional pressure on police and security services at this time and CELTlcS Youth Jersey have been working closely with them ahead of making this decision
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Ivanka Trump, the former model and presidential adviser, mistook a picture of a revered Italian footballer for a saint during a recent night out in Rome. The first daughter was dining with her husband, Jared Kushner, at Le Cave di Sant’Ignazio on Tuesday night when she spotted a picture of former Dylan Bundy Jersey Lazio star Giorgio Chinaglia – standing on a pitch, his arms stretched out to the heavens – and asked: “Which saint is that?”

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The large photograph of Chinaglia was nestled between a crucifix and a picture of Padre Pio, a saint who is revered in Rome. “We explained to her that it was not a saint but a great Lazio player,” Luigina Pantalone, one of the restaurant owners, told Ansa. The episode was confirmed by the Guardian. Everton have held talks with Cuco Martina over signing the Southampton defender on a free transfer. The 27-year-old is out of contract at St Mary’s Stadium this month and open to a move having failed to secure a regular place in Claude Puel’s team this season, making only 18 appearances in all competitions. Ronald Koeman ‘not confident’ Ross Barkley will stay at Everton next season Read more Ronald Koeman, who worked with the Dutch defender at Southampton and considered an approach for the former FC Twente player last year, wants cover at right-back because of Seamus Coleman’s long-term injury. Coleman will be absent when next season begins as he recovers from a double leg fracture. Mason Holgate deputised for the Republic of Ireland captain last term and Everton also have Jonjoe Kenny emerging through the ranks, with the full-back impressing in the under-23s Premier League Two title win. But Koeman believes more experience is needed and Martina’s ability to also play in central defence make him an appealing option on a free Is it pizza? No, it's potica: the pope gives Melania Trump food for thought Read more “It was an honour to serve such a figure in our restaurant,” Pantalone added. Any embarrassment did not last long. The couple’s party reportedly feasted on bruschette and cacio e pepe – a typical Roman pasta dish made with pecorino cheese – as well as ravioli, gnocchi and grilled shrimp. Chinaglia died of a heart attack in 2012 at the age of 65. The Italian striker was loved not only in Italy but also in the US, where he played alongside Pelé and Franz Beckenbauer in the North American Soccer League.

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Trump may have had God on her mind while in Rome. The next morning, she arrived at the Vatican for a meeting with Pope FrancisEverton have held talks with Cuco Martina over signing the Southampton defender on a free transfer. The 27-year-old is out of contract at St Mary’s Stadium this month and open to a move having failed to secure a regular place in Claude Puel’s team this season, making only 18 appearances in all competitions. Ronald Koeman ‘not confident’ Ross Barkley will stay at Everton next season Read more Ronald Koeman, who worked with the Dutch defender at Southampton and considered an approach for the former FC Twente player last year, wants cover at right-back because of Seamus Coleman’s long-term injury. Coleman will be absent when next season begins as he recovers from a double leg fracture. Mason Holgate deputised for the Republic of Ireland captain last term Kyle Seager Authentic Jersey and Everton also have Jonjoe Kenny emerging through the ranks, with the full-back impressing in the under-23s Premier League Two title win. But Koeman believes more experience is needed and Martina’s ability to also play in central defence make him an appealing option on a fre
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There was a moment at the final whistle when José Mourinho went looking for Jonathan Villar Authentic Jersey someone. This match had come to mean so much to Manchester United that three of his injured players – Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly – had just attempted to sprint to the centre-circle on crutches. Then Mourinho saw his son, the modestly named José Jr, and suddenly man and boy were rolling around the pitch. These were euphoric scenes and though it has been a harrowing few days, the celebrations at the end went a long way to answering the question about whether a football team from Manchester can consider this a happy ending to the season. Mourinho could even be seen kissing a trophy he once felt was beneath him. It completes the set for United, the only trophy they had never won before, and changes the complexion of how their season will be remembered. Mourinho has won 12 of his 14 finals as a manager and two in one season is more than some of United’s rivals have managed in the past decade. He even tried to make a case it was even more, telling his players not to forget the Community Shield and instructing them to hold up three fingers as they waited to lift their latest prize. Manchester United keep focus to claim Europa League on emotional night Jamie Jackson at the Friends Arena Read more It also means United will return to the Champions League next season but, more than anything perhaps, it also presented an opportunity to dedicate the prize to their city. Manchester will not be healed by the loud, defiant songs and, yes, it was supposed to be a minute’s silence before the match rather than another opportunity to applaud and sing. In its own small way, however, there was still something deeply moving, uplifting even, about those chants, over and again, in honour of the city. “Manchester, Manchester, Manchester,” they sang. The backdrop to this final had been difficult in the extreme but, as Mourinho had stated, United had a job to do and they went about it with all the qualities that would usually be associated with one of his teams. Granted, that does not mean the exhilarating football of the great United sides, leaving the Ajax coach, Peter Bosz, to make a number of pithy remarks about long-ball tactics and the difference in terms of size and physicality. That, however, seems like a debate for another day bearing in mind everything that happened in Manchester on Monday. “We want to dedicate it to all the victims,” Ander Herrera said. “The manager told us the only we could do was win it for them.” ‘We won it for Manchester’ – Paul Pogba dedicates victory to attack victims Read more It culminated with Wayne Rooney running on as a last-minute substitute so he was in place to lift the trophy that had come their way because of the goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan. If this was Rooney’s goodbye it was a nice way to go and none of those players cavorting about the pitch will care that Bosz called it a “boring game”. Mourinho made his own point. “There are many poets in football,” he said. “But poets – they don’t win many titles.” The only downsides came with the conduct of the Ajax fans who tore up seats at the final whistle and Herrera’s attempt to get an opponent sent off by pretending he had been felled by a headbutt. That apart, United can reflect on a hugely satisfactory night and Mourinho can hardly be blamed for taking advantage of the fact he had the bigger players. United’s second goal was the case in point. Marouane Fellaini, such a difficult, awkward opponent, could not reach Juan Mata’s corner but his presence alone unsettled Ajax’s defenders. Chris Smalling was behind him to head the ball into the six-yard area and Mkhitaryan hooked in a clever, improvisational finishAjax’s starting line-up had an average age of 22 years Authentic Jacob deGrom Womens Jersey and 282 days, including six players of 21 or younger, with a 17-year-old in the centre of defence. What they did not have was big-match experience and their teenage striker, Kasper Dolberg, identified beforehand as one of their main dangers, lasted just over an hour before being substituted. As Posz admitted: “These young kids are not used to playing in finals.” With the exception of Marcus Rashford, the same could not be said of the winning team and, crucially, United had luck on their side too
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