Former Arsenal defender Emmanuel Eboue believes that the Gunners need to recruit new defenders during the January transfer window. He said that the team needs reinforcement at the back and that this is an area of the team that needs significant investment.
He said that Arsenal has made some genuine progress since Unai Emery has taken over as the coach but he feels that they need to strengthen at the back. He said that the team has suffered numerous injuries in this department and that the manager should find a solution to help the team at the back.
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Rights group Amnesty International has fired a warning to FIFA, football’s governing body against their plans of expanding the Qatar 2022 World Cup to neighboring countries like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE), raising concerns over human rights in the Gulf nations, according to a British source.
In a statement to the British online publication, The Independent
on Saturday, the rights group based in the United Kingdom insists that any plans to expand the prestigious tournament, originally planned to be hosted by Qatar, must come with a call for both countries to improve their human rights records.
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Striker who burst on stage as a teenager in the Premier League has struggled to maintain the early heights, but has now had a chance in Greece. The former Manchester United star Federico Macheda has got the chance to revive his career by Panathinaikos. Italian striker Macheda performed on stage in stunning style when he scored a brilliant goal for his United debut as a teenager.
The Roman forward was just 17 get out of the bench to produce a moment of magic to turn his defender and rifled home a late winner in the Premier League clash with Aston Villa. He spent the next two years on the edge of the British troupe without being able to repeat the heroes whom the supporters hoped to have seen them pamper a new star of the future. The club sent him out on a number of pages at home and abroad to help him develop his game with regular first football.
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Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira has revealed the delight of working under new coach Michael Carrick. The former England international retired from the game following the Premier League closer against Watford last term and he has since joined Jose Mourinho’s backroom staff, where he has been offering pieces of advice.
Speaking to reporters, Pereira spoke positively about the influence of Carrick and said that the Englishman has helped him define the strengths and weaknesses to his game, he quipped: “He gives me advice all the time, he’s very good for me and always tells me what to do and helps me in training, if I do something wrong he tells me and even if I do something good he will tell me as well. He played in that exact same position, so it’s very easy to learn off him and if he tells you something it’s so easy to pick it up because you understand it straight away. So I’m very lucky he’s there for me.”
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Former Manchester United player Federico Macheda is seeking a fresh start as his deal with Italian side Novara Calcio 1908 ends on June 30, 2018. The player was condemned to playing with the Italian football outfit when he could not get any top club to employ him. Since Cardiff released the player following a loan spell at Nottingham Forest in 2016, Macheda has not been able to get a notable side to take a chance on him.
Macheda came through Manchester United’s youth system but he could not quite get a permanent shirt. He went on several loan spells that includes QPR, Stuggart, Doncaster Rovers and Birmingham before he left Old Trafford on a free deal to Cardiff.
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Germany’s coach Joachim Low said that he is disappointed with Germany’s elimination and that he takes full responsibility for what happened. He said that it has been a difficult tournament for the German side and that he is responsible for what happened.
Joachim Low said that they made a slow start to the tournament with a defeat against Mexico and that he was guilty to think that things will become better in the future. He said that normally teams get stronger as the tournament progress but that this has not been the case with Germany. Continue reading “Germany disappointed with result”
Nemanja Matic emerged the hero as Manchester United shocked Crystal Palace in an amazing comeback story at Selhurst Park. The Serbia international scored in the stoppage time to send United above Liverpool ahead of their forthcoming clash this weekend.
The former Chelsea man was slow in getting his first goal but he continued with his excellent defensive work in the middle for the Red Devils. His attempt came off the woodwork and entered the net after contact with Benfica goalkeeper Mile Svilar in the Champion League group stage game in October. Continue reading “Why Matic’s First Goal Is So Spectacular”
Federico Macheda says not listening to one piece of Sir Alex Ferguson advice turned out to be the worst mistake of his life. The Italian had the world at his feet when he scored against Aston Villa but it all went very wrong from then onwards.
In 2009, Federico Macheda scored a late goal in Man United’s 3-2 win over Aston Villa to put them top of the Premier League.
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Former Manchester United striker Frederico Macheda wants to resurrect his career. The striker is now playing in Italy second division with Novara and said that he is focused on securing a move to a bigger club.
The player was touted to become one of the best European players of his generation, but unfortunately, things have not been easy for him.
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Federico Macheda was always berememberedat Manchester United hero despitescoring just five goals for the Red Devils.He would always be remembered fondly by the goals at Old Trafford.
The striker rescued Man United with an amazing late winner when they defeated Aston Villa 3-2 back in 2009 which set the Red Devils
on the proper track to win the title ahead of dangerous rivals Liverpool.
A lot of fans expected Macheda to kick on and become the United’s striker for many years to come but the expectation was never fulfilled as the 25-year old, now at Italian club Novara Calcio, has admitted that his decision to irk Ferguson and snub a loan move within the Premier League eventually ‘ruined’ his bright football career.
“I had a few runs of games but I wanted to be featuring every week,” he told ESPN. “Ferguson wanted me to go on loan, I could foresee that was sensible. Many Premier League clubs bid for me including Everton and Sunderland but I preferred to play in Italy, in Serie A, any first team precisely.” Continue reading “Macheda AGREES HE IRKED FERGUSON”