Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Real Madrid against Liverpool without Bale

Real Madrid has confirmed that Gareth Bale will not play in the upcoming Match against Liverpool on Wednesday because of his hip injury. It’s not only Bale whose absence will be there in the match but Sergio Ramos too due to his calf injury.

Both the players are on rest in hope of full recovery for this coming Saturday’s Clasico at home to Barcelona.

A statement on the club’s website read: “After tests carried out on Gareth Bale by the Real Madrid Sanitas medical services, he has been diagnosed with a muscular injury in the right pyramidalis muscle. His progress will be monitored.”

Bale
Ramos, meanwhile, missed Spain’s internationals due to the injury and also played no part in the Blancos’ 5-0 victory at the weekend which puts him in a doubt to play in Clasico.

Bale’s spot is expected to be filled by Isco while Nacho fills in for Ramos. Karim Benzema is back in the 20-man squad of Real Madrid having been rested with a foot injury against Levante and is expected to step back into the XI at the expense of on-loan forward Javier Hernandez.

Madrid will be defending their 100% record in Champions League Group B at Liverpool, who have won one and lost one so far.

Luis Suarez: Messi is better than Ronaldo

Barcelona attacker and Uruguayan international Luis Suarez has admitted that Lionel Messi is better player than Cristiano Ronaldo.

Messi and Ronaldo both play for La liga and are champions of their respective clubs. Both the legends have won six Ballons d’Or where Messi emerging victorious four times and Ronaldo twice. Both are regarded as the two best players around in the game at the moment.

The Real star has already netted 15 goals in seven La Liga appearances this term against Messi’s seven strikes. It’s very hard to tell who is over whom yet Suarez believes it’s the Argentine who is the better of the two irrespective of their record in 2014-15.


Suarez was quoted as saying by Mirror,“In my opinion Leo is better (than Ronaldo),I train and play with Leo every day and he surprises me every day. He is unique. Everybody knows what he has brought to Barcelona, what kind of world-class player he is. For me he is the best player in the world for what he has already done, and he’s still so young.”

Messi and Ronaldo are set to confront on Saturday when Madrid host Barcelona at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The game also will be Suarez’s first official game in the Barca jersey after serving his four-month ban for biting Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini at the 2014 World Cup. On the other hand Gareth Bale has suffered a hip injury, placing him in doubt of playing the Clasico.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Diego Costa’s hamstring a big fear for Mourinho

Diego Costa a summer transfer move to Chelsea is currently top goal scorer in the league this season.  However after the return from international duty he was suspected hamstring Injury. Costa has been suffering with hamstring problems since the end of last season, but played 172 minutes in Spain's Euro 2016 qualifiers against Slovakia and Luxembourg.

He was called for early treatment this week and could be ruled out for the next three weeks. Didier Drogba blues second striker is still struggling with an ankle injury, which leaves Loic Remy as Chelsea's only fully fit striker ahead of Saturday's trip to Crystal Palace.

This leaves manager Jose Mourinho with the fear of a striker crisis ahead of clash against Crystal Palace on Saturday. The current hamstring problem and ongoing treatment of Costa may spare him for the match against Manchester United.

Mourinho  said ,“Yes. The Spanish team played in Luxembourg on Sunday. I gave them Diego, Fabregas and Azpilicueta.”
“I gave them two days off, Monday and Tuesday, so they had to report to train on Wednesday at 3pm. And Diego was here Monday at 9am. So you can imagine how strong he was to be here at 9am on Monday.” 

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Fergie’s first Arrival on Old Trafford since his retirement

Sir Alex Ferguson once again will make his footprints on Old Trafford on Sunday.

Sir Alex Ferguson was the most successful and longest serving manager of Manchester united who managed reds from 1986 to 2013. On 8 May 2013 he announced his retirement as manager of Manchester United but remained at the club as a director and club ambassador.

In the recent speculation and news posted my Mirror ascertained that Sir Alex Ferguson will make his foremost appearance on the Old Trafford pitch since his retirement before Sunday's game against Everton.
Though he has been a frequent guest at Old Trafford, watching games from the directors' box, but this is going to be the first time that he will make his footmark on the pitch since his departure in May 2013.

He will introduce former Manchester United midfielder Park Ji-sung as Manchester United’s club ambassador.
Sir Alex Ferguson
Park joins too is very excited with his new role at United and expressed his joy by saying,
"I have fond memories of my time at Manchester United and I'm delighted and honoured to have become an ambassador for the club.”
"Some of the best moments of my life and career were spent here and I will never forget the great support I had from the club and the fans."
"I am looking forward to once again representing United and sharing some of these memories with our global fanbase."

LinkWithin

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...