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Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani will look to return against Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani is expected to return from injury against Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Wednesday, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said. Uruguay international Cavani has missed United's last four games in all competitions with a muscle injury but trained on Tuesday ahead of the trip to Selhurst Park. "We're looking OK. There's a couple of doubts for tomorrow that we have to give as much time as possible," Solskjaer told a news conference on Tuesday. "Edinson trained, he joined in so that's good. Let's hope there's no reaction after the session. Hopefully, he will travel with the squad." Solskjaer said injured midfielder Paul Pogba (thigh) is yet to return to training, while defender Phil Jones could be sidelined for the rest of the season with a knee injury. England international Jones has not featured for United since January last year and picked up his latest knock in June. "I know all about these injuries," said Solskjaer, who struggled with a recurring knee problem during the latter half of his playing career at United. "Phil is working really hard, he's had a couple of setbacks and it's just that kind of injury you have to be patient with and give him time." Second-placed United, who collected just two league wins in February, could kick off against Palace 15 points behind league leader Manchester City if Pep Guardiola's side beats Wolverhampton Wanderers on Tuesday. But Solskjaer has dismissed suggestions that his players have struggled with the pressure of being in the title race. "The pressure has not been there at all," he said. "We enjoy being as close to the top as possible. "It's the quality of opposition, quality of tactics, demands of the season, playing don't how many games in Premier League, FA Cup. It's the strangest year of all for everyone."
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jecceofficial
Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani will look to return against Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani is expected to return from injury against Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Wednesday, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said. Uruguay international Cavani has missed United's last four games in all competitions with a muscle injury but trained on Tuesday ahead of the trip to Selhurst Park. "We're looking OK. There's a couple of doubts for tomorrow that we have to give as much time as possible," Solskjaer told a news conference on Tuesday. "Edinson trained, he joined in so that's good. Let's hope there's no reaction after the session. Hopefully, he will travel with the squad." Solskjaer said injured midfielder Paul Pogba (thigh) is yet to return to training, while defender Phil Jones could be sidelined for the rest of the season with a knee injury. England international Jones has not featured for United since January last year and picked up his latest knock in June. "I know all about these injuries," said Solskjaer, who struggled with a recurring knee problem during the latter half of his playing career at United. "Phil is working really hard, he's had a couple of setbacks and it's just that kind of injury you have to be patient with and give him time." Second-placed United, who collected just two league wins in February, could kick off against Palace 15 points behind league leader Manchester City if Pep Guardiola's side beats Wolverhampton Wanderers on Tuesday. But Solskjaer has dismissed suggestions that his players have struggled with the pressure of being in the title race. "The pressure has not been there at all," he said. "We enjoy being as close to the top as possible. "It's the quality of opposition, quality of tactics, demands of the season, playing don't how many games in Premier League, FA Cup. It's the strangest year of all for everyone."
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jecceofficial
Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani will look to return against Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani is expected to return from injury against Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Wednesday, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said. Uruguay international Cavani has missed United's last four games in all competitions with a muscle injury but trained on Tuesday ahead of the trip to Selhurst Park. "We're looking OK. There's a couple of doubts for tomorrow that we have to give as much time as possible," Solskjaer told a news conference on Tuesday. "Edinson trained, he joined in so that's good. Let's hope there's no reaction after the session. Hopefully, he will travel with the squad." Solskjaer said injured midfielder Paul Pogba (thigh) is yet to return to training, while defender Phil Jones could be sidelined for the rest of the season with a knee injury. England international Jones has not featured for United since January last year and picked up his latest knock in June. "I know all about these injuries," said Solskjaer, who struggled with a recurring knee problem during the latter half of his playing career at United. "Phil is working really hard, he's had a couple of setbacks and it's just that kind of injury you have to be patient with and give him time." Second-placed United, who collected just two league wins in February, could kick off against Palace 15 points behind league leader Manchester City if Pep Guardiola's side beats Wolverhampton Wanderers on Tuesday. But Solskjaer has dismissed suggestions that his players have struggled with the pressure of being in the title race. "The pressure has not been there at all," he said. "We enjoy being as close to the top as possible. "It's the quality of opposition, quality of tactics, demands of the season, playing don't how many games in Premier League, FA Cup. It's the strangest year of all for everyone."
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The players or the managers, who could be responsible?
Many would wonder ruminate deeply on why something like this should be a subject of discussion. However, we tends to gain a better understanding giving it a proper view.I am a core Manchester United fan. I am just about to discuss something about one of our rival clubs in England, which is nothing but the same CHELSEA FC (popularly known as the RENT BRIDGE CLUB IN MY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE).I just observed their sudden change and improvement in form ever since their new manager, aswell as the past manager of PSG, Thomas Tuchel took over the wheel from Frank Lampard some couple of weeks ago. There has been a kind of improvement both in the players usage, substitution and style of play.I could also remember the that a whole lot of criticism from the fans then was that Frank Lampard doesn't have a eye on quality players, infact, they were very much of the saying that he actually went for players whom he knew would take forever to discover which wings/positions they would fit it.Let’s take a deep breath and pounder on the subject matter above. Could anyone have believed that the little success and improvement recorded so far would have been predicted before now considering the average level of play of the players before Tuchel emerged?Perhaps, the same players with no addition. Same management, same league, same opponents, same pitch. One would wonder at this level if it was the managers change of squad, style of play, players usage, team coordination, the dressing room events, the training prior every single match, players ideology or the team spirit.This bring me back to the subject of the discussion, which is ' PLAYERS OR MANAGERS, WHO COULD BE RESPONSIBLE'?RESPONSIBLE IN THE SENSE THAT, It could be in the SUCCESS or FAILURE.Thanks.
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kmartt
The players or the managers, who could be responsible?
Many would wonder ruminate deeply on why something like this should be a subject of discussion. However, we tends to gain a better understanding giving it a proper view.I am a core Manchester United fan. I am just about to discuss something about one of our rival clubs in England, which is nothing but the same CHELSEA FC (popularly known as the RENT BRIDGE CLUB IN MY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE).I just observed their sudden change and improvement in form ever since their new manager, aswell as the past manager of PSG, Thomas Tuchel took over the wheel from Frank Lampard some couple of weeks ago. There has been a kind of improvement both in the players usage, substitution and style of play.I could also remember the that a whole lot of criticism from the fans then was that Frank Lampard doesn't have a eye on quality players, infact, they were very much of the saying that he actually went for players whom he knew would take forever to discover which wings/positions they would fit it.Let’s take a deep breath and pounder on the subject matter above. Could anyone have believed that the little success and improvement recorded so far would have been predicted before now considering the average level of play of the players before Tuchel emerged?Perhaps, the same players with no addition. Same management, same league, same opponents, same pitch. One would wonder at this level if it was the managers change of squad, style of play, players usage, team coordination, the dressing room events, the training prior every single match, players ideology or the team spirit.This bring me back to the subject of the discussion, which is ' PLAYERS OR MANAGERS, WHO COULD BE RESPONSIBLE'?RESPONSIBLE IN THE SENSE THAT, It could be in the SUCCESS or FAILURE.Thanks.
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kmartt
The players or the managers, who could be responsible?
Many would wonder ruminate deeply on why something like this should be a subject of discussion. However, we tends to gain a better understanding giving it a proper view.I am a core Manchester United fan. I am just about to discuss something about one of our rival clubs in England, which is nothing but the same CHELSEA FC (popularly known as the RENT BRIDGE CLUB IN MY COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE).I just observed their sudden change and improvement in form ever since their new manager, aswell as the past manager of PSG, Thomas Tuchel took over the wheel from Frank Lampard some couple of weeks ago. There has been a kind of improvement both in the players usage, substitution and style of play.I could also remember the that a whole lot of criticism from the fans then was that Frank Lampard doesn't have a eye on quality players, infact, they were very much of the saying that he actually went for players whom he knew would take forever to discover which wings/positions they would fit it.Let’s take a deep breath and pounder on the subject matter above. Could anyone have believed that the little success and improvement recorded so far would have been predicted before now considering the average level of play of the players before Tuchel emerged?Perhaps, the same players with no addition. Same management, same league, same opponents, same pitch. One would wonder at this level if it was the managers change of squad, style of play, players usage, team coordination, the dressing room events, the training prior every single match, players ideology or the team spirit.This bring me back to the subject of the discussion, which is ' PLAYERS OR MANAGERS, WHO COULD BE RESPONSIBLE'?RESPONSIBLE IN THE SENSE THAT, It could be in the SUCCESS or FAILURE.Thanks.
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REPORT: CITY TIPPED TO BEAT CHELSEA AND UNITED OVER HAALAND’ DEAL
When his release clause is triggered, Erling Haaland looks likely to spark one of the biggest transfer races in football history next summer. With a Champions League brace and a dazzling Bundesliga goal, the 20-year-old Borussia Dortmund hero re-established himself as probably the world’s best young striker last week. Norwegian’s future amid links to almost every big club in Europe and his contract includes a £65million release clause which becomes valid from June 2022, and it is widely accepted that Dortmund has always been a stepping stone for the forward. As possible suitors for Haaland, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain have all been listed, while English clubs like Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea are also involved. When he joined Dortmund in January 2020, Manchester United famously tried and struggled to sign the former RB Salzburg player, while Man City are now on the lookout for a new striker as Sergio Aguero winds down near the end of his career. The Dortmund striker has also been linked to Chelsea, but it is the opinion and rumour that Haaland is likely to join Man City. According to talkSPORT’s European football expert Mark Langdon, the next destination of Haaland is most likely to be in the Premier League due to financial difficulties among Europe’s other giants. Mark Langdon said: “He’s very smart and very patient about the moves that he’s already made. He could’ve gone to a bigger league and team than Borussia Dortmund, albeit they are a big one themselves.“ He recognised it was too big a jump to go to a Real Madrid type of team from Salzburg. “He went to Salzburg, then Dortmund, I reckon he’ll spend another year or so there. “They’ll get what they need out of him and then he can be on his way for that contract release clause. “Where will he go? I feel like the Premier League at the moment is the place with the money. I’m looking at Real Madrid and Barcelona and thinking, ‘How could they afford to buy him?’ “If you’re looking at the Premier League and thinking about a team that needs a striker, Manchester City would feel like the obvious choice. “He’s not a Pep type of player, but I’m sure they could fit him in somewhere.” Do you actually think Erling Haaland would play for Man City someday?
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batach
REPORT: CITY TIPPED TO BEAT CHELSEA AND UNITED OVER HAALAND’ DEAL
When his release clause is triggered, Erling Haaland looks likely to spark one of the biggest transfer races in football history next summer. With a Champions League brace and a dazzling Bundesliga goal, the 20-year-old Borussia Dortmund hero re-established himself as probably the world’s best young striker last week. Norwegian’s future amid links to almost every big club in Europe and his contract includes a £65million release clause which becomes valid from June 2022, and it is widely accepted that Dortmund has always been a stepping stone for the forward. As possible suitors for Haaland, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain have all been listed, while English clubs like Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea are also involved. When he joined Dortmund in January 2020, Manchester United famously tried and struggled to sign the former RB Salzburg player, while Man City are now on the lookout for a new striker as Sergio Aguero winds down near the end of his career. The Dortmund striker has also been linked to Chelsea, but it is the opinion and rumour that Haaland is likely to join Man City. According to talkSPORT’s European football expert Mark Langdon, the next destination of Haaland is most likely to be in the Premier League due to financial difficulties among Europe’s other giants. Mark Langdon said: “He’s very smart and very patient about the moves that he’s already made. He could’ve gone to a bigger league and team than Borussia Dortmund, albeit they are a big one themselves.“ He recognised it was too big a jump to go to a Real Madrid type of team from Salzburg. “He went to Salzburg, then Dortmund, I reckon he’ll spend another year or so there. “They’ll get what they need out of him and then he can be on his way for that contract release clause. “Where will he go? I feel like the Premier League at the moment is the place with the money. I’m looking at Real Madrid and Barcelona and thinking, ‘How could they afford to buy him?’ “If you’re looking at the Premier League and thinking about a team that needs a striker, Manchester City would feel like the obvious choice. “He’s not a Pep type of player, but I’m sure they could fit him in somewhere.” Do you actually think Erling Haaland would play for Man City someday?
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When his release clause is triggered, Erling Haaland looks likely to spark one of the biggest transfer races in football history next summer. With a Champions League brace and a dazzling Bundesliga goal, the 20-year-old Borussia Dortmund hero re-established himself as probably the world’s best young striker last week. Norwegian’s future amid links to almost every big club in Europe and his contract includes a £65million release clause which becomes valid from June 2022, and it is widely accepted that Dortmund has always been a stepping stone for the forward. As possible suitors for Haaland, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, and Paris Saint-Germain have all been listed, while English clubs like Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea are also involved. When he joined Dortmund in January 2020, Manchester United famously tried and struggled to sign the former RB Salzburg player, while Man City are now on the lookout for a new striker as Sergio Aguero winds down near the end of his career. The Dortmund striker has also been linked to Chelsea, but it is the opinion and rumour that Haaland is likely to join Man City. According to talkSPORT’s European football expert Mark Langdon, the next destination of Haaland is most likely to be in the Premier League due to financial difficulties among Europe’s other giants. Mark Langdon said: “He’s very smart and very patient about the moves that he’s already made. He could’ve gone to a bigger league and team than Borussia Dortmund, albeit they are a big one themselves.“ He recognised it was too big a jump to go to a Real Madrid type of team from Salzburg. “He went to Salzburg, then Dortmund, I reckon he’ll spend another year or so there. “They’ll get what they need out of him and then he can be on his way for that contract release clause. “Where will he go? I feel like the Premier League at the moment is the place with the money. I’m looking at Real Madrid and Barcelona and thinking, ‘How could they afford to buy him?’ “If you’re looking at the Premier League and thinking about a team that needs a striker, Manchester City would feel like the obvious choice. “He’s not a Pep type of player, but I’m sure they could fit him in somewhere.” Do you actually think Erling Haaland would play for Man City someday?
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