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The Man City 2020 squad is the strongest with Ferran Torres

The Man City squad for the 2020/21 season will be very strong with a combination of Ferran Torres, Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero in attack.

After a lot of speculation, Man City finally completed the signing of 20-year-old midfielder Ferran Torres from Valencia. 

Although Transfermarkt valued 45 million euros, the Green Man only had to spend 21 million pounds (23 million euros) to recruit Torres, because the player born in 2000 had a 1-year contract with the Spanish team.

Torres is pursued by many big teams like Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Juventus, Dortmund or MU. However, he chose Man City because he wanted to play under Pep Guardiola.

With his pace, youth and technique, the 1.84-meter-tall player is believed to excel in the role of the striker to be familiar – last season he played 38 of 44 matches for Valencia in this position, and the position of the left and center strikers.

However, in the context that Raheem Sterling is doing very well on the left wing, while Sergio Aguero is the number 1 choice in the striker position, Torres is likely to play the “drill” on the right wing, where Riyad Mahrez frequently appear.

In addition to Torres, the former Premier League king has just returned to the Etihad center-back Nathan Ake from Bournemouth with an initial amount of 40 million pounds. In the 2019/20 season, Ake played 30 matches for the Dean Court team, scored 2 goals and had 2 assists.

With the official acquisition of Torres and Ake, coach Pep Guardiola can be somewhat assured with the current force. In the case of not buying more, the Green Man will start with pair of defenders Aymeric Laporte – Ake, two wings are Kyle Walker (right) and Joao Cancelo (or Benjamin Mendy).

Translated right above, Rodri, Kevin De Bruyne and young player Phil Foden are three names that can be chosen. Meanwhile, the trio of Torres – Sterling – Aguero will shoulder the responsibility of scoring in the 3-4-3 chart.

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Hazard likes Ronaldo and Bale’s goals in the Champions League

Eden Hazard judges that Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale have scored the best goals ever in the Champions League.

On the occasion of the return of the Champions League, Eden Hazard gave an interview to uefa.com and shared his memories of the tournament, especially the goals.

File photo dated 01-09-2007 of Liverpool’s Fernando Torres.

Revealing his favorite goal in the Champions League, Hazard said: “This question is easy because I did not score many goals in the tournament. But I think my first goal was the most special. It happened during Chelsea’s 3-0 victory over Schalke in 2013.

“I was able to pass to Fernando Torres and I should have done so, but I ended up scoring. I was lucky when the ball went into the net. I also apologize to Torres because he waited for a hat-trick. ”

Hazard also affirmed that he preferred to create for the team to score rather than score. “When you see the ball against an opponent, the feeling is the same. In my mind it’s not just about scoring goals, scoring goals and scoring goals.

“Some players now think only of scoring their own goals. But I am different, the players can create more than just scoring. That’s why I want to be the king of assists rather than a scoring machine. But I also like the feeling of scoring a beautiful goal, a goal at the last minute to bring home the victory. ”

If selected, Hazard would love to score a volley in the final like his teacher Zinedine Zidane: “I like to score a goal like Zidane did against Leverkusen in 2002. A corner kick, one shot volley and net results were decided “.

However, Hazard chose the goals of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale are the best goals ever in the Champions League.

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Clattenburg referee revealed the secret about Ronaldo and Messi

Reputable referee Mark Clattenburg revealed secrets about Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in an interview with Mail Sports yesterday.

Mark Clattenburg is considered one of the best referees of his generation. Clattenburg has led many important European and world football matches such as the 2012 Olympic finals, the 2014 European Super Cup finals, the 2015/16 European Cup final, or the Euro 2016 final.

Recently, Mr. Clattenburg shared with Mail Sports about the 5 players who left the deepest impression in his career. Specific lists are Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Vincent Kompany and Gary Speed. In particular, Clattenburg especially praised Ronaldo and Messi.

“What I admire most about Ronaldo is his ability to pull the whole team up when they are down. When I first met Ronaldo on the pitch when he was a young player in the Premier League and then at Real Madrid, he always knew how to shine. At that time, I knew that I was standing on the field with a really special player who could change the game immediately.

“I was very disappointed when he got injured early in the final (Euro 2016) because the game lost a great player. But I have never treated Ronaldo more specifically than the other players and I think that’s why we have a good relationship.

Trọng tài Clattenburg tiết lộ bí mật về Ronaldo và Messi

Ronaldo donated his signed shirt to referee Clattenburg after the Euro 2016 final, although the British “black king” did not ask.

For Messi, the referee Clattenburg was really impressed with the way the Barca striker handled the ball.

“I was very confused when I first stood with Messi on the field, it was Barca vs PSG. At the time, I thought, ‘My God, this is unbelievable”.

When you are an referee, you have a habit of watching the ball move anywhere, anytime. But with Messi, you can lose sight of the ball. So imagine what the defenders look like in the face of Messi.

“I warned Messi in the first match against PSG when he fouled an opponent, but Messi never complained or said anything. He usually never gets into a fight. But as an referee, you want to stand on the pitch with Messi because you know it can be a special match”.

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Coach Klopp has done an unprecedented thing in Premier League history

Liverpool manager Pep Guardiola over the number of times won the best coach title of the month in a season.

The German leader has just been announced as the best coach in the tournament by the Premier League organizer in January.

This is the fifth time Klopp has won this award in the 2019/20 season, thereby setting a record for the number of times this title has been won in a season in 28 years of Premier League history, surpassing Pep Guardiola’s previous record. (4 times) in the 2017/18 season.

The German leader has made Liverpool an unbeaten team this season.

It should be stressed, the Premier League 2019/20 over 6 months but Klopp won in 5 months. The only time the German leader was not the winner was in October, when Frank Lampard won the award.

It was also the moment Liverpool lost points only this season when drawing MU 1-1 at Old Trafford. The last time Klopp and Liverpool lost in the Premier League was January 3, 2019 when they lost 1-2 to Man City at Etihad.

Klopp and Liverpool are going through the highest season when they won 24, drew 1 after 25 rounds, monopolizing the top of the Premier League rankings with 22 points more than the second-placed team Man City.

Liverpool only need to win the next 6 games to win the championship despite the results of the pursuing rivals. The clubs that Juergen Klopp teachers and students face during this period are also quite light. These are Norwich, West Ham, Watford, Bournemouth, Everton and Crystal Palace.

If this happens, Liverpool will officially win the championship right after the 31st round. The prospect of the championship is even more glorious with The Kop.

Man City will be the opponent in the 32nd round of Liverpool, then Pep Guardiola’s team will have to stand in two rows to welcome Juergen Klopp’s army to enter the Etihad field.

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Is Carlo Ancelotti a suitable choice for Arsenal now?

You don’t know what will happen to Arsenal, it’s a certainty, when its players don’t even know what they’re fighting for, because of the salary they get, for not wanting to be criticized like Fools or simply go out and finish your game any way you want.

Similar things have been happening at the Emirates Stadium, Mesut Oezil has always been the most boring, Dani Ceballos disappears in a hurry, Pepe does not show that he deserves to be the most expensive player in the club history, Aubameyang doesn’t feel like sticking around any longer, and young talents play football without clear direction.

One can only bow to the victories that Carlo Ancelotti has achieved across the former continent, admiring the wisdom and football ideas that have changed the world’s perception of the sport.

Ancelotti is calm, calm, a friend to the players, knows how to handle complicated relationships with famously difficult presidents like Abramovic or Florentino Perez. He has every reason to succeed at Arsenal, but there are many other reasons to fail at the Emirates Stadium.

The current people at Arsenal need something else, a ferocity from the coach, who can take a walking stick on the training ground and force them to follow the rules. Carlo Ancelotti is too soft, he is not the type of coach to issue steel orders, does not require the players to practice hard, do not like to shout at them and force everyone to obey absolutely.

If so, then it will be a repeat of the Arsene Wenger era, a more benevolent father than a coach shouting out fire. Arsenal don’t need that.

And with all due respect, in the treasure trove of his experience, Carlo Ancelotti has never shown him capable of creating something from the rubble. He is not a strategist for long distance races, even having incredible squads at AC Milan, Bayern Munich, Paris St Germain and Real Madrid.

He is very strong when he owns a stable team, owns the throne of big star, and number one in the European arena. But it is not good to take over the turbulent and chaotic clubs.

What happened at Napoli was the latest warning, he lost his influence on the players and could not create a revolution for the club, failed to create a team with enough competitive stability through. Every year. And for the average Arsenal player now, Ljungberg is the best for this situation, just like Lampard with Chelsea.