2022 and there is still a panic that England will ignore James Madison. Liverpool are busy beating a 2014 villain.
tears of fear
Gareth Southgate fears England’s World Cup plans may be damaged by ‘lack of Premier League match time’. Sun’s website.
In the opening paragraph, Southgate sounds “concerned” and “game time” is hyphenated. Hedge your bets and all that.
Fortunately, the England manager spoke about this So brains can be configured:
“We obviously have a number of players who don’t play much for their club. It’s not perfect but we feel it was, and could be, important to us. It’s not an ideal situation but there is still a lot of football ahead of Qatar.”
He seems to be totally playing with her.
If Southgate was afraid of anything, it would have to be one vengeful player:
Jadon Sancho refuses to give up on his World Cup dream after Gareth Southgate turned him down Daily Mirror website.
‘Jadon Sancho refused to give up a place in England’s World Cup squad after firing Manchester United towards winning the Europa League in Moldova on Thursday night’ – MailOnline.
How utterly strange it would be if Sancho, in response to England’s loss, said, ‘Well, I did it then. Good luck in Qatar. give up’?
It turns out that the professional footballer will continue to try to play his best for the remaining two months.
Don’t shoot the messenger
On a similar note, the well-scored goal in the Europa League against Sheriff FC is not a ‘personal letter to Gareth Southgate’. Or not very good, anyway. No matter how much Daily Express website You may like it.
The Daily Mirror website He promises that “six stars from England are unlucky not to be called up ahead of the World Cup in Qatar,” which is pretty much the record price.
Sancho is there, along with Benjamin White, Harvey Elliott, Ryan Sessegnon and Max Kellman. Decide for yourself exactly how “unlucky” these five are.
But Mediawatch will take the claim that James Madison is unfortunate that he missed the race. Aren’t we about two years from this now?
“Leicester CityThe main man is running out of time to smash the World Cup squad after this new setback,” it seems. Only a small amount.
In the current form, it’s hard to argue against the inclusion of Maddison; the playmaker has managed to shine despite Leicester’s struggles this season, already scoring two goals and an assist in just five Premier League games.
While “it’s hard to argue against”, let’s at least give it a try:
1) Two goals and one assist barely indicate a ‘brilliant’ player, not least for a team that currently has no wins in the bottom league.
2) Also one of those goals was a free kick and the decisive pass was from a corner kick. I’m not sure that would be good for Maddison when the band also has James Ward-Prowse.
3) Maddison is the star player around whom Leicester’s attacking system is built, which is completely at odds with England’s squad that doesn’t use their top position.
4) Who gets the chances in this midfield? And if your answer is European champion Mason Mount, who was regularly used by each of his managers in different roles and formations, maybe think again.
If James Maddison wants to show that he can perform the complex tactical jobs that you really need on a football team where I’m not one of the top players, we can talk. Until then, Mount will always be more useful to England than he is.
– Grace Robertson 🏳️⚧️ (@GraceOnFootball) September 16, 2022
Chelsea sold the man who ‘cost’ Liverpool the Premier League title for £4.3m International holiday address a few days early From Liverpool Echo.
The player in question is Victor Moses, who spent the 2013/2014 season on loan at Anfield. But exactly how did Liverpool “cost” the Premier League title that year?
Could he have been more useful in challenging the Reds in the league? They won most of their matches in the first round, although it was an unused substitute for draws with Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion.
As he was ineligible to lose to Chelsea, the only other game in which Moses was involved in which the Reds did not take three points has fallen into a legend like Crystanbul, and even then, he has only played the last four minutes of the 3.-3 draw – missed opportunity. Great overtime.
A reminder that had Moses scored this goal to put Liverpool 4-3 ahead against Crystal Palace, they would already have been equal on points with Manchester City. But the goal difference could have been +52 versus +65 for City before the end of the last week.
I’m not really sure you can blame Moses as Liverpool were unable to activate their 13-goal swing in the last game.
This is Dylan Terry The Sun website on me Manchester United transfer war:
SunSport exclusively revealed that the Dutch manager is set to receive £70m to spend in the January transfer window.
“But given how his team is currently applying itself, it’s hard to see where he wants to boost.”
They lost 4-0 to Brentford and went into crisis 34 days ago. Obviously things are not as bad as they were then and the money has been spent since then but are we really at the point where there is no room for improvement for the fifth team behind Brighton in the Premier League?
Still seeing Ronaldo score a goal is something special for those who can’t see it live – even if they’re watching it through a camera phone, even if it’s a penalty kick. They don’t come much nowadays – Neil Costis, the sun.
He’s nowhere near his best and will never come back again, but the man was the third highest scorer in the Premier League last season and scored 13 goals in 2022. It’s not a once-in-a-lifetime event.
load of bull
“Not since the Steve Ball days has a player stirred up so much excitement at Molineux.” – Mark Irwin of the sun In Diego Costa.
Robin Nevis right there.