Thursday, September 16
Thierry Henry aims to dig into his formal rival Tottenham in the role of expert on French television

Thierry Henry aims to dig into his formal rival Tottenham in the role of expert on French television

Henry belittles Tottenham as an expert There are some constants in life; death, taxes, pizza as a food group unto itself and Thierry Henry risks weaponizing his hatred for Tottenham's former rivals. While resting from his international commitments as Roberto Martínez's assistant coach with the Belgian national team, Henry assumed his usual role as a commentator on French television and took the opportunity to belittle the Spurs live on air in the run-up to the clash of Nuno Epírito Santo. with Stade Rennais in their meeting of Group G of the Europa Conference League. Thierry Henry on Tottenham: "Sorry who? I don't know them" 😏 @primevideosportpic.twitter.com/DO9yvLLyCz - Chris Wheatley (@ChrisWheatley_) September 16, 2021 The Roazhon Park team have had big problems with Bruno G...
‘I didn’t have much of a future’ at Arsenal

‘I didn’t have much of a future’ at Arsenal

On Thursday, Feyenoord manager Arne Slot provided insight into Reiss Nelson's position at Arsenal, prior to his eventual arrival in Rotterdam. Gunners fights Nelson, 21, has just come off another difficult campaign in North London. After beginning to remind Gunners supporters of his undisputed talent during the final months of the 2019/20 season, Nelson was expected to subsequently act one last time, to establish himself as a viable attacking option under Mikel Arteta. However, to say that such hopes failed would be to take it lightly. Amid competition from players like Nicolas Pepe, Willian and teammates Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli, Arsenal's youth product was limited to two insignificant Premier League appearances throughout the season. NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND - AU...
Marcelo Bielsa thanks the generous Harvey Elliot for acquitting Pascal Struijk

Marcelo Bielsa thanks the generous Harvey Elliot for acquitting Pascal Struijk

Leeds boss Bielsa appreciates Elliot's response Marcelo Bielsa has reacted to Liverpool's young prodigy Harvey Elliot after a serious injury suffered against Leeds United last weekend thanks to a headlong tackle by white defender Pascal Struijk. Elliot suffered a broken left ankle during the Reds' 3-0 in Leeds on Saturday, but the Liverpool star insisted the Dutch defender was not at fault, absolving him of the incident on his personal Instagram account. "[It] it wasn't his fault at all. It wasn't a red card either, just a freak accident, but these things happen in football. " 🚨 NEW: Marcelo Bielsa thanked Harvey Elliott for the "generosity" he has shown Pascal Struijk. “The generosity Elliott had in describing things as they were helps ease the effect on Pascal. I highly value...
Nuno provides Lucas & Bergwijn updates following Rennes draw

Nuno provides Lucas & Bergwijn updates following Rennes draw

By Conor Laird Published: September 16, 2021 8:50 PM Last update: September 16, 2021 8:54 pm Tottenham Hotspur manager Nuno Espirito Santo has provided a brief update on the well-being of Steven Bergwijn and Lucas Moura, who were forced to withdraw at the club's meeting with Stade Rennais. Højbjerg secures a point Nuno and company started their campaign in the Europa Conference League a short time ago. In their first outing from Group G, the Lilywhites traveled to northwestern France to meet Rennes in Ligue 1. In turn, a fully entertaining 90 minutes unfolded, eventually culminating in loot being shared in Roazhon Park. It was Spurs who opened the scoring for the night, when Loic Bade deflected Lucas Moura's shot home in the face of the goal, only for the hosts to...
Sancho must fulfill the imminent return of Rashford to the tasks of the first team

Sancho must fulfill the imminent return of Rashford to the tasks of the first team

Man United receives update on Marcus Rashford's recovery Many Red Devils fans will be delighted to hear that Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford may be approaching his return to first team duties following a further update on his recovery period. According to TimesSport's chief soccer writer Henry Winter, Rashford is currently ahead of his schedule, and the England man seems ready to step up his training regimen appropriately. Marcus Rashford's recovery is ahead of schedule. He's so focused on getting back into shape after his shoulder surgery that he goes through three rehab sessions a day. He is likely to intensify training imminently. #MUFC #ENG - Henry Winter (@henrywinter) September 16, 2021 Rashford has yet to appear in Ole Gunnar Solskjær's squad this quarter after...
Anjorin has the last word in the loan battle between Chelsea and Arsenal in the Europa League

Anjorin has the last word in the loan battle between Chelsea and Arsenal in the Europa League

An interesting battle on the theme of the Premier League unfolded in the Europa League tonight, during the meeting between Lokomotiv Moscow and Marseille. Anjorin is the target The clash in question saw three young talents currently on loan out of the Premier League giants go head-to-head. On the Marseille side, Matteo Guendouzi and William Saliba came, both of course from Arsenal. While the first transfer to France is place Saliba, who will become permanent next summer, will of course remain a potential Gunners star for years to come. Therefore, it will certainly be frustrating for the Arsenal faithful to learn of the fact that Saliba came within minutes of a clean sheet tonight. Amid an impressive display at Lokomotiv Stadium, OM looked good on its way to a three-point shot on...
Rice joins Lampard in the scoring club in West Ham’s win against Dinamo Zagreb

Rice joins Lampard in the scoring club in West Ham’s win against Dinamo Zagreb

West Ham wins in exchange for Europe The historic revival of West Ham's David Moyes continued tonight as the Hammers won 2-0 against Croatian giant Dinamo Moscow at Stadion Maksimir in a triumphant return to Europe after a five-year absence. Goals from fit forward Michail Antonio and England's youngster Declan Rice sealed the three points on either side of the break when West Ham began playing in Group H away from London Stadium. 22 - At 22 years and 245 days, Declan Rice is West Ham's youngest goalscorer in major European competition since Frank Lampard scored against NK Osijek in the 1999-00 UEFA Cup (21y 88d). Steps. pic.twitter.com/ITHO0UfyKv - OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 16, 2021 But it was Rice who stole the headlines the night, when the 22-year-old became the youngest W...
Spurs fans advocate for Ndombele’s start against Chelsea after Rennes display

Spurs fans advocate for Ndombele’s start against Chelsea after Rennes display

Tottenham Hotspur supporters have taken to social media tonight to plead with Nuno Espirito Santo for his use of Tanguy Ndombele. Højbjerg secures a point Nuno and company were back in action a short time ago. The Lilywhites traveled to northwestern France, for their first outing in the Europa Conference League, against Stade Rennais. The Spurs headed into the proceedings looking for something of a make-up performance, having been subjected to the sword in a completely troubling way at Crystal Palace last time. London, England - September 11: Wilfried Zaha of Crystal Palace fights for possession with Emerson of Tottenham Hotspur during the Premier League match between Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur at Selhurst Park on September 11, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by Paul H...
Bielsa updates Llorente, Koch & Bamford before Newcastle

Bielsa updates Llorente, Koch & Bamford before Newcastle

By Conor Laird Published: September 16, 2021 6:51 PM Last update: September 16, 2021 6:57 PM Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa provided a team news update on his team on Thursday. Whites fighting The first weeks of the new season, of course, have proven to be less than ideal at Elland Road. Following an enormously impressive debut campaign at the top tier of English football, culminating in a commendable ninth place, the Peacocks have struggled from the first gates in 2021/22. In their first four Premier League outings, Bielsa and company. they have collected just two points, courtesy of draws with Everton and Burnley. There have also been a couple of very worrying defeats, with a 5-1 opening-day beating to Manchester United, followed by a 3-0 final score at ho...
Tim Cahill’s youngest son, apart from 13 academics, will draft new terms at Everton

Tim Cahill’s youngest son, apart from 13 academics, will draft new terms at Everton

The Cahill surname continues in Everton Everton are ready to welcome a new batch of promoted youth up the development chain after thirteen academics from the academy signed terms with the Goodison Park team, including Shae Cahill; son of cult hero and former Australian international Tim Cahill. #EFCThe latest batch of academics from the academy feature Tim Cahill's son Shae https://t.co/5nQVkLcTRT - Patrick Boyland (@Paddy_Boyland) September 15, 2021 Shae, now over his 16th birthday, will now join the club and go straight to U18 category Paul Tait after full terms have given all 13 players promotions in Everton's inner pyramid. Cahill, a midfielder like his father before him, is joined by the following twelve other players who are ready to continue their development at the Finch...