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Gary Neville and Graeme Souness have HEATED debate about Man United | Super Sunday



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Graeme Souness and Gary Neville took part in a heated debate over the state of Manchester United following the 3-1 derby defeat to Manchester City.

The Super Sunday experts had plenty to say about Jose Mourinho’s impact on his squad and whether he should be extracting better performances from a group of players assembled for millions of pounds.

Goals from David Silva, Sergio Aguero and Ilkay Gundogan condemned them to a defeat which leaves them 12 points behind their city rivals after 12 matches and Neville and Souness had plenty to say at full-time…

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Why Zidane's comments on Varane, Marcelo and Bale are 'very, very telling' | Real Madrid



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La Liga expert Sid Lowe joins Alejandro Moreno, Adrian Healey, Paul Mariner and Shaka Hislop on ESPN FC to discuss the latest Barcelona transfer news, with €300 million in sales expected, with Philippe Coutinho, Ivan Rakitic and Samuel Umtiti potentially going. They then (1:46) discuss the latest Real Madrid news, particularly Zinedine Zidane’s comments about Marcelo, Raphael Varane and Gareth Bale. Finally (5:24) they talk about whether Bale or Jadon Sancho would help Manchester United more.

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Liverpool news : Lionel Messi’s UCL quarter-final 'curse' has seen him fail to score in last eleven



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The UEFA Champions League quarter-final draw took place on Friday morning throwing up some mouth-watering clashes.  Having done away with German giants Bayern Munich, Liverpool were arguably handed the easiest assignment as they were drawn alongside Porto while Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus will take on Real Madrid conquerer’s, Ajax.  Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City will tussle it out in the only all-English clash in the last eight.  The biggest tie of the round will see newly reborn Manchester United tackle Spanish superpower Barcelona.  The Red Devils looked all but out after Paris Saint-Germain tore them apart at Old Trafford but staged a monumental comeback, conquering their Parisian Everest to book a spot in the last eight. Manchester United’s Champions League quarter-final tie against Barcelona had to be reversed Video of Lionel Messi’s 22 goals against English clubs in the Champions League Lionel Messi was superb the last time Barcelona played Man Utd at Old Trafford  However, fans will have cringed when United were coughed up alongside Barcelona on Friday, in what can only be described as the worst possible draw for the Manchester side.  Barca have a fantastic record against United in European competition, winning their last two encounters, both finals, quite comfortably.  With the likes of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez bearing down on them, it will be interesting to see how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s resurgent side holds out.  Messi especially has been in sublime form of late and history proves that the Argentine superstar loves a game against United.  With 36 goals to his name already this season, Messi will be confident of halting United’s progress in this year’s competition.  The Red Devils, however, might just find some solace in Messi’s dreadful record in Champions League quarter-finals.  The 31-year-old has failed to score in last 11 fixtures at this stage of the tournament – a bizarre baron stretch spanning over six seasons.  In fact, you have to go as far back as April 2013 to find the last time Barca’s leading goalscorer netted in a last eight tie.  Last season, Messi was helpless as his side crashed out at the same stage after a stunning 3-0 loss to Roma and United will be hoping for a similarly toothless performance from the great man.  The five-time Balon d’Or winner also drew a blank in prior quarter-final clashes with Juventus, twice against Atletico Madrid and in Barca’s 2015 tie with PSG.  Should the curse of the last eight strike again for Messi, United might just have a chance of causing a big upset.  It’s going to be quite a tie – we can’t wait.

the UEFA Champions League quarter-final draw took place on Friday morning throwing up some mouth-watering clashes having done away with German giants byron munich Liverpool were arguably handed the easiest assignment as they were drawn alongside Porto while Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus will take on Real Madrid conkers Ajax Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City will tussle it out in the only all English clash in the last eight the biggest tie of the round will seem newly reborn Manchester United tackle Spanish super power Barcelona the Red Devils looked all but out after Paris saint-germain tore them apart at Old Trafford but staged a monumental comeback conquering their Parisian Everest to book a spot in the last eight Manchester United's Champions League quarter-final tie against Barcelona had to be reversed video of Lionel Messi's 22 goals against English clubs in the Champions League Lionel Messi was superb the last time Barcelona played Man United at Old Trafford however fans will have cringed when United were coughed up alongside Barcelona on Friday in what can only be described as the worst possible draw for the Manchester side Barca have a fantastic record against United in European competition winning their last two encounters both finals quite comfortably with the likes of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez bearing down on them it will be interesting to see how ill a gunner soldiers resurgence side holds out Messi especially has been in sublime form of late and history proves that the Argentine superstar loves a game against United with 36 goals to his name already this season Messi will be confident of halting United's progress in this year's competition the Red Devils however might just find some solace in Messi's dreadful record in Champions League quarter-finals the 31 year old has failed to score in last 11 fixtures at this stage of the tournament the bizarre barren stretch spanning over six seasons in fact you have to go to as far back as April 2013 to find the last time Marquez leading goal scorer netted in the last eight time last season Messi was helpless as his side crashed out at the same stage after a stunning 3-0 loss to Roma and United will be hoping for a similarly toothless performance from the great man the five-time fail and door winner also drew a blank in prior quarterfinal clashes with Juventus twice against Atletico Madrid and in Barca's 2015 tie with PSG should the curse of the last 8 strike again for Messi United might just have a chance of causing a big offset it's going to be quite a tie we can't wait

Patrick Roberts Girona Manchester City VT on BBC World News



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Patrick Roberts is a 21-year old winger on loan at La Liga side Girona from English champions Manchester City. After a successful loan spell at Celtic, Roberts is gaining more first-team experience in Spain

and now you may not be familiar with the name Patrick Roberts but he's been a Manchester City player for over three years however fans haven't seen much of him on the pitch and that is due to the outstanding array of talent at manager Pep Guardiola's disposal so like many young British players Roberts has found it hard getting game time in the Premier League the 20 final one year old is now taking advantage of a loan spell at the Liga side Girona to enhance his prospects and with this team lying ninth in the league fair to say it's going rather well my name's Patrick Roberts I'm 21 years old I've enjoyed playing football since I was there four or five six I'm born in London but I play my football at Manchester City but this year I'm on loan at Girona FC in Spain it was an exciting opportunity for me I mean there's not many players that go abroad especially English players I mean the teammates have been great with me I mean I'm learning new language so on last CFC pick up more Spanish then it would be easier who things consider mean they were great with me and I'm glad they're – the timeouts obviously talked me into the group which is important I miss her my dog my dad my brother my sister just not going on like go and see a mom and every day and I'm similar face time it's not the same and I've seen the French Bulldog they're cracking dogs and and he's got a real personality about him so when I went to see him it was what I wanted to to get rid I wanted to get him I mean I get time to go back I just I just been to London there on the weekend and seeing him and seen us in a family so we so I do get back and I'll be back over the end the season I get a lot of free time I was only trained overseeing there in the so obviously I try to keep myself as as busy as I can and watch TV watch TV program mainly is I played the PlayStation either with my brother or I play online with my friends back home it's a good way to obviously keep myself busy and I enjoy it it's one of my one of my main hobbies any sixteen year olds to make a decision even like to come abroad is some fast English should obviously taking consideration you've seen a lot in there in the media oversee about Jayden Sancho Rhys Nelson and the likes in Germany have see me in Spain and there's others in France and Holland so on but I think you can't you can't discredit going abroad and I've see learning I knew no new lifestyle new coaching a new a new style of playing football and it differently me llamo paddy Roberts yo sorry for Billy started on FC a bright future ahead for Patrick Roberts but what are the future for these two

Leeds news: Marcelo Bielsa reveals when Kiko Casilla will debut following Real Madrid move



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Casilla has arrived at Elland Road on a four-and-a-half year deal and is set to compete with Bailey Peacock-Farrell for a place as Leeds seek promotion to the Premier League. The 32-year-old is Bielsa’s first signing of the transfer window and he arrives with a wealth of experience. Casilla won one La Liga title and three Champions Leagues during his four-year spell at the Bernabeu. Bielsa has been in the headlines recently after it emerged he sent a spy to watch Derby’s training session ahead of their game last week.  But the Argentine put the incident behind him with an extraordinary press conference last night. And with Leeds now four points clear at the top of the table, Bielsa is pleased to have strengthened his squad, although fans will have to wait to see Casilla in action. “Of course we needed an alternative for the position,” he said. “I don’t have to make any comment on him as his career speaks for itself.  “Victor Orta is responsible for the arrival of Casilla. “The analysis for the compatibility of his play with our style has been done by our goalkeeping coach Marcus Abad. “The fact that a goalkeeper from Real Madrid comes to Leeds, the owner of the club should be proud. “Today has been his first training session with us.  “He won’t play against Stoke, even if he is fit to play. “We’ll see the evolution in the next few days.” Leeds return to action on Saturday as they travel to struggling Stoke. Casilla could make his debut the following week when his new side visit Rotherham.

Casilla has arrived at Elland Road on a four and a half year deal and is set to compete with Bailey peacock Farrell for a place as lead seek promotion to the Premier League the 32 year old is veal since first signing of the transfer window and he arrives with a wealth of experience pasilla won won La Liga title and three Champions leagues during his four years fellow the burn of will feel so has been in the headlines recently after it emerged he sent a spy to watch derbies training session ahead of their game last week but the Argentine put the incident behind him with an extraordinary press conference last night and which leads now four points clear at the top of the table fieldset is pleased to have strengthened his squad although fans will have to wait to see Casilla in action of course we needed an alternative for the position he said I don't have to make any comment on him as his career speaks for itself Victor Horta is responsible for the arrival of Casilla the analysis for the compatibility of his play with our style has been done by our goalkeeping coach markus a bad the fact that a goalkeeper from Real Madrid comes to Leeds the owner of the club should be proud today has been his first training session with us he won't play against Stoke even if he is there to play we'll see the evolution in the next few days Leeds returned to action on Saturday as they travel to struggling Stoke pasilla could make his debut the following week when his new side visit rover him

Newcastle break transfer record to sign Almiron for £21m! | Transfer Deadline Day | Sky Sports News



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