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Ac.Milan has gone from being considered as one of the best clubs in Europe to a club that is struggling just to secure victories on a consistent manner.
Their latest result saw the team of FilippoInzaghi only being able to snatch a draw against Empoli, a team that is located in the bottom spots of the Italian League and was just recently promoted to Serie A.
There has been criticism launched towards the owner of Ac.Milan, Silvio Berlucosni as he is simply not providing enough funds for the manager to acquire good players and this is why the Italian club has not enjoyed an impressive series of transfer windows in the past few years.
Things began to fall apart for Ac.Milan ever since Thiago Silva and ZlatanIbrahimovic were both offloaded to PSG and the club has not find any players that can fill in their boots. Continue reading →
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David Villa’s short tenure at Melbourne City came to an end during the weekend after he returned to New York City.
Preparations for the new MLS campaign are underway and this will be the debut campaign for New York City FC, who managed to create a lot of headlines by signing both David Villa and Frank Lampard as their marquee players. Since there was a few months gap between the actual season start, Lampard joined Manchester City on a short-term loan spell while Villa came to the Australian a late to play with Melbourne City. Continue reading →
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The French attacker of the New York Red Bulls, Thierry Henry announced his desire to quit playing with the MLS side as he left the American side after playing for them for over 4 years.
The future of Thierry Henry still remains unsure as he was asked on what he wants to do from now on and the former star of Arsenal replied by saying that he is going to take the next few weeks as a time to reflect and think about what his next plans are going to be.
“I am taking this opportunity to announce that unfortunately Saturday was my last game for the New York Red Bulls. I will now take the next few weeks to reflect and decide on the next chapter of my career. I will stay in football, as a coach, a consultant or executive. We will see’’ Thierry Henry said as the Frenchman stated that he would like to continue playing an active role in the world of football even if that is outside of the pitch.
Thierry Henry is an icon for Arsenal as it was the club where he managed on making a name for himself as one of the best players in the world with consistently impressive performances it came as no surprise when he was nominated on a number of occasions for the FIFA World Player of the Year award.
Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger stated that Henry will return to Arsenal but the French manager is not certain as to what role he is going to play if he does decide to make yet another return to the club where he became a world-class player.
‘’Certainly one day he will come back here. In what role, I don’t know. That is what he has to think about, what direction he wants to go in. What I understand is that he wants to reflect for a while on how he wants to go into his next life. He is an Arsenal man. It was the best moment certainly of his life and of his career has been experienced here’’ Arsene Wenger said.
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Arsenal managed to keep their hopes of reaching the Champions League knockout stages alive after a 2-1 comeback victory over Belgian club Anderlecht. The Premier League outfit were trailing 1-0 going into the final 10 minutes of the match. Anderlecht were not given much hope of beating Arsenal prior to the match, but a goal from Najar in the 71st minute change the whole complexion of the match. Suddenly, the underdogs were given something to hold on and it looked like they would get a highly unlikely victory, which would also boost their chances of reaching the next stage.
Arsene Wenger’s team had suffered defeats in the away match against Borussia Dortmund. The 4-1 win over Galatasaray in the previous round gave them hope of maintaining their distance away from the third placed team. Arsenal were indeed coming into the match on a poor run of form that had seen them drop four points in the league from the last two matches. Despite this, they showed incredible resilience in the final 10 minutes to get all three points. Defender Kieran Gibbs provided the unlikely equaliser just a minute before injury time, while forgotten man Lukas Podolski came up with the winner a few minutes later.
After the match, Wenger admitted that using six attacking players in the closing stages was a gamble that one that paid off. “I know by experience that the nerves play a part in the last five minutes in the Champions League. And that we had to get into those five minutes without conceding the second goal. If they had scored the second goal, it was game over. I had hope. It didn’t look likely but it happened. We took all the risks and, in the end, it paid off. It’s a little bit of a gambling situation that happens in this kind of game and it worked tonight,” said Wenger.
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