Have you spotted what Eden Hazard does but Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi do not?

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Have you spotted what Eden Hazard does but Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi do not?

Post by chanoudom » Mon Oct 15, 2018 6:11 am

Have you spotted what Eden Hazard does but Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi do not?

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รวม ทาง เข้า sbo SKY SPORTS pundit Steve Sidwell has made some interesting observations at how Eden Hazard differs to Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Former Chelsea midfielder Sidwell is a huge Hazard fan and he believes he is one of the best in the business. But he has spotted one major difference between the Belgian and Ronaldo and Messi - he is far more light-hearted on the pitch. While Ronaldo and Messi are often seen looking stern, Hazard casts a far happier figure.

"What I love about him when I watch him play is he always has a smile on his face," Sidwell said. "He's not as serious as the Ronaldos and Messis. He seems to be that he could go again - does that make sense? รวม ทาง เข้า sbo "It's like he's got another level to go and the way his team play, I remember watching the West Ham game a few weeks back, he was desperate for Morata to score. "He went through and tried to backheel it for Morata when he could have scored himself.

"For him to propel himself to the next, next level, he would need to be a man possessed and score more goals. "But still, he's a phenomenal world class player." Hazard last week declared it his 'dream' to play for Real Madrid and admitted some days he would rather not be at Chelsea. But his honest admission was seen as a refreshing one and Sidwell thinks he should stay at Stamford Bridge for years,

He added: "Whenever you see the cameras on him at the training ground, รวม ทาง เข้า sbo you can tell he's a top boy at Chelsea and it doesn't get to his head. "All the suggestions say why would you leave if you're that happy there. "If you're living in London and the family life is good then stay and win us the Champions League and be an absolute legend at the club behind the likes of John Terry, Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard."
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Rui Patricio: The bargain of the season?

Post by chanoudom » Tue Oct 16, 2018 4:59 am

Rui Patricio: The bargain of the season?
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sbobet มือ ถือ Having gained promotion to the Premier League in style last season, Wolverhampton Wanderers were rightly determined to make their mark in the top-flight and naturally did some excellent business over the summer months - making shrewd acquisitions along the way.

Without a doubt though, the best piece of transfer business they made was signing Portugal international Rui Patricio. To complete a deal for the experienced shot-stopper, one of his pedigree at 30-years-old, he still has plenty of years left to perform at the highest level and could prove to be one of the league's bargains of the campaign.

In a summer where the record transfer fee sbobet มือ ถือ for goalkeepers was broken twice by an English side - Liverpool for Alisson, Chelsea for Kepa, Patricio represents an excellent piece of business from Wolves' perspective. In him, they have an ambitious player who was prepared to terminate his contract with Sporting and make a move to England, where he'd have to acclimatise to a different league, language and culture too.

Important saves and excellent displays justify the hype
So far, so good. Patricio has adapted quickly to the physical nature of England's top-flight and has now kept four clean sheets in his last five appearances - justifying the high expectations upon arrival. Already he has produced some excellent saves this term, including against Manchester City at home, where Pep Guardiola's men were continually pressing for more than their opening (and only) goal.

He was also impressive against Crystal Palace and his reliability has had a positive impact on Wolves' tight-knit backline - Matt Doherty, Willy Boly and Jonny in particular have benefited. So naturally, sbobet มือ ถือ Nuno will be hoping they can do better than just survive this campaign.

Concluding thoughts
For a goalkeeper, 30 is not an age that is past their peak. Patricio is another prime example of that. Multiple reports have since emerged following his move that Wolves will be forced to pay some compensation Sporting's way, but even still, he has already proven his worth and is impressive.
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Coleman unhappy with 'harsh' Andrews remarks

Post by chanoudom » Mon Oct 22, 2018 1:55 am

Coleman unhappy with 'harsh' Andrews remarks

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Seamus Coleman made a winning comeback from injury with a bit of help from Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford at Goodison Park. But the Ireland captain is unhappy with his former team-mate Keith Andrews for some of the criticism he aimed at Martin O'Neill's side during a difficult October double header.

The absence of Coleman due to a stress fracture complicated things sbobetsh for O'Neill's side, with the 30-year-old failing in his attempt to return for national service. He was back on the pitch yesterday and gave away a penalty that was saved by Pickford - he stopped Luka Milivojevic's second-half spot-kick after Coleman was adjudged to have fouled Wilfried Zaha.

The game was scoreless at the time, and the Toffees went on to take the points courtesy of late goals from subs Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Cenk Tosun. Coleman had Irish matters on the mind when he spoke to Newstalk afterwards. Andrews had described Ireland's year as the 'worst in living memory' and that offended the skipper.

"We're going through a tough time, sbobetsh" said the 30-year-old. "Keith has been part of teams himself that could have been questioned at times. It's very easy from a pundit's position "I've to bite my tongue at times. Keith has got a job to do. He has really taken to punditry and might have been trying to make a name for himself by being a little bit harsh the other night.

"That's his job. When he was a player it was his job to get on the ball and make things happen and at times he didn't do that. It's difficult. "As players, we're all together. We want to be as passionate as we can for our country. sbobetsh"Sometimes it's hard to take that criticism, Keith would say the same when he was a player - he got plenty of criticism and would have agreed it was hard to take.
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