first_imgTOTTENHAM are monitoring Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot while he continues to flop in Serie A.Maurizio Sarri’s midfield options are crowded to say the least and the Frenchman is yet to impress in Turin having arrived as a major summer signing.2 Rabiot is struggling to hold down a place in the Juve teamCredit: AFP or licensorsJuventus are paying him around £135,000-a-week but he has returned zero goals or assists in five appearances since arriving from Paris Saint-Germain.Perhaps there is an argument to be made that he was always going to need time having been outcast for so long in Paris, but such luxuries are not always on offer at the Old Lady.Therefore Calciomercato name Spurs as one team seriously thinking about a January move for Rabiot.The North London club are no strangers to this sort of speculation, joining Manchester United and Barcelona in scrapping for his signature in the summer.LADBROKES 1-2-FREE Simply predict Chelsea, Newcastle and Liverpool vs Spurs scores this coming week and win £100Fresh reports name Christian Eriksen as a potential part of a deal for Rabiot, the Danish playmaker’s contract expiring at the end of the season.There is still time for him to impress Sarri but there is a sense opportunities are running low.The Juve coach made the controversial decision to drop Emre Can from his Champions League squad amid a backlog of midfield options.latestSILVA’S GOLDEN GIRLModel Ines Tomaz has been helping Bernardo Silva through quarantineGossipCROWD RETURNFA Cup final ‘may see 20,000 at Wembley in trial allowing some fans at games’CommentPHIL THOMASDiving and whining was never a good look and will seem worse after lockdownExclusive’I’M IN A BAD WAY’Ex-England star Kenny Sansom talks for first time since being attackedExclusiveBOURNE AGAINHowe says Cherries are stronger after lockdown with FIVE fit-again starsExclusiveSWAN THAT GOT AWAYSwansea wanted £3m Davies three years ago but couldn’t get work permitNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticBAYERN 5 DUSSELDORF 0Lewa bags two as Bayern thump rivals to close on 8th straight titleAnd January’s refresh of who can appear in Europe may see Rabiot swapped out.Sarri can rely on Miralem Pjanic, Aaron Ramsey and Rodrigo Bentacur should the Frenchman be swiftly moved on.Sami Khedira and Blaise Matuidi have also kept their spots in the team despite initial thoughts Sarri would ditch them.2Midfielder Adrien Rabiot arrives in Turin after transferring from PSG to Juventuslast_img read more

first_imgHe said: “It was clear it was never the intention of Son to create the problem that happened afterwards.”It is unbelievable to see a red card. In that situation we need to help because the decision of the referee was a yellow card but the VAR changed the decision.”It is the latest example of it being not clear. VAR needs to check if it was a bad tackle from Son and judge the action, not what happened after.”I don’t know what will happen now (in terms of an appeal). The club will see if it is possible but what we cannot change is what happened after (the incident).”BT Sport pundit Michael Owen labelled the decision as “shocking” while ex-Prem ref Mark Halsey told SunSport that the decision was wrong.Spurs can appeal on the grounds that it shouldn’t have been a red card and they can also appeal the automatic three-match ban.Ex-Premier League ref Mark HalseyI watched Son Heung-Min’s reckless challenge on Andre Gomes and thought the same as Martin Atkinson – yellow card.The Tottenham forward denied a promising attack but I didn’t think it was a serious foul play challenge and a red card.Son’s foul did not endanger the player’s safety and it was so unfortunate that Everton midfielder Gomes’ studs caught in the turf before his sickening collision with Serge Aurier.Initially, Atkinson had a yellow card in his hand but having seen the reaction on the player’s faces and the crowd he gave himself more thinking time by putting it back in his pocket.With emotions running high, Atkinson then issued a red card on the basis of his human response.Atkinson should not receive any criticism because any referee in that horrible position would have done the same.We do not know if VAR official Anthony Taylor got involved but the cold technology could have helped Atkinson.Son has been red carded for the unfortunate consequences of what happened next, not for the foul itself.So I have to ask the question, since when did the laws of the game say the outcome of a foul dictates the appropriate disciplinary action? It’s not in the laws of the game.It’s a wrongful dismissal for Son and if VAR had got involved, I believe the South Korean would not have been sent off.Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says the club will appeal and I believe they will have every chance of the decision being overturned.A Premier League statement last night tried to protect the referee and justify the decision. But, in truth, that didn’t need to be issued so soon because everyone in football will only be thinking about the welfare of Gomes.most read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’NICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kidsIf the decision is upheld, Son will miss the Premier League fixtures at home to Sheffield United, away at West Ham and at home to Bournemouth.After the game, the Premier League released a statement explaining why the colour of the card had been upgraded.It read: “The red card for Son was for endangering the safety of a player which happened as a consequence of his initial challenge.”Heartbroken Son switched off his phone and went straight home to his parents at the full-time whistle.According to The Athletic, the distraught playmaker “did not want to engage with anyone” in the wake of the freak incident.It is thought that Tottenham will offer him “psychological counselling” to get over the trauma, say the Daily Mail.4 Son was left in floods of tears after the injuryCredit: Reuters4 Pochettino slammed the decision to award Son a red cardCredit: ReutersMauricio Pochettino brands Son’s sending off ‘unfair’ after referee Martin Atkinson changes his mind from yellow card to red Son breaks down in tears as Gomes screams in agony from broken ankleProof Martin Atkinson changed his mind on Son red card after horror Gomes injuryPrem release statement on why Son was sent off after Gomes leg horrorEverton confirm surgery for Gomes on Monday after breaking right ankleEverton stars including Coleman went into Spurs dressing room to comfort SonSon ‘in Spurs changing room in tears refusing to lift head’ after Gomes woeTosun recalls harrowing moment Andre Gomes lay crying in shock with his eyes wide open after Son tackle  TOTTENHAM are set to appeal Son Heung-min’s red card following the horror injury to Andre Gomes.The South Korean was sent off by referee Martin Atkinson after his challenge caused the Everton star to suffer a broken and dislocated right ankle.4 Son was shown a straight red card due to the severity of Gomes’ injuryCredit: AFP or licensors4 Tottenham are set to appeal the red cardCredit: AFP or licensorsAtkinson had initially planned to show Son a yellow but the severity of the injury saw him change his decision to a straight red card.Son, 27, was left inconsolable following the injury and was in floods of tears inside the Spurs dressing room.Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino labelled Atkinson’s decision to show his star forward a red card as “unbelievable.”After the game the Argentine boss hinted that the club will appeal Son’s red.last_img read more

first_imgIt is widely-believed Bale almost did come back to England when Manchester United tried to sign him in 2017.And Barnett added: “Every club wanted him. He was happy at Madrid. He was not for sale then, he was one of the best players in the world.“He’s not for sale now. Real Madrid have always shown great respect for him, the president has always been a Bale fan and shows him unbelievable respect.”Gareth Bale leaves shock Real Madrid defeat early with his side trailing 4-1 GARETH BALE “wanted to make Chinese football great” after receiving an offer that was “impossible to refuse” last August.The Welsh wizard’s trophy-laden spell at Real Madrid almost came to an end in the summer after boss Zinedine Zidane publicly stated he was free to leave.1 Gareth Bale ‘wanted to make Chinese football great’ when he was offered a mega-money move thereCredit: AP:Associated PressAnd the 30-year-old had his heart set on a move to Asia following a big-money offer from the Chinese Super League – but the Galacticos refused to sell him.Bale’s agent Jonathan Barnett made the admission during an interview with AS – but he insists the rumoured Tottenham target won’t be going anywhere this year.He said: “He got an offer that was impossible to refuse. But Real Madrid wouldn’t sell him. They [the Chinese club] couldn’t pay what Madrid wanted.“He wanted to create a legacy. He wanted to bring Chinese football up. He had a vision that he could make Chinese football great. He’s won everything that he can win, and he’s done it many times.He got an offer that was impossible to refuse. But Real Madrid wouldn’t sell him.Jonathan Barnett on Gareth Bale’s nearly move to China“It was to create a legacy, his name, to be the first great player to go to China. But it wasn’t to be… And the money was special too. It would have made him the highest paid player on Earth.“He’s not interested in going anywhere. China was a completely different thing. He plays for Real Madrid, you know.”Bale, who is out of contract in 2022 at the Bernabeu, was heavily linked with a deadline day return to Spurs.But Barnett says a second spell in the Premier League is extremely unlikely.He said: “It’s what his lifestyle wants. He loves Madrid. His children have been there since they were babies, they speak Spanish, believe it or not. The whole lifestyle is fantastic.“I was there two days ago in Madrid, it was 15 degrees, beautiful. Here it’s freezing cold. If you’re one of the greatest footballers to have ever played, why do you want to…”last_img read more

first_imgMANCHESTER CITY’S Carabao Cup victory ensured the race for European football hots up in the Premier League – with seven in the hunt.Uefa rules mean the top four in the Premier League qualify for the Champions League and there are three Europa League spots up for grabs.2 Manchester City won the Carabao Cup once again, opening up another Europa League spot from the Premier LeagueCredit: AFP or licensorsThose three are originally planned for the team that finishes fifth in the Prem, the League Cup winners and the FA Cup champs.But with City winning their sixth domestic title out of seven and almost certain to finish within the top five, that opens up sixth for a Europa League spot.Should one of those top six also win the FA Cup, therefore, seventh would be good enough for a European place.However, add into the mix the fact that – as things stand – Manchester City are banned from Uefa competition for the next two seasons, and that would open up EIGHTH place for the Europa League play-offs.City deny any wrongdoing despite being found guilty of breaching Financial Fair Play regulations and have launched their appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.If they are unsuccessful, though, and finish inside the top four, the team that finishes fifth would automatically qualify for the Champions League.As things stand, with the City ban upheld and the FA Cup winners yet to be decided, Liverpool, Leicester, Chelsea and Manchester United would be the four English representatives at Europe’s top table in 2020/21.Chelsea are fourth on 45 points, three clear of Manchester United in fifth.MAKE YOUR DEBUT Bet £5 get £20 in free bets for new customers at LadbrokesThe Red Devils are level on points with Wolves in sixth – who would qualify for the Europa League – and two clear of Tottenham and Sheffield United on 40.Spurs’ goal difference is three better than the Blades’ which would mean they get into the Europa League and leave Chris Wilder relying on his side or one of the other top seven winning the FA Cup.Burnley are ninth on 38, with Arsenal and Everton level on 37 and still in the running with European aspirations – Arsenal.Latest Premier League newsExclusiveBOURNE AGAINHowe says Cherries are stronger after lockdown with FIVE fit-again starsLive BlogTOON LATESTNewcastle takeover LIVE: Follow all the latest updates in Saudi sagaLive Blogblues newsChelsea news LIVE – Latest updates from Stamford BridgeLive Blogunited newsMan Utd news LIVE – Latest updates from Old TraffordLive BlogGunners newsArsenal news LIVE – Latest updates from the EmiratesExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidHEAT IS OFFHeaton will miss Aston Villa’s 10-game relegation dogfight with knee injuryPASSED THE TESTHuge boost to Project Restart with ZERO positive results in new Covid testsArsenal, Manchester City, Sheffield United and relegation-threatened Aston Villa have 11 games to play due to the Carabao Cup final at the weekend – the rest have ten.However, even if they do not finish inside the top five, Wolves and United could get into the Champions League via the backdoor route.The Europa League winners are granted a free pass into the Champions League for the following season, regardless of their league position, and both Wolves and United will fancy their chances of going the distance.2 There are still plenty of teams that will have European qualification aspirations for next seasonMan City kitman Brandon Ashton celebrates in traditional style after Carabao Cup winlast_img read more

first_img“It wasn’t our best day… the first 30 minutes was a good arm wrestle but that try just before halftime made it hard. Second half they held well under pressure at times but they were too good.”After four games at Pepper Stadium the Panthers have only managed to send their fans home happy on the one occasion with their Round 4 victory against the Knights.Panther fans should be used to it though after the side dropped three of four games at the beginning of the 2016 season before finishing strongly to charge into the finals in the second half of the year.Despite the results, Griffin didn’t think the side deserved a two wins and five-loss record to open the year.”I think we’ve been a bit better at times. There’s probably one or two like last week or the Roosters game where we learn how to close that out or we get those games, you feel a bit better about yourself,” he said.”But the opposition today they’re the premiers for a reason. They were very ruthless, they were very clinical and they did a job on us [although] we helped them a fair bit with losing our composure.”Frustration was the first word used by Matt Moylan to describe the game, before the 25-year-old was forced to open up on the off-field drama at the Panthers involving himself and the captaincy in recent weeks.”It was very tight at the start then we sort of let it slip especially that second half,” Moylan said.”[The captaincy is] a role I want to do and it’s a honour to captain a club like this so nothing’s changed.”Obviously it was a mistake by us, we missed out on an opportunity and we owe our teammates for what we did last week and we’ve got to repay them for the rest of the year.”Griffin has thrown his support behind Moylan as the Panthers leader in recent weeks and again reiterated there was no change to that sentiment despite Moylan being visibly down on confidence and under media scrutiny.”The last couple of weeks has seen a tough period for everybody at the club, but Matt is the captain and that’s not going to change from our end,” Griffin said.”We’ll help him develop and he’s shown a lot of strength and character over the last couple of years. I want him to be in that role.” The Panthers were held tryless for the first time since 2015 and were guilty of turning the ball over inside the Sharks’ 20-metre zone early in the tackle count on several occasions.Griffin admitted the Sharks defence was too strong and applied the pressure when it mattered most to rattle the Panthers’ attacking structures.”I thought they (Cronulla) did [frustrate us], we fell behind on the scoreboard and we attacked based on what the scoreboard was saying rather than settling down and trying to build some pressure,” Griffin said after the match.”They are a very good defensive side but clearly our attack was nowhere near what it needed to be patience-wise or more direction-wise. last_img read more

first_imgWith teams taking on their final rounds in the pools, Pool B will kick start the final pool games with Vodafone Fiji in a crucial clash against Vanuatu before the favourites New Zealand All Whites go up against the Solomon Islands.In Group A, host team Papua New Guinea will be confident of going through as they take on Samoa tomorrow evening at 4pm at the Sir John Guise stadium, leaving French rivals Tahiti and New Caledonia to go head to head for the other semi-final berth. After the semi-finals to find the top two teams of each pool, the winner of Group A will play     Runner-up Group B while the Winner Group B will challenge Runner-up of Group A to find the two winning teams to play the grand final.last_img

first_imgAnthony Cummings, whose late father Bart trained Saintly, paid tribute to the gelding when he announced his death on Friday morning.”Saintly, the horse from heaven, has gone home,” he tweeted.”He gave us so much.”Saintly, ridden by jockey Darren Beadman, was only the fourth horse at the time to have won the Melbourne Cup and Cox Plate in the same year, joining the likes of Phar Lap (1930).He was named Australia’s champion racehorse in 1997 but was forced to retire the following year largely because of injury.Aside from his victories in the Melbourne Cup and Cox Plate, Saintly was also triumphant in the Australian Cup at Flemington in 1996 and the CF Orr Stakes at Caulfield in 1997.Bart Cummings, who trained a record 12 Melbourne Cup winners, had a soft spot for Saintly, even renaming his training base after his decorated charge.A ‘special bond’Joe Agresta was a long-time track rider for Bart Cummings, riding his horses every morning from 1980 until they parted ways in 2014.Agresta said although he felt racing never saw the best of Saintly, his famous trainer always knew he was special.”Bart always had a gleam in his eye every time he was around the horse … it was like he had a special bond with the horse,” he said.Agresta said Bart Cummings could already tell Saintly would be an outstanding racehorse just months after he was born.”About two months after he was born, he was watching him the paddock … he (Cummings) said ‘This horse is going to be a champion’ … and he was right,” he said.The death of Saintly comes only two months after the passing of his great rival, Octagonal.The pair famously went head to head in 1996 in the Rosehill Guineas and the Australian Derby at Randwick, with the John Hawkes-trained Octagonal, who was ridden by Beadman, relegating Saintly to second place on both occasions.Saintly also finished third to ‘The Big O’ in the Mercedes Classic as Rosehill the same year.last_img read more

first_img“We did not come for a walk” Zidane First time in Arabia: “Yes. And the enthusiasm for the competition is tremendous. We don’t come for a walk. We know there will be difficulties, but we’re not going to walk, we have to give everything.”The defense: “To attack well you have to defend well. And we are doing it. On the offensive level we have to show many resources.”Opening of Arabia: “I am happy to be here, because the competition is important. The personal issue is something else. I am here for a professional matter and they have received us very well. We are glad for that.”Team Solidarity: “If we are strong behind and they make us few goals, we have quality to annoy any rival. Tomorrow is totally different. We are all convinced that we will pass.”Luka Jovic: “It is the future. He is 21 years old, he is learning and he has changed countries. He wants to learn a lot, works well and is very good. He will score many goals. Everyone says it, but it seems to me, in addition, a complete player” . The December game against Valencia: “Every game is a world. We are both away from home. This is another competition, a semifinal. Everything changes. With the casualties there will be other teams. Cheerfully we are happy, happy. We will put all our energy.” Zidanecenter_img Zinedine Zidane appeared before the media in Jeddah, in the previous one of the semifinal of the Spanish Super Cup against Valencia. The French coach analyzed the actuality of Real Madrid and revealed the ownership of Luka Jovic to replace the injured Benzema: “It is a clear option, an important option.”Despite the casualties, what are your feelings? “The sensations are good, although we lose players like Bale and Benzema, but it is our turn now. There is a very long squad and we know that the others are there to respond. We are ready to make a good game tomorrow.”Is it possible in case of beating Valencia that Bale travels to the final? “I am looking only tomorrow, I do not look further. For us we are focused on that and without thinking about it later. Then we will see. In the end, Bale’s has been a medical decision and we accept it.”After Benzema’s leave, is tomorrow the only option to replace him is Jovic or does something different arise?: “Jovic is a clear choice, but as always. You’ll see it tomorrow. But it’s an important option.”How about the Super Cup being played in Saudi Arabia? “Well, we’re here to play a game outside and we adapt. We think about tomorrow’s game, which is a semifinal but for us it’s a final. We didn’t come for a walk.” “Jovic is an important option against Valencia” Some images were seen in Istanbul in which Jovic seemed to have trouble understanding his instructions. Is language being a problem? “Is that my Spanish is very bad (laughs). No, the boy wants to learn. You have to go slowly with him, he has only been on the team for five months. Peace of mind and patience, because he is a player that has cost us a lot. It is the future”.Is Madrid the favorite? “The four of us are favorites. There is a final tomorrow and we do not see beyond, there is no plan beyond.”Absences: “It is what it is. I would like to have everyone. Also Hazard or Marco Asensio. Ours are the ones who are here and we are ready. It is an opportunity.”last_img read more

first_imgCardsReferee: Javier Alberola RojasVAR Referee: José Luis Munuera MonteroOlaza (56 ‘, Yellow) Bale (71 ‘, Yellow) Carvajal (73 ‘, Yellow) Okay Yokuslu (75 ‘, Yellow Goals0-1, 6 ‘: Fedor Smolov, 1-1, 51 ‘: Kroos, 2-1, 64 ‘: Sergio Ramos, 2-2, 84 ‘: Santi Mina ChangesPione Sisto (54 ‘, Kevin Vázquez), Denis Suarez (69 ‘, Fedor Smolov), Vinicius Junior (72 ‘, Hazard), Modric (80 ‘, Kroos), Santi Mina (82 ‘, Filip Bradaric), Ferland Mendy (83 ‘, Bale) The Celtic, on the other hand, boasted central and wisdom of Rafinha, a reference midfielder, definitely the team’s beacon. And he regretted not going to rest with more advantage because Courtois was feline in a header from Aidoo at the exit of a corner. That shot would have killed Madrid.The second part returned to the team Zidane some verticality and good sense in the game, although it began with a goal annulled to Ramos, self-proclaimed nine of the team. But the somewhat valid had a very different style, in a combination Benzema-Marcelo and delayed pass of the Brazilian who Kroos finished with surgical precision, which has scored more goals for Celta than any other team. The wind change of Madrid came inspired by the German and Casemiro, lighthouse and lighthouse keeper. They took the ball and breathing from Celta and the others walked for the cause.In a few minutes Madrid culminated the comeback. Benzema put a pass through the gorge to Hazard which he was barely getting and no goal option when Rubén ran over him. Ramos penalty and goal of Ramos, this time in natural luck.Oscar put Sisto, elf and trasto in one body. Y Alberola lent a hand to Madrid by forgiving Bale’s red for a foul entry to Rafinha. Only then was Celta what it looks like, a team full of good foot players. Madrid felt threatened and Zidane ended up putting Modric, a player with enormous magnetism in the center of the field. A match killer. And then to Mendy. But Celta did better with the changes. Two substitutes, Denis Suárez and Santi Mina, pin and executor, hung the tie medal, to confirm that the equipment is not what it seems in the table. The one hundred point champions are over as the video clubs are over. The new era will be full of matches like Saturday at Camp Nou or east of the Bernabéu, in which Celta, who came to the game in decline and left out of it, showed that he lives up to the League. Madrid sent more than finished, issue that has been pending for a year and a half, left two points and has Barca back in the cogote.In a way away from his style, with an unusual collectivism, almost a rarity in the house, Madrid has survived the two months and peak without Hazard, the player who must bring spring. He returned without anesthesia, in the initial eleven, and before Celta, a team that lives clearly below their means. A racehorse among workhorses. One of those teams whose elegance makes them especially vulnerable in the south of the table. Hazard’s was not Zidane’s only surprise, determined not to leave anyone behind either in advance or withdrawal. So he repeated with Bale, a matter of faith in which he is about to be left alone, and gave the game to Marcelo, relegated by a side of suture like Mendy, threatened by four yellow. But Bale and Marcelo are so far from themselves.A melodic alignment that He soon encountered the adversity of a Celta goal. A goal that deserves a separate chapter for its accuracy. Aspas put a deep pass through the eye of the needle and Smolov only needed two master touches to beat Courtois: control in the race and a shot placed. Until then, Madrid had not managed to filter a pass in that lag of five that Oscar Garcia takes under the arm to the big stages, although he was recovering soon, accelerated the circulation of the ball and moved the Galicians from band to band. Celta reached the goal without the ball. And without the ball he then defended halfway between accumulation and order, with some parenthesis of Rafinha, the best out of the Galicians, and Aspas, an exceptional player inside and outside the area.Madrid threw the tick of the thick days: send centers to the area incessantly, many to Tuntun, tired of not finding roads below. And so the thing does not go beyond inviting Ramos to change area, something that does not need to insist too much. A strategy for Jovic … without Jovic. Hazard entered and left the left, Bale did not move from the right, Benzema was drowned in that defensive mash and the thrust of the flyers was insufficient.Oscar’s decisive changesSo Madrid went to rest with a huge ball, a clear conscience in recovery and two distant auctions of Casemiro and Marcelo and a closer and higher Bale, after combination Hazard-Benzema, society that promises. But he missed Modric and Isco, players who break lines, and Vinicius.last_img read more

first_imgThe coach explained that he made peace with Allan, who was not summoned for the match with Cagliari for training poorly (“I have no grudge and these days it has worked well”), while He left Koulibaly’s presence almost ruled out for the Champions appointment: “We’ll see in five, six days how he is. He knows his body.” Rino Gattuso, as expected, He doesn’t want to know anything about Barça until Saturday. It’s more: If I could choose between eliminating the Catalans and qualifying for the Europa League, I would not hesitate to choose the second option. “Because it would mean winning many more games”explained the coach of Naples, that tomorrow he will play in Brescia, he needs points to continue believing in the European comeback (ninth march, two points from sixth place) and does not want to have more scares.The partneopei won five of the last six games played, beating Lazio, Juventus, Inter, Sampdoria and Cagliari, but they unexpectedly fell in San Paolo before Lecce. Gattuso continues “without trusting” and has ensured that nobody, in the locker room, talked about Barça, although he jokingly added that If the Catalans are in crisis, “we live in the hospital.”last_img read more