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Daily Archives: September 19, 2019

Andy Robertson mentally strong, must have reason for deactivating Twitter: Trent Alexander-Arnold


Andy Robertson and Jordan Henderson after Liverpool’s 0-2 defeat to Napoli in the Champions League on Wednesday (vetembaste Photo) After Liverpool’s euphoric start to the season, a trip to Italy provided a more sobering experience for Trent Alexander-Arnold and his teammates. Five successive victories had sent Liverpool five points clear at the top of the Premier League. There had already ...

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Big test for Frank Lampard’s youngsters as Liverpool visit Chelsea


Frank Lampard’s Chelsea have won two out of five matches in this EPL season so far (Source: vetembaste) Frank Lampard‘s young Chelsea side face a major test of their progress when they face Liverpool at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League on Sunday. Last week’s impressive 5-2 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers showed Chelsea’s potential with striker Tammy Abraham grabbing a ...

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Did not want to send message but PSG controlled the game: Coach Thomas Tuchel


Paris St Germain coach Thomas Tuchel gestures. (Source: vetembaste) After three consecutive last-16 eliminations in the Champions League, Paris St Germain were taking their impressive 3-0 victory over Real Madrid on Wednesday with a large pinch of salt. In their first Champions League game since Manchester United’s shock 3-1 win in Paris knocked them out last season, PSG were brilliant ...

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Chelsea to assess Mason Mount injury after Valencia defeat


Mason Mount in pain after being injured. (Source: vetembaste) Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is sweating over the fitness of Mason Mount ahead of Sunday’s Premier League clash against Liverpool after the midfielder was forced off with an ankle injury against Valencia. Mount’s Champions League debut lasted nine minutes after a horror tackle by Valencia’s Francis Coquelin in Chelsea’s 1-0 defeat ...

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Ajax’s emphatic win against Lille does not win many plaudits


Nicolas Tagliafico celebrates scoring their third goal with teammates. (Source: vetembaste) Ajax Amsterdam might have made an emphatic start to their Champions League group campaign by blitzing Lille 3-0 on Tuesday, but coach Erik ten Hag was far from pleased with some aspects of their play. Ten Hag said Ajax’s performance could have been better had they stuck to pre-arranged ...

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