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Ali Project

Prince Ali, the former presidential candidate of FIFA, is going to take a charity project for soccer worldwide. This is mainly to bring together all the work that is being done to encourage soccer, and using the sport as a way of making some people’s lives a little bit better – with their first project to help out Jordan’s Syrian refugees.

According to reports, the Prince has an elaborate plan to get his foundation – Association Football Development Program – to donate equipment, fund projects on a global scale, and offer expert management for those who need it. This will be announced at the launch to take place at Arsenal’s Emirates stadium in London.




The Owner Of Peterborough Has Proposed A Draft For Clubs Of Premier League

The owner of Peterborough has proposed a draft for the youngsters of Premier League and said that they should be entered into a draft of US-style and they should be picked for clubs of League one and League two and should take on a season-lasting loan.

The owner who is Darragh MacAnthony, currently lives in the US, recently launched a debate on the platform of social media that the high rated and top-flight clubs should try to put forward their 5 best players of 17- 20 years old for a draft pick which will be televised that he believes could solve the financial troubles faced by the clubs of EFL which will ultimately help the youngsters to get enough chance to play games and prove their talent.




Crystal Palace needs to score more

Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson believes that his team should be scoring more goals. He said that this is why they have experienced some poor form during recent weeks. Indeed Crystal Palace has managed to score only five times in their last nine games. He said that his team keeps creating opportunities but unfortunately they could not score the much-needed goals.

Roy Hodgson said that it does not matter whether you have plenty of possession or creating lots of opportunities if you do not put them in the back of the net. He said that you need to score goals if you want to win games and unfortunately for them, they are unable to do that at the moment.




West Ham United boss admits disappointment after Chelsea draw

West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini has indicated that his team should have taken the scoring opportunities which came for grabs during the London derby versus Chelsea at the London Stadium. Maurizio Sarri’s side dominated the proceedings with more than two-thirds of the possession but the Hammers were the ones with the clear-cut chances with both Andriy Yarmolenko and Michail Antonio fluffing their lines.

Speaking after the game, Pellegrini lamented about his side’s composure in front of goal and believes they should have at least taken one opportunity to score in the game which ended goalless. Despite this, the former Manchester City boss feels the players fulfilled his tactical demands for the derby and a draw is a fair point against a club of Chelsea’s calibre.




Jose Mourinho Revealed Antonio Valencia Could Miss The 2018-19 Season Start

Antonio Valencia the captain of Manchester United could miss the season start because of injury he sustained during the tour of Red Devils of the United States. The information has been revealed by manager Jose Mourinho. During the 0-0 draw of United with San Jose Earthquakes Valencia, the right-back limped off early, and after a penalty-shootout victory of the team over AC Milan Wednesday Mourinho said that Valencia may miss the beginning of the Premier League season (PLS)

He said “Valencia is injured and he is recovering, but I think he remained injured till the start of the Premier League season. Another player, Diogo Dalot is in the recovering phase as well, and I believe that even he will not be ready to play till the start of the Premier League.” The campaign of 2018-19 Premier League of United will kick off at 10th of August with a home clash opposite the Leicester City.




NEVILLE TO LEAD MANCHESTER CHARITY FOOTBALL MATCH

Manchester United legend Gary Neville is set to lead an all-star Manchester squad against their Liverpool counterpart in a charity football match, as per reports. The game would have as special guests the father of Saffie Roussos, the youngest of the 22 people killed in the Manchester Arena attack last year.

The Chair of the Hillsborough Family Support Group Margaret Aspinall is also a special guest at the game jointly hosted by the Mayor ofGreater Manchester Andy Burnham and Metro Mayor of Liverpool City Region Steve Rotherham.
The proceeds from the football match slated for Leigh Sports Village will go to homelessness charities, according to reports. The Hillsborough campaignerAspinall is expected to join the Greater Manchester Mayor Burnham in leading the teams onto the pitch before the game begins.




CONTE SURPRISED AT HAZARD’S BELGIUM CALL-UP

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he is surprised that Belgium invited Eden Hazard to the national team for their forthcoming World Cup qualifiers.


The playmaker has not played competitive football since suffering an ankle injury while on international duty back in June.

Hazard had to undergo surgery and he missed the pre-season games as he battled fitness concerns. The Italian claims the player should have been given time to fully recover. Conte might be afraid of his star player injuring himself again or straining the recovering ankle while on international duty. Chelsea have missed him so far and any more strains would really set the club against his national team.

“I was a coach of the national team with Italy so I respect the decision of the coach. If Hazard isn’t ready he will not play, it’s why he doesn’t play with us,” Conte proclaimed.




CARRAGHER: PLAYERS WANT CHANGE MORE THAN FANS

Jamie Carragher reacted sternly to Arsenal’s 3-0 massive loss in their second leg encounter with Crystal Palace last season.


The former Liverpool player poured his words undiluted as he expressed how he felt after the match.

The Sky Sports pundit was triggered by the unexpected loss which made him to accuse the players that they were “bleeping up” when their manager needed them the most.

He specifically blamed MezuitOzil and Alexis Sanchez for not performing up to par and for “disgracing” the team.

Carragher also alleged that Arsenal was too focused on top-four finish instead of focusing on the title itself.

“That was the fourth away match in a roll of which they conceded at least three goals in each.

“People will always talk about the coach and I do not think the fans are split, I suppose more of them demand change. But now, it can be easily concluded that the players want change more than the fans do,” Carragher said.