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Like-new-signing Barkley believes this is going to be his season to shine like new

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Like-new-signing Barkley believes this is going to be his season to shine like new

Post by chanoudom » Sat Oct 27, 2018 8:32 am

Like-new-signing Barkley believes this is going to be his season to shine like new

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When the referee’s final whistle blew on Thursday night, in Chelsea’s 3-1 win over BATE Borisov in the Europa League, it was only the second time all-season that Ross Barkley did not play even a single minute of the preceding 90 on display.

188bet With six starts and six substitute appearances to his name in Chelsea 14 matches this season (including the Community Shield), Barkley has firmly established himself as part of Sarri’s midfield rotation, building on an excellent preseason under the new head coach. That feat is even more impressive if we consider that he has to battle two other players for the third midfielder position since Jorginho and N’Golo Kanté have the other two roles on lockdown. And it’s even more impressive considering that this time last year, he was in the middle of trying to recover from a nasty hamstring tear.

Even after making his bargain-rate Chelsea switch in January — Chelsea paid £15m with just six months left on Ross’s Everton contract to avoid any market shenanigans — Barkley hardly featured. He was not ready to play, 188bet physically, mentally, tactically.

To his credit, Ross did not give up. Quite the opposite in fact. He knuckled down, worked his butt off, and has gotten his career back on track. Almost like a new signing! Now back in the England squad as well, he’s hoping to continue going from strength to strength.

Barkley has a mini, two-match scoring streak going, with the second of those coming in the 96th minute against Manchester United last weekend to keep Chelsea’s unbeaten start going. 188bet While he’s only actually started 3 of Chelsea’s 9 Premier League matches so far, given that both Kovačić and Loftus-Cheek started on Thursday, Ross could be in line for a runout at Burnley tomorrow.

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Dani Alves says 'it is not possible' he will finish career without coming to Premier League

Post by chanoudom » Mon Nov 12, 2018 10:41 am

Dani Alves says 'it is not possible' he will finish career without coming to Premier League

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Dani Alves says "it is not possible" he will finish wwwpic5678 his career without experiencing life in the Premier League. The Paris Saint-Germain right-back has played for a number of Europe's top clubs - including Barcelona and Juventus - but revealed to Sky Sports he turned down moves to Chelsea and Manchester City.

However, while the 35-year-old does not confirm whether he will play in England, he insists he will make it to the Premier League "one way or the other". wwwpic5678 He told The Telegraph: "The idea that I might finish my career without going to the Premier League, it is not possible. "For sure, this is the most amazing football in the world. First, because of the respect for the players from the fans, and then because of the passion on the pitch.

"If I can play, that would be perfect, but I will make it there one way or the other." Alves has been out injured since last season, and therefore missed PSG's 3-2 defeat to Liverpool in the Champions League earlier in the campaign. While they are cruising domestically - they have won all 13 of their Ligue 1 matches to date - PSG are third in their Champions League group, and Alves admits complacency may have become an issue.

"Not many teams have better players than PSG, but they need to understand the competition they are playing in," Alves said. "They are very comfortable in the French league, but they need to raise themselves for games against the biggest clubs. wwwpic5678 "I don't think PSG really understood what they were confronting when they faced Liverpool. It was like they didn't realise who they were playing. "They're on their way to understanding it. If not, they will learn the cost."

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