news in tweets
BVB aren't paying him Chinese wages, surely?
Willian wants to make one thing clear to Maurizio Sarri: don't be like Antonio Conte. pic.twitter.com/UeBnuR17I1— ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) August 6, 2018
ESPN has conducted comprehensive research to determine how the 17/18 PL table would have looked if luck was not a factor.— ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) August 7, 2018
The ESPN Luck Index, powered by @IntelUK found that Man Utd were the luckiest team, and Liverpool were the unluckiest.
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Remember when Courtois went AWOL to force his move to ... Chelsea. Didn’t turn up for a friendly game against Lyon and the fan day. A few hours later his move to Chelsea (with Atlético loan) was a done deal.— Kristof Terreur 📰 (@HLNinEngeland) August 6, 2018
Newcastle United’s players have withdrawn cooperation with the media as part of a dispute with the club over bonuses for the upcoming season. The players refused to give their time for “walk up” shots for TV companies at the training ground today.— Keith Downie (@SkySports_Keith) August 6, 2018
Jordi Mestre explica que la cláusula de Arturo Vidal es de 300 millones y firma por 3 temporadas. No da cifras del traspaso, "por petición del Bayern". Han pagado 19 fijos más 3 variables— Edu Polo (@EduPolo) August 6, 2018
Jordi Mestre explains that the clause of Arturo Vidal is 300 million and signs for 3 seasons. It does not give figures of the transfer, "at the request of Bayern". Have paid 19 fixed plus 3 variables
All well and good for #mufc and supporters to chastise Raiola but agents rarely act independent of their players’ instructions. After being touted to City in Jan, now Pogba looking at Barca on eve of season. Reflects poorly on him, too.— Adam Crafton (@AdamCrafton_) August 6, 2018
news in links
- Liverpool unluckiest Premier League team & Manchester United luckiest, says study The Reds dropped 12 points in matches affected by wrongly disallowed goals or incorrect decisions on penalties and red cards, says a study conducted by ESPN, Intel and the University of Bath.It says United gained six points over incidents that went in their favour.