Brazilian player Anderson believes that the national team is ready for the World Cup. He said that the team has enjoyed a good preparation and that he is sure that they will have a great World Cup. However, he admitted that they will not be the favorites to win it as there are some other great teams that will be present in Russia.
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Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini has suggested that Dani Alves could pursue a move away from Paris Saint-Germain in the future. The Brazil international left the Bianconeri after just one season to join Les Parisiens earlier in the summer, but Chiellini fancies a similar repeat at the French capital.
Speaking to Premium Sport, Bonucci spoke fondly about his time with Alves, but stressed that it won’t be long before he pushes for a fresh challenge in his illustrious career, he said: “That’s what Dani is like. I think he will leave Paris Saint-Germain too, because he always needs new challenges. There is a lot of respect here for him, as he left good memories.”
Paris Saint-Germain superstar Neymar has identified Mohamed Salah as one of the players, who could standout at next summer’s World Cup finals in Russia. The Egypt international joined Liverpool on a club-record deal from AS Roma in the summer, and he has since been in splendid form for club and country.
Salah is already enjoying his best season of his professional career with 20 goals across all competitions for Liverpool, and he was most recently voted as BBC’s African Player of the Year. Speaking to Globoesporte, Neymar highlighted the main contenders for the World Cup, whilst given a special mention for Salah, he said: “The most well-known contenders [to win the World Cup] are the usual favourites.
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Brazilian midfielder Anderson believes that Brazil will have a tough campaign at the next World Cup in Russia. He said that he does not understand why many people are making Brazil the favourite to win the tournament as there are some stronger teams that will be taking part in the tournament.
The Brazilian player who currently plays in the Brazilian league with Coritiba Football Club said that it is true that the national team has improved since their last World Cup but there are far from being a team capable of winning the trophy.
Manchester United made it a frustrating homecoming for Wayne Rooney as they thrashed Everton 4-0 at Old Trafford on Super Sunday.
United’s all-time leading goal scorer watched his former team-mates take an early lead thanks to a fantastic strike from Antonio Valencia with just four minutes on the clock before late goals from Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Romelu Lukaku, who was scoring against his former club, and Anthony Martial put further gloss on the victory. Continue reading MAN UNITED THRASH EVERTON
Steven Anderson does not blame new Gers player Ryan Jack for the Murray Park incident that sidelined him for a month and made him miss out of featuring in Europe for St Johnstone.
The Saints captain accidently clashed with the Rangers player but he is set to return against Hartlepool after missing the FK Trakai game.
“It was accidental. Ryan Jack didn’t mean it. There was nothing malicious about the tackle and he was quick to apologize. These things happen in football. He just slipped and my leg was planted. So I was fortunate I didn’t do more damage to the knee,” he said when asked if he blames the Rangers new boy.
Anderson said the team thought the injury would be worse but that they were all relieved when the scan results returned informing them it was just bone bruising. He admitted that missing European football was “frustrating” and that not being available for the Trakai match was “more depressing.” Continue reading ANDERSON NOT BLAMING RYAN JACK