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"jadon sancho" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:18 min | 4 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"To call each of my kids this, my wife wasn't having it. Dixie dean is called 60 goals. It's like the myth that just a legend in it. No one will ever be Dixie 60 goals in 39 games for Everton in 1927, 1928. This was a giant of a man who apocryphally lost the testicle in a game and just kept on playing. It's always been taken. Only one. No, it's just a well, it's just a testicle. Keep feeding the ball. What do you get where I can get me out on it? To be a record just a testicle. Monster, no pain. No gain. It's like, he was changing what before JJ what really in every scouse JJ always been taken to be a record that will not be beaten. I'll land there. He's on pace for 66. And yes, he'll have injuries, Knox, maybe a dry spell, but I spoke to him last week, and I have rarely met a player with that mix of confidence, humility, self possession, a tremendous amount of self possession possession and awareness. And so clearly bloody motivated. So bloody mission driven, and that mission is just to seek and destroy which begs this question from our mailbag men and blazers at Gmail dot com do us the honors. Yeah, and this is something that came up from the broadcast team at the game as well. But this one from Mark dolce, great GF OP said, does this Raven after Harlan's hat trick against United? In the interest of parity, because that's, of course, what the Premier League care about. The Premier League should be discussing what handicaps could be imposed to even the playing field for upcoming city opponents. One, when harland and phone are both on the field at the same time, harland has to carry Foden in a baby Bjorn. Two, after harman's first goal and a match, he can only score subsequent goals with his buttocks. Still might be scoring this many goals. Three Holland has to play at least one half while wearing a Viking helmet made entirely of brunost that's a Norwegian Brown cheese. I think he's already doing that. I think he did that yesterday. So that one is not going to stop. I mean, I do watch him Dave. And one day if the Premier League you're going to have to change the rules to prevent dunking Lou alcindor style when the NCAA actually was it ten years, they had dunking eliminated from the college game after alcindor just dominated so imperiously with UCLA that they banned it. I don't know how you stop this, David. This is what it is. It's like you stop our lamp and KDB will kill you. You stop KDB, Foden, you stop folding, gun dewan, or Bernardo Silva, and the only one I think you can stop is Jack Grealish by asking him what an encyclopedia is. Yeah, that's war. Don't ask him the big questions, roger. Manchester United looking, let's just say very Liz trusts. Negative three goal difference. Ten R cut a bewildered figure postgame said Ronaldo wasn't brought on, partly out of quote respect for his career, and it was unclear to me if he meant his own or Ronaldo's. What do you make of just what united? What ten hog? Where are they go from here? Yeah, I mean, of course the Ronaldo thing. Now it's a massive distraction that he didn't bring him off the bench. He cleared the bench basically and didn't bring on Cristiano. The shots of him on the sideline looking very glum, clearly wanted out, didn't get out, not sure whether that's because the club wouldn't let him out or there weren't really any significant enough offers to get him out of there. Let's not forget the united have made some considerable progress forwards on the truck coming into this one. I think that ultimately there's going to be a lot of teams who are made to look like fools playing against this city team. I think they've just got to shake it all off and come back again and start playing. They were now the thing though until that is settle is going to be a considerable distraction. Amidst the wreckage of this destruction and actually a couple of united fans that I've spoken to who are attempting to grasp onto the straw of a slender positive that in this beatdown ten hag will take full permission to move ahead and enforce his style of playing. This has not been his style. Yes, there's been four wins, but it's been a pragmatic style that has kind of Jerry rigged style that has got them there. He wants pressing, collective football, Bruno doesn't press. Mctominay can't pass. Marcus Rashford is not his hold up striker. Jadon Sancho and Anthony will have to become more two way footballers and the kind of halfway style of the previous hard earned wins are going to they will. They have to change huge question marks now around the role of casimiro, not the most mobile, even though he's the most silverware outside of Ronaldo, bigger, bigger questions, obviously surround Ron Ron and who's next for the rebound game. Everton football club. 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"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:55 min | 5 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

"A bit. And he said, okay, he's the man that we need that ten heart really, really well. So let's just throw more and more cash at it. So the first offer, remember, was 85 million if I'm not mistaken. That was rejected. And now they're coming back with more. I mean, at that price, I said last time as a joke that you drive onto yourself to more profits. I mean, this time we're all driving. I mean, come on, a 100 million for someone that they will make a huge profit on who's been really good to them, but clearly it's not worth that money. Clearly, he's a very talented young player, but not to the level of someone paying that kind of price and can money for you. And two and three sorry, you don't know how well you would adapt to united, despite knowing how very well already, how you would adapt to the Premier League, all of that is still very risky, but at that price, there's no doubt now that I've understood and all the I actually Iraqi will sell them to united. Because this is all ten hard or ten high or ten high, I don't think John mirto and that inflection where sold on the idea to spend that much money again on a player of his caliber, let's say, because 100 million, let's be honest here is a top top world class player. Which antoni is not yet. And again, a bit for what we said about eastside earlier, it might become the best winger in the world, but right now is nowhere near that. Yes, he's very fancy on the eye because the left foot is incredible and he's got those skills and the first touches and everything you want, the €100 million is a lot of money. That's who ten hag wanted. Will he make a big difference? Is he a big improvement to rashford or long ago? Who have played white so far for united? Is because he knows ten hug and the system so well, but he still has a lot to prove. So it's still a big gamble. It's one might be taken for united and ten high, but again, let's not forget a €100 million is a lot of money. If it does go ahead, Robert, you kind of think, you're going to live by the sword die by the Soviet ten. How are you getting what you wanted? You better get results. Absolutely. You know, if the club's giving you a 100 million pounds to go and buy a player that's unproven at the very top level and understand it very well for Ajax in the visit, you've got to make sure he's a top class player when he comes to you. He's going to have to play most of those weeks and you're going to have to win football matches. And that's not going to be easy for ten hogg. He's an outstanding talent. There's no question about that as Joel said he's got a lovely left foot. He will score some goals here. Balls into the box. He plays very much like mahrez does for Manchester City, but he's not the player mahrez is at the moment. So it's a massive gamble I would say by ten hug, big boy timing. Well, they can't afford to have two white players around 200 million in Sancho and Anthony, who are not playing an underperforming. No, we saw the better side of Jadon Sancho on Monday night. It was much more like him and rashford looked as if the chest puffed out more confident. It took his goal brilliantly well. But he's been poor, and that needs to happen concession. They saw, yeah, you put, you put your money on the table and you bang the door as a manager for the board to spend the money. But they want to see a return from that money. Now, there's a lot. Of course it's a lot. But we've talked about it in this short today. The football one was just gone mad for money. And desperate. Eric ten hag is desperate. And so it's interesting. It's going to give us some harm to talk about, but yeah, I asked as Jill said, they're just sitting there going up at 5 million for you. 5 million for you. Lovely jubbly. Happy days. Thank you very much. Quite the opposite, though emotion for Harry Maguire at the moment, of course, didn't feature in united win against Liverpool

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:57 min | 5 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Surely and I think end up united with that office staying on the table at ice, they take it, it might still be there for them if they change their minds. And for gap Google, I think this one is a more straightforward one in case the Anthony really doesn't work out. With Anthony LA, if 80 million has been rejected, obviously it is a lot of money, but should Manchester united push and go higher. And this is the corner in which Martin just a united right now have put themselves in, where you are in a position that you're going to have to overpay. You're going to have to pay above market value if you're going to get players to come to Manchester United. And so if you look at Anthony, the player, yes, talented, a lot of potential. But is this yet another situation in which Manchester United go after a player go chase down a player because they're desperate they pay above market value and what you get is an inconsistent young player. Talented, don't get me wrong. Absolutely talented and a guy who could potentially blow up into something bigger. But paying 80 million, a 100 million for potential is it part that I think might just be united should be very careful with. But because you're chasing because you're desperate, you're no longer thinking about how much money you're spending, you are thinking about how do we win games. How are we dangerous in the final third? How do we create opportunities? And if this kid is able to create opportunities for us, then yeah, go get them and pay whatever you need to pay. That's desperation and when you're desperate, usually usually you don't make the best decisions. It's hard not to link that word desperate with these figures, isn't it? Well, I mean, the football people, the financial people, united, the whole thing has been a mess. They've only got to look at their own dealings last summer. I don't know off the top of my head the exact figure for Jadon Sancho, but it's looking like it was three times too much. No, I know he was expensive and I know they weren't going to get them out for 30 million. I understand that. But it seems to be when we're looking at the Euros last summer. It was last summer. And it was a bit of a head scratcher at times. We talked about a couple of players. Well, strange gorillas hasn't played. But strange, Jadon Sancho is not getting more game time. But then you look at the inconsistencies and the young minds performance and I know he was better at Dortmund, but dorms Dortmund. There's Germany. There's no energy in the nose in England. Premier League is back quicker, but faster, no matter what anybody says. And he's not and the precious cranked up man united. So I think they have to be looking at it and going to put a 100 million for a wing. He's a regular. Well, another winger. Do we go a 100 million again? From the Dutch league, it's not as strong as the Premier League and I think they're all looking at each other thinking, I think they're all looking in this room. Whoever's in it, four or 5, 6 people, and none of them believe what they're making the right decision here. Financially or football wise, because they're looking at the sailors that have come in, some of them, and the ones that may be coming in and the money that it costs and got good, it seems like a lot of money again. It's another risk because what they've done before generally hasn't worked. And they've paid fortunes and know they're going to have days early says desperate cops know the desperate and they haven't gone pay fortunes again. For some players that are still arrest, Casimir is not a risk, it's a very expensive year old, but he's not a risk on the field. These other guys are a risk. And England at a 100 million potentially. That's not good business. Well, you can see how real Madrid do fare without Casa Miro this season because we have every single game available on ESPN+

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

09:05 min | 9 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The best league to go to. It's the top team in that league and it's the team in contention for trophies every single season. And beyond that, I mean, there are two other factors with it. One, you could roll your eyes at, but you talk about romanticism. His father played for that club, so maybe there is some sort of kind of feeling within him about some kind of bond. Sorry, Andrew, but when we spoke to Jan Agatha, who was close to team Holland. And this was a team effort, including the recently departed Mina raiola. This was going to be a football that's true. And a very much an all around football decision, which is why, which is why the second point for me is probably even more so. Like the fit for him to go there, Manchester City are arguably, I mean, now with them out of the Champions League it becomes a little more arguable, but we still kind of look at them as the best team in the world. And they've managed to be that without really having a true striker. If Holland wants to go elsewhere, if he wants to go around Madrid, okay, well, there's talk of Mbappé going there. But if Holland were to go there, that would probably mean in BAPE is not. But Kareem Benzema right now is the man at that club. He's going to probably win the Ballon d'Or. Like, they'll play together, but is that as natural fit as he might want? I don't know. Like Manchester City, they have this spot just like beckoning for someone to come and please be this guy for us. We've managed to win without it because we're gifted and we've got maybe the greatest manager on the planet, but we'd like to have someone do this. It's arguably the most important position that there is in this game. So just from a purely footballing sense, like you said, like you laid out a, they're a great team. The league has high profiles it gets, but the need for someone like him is, I mean, it's glaring. So I think I really think it makes sense on every level. And I know people don't love it because it's going to cut back significantly and a league that's already starting to hurt in a way in the way of parody. This hurts that even more. I believe, but it does make sense. I understand why this would be his choice. And I don't necessarily fault him for it. He's netted 85 times for Dortmund and just 88 games. A precise ratio of point 9 6 goals per game. 61 goals and 66 Bundesliga games. 15 goals and 13 Champions League matches. In a bad Champions League team. It goes in 7 DFB portal games and one goal and two German super cope appearances. Look, he's brilliant. And it's depressing for a lot of other clubs that city can have the wherewithal to go and do these things. I talked about some of the negative reaction. I had a Joss mayor football, which is the leading soccer magazine in Norway, had this to say, Erling Haaland has publicly emerged as a supporter of human rights. Now he assigned for a club owned by individuals and a regime that could not care about very basic human rights. And this we should rejoice for, question mark. It's like calling the Qatar World Cup a folk festival. So that's translated from Norwegian obviously, but that's the other side to it as well. We've seen the stance that the Norwegian Football Association that some Norwegian players, including highland have taken over the Qatari World Cup and this transfer does fly in the face of that. But on the other side, the argument you could make is that where else is highland going. The options are hugely limited, Manchester United, and the race for Holland were there. I would say they were there at the end of last season. It was still a possibility that they could do it. They've since shot themselves in the fort and set themselves on fire and completely taken themselves out of that race. Barcelona, the precise funding of the club. We don't understand Real Madrid, like you've pointed out, Benzema, plus and bappy. Plus halland, does that work? And then after that, Chelsea can't sign him. Liverpool probably wouldn't sign him. He would not be in their model. I mean, the other one was PSG. He's not going to go to France. Why would he probably go to an inferior league from when he's calm? Yeah, I mean, Bayern is the one where you could say, okay, maybe. But, you know, didn't seem likely. It seemed as if. And Lewandowski, the thing that is questionable there is Lewandowski's future. Like if he leaves, then I could see Byron really kicking into high gear wanting to have gotten him and maybe that will play out, but it is depressing though how limited the options for top players are now when you are oh dude, we go through this exercise every time a great manager becomes available. We say, well, there's really only four clubs where he can coach at Lee. It's crazy. That's sort of how this sport has become, and it is kind of sad. Yeah. But so that's some of the reaction to it. And you know, to JJ, you mentioned Manchester United. There's a couple of things that were interesting for me regarding that. I was reading. There's a great piece at ESPN FC, I think it's rob Dawson who authored it. And he talks about united and the interest there and a couple of things that happen with that. One, you know, his relationship with sole Shire and whether or not his firing completely destroyed any chance of Holland deciding to go and play there because there was some belief that that if Holland was going to choose then it was going to have to be because of that relationship. Because in terms of what was going on behind the scenes or on the field, you couldn't really make the argument that united are the appealing choice right now. So when Seoul Shire was fired, did that mean the end of this pursuit? There are those that say that that didn't really have any bearing on this. Who knows if that's true or not? I guess we'll never really know. And the other thing that adds just like a cruel twist to this almost, so in this piece where they talk about how Holland is now going to city, city we're able to help fund this, partially because I'm reading here by coincidence the €12 million paid to Manchester City as part of Jadon Sancho's move to Old Trafford. Courtesy of a clause inserted part of his move from the Etihad to Dortmund in 2017 helped city quickly put together the financial framework needed to eventually secure Holland. So in some ways, Manchester United partially funded Manchester City's ability to buy erling Holland. A player that Manchester United would have loved to have had. That is just a cruel slap to the face from one city rival to the other. I'm sure there's financial there's financial particles to this that I can't see or understand, and even though I love dancing on the grave of Manchester United. No. But I'm not, I'm not buying that that I don't buy that at all. That city that city needed any help. Getting the money together for this. I mean, it's just, that's not possible. And another thing that was pointed out about Manchester City is the kind of position they find themselves in now is that we know the article in der Spiegel and the documents lining out specifically how they have become the richest club in the world through revenue. So I guess when you report that this is all the money you have, you have to spend it. You know, otherwise there's some kind of disconnect. All right, you have all this money, but and Citi, it's either one of two things. They've decided, look, everybody knows how we do this now. Everybody knows what we are. Let's just lean into it. Nobody's going to love us. Nobody's going to take us as seriously as one of the elite level clubs, one of the storied clubs were a new money club. Let's just lean into it. Splash that money around. And buy the best players and go for it. And that seems to be what they're doing. So my question to you to close out on this portion of the discussion, I mentioned at the top of this how there will be fans of this league who will be disappointed by this because of what it means to the parody of this league. Manchester City are already great, but Liverpool have been right there with them step for step, pushing them in a way that pretty much no one else has in the Premier League. Can that continue? Or does it move like this? Even though it's only one player and city, maybe there will be players out the door. We already know fernandinho's leaving, which is important. Ken Liverpool keep pace or even get ahead of them, or does this just widen a gap to a point where it's almost not fair? I should include Chelsea in this conversation. I mean,.

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

09:05 min | 9 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on Caught Offside

"The best league to go to. It's the top team in that league and it's the team in contention for trophies every single season. And beyond that, I mean, there are two other factors with it. One, you could roll your eyes at, but you talk about romanticism. His father played for that club, so maybe there is some sort of kind of feeling within him about some kind of bond. Sorry, Andrew, but when we spoke to Jan Agatha, who was close to team Holland. And this was a team effort, including the recently departed Mina raiola. This was going to be a football that's true. And a very much an all around football decision, which is why, which is why the second point for me is probably even more so. Like the fit for him to go there, Manchester City are arguably, I mean, now with them out of the Champions League it becomes a little more arguable, but we still kind of look at them as the best team in the world. And they've managed to be that without really having a true striker. If Holland wants to go elsewhere, if he wants to go around Madrid, okay, well, there's talk of Mbappé going there. But if Holland were to go there, that would probably mean in BAPE is not. But Kareem Benzema right now is the man at that club. He's going to probably win the Ballon d'Or. Like, they'll play together, but is that as natural fit as he might want? I don't know. Like Manchester City, they have this spot just like beckoning for someone to come and please be this guy for us. We've managed to win without it because we're gifted and we've got maybe the greatest manager on the planet, but we'd like to have someone do this. It's arguably the most important position that there is in this game. So just from a purely footballing sense, like you said, like you laid out a, they're a great team. The league has high profiles it gets, but the need for someone like him is, I mean, it's glaring. So I think I really think it makes sense on every level. And I know people don't love it because it's going to cut back significantly and a league that's already starting to hurt in a way in the way of parody. This hurts that even more. I believe, but it does make sense. I understand why this would be his choice. And I don't necessarily fault him for it. He's netted 85 times for Dortmund and just 88 games. A precise ratio of point 9 6 goals per game. 61 goals and 66 Bundesliga games. 15 goals and 13 Champions League matches. In a bad Champions League team. It goes in 7 DFB portal games and one goal and two German super cope appearances. Look, he's brilliant. And it's depressing for a lot of other clubs that city can have the wherewithal to go and do these things. I talked about some of the negative reaction. I had a Joss mayor football, which is the leading soccer magazine in Norway, had this to say, Erling Haaland has publicly emerged as a supporter of human rights. Now he assigned for a club owned by individuals and a regime that could not care about very basic human rights. And this we should rejoice for, question mark. It's like calling the Qatar World Cup a folk festival. So that's translated from Norwegian obviously, but that's the other side to it as well. We've seen the stance that the Norwegian Football Association that some Norwegian players, including highland have taken over the Qatari World Cup and this transfer does fly in the face of that. But on the other side, the argument you could make is that where else is highland going. The options are hugely limited, Manchester United, and the race for Holland were there. I would say they were there at the end of last season. It was still a possibility that they could do it. They've since shot themselves in the fort and set themselves on fire and completely taken themselves out of that race. Barcelona, the precise funding of the club. We don't understand Real Madrid, like you've pointed out, Benzema, plus and bappy. Plus halland, does that work? And then after that, Chelsea can't sign him. Liverpool probably wouldn't sign him. He would not be in their model. I mean, the other one was PSG. He's not going to go to France. Why would he probably go to an inferior league from when he's calm? Yeah, I mean, Bayern is the one where you could say, okay, maybe. But, you know, didn't seem likely. It seemed as if. And Lewandowski, the thing that is questionable there is Lewandowski's future. Like if he leaves, then I could see Byron really kicking into high gear wanting to have gotten him and maybe that will play out, but it is depressing though how limited the options for top players are now when you are oh dude, we go through this exercise every time a great manager becomes available. We say, well, there's really only four clubs where he can coach at Lee. It's crazy. That's sort of how this sport has become, and it is kind of sad. Yeah. But so that's some of the reaction to it. And you know, to JJ, you mentioned Manchester United. There's a couple of things that were interesting for me regarding that. I was reading. There's a great piece at ESPN FC, I think it's rob Dawson who authored it. And he talks about united and the interest there and a couple of things that happen with that. One, you know, his relationship with sole Shire and whether or not his firing completely destroyed any chance of Holland deciding to go and play there because there was some belief that that if Holland was going to choose then it was going to have to be because of that relationship. Because in terms of what was going on behind the scenes or on the field, you couldn't really make the argument that united are the appealing choice right now. So when Seoul Shire was fired, did that mean the end of this pursuit? There are those that say that that didn't really have any bearing on this. Who knows if that's true or not? I guess we'll never really know. And the other thing that adds just like a cruel twist to this almost, so in this piece where they talk about how Holland is now going to city, city we're able to help fund this, partially because I'm reading here by coincidence the €12 million paid to Manchester City as part of Jadon Sancho's move to Old Trafford. Courtesy of a clause inserted part of his move from the Etihad to Dortmund in 2017 helped city quickly put together the financial framework needed to eventually secure Holland. So in some ways, Manchester United partially funded Manchester City's ability to buy erling Holland. A player that Manchester United would have loved to have had. That is just a cruel slap to the face from one city rival to the other. I'm sure there's financial there's financial particles to this that I can't see or understand, and even though I love dancing on the grave of Manchester United. No. But I'm not, I'm not buying that that I don't buy that at all. That city that city needed any help. Getting the money together for this. I mean, it's just, that's not possible. And another thing that was pointed out about Manchester City is the kind of position they find themselves in now is that we know the article in der Spiegel and the documents lining out specifically how they have become the richest club in the world through revenue. So I guess when you report that this is all the money you have, you have to spend it. You know, otherwise there's some kind of disconnect. All right, you have all this money, but and Citi, it's either one of two things. They've decided, look, everybody knows how we do this now. Everybody knows what we are. Let's just lean into it. Nobody's going to love us. Nobody's going to take us as seriously as one of the elite level clubs, one of the storied clubs were a new money club. Let's just lean into it. Splash that money around. And buy the best players and go for it. And that seems to be what they're doing. So my question to you to close out on this portion of the discussion, I mentioned at the top of this how there will be fans of this league who will be disappointed by this because of what it means to the parody of this league. Manchester City are already great, but Liverpool have been right there with them step for step, pushing them in a way that pretty much no one else has in the Premier League. Can that continue? Or does it move like this? Even though it's only one player and city, maybe there will be players out the door. We already know fernandinho's leaving, which is important. Ken Liverpool keep pace or even get ahead of them, or does this just widen a gap to a point where it's almost not fair? I should include Chelsea in this conversation. I mean,.

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

07:17 min | 9 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"First united limped in after being totally humiliated mocked derided by Liverpool four nail in at mid week battering, the left Ralph Ragnar admitting. It's embarrassing. They are 6 years ahead of us, what you teller that Monet is. Arsenal. That footballing scrappy doo, new life after that four two shot win at Stamford Bridge. This is really a must win game for Manchester United, which was why it was shocking to me, I guess not shocking if you've actually watched Manchester United, that they got off to the worst possible start, they've inside three minutes. Yeah, I love the fact that we called it like 6 years ahead of us. This is a man with a 5 year contract talking who really does not want anything happening with it. He really wants to sort of project forward and get another one. Yeah, just immediately sac is so quickly. It's been so dangerous down that right hand side cuts inside. Curls in a shot. You know, to have makes a good safe, but he has it pretty easily. Knocks it out. You imagine that there's going to be a united defender, united having reorganized their defense, dropped Harry Maguire to the bench. But just no one, no one there to stop Tavares scoring his first goal, I think this Premier League goal for the club. Yeah, being devastated that man a couple of weeks ago after big bench by Arteta, Tapping that in, it must have felt unbelievable, although I guess to play that follow from him, showed exactly why he had been benched, but God, united again, it could have cut out the first cross. I think this from Jacques Verona teles could have cut it out both chose to do comedy whiffs. And what was amazing about this game, the slapstick defending the comedy defending the United are a team of 11 individuals in search of an idea of how to play. That was one tide of the story, but both of these teams defended like Giuliani, neither team truly trusted their full backs. Honestly, it was like watching an NBA All-Star Game all attack. No, truly committed rearguard anything. And you needed retrospectively when they look at this game, they could say we had so many bloody chances we clipped the bar, Bruno had SnapChat. Ramsdale. Not one of his finer games. I mean, it could have been a pickup score in the early exchanges. But first, it would get worse for Manchester United, teles, gave away a penalty and the var, saga gave deja the eyes two nil to the only those most interesting goal, roger, that it was a goal that was disallowed by var, for offside, but then vase saw the penalty and the beat up. They obviously didn't see the earlier foul and there it was penalty and fantastic conversion. But within three minutes, I'll still gifted you united away back in. Yeah, and it was Cristiano Ronaldo, roger, just amazing amazing work. Phenomenal piece of skill from Jadon Sancho, rod really sort of pulling out everything out of the toolkit ends up freeing up Ronaldo fantastic finish. Player who's had just, you know, I can't even imagine just the awful week he's had. But he does what he does best, scores his 100th Premier League goal roger. Losing a child, the just the most devastating thing and football for many is a solace away from the storm. Of human dart unless it was really remarkable humanly for so many different reasons seeing him play even, but to score. Tavares and Gabrielle watching rather than defending. I think it was Matty, she floated in a cross into Ronaldo's vicinity and he didn't need a second invitation to do what he does extend a beautifully toned leg to finish ruthlessly with his left foot made a very hard chance to look effortless. But honestly, halftime could have been 7 5 and the slot don't stop into the second half Tavares almost willfully gave away a penalty with an almost hungry handball in the area. No goals, no assists. I think in 7 games is it when he took the stepped up to take the penalty? This will not go away from that bloke. Yeah, he'd missed one in this one a little earlier in the first half rods when ramsdale had just given the ball away straight to what tamale needlessly and Fernandes had missed an open goal. And this one he stepped up, we must say it was a bad weekend for the hopper Skippy jump penalty. We may see this see this retired with what happened in Chelsea's game as well. Steps up, hop skip jumps, puts it right against the post and ramsdell's reaction afterwards, oh my word. Never seen anything like that from an English keeper. Hops and skips, can we just say they're up there with pinning us? They just look world class when they were, but my God, the downside, the endless humiliation when they do is truly remarkable. But yeah, rami. I mean, we should note ramsdale had been totally sent the wrong way by this penalty day though. But how would he describe his action towards Hernandez? Says a thousand meme lords in his moment of failure. Well, it was, I actually think it should be illegal. It was taunting. In the NFL, that would have been, that would have been a flag immediately. Ran off his line towards the Portuguese and just like gave it to him in the face, roger. Yeah, leaped into Bruno space with what I can only describe as a primal scream. Again, shameless, this man had not even come close to saving it, but it really was, if you know your history, shades of Martin keone in Roode van thistle rose face in 2003 at the height of when this was really the game of games. I guess if you know you united penalty missed history, you are doomed to repeat it and the game degenerated or I guess escalated if you were mutually savers suffering, there was some MMA gripple grapple between mctominay and Gabriela Ronaldo go ruled off her offside insane stuff arsenal appealing for a handball penalty, but then Jacques couldn't be asked waiting for var just stepped up minutes after his contractually obliged yellow card and my God. What did he do to that ball David? It had like no spinny like leathered it. Did he leather it or did he thrash it? I mean, I'm not technically sure. I think he both leathered it and thrashed it. Interesting, the lashed it, rod. It was just a, it was a phenomenal strike, a phenomenal celebration. I mean, what a week, arsenal have had with the massive win midweek against Chelsea this big win. This team who the jury seems to constantly be out in some part of football, but just playing electric football. And yes, this result could have gone either way, but it's moments like that. It celebrations like that that make this make a lot of people believe that there's something actually quite magical happening in the red part of North London. Yeah, I mean, that must have been a lovely moment for a off maligned by his own fans player it left united in the mud, fourth consecutive away defeat under the truly failed Ralph ragnarok experiment. That interim gent, whom Bonnie Renee described beautifully as having the air of a demo happy boarding schoolhouse master looking forward to spending more time with his jazz records. They are on course for their worst season.

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:41 min | 9 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The game. And in some ways, for me, the fact that Alan is such a young player and he's so keen to try and get in on that side. I think if that was a different sort of play, maybe they go down a fraction earlier and sort of ask the question because then I lost a lot gets lost with the collision, but as you say, at this point, hey, it could go down there. And I think for me, the referee's got a different decision to make, there will be more questions asked, but instead, it's almost like people are wondering how often with a collision with a goalkeeper to just go for a 50 50 with each other. And I think it makes it easier for them to not give it. But as you say, if it goes down against the penalty, it's a red card. This is a far different situation for Manchester United and unfortunately, that's one of those youthful type decisions in my mind whereby you try and be as honest as possible. You know how we resolve that? We send them an invitation to the diving camp. We'll figure that out very quickly for him and the next time he feels somebody pulling him by the shoulder. He's going down. Jules, what about you with your arsenal way? Should it have been a pen? I think he's just been too honest. I agree with Nathan. I just think that if he goes down earlier, there's clearly a foul. It's a bit soft. You could see it, but if he goes down earlier, I think he's a pen. The fact that he is still trying to play the ball and goes for the ball and actually actually could probably have scores. I think that's why the referee led the gameplays and then doesn't come back to it and give a pen. I think if he goes down earlier, it's definitely pain. So that penalty shot 15 minutes into the match, not ten minutes later, another penalty shout for Manchester United. This one, a potential handball on Cedric, who's kind of stumbling to the ground here as Jadon Sancho goes past him, all I'll start with you..

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:21 min | 10 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The other team in Manchester now who also faced opponents from Merseyside over the weekend, losing one nil to Everton, which was damaging. In their bid to finish in the top four, which does seem to be slipping away from them in recent games. And you have to wonder Ian. How a team that finished second last season and added Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho, and Rafael varan find themselves in this position. Well, it's a mess, a Manchester City. I mean, it's not the first time that we've said it. There's so much wrong there. I think it's pretty well known by now. The story's got out that the dressing room is a bit on the toxic side. There are divisions in there. And I think when they get in a corner, they can't fight their way out of that corner and that's one of the reasons, I think, that they don't have that kind of band of brothers thing going on. And you know, they have the chances early on against Everton, but in the end they were out for by Everton. Everton wanting it more than Manchester United, and you know what? We said that a few times about united and I think frankly, you know, you heard the interview Luke sure did when he was with England, more or less admitting that it was not a pleasant place to be around. I think those players can't wait for the season to end. I don't see them finishing in the top four and I wouldn't imagine very many others do either. Are there overrated players Frank in this Manchester United side? We just mentioned some of the players that were brought in Christiana Ronaldo Jadon Sancho, Rafael varan. If so, who? I wouldn't say already players, I think not very well used players and I would say that the combination of all the players doesn't match. That's what it is. That's the prime with all the recruitment that we've seen for, I guess, I would say a decade with Manchester United, where you made the choice of paying. Launching big money to maybe having a fantastic team where the essence of Martian stereotype doesn't come from there, you losing the basics of the club where it's always been players from the academy were created the history of the club. There you see names, but you see big names you see lots of money spent like maybe never for a result, a catastrophe. I would say,.

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Season. And united could still be bad. And that's exactly what's happened. It doesn't offer you enough up front. But the other train at all was that the supply to him. The craft and the creativity from those who should have been supplying it wasn't good enough. So it depends which side of the argument you fall on, everyone knows at this point that I just don't think he's a fit for Manchester United. But it was pretty jarring to see him last force anything out of all black. Not a single thing. And Jadon Sancho felt like the two most dangerous players for united in this game. And Ronaldo was he was largely anonymous. It was really frustrating for him. You could see it all over his face at full time. He looked dejected as you would expect. This was not, this was not how he anticipated this going. I'm sure. And so kind of with that in mind, looking at sort of bigger picture of the united stuff. I feel like that's where we're united have now broken through into that thing JJ, where every game is some kind of like, you know, we take stock of them as a club after each game now. Every game is an indictment of something. But, you know, but I was thinking of them and just pretend that they're sporting director for a sec. And you're in charge of this club. The Manchester United that we think of, even if they weren't winning league titles, it was still a squad filled with global stars. And I'm thinking about this united squad right now. And if you're the sporting director and you're evaluating it, who are the guys at the end of the season in your evaluation that you look at and you check on your list and you say, okay, definite keep definitely keep definitely keep, how many are there? Well, for me, there's a few, but I'm curious who you would say first. Well, right now there is a they're in crisis, so for example, Bruno Fernández coming off, which, again, I'm not sure about that substitution. You see, you see his demeanor on the field, and you see his demeanor coming off. It's not good, but Bruno Fernández, you're keeping. Jadon Sancho, you're keeping. Definitely. And then after that, the goalkeeper, I suppose you're keeping Rafa varan you're keeping and then you're making a calculation on whether Harry Maguire is in a complete slump that he that it's on arrestable. He can't get out of it. I'm keeping a Langer and that might be it. We're pretty much in lockstep. I think we had all the same ones. There's one other name that you didn't mention that we'll mention a sec, because I texted my buddy and now are kind of mutual friend berenson, who is a die hard united supporter. I asked him this question because I wanted an actual united fan. What they would say. Oh, is he the best man to go to do? What does that mean? At any rate, here's what he said. You can decide, he said, Sancho, Bruno, elanga, Fred de gea, veron, Lindelof, Shaw, and mctominay. He said I'd keep dallo and tell us to, though they both need daily crossing drills, bring Brandon Williams back from loan and keep him too. Personally, I'd love to keep Pogba. No one can Boston midfielder make the insane pass that he can make regarding rashford as out of form and out of favor as he is. I'd keep him. I expect a Sterling Bernardo style turnaround from him. He's keeping a lot. He's way more than I would have thought. Look, I like McDonald's. He's fine. Fred is hot and cold. He was really good against Tottenham over the weekend. Other games, he doesn't do the job that they want him to do. So to me, like for Manchester United, I would say if that's what you're getting out of him, then no, it's not a mandatory keep for me. The one that's interesting that I was hinting at Pogba. God, almighty, there are just moments when I see him play and I just, I'm in awe of him. Right. And then there's moments where you forget he's on the field. It's such a frustrating one because if he can be unlocked for united, and we've said this so many times. So it's almost dumb to keep harping on it, but if he can be unlocked for them in the way that he often is for France, then it's an unbelievable player that you have. But they just, they just don't get it on a consistent basis. Andrew, he didn't start last night. You know, he didn't start. He had to be, he had to come off the bench. It does not say everything in the biggest game of the season for the club. He doesn't start. I think, I think you're at the point with him where these are undeniable talent. But, you know, it's just you don't get enough for him from him. And there are diminishing returns here, and if they really want to get anything for him, he's got to go now. And I think I would be, I mean, the problem for united is that who is in charge, who is pulling all the strings. Who is the man who's going to rebuild this? We don't really know. We know that this current manager who, by any metric, is failing. It's going to be a consultant for two years, possibly. Yeah, we'll see. So who are the other who are the other people in the brain trust?.

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Season. And united could still be bad. And that's exactly what's happened. It doesn't offer you enough up front. But the other train at all was that the supply to him. The craft and the creativity from those who should have been supplying it wasn't good enough. So it depends which side of the argument you fall on, everyone knows at this point that I just don't think he's a fit for Manchester United. But it was pretty jarring to see him last force anything out of all black. Not a single thing. And Jadon Sancho felt like the two most dangerous players for united in this game. And Ronaldo was he was largely anonymous. It was really frustrating for him. You could see it all over his face at full time. He looked dejected as you would expect. This was not, this was not how he anticipated this going. I'm sure. And so kind of with that in mind, looking at sort of bigger picture of the united stuff. I feel like that's where we're united have now broken through into that thing JJ, where every game is some kind of like, you know, we take stock of them as a club after each game now. Every game is an indictment of something. But, you know, but I was thinking of them and just pretend that they're sporting director for a sec. And you're in charge of this club. The Manchester United that we think of, even if they weren't winning league titles, it was still a squad filled with global stars. And I'm thinking about this united squad right now. And if you're the sporting director and you're evaluating it, who are the guys at the end of the season in your evaluation that you look at and you check on your list and you say, okay, definite keep definitely keep definitely keep, how many are there? Well, for me, there's a few, but I'm curious who you would say first. Well, right now there is a they're in crisis, so for example, Bruno Fernández coming off, which, again, I'm not sure about that substitution. You see, you see his demeanor on the field, and you see his demeanor coming off. It's not good, but Bruno Fernández, you're keeping. Jadon Sancho, you're keeping. Definitely. And then after that, the goalkeeper, I suppose you're keeping Rafa varan you're keeping and then you're making a calculation on whether Harry Maguire is in a complete slump that he that it's on arrestable. He can't get out of it. I'm keeping a Langer and that might be it. We're pretty much in lockstep. I think we had all the same ones. There's one other name that you didn't mention that we'll mention a sec, because I texted my buddy and now are kind of mutual friend berenson, who is a die hard united supporter. I asked him this question because I wanted an actual united fan. What they would say. Oh, is he the best man to go to do? What does that mean? At any rate, here's what he said. You can decide, he said, Sancho, Bruno, elanga, Fred de gea, veron, Lindelof, Shaw, and mctominay. He said I'd keep dallo and tell us to, though they both need daily crossing drills, bring Brandon Williams back from loan and keep him too. Personally, I'd love to keep Pogba. No one can Boston midfielder make the insane pass that he can make regarding rashford as out of form and out of favor as he is. I'd keep him. I expect a Sterling Bernardo style turnaround from him. He's keeping a lot. He's way more than I would have thought. Look, I like McDonald's. He's fine. Fred is hot and cold. He was really good against Tottenham over the weekend. Other games, he doesn't do the job that they want him to do. So to me, like for Manchester United, I would say if that's what you're getting out of him, then no, it's not a mandatory keep for me. The one that's interesting that I was hinting at Pogba. God, almighty, there are just moments when I see him play and I just, I'm in awe of him. Right. And then there's moments where you forget he's on the field. It's such a frustrating one because if he can be unlocked for united, and we've said this so many times. So it's almost dumb to keep harping on it, but if he can be unlocked for them in the way that he often is for France, then it's an unbelievable player that you have. But they just, they just don't get it on a consistent basis. Andrew, he didn't start last night. You know, he didn't start. He had to be, he had to come off the bench. It does not say everything in the biggest game of the season for the club. He doesn't start. I think, I think you're at the point with him where these are undeniable talent. But, you know, it's just you don't get enough for him from him. And there are diminishing returns here, and if they really want to get anything for him, he's got to go now. And I think I would be, I mean, the problem for united is that who is in charge, who is pulling all the strings. Who is the man who's going to rebuild this? We don't really know. We know that this current manager who, by any metric, is failing. It's going to be a consultant for two years, possibly. Yeah, we'll see. So who are the other who are the other people in the brain trust?.

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

08:52 min | 11 months ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"You'll be all set for a chance to purchase tickets, rod. If that is not cause for a toast, I don't know what is. And what race, my third first bud of the day to an incredible human being, president zelensky, who continues to inspire the world with his courage, and the conditions of hysterical duress, and also the unpredictable road that has led him to this moment, a moment filled with emotional intelligence, inspirational leadership. And hope, sweet hope. There was a quote he offered as a throwaway, I think, to CNN last week that really struck me because I think it's just so important for everyone listening, whether you are a political leader or just a living, breathing human beings, zelensky was asked how he was coping and he said the following words, a beauty, words of importance, he said my life today is wonderful. I believe that I am needed. That's the most important sense of life that you are needed that you are not just an emptiness that breathes and walks and eats something. To president zelensky and to his words about creating a sense of life that you are needed, courage and glory to Ukraine. What an amazing man. Okay, two the football. Understanding its significance and insignificance as we discuss it Manchester City for Manchester United one, the noisy neighbors continue to blast their operatic football with impunity and again assert their dominance over their cross town rivals KDB. He was in the mood, started the scoring in the 5th minute, steering home, a red hot Bernardo pullback united did Paul level on the 22nd minute with a quite lovely Jadon Sancho finish, but another KDB close range finish and a pair of exquisite second half rehab mahrez thumpers emphasize the gulf, excuse the pun in class between these two clubs, city state op, 6 points ahead of Liverpool with a game in hand. This matchup felt like a seismic imbalance going in. The hosts clear and clinical their identity, their collective system, squaring up to a fading power forever in search of both of those qualities, hence the 19 point gap between the two teams before a ball was kicked. A number that really is a symbol of the extent to which city just Sparta, more functional, more strategic on and off the field in every single department and just the chaos was ever the united really moment that the starting 11s were announced and they ran no Shawn they Ronaldo Cristiano out with a hip flexor I use just little air quotes around that word, not everyone believes him as social media shows he was hanging out with his sister and Portugal. Who gave the most powerful statement anyone in the world could make, which was liking a post on social media that made it clear that Ronaldo was injury free, which caused obviously an ensuing tabloid frenzy, but according to poor Ralph quote, I have to believe my medical department are doctor came to see me Friday morning before training, said Cristiano couldn't train because of some problems of his hip flexor and the same Saturday daily. It's just a sense that there is a now swirling borderline Civil War in that supremely dysfunctional united dressing room right now irrespective of whether Ron Ron was actually injured. You know, it just just chaos just that whole united culture just seems like it's in chaos. Yeah, and especially cast your minds back. That chaos could have hit Manchester City. Man united hijacked a Manchester City deal for Cristiano Ronaldo, or what we all believed was a deal. And yet it has been utterly chaotic, it added chaos upon the chaos that already existed. And once again, it just further, further strengthens the idea that united are just a collection of these amazing individuals, but there is absolutely no team there whatsoever. I was hoping that Ralph would feel Chris ormas as the false 9. He could have gone rashford, put my card what a fool he's had in status inside Old Trafford just two starts in the last 11, starting to seem distinctly lingard and it makes my heart ache to watch booth for those gents instead, Ralph tried to take a leaf out of the pet book a great management magic. Try to go no out and out striker. False 9, but credit united, whatever they put on the field, it worked for, well, an entire 5 minutes until city mounted their first proper attack Bernardo and Grealish linking up food and causing chaos off the ball with a room which took Harry Maguire out of the game. And step de Bruyne to rapo is 50th league goal. What a magnificent I mean it almost felt like game over in that second. Yeah, they were playing just a version of football, you know, it's so different, you know, when pep started at Manchester. Remember the game was just incredibly horizontal. They've now just, you know, if you put one of those gulf traces that traces a golf ball on the sort of the angles of their passes, they almost try to cover every single inch of the entire pitch with the ball from player to player. Within the first 7 minutes, it's almost as though they sort of like trying to desperately color in all of the lines. It was just an amazing goal. I think Arlo pointed out Kevin De Bruyne in the mood completely from the beginning and yeah, a great goal. Watching united lumber round without evident plan, like a Drake bet on Masvidal. So open on their right hand side, the city, honestly, seemed to play without any fear, which is possibly why feeling too confident, united suddenly struck back. It was more than the goal in the moment. It was actually a reminder that football makes a fool out of all of us in the moment and city if they have a weakness, they are susceptible to peace in transition when teams charge from back to front at warp speed through their high line, a stunning vulnerability which united suddenly exploited via Jaden Sancho, a player remember who pin at city from the age of 14, arriving as of under Kent and it was a langur Pogba and Fernandes, who combined to feed him, swept around walker, crack the ball home, and suddenly Dave a united fleetingly without Ronaldo proved they could be more mobile, more clinical without their false inside. Yeah, great individual play great finish. One of the few times in that first half, the man united got more than one or two players forward. There are actually players ahead of Sancho when he shot that ball, which was very rare. They reminded me constantly of when you start playing FIFA and you just really struggle on how to get players into the offensive area, constantly got one player with the ball and nobody to pass to, moving forwards. And that sort of united for the whole of that first half, but this was a great moment, a great finish, and suddenly game on. It looked like we were going to have a real Manchester Derby roger. False storm from that point on, united, look vulnerable every time city what the ball down that right Grealish often the weapon, when bissaka, the target, Harry Maguire, bless. So cumbersome in club football, so different the game than the international football where we learned to love and fear and watch slap at excel. That's a game that needs more passion, less tactics. But here, you know, besides Lindelof, who also seemed lost the city's press force united to cough it up over and over and over and a moment of self sabotage Devo that when you watched was actually slapstick comedy at an elite level that comedians we've had on our show will tell you slapstick comedy actually one of the hardest forms to pull off convincingly. So you've got a credit united Devo for the way they did it at slow motion is really not Harry Maguire's friend, roger. It was a, yeah, it was another sort of penetrating incisive move. And Phil Foden beats the line controls the ball in the most incredible way. I mean, Phil Foden is his muscles are made of a different fabric than regular human beings. He's just so bouncy, roger. He's just so live. Foden slams the ball to hair saves, pushes it straight through Maguire's legs. Shot comes again. Another save or blocked, and then who's there? KDB, again, slaps it home. You know, the way Lindelof mistimed his clearance head up..

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on Ringer FC

"He just didn't know the next chance was coming from. Yeah. And by the end of socialized reign, you did see that with some of the forwards and some of the players from the midfielders. Okay, let's wrap up in the game really quick. The score line is actually pretty fast. It was fair. I think many could have had another, but it didn't feel anything other than fair, really. I mean, Donny van der beek coming on and kind of getting a goal almost instantly. I'm looking brilliant, looking brilliant. This is something we'll maybe talk about in a little bit. But anyway, props to Watford props to raniere. Big big win. Let's talk about social. We've got an email from Tyler Scott, who said, we're solving it inside. It dawned on me that he is Ned Stark. An honorable man loved by his people was successful in the past. He was also stubborn as fuck and was playing checkers while all around were playing chess. So if Ollie is Ned, what characters are the other managers? Cheers from the studies. That's actually brilliant. That's brilliant. I mean, Guardiola is Stannis Baratheon. Sacrificing everything, but still coming up slightly short in the Champions League. No. That's I think the thing about soul show is this dark is interesting. I mean, because you're not entirely innocently. First of all, the great analogy. So I'm just being I'm just nit picking because it's fun and I want the developing algae a bit more. When you take a job like the Manchester United one, you're not entirely innocent because you will understand he would have understand, he understood that that was a job he was never likely to get again. That's the biggest job show. Probably ever get in managerial football, right? And you take that job known because you love the club also because it's like it's the big time. And if you pull it off, you might just get to hang around. And also, in the matter of politicians who wait slightly too long and safe seats. You kind of want to cling to power even though you know that you probably shouldn't be there after a certain point. And this is the thing to remember about the interim. Experiment management experiment. There is actually a universe in which this works. There's a universe in which he does this gives united a kind of fuel injection restores some identity and then bounces. Well, as the plan, right? That was the plan and this. Well, this was I mean, this was discussed at the beginning. It was kind of not seen as a permanent arrangement. It became permanent. Cynically speaking, as I said, and I said in my article, listen, it's an unsentimental ownership with a sentimental face. And there were a lot of things that worked about. There was a lot of things. There aren't many ways in which the owners desires align with the desires with the supporters and those in the pitch. But there was a moment at United where there was a Venn diagram where everyone was kind of getting what they wanted. As a brief it was a few months whatever the football was as exciting as the business 2013 in many respects since when Ferguson departed. But really like talking about sore, I think we'd almost need to look at the gun into what the game very quickly and like use that as a kind of metaphor for the rest of it. What do we have in the water for game? We had a midfield that was absolutely overrun. Under recruited but still under coach because if you look at our Frederick domine play for their national teams, they play a lot better, Fred has a much clearer sense is much more creative. Is solid at the Euros in the center mid like looked really really good like in a structure where you have runners around him as well. It works. There are other coaches out there doing a better job with the players that saw it has. Then you've got anomalies, but you've got people like Luke Shaw and that team who Luke Shaw looking better than ever, understood Shasta socialized responsible for that. Evolution, and that restoration of confidence. But then you've also got Maguire not looking himself. You've got Ronaldo who is assigning the manager didn't ask for this. There's multiple points of dysfunction in the united team. You've got Vanderbilt coming on, playing these beautiful passes and Manchester United supporters several of them going, oh wow, look at that, isn't that amazing? And it's like, everyone knew this is who Thunderbird was. You've got Jadon Sancho, white, a right sided white forward, which is the role that social Exelon and soul Shire who played in that role doesn't now to integrate. One of the world's best playmakers in that role. So it's like, if you look at that performance against Watford, it's like it's a microcosm of everything. Both wrong and right that he did in his time at united if that makes sense. Yeah, I think there's been so much written there's been so much sad that's been so much done online about self and Manchester United over the last however long. Kind of feels like there's nothing to add. Stepping back from it now, you can clearly see his whole appointment and the way it was handled. Is a huge clue into the lack of strategy, the lack of leadership and the lack of bubble now, a senior level and executive level within the football club, because united just looked lost after Ferguson. I think a similar thing happened with arsenal, but I don't think it happened to the same extreme. No, no. And I think the reason that it wasn't so extreme with arsenal was because I think the Ferguson and wenger left on two very different terms. So I think with arsenal, there was this thirst for change whereas I think with Manchester United, there was this kind of reluctance to.

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on Ringer FC

"Guests are floor Lloyd used the wonderful flour edges and mister Musa accompanied. How are you doing? Ladies and gents. Good. Yeah. Very well very well. Good to hear. Really good. Good to hear. What have you been up to miss? What's happening? Just mind my own business. Yes. World tour. Yes, I asked about it. What about you Flo? I've been doing a little mini world tour of the Midlands. I was Coventry on Saturday. And then I was at Leicester on Sunday. And yeah, that's all I've all have to say at the moment. Can I just say? Because sometimes people don't say it themselves and sometimes people don't ask, but I feel really good today. I just feel very excited. I'm very excited about everything. Can we talk about all of that yet? Can we just say that just excited about it in some states in depth, but I wanted to, in fact, me, so I want to move on to the Jaden Sancho. What you put in the group? This report the athletic. Yes, Jadon Sancho was reported to said that he found that he was like, you know, overwhelmed by the pace of the game against Newcastle when Steve Bruce was there. I read that and I have to say my first look. As a Manchester United fan, watching jado centric go there, you're like, am I going to teach it on Sancho? But as a football fan and as someone who cares deeply about the direction of his career, honestly, I am not excited about the prospect of himself. No, I'm not excited about it because Ian here's the thing. There's no plan. He's always thrived in a structure where there's a plan, and I can see it. You haven't done if van der beek you go from a team that is so well coached with your role is so clear and the things that are said about Donny van der beek are now starting to set about Sancho are he's not this, he's not good. There's always this defensiveness. It doesn't work at your club. It's the player's sport hasn't got character. You can't. You can talk about character or you like, right? But if you're not an assistant, whether it's a structure, how do you excel? You can be a brilliant chemistry. Yeah, so you can be a brilliant chemistry student and you go to place with bad tuition. You're not going to get your good grades, you're just not. No matter how brilliant you know, I feel like what's going on with man united and I think it's like a testament to what it's not a testament. It's a fallacy for me from the people upstairs and what they're doing. With someone like Jaden Sancho,.

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on The Read

The Read

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on The Read

"Vain specific meat and potatoes like paramount. Plus t is like viacom shit right yes it's got my next college hale like the real world and the girls right but then you'll go again. Most of the time you'll pop into a julia popular netflix. Private school disney plus then. And it'll be like so weird my wife and kids whatever stranger and it'll be of the seasons you pop into the real world on on paramount pleasant it's like seasons one two three then eight and nine then fourteen fifteen then twenty two twenty four like where's coral now. I'm too okay. So like i said fully feel you I just have two quick things to address this week. And then i will be ready to go first of all for those of you Fans of england godforsaken reason Decided to be upset at the black people who play for their soccer team for losing. Yes they did on sunday And it was probably the first time in my life that i can remember like black people specifically like missing the goals and whitey making them in like if the black people have made them. Perhaps things would have turned out differently. This is my first time like witnessing that same time in any booth. That's exactly what you get england. You fucking colonizing piece of shit ruined the goddamn glow bitch. I'm supposed to feel sorry for you. I don't but immediately my heart went out to those black people. Because i knew first of all like american born and raised. I know how terrible these white people are in these white people came from them. Britishness so i already know. The white people over there are like a thousand times worse at the core than the way we over here because they beget the knicks over here. They got this shit from y'all and sure enough like not ninety seconds after it was over even though like his white teammates came incompetent him after he missed that kick and even though everybody know. Hashtag allegedly came out to support the black players marcus. Radford jadon sancho and bouquet osaka Even though you know they allegedly said the right things of course. It was a firestorm of racism. Because of course this how y'all act of core shell was immediately gome result to the absolute worst of the racist. Things you could say because that is how. Y'all act anytime you feel like magazine. Don't deliver on the sporting thing that you care so much about anytime you don't win. Actually you're gonna find a way to blame the people who probably had released to do with it overall. I mean and also like. I get that this is an important thing. Y'all care a lot about soccer. Probably the same way we care about basketball or american football but like girl in the grand scheme of things. I do not care you. Expect me to shed tears for europe. Like this is a game. Between england and italy two countries that are in your so first of all like i'm automatically already running low on the ability to give a shit and then you talking about italy. That had a bunch of players. Like throwing banana peels are fans throwing banana peel players and calling them monkeys and all this other racist shit and england literally being england and having colonize most of the globe and being proud of it bitch really supposed to cheer for either one of y'all i don't fucking thing so i don't feel bad for y'all as a country i understand y'all's individual killings a heart and that's fine but you expect me to shed tears for england bitch. It's literally never going to happen. And my second read. This week goes out to stephen smith. Of course that can never live up to my beauty angry. He could never like honestly yeller peers in an industry conway but he could never do you do And it definitely showed on monday so stephen. A smith if you don't know is allowed to spout his opinions on television. This is a mistake. But you know it's a mistake that espn continues to make and will probably continue to make here now but He was speaking about A mister shohei. Yes shohei ohtani. I wanna make sure. I pronounce his name correctly. He is a japanese born man who plays for The la what is that team. Oh my god. What is the best baseball team in los. Angeles dodgers snuggle. No it's not the dodgers he plays for the angels. I'm so sorry all the angels fans are gonna like be my ass but what the fuck is with. Los angeles is there. Some sort of west side. Say have like two or three teams.

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"It can't see Found Yannis. Who now has 37 11 76. Bucks dead. Davis, Um Bucks Radio Yannis, leading the expected buck surge in Game three of the finals. 41 points. 13 rebounds, six assists over 38 minutes. His head coach, Mike Budenholzer. He's a great playmaker. He's a great passer. Um, you know, he's a great screener. He does so many things, and I think when he's conscious of, you know of of doing a little bit of everything, Um, you know, he's very capable. And that's when he's at his best box. Close the 2nd and 3rd quarters on huge runs to cool off the sons, 1 21 100, cutting their deficit 2 to 1 in these finals. Janis joined Shock is the only players with back to back 40 10 games in the finals. He also got help. Last night drew Holiday at 21 on five threes. Chris Middleton scored 18 with six assists. Chris Paul of the Sons with 19 and nine helpers, but Devin Booker just 10 points, DeAndre eight and limited to 24 minutes because of found trouble. Two days off before Game four on Wednesday night. The Magic officially hired Mavs assistant Jamal mostly as head coach Yesterday. The 42 year old reportedly gets a four year deal. British police are now investigating racist social media attacks on the three English players that Ms PKS against Italy yesterday. Marcus Rashford's Jadon, Sancho and Sokka Are all black. A mural of rash for the Manchester was also defaced last night on the field here in the States. The US men beat Haiti one Nothing in K C to store group play at the Gold Cup back goal from Sam Vines in the eighth minute Up. Next is Martinique on Friday. Depending on who you ask. This is a great or a terrible way to hit the All Star break. The 11 and two They.

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Racist Abuse Targets 3 English Players Who Missed Penalties

BBC Newsday

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Racist Abuse Targets 3 English Players Who Missed Penalties

"The shootout. Now. After the game, the FAA said they were pulled by the racist abuse and Marcus Rushford, Jadon, Sancho and Boko Sacco all three miss penalties and that one in British police say they're

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on Caught Offside

"It in spurts. I think the fact that we see we see it from them for fifteen minutes like the first minutes of this tournament when foton hit the post and then sterling had a chance you start you start to think. Oh well like. This is what england fans in waiting for. And then croatia got a foothold in that first game and it kinda has not it would they never switched on really against scotland no against czech republic again spurts early in the game. You know you've got the first half goal from sterling But they're not doing it for ninety minutes. I can tell you it will you right. It was a it wasn't a qualifier. Was the nations league game against spain. Remember the three two okay is very exciting. It was in the field. Good year of two thousand eighteen so it was in the fall of that. Twenty eight was one of the first nation. The nations league games they play it And that was really exciting. Really open But that's it and so if they're going to win tournament geiss. It's not going to be with like bicycle. Kicks from jadon sancho on ju bellingham coming off the bench to rifle home. The last. it's it's probably not going to be that way. It's going to be more similar to what we saw in the final group game yesterday against czech republic so the thing that i will say on on behalf of english fans who are frustrated. Like i don't want to sit here and make it sound like we're belittling you and saying to you be happy with this. You you've just one your group. I do get it a little bit because What's the statute did this. Status may be changed by now. But through their third game there were still a couple other a few other teams hadn't played three games yet but they had created the fewest chances In the tournament up to that point. I believe oh What's looking at the exact set now. Inland and created the fewest chances of any team. That had played three games at that point. I so so so let's look at it. You had an extra zero point. Zero zero in the second half against the czech republic on. I mean it wouldn't have been fire off that and against no So there are things that an english fan could look at and say like you know for me. I kind of lived it. With marino's tottenham where you know they let a lot of games tottenham under marino playing this style but it was always on a knife edge now with england. They haven't gotten burned by the that you know that. Cheap handball review voor tottenham against newcastle. That hasn't happened to england but playing this way as i came to find out personally. You're always just that one moment away from coming back to bite you right. That's just hasn't happened for them yet. And there's also the form of hurricane so hurricane seems on droppable now all. He played a lot better in their in their most recent game. I really thought that he did. He took you know he had one chance that he created Where he took it from the on the left and kinda it back took it across goal was a nice save. I thought he thought he did look better. But the player of the moment is is obviously career lewis and so there was a clamor. A real clamor. Now and it's it's only going to be. I mean so gets into position now. Does he go back to stirling. Does he go back to foreign does he. Go back to mount will the have those options. We don't know oh yeah. I don't think. I thought i had heard most recently. That mount will not be ready will not be available for their next game right. He i think the timeline was that if he is cleared to play he won't have don't any training with the group in that period of time. Now roy keane was asked on itv's last night does that matter and he said no. I don't think so thinking knows the system garrett likes them so we can play them But so get me not want to do that. It may be the excuse. No andrew he needs to play a saka play. Greenish not excuse. What am i looking for here. Maybe he's heads being turned by what he saw against the czech republic. You know because there was those moments of cohesion. Soccer looked like who go at someone getting behind be direct in a way that we didn't see ford and in a way that didn't see maybe so much. What startling enough sterling is such an interesting one negative score. Two goals right. He scored both of them. It has to count for something it just does. Yeah but but you know when an england fan gets the bit between teeth. It's you know why isn't wisn english team. Why can't we get greenish and I was listening to someone. Talk about a jack released dealer night and you know what was the first comparison. Paul gas going. You know because gas going was that figure that not in good form. He still has to play for england. 'cause he can change game he's overweight doesn't matter place ringa now. Obviously jack really known of those things now but maybe it's time for him to start and once that clamor bills and wants to build even a little bit in the media it. It definitely pressurising the manager. Well he did the things i mean. The thing is he came in and did the things that you expect to do. He set up the sterling goal. Right assist. he drew foul after foul. I was. I was working during the game but i felt like every time i looked up. He was down. You know he had been taken down by side note long long-term how long how much longer in his career like. He's twenty five. Is that like plausible for him to keep doing that. Because i i mean surely rob injuries your body. Every time he hits the ground. I dunno speaking of him. You found a clip. Yes so he was talking to talksport last week. And i. This is not you know. I love the irishman jack relish. More than the irish was three caps declan rice but Maybe i'm old. Maybe i'm principal skinner. Here it's it's no. It's the kids that are wrong. Nope maybe it's me. He was asked a question or he was. A question was put to him about something. Dean smith said about him. Allison dean smith also says you're an encyclopedia of football. Where does that come from a walk. An encyclopedia of football. This is we know. An encyclopedia is so basically. You have an encyclopedic knowledge of football. So you know everything there is to know about. Football encyclopedia is a book that has descriptions of every word thing and everything else in it and in terms of full. You have an encyclopedic knowledge. he does not have an encyclopedic knowledge of encyclopedias. Right so is it me know. Is it possible that there's generation someone who's twenty five who wouldn't have come across an encyclopedia because of online and because of wikipedia and because of the access to technology and all that there's no reason none whatsoever that he should have ever picked up and encyclopedia in his life. Let's be honest now. Does that excuse him from not even knowing what one is i i don't know i don't know either. I guess this like we're not that old. You know maybe this is just one of.

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"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"jadon sancho" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Yeah it was. It wasn't a great game. I don't think it was great. I don't think it was a great performance but it was. It was definitely the result to get things going on. And they'll definitely take confidence from not going into the scottish game. Yeah it's what's so interesting to me. I'm kind of now really excited to see what they're starting eleven will be. Because i get the sense that this will be it permanently like. I don't think they know exactly what they're starting eleven is going to be and they might alter it based on what. The opposition is in a game like this. I think that there was still maybe some fear from what luka modric has done to them in the past. And maybe that's why you're playing with an extra defensive midfielder. Even though you said in the calvin phillips wasn't necessarily conventional defense did but i couldn't help but wonder about that i think he wanted his energy in the middle of the park there to give something a counterpoint to the methodical if accurate passing of declan rights who i thought was completely overshadowed over-shadowed in the game not as not a good player but overshadowed by by calvin phillips and then the other thing of course was the clamor for jack ries to be involved. I'm from us as well. Yeah we wanted to see the irishman involved and de didn't happen. No he look it will it has to write. He's too good right. He just he will play a role in this term for england. At some point he just for whatever reason the wasn't how southgate wanted to set up. I don't know to me i almost. I guess it's easier said than done. Because they do have a little bit of a crowded midfield a lot of talented midfielders on this team So like n ones in particular right like you can't from. I've spoken so highly of mason mount over the course of the season. He's he is not undrivable to me. I think he has to play a game. Sterling would be the guy that people would look at and say get him out. He didn't have a good season. Get religion for him but ultimately he scored the goal. he's played very well for england for forever struggles. He had this year with man city that has not translated to his national team. So i understand southgate giving sterling at least a little bit of a benefit of the doubt straight out here. I don't know we'll see like he's gonna play. We have a mailbag question on this a little bit late. Yes so we don't need to go deeply into it. In terms of general england performances aside from some of the names we just mentioned. I thought for the most part. I didn't think anyone had a bad game. They were just to players that. I would look at harry. Kane didn't really do anything which is a little bit concerning. They still were able to win. And we'll see what southgate wants from him if he wants came to be deeper more of a playmaker as opposed to just strictly a finisher. We seem cain thrive. In both roles at tottenham So we'll see what the feeling out. Period is cain and then in defense. I thought kyle walker did well. I thought he defend well but in terms of attack which is something we generally think kyle walker is good at what he had really really weird game. I mean he ended up playing the ball into calvin phillips that led to the sterling goal. So he got he got the move started and i give them credit for that. Yeah really was but he also had a lot of misplaced passes miscommunication all out. How many times. Yeah so it was a little bit of a strange performance for him. I gave him a pass. I thought he struggled with the sun and the shadows at wembley i. They were all on the same field with the same sunlight and shadows but all right fair enough if only he would be affected by it. I suppose that's remotely possible. He's like a pitcher for the colorado rockies. Okay just struggles in daylight games But yeah england one other thing Also bellingham i mean. We came on as a second half sub seventeen years three hundred forty nine days. Old is the youngest player to ever appear at the european championship for any country. Not just england. I i think Back in the day when maybe thirty years ago when we considered international football to be the pinnacle of football for some reason which was probably wrong. Van as it is wrong now This would have been heralded more. But i mean this guy's boston the midfield for dortmund in the champions league so yeah but it's what a special moment for him. I'll say this about england like in the moment right now. They're very good and if things break their way it's not crazy to think they go on a run. I want to say this. When i see things like bellingham coming on and phone hitting the post and mount out there and calvin phillips and greenish our obsession with with this like they got a chance to be really really really good for a while like a few international tournament cycles. These guys are jadon sancho. We haven't even mentioned like they are dangerously young as it's absolutely terrifying and if you look at some of the people who had been left off the bench for the game at the weekend you're like this is. This is real strength in depth that they probably had for a while. But please god that that never comes to pass and they remain. They remain forever locked in in a quarter final defeat to germany. or whoever. i don't care but yeah no it was it was it was interesting and I look it wasn't a great game. But i still. I still enjoyed it. It was it was nice to see tournament football at wendy albeit. It was only a quarter full or whatever it was. 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Adrian Mariappa on George Floyd protests

ESPN FC

03:04 min | 2 years ago

Adrian Mariappa on George Floyd protests

"Nunez spoke to Adrian Mariappan. They covered a number of topics in today's interview, including the protesters. We've seen around the well off the tragic death of George Ploy. What you make of the that now, the football world we've seen Jadon Sancho. Weston mckennie. Bundesliga primarily players here on clubs actively taking a stance against a delight now there's some more togetherness in this battle. feel that they're still a long way to go. See! A lot more unity in his. and. tonight we've. In the UK, although when is not the state? You see how U K, people haven't how standing up together. With everyone in the site SCO protest processes in England in London. All across internationally. And other places in Europe as well. And I think it's a log. Why did she in? There are a lot of. Similarities! You'd K. that Mira the states unless y you know within. The Tragic Medal of Jewish slow come out in muncie video jobs. Hush feel it is a black person you. You incidents that you've had in your life and. It comes back to you in Husky non income. Now's that now is the time to come together. And fight together. Full 'cause. Stuff my told me growing up. You don't have to what's wise. It's hard. Not to get to the same place as you're white, you, you're white. Friends is conversation I'm having with my kids now. One. For, them and I want it to be a level playing for the one that have the same shoe is growing up. To be rewarded for the hardware, and the only way that is gonNA is GonNa Happen as Glatt shot unity in coming together. Nothing these brilliant. That of not plays in sports, people and celebrities just everyone just coming together I a coming together. I know it finally. Just one of the things that was pointed out was at least now. Something that's different. Is People see more white people actively speaking out about this or finally guessing comfortable enough to speak out about this and actually join the fight. Is that something that you think was missing and that we probably need more of. The show. On that maybe is uncomfortable. I is uncomfortable to have conversations up conversations. That needs to be out because. You know this is a baby reality. Slow flappy largely while. The the daily injustices that you fight against, and it needs now backing by everyone so may be uncomfortable. You may not want to speak out by. there's always something you can so long as willing to take action. On support. For.

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