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"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:17 min | 4 d ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Told Gregg halter, sell us the idea of this progressive football. This possession based football with wing progressions. This exciting brand of offensive football. You took over. We're talking about what we finished qualifiers. Let me finish nobody said tout out the youngest lineup you can find Greg. Nobody said, make a makeshift lineup 7 changes to it and tout it out against Panama. That was you. And we certainly didn't say put yourself behind the 8 ball and leave it all to the final window in the final home game in Columbus, Ohio. That was Greg Bernard. He talks about this external pressure. About, hey, this isn't going to be easy. It's not what you guys think. We didn't say that. You said that. Your team last FIFA fixture date said 9 points. So the pressure was on you. You said they were going to play a certain way. So the pressure's on you. You tout out this young lineup, so the pressure is on you. You made 7 changes. The pressure is on you. I don't know why all of a sudden they want to get insecure with this. 6 points was the bare minimum you had to do. The bare minimum and he did that. So the main charge here for Greg berhalter is probably like that he over rotated, right? That's the main thing that we can accuse him of. But if we look back, I think he actually didn't over rotate. The 7 changes against Panama. When we look at what Mexico did in their last game against outside of the world, they made 8 changes, right? And they were still able to go into El Salvador and win that game to nothing hurt. And what we learned there is that the Mexican players, Mexico's second group was capable. I think the Panama game was not a failure of Greg berhalter. It was some players who had individual bad nights at a very bad time. They lost that game. Greg berhalter's rotation did not. If that doesn't satisfy you, let me look at the guys at the teams that didn't rotate. And what happened to them? Panama. Remember, we said, oh, they only made two changes from their first to the second game against the United States. They only made one change from their second to their third game. What happened in that third game? What happened in the second half of that third game? They shipped three goals in 12 minutes against Canada and lost four to one. That's a huge defeat for Panama. Let's focus in on Costa Rica. Why don't we? Costa Rica made three changes from their second to their third game, two of those changes, by the way, forced, or these because of COVID-19 and Joel Campbell because of an injury. And what happened to Costa Rica in the second half? We literally saw the human definition of somebody running out of gas in Brian Ruiz. Costa Rica didn't have it in the 6th half of these three games. Do not confuse. And that's why they got those three points. Go ahead. You can't, you can't criticize them objectively. If you can't criticize, subjectively about how they play and this and that, you can, but objectively you can not criticize because you you set out the minimum. You said it was 5 points last time, and he hit that. Now you said it was 6 points, and without Christian ballistic, and without your pointy hit. I'm criticizing how he went about it. This is where you're so far off. You're naming these teams. You forget, they took each game at a time. They made their rotation. How did it work? Did anyone beside Sebastian Salazar is what you're telling me? You're comparing you. You can ferry goes to rika, whose youngest player was 27 years old against the U.S. men's national team, who's all this player was 26 years old on that day. You can not compare the two. You're comparing depth on one squad to another. You can't compare the two. The circumstances are different. This is why it was a failure for Greg beholder. Not the points because that was a bare minimum. Nobody's gonna say they didn't get what they needed to get. I'm telling you Panama was there for the taking and he didn't take it. He got too cute. All right, you want to get subjective? Let's be subjective. Let's grade the performance against Costa Rica. Because there, I think we can maybe in a more friendly manner agree to disagree. Now, which grading scale are we going to use here? Because I got in a lot of hot water for my E's last time around. So we go, ABCD, F, what grade are you giving this U.S. team for the performance against Costa Rica? I'm going to give them a B it's just a B, it's not to be minus, none of you plus, and like.

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USMNT Stumbles out of the Gate

ESPN FC

01:45 min | Last month

USMNT Stumbles out of the Gate

"Let's look back on the us as nil-nil draw with el salvador in world cup qualifying match of the octogonal round of concacaf world cup qualifying and to look back on everything. That went down he's sebastian. Salazar and hercules gomez. Thank you very much all right. A million ways to break down this first match of the qualifying cycle for the us. Let's start first by analyzing not the performance but the result itself a scoreless. Draw away against salvadoran. The first of three. Are you satisfied with it. Satisfied wouldn't be necessarily the word it's acceptable right. It's this road formula you steal steal away and you secure points at home so if we're going by that formula team that didn't qualify last world cup because they failed to secure points at home because they failed to steal points away then. Yeah by that standard. I wouldn't say satisfied. But it's an acceptable result. So yeah acceptable i mean. Isn't this the most talented generation of us players ever. Isn't it also the most accomplished at club level of all time at some point. Don't we have to the expectations. A little bit yeah. Let's be honest and say give level. Yes at club level by far. That's not even debate. Let's give go pederson salvador all the credit that you want. There's not a single player hurricane team. That's getting anywhere near the. Us eleven the us eighteen twenty six for these games. I mean you are so obsessed with where guys play you. Want to eat horvath who hardly plays a start over matt. Turner salvador has zero players playing top flight football in europe. Not top five league football light football in europe when you have such a decided advantage of the. Us doesn't tell there. Shouldn't the expectation beat to win. If now that vantage when will it be to win.

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"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:03 min | 9 months ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Liverpool losing to burnley by final score of one nil a late penalty for ashley. Barnes the difference and this result significant on so many levels for matches in a row without a goal in the league for liverpool a sixty eight match. Home unbeaten streak snapped. You gotta go back to early. Two thousand seventeen almost four years ago for the last time liverpool lost a premier league game at anfield. They now six points off the league lead from our perspective. We welcome in stuart robson shock his lob julian the ron robbo all start with you. What's gone wrong at liverpool. Well in the last few games the final pass hasn't been quite good enough. They played with the fluency today. They go to into some very good areas. I mean trent alexander. Arnold must have had the ball twenty thirty times inside the burnley box with time to pick out across play cross into the box and he picked out the wrong option and the movement in the box. Particularly the first of wasn't good enough. You wanted to come short at times and rather mike dynamic hawksley <unk>. Was on the right hand. Side is not really a front. Bless we've moved wasn't great in the box amani trying to the runs the deliveries from trent alexander. Arnold were good enough. He should've just been whipping booze. The goalkeeper in the back four and allowing people to mike runs into it. He was trying to pick people up. So they're they're lacking confidence at the moment you can tell that guy moron and other disappointing display from the shock. It wasn't for a shortage of opportunities. Perhaps nothing more symbolic liverpool recently than that. Remiss handed an opportunity and couldn't put it in. Yeah it was a rather ridiculous defensive era that the letter again and yet a lot of ground to cover before taking the chance on and let's be honest as good. As as nick pool was all game long. he shouldn't have said a chance to we. Went for a little bit too much. Pays the crossbar kind of some some liverpool up over recent weeks. They've been getting opportunities. But i just feel too many in that squad seem to have misplaced the shooting boot

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"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The race to the top of the Premier Li is tight especially for those on the outside, looking in Manchester United in Fifth Spurs in a film meet on. Friday separated by just four points in the table, and as you see Friday's odd, the bookmakers don't see much separation between the two sides, either still with US Danny and Stevie Danny I'll start with you. Spurs getting everybody back, so Kasan Kane and yet before the stoppage, they were dreadful. How much confidence do you have in Marino turnaround? I think the place that you just mentioned comeback. Think shoot for them I think if you look at Hurricane, for example, you know the way the the way the Marino started when he first came in. You know he's. He's the focal point of the team. And what taught him did and what radio likes to do quite often is allow their positions of the ball not worked really well for Tottenham in the. The opening stage hurricane was fit. They would sit deep, and then when they won the Ballpark the likes of Aldo viral song. You know very good on the pole. They would be any press from the opposition on the way to be. That was played the bullets. A hurricane is one of the best send full wits with his back to goal, and then the lights, Dalyell. You started unbelievably well on marine. He was getting close to hurricane. The likes of saw the likes of Lucas Mara, but then not hold dynamic. If the team change hurricane got injured, talk continues to play the same way what they had to play. Believe Lucas Maraven even daily goal. Sean is the man and while I do the pace while they don't have the whole to ability of of Hurricane. So what would happen is the. The the balls were being played very long and delone centerfold would find himself very isolated and he wasn't getting any support from the mid fail, so I think hurricane coming budget changes. The whole dynamics of this team and marina will be grateful. letty sparked, but I think optimistic as well for the rest of the season Stevie, Deli allies suspended that everybody's back from Marino. No excuses now, yeah. Do you know what? That little picture Danny painted of the best bastion of. The problem is is the time we saw the best version of Tottenham you probably going back to the semifinal. Champions League which seems like a million miles away so. They've got talent. Settling when the on the game that a team to be reckoned with, but the factors the haven't been even though the Hudson's under Marino. Hasn't exactly been great to watch. Listen yes, the everybody park, but it's one thing having named John Team Sheet. It's another one to perform so. I'm not quite as confident that is Tottenham. Say can just turn around even though the home and stop perdition, Danny other side of this Manchester United. It's pretty clear obvious question. If Paul POGBA was fit. Do you start them? I do you know I would stop him I think obviously it does get a Chris go in his way, <hes> which you can understand some of and I think it's probably the from unites. Oppose the ability that he does have just shown on him. All consistent basis. I think obviously. Since, he's been injured. Does undeserved <unk> Don incredibly well? He's hit the ground running and nothing dot can only benefit Paul Paul I. Think one of the situations the much should united of Hardouin Paul Pogba was playing without any any of the playmakers around on the Patriots expects it to do everything. Let's not forget. This is a play. The Golden Moshe sister lunch night. Let season got the most goals from. Last season, and was still criticized and I think when he first came from event as he was seen as a play, there was a box to box midfielder. Now I don't believe Stephen May Disagree, but I don't believe there's such thing. Those box box midfielders because the game is far too quick his faults. A defensive midfield dictate from from DEEPA or you're document midfield during that just thing that now. What happened while can happen is from United's perspective. The biggest problem in recent years has been when teams have played against them in sock united haven't been able to break down the lesser teams. They've got no problems against most of the <unk>, because the complain the counter attack now the added insensitive, not for months of shines that they have to playmakers in the team, so the opposition midfield can get caught between a rock and hard place. Do they go and stop Pogba with try to stop? Poker will probably be playing deeper. Now than finance than Fernandes in space. If you go stop, stop, Fernandez, then you leave Papa with more space, so it could work out really well for Manchester, united and obviously Chris Rashford coming back as well united. One of you know a few teams that could actually be coming back into this situation stronger than while they finished although they had some outstanding results.

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Inside the US Soccer Equal Pay Fight

ESPN Daily

05:28 min | 1 year ago

Inside the US Soccer Equal Pay Fight

"Foudy is a soccer commentator for ESPN and was a member of the US women's national team from nineteen eighty seven to two thousand four. She also hosts a podcast laughter permitted so Julie. It's been a chaotic few days. I use the word chaotic relatively now for American soccer late last week the president of the US Soccer Federation. Carlos Cordeiro resigned. What was the chain of events that brought that about? We need a couple of days and a lot of wind for that. Actually I think we have that actually right now we do. It all started obviously with the lawsuit that the women filed last March for gender discrimination and then there was a brief that really triggered this avalanche. That was released last week. There central argument was women are inherently inferior to men to this from the US defense quote. The job of a men's national team player requires a higher level of skill based on speed and strength and does the job of a women's national team player. He response was immediate federation saying that Biological Sciences. The reason why men should make more money than the women. You've got to be kidding. Me Arrogance and ignorance here is outstanding. It's mind blowing. This woman are the best at what they do in the world in the world. How how can they be compensated? What then transpired was we were in the middle of our coverage of the she believes up which is an annual tournament that the women play and it was their last game of the tournament and my play by play. Guy Actually looks at me Sebastian. Salazar points to his phone and puts his finger up like hold on. I need to read. Something just been handed a statement from USF President Carlos Cordeiro and he proceeds to read this apology on air from Carlos. Cordeiro apologize for the offensive pain caused by language in this week's court filing which did not reflect the values of our federation or a tremendous admiration of our women's national team women's National Cordeiro saying I hadn't properly read the brief. I apologize for what's in there. We're firing our legal team and hiring late them and walk INS. I literally had to take about a five second pause and gather myself because my head was about to implode these players are getting deposed all the time they're being asked questions like you lose the fifteen year olds though right so you're inferior rights so you know this is happening. You have to know that the players are feeling it is well known was buying it and to give us the statement on air. I thought was a terrible idea for me to react to it. I don't get how you ever get to this position where you're okay with letting your legal team run all these depositions in that manner and making that that central tentpole of your arguments and the very next day. Carlos Cordeiro resigned as President Julia. Why do you think the backlash resulted so quickly in Cordero's resignation? I think the sponsors helped I think. They saw the reaction from some of their biggest partners. Coca Deloitte Volkswagen. The statements they put out. Were words like we're disgusted by this. We would never associate with an organization that thinks this way yet. We stand by the Women. If you're US soccer they feel like they're on the brink of something in in a very negative way and so they knew they had to do something quickly. Obviously this moment puts the players in a bit of a weird spot. Where in the midst of all this? They're playing event wearing the shield for us soccer's actively trying to undercut their standing as highly skilled athletes. How did they react honestly? Who was so proud of how they handled it. Us and Japan have on the world soccer's biggest stage and today they meet with the two thousand twenty. She believes title on the line. We've been given a heads up that they were gonNA wear their jerseys inside out. The warmup jerseys wrestler wearing their warm up uniforms inside out. We're told this is in response to the latest legal filings by the US federation. Usually they take that photo with just the starting eleven before you start a game. And you're in your jerseys. They kept their warm up jerseys on and they had the team stand in solidarity. They knew they had to play but they also wanted to be clear. Like this is not okay. We don't stand for what their argument they're making. They always have the. Us Women's national team proved their worth on the field. Three to one over Japan. They are she believes cup. Champions on air right after as we've seen all over social media her response was spot on like I want every little girl to know that you're not lesser than a boy

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"sebastian salazar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Another World Cup they defeat the Netherlands in the final today to Nell took their fourth World Cup second straight World Cup victory incredible accomplishment by the women's national team to help us break it down to go out to the shell Pennzoil performance on a welcome and Sebastian Salazar of ESPN FC Sebastian thank you so much for giving us some time here is this the greatest women's team of all time that we have right now in the U. S. hard to argue really hard to argue that it's only one other team that double one back to back and that was the two thousand three and two thousand and seven German women's national team and I think if we're just talking about kind of an honest look at where the women's game is in two thousand nineteen first is even just twelve years ago the growth internationally it's really really impressive so what that means is that feels that this American team has had to hack through to get not just this title but the two thousand fifteen title as well they're the best fields we've ever seen in the women's game so in terms of not just the players on this roster but the quality of the opponent they have had to go through I don't know how you make an argument that this is not that bad international level women football team we've ever seen so Sebastian how much did this victory this World Cup really help grow the sport even further than what it is today look I think we all know the legacy of the team that won it all in nineteen ninety nine right even twenty years later even if you're not a big soccer fan you can rattle off some of those names but here's the reality about soccer in this country and it's certainly true about women's soccer in this country I it has a cycle that aims to hit a high point every four years and then the sport of how to receive back into the weeds you don't hear about it a lot you need super stars to keep it alive and and in this country then you can have super stars won a bet on a big personality and to if they don't win and that's the thing that was one of the national team happy have huge personality and now that they've won back to back titles those personalities are gonna command huge respect across everything right marketing on the field you name it they're gonna get it they're going to become stars so we now have our next generation of mia Hamm and I think that's only going to help propel this American program into the future as one of the dominant forces in the game so fasten Salazar's are Gaston Dickerson hood the S. P. N. radio and the ESPN app we heard the chance of USA after the win Sebastian but also we heard equal pay equal pay when the V. for president was handing out the metals is that could ever be a reality do you think that people will be moved by all this public sentiment in the women's U. S. women's players making these public comments and do something about this insane pay disparity yes so the biggest pay disparity in in all of international football comes really directly from the far right it is there prize money that they give out for the World Cup Gianni Infantino who's the president of FIFA has come out with it stop a bullet point plan to kind of shape or if not save at least bolster the women's game and and part of that plan is to double the prize money for the World Cup for women that you really really small when you compared to the overall prize money pool that the man have so one must be fed decided we'd have to fly this down the middle the good the game and I'll be honest with you I don't see that happening primarily because the faith that male dominated organization they have never really truly until even now shown a commitment the women's game so I don't think we can expect them all of a sudden to do that and have to take that money away from the man well that's not gonna happen what the U. S. women can achieve it's very equal pay through their battle with the federation US stock and I think the victory today along with the big personality that we were talking about earlier will go a long way in helping them achieve those goals I think the U. S. women I have taken great great strides on the field which will help them off the field Sebastian whether some other World Cup teams that surprised you some teams so they play a little bit better than I thought yeah definitely so the story of this World Cup guy did that yeah the US is still the dominant force but the Europeans have figured out that women play soccer too and now that Europe who does doctor the bass turned their big infrastructure towards this game in the women's game those teams are going to become the next powers in the US is going to have to fight them off the let's talk about the Netherlands they reached the final today in two thousand fifteen that was the first World Cup it ever qualified forced to think about that they go from making it to their first World Cup four years ago now four years later playing in a final that's huge growth Italy was another story like that hadn't been in a World Cup in twenty years they got to the quarterfinals this time around England is a really really big power not only at their national team really good but all the big English clubs you know about the men's side are now starting to put their money into women's teams and that's only gonna help England same story in Spain for the real big story this World Cup is just how good all these European teams are getting and just how quickly they're getting so that the matter was Sebastian Salazar and Dickerson hood on ESPN radio since we're talking so much Sebastian about how much more the men are paid than the women can you give us an idea of where the men's U. S. men's national team stands right now what their expectations are for the coming years so they have a match tonight they're actually in the gold Cup final which the gold Cup is the continental championship for North America and I have a really big problem with people allow we for both the gold Cup and Copa America which is the south American championship to have their final bow on the same day the women's World Cup for exactly this reason The Hobbit up well you have been updated so today as well we're not talking about the women which we should be the US men are very very mediocre and in a very mediocre region tonight they will play for a title against another team that's better than them but still any international spent pretty mediocre and that Mexico it's a really good rivalry of but the U. S. gift into this game with far less pressure than Mexico Mexico in Mexico is expected to win and if they don't it'll be be lead story the U. S. here is happy to be in the final because they're in rebuild mode they love to beat Mexico because it's survival but I don't think a lot of people on it we expect this US team to win tonight so they're playing a little bit carefree but again when we compare any of the achievements of this men's national team in this women's national team I think we have to deal with a really big grain of salt especially on the day and I'll repeat this with the women won their fourth world title fashion Dickey so much for the insight we really enjoyed enjoy the rest of your Sunday okay definitely take the time out Sebastian Salazar from ESPN FC joining us on the shell Pennzoil performance line I'm sad to see Bob Lee retire because this is when you need a Bob leave behind a desk tell you how bad people is that's what you want it over the years Bob is always been there as the as the chief journalist as when you think of journalism you think of Bob Lee all those years of going across the country around the world we are bringing a story from the close of the stories but it didn't stop a Bob leave them tell you behind the desk how bad feet but was and how in balanced and how disconnected buffet as to the reality of of what needs to happen and that is the paper of for these women and these that these women athletes there to be able to win the World Cup everything they've gone through yeah I mean if Sebastian really broke it down very well there's still a disconnect in it's just it's amazing this happening in twenty nineteen well Sebastian's right now her saw Megan Rapinoe made these comments the other day to like walk why are these other tournament finals on the same day as the women's World Cup final there's nothing more important in soccer than a World Cup final but why would you schedule these other events on the same exact day I agree this day should be all about the U. S. women's national team beating the Netherlands to win their fourth World Cup not U. S. versus Mexico on the men's side I'm sorry but he's he's right I mean I mean who's making the schedule here who's the schedule maker find me the schedule maker what some speaks with them as a let's see if we can find the schedule makers try to book him they're not a left yet had tell them the work the phones back there and find out the schedule maker hello there well he he the schedule maker actually so that it's it's sort of like a knock is making the schedule up for international soccer nine so yeah well listen again we will credit of course the U. S. women's national team unbelievable fourth World Cup second straight World Cup as they defeat the Netherlands to knelt I let's talk with our buddy Kevin Pelton he will join us coming up next a toxin NBA free agency two thousand nineteen this is Dickerson hood it's ESPN radio women's World Cup a listener of save on a penalty kick in the eighty fourth minute teammates went straight to her and they were like love cats all you we have your back the U. S. V. the England two one is on the Sunday's final fix the stickers and then I would free offer contingent on subscription pay shipping and handling cancel anytime message and data rates.

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"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Welcome to episode nineteen. ESPN AFC special coverage of the two thousand nine thousand nine women's World Cup alongside World Cup champion Olympic champion and the two thousand one defender of the year for the Boston breakers. Kate Markgraff I'm Sebastian Salazar, we are joined also live from France by Julie Foudy, Julie, you are in Paris. You are in the middle of it. All it's a big event in a big city. There's a lot of stuff going on in Paris that now. Right. You got like a heatwave. There's a pollution spike. We got a sometime at transportation crisis because they're trying to get cars off the road. It seems like aside from this big game generally the city is almost simmering right now. It is simmering this, it's lively here as it always is in Paris. But it's interesting because been doing live shots on the streets, actually, and people will be walking by and they don't know what we're doing live shots for. But all of a sudden, you'll hear this go friends we will win all. Or our security guy the other day as he was leaving us we work in the same for the next game. He was like I'm sorry about staying and I said, what do you mean VA? And he goes when you guys lose. So it's definitely even though there's video is so big and, and simmering cheer point. It's definitely something that people are talking about you get you get a feel for it as is even we're doing our live shots. I love that people connect through sports, and even through talking trash with people that you generally, don't talk to you. It's an opportunity. Is that is that vehicle in which to engage in conversation? So you're talking about the heat and all that we are any of the players and the pollution, spike. But more the heat for me. We saw the evidenced in one of the games Italy game. You could see that Italy in China were struggling with the heat about what is it really feel like because I feel like when I see eighty degree temperatures that doesn't really turn off the alarms for me that I should be talking about the heat during a game when I'm calling a game. Yeah. You know Ron the last game against Spain. It was it was be me. It was kind of a stifling, win type a heat. And this one is steamy as well. But every Claire you talk to that. Oh my gosh. This is nothing. You know, it's thirty degrees, hotter and Houston or Samuels yesterday thing, have you've been to North Carolina in the summer or, you know the Orlando. Ride group, you know, saying this is nothing. So I think the players honestly are not worried about it as they should be. And I think they, they also feel it's an advantage because of the depth of the US, gene, the fitness of the US team is we always know that is a hotter, the better for the United States when they've literally or like this is nothing. If you look at the forecast, there's suggestions, it could get up to one hundred ten degrees. At some point over the next seventy two hours, they're in France or saying it's going to deliver some of the hottest temperatures ever recorded in a country. So it is a pretty extreme situation. As far as the heat is concerned, Julie, I want you to give us kind of your feel of what you saw it. Today's press conference there's some context, so I wanna lay down. I obviously, unless you've been living under a rock, you know, that there's been a nother media controversy that swirled up around this US women's national team about thirty six hours ago. Video came out from eight by magazine that was Meghan routine, essentially saying that you wouldn't be going to the White House. If the team one actually essentially doubts, the team would even be invited turns out that video was shot in January..

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"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"We're back on ESPN AFC special coverage of the two thousand nineteen women's World Cup Kate. Mark Sebastian Salazar, and we are joined now by very special guest pharaoh book cat longtime player for the Spanish national team. In fact, lateral has all time leading score. Vero thanks so much for the time. We really appreciate. I know you're in the middle of your season in the end of your cell with Utah. So I know you're busy, but let's jump right in on the Spanish team. We solve them three games. They won one against South Africa. They drew against China. They lost against Germany. Although I might argue that that was actually the best performance of the tournament I wondered just what your general thoughts have been on Spain so far. Yeah. I think the the game against the South Africa was actually a really disappointed, Matt's sagoes the game. Like they didn't play like we expected. But they grew during the next two games. And they play much much whether it against Germany, and the also against China. But we have a scene that the is really hard for Spain to, to score. And that is a big problem there. That is something that we've been talking about quite a bit as they play beautiful soccer, but they, lack someone who can be dangerous in the final third or finish or create opportunities. What do they need to do? And who would be the one you would look to that could actually be that one to score those goals. Yeah. Sort order style. We love to have the ball. We, we love to have the profession, but we also tried to, to be a little more. Benthic. Oh, I think. We are missing that in this domain and also in the last you Cup. But I hope that the song of the, the new play your young ones like fear fear on I carry they, they play you that they can run behind that. They can use this face. I maybe a little more dangerous. So I hope to see them tomorrow in the lineup or doing the game. And the try to, to find like maybe song contracts or after some possessions, just right to be more better. Because with them on the that's the, the option that we have to really beat the US marrow I've watched the Spanish team. And I gotta admit like I'm frustrated by like the chances that they're creating sometimes they're so perfect so golden so, so clear. And there's there's just a real real lack of finishing. Are you surprised by that? I'm a little surprised because we have really talented players, but it's true that we, we don't have like a really big strike, or we actually we never have that maybe we have other players that they change positions a little more. But right now, we just have a general, so that is normally playing like, like number nine but he's really a number thing. And then we have my Coty that can do the job. There should be a good game against it. The jed money and help it deemed to play a little better. But it's true. It's a, it's a, it's a problem, of course because in soccer you can we, you don't score, but also is like something that we are talking a lot..

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"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"In episode sixteen of ESPN AFC special coverage of the two thousand nineteen women's World Cup alongside World Cup Olympic champion and a three time all American during her distinguished playing career at the university of Notre Dame K Markgraff laughing in the background, I'm Sebastian Salazar. It is great to be with you, Kate. I'm going to pull back the curtain here. A little bit for folks. We have a huge show plan for today, and we were gonna lead with an interview with one of your former teammates variable cat who's going to get us all ready for USA Spain. She played for almost a decade with the Spanish national team. They're all time leading score going to get some great perspective, then England Cameroon happened and all the controversy about the game itself the comments after the game. So like, okay, we're gonna lead with England Cameron, and then France, Brazil happened. And I feel like that's where we gotta start because we almost saw the hosts and the tournament co-favorites go out. But France does escape they win the game by. Final score of two one goals coming in the second half from Govan in the fifty second minute Thais tied up in the sixty third and then the winner in the hundred and six minute off a set piece Medine on re has France for you. Finally, finally overcome their hurdle because all we did talk about France before this was talk about their history of failure in big tournament. Big moments, this seemed to be that and they certainly didn't fail. I think France that might be, you know, this might be the galvanizing moment, and it came from Anri who did play in the NWS L. Why did she play in the end because she wanted to develop them in tally that the US is famous for? And as you watched that game going to extra time you saw two players kind of step up a little bit more one with Tina who came in as a sub who has not played well, but I thought she actually played decent today in an on reuse saw them doing things to try to make a difference in the game. Like making runs that other players should make. But they made because their players have the legs finding that extra gear. And that type of senior leadership in the big moment can either go, you know, it'll be more of the same that we've seen in, which they buckle under the pressure or they're able to have that mental endurance, and keep the confidence high and the belief that'll come if the keep doing the right thing, which is what mentality is and get on the end of that set piece. But it comes down to France. Again, set pieces. This be the most dangerous team on Sep uses so Francis history in these elimination games is worth noting right now. They've been knocked out in the first game of the knockout rounds at the two thousand sixteen Olympics, the two thousand thirteen European championships, the two thousand seventeen European championships. And at the two thousand fifteen World Cup in Canada..

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03:43 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Like I think Graham Hansen is like she's just she's now a star while you've been talking about this is now the next starred. They have thirteen players under the age of twenty three. So this is a topic area and they call come the Norwegian league. And then they get drawn out people have criticized the top sorry not being as good, or, and people criticize Soberon for this style play. It's very like they wanna keep possession. In fact, all my Norwegian friends are like we're not going to go very far. We're gonna lose not the other, and yes, they have problems on the outside backs are outside backs are slow, and not good enough, especially Minta like you know how every single team attacks. They're left hand side. And there's a reason for that. Right. We saw France to it. We saw Nigeria do it, and my, my first tweet, I was like that left hand side is a problem. It's going to continue to be a tax. You're gonna see England. We assuming going to get over Cameroon because they are one of the top teams in the world. They're going to have imagined that against Lucy Braun Makita parish. So a very good team. But this team is just building like Germany as the seventh youngest team. These are two teams that are just getting started in terms of their dominance. Caroliina Graham Heinsohn used to play for Wolfsburg's. She's just joined Barscelona. So think about that, like Barcelona attack. If, if you will, you got Graham Hansen, you got, like a Martins. You have I'll show. All you've got a Tony Duggan in there, some of the stars that your liking of this World Cup, plus like half the Spanish national team is in there. So you know that, that, that Barcelona attack is going to be a fun, one to watch once the club season gets going over in Europe. All right. Enough on today's games. We still have the rest of Sunday's action to preview. We'll do that in just a moment. But first, this quick break back here with more ESPN ABC's coverage of the two thousand nine hundred women's World Cup in France. K Markgraff Sebastian Salazar time to preview. Tomorrow's matches we've got England Cameroon and France against Brazil England, the winner of group d Cameroon third place out of groupie. We remember their dramatic late winner against New Zealand that put them through Kate. This is obviously a match for England is the huge favourite where do you think this game will be decided? Ooh. That's a good question. Where does it come down midfield comes onto midfield there? So midfield, heavy right? It's a four three four five one depending if they're in possession, or not in possession. We got to see some different people, they do a lot of squad rotation that one England strength is their depth the other are there wingers Tony Duggan got back in Beth Mead. We saw provided a critical assist whether friend. Kirby will come in, or Georgia's stanway, who was excellent outside of the foot passes on me up Ernie. It was so good. Yeah. She was so exciting, and then the Catholic parish back. Right. So this is a team that in the midfield is so explosive that they are going to find Ingles to play around Cameroon and Cameroon recall. I mean there on that same emotional roller coaster there. One of the third place teams to get in. They won on the last kick of the game. It is a team that has a lot of confidence the team that believes in one another and a team that has gotten better. So it's going to be interesting. But they were they were the lesser of the group link thing about who they played, I think England is better than Canada. And I think I think England is. And those are two teams that Cameron struggled against you but dangerous on the counter-attack right off in in shoot who scored the two goals. Engand the number seven the number three in the number seven are really those wide players to watch for Cameroon. They're very, very dangerous and both of them like to cutting sometimes they can be dangerous..

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03:45 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Welcome into this. The eight episodes of ESPN AFC's daily coverage of the two thousand nine thousand nine hundred women's World Cup going on in France alongside Kate Markgraff Sebastian Salazar, Kate how you doing. We are one week in we survived one week. I am actually doing much better than I was doing last World Cup. Because of World Cup is so much more competitive than the last World Cup. Is it too soon to say this is like the best World Cup ever? No. It's not too soon. It was soon as you could have set it after the third day I feel like after Italy beat Australia. Right. I'm really happy. Actually the United States. Thailand game did not happen earlier on in the tournament because it would have felt very much like past tournaments when goalkeeping was questionable and thirteen o routes were not abnormal. So I'm excited that, that happened on the last day. So then that just felt like a little blimp, instead of the high quality games and low scoring games that we've seen some thus far. We have triple header today. A group d looks very, very clear. We'll get into that a little bit later in the show, group, c has also been cleared up a little bit group e comes out tomorrow, a couple of really interesting match ups. I think in an interesting group, but as we are want to do on this show, we will start with the US women's national team now. You know. Julie Foudy is covering the team in France. She's imbedded effectively with the group and she's been talking to players. We've been bringing you some of those interviews, you heard Samuel's alongside Juliane yesterday's show. Now, also yesterday Julie had the chance to speak with rose Lavalle. So right now, let's listen to that interview with one of the youngest members of this team. Whereas you've had a couple of days now to reflect on your first ever women's World Cup game two goals. What was the emotion of that moment, like it was really exciting? And I've said this every time but I got to really great passes. So they made it easy for me. But it was really exciting on the scoreboard and be able to contribute. I know you've been closely watching France's well after flying through their first game and then they had a little bit more of a tougher time against Norway getting those three points. What lesson did you learn about coming off a high, like Thailand game? And then going into the second game from them. Yeah, I think while the Thailand game was really exciting. We know that we kind of just have to put it behind us and get ready for the chili game. And like I said before we can't get too high on her Heiser to law, and our lows, we kind of have to just stay even keeled and take it one game at a time. How important is this younger group with the energy, you bring the creative talent you bring to the group to the team? Yeah. I think we have like such a cool mix of players. And a lot of. Weapons, and it's been exciting to see us like continue to build chemistry on the field. And I think we're like peaking at the right time. What is your reaction when you hear all that stove talked about in the states about the number of goals, the way you guys celebrated how you guys reacted to that as a team? And personally. Yeah. I mean, I think we've kind of not been on social media in reading too much about it, but we respect Thailand, and I think respecting them is giving them our best game. And. Now, we're kind of again putting that behind us. And it's onto the next game, we can't stay focused on that. Are you surprised that it's lasted this long that they're still discussing it, though? I don't I re- I really haven't been reading about it. So I didn't know it was lasting this long. But I mean, it's, it's fine. I, I don't know what to say. How much pressure do you feel when people talk about rose Lavelle being the creative juice of the United States women's team now? And being the key cog and breaking down defenses as this young talent coming in the team..

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03:27 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You just see all these people, and you hear the roar and then nationally at them goes, and it's just like you can feel your it's like a matrix moment. You're like whole body calms down. He can just hear your heart pumping and you just it's, it's almost like you see those pictures, what was that one with Kevin Costner was a pitcher. And he's like, turn on the mechanism and everything goes quiet. Door. That was that was what was it was so good. It was gout or something. We're just going let it go. Just reference long bridge, and get over it. And that's what it's like when you walk out, because if you get caught up in it, it may affect you. Remember in two thousand eight in the Olympics wasn't at home. But I remember being teary eyed 'cause I knew it was my last major event. I knew I was probably going to retire after that. And I actually had the biggest mistake in my career because I got caught up in the emotion. I like had a back pass which really ended up being a through Paul for Norway. And it was the best backpass most textured perfect weighted ball. If I had played it for the other team and we end up losing that game to nothing. Another air by another teammate of mine. We just weren't ready just weren't cute in mostly. But this team was able to do it. And I credit on dean Henry, that's the captain for this team. She's able to just take that steely composure, and just keep everyone around her calm, and she performed. I thought she was the reason that she created that for school through pressure and are smart pressure. It was deceptive. And then she put pressure and was able to dispossess a South Korean player once she's able to do that as every captain, sh sh. Should she knew that her performance could help calm the team down? It did. Yeah. It's amazing. Right. Like you wonder who's going to step up in that moment? And now you know why? It's her. Now, you know why when you lost the armband when DA crabby came the head coach, she said, no, no, no. You're not what I want. I want that I think the next captain will be backed by the from everything I've heard in her leadership ability, but you get to see right? Renard was the captain today. Earlier in the show, you mentioned pulling out of a tackle against Nigeria, should, I say that should I give back my jersey, I actually want to ask, because, like, I feel like a lot of our listeners, obviously, a huge women's football fan. So, so they remember your career. They know it. Well for those that didn't don't you know didn't watch Kate play. We could describe you physical centreback, right? Yeah. We're known for your for your crunch. So my question was never dirty, but I was definitely. No, no, no, honestly because I pride myself on that. I was never dirty, but I was all I was just I would say I was a smart consistent hard player. My point was the question. I'm trying to get through how many tackles would you say you back down? Right. That's. I wanted to point that it was really. Against Brazil, heck I laid out as many Brazilians I could. Honestly, because that's the only way you could stop them. Right. But not a dirty way. But I actually went in with extra event ever been dirty than her next quotas. I've laid out many Brazilians when I could actually catch them even in my prime I definitely I you cannot win a tackle against the Nigerian at least I could and I was not scrawny. I was it was a big girl, so yeah, kudos to them. And I think they have plenty of players like that, that can win those challenges the key against Nigeria, when you play them is, you have to be organized and help, let your shape help absorb their individual talent, Norway Nigeria in group. A and then in groupie tomorrow, its Spain versus South Africa, and Germany versus China eight triple header at the women's World Cup. All right. That's it for this edition of ESPN NFC special edition of women's World Cup coverage for Kate. Mark off. I'm Sebastian Salazar. We will see you tomorrow..

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03:24 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Welcome into the ESPN FC studios alongside World Cup and Olympic champions. Julie Foudy and Kate Markgraff. I'm Sebastian Salazar, we have reached the eve ladies of the two thousand. Women's World Cup. We've got an hour long show. We're gonna make you put your picks in brackets. So everybody can laugh that you in about a month time. We're also going to have a report from inside US camp from this morning. Such very exciting. But let's start big picture. We're gonna go group by group as quick as we can. There are six groups top to each group go through to the knockout round and then four of the six third places team will as well. Here's group, Ed Kate, France Norway, South Korea and Julia that hosts get the toughest group in the entire World Cup. This is a group of death compared to all the other ones. France Norway, South Korean Niger would all advance on their own if they had been in a different group. France, along with the US the co-favorites to win this tournament there. You see the odds are going off at seven to two in group b Germany, the reigning Olympic Champions League away. They'll be joined by Spain, China and South Africa, one of four debutants at this world, never bet against Germany, even if they struggled at the European championships. I think this team will do well in this turnament, and I really. Like Spain as well. The US played them in January and they looked very strong. You really like Spain. I really like group. See Australia, they've never made it past the quarterfinal round, but they are pretty much the favorites in this group joined by Brazil, Italy. And Jamaica, this is gonna be a high scoring group who needs defending. That's how three of these teams approach it Astra. Brazil Jamaica, very frontloaded for attack in Italy is the one team that's a little bit more defensive, this is going to be an expulsion, exciting group to watch Jamaica's Caniggia bunny Shaw, definitely a player watched on us to make us in this group, the England Scotland Japan and Argentina I love this. I mean that England Scotland game all ready. I wanna watch it, Japan and the last two finals. But I'm taking actually England to win group d England fresh off that third place finish at the last World Cup, two thousand she'd in group, e Netherlands, two thousand seventeen European champions Canada, New Zealand, and Cameroon and Netherlands are. So exciting going forward, their front, three or so dynamic. Canada is focusing on defense. The question is, how could as New Zealand? That's something we don't know in Cameroon showing up for that frican side. It's going to be a battle between one and two and last, but not least Rupe? St. Thailand, Sheila. And then a team we've seen a lot of of late. That's right. Sweden is back for a fifth straight World Cup the Americans and the Swedes will meet in the group phase. Forget about the last Olympics where Sweden eliminated the United States in the quarter-final round. This is turning into a pretty serious rivalries indicate it is, it's almost like a warm blanket that we were talking earlier leather, familiarity, breeds, contempt, not in this case, because they're both going to get through, it's just a matter of how they manage the group stages to see who ends up being first and second Sweden Dinna Julie consecutive World Cup six overall of the eight, but here's the thing that people forget the last time and the most recent memory of the US team has with Sweden is them knocking them out of the Olympics in two thousand sixteen the first time a US has never made it to a medal route, and that's fresh and that's burning. So when people say what will the United States do in that third game when they're both sitting on six points?.

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04:09 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Welcome into this Wednesday edition of ESPN FC, we've got shot his. Sebastian Salazar here in studio. We will be joined throughout the show by indoor and sit low. We look forward to their many contributions, actually SIDS backyard, though, where we start this, the cover of us are headquartered in Madrid. The visual is guaranteed sale. Golfing, the quote is so most robots. We are robots. So. Are you? Seeing some, some lifestyle comments that Berith behind to make about his lifestyle, a pro footballer sid ONA, sir with you on this. This standoff doesn't seem to be going anywhere now seems to be getting nastier. What's the latest between bail and Real Madrid? Well, I think you've summed up quite nicely. This is getting a little bit bitter. It's not really going anywhere yet. I mean bear in mind, that was still in my the transfer window runs all the way to the end of August. Although admittedly, no one really won't sit run that long they would they would much prefer to be resolved before, then the problem is that right now the positions so far apart. Rahman Jade want Gareth bile to leave, then it ends it on has made no attempt whatsoever to hide the wants byles Aleve and started to try and send very clear messages to him. But of course, bios position at the moment at least is well, three year contracts, you're paying the eighteen million years year off the tax. If you want me to go that needs to be resolved the needs to be a solution where he doesn't lose money, and he salary where the office in terms of way he goes places that he wants to go to clubs. Big enough for him the complained that kind of salary, and of course, from Ramage's point of view, they will want those clubs to pay some sort. Transit feet now at some stage, something is probably going to have to give. And if it doesn't that I guess, what we're going to have is Gareth bio reporting back for pre-season training gun. Hello. I'm trying to get on with it, but not playing in. Let's get your perspective on this TV Nichols sit on the show yesterday that get shouldn't go back to the merely just given his injury history. I wonder what you think do you think the Premier League is where he belongs? Well, it will be quite an I thought, I think he'd be welcomed back and he'd be a great signing, wouldn't if somebody like Manchester United who need this, this major surgery. But since been explaining there's a lot of bridges to cross before that can happen. And maybe Gareth by Liz quite prepared to sit there in Madrid playing golf nor being in the team because in the dean's Dan, obviously doesn't want him in the team. So I think what is happening that will certainly pick up the is the big clubs in the Premier League. Whether they're prepared to bust their wage structure to have him on board, whether they can persuade him to come is, is quite another matter. But is an enticing prospect in what about is injury history? Specifically, do you think primarily teams given their schedule given the amount of game should be buyer, beware with this player? Well, they would be a little bit wary. Yeah. That may be and he's not getting any younger he's pushing up towards thirty now. So it is a factor. But if you will. Manchester. United who don't have Champions League football to offer. I don't know whether that is a killer of the deal for somebody like Gareth bio. But just say Manchester United were interested and offered the right kind of carrot, I think they'd be prepared to take that Chelsea's on that because he really would be a marquee signing sit. I want to ask you a question here who has more leverage, because obviously Real Madrid just sit on the bench for three years. But in the article that you wrote, I believe it was yesterday. You kind of make the point Madrid can't make any moves until bail is moves. So isn't he in the power position here? Well, that's, that's I mean, I think we're in a position where in truth right now. Nive really in the power position in the both sides kind of depend on each other. So long as you make the assumption that Gareth by wants to play football wants to play over rounded, and Saddam would have to back down and play him or wants to go somewhere else..

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04:07 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"He started the very bottom of the ministry with with the Landau city can can his signing alone. Change the full James of club who need something to happen. Your question in phrased by you can his signing alone. New no the answer is no sea. And the other thing is at ninety. Maybe a good player in MLS. I don't doubt that would be the case. But he doesn't quite have the presence of slot done, Wayne Rooney. It's not that kind of name, and it's not that kind of player. And so. There's a lot of help needed in Orlando. You are not as as they were last season because you're missing one or two players not only you missing one or two players. But you also missing that culture, you missing structure and organization, you miss an identity consistency. All the things that make you a good team. They did not have last year. Yeah. So it's not just ninety. There's a lot of things. I gotta change in our lending nor for them to take a step forward. The only way is up. So yeah, you know, it's interesting that they took the risk on ninety also. And I think this has been reported. They were at least kicking the tires on Danny Ave. I heard it was a little bit hotter than that. And actually that Orlando backed out because this was too old older, obviously, the Noni, but but that they didn't think that about ninety look, I don't know. I think in what I understand of his role in sporting. It's been pretty much in decline for quite some time is productivity has been down for quite some time. I'm curious as to what he just basically what he is what he still is. What's still have in the tank and then on? Top of that. Let's be honest Orlando is like you said probably the worst situation right now us to walk into outside of maybe Cincinnati because there are legit expansion team. I'm glad you mentioned we'll take a quick break. And then we'll get the midwest Jude little Ohio, you foam stomping ground LA them. And and get some predictions on the preview show. All right. Welcome back third and final segment chef this. LS preview show on ESPN AFC Haley, one hundred Merano Sebastian Salazar we'd gone gone west through little Ohio little mid west Allio, former stomping I'd surely whatever else happened in the off season. The biggest off season storyline was the crew and their you know. You know, saving at that story is being well told its focus on what you see ahead for them because they're really sign. Anyone playing was. But they got a new coach they go to new GM new ownership group pretty much knew everything glumness. Yeah. And so. Let's take this very carefully. When I say that. I don't care what happens with the Columbus Crew on the field this season in terms of results. It's comes from a place of I'm just glad they're playing in Columbus where long. Yeah. I'm glad that that that part of the history of of the Columbus Crew it's over with that the Columbus Crew are going to be where they belong and where they should be. And where it was preposterous idea to think that they should be somewhere else. Now that they're in Columbus Day, the positive signs are that this new ownership group is come in and said, we're going to embrace the alumni we're going to embrace the crew fans we're going to embrace Columbus. We're going to embrace save the crew and all the people that had a grassroots movement that that created enough attention to say, hey, there this this group and this team, and this organization is for saving embracing all of those things I think sets up the Columbus Crew for the future in a great way. With the there's there's conversation about the new stadium coming in and all the things and new plans that these new ownership allows in terms of the Columbus Crew on the field. I am simply saying is it is with any transition. And we mentioned that with the other ones. We'll see what Caleb porter brings successful in Portland. But we're not sure as to what the exit of Caleb porter looked like Portland and what? The the situation in this scenario was what we do know is that he's had success in Emily's..

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03:16 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Welcome into the ESPN NFC studios for this Sunday edition of the show. Craig Burley Sebastian Salazar with you got plenty of action from Syria. Ligo checking on ES G as well big game against the. But let's start in the Premier Li see marking of the day and probably the weekend in the French placemen and place they stood into the weekend. This got off the way quick start thirty six seconds in Alex will be trying to dribble out of the back. But I it is not going to end. Well for him set your Weddell the final time. As good bullying by port. But Alex, what we what are you doing man gets his head up and said, he says, you know, what from my kinda ranked I can do that. Very happy third minute. Moose stuffy takes down a widow in the box. No call. Should there have been think? So. Yeah. Should have been a penalty 'cause missed it. You minutes later Laurenti. Is it at one? I can't imagine that it is by sign that are hands. Thoroughly speaking conceal a corner geic regardless he does a very poor job of it. Open hetero the flick on by someone rally, you mentioned Rehim sterling makes up for it here. Forty third minute. Let's come all the way from the penalty felon, Daniel typical months play lick Stein here. The most one of the most experienced players on the field. Just caught ball-watching want to then a lovely bowl from stealing two few one that at the half, sixty minutes, sterling again, and I all again with a little help from arm hand. I say it's hip go with Fulham. Leeson elbow, right? Oh, well, nobody saw it apparently. And after the flight from from Berlin, oh, maybe those come off his hip counter, regardless hatrick, Guay, two three one city big three points. I guess city wing within two points. Then of the top of the tables. We check out match statistics. Of course, a trick. What all some controversy over his Lasco. Let's hear from Manchester City, striker aftermath. Did it come off of your own? I think it was in the now, and I I saw the TV was. Doesn't matter. Go doesn't matter though. I think we appreciate the honesty there from Coon. Let's start on the arsenal side of this Amery was the obit too aggressive in a setup especially considering the opponent, Manchester City. No, I don't think. So because I think if you just go there and and sell up to defend just to sit duck. What what caused them was was basic at us. You You know? know, particularly, it will be mindset, and the dress is a player the fos- thing you're saying teach other is less than guys. You know, we do the basics. Well, we keep it tight. They'll say was always been you. Keep it tight for the fifteen twenty minutes for straightly crowd. And you make a mistake eight. So then. And then it's difficult. Tried to get to front men into the game was Gwen dizzying Torrero, then Abud.

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05:08 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Brits have you with us ESPN SC studios Stevie nickel? All manner Sebastian Salazar here with you gave Marcatti and sit low will join us in just a little bit deadline day in Syria and the premier -ly but deadline didn't quite deliver the we're hoping so instead we're going to start where a punch really was not delivered unless it was a gut punch to Chelsea made their new. Yes. Cute over Chelsea Chelsea's worst Premier League defeat in last ten seasons. Much the talk about the match, and then what happened afterwards with money Saudi backroom staff and his players here. Sorry after the defeat. May be my full to may be that the not able to motivate them. So we cannot lose for Neil guess ball. And I want to respect ball. No motor and universal that I like very much they go to the D butter. It's impossible to lose for Neil here. Booking with the players immediately after the match, but is the but difficult also for them to to say why? So I have to try again tomorrow because I needed to understand why because I need to solve this problem. So aside from historic defeat for Chelsea also critical drops them to fifth outside of the Champions League spots. So they're still even on points as c goal differential with arsenal. Now, occupy the fourth spot, obviously papers all over this. And as mentioned before the big story is what happened immediately after this game a fifty minute session between sorry and his players in the dressing room. The backroom staff reportedly not included. So what was discussed in this meeting? The reports are out reportedly Eden hazard among players singled out for criticism supposedly playing as he wanted not as he was instructed sorry reportedly also asked his players what he can do better. Let's get some insight onto what may have actually happened in this meeting gap. It was a closed-door meeting yet everything that was supposedly disgusted is out less than twenty four hours later. What? Yeah. Well without giving too much away. Maybe I can imply that neither Saadi nor the club. How the problem with this information of what was discussed getting out? I think they were very keen to to show the idea that look they're taking seriously. They shoddy wants to have a conversation about this and open conversation with the players to how he felt that had to happen to media. The after the game he didn't travel back with with the team either. He he went off with with an assistant to go and prepare for the next day training session and the match this weekend against Huddersfield. His priority was to to see exactly try to get from the players. What is wrong what they think went wrong from his perspective and from the club's respective those first forty five minutes Chelsea actually played relatively well hit the woodwork had chances to score. And then in the second half. It's not so much the two defensive errors that led to the two goals on the counter, it's the complete lack of reaction that came after that. And and that's what's so befuddling to them. It really was shocking. Just to see how this all played out in the aftermath gave me the result itself wasn't surprising enough. This is chaos. Listen up solution so So kiss. kiss. He'll be ever held in ridiculous. As the club were quite Hoppy for what took place in a meeting to commodes. I mean, she's to completion. And Sally for me clearly has never been in a situation where he's been under severe pressure because he looks zoo, and he count what things out is droning. He can't walk out is blaming players. He's even putting these coaching staff in the meeting the press of finding out what the meeting was about all of these things go against everything that ever harms our proper football team a football club all of these things that he's been doing as PGE one. You do not do when's it gonna end somebody's been part of a back room staff when a manager does that to you. What's left? One the low it I would I would be very very strong to the manager. Settle we need to be in this together. I don't think you separate separate the club urine together all old outage. The simple thing of the matter is this. What about what about you goal has been tumble? Everybody knows what to do..

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"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Yeah. Those stories of two on three park on these Gomez Sebastian Salazar's baked with us. It is Sunday January twentieth. As we sit down reported. This addition of the pod for you American football fans that conference championships. Sunday that Moscow Rams your ritter's. I am I'm confused. None of the raiders plane. No, all right. So you just adopted an ex team an ex team. A nets team. I'm in Los Angeles sounds pretty bad. Is that what the buffalo Bill? Mexico national you bet on to suffer anymore. The Super Bowl in cases to pass give them the best chance of winning against the patch. So you're picking pats and Rams, no more. I hate the James, but I hope it's cheap from Rams. I think day a lot of here is beyond the borders. ESPN pick that to be the Super Bowl. A long time ago. Unfortunately, we were all pegging as what a mistake the game yesterday preview that never was. So now, we may actually get enough American football quick dish into the show you were actually one because you live here. Now, you got a new show coming out got real quick on nights. Thank you. Thanks. But I should should know better believe they gave me a show. They get out multiple podcasts at work that you there. And then they were warded that are you taking credit making your Oregon. No. But it is cool. It's it's going to be unfortunately, late night comedy sports show. Talk shows comedy late night. Ask talk show revolving around sports and pop culture here in Los Angeles. So we're going to get tons of quote, guests the first week we've got lined up or anything and whites. Jack. Are you talking to Carlos? He's actually wants to Laker game. He might come on the promo for the show. Actually, I go idea playing basketball from the Lakers aside. He was always injuries super Damascus ball. So by doesn't mean, he's staying, okay. Let's that. So. Didn't you didn't wanna know why we're in LA or you didn't wanna know on the east conference championships in the National Football League. But you to know our thoughts on on the Mexican national team. And I think there's. Because this is actually the first showing done in the official data Martino era the year. Yes. But I feel like we've covered that Martino such light three. There are three critical things to touch on today. Cardinals fan the rumors L AFC Celona Diego Linus his debut with the move to bet. These and are still and the decision which now appears to be final to return to Mexico from Europe. I'm surprised it's all about. And maybe some thoughts about data Martino of the first things. He's done after taking where Here we go. we go. Talk about the players I especially since we're here in media Media day. day. We actually just had a sit down interview origin Mendez sat down with Carlos fed up interview for ESPN that I was listening through the door on the other side. Yeah, I I didn't make it in time. I'm late to everything. So I didn't want you try to open the door try to open the ear pressed against identity. Looks like a spy out there. I could work for Marsa time. Anyway, he was very noncommittal in the interview. I thought he he certainly didn't shoot down the rumor civic. I mean LA for now for now is was pretty clear he said parcel own as a great play. Los Angeles is a great place on finding the way either way that'd be good either way. Let me ask you would you should down the rumor that club in the world probably top two club in the world. Top three let's say well after you know, it can be good for business. What L AFC TriNet rumored, Allah, would they say no from the beginning? Because all of a sudden LA sees name. Their brand is being talked about on aimed. International level. Spain England everywhere that soccer's important is being talked about is an option for on. I didn't want to go to on the L AFC rabbit hole or side of this. Visit pod. It's it's interesting people. Why would L AFC do this with it? Do see..

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"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"sebastian salazar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Welcome into the NFC studios, Paul manner. One hundred momento Sebastian Salazar here with you on this Saturday, plenty to get we got highlights from Italian Cup. You're here. Did you? Overwhelmed with joy to have me back in the cedar avenue. What a lot of thought that we all. I haven't seen it. Oh, it's quite an experience to see. We're going to preview Spurs United Madrid bettys as well. But let's start Palmer's since we've got you here with arson the mighty eighties one word they felt a West Ham. One nothing to the scores. Look back at gunners last six Premier League results. Three losses in their wins against moment. Fulham Burnley and uninspiring draw away to Brighton poets focus on on the match against West Ham. What specifically did you see wrong in this defeat? Team selection belong the formation number two. I just feel the going do is going to be a good player. But he's not ready for the Premier League. I wanna play ground Jack along side him or the plates Harare, runs from the get-go, no creative place for the like Soviet won't be Luckas at an Obama on. You know, you've got such talent going fall. But no supply lines. So it was just I think he got it wrong. I am on so many fronts. It's not like you watch this game on you thought. It's only a matter of minutes before arsenal. Start creating opportunities in scored a goal. It was comfortable as one nothing win can be for West Ham. Yes, there were couple of moments here and there, but that was about it. There was an sustained pressure that wasn't sustained possession, whatever sustained possession. There was by arsenal. It was sideways and backwards very little improving very literally testing West Ham with him in the end is. All right. You guys are going to play in front of us. We'll take that. We'll be fine with that. And we're going to challenge you physically. Which is another thing that was disappointed about today that when they were challenged physically they weren't quite there. And they did not match the intensity was him on the ball. Tackling the ball win in the ball and keeping possession of this is I'm not sure whether I am knows the history of these games. This is a London Dobbin. These sounds Haiti with a vengeance. And for him to play the salt of team that he played today. Everybody every household thought who follows this? Then know the struggling the buck. So why not protect the but for just a little bit. If you look at that three. It's an ever written all over the protection of grunted Jacka Gwyn. Doozy is not good enough. This is simple. So you so Westwood brought on that Nasri were coming into the game exhaustible, so he's going to inject some firings and again on notes, which is going to China is going to Chinese going to inject some some pace empowered because that's the type of Gandhi plays. So this is not going to be in these again for us. Oh, I came into this game thinking, oh, it's just west. You You know, know? not bothered about. It doesn't make any sense aid. Seems like it was so long ago now that arsenal and in that on beaten run and everybody was excited. Everybody was happy. And everybody was like look this team a team that can challenge is this a team that that could be a major player this year in the league. And the truth of the matter is we said, then and we say now there are flaws that show themselves back then did not get exploited and that perhaps were covered because the team was not losing matches by now those same flaws show up in matches that they lose any becomes very clear that this team could do a couple of things defend defensively. Be more consistent and the midfield. Certainly more consistent and winning the ball in regaining possession of the ball. And in the final third. If you only player that could really burger hats, maybe. Right. That you may just have as part of this team. And yet seems to be at a favor mess would also whatever those reasons are Niamey knows better than everybody else. Well, we just saw the starting eleven he's not in the starting eleven so he's not even in the eighteen is this finally kind of the first moment where this approach with ozo- has finally backfired on Murray because if there was ever match, you say arsenal needs some creativity felt like this was it..

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