Ozil ‘put up for sale’ after ‘repeatedly insulting’ Emery in Europa League final

first_img Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January no dice Ozil has been dropped several times and on occasions left out of the match day squad all together.Turkish outlet Fanatik are reporting the £350k-a-week midfielder repeatedly told the Arsenal boss ‘you are not a coach’ during the Europa League final.The north London club were thrashed 4-1 by Chelsea in Baku and Ozil was substituted in the 77th minute. huge blow deals 2 Mesut Ozil was taken off in the Europa League final against Chelsea It meant Emery’s first season at the club ended trophyless and they will not be playing Champions League football next season.Fanatik also suggest this has sealed Ozil’s fate with Arsenal and he looks set to head for the exit in the summer. shining Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ REVEALED Getty 2 Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT REPLY tense gameday cracker Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Getty Unai Emery ended his first season at the Emirate without a trophy LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Mesut Ozil’s relationship with Arsenal manager Unai Emery looks to have taken a turn for the worse.The pair have not been on the best of terms all season in Emery’s first year in charge of the Gunners. Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury The Gunners signed the former Germany international from Real Madrid in 2013 for a then club record £42.5million.He has since gone on to make 231 appearances over six seasons but has come in for criticism in recent months for his performances.Ozil is also the club’s highest paid player in history after he signed a new deal in 2018 worth £350k-a-week.last_img read more

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Aguero achieves three landmarks with Watford goal including matching Lukaku record

first_imgDavid Silva scored inside the first minute while Aguero netted from the spot in the seventh minute.Riyad Mahrez quickly made it 3-0 with a goal in the 12th minute and then Bernardo Silva made it four in the 15th minute. statement Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Spurs investigation into alleged racial abuse of Rudiger is so far ‘inconclusive’ 100 – Sergio Aguero has scored his 100th Premier League goal at the Etihad – he is one of just three players in the competition’s history to net 100+ goals at a single venue, alongside Thierry Henry at Highbury (114) and Wayne Rooney at Old Trafford (101). Milestone. pic.twitter.com/1CaVQqMNzd— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 21, 2019He also has 11 goals in eight appearances against Watford in all competitions, including hat-tricks in their FA Cup clash in January 2014 and their Premier League match in September 2017.The striker is now the top scorer this season in the league with eight goals in the first six games. Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Liverpool transfer news live: Star man wanted by Real Madrid, Mbappe latest and more What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship stalemate 1 latest on target center_img Sergio Aguero has become the first player to score in each of the opening six games of a Premier League season.The Manchester City striker netted from the penalty spot against Watford at the Etihad on Saturday as Pep Guardiola’s side made a blistering start to the match – scoring five times in the first 18 minutes on their way to a stunning 8-0 victory. Getty Images – Getty Ian Holloway thinks Arsenal have made a mistake in hiring Mikel Arteta targets Sergio Aguero scored from the penalty spot in the seventh minute LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS appointed It was a calamity for Watford as Nicolas Otamendi made it 5-0 after 18 minutes.The strike from Aguero means the 31-year-old has scored in each of the first six games of the season. Jose Antonio Reyes for Arsenal (2004/05) and Wayne Rooney for Man United (2011/12) had previously scored in the first five.It also made it seven Premier League games in a row in which he has scored, with Romelu Lukaku the last player to do the same while he was playing for Everton in 2015.Aguero has also now scored 100 goals at the Etihad Stadium and is just the third player to score a century of goals at a single venue.Wayne Rooney netted 101 times at Old Trafford while Thierry Henry scored 114 times at Highbury. Steve Round reveals how Mikel Arteta convinced him to join Arsenal staff rookie error BIG PRESENTS UP TOP last_img read more

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Unwashed spinach and mixed leaves recalled over Listeria contamination

first_imgBags of unwashed spinach have been recalled from leading supermarkets following the discovery of a bug-causing bacteria.The Food Safety Authority of Ireland said the recall includes bags of unwashed spinach leaves and mixed leaves containing spinach.The packets were on sale in Dunnes, Tesco, Aldi, Lidl and Supervalu and were also supplied to a number of catering firms. The FSAI said the recall follows the detection of Listeria monocytogenes in a batch of spinach leaves.They include:Oaklands Irish baby leaf spinach (250g) with ‘use by’ dates 23, 24 and 25 September, sold in LidlAldi brand Irish baby leaf spinach (250g) with ‘use by’ dates 22, 23, and 24 SeptemberDunnes Stores brand fresh ‘ready to wash’ spinach leaves (100g) with ‘use by’ date 26 SeptemberMcCormack ‘Loose & Lively’ spinach leaves (100g and 200g) with ’use by’ dates 22, 23, 24 and 25 September, sold in Dunnes StoresMcCormack ‘Loose & Lively’ baby leaves (500g and 1kg) with ’use by’ dates 22, 23, 24 and 25 September, sold in Dunnes StoresDunnes Stores brand fresh ‘ready to wash’ mixed leaves (75g and 100g) with ‘use by’ date 26 SeptemberEgan’s mixed leaves (75g) with ‘use by’ dates 22, 23 and 24 September, sold in AldiMcCormack ‘Loose & Lively’ mixed leaves (75g and 100g) with ‘use by’ date 26 September, sold in Tesco and SupervaluIn a statement, the FSAI said: “The products identified in the tables with a code of 260 or 261 are implicated. Retailers are advising customers to dispose of the packs. Some spinach products distributed to caterers are also implicated.”Unwashed spinach and mixed leaves recalled over Listeria contamination was last modified: September 29th, 2018 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Food Safety Authority of Irelandspinachlast_img read more

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Auburndale girls earn state berth after winning WIAA Division 3 cross country sectional at Athens

first_imgApaches to make third-straight state appearanceBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterATHENS — The Auburndale girls cross country team will be going back to the state meet for the third year in a row after capturing the title at the WIAA Division 3 Cross Country Sectional on Friday at Erbach Park.The Apaches had their top five runners finish in the top 16 of the girls race to earn 49 points, easily outdistancing Rosholt (87) for the sectional title.Isabelle Jewell topped Auburndale by finishing sixth in 20:40.7, and teammates Kali Karl (seventh, 20:52.1) and Vanessa Mitchell (eighth, 21:01.9) were right behind.Errika Zenner took 12th (21:12.4) and Anna Kollross was 16th (21:43.8), rounding out Auburndale’s outstanding performance.Stratford, Marshfield Columbus Catholic, and Spencer also competed at the sectional but will not have any representatives at the 2017 WIAA State Cross Country Meet, which will be Saturday, Oct. 28, at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.Stratford placed 10th, Spencer 11th, and Columbus Catholic 14th in the girls team standings.Angelia Verdone led Stratford, taking 31st in 23:01.0; Kaitlin Kasch was Spencer’s top runner (40th, 23:33.0); and Marissa Immerfall led Columbus (55th, 24:13.4).Marissa Ellenbecker of Edgar won the girls race for the second year in a row, finishing with a time of 19:29.0, 32 seconds ahead of second-place Kortnie Volk of Three Lakes.Columbus Catholic was sixth, Auburndale eighth, Stratford ninth, and Spencer 13th in the boys standings.Adam Rzentkowski of Rosholt won the boys race in 16:31.9, 30 seconds ahead of Jared Zwettler of Prentice/Rib Lake.Rosholt (43) and Wisconsin Rapids Assumption (60) earned the two boys team spots at the state meet.Peyton Nystrom led Columbus Catholic, finishing 14th in 18:04.6, missing out on the final individual qualifying spot by 27.5 seconds.Isaac Thompson topped Stratford, taking 15th in 18:06.6; Carl Lundgren led Auburndale (22nd, 18:21.1); and Spencer’s top runner was Collin Nieman (43rd, 18:58.6).(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)WIAA Division 3 Cross Country SectionalOct. 20, at Erbach Park, Athens*Top two teams and top five individuals not on those teams qualify for WIAA State Cross Country Meet, Oct. 28, at Ridges Golf Course, Wisconsin Rapids.BoysTeam scores: *1. Rosholt 43; *2. Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 60; 3. Marathon 117; 4. Stevens Point Pacelli 137; 5. Athens 139; 6. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 194; 7. Loyal 202; 8. Auburndale 214; 9. Stratford 251; 10. Prentice/Rib Lake 268; 11. Edgar 315; 12. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 327; 13. Spencer 332; 14. Crandon 362; 15. Three Lakes 410; 16. Goodman/Pembine 412; Florence, Owen-Withee, Pittsville, Wabeno/Laona incomplete.Top 10 individuals, and Auburndale, Marshfield Columbus Catholic, Spencer and Stratford finishers: 1. Adam Rzentkowski (ROS) 16:31.9; *2. Jared Zwettler (TL) 17:01.3; 3. Sean Dolan (WRA) 17:97.4; 4. Garrett Dolan (WRA) 17:07.9; 5. Sawyer Fleming (ROS) 17:14.1; *6. Nick Rogaczewski (ATH) 17:18.2; 7. Dausen Anderson (ROS) 17:19.0; *8. Tamerat Kubista (LOY) 17:29.2; *9. Joe Kraimer (MAR) 17:32.6; *10. Adam Dums (PRL) 17:37.1; 14. Peyton Nystrom (MCC) 18:04.6; 15. Isaac Thompson (ST) 18:06.6; 22. Carl Lundgren (AUB) 18:21.1; 27. Josh Guyer (MCC) 18:34.8; 36. Jeremiah Giles (MCC) 18:47.2; 41. Lance Heidmann (ST) 18:55.3; 43. Collin Nieman (SP) 18:58.6; 44. Paul Kollross (AUB) 18:59.1; 46. Aaron Pankratz (SP) 19:03.8; 51. Matthew Leick (AUB) 19:14.5; 53. Carver Empey (AUB) 19:16.9; 54. Paul Peplinski (AUB) 19:16.9; 55. Mikhail Andreev (AUB) 19:17.9; 59. Flynn McQuillen (MCC) 19:30.1; 62. Derek Martin (ST) 19:40.1; 65. Tim Wenzel (ST) 19:45.7; 67. Jacob Dick (MCC) 19:49.6; 71. Bryce Fuerlinger (MCC) 20:00.9; 73. Darren Kieffer (AUB) 20:01.8; 82. Antonio Verdone (ST) 20:27.3; 83. Brenden Fecker (ST) 20:29.9; 84. Ashton Ackman (SP) 20:32.7; 85. Daniel Lopez (ST) 20:35.4; 89. Bryce Shaw (SP) 20:51.9; 92. Dominick Wichlacz (SP) 20:55.4; 93. Leo Rodriguez (SP) 20:57.8; 98. Brett Kasch (SP) 21:12.6; 113. Nate Knoeck (MCC) 22:44.9.GirlsTeam scores: *1. Auburndale 49; *2. Rosholt 87; 3. Wittenberg-Birnamwood 117; 4. Prentice/Rib Lake 142; 5. Marathon 157; 6. Stevens Point Pacelli 179; 7. Loyal 219; 8. Three Lakes 267; 9. Athens 272; 10. Stratford 276; 11. Spencer 277; 12. Edgar 294; 13. Wabeno/Laona 308; 14. Marshfield Columbus Catholic 310; 15. Owen-Withee 320; Wisconsin Rapids Assumption, Crandon, Florence, Goodman/Pembine, Pittsville incomplete.Top 10 individuals, and Auburndale, Marshfield Columbus Catholic, Spencer and Stratford finishers: *1. Marissa Ellenbecker (ED) 19:29.0; *2. Kortnie Volk (TL) 20:01.4; *3. Anna Buchberger (MAR) 20:27.8; *4. Savannah Schley (LOY) 20:30.5; *5. Serena Moore (PRL) 20:31.8; 6. Isabella Jewell (AUB) 20:40.7; 7. Kali Karl (AUB) 20:52.1; 8. Vanessa Mitchell (AUB) 21:01.9; 12. Errika Zenner (AUB) 21:12.4; 16. Anna Kollross (AUB) 21:43.8; 23. Victoria Hasenohrl (AUB) 22:31.8; 28. Lily Kloos (AUB) 22:51.5; 31. Angelia Verdone (ST) 23:01.0; 37. Kaylee Hollatz (ST) 23:17.5; 40. Kaitlin Kasch (SP) 23:33.0; 51. Leah Nieman (SP) 23:56.0; 55. Marissa Immerfall (MCC) 24:13.4; 56. Kaylee Wehrman (SP) 24:33.3; 58. Morgan Albrecht (MCC) 24:39.4; 59. Hailey Roehl (MCC) 24:40.8; 62. Leigh Anne Sieracki (SP) 25:00.8; 66. Melanie Lang (MCC) 25:17.9; 71. Taya Nett (ST) 25:49.8; 74. Maddy Pavloski (ST) 25:55.5; 79. Brenna Manecke (ST) 26:15.2; 83. Julia Schneider (ST) 26:40.3; 84. Hannah Zastrow (SP) 26:50.3; 86. Sabrina Vircks (SP) 26:59.6; 88. Sydney Boeger (ST) 27:22.2; 89. Holly Dean (MCC) 27:23.2; 90. Tiffany Meinders (SP) 27:25.2; 96. Ashley Dean (MCC) 27:40.5; 101. Fiona Gonzalez Pilsner (MCC) 28:12.6.last_img read more

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Technology: Strong-Hand Buyouts

first_imgWith tough economic times, enterprise software companies, like companies from many other industries, are doing their best to weather the difficulty.  And big companies with cash on hand are capitalizing on the general weakness and snatching up bargains.  John Chambers of Cisco said that right now “Cash is king, queen, and the royal family”.Top tier buyers include Oracle, Cisco, and Microsoft.  Oracle, for example has $7.4 billion in cash available.  Cisco has issued $4 billion in debt with an intent to use a good portion of that on acquisitions.  Rumors of possible targets of Microsoft include Adobe, Netflix, Yahoo, and RIM.Many software companies are down in value 30 to 40 percent over the last year.  And as companies are getting short on cash, their leverage in negotiation is low.Oracle has bought 10 companies over the last year.  Oracle’s most recent acquisition was  mValent, a software tool maker that assists with configurations.  mValent top customers included Lehman Brothers and Circuit City.last_img read more

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Enterprise IT & 2103: Some Predictions

first_imgMission Critical will continue the steady migration to virtualized infrastructure IT departments will be embroiled in IT transformation from now on. Prediction #1:  IT departments will be embroiled in transformation because they will now have competition.  Their customers will go to the public web if they can’t get support from the corporate shop.  This transformation is already happening.  One shop I’ve talked with is striving to provide their business unit customers with rapid deployment of virtual servers.  The old way of forcing these business units to wait up to six months or more for a server are rapidly ending.When a business unit is told they’ll have to wait, the business opportunity that they are trying to tackle might just slip away.  Instead of letting that happen they’ll go to a public cloud provider and get a server in minutes.   One article recently referred to this as ‘Rogue Clouds’.  (See prediction #3 above!)Of course IT shops don’t want to lose control but the proliferation of alternatives for their customers is turning all this around.  IT shops have to transform.   IT shops have to transform to remain relevant.To do this they are choosing to move to a homogenous environment of low cost 2 socket servers or even MicroServers (see prediction 4 above).  By having a standardized environment on which to build a highly virtualized compute farm or even private cloud (See prediction #2 above) the IT shop can provide flexibility and high availability to their customers.   Again, a shop I’ve talked to is using VMware’s vSphere to provide high availability to their customers.  They say that they have better availability and uptime at a much lower cost than they were getting on their AIX environment.   Suddenly Mission Critical in the private cloud starts to make sense.  (See prediction #5 above)Let’s build out that AIX example.  Say the AIX server is hosting 100 virtual machines in combinations of LPARS and virtual software.  Let’s say that there is an unanticipated fault that brings down the entire machine.  Unless these virtual machines are clustered to a virtual machine on another server, all 100 have just gone down.  To bring the machine back up, the structure of the virtual machines has to be recreated followed by restarting restored images of the 100 servers.  That’s going to take a while.   One choice to avoid this is to purchase or lease a second AIX server to cluster as a passive high availability host.   The impact to the corporation could be hours of outage or costs in the 7 to 8 figures for the clustered solution.Another choice to port the applications to a virtual server in a private cloud where high availability can be selected as a configuration option while instantiating the server.   If the host server happens to fail then the server is instantiated on another identical server immediately; no need to await configuration of the server.   The net impact to the corporation is possibly a second or so of outage.  The cost of the 2 socket server isn’t very high and replacing it in the rack is a choice as having spare servers isn’t an expensive proposition.   And now with server disaggregation (yes, Intel is a collaborator) the task of configuring server farms is becoming simpler than assembling a model using toy blocks.The role of IT is rapidly changing.  The role of the IT staff is changing.  The role of the server is changing.  The architecture of different brands of servers is losing any distinction.  The change is occurring at an ever rapid rate.  The only thing we in IT can be assured of is that the ground under our feet is shifting and flexibility is a guiding principle for our careers.Follow me on Twitter @WallySP for more! MicroServers will be a bigger part of the market than 10% by EOY 13center_img Private Clouds proliferate IT shops are surprised at the number of corporate applications in the public cloudlast_img read more

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It’s Here: The Convergence of Memory and Storage

first_imgFor years, people have been talking about the coming convergence of memory and storage. To this point, the discussion has been largely theoretical, because the affordable technologies that enable this convergence were not yet with us.Today, the talk is turning to action. With the arrival of a new generation of economical, non-volatile memory (NVM) technologies, we are on the cusp of the future—the day of the converged memory and storage media architecture.The biggest news in this story is the announcement by Intel and Micron of 3D XPoint technology, which will enable a new generation of DIMMs and solid state drives (SSD). This NVM technology, couples storage-like capacity with memory-like speeds.While it’s not quite as fast as today’s DDR4 technology, 3D XPoint (pronounced 3D Cross Point) is 1000x faster than NAND and has 1000x greater endurance. Intel DIMMs based on 3D XPoint will support up to 4X more system memory per platform, compared to using only standard DRAM DIMMs, and are expected to offer a significantly lower cost-per-gigabyte compared to DRAM DIMMs.With the enormous leaps in NVM performance offered with 3D XPoint technology, latencies are so low that for the first time NVM can be used effectively in main system memory, side by side with today’s DRAM-based DDR4 DIMMs. Even better, unlike DRAM, the Intel DIMMs will provide persistent memory, so that data is not erased in the event of loss of power.The biggest net gain is that a lot more data will be stored in memory, where it is closer to the processors. This is a hugely important advance when it comes to accelerating application performance. Intel DIMMs will allow for faster analysis and simulation results from more complex models, fewer interruptions in service delivery to users, and drive new software innovations as developers adjust their applications to take advantage of rapid access to vastly more data.Elsewhere in the storage hierarchy, 3D XPoint technology will be put work in Intel SSDs that use the NVM Express* (NVMe*) interface to communicate with the processors. Compared to today’s alternatives, these new SSDs will offer much lower latency and greater endurance.Intel SSDs will be sold under the name Intel® OptaneTM technology, and will be available in 2016. The upcoming 3D XPoint technology based DIMMs will be available in the next all-new generation of the Intel data center platform.The good news is, these next-generation NVM SSDs and DIMMs are coming soon to a data center near you. Their arrival will herald the beginning of the era of the converged memory and storage media architecture—just in time for an onslaught of even bigger data and more demanding applications.For performance info on 3D XPoint, please visit: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/non-volatile-memory.html.last_img read more

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Out of the box: Virat Kohli on the inspiration behind improved fitness regime in…

first_imgAdvertisement Image Courtesy: DNAAdvertisementVirat Kohli has arguably set the benchmark of fitness and has been rightly credited with the tag of one of the fittest cricketers in the world. The change with the new regime is clearly evident with the Indian team being more active in the field than ever.Image Courtesy: DNAThe Indian skipper revealed that the inspiration of staying fit with discipline being the core comes from footballers. Kohli claimed that cricketers learn a lot from footballers with respect to their professionalism, discipline, and diet. He said in an interview with the Times Of India:“We always look up to footballers for their discipline. It’s a requirement of the sport that you need to be at your absolute best to be able to take the field. Football players are very particular about professionalism, in terms of physical preparation, nutrition and rest periods. We learn a lot from them,”Kohli, however, asserted that cricket cannot be directly compared with football as both the sport vary in the requirements. The 30-year-old added that fast bowlers are the closest to footballers when it comes to comparisons. He added:“You cannot compare. I think the only people who can be compared to an extent in terms of endurance are fast bowlers. Cricket is not a sport which requires amazing physical endurance. Football is fast and played within 90 minutes where you have to be absolutely fit to take control of the situation. In cricket, the fitness level requirement is not as high (as football). But if you strive to be as fit as footballers, then you do things at a different level in cricket. That’s what we look forward to. If we take our fitness level higher, we will perform at another level. Footballers are way fitter than cricketers,”Read Also:Prophet’s Predicament: Where does the Indian bowling attack stand after Jasprit Bumrah’s injury?Slipping Crease: South Australia bowler evades injury after an awkward landing in Marsh Cuplast_img read more

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Are you showing what you’re building?

first_imgLast year, an earthquake rocked Washington, DC. I’ll never forget the room shaking that day. One severely damaged landmark – along with the Washington Monument — was the National Cathedral. Here’s a photo from the Washington Post showing some of the damage.So how do you raise money for a building? How do you put the donor at the center of such a campaign? The Cathedral recently sent me a highly effective fundraising piece doing just that.Here’s what you can learn from this exceptional appeal.1. Show progress. The piece from the National Cathedral had a timeline, showing progress week by week making repairs.2. Use imagery. The appeal was full of beautiful photos, which bring the cause to life.3. Put the donor at the center. The idea of “angels needed” is terrific.Are you showing what you’re building?last_img read more

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Martial snubbed by France as Payet is recalled

first_imgFrance In-form Man Utd forward Martial snubbed by France as Payet earns recall Joe Wright Last updated 2 years ago 21:02 28/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Anthony Martial France Getty France Anthony Martial Bulgaria v France France v Belarus Bulgaria Belarus Manchester United Olympique Marseille WC Qualification Europe Anthony Martial has five goals and five assists for Manchester United this season but has again failed to win a place in the France squad. Manchester United forward Anthony Martial has again been overlooked by France for their final two World Cup qualifiers against Bulgaria and Belarus.The Red Devils star misses out despite his impressive recent form culminating in a goal and two assists in their 4-1 Champions League win over CSKA Moscow on Wednesday.France 17/20 to beat Bulgaria to nil Article continues below Editors’ Picks Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. While Martial has missed out once again, Dimitri Payet has been recalled to the squad The Marseille playmaker has replaced Ousmane Dembele in Didier Deschamps’ plans, with the Barcelona winger ruled out until at least December with a hamstring injury.Lyon captain Nabil Fekir also misses out, despite Paul Pogba’s absence with a hamstring problem, with Tottenham’s Moussa Sissoko winning back his place.Barca’s Lucas Digne and Paris Saint-Germain’s Layvin Kurzawa are the left-back options in place of the injured Benjamin Mendy.France face Bulgaria on October 7 before they conclude their Group A campaign at home to Belarus three days later, needing one victory to guarantee their place at the finals in Russia next year.RDV lundi à Clairefontaine pour préparer les 2 derniers matchs de Qualif’ pour la #CDM2018 !  #BULFRA   #FRABIE #FiersdetreBleus pic.twitter.com/lFJ2m4NTdS — Equipe de France (@equipedefrance) September 28, 2017  SQUAD IN FULL: Alphone Areola (PSG), Hugo Lloris (Tottenham), Steve Mandanda (Marseille); Lucas Digne (Barcelona), Christophe Jallet (Nice), Presnel Kimpembe (PSG), Laurent Koscielny (Arsenal), Layvin Kurzawa (PSG), Djibril Sidibe (Monaco), Samuel Umtiti (Barcelona), Raphael Varane (Real Madrid); N’Golo Kante (Chelsea), Blaise Matuidi (Juventus), Adrien Rabiot (PSG), Moussa Sissoko (Tottenham), Corentin Tolisso (Bayern Munich); Kingsley Coman (Bayern Munich), Olivier Giroud (Arsenal), Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid), Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal), Thomas Lemar (Monaco), Kylian Mbappe (PSG), Dimitri Payet (Marseille), Florian Thauvin (Marseille).last_img read more

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