Hernan Crespo says he wants to return to England as the Manager may, after Marcelo Bielsa, having cut his teeth in the championship.
Unlike their highly experienced former boss Bielsa, Crespo is relatively new to the coaching game. His current team, the Argentine outfit Defensa justice, are the fourth team he has managed, building on previous spells at Banfield, Modena and youth team Parma.
Former ChelseaMilan Inter forward, enjoying coaching and dream about a return to British shores.
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Chelsea well on their way to be the biggest spending party in England this summer – if not in Europe and early indications suggest that the Manager is Frank Lampard wants to build a squad in Liverpool‘s image.
Arrived Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech and the pursuit of Kai Havertz, suggests Lampard wants fluid, formidable front line in the same shape as Mohamed Salah, Sadio mane and Roberto Firmino.
There is one piece missing, though, and unfortunately for Lampard, this is the most important.
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The 20-year-old has become the youngest player to have scored 30 Bundesliga goals and is now a prime target for some of Europe’s biggest teams
A question mark hung above Jadon Sancho’s head when he sat on the bench for the first half Borussia DortmundMatch against Bayern Munich last week. That English The winger was expected to illuminate Der Klassiker, but his fitness problems after an ankle injury kept him unable to start the first three matches after Bundesliga restart.
With Dortmund trailing 1-0 in the first half because of Joshua Kimmich’s goal, Lucien Favre sent Sancho to the last 45 minutes in an attempt to save not only the match, but the BVB title hopes.
Sancho ignored his steps and could not provide the usual spark, making one wonder if he was dropped because his head had been turned away by applicants from the Premier League.
Five days later, Sancho returned to the starting XI, proving not only his fitness, but also those who doubted him were also wrong. The 20-year-old took over the mantle with the absence of Dortmund striker Erling Haaland against Paderborn, scoring a second-half hat-trick to become the youngest player to ever reach 30 Bundesliga goals.
The record was previously held by Kai Havertz, who became a Bundesliga starlet in May with Sancho absent, but on Sunday, Chelsea and Manchester United the target shows exactly why he is highly respected.
Sancho now has 17 goals and 16 assists this season in Germany’s top flight, becoming only the fifth player to score 15 or more and helping 15 or more goals in the same season in one of Europe’s top five leagues since 2006, joining the superstar of the game at Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Suarez and Eden Hazard.
Paderborn’s performance is the latest in a long series of outstanding performances by an attacker who has impressed experts around the world, many of whom now believe that he can improve any team.
“He makes every team better, that’s for sure,” Hargreaves said BT Sport. “Everyone will be happy to have it. Man Utd, Man City, Liverpool, I think he’s as good as he gets from all of them.
“United, Chelsea and Armory all want to have it. That depends on the personnel and who can afford it?
“The price will be lost but he is a generation talent, really extraordinary with his goals and assists and he can play in different positions. He will spend a lot of money but he is worth it, I want to see him back in the Premier League.”
“Obviously, one of the biggest talents I have ever played,” Delaney said ESPN. “With that talent comes a lot of pressure and I think he is slowly starting to feel that from the English national team and the clubs around him now.
“Until now he has been a talent that performs very well, performs better than expected, but there is always the next step and it will be interesting. The next step in his career and development.”
“Just by looking at his skills, he certainly has what it takes to become one of the five biggest players in the world. You see great talent in vain and I would say that he has done enough to prove himself.
“He is 20 and he has the highest goal involvement in the league along with Timo Werner [Robert] Lewandowski is amazing but he has to try more. “
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Speculation that Sancho will leave will definitely intensify as he gets closer to the opening of the transfer window, but the exit talks clearly don’t bother 11 English international players, given the dominant nature of his appearance on Sunday.
The nature of that performance will only make Dortmund more determined to maintain their most valuable assets, who they will not sell at a discount even though Sancho has only two years left on his contract.
If Chelsea or Man Utd recruit him this summer, they will have to pay more than £ 100 million ($ 123 million) for his services. There is great doubt about whether any club will spend that much money during the coronavirus crisis, but if there are players worth more than £ 100 million on the market today, it is Sancho’s ‘generation of talent’.
Wednesday the German Bundesliga match starts with Tyler Adams playing his first full 90 in more than three months – and at right-back, no less – for the first time since February 9 in the 10-draw RB Leipzig who drew 2-2 with Hertha Berlin.
Ex New York Red Bulls The Homegrown Player star was a late addition to the starting lineup after Kevin Kampl suffered a warm-up injury. Specifically, he was patrolling in the same right defensive position US national team Manager Gregg Berhalter seems to prefer the 21-year-old.
The match was flat when Leipzig’s Marcel Halstenberg was sent off in the 63rd minute. Patrick Schick put Leipzig ahead five minutes later, but Hertha equalized in the 82nd minute Krzystof Piatek, dropping Leipzig to third for now in the table, two points behind Dortmund and nine behind leaders Bayern Munich.
Adams’ teammate from the US, Weston McKennie was in the line of Schalke 04 in the next match against Fortuna Dusseldorf, which put his American compatriot Alfredo Morales on the bench. Goalkeeper No. 1 American and former SC Crew player Zack Steffen remain injured because of Dusseldorf.
RB Leipzig performs Mainz in Bundesliga action on Sunday morning at the Opel Arena in Mainz, Germany. Because of coronavirus fears, the match was played in an empty stadium, like all Bundesliga matches have been played since the return of the league.
What’s different about the game on Sunday morning is that the broadcast has been experimented with adding fake crowd sounds to make the game feel more natural.
(Note: Players at the stadium, according to Alexi Lalas FS1, cannot hear noise. That is added to the broadcast feed.)
This is a practice that has been discussed as a possibility for teams playing in an empty stadium, but so far it has been avoided because of fears that pumped noise will feel artificial and ridiculous.
After witnessing most of the first half, where RB Leipzig only whipping Mainz, I must say: Here Lots better.
Yes, it can feel a little strange to hear the crowd and then look up and see an empty chair. But soccer is a game that relies on the atmosphere as much as anything. Your eyes are mostly on the ground, so you don’t pay much attention to the differences. With singing, that feels like a soccer match.
I confess: I don’t think this will work. And I admit that I was completely wrong. It works, it makes the game feel more special and real.
Many people feel the same way, but not all:
Exactly. This is not about fooling anyone. It’s just about improving the TV viewing experience. There is comfort and familiarity with the soundtrack. Still think the art / skills involved in inserting crowd noise in a game will improve with more games. Other leagues / sports records. https://t.co/YrjvNrx7hZ
I think if this is done properly like this, adding crowd noise can make it feel like you are watching a regular match on TV (of course outside the empty seats.) This Bundesliga match on FS1 sounds a lot better than I expected. . pic.twitter.com/yjtcD2KdSE
Mainz plays the crowd in their home stadium v. RB Leipzig. With billboards and tarpaulins covering many empty seats, it almost sounds / looks like a normal game. There was even a whistle from the crowd when Leipzig got a yellow card etc. Sound engineer will do it!