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Monthly Archives: May 2013

Liverpool: Season Review and Grades – Biting, transition and a superstar in the making

Manchester City to add Spanish wingers after Pellegrini’s arrival?

Last season one of the recurring weaknesses of Manchester City’s attack was the lack of width, pace and variety. This was compounded by some errant finishing but often the out of form strikers would have little opportunity to get a few shots on goal. This was because their attacking patterns were too one-dimensional. If they couldn’t rapidly pass their way through the middle of the opposition they were left without a Plan B. Although full backs Pablo Zabaleta and Gael Clichy provided some attacking width they don’t possess the kind of guile or creativity they needed out wide.

Roberto Mancini’s first choice team often featured David Silva and Samir Nasri as the supposed width but they were usually given license to meander infield. Both of them have the natural compulsion to play in behind a striker and occasionally drift wide, rather than being out wide all of the time. With them drifting in, Carlos Tevez drifting back from his forward spot and with Yaya Toure getting forward from midfield, the sight of four or five City players within the width of the penalty box, but just outside, was not uncommon.

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Is Thibault Courtois ready to replace Petr Cech at Chelsea?

Thibaut Courtois is the best young goalkeeper in the world. At just 21 he has already spent two years starting for Atletico Madrid, where he is on loan from Chelsea; a spell that has seen him break the La Liga record for minutes without conceding and this season on the back of his 20 clean sheets, saw the club lift the Copa Del Rey and secure a Champions League berth. The old flimsy, flaky Atletico defence is long gone, in no small part due to the enormous impact of Courtois.

But Chelsea have a problem. A good problem, one that will be the envy of almost every other team in the world, but a problem nonetheless. The issue is that their own goalkeeper, Petr Cech, has just enjoyed his best season in years and is still only 31. By normal football lore, this is the time goalkeepers are supposed to have their best years. Like Courtois, Cech arrived as a wonderkid goalkeeper but faced only the obstacle of the good, not great, Carlo Cudicini, so he was put straight in. The club bought Courtois as a 19-year-old prospect who they believed they could prepare the take over from Cech a few years down the line, perhaps they even had next summer in mind when they bought him. However, things have gone so well for both Courtois and Cech that they are faced with a decision they probably didn’t expect to make so quickly.

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Analysing the Transfer Gossip – 31st May: Suarez, Chelsea, Barcelona, Arsenal and more

As we move in the off-season an unprecedented amount of managerial movement around Europe will surely see an already frantic transfer market go in to overdrive. This will give plenty of opportunities for transfer rumour and gossip. So how much of it is realistic?


Real Madrid are prepared to offer Luis Suarez a £140,000-a-week, four-year contract and are confident they will be able to sign the Liverpool forward, 27, for £20m plus Spanish striker Jose Callejon, 26.
Luis Suarez

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Full story: Daily Mirror

What’s the story?
It seems as if Madrid have zeroed in on Suarez now as first choice. They can offer him as much as they want but unless Liverpool accept a bid he’s not going anywhere. Callejon is highly regarded but hasn’t found consistency. There is also a certain Portugese in his way from getting a first team spot.
Does it make sense? Madrid evidently feel the attack needs upgrading and Suarez is capable of making the unexpected happen. His mazy, tight dribbling will be a good weapon against tight La Liga defences. The issue will be, he loves a shot, so does Ronaldo. Will they be able to play together? Losing him would remove Liverpool of a PR headache but create a footballing one. Callejon is the type of technical quick forward that Rodgers likes.
Is the price right? If Suarez is being valued at £40m I don’t see where £20m and Callejon fits in. £35m and Callejon perhaps.
Will it happen? 8/10 – It’s all the usual Madrid to and fro so far, so it probably will.


Incoming Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho wants to make Porto central defender Eliaquim Mangala, 22, the first signing of his second spell at Stamford Bridge – but not at the £30m asking price.

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Full story: the Sun

What’s the story? Which club in Europe are going to be hardest to buy from right now? Porto. With £60m in their pockets, they’re not going to give Mangala away now are they? He’s a big physical unit of a centre back and Chelsea are on the lookout for defenders
Does it make sense? Mourinho doesn’t have reputation for choosing young players, so it would be out of character. Also, Mangala is raw, so if he is David Luiz’s replacement it’s not really changing much.
Is the price right? No. £30m is insanity but then Porto have full pockets and no pressure to take anything less.
Will it happen? 2/10 – Never say never at Chelsea but this doesn’t look right.


Mourinho, meanwhile, wants to sell Brazilian defender David Luiz, 26, to boost his transfer budget.

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Full story: the Times

What’s the story? Hang on, to boost his transfer budget? At Chelsea? He might sell him because he doesn’t have a position for him though.
Does it make sense? David Luiz is talented but volatile. Is he a centre back? Is he a defensive midfielder? Mourinho doesn’t really have time for his type of game in his tighter system.
Is the price right? They paid £24m and the new Financial Fair Play regulations mean they can’t gulp down a big loss. Who is seriously going to offer them that?
Will it happen? 3/10 – Who are they selling him to?


Cesc Fabregas will make a decision on his future next week and wants to return to former club Arsenal, who he left for the Nou Camp in 2011.

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Full story: Daily Mirror

What’s the story? Fabregas has been linked with Man United and Man City lately, but it can’t be forgotten that Arsenal have exclusive negotiation rights with him. However, reports from Spain suggest he’s going nowhere.
Does it make sense? Even despite the reports he’s staying there is reason to be doubtful. He’s not getting enough game time and this is World Cup year. He needs to get the minutes if he’s to stave off the raft of other attackers for a starting spot. Obviously a huge upgrade wherever he goes.
Is the price right? Barcelona paid £35m, why take less? Still, it’s a mighty tempting proposition even at that money.
Will it happen? 5/10 – I’m as 50:50 as he seems to be.


Fulham are on the verge of signing Netherlands international goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg, 30, in a £3m deal from Roma as they move to replace Mark Schwarzer.

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Full story: Daily Mail

What’s the story? This has been close for months and finally settles in. Schwarzer was good last year but is the wrong side of 40.
Does it make sense? Yes. Stekelenburg’s star was waned over the last 5 years but he’s a decent keeper at a good price with plenty of football still to come.
Is the price right? Can’t complain, solid value.
Will it happen? 10/10 – Close for weeks, now to be sealed.


Sunderland are weighing up a move for Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster, 25, if current first choice Simon Mignolet, also 25, leaves this summer.

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Full story: Daily Record

What’s the story? Forster has been exceptional for Celtic over the last couple of seasons and may want to play in England to push his chances of making the World Cup squad (if England qualify).
Does it make sense? If they do sell Mignolet, perhaps to Arsenal, then he’d be a worthy replacement.
Is the price right? This could be a sticking point. The last goalie Sunderland bought from Scotland was £8m Craig Gordon which was a disaster. Celtic might ask for that though.
Will it happen? 7/10 – If Mignolet goes, obviously 0/10 if not.


Manager Paolo Di Canio has agreed a deal to sign Lazio centre-back Modibo Diakite, 26.

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Full story: Sunderland Echo

What’s the story? Not many know Lazio better than Di Canio who badly needs to improve his central defence. Diakite is massive, good in the air and an athlete. Exactly what you need in the Premier League.
Does it make sense? Yes. He has the tools that can be moulded alongside John O’Shea. Will be desperate to prove himself again after a long suspension.
Is the price right? He’s free, so yes.
Will it happen? 10/10 – Seems to be a done deal.



Bayern Munich’s Germany striker Mario Gomez, 27, is a target for Italian clubs Napoli and Fiorentina.

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Full story: Kicker

What’s the story? Gomez doesn’t fit for Pep Guardiola, there’s no doubting that. But he should be very desirable. He does have his well know weaknesses but if supplied properly he’s a proven goal machine.
Does it make sense? Napoli may need to replace Cavani and Fiorentina to replace Jovetic so I guess that’s the link. However, I think he’d be an excellent signing for Arsenal who just need a big physical pure finisher like Gomez.
Is the price right? Bayern paid £30m but he’s worth nothing like that now. If someone dangles them £18m or so it’ll be tempting. I doubt FIorentina’s capacity to spend that on a single player, Napoli only could if they sell Cavani. Arsenal however…
Will it happen? 2/10 – Fiorentina: Too much money 7/10 – Napoli: a good replacement for Cavani. He’s almost certainly leaving though.


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As we move in the off-season an unprecedented amount of managerial movement around Europe will surely see an already frantic transfer market go in to overdrive. This will give plenty of opportunities for transfer rumour and gossip. So how much of it is realistic?


Tottenham’s 23-year-old playmaker Gareth Bale is an £80m target for Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.

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Full story: Daily Mirror

What’s the story? Here. We. Go! It’s transfer season folks. Gareth Bale is the most dangerous player in the league, three big clubs who will be locked in a footballing arms race all eying him up and down? Yep. That will do nicely fans of transfer gossip.
Does it make sense? There’s no scenario where signing Gareth Bale doesn’t make sense. These three are fairly finely split in terms of quality that signing him would make whichever team achieves it favourite to win the league. For Spurs, obviously losing him doesn’t make sense but they’ve got a new ground to pay for and a lot of other weaknesses to address.
Is the price right? I’ve been saying for ages that these £40m rumours were nonsense. I feel he’s ‘worth’ £60m as it equates to the likes of Falcao and Cavani’s price but is less than Ronaldo. However, perhaps only Real Madrid could offer that. Spurs will surely resist other English clubs more heartily.
Will it happen? 5/10 – I can’t really guess at this yet until it gets up some steam. He’s just as likely to go to any of these but I’d suggest Man United would have the greatest pull. City need to make the biggest statement. But, will Spurs sell to Chelsea of all teams?


Manchester United and Manchester City are also competing to bring former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas, 26, back to the Premier League next season.

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Full story: Daily Mail

What’s the story? Spanish media believe that United have bid on Fabregas. They could certainly do with a player of his undoubted quality in the midfield. As with Bale, if Man City are to keep up with the full speed recruitment going on around Europe they need a marquee signing.
Does it make sense? Yes. Fabregas gives both clubs added quality that they do not have. He is better than the incumbents and will offer so much to both sides, getting the best out of some under performing attackers from both teams. He’s stuck on the bench at Barcelona. However, Arsenal have first dibs and would be mad not to take advantage.
Is the price right? He cost £35m, it’s hardly going to be less. But, he’s still only 26 and is overflowing with ability.
Will it happen? 4/10 – He has said he wants to fight on at Barcelona and would surely be more likely to join Arsenal if they front up.


New Napoli manager Rafa Benitez wants to take Chelsea defender David Luiz, 26, with him to Italy.

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Full story: Daily Express

What’s the story? There’s no doubt David Luiz played his best Chelsea football under Rafa Benitez, so much so that Real Madrid and Barcelona are supposedly circling. As big a club as Napoli could be, at this stage it’s a big step down in theory. However, there is real doubt as to whether he is going to have a role to play for Jose Mourinho.
Does it make sense? It does in a lot of ways. With the World Cup in Brazil he needs to be playing every week to secure his spot alongside Thiago Silva. Serie A is a good competition and Napoli are in the Champions League. His best stuff came with Benitez and Napoli could use defensive help for sure. However, can they afford him and can they persuade him?
Is the price right? He cost £24m. They have no reason to sell, and it’s hard to see why Napoli would reinvest all of their Cavani money on a defender rather than striker.
Will it happen? 2/10 – Only if Mourinho doesn’t want him and neither to Real Madrid or Barcelona.


Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke, 22, is being targeted by Atletico Madrid as a £17.5m replacement for Radamel Falcao, who has moved to Monaco

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Full story: The Sun

What’s the story?
Atletico Madrid are going to need replace Falcao and can offer Benteke Champions League football. His physicality and pace could be a major danger in Spain.
Does it make sense? Yes, but not on it’s own. Atletico’s main weakness has been creativity this year and even despite having Falcao they needed some extra impetus. If they get someone to supply Benteke as well, Cristian Eriksen for example, it makes a lot of sense. For Villa, selling him would not be a good idea unless they are certain they have a good enough replacement but it’ll be hard to turn down a team in the Champions League.
Is the price right? It’s a tad expensive for someone with only one year of top level football but the raw potential is so immense, and his importance to Villa so crucial that it’s about right.
Will it happen? 6/10 – He might not be first choice, they seem to have homed in on Luis Suarez, but it makes enough sense.


Arsenal could make an approach for unsettled Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel, 28, in the summer.

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Full story: Daily Express

What’s the story? Really? Arsenal want to disrupt their good central defence with someone ousted by 35 year old Jamie Carragher and now surplus to requirements at Liverpool?
Does it make sense? No. Maybe 3-4 years ago but not now.
Is the price right? Someone will pay £4-5m but it won’t be Arsenal.
Will it happen? 0/10 – Why spend money on a squad player from a worse team?


Newcastle and Liverpool could be ready to rekindle their interest in 22-year-old forward Bojan Krkic after AC Milan decided against keeping the Barcelona outcast.

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Full story: talkSPORT

What’s the story? Bojan was considered the next great Barcelona star 4 years ago but he’s fizzled out. Loan spells at Roma and AC Milan have failed to rekindle that sparkle that had him destined for the stars. He’s small, tricky and technical but hasn’t been productive offensively.
Does it make sense? Rodgers doesn’t really need another little technician having just signed Iago Aspas to compliment Philippe Coutinho but the challenge of making the most of his potential could be too much to resist. Newcastle would be an interesting spot. Pardew doesn’t have a ‘number 10’ in the squad and experiments with Sissoko and Cabaye in that role didn’t really succeed.
Is the price right? Maybe £6m or so, paying mostly for the skill levels which are obvious, and hoping he can become what he could be.
Will it happen? 6/10 – Newcastle: Despite not being from France this is a modern Newcastle signing in the mould of Hatem Ben Arfa or Bemba Ba. 7/10 – Liverpool: Rodgers has got his eyes elsewhere but if he’s cheap enough he might feel he can coach him up.


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Liverpool to sign Iago Aspas – what can the Kop expect?

Liverpool are closing in on the capture of Spanish forward Iago Aspas from Celta Vigo, and unlike the Kolo Toure signing, this feels much more like a Brendan Rodgers move in the ilk of the Philippe Coutinho signing. For Celta Vigo Aspas played near enough as a striker which is represented in his goals tallies over the last few years. He scored 12 in La Liga this year, which was proceeded by a 23 goal season in the Segunda Division, which fired Celta to promotion.

Now, before you worry that his signing will forbear Luis Suarez’s departure, it is important that Liverpool fans shouldn’t expect to see him playing as a striker in England. At 5ft 9in he is far too small to play as the lone striker in Rodger’s 4-2-3-1/4-3-3 system in the Premier League. Quite apart from the presence of Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge in situ, his talents wouldn’t be maximised as a striker. Instead, he should form part of a very fluid attacking four with the aforementioned strikers and Philippe Coutinho. Presumably this would be with Sturridge up front most of the time with almost total roaming license for the other three.

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Liverpool sign Toure from Manchester City – a step forward or back for the Reds?

Liverpool’s transfer market success rate has been more bad than good for a couple of years, and so fans of the Reds will be wondering if Kolo Toure is going to be more Philippe Coutinho or Stewart Downing. On the surface, it looks like the latter but before writing it off completely, it is best to try to understand the logic behind the move. Reports abound that Martin Skrtel could be joining Rafa Benitez at Napoli, so is Toure an upgrade on him?

Toure is 32 years old now and the raw physical ability that he relied upon to compensate for weaker positional play and a proneness to horrible errors is naturally fading. The first thing you think when you see this signing is that he has obviously being brought in to replace Jamie Carragher, to add experience to the Liverpool defence. That could be true, but if it is, it’s a big mistake.

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Manchester United and Thiago Alcantara – a good match?

Reports in Spain are linking new Manchester United manager David Moyes to Barcelona midfielders Thiago Alcantara and Cesc Fabregas as he looks to add some craft and creativity to his midfield. We all know what Fabregas can do, but how about his younger team mate? Could he be a cut-price, high-quality answer to a question that even Sir Alex Ferguson could never wholly answer?

One of the reasons that 22-year-old Thiago is being linked so heavily to Manchester United this summer is that a release clause in his contract has been activated. This is by virtue of him not playing at least 30 minutes in 60 per cent of Barcelona’s games this season. All player contracts in Spain have a release clause, a result of a previous agreement between the union and the clubs. However, most of these are designed to make the player unattainable. For example, Lionel Messi’s is £205 million and Cristiano Ronaldo’s over £500 million.

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As we move in the off-season an unprecedented amount of managerial movement around Europe will surely see an already frantic transfer market go in to overdrive. This will give plenty of opportunities for transfer rumour and gossip. So how much of it is realistic?


Liverpool and Manchester United are set to miss out on Ajax midfielder Christian Eriksen, 21, as he nears a £10m move to Borussia Dortmund.

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Full story: talkSPORT

What’s the story? I suggested Eriksen as the best out of club replacement for Mario Gotze and they would be a great place for him to go. He is one of the most technically gifted young players in Europe, earning admiring comparisons to his idol Michael Laudrup. He’s not really a need for United and Liverpool wouldn’t have a sniff against the Champions League finalists.
Does it make sense? Yes, perfect sense. Eriksen has a very similar skill set to Gotze and plays in exactly the same position. Signing him would allow them to move Marco Reus back out wider where he’d have more space to use his pace and directness. It will depend on who replaces Lewandowski to get the most of Eriksen’s talents but Dortmund are more than capable of doing so with high quality.
Is the price right? £10m is about right all things considered. He’s a free agent in 2014 and he’s not proven beyond the Dutch league.
Will it happen? 9/10 – This is such a Dortmund signing, following in the pattern of the Sahin to Gundogan, Kagawa to Reus methodology of reinvesting to replace and keeping the profit.


Hull could move for 37-year-old Aston Villa goalkeeper Shay Given, who is available for £1m.

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Full story: Daily Mirror

What’s the story? Given lost his place to Brad Guzan at Aston Villa and Hull had David Stockdale on loan from Fulham last season so he needs replacing.
Does it make sense? Yeah I guess so although I feel Steve Bruce would prefer to keep Stockdale behind a good defence if Fulham would sell. Villa want his £50k a week wage off their bill. This wage could be a stumbling block for Hull.
Is the price right? Villa would take less so they’d be ecstatic with this. Hull shouldn’t be paying anything considering his age and wage.
Will it happen? 4/10 – It’s hard to predict Hull with no evidence in the top flight under the current regime but it would fill a need.


Crystal Palace and West Ham are vying to sign Barcelona defender Marc Bartra, 22, on loan.

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Full story: talkSPORT

What’s the story? No, they’re not. Palace were promoted on Monday and Holloway has already said they haven’t spent much time planning for what ifs. And as for West Ham. Are we talking about direct football, physical defending West Ham? Can you see Bartra fitting in there?
Does it make sense? No. For one thing, Bartra started the Champions League semi-final so he’s not exactly peripheral. Secondly, neither of these teams play anything approaching a style of play where Bartra could be successfully developed. If he was going on loan there’s no reason for it not to be in Spain.
Is the price right? N/A
Will it happen? 0/10 – Of course not.


Real Madrid are confident they will win the battle for winger Gareth Bale, 23, and have set a 15 June deadline for the deal to be done with Tottenham.

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Full story: Daily Star

What’s the story? I guess the battle is between Spurs and Real. Why would they need a deal done by June 15th of all dates? It’s nice to get stuff done early but trying to bully Daniel Levy will not work. They clearly haven’t set a deadline but still.
Does it make sense? Well, he’d be amazing opposite Ronaldo and the pace deficient La Liga could be torched by him, but does he want to play second fiddle? Obviously the deadline doesn’t. It’s Gareth Bale, wait until August 31st if you have to.
Is the price right? You’ll hear otherwise but Falcao – £50m. Bale is younger and has more dimensions to his game. Plus, much more pace. £60m. Spurs shouldn’t, and probably won’t, take a penny less.


Chelsea are ready to go head-to-head with Arsenal for Fiorentina’s £25m-rated striker Stefan Jovetic, 23.

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Full story: Daily Express

What’s the story? This is the type of story that I find hard to understand. Jovetic isn’t a striker, he’s a number 10. He can certainly score goals but is best when given licence to roam behind a central striker, as he does at Fiorentina. He’s not a pure finisher which is what Chelsea need. Sure, Arsenal have every reason to be interested but how about the fact that not every English club wants to sign the same players as each other.
Does it make sense? You’ve probably got the impression that it doesn’t for Chelsea. It certainly does for Arsenal.
Is the price right? It’s sounding like Fiorentina won’t take less and indeed that Arsenal and Juventus are willing to pay it.
Will it happen? 0/10 – Chelsea: They don’t have any use for him. 7/10 – Arsenal: The Italian press think he would prefer a move to Juventus but Arsenal have bid really strongly.


Tottenham are looking at a new £30m strikeforce of Barcelona’s David Villa, 31, and Internacional’s Leandro Damiao, 23, to fire them into the top four.

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Full story: The Sun

What’s the story? Are they really? Really? Andre ‘433/451’ Villas-Boas wants a strike partnership suddenly? He wants to move Gareth Bale further back where he can cause less damage and wants a two man midfield that he has never operated in his entire career? Is that what’s happening?
Does it make sense? They’d both be wonderful signings but how can they sign both? Unless they sell Bale, but then why would they be attracted to join Spurs if they are selling their Champions League ticket anyway?
Is the price right? It’s what they’d cost, but then you’ve got a £10m striker on the bench.
Will it happen? 0/10 – Both. 9/10 – One of the two.


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