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Newcastle United 2 – 0 Liverpool Match preview – 1

The in-form Reds will be on their toes when they face a host side struggling for confidence, in one of the Premier League’s most traditionally entertaining fixtures

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp feels Newcastle United could surprise his men but has warned his men not to take their task lightly at St James’ Park lightly this weekend.

Klopp’s men make the trip to the north east off the back of a convincing 6-1 rout of Southampton in the League Cup, with Daniel Sturridge scoring twice as Liverpool made it four straight wins in all competitions.

With confidence high on Merseyside amid steady progression in Klopp’s short time at the club, they will be heavily fancied to win comfortably against a Newcastle side struggling in 19th.

Even with the likely absence of Philippe Coutinho (hamstring), should have more than enough to ask questions of a fragile Newcastle side.

Klopp – who has come out on top against McClaren twice in the dugout when the pair coached Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg respectively – maintains Liverpool cannot take anything for granted, however.

"I had seven years at Dortmund, seven years at Mainz. So in my opinion [stability is] very important," said the German, who has Emre Can suspended this weekend.

"But it cheap soccer jersey can work in different ways. I don’t know about the history of Newcastle but I know Steve McClaren and his quality and his experience. We have to be aware.

"I’m still a new manager here. I can’t tell you much about Newcastle. I know a bit of their problems in the last year. They thought they needed to buy players and so on, Newcastle haven’t played in Europe for a while, so information in Germany was not easy to get.

"If I need to know more of Newcastle, I would take information. We have to play football against them."

Former England manager McClaren has been given a rude awakening to life at St James’ Park, acknowledging confidence was low in the dressing room following last weekend’s 5-1 hammering at Crystal Palace.

"[Klopp] is a quality coach, I know him well from Dortmund in Germany," McClaren explained this week.

"I have played against [Dortmund] a couple of times. I can see Dortmund in his Liverpool team. But wholesale soccer jersey supplier we have to claw our way back and come through it.

"We have to see some light and then keep going. We have good players and they need to come through this.

"The way they are playing there is effort there, it is just a lack of confidence."

Real Madrid news Benitez discusses Lewandowski ru

The Real Madrid boss was quizzed over reports linking him with the striker during his press conference on Monday

Rafa Benitez has refused to comment on speculation linking Real Madrid with a move for Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski.

The Poland international has been in sensational form for
cheap soccer jersey Bayern this season and plundered 14 Bundesliga goals in as many games for the champions.

But, rumours have gathered pace that Madrid are planning to launch a bid for Lewandowski after the player’s agent reportedly watched the
wholesale soccer jersey supplier La Liga club’s win over Getafe.

However, Benitez kept his cards close to his chest when questioned on the subject ahead of his side’s final Champions League group stage fixture against Malmo.

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  "Lewandowski? This is a press conference about the Champions League game," he said. "I won’t comment on that."

Madrid have already booked their spot in the knockout stages ahead of Tuesday’s contest. However, they will again be without centre-back Sergio Ramos, who has missed the last four games with a shoulder problem.

"Ramos is not ready for the game," he added. "I think he will be ready for the game versus Villarreal [on Sunday]."

Sturridge FINALLY joins Klopps party as stunning L

COMMENT: The 26-year-old changed the game in his first start under the German manager as the Reds scorched Southampton 6-1 to book their semi-final spot

On the short list of things in life that are guaranteed, add Daniel Sturridge starting, scoring and dancing in celebration.

If a reminder was required as to just how formidable the striker can be when fit, everyone who watched his double in the 6-1 schooling of Southampton promptly got the memo.

His two in four minutes completely transformed the game; Liverpool were on the ropes, but the England international floated like a butterfly, stung like a bee and punched the advantage his side’s way.

He displayed all the qualities needed of a forward to flourish under Jurgen Klopp’s ‘fighting football’ system in his first start for the German: movement, pace, technique and the ability to trouble defences and destroy a goalkeeper.

When Sturridge is on the pitch, his confidence, athleticism and expertise can make him unplayable. The problem is his time on the treatment table exceeds his minutes on the pitch and the Merseysiders need to find a way to solve that connundrum.

Since his arrival from Dortmund, Klopp has been pestered over the England international’s fitness in press conferences
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On Wednesday night, he said: “I finally understand why everyone has been asking me, and what everyone has been telling me about him. I’ve now seen it live. I get it.”

The 26-year-old was the catalyst for a clinical masterclass from Liverpool, who cut Southampton up with precision and the kind of goalscoring power that has been foreign to the side for far too long.

Sturridge alleviated the pressure the Reds were under after conceding within a minute and then provided the platform for them to put in their most accomplished performance in front of goal in over 600 days.

He also allowed Divock Origi to operate and grow in confidence without the burden of being Liverpool’s focal point, and the 20-year-old produced a hat-trick in return.

He wasn’t the only starlet on the scoresheet either. Jordon Ibe, who Sturridge has described as his younger brother, delivered under Klopp again in an impressive cameo.

Liverpool have been a different force under their new manager and at St Mary’s they continued their explosive streak away from home.

They hit a combined seven at Chelsea and Manchester City in the league and were just one away from posting that total again against Ronald Koeman’s men.

The hosts were perplexed, watching a blur of black
wholesale soccer jersey supplier shirts exploit them over and over again.

Liverpool have added two crucial weapons to their armoury under Klopp: a ruthless streak and the belief to change the course of a game. They are aspects the manager has previously highlighted as important to hone and Liverpool executed both to perfection en route to a place in the League Cup semi-finals.

They are now closer to a trophy, sit just six points off top in the Premier League and are at the summit of their Europa League group.

After delivering yet another statement performance, they are in a position of endless possibilities: there seems to be no ceiling to what the Reds could attain in this campaign.

Klopp admitted he “still can’t get the f***ing loss to Crystal Palace” out of his head on Tuesday but if Liverpool continue to scorch sides like this, there will be plenty of positives – and perhaps a silver lining – to occupy the 48-year-old’s mind.

Clasico Marcelo apologises to Real Madrid fans

The home fans made their feelings clear during the Clasico defeat to Barcelona and the Brazilian left-back has apologised for the performance

Real Madrid full-back Marcelo has apologised to the club’s
wholesale soccer jersey supplier fans following the 4-0 Clasico thrashing at the hands of Barcelona on Saturday.

Two goals from Luis Suarez either side of a strike apiece from Neymar and Andres Iniesta gave the Liga leaders a resounding victory at the Santiago Bernabeu and prompted a chorus
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Marcelo, who missed a good chance just after half-time before Iniesta struck Barca’s third, says the players must forget the result quickly and fight to claw back the six-point gap to the reigning champions.

"Unfortunately, we failed to do things well. We have to forget this and learn from it," he told Canal Plus.

"We apologise to the supporters, that wasn’t the game we wanted to play.

"We’ll keep fighting in the way we have to fight."

Madrid managed just 41 per cent possession against Luis Enrique’s side and Marcelo accepts that a failure to keep the ball proved their undoing.

"I believe we tried to have the ball but their game is possession. They always had the ball. It’s difficult to run without it, it tires you out," the Brazil international added.

"We tried to go on the attack but it wasn’t possible."

Stade de France hit in night of terror

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Only ‘a club like Liverpool’ re-sign players – Nev

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Gary Neville has advised Manchester United against re-signing Cristiano Ronaldo as only “a club like” Liverpool or Newcastle bring back former players.Ronaldo was linked with a summer a return to Old Trafford and there have been rumours recently that United could make a move to bring the 30-year-old forward back to the club.The Portugal star had a spectacular six-year spell at Old Trafford which ended in June 2009 when he signed for Real Madrid for ?a world-record ?80million and he has gone on to become a legend at the Bernabeu with a phenomenal goalscoring record with 326 goals in just 312 games for the La Liga giants.

Former Tottenham star Bale is also believed to be on Louis van Gaal’s shopping list and Sky Sports pundit Neville says it would be a shrewder move to bring in Bale, 26, than?an replica soccer jersey emotion-led move for Ronaldo.

“I am not sure it is such a good thing for Cristiano to come back,” Neville told the Sunday People.

“The emotion says come back but do you remember when Newcastle used to bring back their old players to be manager?

“And then Liverpool started doing it and I thought “No. Let’s not start becoming a club like that” and this kind of pining for the past. I don’t really want that.

“I’d prefer us to get Gareth Bale and that’s no disrespect to Cristiano who I think is possibly the biggest talent I have ever played with – not the best player I ever played with – but the biggest talent.

“He is an amazing player and what he did for two years at United was out of this world and it was a privilege to be part of it.

“But the idea of coming back as his swansong… it won’t be the same for him as it was before.

“He does like warm weather. He likes the sun and we know that from when he was here. That’s not a criticism of him, he was just used to that.

“It will not be the same for him as it was before but it won’t be the same for us and I am not sure. It would be about emotion. And I am not sure emotion and sport go together really in that way.”

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“Raúl es una persona increíble”, asegura Walte

El compa?ero del delantero espa?ol en el NY Cosmos reconoce que el legendario “7” le ha sorprendido mucho en las distancias cortas

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Raúl González Blanco pondrá fin a su brillante carrera este domingo por la noche disputando la final de la NASL con su equipo, el New York Cosmos. De esta forma, el que fuera uno de los delanteros más letales del Real Madrid y, hasta hace no demasiado tiempo máximo goleador de la Champions League, colgará las botas, quién sabe si celebrando un nuevo título que agregar a su envidiable palmarés.

Uno de sus mejores amigos en la ciudad de los rascacielos, el centrocampista Walter Restrepo, ha hablado en exclusiva para Goal sobre la figura del triple ganador de la Liga de Campeones con la elástica merengue.

“Raúl es una persona increíble. Convivir con él es muy diferente, la experiencia personal que he tenido con él ha sido muy gratificante porque es una persona totalmente diferente a lo que cualquiera puede imaginarse”, nos cuenta Restrepo en conexión desde Estados Unidos.

“Todos sabemos que Raúl es una gran persona, pero estar con él es diferente. Es supremamente sencillo, supremamente tranquilo, disfruta lo que hace al cien por cien y al mismo tiempo tiene un nivel de competitividad muy alto, siempre quiere ganar”, asegura. “Eso nos ha enseñado y nos demuestra a nosotros que tenemos que estar siempre al cien por cien”.

Pocos podrían imaginarse que aquel chico de Villaverde que debutó hace más de 21 años en La Romareda se convertiría en uno de los futbolistas españoles más carismáticos de la historia y que en el último compromiso oficial de su vida, paradojas de la vida, se jugaría un título ante el Ottawa Fury en el James M. Shuart Stadium.

“No sólo para España, sino para todo el mundo del fútbol, este partido es un encuentro aparte”, reconoce Restrepo.

“Para nosotros Raúl es un referente y para mí personalmente es un ídolo. Queremos hacer que se despida de su carrera de la mejor manera posible y esa es ganando un título”.

“Vamos a salir con un plus extra por Raúl y también por Marcos [Senna, ex centrocampista del Villarreal y campeón de Europa con la selección española en 2008], para dedicarles el triunfo a los dos”.

Raúl, que además del Real Madrid también jugó en el Schalke 04 alemán y en el Al-Sadd catarí, se enfrenta a su última batalla con la ilusión de un niño.

“Raúl para este partido se ha preparado como siempre lo ha hecho, dándolo todo, quiere ganar como todos y estamos preparados y mentalizados para el partido del domingo”, comenta Restrepo, que también nos relata sus mejores momentos con el “7” y la frialdad que aún conserva el atacante para conseguir el gol dentro del área.

“Me quedo con todos los recuerdos. Desde que empezó la temporada y vi que él llegó al vestuario, he disfrutado de cada momento: la pretemporada en Hong Kong, los partidos amistosos, todo el torneo, los entrenamientos… Hay que estar ahí para ver cómo define y la tranquilidad que tiene. Lo veo y me sorprende cómo es capaz de hacer que parezca tan fácil hacer goles en el fútbol. Tiene una gran capacidad para definir, para marcar, para hacer lo que quiere en el área. Es envidiable”.


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“Nosotros y cualquiera que juega al fútbol está en el área y se complica más, hacemos la jugada de nuestra vida y el portero te la detiene, pero él posee ese plus, ese algo que es difícil de explicar y que provoca que para él sea muy fácil hacer goles. Lo ha demostrado en este torneo y por todo el mundo, en Mundiales, en Champions, en la Liga de España, en Alemania, en Arabia, en todos los sitios a los que ha ido. Es un grande. Eso siempre se va a quedar en mi cabeza”.

Preguntamos a Restrepo si el Cosmos debería retirar la camiseta de Raúl como homenaje: “Pues sí”, asegura sin dudar. “Es un icono. Ha dejado el nombre del Cosmos en alto nivel mundial y pienso que por respeto, si no lo retiran para siempre, al menos sí lo hicieran por un tiempo. Raúl se merece eso y muchísimo más”.

Restrepo habla con tanta admiración de su compañero de equipo, de su trayectoria y su paso por la élite del fútbol europeo, que no nos thailand soccer jersey contenemos y le preguntamos si, gracias a su cercanía con Raúl, él se ha hecho también del bando merengue, a lo que contesta con una sonrisa.

“Me gusta mucho el Real Madrid porque está James y por todas las anécdotas que me ha contado Raúl. Desde niño siempre me gustó. No puedo decir que soy un hincha furibundo porque nunca he presenciado un partido en directo en el Bernabéu, aunque me encantaría, pero sí siento cierta simpatía. Las historias que me cuenta replica soccer jersey Raúl hacen que me emocione por todo lo que él vivió, los torneos, y porque él está con nosotros”, sentencia.

El New York Cosmos y el Ottawa Fury jugarán este domingo la final de la NASL a las 23:00, hora española.

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Phil Jones: Manchester United players happy with Louis van Gaal’s philosophy

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wholesale soccer jersey supplier Phil Jones insists Manchester United’s form has rocketed because the players finally understand Louis van Gaal’s philosophy. The team go into Sunday’s derby against Manchester City on the back of five consecutive wins and are above their neighbours, after the same number of games played in the Premier League, for the first time in 16 months.Defender Jones says the players needed time to adapt to the approach of Van Gaal, who
women soccer jersey replaced David Moyes in the summer, but are now enjoying his methods.He told Soccer Saturday: "Every player is well aware of the philosophy of the manager and the way he wants his teams to play.“I think that’s why we’ve been hitting such good form lately. Every player now understands their role in the team. It’s more stable.“Players know what they’re doing, day in, day out. Players like routines. They like to know what they’re doing in the week and in training.“You can tell by the performances of late that the players are happy and enjoying it. There’s a real buzz around the training ground.“A lot of people wrote us off. We knew the capabilities and qualities in the dressing room. It’s a big game at the weekend, we’ve got to go out and win the game.”United have won every game since the return of Michael Carrick from injury in early March – a statistic that has not gone unnoticed by Jones.“He’s the most underrated player I’ve ever met. For me he is that good,” he added.“The role he plays in this team is brilliant. He’s an unbelievable passer of the ball. He sees the game well. He reads it w
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