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Cesc Fabregas slams Maurizio Sarri for decision during Europa League final

first_imgCesc Fabregas criticises Maurizio Sarri for not bringing on Chelsea captain Gary Cahill in Europa League final Advertisement Ewan RobertsThursday 30 May 2019 7:09 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link871Shares The Italian chose to bring on Davide Zappacosta in the last few minutes instead (Picture: Getty)Cesc Fabregas has criticised Maurizio Sarri for not handing Chelsea captain Gary Cahill one last farewell appearance in the Blues’ comprehensive Europa League final win over Arsenal.Chelsea blew away their London rivals in a rampant second half in Baku on Wednesday night, with a brace from Eden Hazard and goals from Olivier Giroud and Pedro sealing the win.Cahill, who will leave Chelsea when his contract expires this summer, was left on the bench throughout despite the wide margin of victory, with Davide Zappacosta coming on as the final sub in the 89th minute instead. Cahill was denied one last appearance but got to lift the trophy (Picture: Getty)Cesar Azpilicueta, who was wearing the armband in Baku, was quick to invite Cahill to lift the trophy with him, but both Fabregas and Eidur Gudjohnsen felt Sarri missed an opportunity to properly honour the centre-back with a late cameo.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘A fantastic servant for the club. I mean, if there is one thing that I am missing tonight, it was this touch from somebody,’ Fabregas told BT Sport.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘Especially it should come – and I know it’s his [Sarri’s] night, I don’t want to say anything negative tonight – but a little touch to Gary Cahill, five minutes to go, 4-1 against Arsenal, put him on, give him the armband.‘Let him leave as a proper hero as he deserves. I missed that to be honest. But anyway, great night for Chelsea football club.’center_img Fabregas, who gets a winners’ medal, felt Sarri should have brought Cahill on (Picture: BT Sport)Gudjohnsen, who was also in the studio, agreed: ‘That is absolutely spot on. I am not sure it even crossed Sarri’s mind, because maybe as a coach he was so focused on everything that goes on.’Cesc chimed in: ‘But that’s why you have people around you as well that help you.’Gudjohnsen agreed again, saying: ‘Yeah, people that say, “Listen, five minutes to go, 4-1 up, show the respect that he deserves”. He’s been a fantastic servant to Chelsea.’Sarri’s treatment of Cahill – who has been ostracised from the first team, playing just twice in the Premier League this season for a total of 22 minutes – is believed to have annoyed a number of the Chelsea squad.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Advertisement Commentlast_img read more

Lions keeps the life in Brian

first_imgBrian O’Driscoll feels being on this year’s British and Irish Lions tour is helping to keep him young. At the same time, there is a significant effect an elder statesman like O’Driscoll can have upon the new generation in terms of aiding their maturing process, and the Dubliner is very much keeping in mind that he is a thoroughly seasoned campaigner mixing with plenty of players for whom the Lions environment is entirely new. “There are guys on a completely different level to you, in their early 20s and on a massive learning curve,” he said. “I’m far from knowing it all, but I’ve seen a lot of things now in my professional career.” Of course, beyond the range of ages, the key way in which Lions tours bring together different types of player is with regard to nationalities, as men accustomed to taking each other on in international competition become team-mates. Leinster man O’Driscoll said: “The Lions is so unique; you kick lumps out of all these guys year on year, and they’re massive adversaries. Then all of a sudden they become your team-mates. “You’re forced to bond in a six or seven-week period, and play for one another against one of the three best teams in the world. You have preconceived notions about what sort of guys particular individuals are. You see the way they carry on on the pitch, and you might think they’re not your type of people. “But then they can completely surprise you; you can room with someone for two or three days and they become your best friend.” The 34-year-old Ireland centre, who has been involved in three previous Lions tours, was the oldest member of the squad in Australia until ex-Wales winger Shane Williams, 36, was called up ahead of Tuesday’s match against the Brumbies. And regarding his younger colleagues within the 2013 party, O’Driscoll told the Radio Times: “I have 12 years and more on some of these guys. Stuart Hogg is the youngest guy in the squad at 20. I’m 34, so I’ve got 14 years on him. That’s a frightening thought – 12 years ago he was in short pants! It keeps me young, though. I go into training every day and the level of conversation definitely keeps me young.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

The World Cup’s Finest with BETDAQ MD Shane McLaughlin

first_img Related Articles StumbleUpon FDJ’s ParionsSport launches sponsorship programme for French amateur football August 24, 2020 Submit Belgian Pro League live betting streaming deal for Stats Perform August 21, 2020 In The World Cup’s Finest we ask various individuals to delve into their own personal history of football’s quadrennial showpiece extravaganza, selecting a number of favourites as well as revealing what is their very first World Cup memory.Today we hear from Shane McLaughlin, Managing director at BETDAQ, who discusses the lasting influence of the 1986 Mexico World Cup, how football exploded onto the scene thanks to the Republic of Ireland and why Roger Milla is the ultimate super sub. First World Cup memory31 May – 29 June 1986 (World Cup, Mexico). I was only seven years old and the Republic of Ireland didn’t qualify, so I was rooting for Pat Jennings and Northern Ireland having met him at a football camp the summer before. I remember he had such huge hands – I was always going to be an Arsenal fan and aspiring goalkeeper after that.     Favourite World CupGoal Diego Maradona (Argentina v England, 1986). Again, one of my earliest World Cup memories. Everyone was in full flow debating the “hand of God” goal four minutes earlier, when Maradona produced the goal that may never be surpassed in terms of individual brilliance against quality opposition in a game of such magnitude. You watch it over and over and still think someone is surely going to come and tackle him, but he was unstoppable that day.Player Roger Milla. The ultimate super sub at Italia ’90 at 38 years of age, he captured the imagination with this seemingly incredible ability to come on, get a goal, and then do the trademark celebration dancing around the corner flag. Then he came back and repeated the feat scoring at USA ’94 at the age of 42!  TeamRepublic of Ireland, 1990. Football really exploded in Ireland when the team qualified for Euro ’88 in West Germany, and that momentum was carried into Italia ’90 where the whole team were now household names. We drew the three group games with England, Egypt and the Netherlands and then beat Romania on penalties to reach the quarter finals, where the hosts Italy beat us 1-0. The country went absolutely football crazy for that month.  GameFrance v Brazil, 1998. I really wanted France to win this game against the reigning champions, Brazil. France had hosted a fantastic tournament, the team had a few Arsenal players for me to support, while Zinedine Zidane was great to watch. Finals can be tight and dour affairs, but this was a great match and a comprehensive result inside the 90 minutes.  KitMexico (Jorge Campos at USA 1994 and France 1998). You were always wondering what luminous, technicolour kit Jorge Campos would turn up in. He brought something colourful and different to the game and I definitely wore a few dodgy jerseys in goal over the years due to his influence.The World Cup’s Finest is to be a regular feature during the Russia World Cup, profiling a different individual each week day, if you would like to be involved please email craig@sbcgaming.com. Vbet sponsors AS Monaco as Ligue 1 kicks off new season August 24, 2020 Share Sharelast_img read more