Manchester United youngster Mason Greenwood will be concerned about his place in the team for their upcoming Premier League game. The Red Devils get their season underway against Crystal Palace at home on Saturday. United have been training as a team this week, and Greenwood is also involved. But he recently got sent home from England duty for breaching COVID-19 rules and was given a stern talking-to by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.Advertisement read also:Greenwood set for second crunch summit with Man Utd boss in 24hrs And The Sun claims that it is unclear if the 18-year-old will be involved against Palace. Solskjaer was not impressed with Greenwood’s behaviour, and told him that he expects better from the teenager. Whether Greenwood plays will depend on how much he can impress his boss in training before the game. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted Content8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetMind-Bending Technology That Was Predicted Before It AppearedYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread Art8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth20 Completely Unexpected Facts About ‘The Big Bang Theory’The Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhy Go Veg? 7 Reasons To Do ThisThe 9 Best Robots In Movie History2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year
The Dolphins host the Atlanta Falcons tonight at 7:30 at Hard Rock Stadium in their preseason opener.Not many fans or analysts are expecting a winning season, but Dolphins players are looking forward to surprising them.Safety Minkah Fitzpatrick says they’re ready to show everybody this is a team of winners. However, one of the teammates is not a team player.Miami Dolphins receiver Kenny Stills is calling out team owner Stephen Ross for his affiliation with Donald Trump.Ross is scheduled to host a fundraiser for Trump at his New York home this week.He has a foundation called RISE whose goal is to eliminate racial discrimination, and Stills tweeted that Ross “can’t have a nonprofit with this mission statement and then open your doors to Trump.” You can’t have a non profit with this mission statement then open your doors to Trump. https://t.co/sNBWfEXvLn pic.twitter.com/nNkRf2wJep— Kenny Stills (@KSTiLLS) August 7, 2019 The NFL Players Association released a statement supporting Stills, who is one of three active players to protest during the anthem last season. Ross has known Trump for years and has been open with his support of the President.
For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. London: England’s plan to celebrate their 1,000th international by qualifying for Euro 2020 in serene style against Montenegro at Wembley on Thursday has been ripped up by Gareth Southgate’s decision to drop Raheem Sterling. The Manchester City winger was involved in a physical confrontation with Liverpool defender Joe Gomez at England’s training base on Monday as emotions spilled over from the highly-anticipated Premier League clash between the two clubs on Sunday. Sterling has been the star of a qualifying campaign dominated by off-field issues where the Three Lions have largely let their football do the talking on it. Bar a shock defeat to the Czech Republic last month, the World Cup semi-finalists have shown why they will be among the favourites to win a first major tournament in 54 years next summer.Sterling has scored eight of his side’s 26 goals in six games as he has blossomed into one of the world’s best players for club and country since failing to find his best form at the World Cup 18 months ago. He has also been a leading figure as England have stood up to the racist abuse suffered by a number of players in Montenegro and Bulgaria. One of Southgate’s strengths since taking charge three years ago has been to foster a unity in the camp, far removed from the club-aligned cliques that hampered the chances of talented England sides of the past.That now faces its biggest test as the bubbling rivalry between Liverpool and City threatens to spill over. Southgate’s first instinct was reportedly to send Sterling home, but the intervention of senior players, principally Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson, helped ease the feud and the 24-year-old has remained with the squad to train.”I always have to find the right solution for the group and that’s a very difficult line,” said Southgate on Tuesday. “We have a very good understanding of the way that we have worked over the last couple of years, which has brought us a lot of togetherness that is still there. We are a united group. Now we have to turn our focus onto the football. We have a hugely important qualifier to reach a European Championship.” Sterling has since apologised to Gomez and the rest of the squad. “I am man enough to admit when emotions got the better of me,” he said in an Instagram post. “Me and Joe Gomez are good, we both understand it was a five to 10-second thing… it’s done, we move forward and not make this bigger than it is.”Sterling could even return to action as soon as Sunday when Southgate’s men travel to Kosovo. England will hope there is nothing riding on that match for them as a point against the side ranked 61st in the world on Thursday will be enough to guarantee qualification. Even in Sterling’s absence, Southgate is blessed with an array of attacking talent including Harry Kane, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford that should continue England’s free-scoring form.Also Read | Raheem Sterling Sparkles As Manchester City See Off Aston VillaBut Southgate’s action has been criticised by some for bringing a private incident into the public eye and putting Sterling under more scrutiny as a result. “Why this couldn’t be handled internally?” said former England defender Rio Ferdinand. “Now Raheem is left to defend himself from all of the haters that had had their keyboards turned off due to him becoming a very worthy ambassador for the English game.” If England’s long wait to win a major tournament is to come to an end, Southgate needs to continue getting the best out of Sterling. The question remains what lasting impact the developments of the last two days will have on their relationship going forward.
Liverpool may have lost the title race to Manchester City but the Reds are top of the table when it comes to earnings over the 2013-14 season. Brendan Rodgers’ side finished two points behind Manchester City, who lifted the Premier League trophy, but their projected earnings are £1m more.Liverpool had the most games on television in the season with 28, while City had 25, the same as Manchester United (who finished seventh in the league), Chelsea (third in the league) and Arsenal (fourth in the league).The TV earnings are proportional to the number of matches each team had televised during the season. And the value of TV revenue and being in the top flight can be seen by bottom club Cardiff, who received just £1.2m as a merit payment, picking up £64m when television and Premier League share is factored in. Manchester United have had a hugely disappointing campaign on the pitch but their appeal to broadcasters is clear, as only the top four earned more over the season. Each side received £54m for just being in the Premier League, then their performances and TV lure is factored in. There was potential for teams such as Hull to earn up to £4m from the last round of matches but the positions stayed largely the same. Alan Pardew might not be popular with Newcastle fans but Mike Ashley will be pleased that his manager has brought in nearly £79m.
Alem Begic, successful B&H boxer, who lives and works in Germany, became European champion in the light heavyweight division by defeating the Georgian boxer George Aduashvilijem at the end of the year. Begic is planning to keep the prestigious title and he is already working for the next match, when he will defend the title.Our boxer, before whom is a very successful career, is currently in Austria, where he is training with his coach Bjorn Schulz and the well-known television terminator – Arnold Schwarzenegger, who has had a successful career in bodybuilding in the Alps, in the prestigious hotel Stanglwirt.Begic, also called the heir of Felix Sturm, has a record of 11 victories in his career from as many fights. Manager Dalibor Ban takes care of his career. Due to the quality and success of Begic, who was born in Srebrenica, numerous world experts have showed interest in him and believe that great glory is waiting for this young man.(Source: Klix.ba)