Mata à United, c'est 44, 7 millions

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Arrivé à Chelsea en provenance de Valence en 2011, Juan Mata est devenu hier un Red Devils. L’officialisation est venue hier du compte twitter de Manchester. La fameuse photo du joueur et de son entraineur est aujourd'hui venue confirmer l'information. Mieux, on apprenait via le club mancunien que Juan Mata est aussi devenu le plus cher joueur de l’histoire de du club avec un transfert record de 44,7 millions d’euros qui le place loin devant les 37 millions déboursés en 2008 pour Dimitar Berbatov ou les 35 millions d’euros offert à la Lazio de Rome pour Juan Sebastian Veron en 2001.

Du coup, David Moyes, le manager de Red Devils, se sent manifestement obligé de justifier le transfert de son nouveau maître à jouer : « Juan est l'un des plus fin meneur dans le jeu aujourd'hui, et c'est un vrai plaisir d'avoir obtenu sa signature. Il a été un des instruments des récents succès de Chelsea avec 28 assists et 32 buts notables lors de ses deux dernières saisons » , s'est ainsi réjoui l’écossais.

Plus qu’à justifier sur le terrain qu’à l’inverse du Bulgare (un peu) ou de l’Argentin (surtout), l’international espagnol pourra apporter un vrai plus à United.


MG
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Hi everyone, As you can imagine this is a very important day in my life, and with these lines I would like to express the memories and emotions that come to me as I write. This letter is written from my heart, and first of all I would like to say that I will never forget all the affection given to me by the Chelsea fans. From the very first day until the last. With your support and affection I have grown up as a player and I have had an amazing time both on and off the pitch. I will always feel the gratitude towards you. Always. No words are enough to give back all the things I have received. There has been plenty of good moments: the FA Cup, my first trophy as a Blue; the immense happiness of winning titles for the first time in the club's history, such as that magical Champions League night in Munich and the Europa League... On the other hand, I have experienced some complicated situations from a personal point of view, mainly during the last six months. Every message I got through the social media, every nice word you have said to me on the street, and of course, your support in the stadium, has made me feel incredibly proud of the Chelsea fans; you deserve a team like the one you've got, with so many fantastic players. I won't forget the faith you put in me when I was given the player of the year award the last two seasons. I feel really proud and I will never forget those nights. Thank you so much for the way you have treated me, you have been unbelievable. I hope you understand that after going through a complicated and, for me, new situation in the last few months, I believe this is the best choice in order to carry on with my football career and to keep enjoying this sport. Before last summer, my intention was to stay here for a long time; as long as the club wanted me to, and to keep winning trophies for Chelsea FC. This is how happy I was in the club and in the city. However, as you all know, things changed after the preseason. From feeling like an important player, I started to experience some difficult situations and I felt unable to help the team to the extent that I wanted and was used to. Obviously, I fully respect the circumstances. Football is a team sport and it's not easy to play regularly in such a good squad. In sports you may win or lose, but the most important thing is to give everything. I hope you know and feel that I have always done so. In every game, in every training session, without exception. I have always tried my best for the club. I would like to emphasise the affection, admiration and respect that I've had for my former team mates since the first day. I want to thank the captains for their help and understanding at all times. They made me feel comfortable when I arrived and they have supported me throughout the difficult times this season. I thank all my former team mates for these two and a half years and I wish them the best, personally and professionally, for the future. Of course I have been closer to some of them, but the most important thing is that my years in Chelsea have left me with great friends. Friends forever, football rivalries aside. I also want to highlight the day-to-day job of every member of the Chelsea staff: medical team, kit men, staff at Cobham and Stamford Bridge, media and marketing department, Chelsea TV team... All of them are very important in making this club a great one. Thank you for your treatment and your efforts to make the life of the players easier. Furthermore, thanks to every manager I have had the pleasure to work with during my time here. They have all been a big help for my progression as a player. I have always respected their decisions, whatever they were; they made me more mature and a stronger person. You learn from everything, and certain situations make you think about other team mates who are coping with similar situations more regularly. Thank you Andre for giving me the opportunity to join Chelsea FC. Without your support, none of this would have happened. To Robbie and Rafa, for their unlimited trust in me. And to Jose, for making me a stronger player, because in difficult moments, I have learnt to remain positive and to keep working hard. Lastly, I want to thank the Club, and in particular its owner, Roman Abramovich, for trusting me and making an important investment when signing me. Also for their understanding regarding my situation over the last months. I'm very glad to have been part of the squad that made his and our dream come true: winning the Champions League on that unforgettable night in Munich. Additionally, my years in Chelsea have been profitable for the club, which I'm very pleased about. I want to make clear that the stage that now comes to an end has been extremely important for me, personally and professionally. Although many of you, like myself, never thought this moment would come, this is football and a new chapter is about to begin. I would have liked to say good bye to all of you in the stadium, or in a press conference, but it has not been possible. I'm sure, i will be able to do it in the future, because is what you deserve. Evidently, today is a day of mixed feelings, remembering the past and looking forward to the future and what it has to bring. I look forward to being happy and to enjoy what I like the most: play football. I will never forget my time in Chelsea and the affection I take with me, I will keep forever. I wish you the best. A big hug to all of you. THANK YOU so much, Juan
Et bah ça lui a pas pris longtemps d'exploser le record de transfert de Ferguson
Note : 6
Promis c'est la dernière fois que je poste le message
Moyes a payé, et Mata Hari!
Message posté par Boudjii-Blues
Hi everyone, As you can imagine this is a very important day in my life, and with these lines I would like to express the memories and emotions that come to me as I write. This letter is written from my heart, and first of all I would like to say that I will never forget all the affection given to me by the Chelsea fans. From the very first day until the last. With your support and affection I have grown up as a player and I have had an amazing time both on and off the pitch. I will always feel the gratitude towards you. Always. No words are enough to give back all the things I have received. There has been plenty of good moments: the FA Cup, my first trophy as a Blue; the immense happiness of winning titles for the first time in the club's history, such as that magical Champions League night in Munich and the Europa League... On the other hand, I have experienced some complicated situations from a personal point of view, mainly during the last six months. Every message I got through the social media, every nice word you have said to me on the street, and of course, your support in the stadium, has made me feel incredibly proud of the Chelsea fans; you deserve a team like the one you've got, with so many fantastic players. I won't forget the faith you put in me when I was given the player of the year award the last two seasons. I feel really proud and I will never forget those nights. Thank you so much for the way you have treated me, you have been unbelievable. I hope you understand that after going through a complicated and, for me, new situation in the last few months, I believe this is the best choice in order to carry on with my football career and to keep enjoying this sport. Before last summer, my intention was to stay here for a long time; as long as the club wanted me to, and to keep winning trophies for Chelsea FC. This is how happy I was in the club and in the city. However, as you all know, things changed after the preseason. From feeling like an important player, I started to experience some difficult situations and I felt unable to help the team to the extent that I wanted and was used to. Obviously, I fully respect the circumstances. Football is a team sport and it's not easy to play regularly in such a good squad. In sports you may win or lose, but the most important thing is to give everything. I hope you know and feel that I have always done so. In every game, in every training session, without exception. I have always tried my best for the club. I would like to emphasise the affection, admiration and respect that I've had for my former team mates since the first day. I want to thank the captains for their help and understanding at all times. They made me feel comfortable when I arrived and they have supported me throughout the difficult times this season. I thank all my former team mates for these two and a half years and I wish them the best, personally and professionally, for the future. Of course I have been closer to some of them, but the most important thing is that my years in Chelsea have left me with great friends. Friends forever, football rivalries aside. I also want to highlight the day-to-day job of every member of the Chelsea staff: medical team, kit men, staff at Cobham and Stamford Bridge, media and marketing department, Chelsea TV team... All of them are very important in making this club a great one. Thank you for your treatment and your efforts to make the life of the players easier. Furthermore, thanks to every manager I have had the pleasure to work with during my time here. They have all been a big help for my progression as a player. I have always respected their decisions, whatever they were; they made me more mature and a stronger person. You learn from everything, and certain situations make you think about other team mates who are coping with similar situations more regularly. Thank you Andre for giving me the opportunity to join Chelsea FC. Without your support, none of this would have happened. To Robbie and Rafa, for their unlimited trust in me. And to Jose, for making me a stronger player, because in difficult moments, I have learnt to remain positive and to keep working hard. Lastly, I want to thank the Club, and in particular its owner, Roman Abramovich, for trusting me and making an important investment when signing me. Also for their understanding regarding my situation over the last months. I'm very glad to have been part of the squad that made his and our dream come true: winning the Champions League on that unforgettable night in Munich. Additionally, my years in Chelsea have been profitable for the club, which I'm very pleased about. I want to make clear that the stage that now comes to an end has been extremely important for me, personally and professionally. Although many of you, like myself, never thought this moment would come, this is football and a new chapter is about to begin. I would have liked to say good bye to all of you in the stadium, or in a press conference, but it has not been possible. I'm sure, i will be able to do it in the future, because is what you deserve. Evidently, today is a day of mixed feelings, remembering the past and looking forward to the future and what it has to bring. I look forward to being happy and to enjoy what I like the most: play football. I will never forget my time in Chelsea and the affection I take with me, I will keep forever. I wish you the best. A big hug to all of you. THANK YOU so much, Juan


T'aurais pu le traduire, sale feignasse!
nononoway Niveau : CFA
Et donc Hazard va choper le n°10 de Chelsea
il ne s'imposera jamais à Man U
(bon, je suppose, hein)
Tellement triste de ce départ putain. Un immense joueur. En plus ça fait trop vraie rupture avec ta meuf le truc, genre sur Facebook tout d'un coup tu le vois poster un très long statut, tu comprends de quoi il en retourne, et tu vois aussi qu'il a changé de photo de profil, exactement comme quand ta meuf change sa photo de profil après avoir rompu.

Dur à encaisser n'empêche. J'espère que Matic pourra symboliser à nouveau la fougue que portait Mata, histoire qu'Hazard ne soit plu le seul mec à ne pas être un petit soldat du Mou, et histoire qu'on ait un peu de beau jeu. Ca va être dur à avaler de plu le voir porter ce maillot bleu.
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T'aurais pu le traduire, sale feignasse!



Hahaha !Trop long , j'ai eu peur de choquer quelques personnes sensible avec mon français approximatif
Message posté par Boudjii-Blues
Hi everyone, As you can imagine this is a very important day in my life, and with these lines I would like to express the memories and emotions that come to me as I write. This letter is written from my heart, and first of all I would like to say that I will never forget all the affection given to me by the Chelsea fans. From the very first day until the last. With your support and affection I have grown up as a player and I have had an amazing time both on and off the pitch. I will always feel the gratitude towards you. Always. No words are enough to give back all the things I have received. There has been plenty of good moments: the FA Cup, my first trophy as a Blue; the immense happiness of winning titles for the first time in the club's history, such as that magical Champions League night in Munich and the Europa League... On the other hand, I have experienced some complicated situations from a personal point of view, mainly during the last six months. Every message I got through the social media, every nice word you have said to me on the street, and of course, your support in the stadium, has made me feel incredibly proud of the Chelsea fans; you deserve a team like the one you've got, with so many fantastic players. I won't forget the faith you put in me when I was given the player of the year award the last two seasons. I feel really proud and I will never forget those nights. Thank you so much for the way you have treated me, you have been unbelievable. I hope you understand that after going through a complicated and, for me, new situation in the last few months, I believe this is the best choice in order to carry on with my football career and to keep enjoying this sport. Before last summer, my intention was to stay here for a long time; as long as the club wanted me to, and to keep winning trophies for Chelsea FC. This is how happy I was in the club and in the city. However, as you all know, things changed after the preseason. From feeling like an important player, I started to experience some difficult situations and I felt unable to help the team to the extent that I wanted and was used to. Obviously, I fully respect the circumstances. Football is a team sport and it's not easy to play regularly in such a good squad. In sports you may win or lose, but the most important thing is to give everything. I hope you know and feel that I have always done so. In every game, in every training session, without exception. I have always tried my best for the club. I would like to emphasise the affection, admiration and respect that I've had for my former team mates since the first day. I want to thank the captains for their help and understanding at all times. They made me feel comfortable when I arrived and they have supported me throughout the difficult times this season. I thank all my former team mates for these two and a half years and I wish them the best, personally and professionally, for the future. Of course I have been closer to some of them, but the most important thing is that my years in Chelsea have left me with great friends. Friends forever, football rivalries aside. I also want to highlight the day-to-day job of every member of the Chelsea staff: medical team, kit men, staff at Cobham and Stamford Bridge, media and marketing department, Chelsea TV team... All of them are very important in making this club a great one. Thank you for your treatment and your efforts to make the life of the players easier. Furthermore, thanks to every manager I have had the pleasure to work with during my time here. They have all been a big help for my progression as a player. I have always respected their decisions, whatever they were; they made me more mature and a stronger person. You learn from everything, and certain situations make you think about other team mates who are coping with similar situations more regularly. Thank you Andre for giving me the opportunity to join Chelsea FC. Without your support, none of this would have happened. To Robbie and Rafa, for their unlimited trust in me. And to Jose, for making me a stronger player, because in difficult moments, I have learnt to remain positive and to keep working hard. Lastly, I want to thank the Club, and in particular its owner, Roman Abramovich, for trusting me and making an important investment when signing me. Also for their understanding regarding my situation over the last months. I'm very glad to have been part of the squad that made his and our dream come true: winning the Champions League on that unforgettable night in Munich. Additionally, my years in Chelsea have been profitable for the club, which I'm very pleased about. I want to make clear that the stage that now comes to an end has been extremely important for me, personally and professionally. Although many of you, like myself, never thought this moment would come, this is football and a new chapter is about to begin. I would have liked to say good bye to all of you in the stadium, or in a press conference, but it has not been possible. I'm sure, i will be able to do it in the future, because is what you deserve. Evidently, today is a day of mixed feelings, remembering the past and looking forward to the future and what it has to bring. I look forward to being happy and to enjoy what I like the most: play football. I will never forget my time in Chelsea and the affection I take with me, I will keep forever. I wish you the best. A big hug to all of you. THANK YOU so much, Juan


tl;dr
Super Dupont Niveau : CFA2
Presque 80M€ dépensés cette saison pour 0 vente. Va falloir faire mieux que 7eme.
2yemklubapanam Niveau : Ballon d'or
il a raison de remercier le coach et le pdt qui ont quand meme permis au joueur de partir chez un concurrent direct, ce qui est loin d'etre l'usage. meme si mou en faisait un 3eme choix, meme si Ferguson a une très bonne relation avec lui. avec le bémol déjà cité par wenger que les 2 clubs ne se joueront plus en PL cette année.
Et les 44,8 M€ de Rio Ferdinand ???? Il est encore là le record de MU...
LapinCrétin Niveau : CFA
Il va jouer sur le côté? J'ai peur que c soit un peu le même problème qu'avec Kagawa.
Message posté par Boudjii-Blues
Hi everyone, As you can imagine this is a very important day in my life, and with these lines I would like to express the memories and emotions that come to me as I write. This letter is written from my heart, and first of all I would like to say that I will never forget all the affection given to me by the Chelsea fans. From the very first day until the last. With your support and affection I have grown up as a player and I have had an amazing time both on and off the pitch. I will always feel the gratitude towards you. Always. No words are enough to give back all the things I have received. There has been plenty of good moments: the FA Cup, my first trophy as a Blue; the immense happiness of winning titles for the first time in the club's history, such as that magical Champions League night in Munich and the Europa League... On the other hand, I have experienced some complicated situations from a personal point of view, mainly during the last six months. Every message I got through the social media, every nice word you have said to me on the street, and of course, your support in the stadium, has made me feel incredibly proud of the Chelsea fans; you deserve a team like the one you've got, with so many fantastic players. I won't forget the faith you put in me when I was given the player of the year award the last two seasons. I feel really proud and I will never forget those nights. Thank you so much for the way you have treated me, you have been unbelievable. I hope you understand that after going through a complicated and, for me, new situation in the last few months, I believe this is the best choice in order to carry on with my football career and to keep enjoying this sport. Before last summer, my intention was to stay here for a long time; as long as the club wanted me to, and to keep winning trophies for Chelsea FC. This is how happy I was in the club and in the city. However, as you all know, things changed after the preseason. From feeling like an important player, I started to experience some difficult situations and I felt unable to help the team to the extent that I wanted and was used to. Obviously, I fully respect the circumstances. Football is a team sport and it's not easy to play regularly in such a good squad. In sports you may win or lose, but the most important thing is to give everything. I hope you know and feel that I have always done so. In every game, in every training session, without exception. I have always tried my best for the club. I would like to emphasise the affection, admiration and respect that I've had for my former team mates since the first day. I want to thank the captains for their help and understanding at all times. They made me feel comfortable when I arrived and they have supported me throughout the difficult times this season. I thank all my former team mates for these two and a half years and I wish them the best, personally and professionally, for the future. Of course I have been closer to some of them, but the most important thing is that my years in Chelsea have left me with great friends. Friends forever, football rivalries aside. I also want to highlight the day-to-day job of every member of the Chelsea staff: medical team, kit men, staff at Cobham and Stamford Bridge, media and marketing department, Chelsea TV team... All of them are very important in making this club a great one. Thank you for your treatment and your efforts to make the life of the players easier. Furthermore, thanks to every manager I have had the pleasure to work with during my time here. They have all been a big help for my progression as a player. I have always respected their decisions, whatever they were; they made me more mature and a stronger person. You learn from everything, and certain situations make you think about other team mates who are coping with similar situations more regularly. Thank you Andre for giving me the opportunity to join Chelsea FC. Without your support, none of this would have happened. To Robbie and Rafa, for their unlimited trust in me. And to Jose, for making me a stronger player, because in difficult moments, I have learnt to remain positive and to keep working hard. Lastly, I want to thank the Club, and in particular its owner, Roman Abramovich, for trusting me and making an important investment when signing me. Also for their understanding regarding my situation over the last months. I'm very glad to have been part of the squad that made his and our dream come true: winning the Champions League on that unforgettable night in Munich. Additionally, my years in Chelsea have been profitable for the club, which I'm very pleased about. I want to make clear that the stage that now comes to an end has been extremely important for me, personally and professionally. Although many of you, like myself, never thought this moment would come, this is football and a new chapter is about to begin. I would have liked to say good bye to all of you in the stadium, or in a press conference, but it has not been possible. I'm sure, i will be able to do it in the future, because is what you deserve. Evidently, today is a day of mixed feelings, remembering the past and looking forward to the future and what it has to bring. I look forward to being happy and to enjoy what I like the most: play football. I will never forget my time in Chelsea and the affection I take with me, I will keep forever. I wish you the best. A big hug to all of you. THANK YOU so much, Juan


Monsieur, on a combien de temps pour l'analyse de texte et la dissertation ?
Message posté par Boudjii-Blues
Hi everyone, As you can imagine this is a very important day in my life, and with these lines I would like to express the memories and emotions that come to me as I write. This letter is written from my heart, and first of all I would like to say that I will never forget all the affection given to me by the Chelsea fans. From the very first day until the last. With your support and affection I have grown up as a player and I have had an amazing time both on and off the pitch. I will always feel the gratitude towards you. Always. No words are enough to give back all the things I have received. There has been plenty of good moments: the FA Cup, my first trophy as a Blue; the immense happiness of winning titles for the first time in the club's history, such as that magical Champions League night in Munich and the Europa League... On the other hand, I have experienced some complicated situations from a personal point of view, mainly during the last six months. Every message I got through the social media, every nice word you have said to me on the street, and of course, your support in the stadium, has made me feel incredibly proud of the Chelsea fans; you deserve a team like the one you've got, with so many fantastic players. I won't forget the faith you put in me when I was given the player of the year award the last two seasons. I feel really proud and I will never forget those nights. Thank you so much for the way you have treated me, you have been unbelievable. I hope you understand that after going through a complicated and, for me, new situation in the last few months, I believe this is the best choice in order to carry on with my football career and to keep enjoying this sport. Before last summer, my intention was to stay here for a long time; as long as the club wanted me to, and to keep winning trophies for Chelsea FC. This is how happy I was in the club and in the city. However, as you all know, things changed after the preseason. From feeling like an important player, I started to experience some difficult situations and I felt unable to help the team to the extent that I wanted and was used to. Obviously, I fully respect the circumstances. Football is a team sport and it's not easy to play regularly in such a good squad. In sports you may win or lose, but the most important thing is to give everything. I hope you know and feel that I have always done so. In every game, in every training session, without exception. I have always tried my best for the club. I would like to emphasise the affection, admiration and respect that I've had for my former team mates since the first day. I want to thank the captains for their help and understanding at all times. They made me feel comfortable when I arrived and they have supported me throughout the difficult times this season. I thank all my former team mates for these two and a half years and I wish them the best, personally and professionally, for the future. Of course I have been closer to some of them, but the most important thing is that my years in Chelsea have left me with great friends. Friends forever, football rivalries aside. I also want to highlight the day-to-day job of every member of the Chelsea staff: medical team, kit men, staff at Cobham and Stamford Bridge, media and marketing department, Chelsea TV team... All of them are very important in making this club a great one. Thank you for your treatment and your efforts to make the life of the players easier. Furthermore, thanks to every manager I have had the pleasure to work with during my time here. They have all been a big help for my progression as a player. I have always respected their decisions, whatever they were; they made me more mature and a stronger person. You learn from everything, and certain situations make you think about other team mates who are coping with similar situations more regularly. Thank you Andre for giving me the opportunity to join Chelsea FC. Without your support, none of this would have happened. To Robbie and Rafa, for their unlimited trust in me. And to Jose, for making me a stronger player, because in difficult moments, I have learnt to remain positive and to keep working hard. Lastly, I want to thank the Club, and in particular its owner, Roman Abramovich, for trusting me and making an important investment when signing me. Also for their understanding regarding my situation over the last months. I'm very glad to have been part of the squad that made his and our dream come true: winning the Champions League on that unforgettable night in Munich. Additionally, my years in Chelsea have been profitable for the club, which I'm very pleased about. I want to make clear that the stage that now comes to an end has been extremely important for me, personally and professionally. Although many of you, like myself, never thought this moment would come, this is football and a new chapter is about to begin. I would have liked to say good bye to all of you in the stadium, or in a press conference, but it has not been possible. I'm sure, i will be able to do it in the future, because is what you deserve. Evidently, today is a day of mixed feelings, remembering the past and looking forward to the future and what it has to bring. I look forward to being happy and to enjoy what I like the most: play football. I will never forget my time in Chelsea and the affection I take with me, I will keep forever. I wish you the best. A big hug to all of you. THANK YOU so much, Juan


En tout cas je trouve ça super d'avoir fait cette lettre, on voit que le type est intelligent (cf article so foot sur les footballeurs diplômés). J'ai rarement vu (voir jamais) un joueur faire ça pour son ancien club, j'espère que les supporters de Chelsea (ou plutôt les spectateurs de Stamford Bridge) sauront le respecter bien qu'il ait signé chez un club rival.
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En tout cas je trouve ça super d'avoir fait cette lettre, on voit que le type est intelligent (cf article so foot sur les footballeurs diplômés). J'ai rarement vu (voir jamais) un joueur faire ça pour son ancien club, j'espère que les supporters de Chelsea (ou plutôt les spectateurs de Stamford Bridge) sauront le respecter bien qu'il ait signé chez un club rival.


Oui ils l'applaudiront je pense, niveau rivalité Chelsea-United ça va, c'est plus une rivalité sportive entre des deux clubs qui se disputaient la suprématie sur les années 2000.
Hier à 22:10 317€ à gagner avec Italie & Serbie 2
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Hier à 10:56 Un match suspendu à la suite de l'agression d'un juge de ligne 8 Hier à 10:25 Arda vers Arsenal ? 38 Hier à 09:22 De la cocaïne Messi découverte au Pérou 14 mercredi 22 mars Le missile en lucarne de Podolski 18 mercredi 22 mars Quand Kylian Mbappé va aux cages 19 mercredi 22 mars Une réforme de la réglementation des transferts ? 21 mercredi 22 mars SO FOOT CLUB - Spécial Coupe de France mercredi 22 mars Deniz Aytekin ne sera pas suspendu 20 mercredi 22 mars Monaco aurait refusé 110 millions pour Mbappé 108 mercredi 22 mars L'agent de Lacazette nie avoir rendu visite à l'Atlético 50 mercredi 22 mars Une vidéo anti-Wenger embarrassante 39 mercredi 22 mars Un lob soyeux au Chili 2 mercredi 22 mars Rooney de plus en plus proche d'Everton 43 mardi 21 mars Baston entre parents pendant un match de jeunes à Majorque 20 mardi 21 mars La praline de Novick 5 mardi 21 mars En cas de montée en L2, Chambly jouerait au Mans 11 mardi 21 mars David James voit Joe Hart à la Juve 34 mardi 21 mars Bizutage en règle pour les néo-Bleus 17 mardi 21 mars Courtois n'ira pas au Real 30 mardi 21 mars Sven Kums expose ses photos Instagram 15 mardi 21 mars La boulette du gardien de San José 5 mardi 21 mars Schweinsteiger à Chicago 26 lundi 20 mars Un arbitre ghanéen suspendu à vie 21 lundi 20 mars Une équipe de D2 agressée à son hôtel 9 lundi 20 mars Jallet en renfort 41 lundi 20 mars Gago écrase son adversaire 11 lundi 20 mars Florentin et Mathias Pogba font le show à la télé 26 lundi 20 mars Le capitaine de Derry City retrouvé mort 11 lundi 20 mars Mon Petit Gazon : les tops et les flops de la 30e journée 5 dimanche 19 mars Rabiot relève le PSG 1 dimanche 19 mars Draxler donne l'avantage au PSG 2 dimanche 19 mars Lacazette ouvre le score au Parc 1 dimanche 19 mars Le caramel de Griezmann 8 dimanche 19 mars Quand le match Chambly-Marseille Consolat dégénère 20 dimanche 19 mars Le coup franc magistral de Mertens 10 dimanche 19 mars Pronostic PSG Lyon : jusqu'à 600€ à gagner sur l'affiche de Ligue 1 dimanche 19 mars Puni, il doit nettoyer les sièges du stade 14 dimanche 19 mars Un joueur ghanéen se trahit en interview 6 samedi 18 mars Les Ultramarines rendent hommage à Triaud, qui craque un fumigène 9 samedi 18 mars La bataille du ciel pour Wenger 15 samedi 18 mars La femme de Michael Essien rachète un club de D3 italienne 6 samedi 18 mars Un gardien complètement fou en Angleterre 8 samedi 18 mars Yaya Touré à United ? 15 samedi 18 mars Fernandão se fracture le bras vendredi 17 mars Une statue parodique de Peter Lim aux Fallas de Valence 3 vendredi 17 mars Golazo en Copa Libertadores 4 vendredi 17 mars Crystal Palace veut garder Sakho 12 vendredi 17 mars Le musée de la FIFA se sépare de la moitié de ses collaborateurs 10 vendredi 17 mars 211€ à gagner avec Monaco & Naples jeudi 16 mars Les buts de Roma - Lyon 1 jeudi 16 mars Les Aigles noirs à la fête 2 jeudi 16 mars La Ligue 1 aura bientôt son naming 51 jeudi 16 mars Pendant ce temps-là, Benzema se la coule douce au soleil 56 jeudi 16 mars À table avec Carlo Ancelotti 38 jeudi 16 mars Le triple arrêt d'Oblak contre Leverkusen 12 mercredi 15 mars Le coup de boule de Bakayoko mercredi 15 mars Leroy Sané sonne Monaco mercredi 15 mars Fabinho double la mise pour l'ASM mercredi 15 mars Le but de Mbappé mercredi 15 mars L'UJSF demande d'arrêter de filmer en tribune de presse 11 mercredi 15 mars Golazo en Uruguay 7 mercredi 15 mars Un club de D2 suédoise veut sanctionner ses joueurs qui simulent 15 mercredi 15 mars Des photos de mariage au stade d'Anderlecht 2 mercredi 15 mars Lukaku a refusé une prolongation à 140 000 livres par semaine 25 mercredi 15 mars 7000 km pour un match de D2 russe 15 mercredi 15 mars Une émission espagnole dévoile un maillot parodique du Barça 13 mercredi 15 mars Pronostic Monaco Manchester City : jusqu'à 735€ à gagner sur l'affiche de Ligue des Champions mardi 14 mars Deux joueurs suspendus un an pour agression sur un arbitre 5 mardi 14 mars Pirlo : « Pour rivaliser, la MLS doit supprimer les restrictions de transferts » 27 mardi 14 mars Un ultra de D3 argentine tire sur des supporters adverses 24 mardi 14 mars Les candidats de l'UEFA au Conseil de la FIFA sont connus 1 mardi 14 mars Des nouvelles de Michael Essien 8 mardi 14 mars Au Brésil, un match vire au chaos total 18 mardi 14 mars Wylan Cyprien sera opéré ce mardi 14 mardi 14 mars Le bourreau d'Axel Witsel lourdement sanctionné 37 mardi 14 mars Everton veut blinder la clause de Lukaku 11 lundi 13 mars Après son carton rouge, il est rétrogradé en équipe réserve 9 lundi 13 mars Ils s'embrouillent pour tirer un péno... et le ratent 9 lundi 13 mars Wayne Shaw vend des tourtes 5 lundi 13 mars Il se balade sur le terrain avec une barre de fer 26 lundi 13 mars Yuya Kubo se balade dans la défense adverse 4 lundi 13 mars Mon Petit Gazon : les tops et les flops de la 29e journée 17 lundi 13 mars Reprise de folie au Kosovo 5 lundi 13 mars 299€ à gagner avec Monaco - City & Leicester - FC Sévillle lundi 13 mars Bale investit dans un pub au pays de Galles 9 lundi 13 mars Un Sénégalais tente de jeter un sort dans le but zambien 7 dimanche 12 mars La belle boulette de Navas 9 dimanche 12 mars Le but dingue de Depay 13 dimanche 12 mars Mats Hummels s'offre le tacle de l'année 15 dimanche 12 mars Wylan Cyprien revient sur sa blessure 12 dimanche 12 mars Un fan de Tottenham remercie la Croix rouge flamande 1 dimanche 12 mars L'œil de faucon d'un arbitre américain 7 dimanche 12 mars King Kazu devient le plus vieux buteur de l'histoire 8 dimanche 12 mars Un but « bumper » en Ukraine samedi 11 mars Pedro Caixinha nouveau coach des Rangers 3 samedi 11 mars Infantino appuie Čeferin contre Trump 6 samedi 11 mars Grève des arbitres au Mexique 1 samedi 11 mars Un csc ridicule au Danemark 4 samedi 11 mars Une mine en championnat tunisien 2 vendredi 10 mars Kaboré plaît en Chine 9 vendredi 10 mars En prison depuis 2010, Bruno pourrait reprendre le foot 29 vendredi 10 mars Hitzlsperger : « On ne fait pas son coming-out pour énerver les hétéros » 22 vendredi 10 mars 321€ à gagner avec PSG, Spartak & Chievo - Empoli vendredi 10 mars Zaza définitivement à Valence dès ce week-end 3 vendredi 10 mars Le stade fumi-friendly d'Orlando 9 vendredi 10 mars Un cavalier allemand trolle le BvB 3 vendredi 10 mars Le tifo fumeux de Copenhague 2 vendredi 10 mars Joe Hart ne veut pas retourner à City 16 vendredi 10 mars Gerrard bientôt dans le staff de la sélection ? 5 vendredi 10 mars La séance de tirs au but remise en question 13 jeudi 9 mars Les buts de Lyon - Roma 7 jeudi 9 mars Cruzeiro sort un maillot spécial 7 jeudi 9 mars Anthony Vanden Borre accueilli en héros en RDC 16 jeudi 9 mars L'Asie monte à son tour au créneau pour le Mondial à 48 24 jeudi 9 mars Arsenal casse sa tirelire pour prolonger Özil 26 jeudi 9 mars Xabi Alonso raccrochera en fin de saison 4 jeudi 9 mars André-Pierre Gignac enfonce Paris 38 jeudi 9 mars Neymar chambre le PSG 17 mercredi 8 mars Jérémy Mathieu se lâche dans les vestiaires 27 mercredi 8 mars Sergi Roberto abat le PSG 8 mercredi 8 mars Neymar relance tout ! 3 mercredi 8 mars Le penalty de Messi ! 2 mercredi 8 mars Kurzawa se troue pour Barcelone mercredi 8 mars Le but de Suárez d'entrée 1 mercredi 8 mars Eric Thomas détruit la FFF 2 mercredi 8 mars Everton veut retenir Lukaku à tout prix 2 mercredi 8 mars La Juventus bouillante sur Tolisso 47 mercredi 8 mars Mourinho aime Mbappé 49 mercredi 8 mars Christopher Aurier en garde à vue 35 mercredi 8 mars Un match caritatif entre des légendes françaises et italiennes 11 mercredi 8 mars BT fait monter les droits TV de la Premier League 17 mercredi 8 mars Les Parisiens discutent du match retour avec des pizzas 25 mercredi 8 mars Le président de Palerme se fait tatouer le blason du club 6 mercredi 8 mars Isco intéresse Paris 28 mercredi 8 mars Chapecoense gagne en Copa Libertadores 9 mercredi 8 mars Le Bayern trolle encore Arsenal 75 mercredi 8 mars Les Bleues remportent la She Believes Cup 13 mercredi 8 mars Pronostic FC Barcelone PSG : jusqu'à 1100€ à gagner sur l'affiche de Ligue des Champions 8 mardi 7 mars Dortmund se positionne sur Lacazette 45 mardi 7 mars Deux rescapés de Chapecoense retenus en Copa Libertadores 3 mardi 7 mars Le Munich 1860 maintient son boycott médiatique 9 mardi 7 mars Le Roi Bendtner rejoint Rosenborg 20 mardi 7 mars Les réformes proposées par la FA jugées insuffisantes 11 mardi 7 mars Huit ans de prison pour l'ancien président de la fédé du Salvador 11 lundi 6 mars Carlo Tavecchio réélu à la Fédération italienne 9 lundi 6 mars Au Monténégro, zéro but en cinq matchs 8 lundi 6 mars Il marque sur la remise en jeu 2 lundi 6 mars Des fans foutent le bordel en D8 anglaise 11 lundi 6 mars Un arbitre belge sauve un joueur 7 lundi 6 mars Mon Petit Gazon : les tops et les flops de la 28e journée 3 lundi 6 mars Chapecoense revient en Copa Libertadores 3 dimanche 5 mars 296€ à gagner avec Barcelone - PSG & Dortmund - Benfica 4 dimanche 5 mars Verratti a désormais sa chanson au Parc 25 dimanche 5 mars La chaude ambiance du PAOK 23 dimanche 5 mars Un entraîneur autrichien viré pour trafic de coke 6 dimanche 5 mars Dries Mertens, un buteur qui a du chien 7 dimanche 5 mars Modrić sort sous l'ovation du public d'Eibar 8 dimanche 5 mars Les Pays-Bas, c'est le Brésil ! 9 dimanche 5 mars Mathias Pogba marque au bout de 48 secondes dans le derby de Rotterdam 7 dimanche 5 mars Des supporters du Benfica lancent un siège sur un gardien 3 dimanche 5 mars Coman bientôt définitivement au Bayern 33 dimanche 5 mars Deux golazos en deux minutes à Cruz Azul 1 samedi 4 mars Bientôt la vidéo dans le football anglais ? 4 samedi 4 mars Les futures séances de tirs au but se joueront-elles au tie-break ? 14 samedi 4 mars Guardiola a Yuri Berchiche dans son viseur 19 samedi 4 mars Bientôt des caméras sur les arbitres amateurs anglais? 1
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