Mata à United, c'est 44, 7 millions

Modififié
4 31
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
Vous avez relevé une coquille ou une inexactitude dans ce papier ? Proposez une correction à nos secrétaires de rédaction.
Modifié

Note : 10
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.
Note : 5
Message posté par Trik


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.
Message posté par nostalfoot


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 21:07 224€ à gagner avec la Juventus & Benfica
Hier à 20:43 Sissoko rend visite à Théo Hier à 16:57 Le golazo de Giroud recréé en Lego Hier à 16:32 Viggo Mortensen représente San Lorenzo aux Oscars Hier à 16:27 Le Tianjin Quanjian offre 50 millions pour Modeste Hier à 15:11 La FIFA est confiante pour le stade de Saint-Pétersbourg
Partenaires
Logo FOOT.fr Olive & Tom
Hier à 14:21 La boulette des fans de Crystal Palace Hier à 13:52 Le numéro d'Eljero Elia face au PSV Hier à 12:18 Wayne Shaw mange encore une tourte Hier à 11:51 Le PSV trahi par la goal-line technology Hier à 11:48 Ancelotti reçoit un bretzel géant pour son 1000e match Hier à 11:38 Ça se frite entre Paul Le Guen et Habib Beye Hier à 11:21 Dani Alves craque sur Instagram
Hier à 11:19 Un tatoueur signe le nouveau ballon du championnat néerlandais Hier à 11:19 Jonathan Soriano s'envole pour Pékin Hier à 10:50 Une appli pour les fans de foot et de rugby ! Hier à 10:35 Mon Petit Gazon : les tops et les flops de la 27e journée Hier à 10:21 Les Parisiens accueillis en héros au Bourget Hier à 09:33 Piqué critique l'arbitrage Hier à 09:03 Zlatan se paye Arsenal et Liverpool Hier à 08:43 Youri Tielemans a remis ça Hier à 08:07 Luis Fernandez trolle les supporters de l'OM dimanche 26 février Un but de fou au Nigeria dimanche 26 février Mancini à Danse avec les stars dimanche 26 février Harry Kane franchit la barre des 100 buts dimanche 26 février Le lob encaissé par Sirigu dimanche 26 février Kazuyoshi Miura, titulaire à 50 ans dimanche 26 février Gignac décisif pour les Tigres dimanche 26 février Un gardien tchèque sauvé par son adversaire samedi 25 février Pronostic OM PSG : jusqu'à 540€ à gagner sur le Classico ! samedi 25 février Et encore un rouge pour Yannick Cahuzac ! samedi 25 février La pépite collective du Celtic samedi 25 février Vidal conclut une belle action collective samedi 25 février Joli but collectif pour le jubilé de Fàbregas samedi 25 février Des chercheurs anglais apprennent aux abeilles à jouer au foot samedi 25 février Ronaldo rend visite à sa statue samedi 25 février Gianluigi Donnarumma est majeur samedi 25 février Douze ans de prison pour le fils de Pelé vendredi 24 février Quand Olivier Dacourt se faisait arnaquer par Donald Trump vendredi 24 février Kombouaré pessimiste avant d'accueillir Monaco vendredi 24 février BT Sport diffusera des matchs de FIFA 17 vendredi 24 février Le capitaine de Falkirk s'entraîne sur l'autoroute vendredi 24 février Le joli coup franc du KRC Genk en Ligue Europa vendredi 24 février Manchester City a inauguré son catwalk vendredi 24 février L'horrible tacle de Dele Alli en Ligue Europa jeudi 23 février Le Parc OL rend hommage à Lisandro jeudi 23 février 357€ à gagner avec la Lazio & Saint-Etienne jeudi 23 février Suivez la trade deadline NBA en direct sur Trash-Talk jeudi 23 février L'affiche maladroite du Stade brestois jeudi 23 février La nouvelle signalétique du Vélodrome jeudi 23 février 15 000 euros d'amende pour une banderole jeudi 23 février La vilaine blessure de Héctor Herrera jeudi 23 février À bientôt 50 ans, il plante son 2000e but jeudi 23 février L'échange de maillot entre Casillas et Buffon jeudi 23 février L'investisseur du Munich 1860 souhaite le retour des ultras jeudi 23 février Dix sélections africaines à la Coupe du monde 2026 jeudi 23 février Les LA Galaxy organisent des détections en Angleterre jeudi 23 février Le slalom géant de Jordi Mboula en Youth League jeudi 23 février Le golazo de Zaza jeudi 23 février 5€ offerts sans dépôt : 100€ à aller chercher chez Winamax mercredi 22 février Les Stéphanois raillent les supporters mancuniens mercredi 22 février L'ancien gardien de Chapecoense veut rejouer en paralympique mercredi 22 février L'ascenseur émotionnel d'un fan de City mercredi 22 février Interdit de stade pour avoir porté un peignoir mercredi 22 février Coup franc imparable en Bolivie mercredi 22 février Les violences au stade sont en baisse mercredi 22 février Le dur métier de traducteur du Rubin Kazan mercredi 22 février Lourdes suspensions pour avoir laissé leurs adversaires marquer mercredi 22 février PV pour Karim Benzema à cause d'un iguane mercredi 22 février Bellerín, la relève de la droite barcelonaise ? mercredi 22 février Giggs : « Donner plus de chance aux entraîneurs anglais » mercredi 22 février EXCLU : 120€ offerts pour parier chez Unibet ! mercredi 22 février Wayne Shaw pourrait rebondir comme testeur de tourtes mercredi 22 février Quand Griezmann peste contre le remplacement de Gameiro mardi 21 février Le gardien de Sutton contraint de démissionner mardi 21 février Chamakh, le Qatar plutôt que l’Italie ? mardi 21 février La minasse d'Hulk mardi 21 février La femme d'Axel Witsel vend une Ford KA mardi 21 février Robert Vittek rebondit à Bratislava mardi 21 février Record explosé dans le Ninety-Two Club mardi 21 février Samuel Eto'o en Chine ? mardi 21 février Manuel Neuer a trollé Arsenal ce week-end mardi 21 février Des incidents durant un match de D3 anglaise mardi 21 février Pronostic Manchester City Monaco : jusqu'à 560€ à gagner sur l'affiche de Ligue des Champions ! mardi 21 février Theo Walcott dans les vestiaires de Sutton pour les féliciter mardi 21 février Wayne Shaw mange sur le banc lundi 20 février Des joueurs de Viry-Chatillon accusés d'avoir parié sur leur match lundi 20 février Une bicyclette en D5 belge lundi 20 février Brésil : l'arbitre annule le match avant de donner le coup d'envoi lundi 20 février Guardiola a hâte de voir Bielsa à Lille lundi 20 février CDM 2018: les sponsors ne se bousculent pas lundi 20 février Acheampong fête la victoire sur un adversaire lundi 20 février Neil Warnock veut qu'on le hue à sa mort lundi 20 février Christian Bassogog part toucher le jackpot en Chine lundi 20 février L'entraîneur d'America joue le douzième homme lundi 20 février Le poirier du coach des Rangers lundi 20 février Une sacrée quetsche en D2 belge lundi 20 février Quand le gardien de Sutton était approché pour poser nu lundi 20 février Une prime de 5000 livres pour les joueurs de Lincoln lundi 20 février La chevauchée fantastique de Mavididi lundi 20 février Berbatov cherche un club lundi 20 février Mon Petit Gazon : les tops et les flops de la 26e journée lundi 20 février 315€ à gagner avec City-Monaco, Séville & Caen-Nancy lundi 20 février Un joli coup franc du milieu de terrain lundi 20 février Les golazos de Youri Tielemans lundi 20 février Superbe geste technique raté au Mexique lundi 20 février Volés par l'arbitre, ils protestent en laissant leur adversaire marquer trois fois dimanche 19 février Coup du foulard de l'espace chez les U15 de Wigan dimanche 19 février Le golazo d'Insigne face au Chievo dimanche 19 février Le tifo gigantesque des fans du Standard dimanche 19 février Le golazo de Rudy Gestede dimanche 19 février Les supporters de Millwall envahissent la pelouse dimanche 19 février Ancelotti, un homme (de doigt) d'honneur dimanche 19 février Ribéry rend visite à Théo dimanche 19 février Favre en colère contre Letizi dimanche 19 février Chamakh va rebondir en Serie B dimanche 19 février Thibaut Courtois chanté par Shay dimanche 19 février Pronostic PSG Toulouse : jusqu'à 390€ à gagner sur l'affiche de Ligue 1 ce week-end ! samedi 18 février La virgule petit pont de CR7 samedi 18 février Le but somptueux de Thauvin samedi 18 février Ronaldo explique son départ du Barça samedi 18 février Dwight Yorke refoulé des États-Unis samedi 18 février Suspendu six matchs pour avoir bousculé un ramasseur de balle samedi 18 février Cyril Hanouna veut racheter Guingamp samedi 18 février Un club norvégien signe un défenseur grâce au crowdfunding samedi 18 février Momo Sissoko de retour en Europe, en Serie B samedi 18 février CR7 à la télé turque avec Angelina Jolie samedi 18 février André-Pierre Gignac marque enfin samedi 18 février Suspendu 47 matchs pour avoir frappé l'arbitre vendredi 17 février Le coup franc soyeux de Dybala vendredi 17 février Des Iraniens copient Messi et Suárez vendredi 17 février Ronaldinho publie son deuxième clip vendredi 17 février But contre son camp... du milieu de terrain vendredi 17 février Les Ultramarines à l'honneur sur le maillot girondin vendredi 17 février Chabal avec les Chamois niortais vendredi 17 février Lutz Pfannenstiel et les pingouins vendredi 17 février La banderole provocatrice des fans de Thessalonique vendredi 17 février SO FOOT & Mon Petit Gazon vendredi 17 février Les clubs de Championship donnent leur accord pour la goal-line technology vendredi 17 février Les hooligans du Legia se déchaînent contre l'Ajax vendredi 17 février Les Pogba à Manchester jeudi 16 février La merveille de Bernardeschi jeudi 16 février 203€ à gagner avec Chelsea, Atalanta Bergame & Burnley jeudi 16 février Mark Clattenburg file en Arabie saoudite jeudi 16 février Dégoûtés, les fans d'Arsenal revendent leurs tickets jeudi 16 février La coupe de cheveux fraternelle de Florentin Pogba jeudi 16 février Quand Darmstadt invite Barack Obama jeudi 16 février Infantino n'a pas peur des hooligans jeudi 16 février Un bar ouvre en hommage à Chapecoense jeudi 16 février Baston pendant un entraînement à Boca Juniors jeudi 16 février La boulette du gardien de Newcastle jeudi 16 février Les hooligans russes sont déjà prêts pour « leur » Mondial jeudi 16 février Lemina, lui aussi de retour à l'OM ? jeudi 16 février La compagne de Maradona ne fait pas de dépositions jeudi 16 février Le Bayern enterre Arsenal sur Twitter jeudi 16 février En Suisse, des ultras deviennent sponsor maillot de leur club mercredi 15 février Une étude montre des dommages cérébraux sur six anciens footballeurs mercredi 15 février Ricardo Carvalho signe en Chine mercredi 15 février L'hymne de la Ligue des champions sauce tarentelle mercredi 15 février Le chant de Saint-Valentin des supporters de Cardiff mercredi 15 février Le père de Zizou n'a pas regardé la finale de France 98 mercredi 15 février Maradona a-t-il agressé sa compagne à Madrid ? mercredi 15 février Ces clubs français plus forts que le Barça mercredi 15 février La coupe « non éthique » d'Asamoah Gyan mercredi 15 février Matuidi, sa femme et Google mercredi 15 février 5€ offerts sans dépôt : 100€ à aller chercher chez Winamax mercredi 15 février 216€ à gagner avec le Bayern Munich & Real Madrid - Naples mercredi 15 février Luis Enrique perd son sang-froid face à un journaliste mardi 14 février Craig Gardner offre 50 tickets famille aux supporters de Birmingham mardi 14 février Le corner rentrant de Youssouf mardi 14 février Philadelphie cherche à renforcer son staff avec un tatoueur mardi 14 février Guardiola congratule Arter pour sa future fille mardi 14 février Thierry Froger de la L2 au TP Mazembe mardi 14 février Gignac stoppe une interview de son coéquipier Vargas mardi 14 février Djibril Cissé serait complice dans l'affaire de la sextape de Valbuena mardi 14 février Thomas Tuchel veut attiser la curiosité des joueurs mardi 14 février Quand le fair-play débouche sur un but gag lundi 13 février Le bijou de Sinama-Pongolle lundi 13 février Diaby : la blague de Julien Cazarre ne passe pas lundi 13 février Golazo en D3 espagnole lundi 13 février La finale de la Coupe maintenue au Calderón ? lundi 13 février Le FC Cologne lance un projet de réalité virtuelle lundi 13 février Un fan de Burnley évite un drame en tribune lundi 13 février Un supporter meurt en marge d'un derby de Rio lundi 13 février Pas assez de contrôles antidopage en Angleterre ? lundi 13 février Sankt Pauli : la banderole qui fait mal lundi 13 février 308€ à gagner avec PSG - Barça & Benfica - Dortmund lundi 13 février La célébration ratée de Simon Terodde lundi 13 février Un joueur de Serie B copie Zlatan lundi 13 février Mon Petit Gazon : les tops et les flops de la 25e journée lundi 13 février Quand un joueur de l'Ajax utilise une blessure pour dribbler son adversaire dimanche 12 février Ligue 1 : une 25e journée record dimanche 12 février La merveille de Torres dimanche 12 février Gareth Bale a repris l'entraînement dimanche 12 février Robbie Brady nettoie les filets de Courtois dimanche 12 février Un joueur amateur décède sur le terrain dimanche 12 février Tolérance zéro contre l'homophobie dans le sport britannique dimanche 12 février Les supporters des Orlando Pirates envahissent la pelouse dimanche 12 février Deux splendides reprises de volée à Norwich dimanche 12 février Le commentaire polémique de Lee Dixon sur Son dimanche 12 février Bilić en tribune pour avoir fracassé un micro dimanche 12 février Morecambe régale (littéralement) ses fans
Article suivant
4 31