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    CHELSEA legend Gary Cahill has revealed he rejected Premier League interest to join Championship side Bournemouth. The former England defender, 35, moved to Crystal Palace in 2019 after a trophy-filled seven years at Stamford Bridge. 3Gary Cahill says he snubbed several Prem offers to join Bournemouth last monthCredit: Getty 3The veteran says the challenge of getting the Cherries promoted inspired his decisionCredit: Rex Cahill made 45 appearances for the Eagles in the top-flight but left Selhurst Park when his contract expired in June. A host of clubs were linked with the veteran star, but it was his former team-mate Scott Parker that won the race for his signature. On Saturday he made his debut for the Cherries in the 3-0 win over Barnsley for his first appearance in the Championship for 14 years. And ahead of tonight’s clash with QPR he revealed to Sky Sports that the lure of helping Bournemouth win promotion was the reason he snubbed staying in the Prem. Cahill said: “I could've stayed in the Premier League - Palace offered me another year. “They needed to...
    08/24/2021 On at 20:52 CEST A big storm is brewing with the internationals playing in the Premier League heading into the next FIFA team window. The English clubs have agreed today not to allow the internationals to go out in the national team break to countries that Great Britain has marked with a red traffic light. This could affect big stars like the Egyptian Liverpool player, Mohammed Salah, who would be forced upon his return to serve a strict quarantine of ten days in a hotel determined by the authorities. “The clubs of the Premier have decided reluctantly but unanimously not to give up players for international matches that take place in countries on the red list,” according to the Premier. “This decision will affect 60 players from 19 Premier League clubs who should have traveled to 26 countries on the red list during the next break in September,” said the statement from the English professional league. “We do it because of the current position of FIFA not to continue...
    07/29/2021 at 6:33 PM CEST When the striker of Inter Romelu lukaku He dazzled the world with his quality in the Anderletch of his country, Chelsea was the club of the ‘big leagues’ that most strongly bet on his talent. He ended up taking it to Stamford Bridge in 2011. “Amazing. It is a dream come true. I’ve dreamed of playing here since I was 10 years old, ”he declared at the time. And now, ten years later and after passing a lot of water under the bridge, Lukaku himself rejects the option of returning to the ‘blue’ entity in exchange for a millionaire offer, according to information provided by ‘La Gazzetta dello Sport’.More than 130 million euros was willing to put on the table Roman Abramovich in order to please his coach, Thomas Tuchel, in the search for a striker who can guarantee the scoring quota required by Chelsea’s offensive plot. And what better than a man who already knows the corners of Stamford Bridge. But, to the misfortune of Marina...
    PREMIER LEAGUE players will be asked this summer if they think it is time to stop “taking the knee”. The pre-game gesture was introduced at the beginning of last term’s post-shutdown resumption as a response to the death of George Floyd and other racism incidents in the USA. 2Footballers have been taking the knee since Project Restart as a response to the death of George FloydCredit: Getty Images - Getty League chiefs carried it on into this season, although there has been a growing backlash from the likes of Wilfried Zaha and with QPR, Bournemouth and Millwall among the clubs who have ended the practice. And now Prem chief executive Richard Masters said he will be consulting captains and players over the summer to decide if the symbolic gesture should be continued or halted - and what might be done instead. Masters said: “Taking the knee last season was a big statement and it was player-led. “For the first time, you have Premier League clubs and the players on the same page on a really important issue. “Anti-discrimination is something...
    DIEGO COSTA would reportedly 'love' to return to the Premier League with Wolves eyeing a free transfer. The Spain striker is a free agent after Atletico Madrid terminated his contract with immediate effect - six months ahead of schedule. 2Diego Costa would 'love' to comeback to the Premier LeagueCredit: Rex Features SunSport exclusively revealed the Midlands club are planning a shock move for the 32-year-old this month. Wolves' main striker Raul Jimenez is out long-term after he fractured his skull against Arsenal. And Nuno Espirito's side fancy the former Chelsea ace as a replacement. Wolves will be boosted by the news the Spain international would 'love' to comeback to England, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano. He told Sky Sports News: "Costa would love to return to the Premier League. "He had some bids from Brazilian and Turkish clubs since he ended his contract with Atletico Madrid but he decided to wait a bit. "He hopes to receive some bids from the Premier League. There are a lot of rumours but nothing advanced. "But for sure, Diego is waiting...
    ALEX MOWATT has had a whirlwind three years at Barnsley. And the skipper insists you can never accuse the Tykes of being boring.Since joining the club they have been promoted twice, won promotion and survived on the final game of last season. 3Alex Mowatt (right) celebrates with Jacob Brown after Barnsley's final-game escape from relegation last season at BrentfordCredit: REX FEATURES And Barnsley have had five different managers Mowatt, 25, told SunSport: “There’s never a dull moment at Barnsley! “I got off to a tough start by being sent off on my debut against Oxford but I’ve loved every minute of my time here. “We got promoted then went down and up again. “In previous seasons before joining Barnsley, I’ve got towards the end of the season and had nothing to play for but here we’re either fighting for promotion or trying to stay up. “There’s always something to play for, the games are tense and exciting.”Mowatt admits he wanted the earth to swallow him up after being sent off on his debut against Wolves after just 42 minutes....
    PETR CECH endured a nightmare return to football after a horror blunder with his FIRST touch cost Chelsea a goal. The veteran keeper, 38, was playing for the Blues' Under-23s against Tottenham on Monday night. 4A Petr Cech blunder with his first touch cost Chelsea a goal vs Spurs 4Cech was playing for the first time since retiring at Arsenal in 2019 Cech was named in Chelsea's Premier League squad earlier this season, despite hanging up his gloves at the end of the 2018-19 season. The Czech stopper took on the role of technical director at Stamford Bridge. And, ahead of the 2020-21 season, he was named in Frank Lampard's playing squad with doubts over Edouard Mendy's backup goalkeepers Kepa Arrizabalaga and Willy Caballero. But based on his first game back, he won't be getting a call-up to the Chelsea first XI side any time soon. ⚽ Read our Chelsea live blog for the very latest news from the Bridge With his very first touch of the game, Cech played a pass straight out for a corner. Tottenham then scored...
    PREMIER League football fans were allowed back last night for the first time in nine months. The first were at West Ham’s 5.30pm kick-off against Manchester United. 5Socially distanced West Ham supporters were the first Premier League fans to returnCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd Covid rules meant only 2,000 were allowed in the London Stadium as the city falls under the Government’s Tier 2 restrictions. They had to wear masks and remain socially distanced. On arrival, they had to have a temperature check, fill out a medical questionnaire and download the NHS app. Later, another 2,000 fans were allowed to watch London side Chelsea at home to Leeds. 5A young West Ham fan in a mask was able to watch his team in actionCredit: PA:Press Association Most read in SportLive BlogSCRAP YARDEFollow all the action as Anthony Yarde takes on Lyndon ArthurHAMMER BLOWGreenwood proved his worth for Man Utd with a strike only the best can pull offVideoSOW-ER GRAPES?Watch angry Warnock label Stoke dressing room a 'pig sty' after defeatPicturedPAIGE TURNERPaige VanZant flashes her bum in red bikini ahead...
    By STEVE DOUGLAS, AP Sports Writer They filed into the stadiums for the first time in nine months, clutching treasured match tickets and with their masks partially hiding the glee on their faces. What once might have been taken for granted — going to watch their teams play in the English Premier League — felt like a huge privilege Saturday for the fortunate 4,000 given the honor of being the first soccer supporters to be allowed into games in England’s top division since the outbreak of the coronavirus in March. The fans — 2,000 from West Ham, 2,000 from Chelsea — had contrasting experiences on opposite sides of London. West Ham imploded at its Olympic Stadium, squandering a 1-0 halftime lead against Manchester United as substitutes Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford inspired the visitors to a 3-1 win. Chelsea’s players treated their select group of attending fans to a comeback of their own at Stamford Bridge. The hosts rebounded from conceding a fourth-minute goal from former player Patrick Bamford to beat Leeds 3-1 thanks to goals from Olivier Giroud, Kurt...
    They filed into the stadiums for the first time in nine months, clutching treasured match tickets and with their masks partially hiding the glee on their faces. What once might have been taken for granted — going to watch their teams play in the English Premier League — felt like a huge privilege Saturday for the fortunate 4,000 given the honor of being the first soccer supporters to be allowed into games in England’s top division since the outbreak of the coronavirus in March. The fans — 2,000 from West Ham, 2,000 from Chelsea — had contrasting experiences on opposite sides of London. West Ham imploded at its Olympic Stadium, squandering a 1-0 halftime lead against Manchester United as substitutes Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford inspired the visitors to a 3-1 win. Chelsea’s players treated their select group of attending fans to a comeback of their own at Stamford Bridge. The hosts rebounded from conceding a fourth-minute goal from former player Patrick Bamford to beat Leeds 3-1 thanks to goals from Olivier Giroud, Kurt Zouma and Christian Pulisic. England is...
    THANKS to Boris Johnson for small mercies. Football clubs can greet spectators again or at least they can if they are not in Tier 3, the areas with the highest relative numbers of Covid-19 sufferers. 3Karren Brady can't wait to welcome West Ham fans back to the London StadiumCredit: Reuters Ten Premier League clubs find themselves in that grim tier so in essence they will still be in lockdown. That continues to illustrate perfectly the old adage 'as seen on TV'. The orgy of football on the box is being watched gratefully by fans, particularly those of the armchair variety, less so by those millions who love the real thing. Big cities are the catchment area of the virus and as they are generally the home of leading clubs who have the biggest stadiums, Tiers 3 or 2 are their fate. And so, the Government has ruled no fans or a mere sprinkling of them. Not that the second tier is that much better. Clubs in that category may host 2,000 spectators while those at the first level will be...
    Semedo, Aubameyang, and Ivanovic are three of those to keep an eye on this weekend. Getty/Simon Stacpoole/Offside/Wolves/David Price Last weekend was a record breaking one for the English Premier League. This weekend promises to be just as exciting, however, with debuts for a number of high profile new signings, the return of a Premier League legend, and a classic derby among the highlights.  Here are seven things you need to watch out for this weekend in the world's biggest soccer league.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Last weekend was a record breaking one for the English Premier League. In the 10 games played across Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, a total of 44 goals were scored, which was the most ever for a single round of fixtures in the division's 28 year history. There was also an astonishing five red cards, two hat-tricks, and an early contender for the goal of the season, scored by Leicester City's Dennis Praet.  While that might be difficult to top, this weekend still has plenty to offer, including debuts for a...
    Gareth Bale is ready to talk about a move with Manchester United, but are not sure if they can buy him. Real Madrid Wales’ record scorer this summer is trying to offset Pele by earning $ 600,000 a week. Bernabeu boss Zinedine Zidane, 31, wants to go after Bale failed to pick him in the final eight games of the season. United are keen as they struggle to sign the first-choice goal of Jordan Sancho, who is valued at $ 108 million by Borussia Dortmund. Earlier this month Bale admitted he was willing to consider his options this summer with two years left on his contract. But the star told friends he did not know if United was in debt or had the money to take him away permanently.Bale will go to United, but not sure if they have the money (Image: Getty Images) Sign up for the amazing new Mirror Football Newsletter! Get everything in your email inbox, from the latest news to agenda-setting stories. Ole Gunner Soulscare has already brought in Tony van de Peek, but Jadan Sancho...
    The Premier League's final day was one to remember. Getty/Shaun Botterill/Plumb Images/Matt Dunham The English Premier League was concluded in exciting fashion on Sunday as all 20 teams played their final games. Watford and Bournemouth were relegated, while Aston Villa pulled off an unlikely great escape. Chelsea and Manchester United also secured Champions League football for next season with impressive 2-0 wins over Wolves and Leicester respectively.  Despite failing to score on the day, Leicester's Jamie Vardy was also crowned the league's top scorer for the first time in his career, having hit 23 goals.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Though Liverpool FC had already been crowned English Premier League champions, there was still plenty to play for on the the last day of the season on Sunday. Only one team, Norwich City, had been relegated, while there was a three way fight for the Champions League still to be had, and four teams still vying for just two spots in the Europa League. League positions aside, the Golden Boot race was still wide open, with...
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