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September 20, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img The Dutch football association (KNVB) ordered an investigation into the ownership and structure of Vitesse following allegations by former owner Merab Jordania that Chelsea heavily influenced policy at the club. The Premier League champions have regularly loaned players to the Eredivisie side since 2010 and they currently have five members of their playing staff at the Dutch club on a temporary basis. Vitesse Arnhem have been cleared of improper conduct over their relationship with Chelsea. Press Associationcenter_img The KNVB insists there is nothing wrong with the relationship between the two clubs, however. A statement from the governing body of Dutch football read: ” From various interviews and other material available, the study concluded that there is no evidence that Chelsea has control in the policies of Vitesse. “The study shows that there is no written partnership agreement established between the clubs, but Chelsea and Vitesse collaborate in some areas, such as the hiring of players. “The presented leases between Vitesse and Chelsea are in accordance with the regulations and correspond to rental agreements between Vitesse and other clubs.” last_img read more

September 16, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgTuesday marked the beginning of a new era in Wisconsin men’s basketball with the official introduction of Greg Gard as head coach after serving as Bo Ryan’s assistant for 15 years.Here’s how some of the Badgers in attendance at Tuesday’s press conference reacted to Gard’s big day:Junior guard Bronson KoenigOn why Gard is such a good fit:“Just his comfort level with everyone, the players’ comfort level with him and just how he interacts with everyone on a day-to-day basis in practice and film sessions, where you guys don’t necessarily see it.”On his reaction when he heard the news:“I was very excited. I wasn’t very surprised, but he’s very deserving of a head coaching job, so I’m very happy for him.”[Updated] Men’s basketball: Greg Gard officially named new head coach of WisconsinWisconsin men’s basketball coach Greg Gard was not named Big Ten Coach of the Year Monday after he led the Read…Redshirt junior guard Zak ShowalterOn being a student athlete who is playing at his dream school and seeing Gard get his dream job:“I definitely can see what he’s feeling. It’s exciting. This is what I’ve dreamed of my whole career and to be able to do this is a dream come true. I think for him, every school has been kind of a dream come true, but I think this really has been in his mind since the day he’s started coaching and I couldn’t be more happy for him.”On what Gard means to him:“I got one year left, but going into the future, I’ll always have his back and he’s always someone I can look up to. It’s exciting for us to know that this program is in good hands.”Stand Gard: Badgers have found their leaderGreg Gard has been named head coach of University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team.  No more interim label, no more audition Read…Junior forward Nigel HayesOn the similarities between Gard and Ryan:“He’s an extension of Coach Ryan. He’s known him a long time. They pretty much have the same basketball principles, morals, values and things that they want their teams to do. He’s the same guy, different voice. Of course they have different philosophies and ways about that, but they have the same expectations in terms of what they want on the basketball court.”Assistant Coach Lamont ParisOn whether there was a sense of relief in the announcement of a head coach:“We were in the Big Ten race, so you’re not thinking about that. We were in a position where we had improved so much that we really had just dealt so much with developing the guys, developing the team, that it really was an afterthought. Otherwise, you’d go nuts thinking about that every day. Now, the finality of it is here, so there is a sense of excitement without question.”Assistant Coach Howard Moore:On why someone like Gard, or anyone, would decide to stick around for so long:“The people. To have an icon like [Bo Ryan] and Coach [Barry] Alvarez being the leader for all of us and giving us the resources and the support to be successful and put our programs in position where we can be successful coaches, it means a lot. Not every program is fortunate enough to have a guy of his stature to be the athletic director.”“This place is special because there are people that are here at Wisconsin that care about Wisconsin. It’s not just a job for them. It’s something that is very near and dear, and those are the type of people that Coach Alvarez wants to be around this program.”Head Football Coach Paul ChrystOn both football and basketball programs having Wisconsin natives as leaders:“You’re proud and appreciative of it, but if Greg wasn’t from Wisconsin, I’d still be real happy. It’s unique, but I’d be happy of who he is, not where he is from.”last_img read more

September 8, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgArgentina Legend Diego Maradona has warned his country’s Coach, Jorge Sampaoli, not to return home from the World Cup in Russia if the Albeceleste loses to Nigeria and fails to qualify from Group D to the knock out stage.Maradona, who played against Super Eagles at Nigeria’s debut at the Mundial in 1994 in USA, told Argentine Television Telesur’s ‘De la mano del Diez’ show that the way his country played in the opening game of Group D against Iceland leaves much to be desired.“If he carries on like this, Sampaoli can’t come back to Argentina. “There is serious trouble ahead because Nigeria have experience, they know how to counter-attack and they know how to score,” stressed the Argentine football legend who watched his country squandered the lead to share points with Iceland last Saturday.Maradona went on to blast Sampaoli for his poor tactics against Iceland.“His (Sampaoli) game-plan was a disgrace. Even though the Iceland players average 1.90m in height, we played all our corners into the air. We had no short game,” Maradona recalled.Last year, Argentina threw away a 2-0 lead to lose 4-2 to Nigeria in an international friendly in Russia. The perennial group stage customers are to clash in their last Group D game on June 26 here in Saint Petersburg.Argentina took the lead through Sergio Aguero in the 19th minute Saturday as a cigar-puffing Maradona looked on from the stands of the Spartak Stadium.But minnows Iceland, playing at their first ever finals, levelled four minutes later through Alfred Finnbogason.Messi, whose performances in World Cups are arguably the only blot on an other-worldly career, spurned a chance to take the lead when his 63rd-minute spot kick was saved by Hannes Halldorsson.But Maradona avoided criticising his heir apparent and instead pointed the finger at Sampaoli.“I don’t blame the players. I could blame the lack of work rate. But I can’t blame the players, much less Messi, who gave it all he had,” he said.“I missed five penalties on the spin and I was still Diego Armando Maradona. I don’t think that they dropped two points because Messi missed a penalty,” added Maradona, who led Argentina to the quarter-finals in South Africa in 2010 as coach.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more