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Lingard and Mourinho’s “weird” habit: “I looked at my cell phone and accidentally saw it on FaceTime.” – Man. United

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Lingard and Mourinho's “weird” habit: “I looked at my cell phone and accidentally saw it on FaceTime.” - Man.  United

Trying to live a second life at Manchester United after a loan he excelled at at West Ham, Jesse Lingard is the latest protagonist in the chronicles of The Players’ Tribune. In the text, in which he begins by stating that his brother Lou is the centerpiece of the entire story he tells, Lingard recalls the difficult moments he went through lately, especially after the 2018 FIFA World Cup, when injuries interrupted the whole its evolution. it meant. The midfielder spoke about Jose Mourinho, talked about interesting episodes with the coach, and also left words of gratitude for the way Bruno Fernandez always treated him.

It all starts at the beginning of the 2018/19 season, right after the FIFA World Cup. “Shortly after returning to the 2018/19 season, I had a groin injury. I’ve always run a lot in matches, about 12 or 13 kilometers. It takes a long time, but I could always give my 100%. This time was different. No. No. I could. After a few games, I had to stop. I couldn’t play, I couldn’t train. My body had enough. “Jose Mourinho was the manager of Manchester United at the time and, well, he didn’t like it when his players got injured. He didn’t even want to know. All in all, I have to admit it. Before all my injuries, he trusted me, he helped me to participate in important games. We won trophies and he made me a winner. He could take over this side. He would also like to have a personal connection with. It. Just out of nowhere, just to see how it was. At first I thought it was strange. He called me and just said, “Hey Jesse, how are you?” in this “Well, just relaxing, watching TV (a weird silence) … what are you doing? (laughs) I thought it was funny, but honestly, it shows how much he cares about us. But in terms of injuries, it was difficult because he didn’t want to hear about it. “

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“Since then, I have not been able to return to who I was. I had both mental and physical problems. I also had problems with my mother and her depression. I have already spoken about it, and this is not what I am. ”I am speaking here, but it also affected me. That was my mother, do you understand? Not playing it made things more difficult. But when I started playing again, even when I was in good physical condition, it was not me. My family kept going to the games, but they couldn’t even see me. They always said: “This is not you, this is not your aura.” The games passed, but I was not there. It was a ghost … and saying, “Today I want to see Jesse Lingard I know.” All I thought about was “Mine, I can’t, because it’s not me!” I love football, I love it to death, but there were times when I thought, ‘I can’t keep doing this.’

That all changed later with the loan to West Ham, where he definitely went back to being a real Lingard. To such an extent that even Bruno Fernandez gave up his exhibitions. “I spoke of myself as ‘the best player in the Premier League.’ I AM !!! Can you believe it? This is from Bruno! I love him. He always sent me support messages while I was on loan. And getting this recognition from someone of your level was just incredible. ”

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BOLA – Porto beat Tondela to win the 18th Copa Portugal (Portuguese Cup)

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BOLA - Porto beat Tondela to win the 18th Copa Portugal (Portuguese Cup)

Porto won the 18th Portuguese Cup in their history, beating Tondela 3-1. The Blue and Whites achieved a double – the ninth in their history – after winning the League.

In a match played at a moderate pace, the White-Blues took advantage of the reckless play of center Marcelo Alves, who played with a hand in the penalty area, and opened the scoring.

The application was analyzed by VAR and viewed by the referee Rui Costa on a video monitor, after which the Porto referee indicated the penalty mark. Taremi was in charge of marking and signed the ninth penalty this season in the service of the Dragons. The score changed, but the game remained calm …

In the second half, the Dragons showed more intensity and increased Vitigny’s lead in a game involving Pepe.

The White-Blues occupied more time in attacking midfield and, under the onslaught of Pepe, earned another penalty due to the absence of Sagyan. Taremi was again present at the penalty mark, but this time the Iranian hit the post.

In one of Tondela’s few dangerous plays, a tense cross from Salvador Agra hit Neto Borges’ head, a ruthless blow to Marquesin.

It was bet that the match would become more emotional, but Porto quickly reacted to resistance and Taremi left the fans more relaxed by closing the scoring after a beautiful balloon pass from Otavio.

The Jamor party was all blue and white…

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BALL – After the euphoria around Mbappe, Al-Khelaifi fails (Paris Saint-Germain)

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BALL - After the euphoria around Mbappe, Al-Khelaifi fails (Paris Saint-Germain)

This Sunday, Telefoot announces that Zinedine Zidane will not be Paris Saint-Germain manager next season after all, as the former ace has priority to command France after the 2022 World Cup.

It has already been reported that the former Real Madrid coach has been postponing the decision on the succession of Mauricio Pochettino after the World Cup in Qatar, which is now confirmed and, worse, violates not only the plans of CEO Nasser Al-Khelaifi, but also the expectations of Killian Mbappe, whose the update was announced yesterday, at the end of the game with the Metz, with great fanfare and circumstance, as if it were about winning the title.

According to the French press, Zinedine Zidane was used as a bargaining chip by the Qatari millionaire to convince Mbappé to stay at the Parc des Princes, but now PSG will have to turn to other targets, with several alternatives being pointed out. Mauricio Pochettino: former German coach Joachim Lowe, Spaniards Roberto Martinez (Belgian coach) and Julen Lopetegui (Sevilla), Italian Antonio Conte (Tottenham), former Parisian player Thiago Motta, Brazilian naturalized Italian who has done interesting work in La Spezia (Serie A), as well as the experienced Frenchman Christophe Galtier.

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BALL – Lazio (with a goal by Jovane) and Fiorentina hold their ground; Atalanta outside Europe (Italy)

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BALL - Lazio (with a goal by Jovane) and Fiorentina hold their ground;  Atalanta outside Europe (Italy)

In this Saturday’s three games of the last round of Serie A, the highlight is the fact that Lazio finished 5th despite draws with Verona (Jose Mourinho’s Roma finished 6th with one point less) and Fiorentina, beat Juventus. (4th) retained their 7th position, which means that Atalanta, which suffered a defeat at home to Empoli, is outside of Europe – in recent years it has been a regular presence in UEFA competitions.

Lazio again had Jovan Cabral in the starting line-up, at the Verona welcome (Miguel Veloso played 90 minutes) that ended 3-3, and was even the forward missed by Sporting to score the Rome team’s first goal (16 ). ‘), who was twice disadvantaged by goals from Giovanni Simeone (6′) and Kevin Lasagna (14′), but also took the lead with goals from Felipe Anderson (29′) and Pedro Rodriguez (62’).

As for Fiorentina, they beat their rivals Juventus 2-0 against Artemio Franchi (Dusan Vlahovic, persona non grata in Florence since he signed for Signora Eternal in January , he joined him only in the 76th minute), with Alfred’s goals. Duncan (45+1) and Nicolas Gonzalez (90+2, penalty).

Finally, Atalanta, still dreaming of the last European place (equal on points with Fiorentina for the day, but with a loss according to the tie-break criterion), lost at home to Empoli (0:1), a goal from Leo Stulak (79′) and ended up in eighth place.

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