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Championship round-up: Cardiff close gap on Wolves to three

 
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MessagePosté le: Mer 7 Mar - 05:53 (2018)    Sujet du message: Championship round-up: Cardiff close gap on Wolves to three Répondre en citant

 

 
sbo222 Cardiff closed to within three points of Sky Bet Championship leaders Wolves after a 2-1 home win over Barnsley.


Callum Paterson opened the scoring on 31 minutes, and on-loan Liverpool midfielder Marko Grujic doubled the lead early in the second half, before Oliver McBurnie, on loan from Swansea, pulled a goal back on the hour.


Aston Villa remain third after a 3-0 win at bottom club Sunderland.


Lewis Grabban headed in against his old club on 34 minutes and James Chester nodded home a second from a corner just before the break. An own goal by Sunderland midfielder Bryan Oviedo in the 66th minute completed the rout.


Fulham continued their own promotion charge with a 3-0 win over Sheffield United at Craven Cottage, where on-loan Newcastle frontman Aleksandar Mitrovic scored twice. sbo222


The Serbian frontman bundled in a low cross on 31 minutes for his fourth goal in as many games, and added another well-taken effort just before the break. Tom Cairney knocked in a third after 61 minutes as Fulham made it 14 Championship games undefeated.


Derby, beaten by Fulham on Saturday, were held to a 1-1 draw at QPR.


The Rams went ahead on 38 minutes through Andreas Weimann, but Massimo Luongo headed in an equaliser with just three minutes left.


New Birmingham boss Garry Monk had a 39th birthday to forget as his first match in charge ended with 1-0 defeat by former club Middlesbrough at St Andrew's.


Patrick Bamford's close-range finish on 39 minutes proved enough for Boro, who are into sixth while Blues remain in the bottom three.


Burton are also still in trouble after a 2-0 home defeat by Brentford. The Bees went ahead on the hour through an own goal from Burton captain Kyle McFadzean and Ollie Watkins scored a second with 10 minutes left.


Hull are looking over their shoulders after losing 2-1 at home to Millwall. The Lions swept ahead inside the opening minute through George Saville and Jake Cooper then headed in from a corner on 33 minutes.


Substitute Abel Hernandez, in his his first appearance since August after injury, pulled a goal back with 11 minutes left.


Preston dented Bristol City's play-off hopes with a 2-1 win at Deepdale. Alan Browne's chip broke the deadlock on 20 minutes, before City equalised through Famara Diedhiou's header on 67 minutes.


North End, though, were soon back in front when Sean Maguire finished off a counter-attack. Robins defender Aden Flint was then sent off in stoppage time for a stray arm in the penalty area.


Martyn Waghorn scored twice as Ipswich won 2-1 at Sheffield Wednesday. Striker Waghorn put the visitors ahead on 51 minutes, but Owls substitute Lucas Joao levelled after 69 minutes.


Waghorn, though, had the final say when he clipped in an angled free-kick with seven minutes left.


Norwich and Nottingham Forest played out a goalless draw at Carrow Road, while Tuesday's 8pm kick-off at the Madejski Stadium saw relegation-battlers Reading and Bolton draw 1-1. sbo222
 


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MessagePosté le: Sam 26 Mai - 08:11 (2018)    Sujet du message: Toby Alderweireld to Manchester United and Anthony Martial t Répondre en citant

Toby Alderweireld to Manchester United and Anthony Martial to Tottenham… who would be getting the better deal from a swap this summer?

 
link sbo The news of Manchester United wanting Toby Alderweireld and Tottenham Hotspur wanting Anthony Martial naturally led to talk of a swap this summer. Jose Mourinho wants to improve his defence, while Mauricio Pochettino is not one to pass up an opportunity to add young attacking talent to his team. Already it feels as if this could become the summer’s first transfer saga as talks continue between the two clubs, but who would be getting the better deal? Sportsmail examines…

Value to their own clubs
In other words, how much worse off would Tottenham be without Alderweireld? Would they fall apart? Or can they cope without the central defender? The same for United without Martial. Would they miss him? Would Mourinho be left red-faced and full of regret because he let another future world-beater leave? The answer may lie in the two teams’ win percentages with and without their players. Pochettino tried to prove a point to his contract rebel this season by barely selecting him when fit. Despite being one of the best defenders in the Premier League, Alderweireld started just three games in 2018. Some fans feared Pochettino’s stubbornness might harm them but it didn’t.

How badly do United need a defender?
Tottenham owner Daniel Levy would like around £75million for Alderweireld – similar to the fee that Liverpool spent on Virgil van Dijk in December. Jurgen Klopp has certainly seen an improvement since signing the Dutchman from Southampton. Mourinho wants that impact too and the Portuguese seems to think Spurs’ stylish defender is the answer to his problems. United conceded 28 goals this season – only one more than Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City. It saw them finish with the second-best defence in the Premier League.

Do Spurs need another attacker?
When Harry Kane suffered ankle ligament damage at Bournemouth in March, it said a lot that Pochettino decided to bring on Erik Lamela rather than Fernando Llorente. Llorente started only one Premier League game this season and was used as a substitute 15 times. The striker has grown frustrated and could try to jump ship this summer. Most would not blame him. It is the same as what happened to Vincent Janssen, although Pochettino claims the two situations do not compare. link sbo

Potential
Martial became the world’s most expensive teenager when he was signed from Monaco for £36m, rising to £58m. That was in September 2015 when he was just 19. The potential was enormous. Now 22, Martial has 86 top-flight games under his belt and has scored 24 goals in Manchester. He has been left out of France’s World Cup squad, showing how his career has stalled at United, and may feel he still has a point to prove in the Premier League. Time is still on his side, at least. Meanwhile, with Alderweireld now 29 years old, he is set for one last big contract, hence why he has been holding off putting pen to paper with Tottenham.

So who would be getting a better deal in a swap?
In our opinion, Tottenham.
As the season went on, and the contract stand-off continued, it kept looking likelier that Alderweireld would be leaving. Spurs then had no choice but to try to make it work in their favour. Selling to a rival is never ideal but snapping up a 22-year-old attacker with Premier League experience and plenty of potential would hardly be a bad consolation prize. Alderweireld’s inability to get in the Spurs side this season during his unsettled spell said a lot. Pochettino continued to leave him out, showing faith in 21-year-old Davinson Sanchez, and it did not stop Spurs in their fight for the top four. link sbo



 


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