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Hummels’ tweets spark frenzy among Liverpool fans



Hummels appears set to admire Jurgen Klopp reunion

Bayern Munich defender Mats Hummels has sparked support among Liverpool fans after tweeting that he enjoyed Liverpool’s 4-0 bashing of Arsenal.

The 28-year-old has therefore gained support of the Reds’ fans who urge him to join the Premier League side.

The Reds humiliated their league rivals Arsenal on Sunday and the Bayern star shows his support for Jurgen Klopp’s side who are coming from a midweek Champions League play-off second leg win over Bundesliga side Hoffenheim.

Goals from Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah and Daniel Sturridge were enough to secure a deserving victory for the Reds at Anfield and Hummels tweeted he was enjoying the match.

The Bergisch Gladbach-born defender was replying to questions whether he loved the way Liverpool humbled Arsenal, and his response was simple and precise: “I am. Another strong performance from LFC, pretty impressive right now…”

And after the tweet, the former Borussia Dortmund centre-back gained a lot of support from Liverpool fans who think the centre-half should reunite with Jurgen Klopp on Merseyside.

Hummels played under Klopp before departing the pair parted ways  with the German tactician leaving for Meyerside club in 2015 while Hummels left for Allianz Arena in 2016.

Hummels had previously volunteered to donate 1% of his salary as charity in support of Juan Mata’s  Common Goal Charity and while reactions have trailed the gesture with some suggesting he is obsessed with a move to Premier League, the latest could be another one for the Bayern youth academy graduate.

“You and [Joel] Matip would be quality together Mats,” one fan wrote.

“Hand in a transfer request and push for a move to Liverpool. Reunite with Klopp,” another added.

“There’s a centre-back spot up for grabs if you want it…” a third supporter said.

While another simply wrote: “Announce Hummels.”

Hummels joined Bayern last summer on a five-year deal following an eight-and-a-half spell at their biggest rivals Borussia Dortmund, dunring which he won the Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal titles and reaching the Champions League Final in 2013.

He had earlier hinted he could leave Bayern and return to his former club, and the latest twist could be a move to England to reunite with Klopp.

“Theoretically, yes, I would, even though I probably really shouldn’t say this,” he told German TV show Schulz and Bohmermann.

Liverpool are in the market for a centre-half and having struggled to get a deal for Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk all summer, Hummels could just be the man that will save them from the goal-dashing spree this time.

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Jordan Ayew tops English Premier League sprint chart after 16 matches



Ghana forward Jordan Ayew has been rated as the player with most sprints in the English Premier League after 16 round of games.

The Swansea City attacker has always been faced with criticisms for his lack of work ethos when playing for the Ghana’s senior national team.

But the former Olympique Marseille man appears to have had the best statistics in arguably the world’s best championship in terms of a player that has made the most sprints in the league after 16 matches

The 25-year-old heads the list of the 10 players ahead of speedsters including Hector Bellerin of Arsenal, Delle Alli of Tottenham and Richarlison of Watford.

According to the, with their high intensity and counter-attacking football, Manchester City have wracked up the most sprints so far this season with a whopping 6198.

However, relegation-threatened West Ham have managed a measly 4942.

Surprisingly, Manchester United only have the 15th highest amount of sprints with 5210.

Even though Manchester City have wracked up the most sprints as a team, no individual star of Pep Guardiola’s side makes the top 10.

So which Premier League ace has sprinted the most times?

1. Jordan Ayew (Swansea) – 796 sprints

2. Delle Alli (Tottenham) – 742 sprints

3. Jay Rodriguez (Burnley) – 715 sprints

4. Hector Bellerin (Arsenal)- 695 sprints

5. Tom Cleverley (Watford) – 695 sprints

6. Tom Ince (Huddersfield) – 683 sprints

7. Abdoulaye Doucore (Watford) – 682 sprints

8. Richarlison (Watford) – 677 sprints

9. Erik Pieters (Stoke) – 669 sprints

10. Pascal Gross (Brighton) – 662 sprints

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Pots announced for Final Draw



With Peru completing the line-up of 32 teams for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, we now know the seeding pots for the Final Draw on 1 December.

It was confirmed in September, by the Organising Committee for FIFA Competitions, that all teams will be allocated to (eight-team) pots 1 to 4 based on sporting principles. The October 2017 edition of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be used to allocate all qualified teams to the four pots according to their ranking in descending order, after hosts Russia who take the top seeding spot.

With those factors in mind, here are the final pots for the Final Draw:

POT 1 Russia, Germany, Brazil, Portugal, Argentina, Belgium, Poland, France
POT 2 Spain, Peru, Switzerland, England, Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay, Croatia
POT 3 Denmark, Iceland, Costa Rica, Sweden, Tunisia, Egypt, Senegal, Iran
POT 4 Serbia, Nigeria, Australia, Japan, Morocco, Panama, Korea Republic, Saudi Arabia

It is worth remembering that the principle of drawing the teams into the groups will remain unchanged. This means that no teams from the same confederation, with the exception of UEFA, which could have up to two teams in the same group, will be drawn into the same group.

The Final Draw will take place on Friday 1 December at Moscow’s State Kremlin Palace.

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« We do not want him at Real Madrid anymore »



Real Madrid are in a bad situation in the league, the club of Casa Blanca is currently third in Liga behind Valencia and Barça, the Catalans have taken a big lead, and this could definitely make them lose the championship in the winter. And a Madrid club player is highlighted in these poor results.

101 million euros for his transfer, 23 injuries since, 73 matches missed or 55% of the matches of his team. Statistics that would drive any coach and / or leaders crazy. You have it ?

These are the figures of Gareth Bale since his arrival at Real Madrid in the summer of 2013 from Tottenham. Whoever has played only nine games in the year 2017/2018 seems to have seriously undermined the patience of its leaders. Just back from a calf injury, he was summoned by the Welsh side to face France in a friendly last Friday, but made the choice to stay in Madrid to prepare for the derby against Atletico Madrid. But, the blow, the Welsh injured during training last Thursday and will be absent about a month.

What continue to fuel the rumors of transfers but especially what cause irritation of the board leader. The latter, tired of not being able to align their triplet « BBC », have made a decision that should be irrevocable, according to the Madrid newspaper AS: It must leave this summer. And the Spanish media also explains that the president of the Madrilenian club, Florentino Perez, added:

« We do not want him at Real Madrid anymore »
Yet strongly criticized last season, Bale had managed to avoid a departure last summer, claiming to want to win at Real Madrid. This year, his start to the season does not plead in his favor and he seems to have exhausted all his jokers in the Spanish capital. The departure of the Welsh international therefore seems to have been recorded.

The rumor of a return to the Premier League, Manchester United in particular, has been reactivated but the number of contenders could quickly evolve in view of the quality of the player. Be careful though, the Welsh is signed until 2022, and Florentino Perez is determined not to sell his player.

Unless a return to its best level, it is difficult to see how the Welsh international could reverse the situation. Zinedine Zidane even found his replacement for 100 million euros.

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