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Liverpool to appeal Mane ban

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Liverpool will appeal Sadio Mane’s three-match ban for the red card he received after a controversial clash with Man City goalkeeper Ederson on Sunday.

Mane was sent off on Sunday by referee Jon Moss for raising his foot and clashing with City goalkeeper Ederson, with the Brazilian goalkeeper requiring eight minutes of treatment before being taken from the field on a stretcher wearing an oxygen mask.

Liverpool have the option to appeal claiming an excessive punishment and hope to see the suspension decreased to either one or two matches.

The decision to send Mane off was a contentious one and there was split opinion between pundits and fans, but both Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola agreed after the match that there was no malice in Mane’s challenge.

Klopp told Sky Sports: « The whole game was the red card. I don’t think it’s a red card, he doesn’t see him. I have seen the goalie already and it’s not that bad and it’s an accident. It’s unlucky, really unlucky to play against City with 10 men.

« It was unlucky, it was an accident. The goalkeeper comes out, Sadio wants the ball. To get a red card in a game like this is really unlucky.

« I don’t know what he (Jonathan Moss) thought but I said to the fourth official it wasn’t a red card. I thought « oh my god, I hope it’s not serious » but it’s unlucky. Sadio would never have done it and he feels really bad. Hopefully it’s not too serious.

« It’s hard but it’s all hard and we have to take it. We’ve lost the game and that’s not cool so now we have to show some reaction. It’s really hard and I hope they judge this situation about football. »

Ederson didn’t suffer any broken bones in the incident but did require stitches and he was back in the stands before the final whistle.

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Martial: « Mourinho is hard with me »

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Author of a good start to the season as a replacement with Manchester United, Anthony Martial looks back on his relationship with José Mourinho.

It’s much better for Anthony Martial. A one-year absence from the French team, the Manchester United striker found Didier Deschamps’ starting lineup against Germany (2-2) on Tuesday and signed a superb assist on the opening of the score of Alexandre Lacazette. A return to the international scene that results from his start to the season with the Red Devils. Lining Marcus Rashford on the left wing, the 21-year-old has turned into a super sub, with 6 goals and as many assists on his meter.

« Toto » Martial especially took the fold of the discipline that José Mourinho imposed on him for a year and a half. « He’s tough with all of us and he’s tough with me, that’s not the question, » said the native of Esssone on the Premier League channel. He recalls his long complicated relationship with the Portuguese coach: « At first we did not know each other very well, but things are better now. He knows my strengths and weaknesses and the result is that we learn to give the best every time.  »

I also know that he really loves me

If the former Monegasque, recruited for 50 million euros in 2015, manages to become a top player one day, he will probably thank the « Special One ». « I know it’s for my benefit and I also know he really loves me, so there’s no problem with this discipline », concludes Anthony Martial. Especially since the young striker now knows that the efficiency, which he knows to show today with his limited playing time, can allow him to be in the France group for the 2018 World Cup.

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Chelsea without Michy, Musonda ni Moses but with David Luiz

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Against WBA, Chelsea will not be able to play Michy Batshuayi, Moses or Musonda.

Batshuayi is injured. (Marc Atkins / OFFSIDE / PRESS SPO / PRESS SPORTS)
Traveling to West Bromwich Albion, Chelsea will have to do without Michy Batshuayi (ankle), Danny Drinkwater (calf), Charly Musonda (knee) and Victor Moses (ischios). On the other hand, David Luiz returned to the group after being sidelined by Antonio Conte.

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Chelsea: the cost of the future stadium explodes and becomes historic!

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Determined to build a new stadium, keeping the foundations of Stamford Bridge, Chelsea has revised upward the cost of its future speaker. Moreover, the next stadium of the Blues could become the third most expensive cave in the world.

In a world of football business where the race for money has become the major stake of clubs, the renovation or the construction of new stadiums are one of the means studied by the trainings to increase their income. In France, the Atlantic Matmut of Bordeaux or the Groupama Stadium of Lyon are two of the most telling examples. In England, the big arms of the Premier League have also yielded to temptation.
And if Tottenham, who plays all his home games at Wembley, is waiting for the delivery of his new White Hart Lane at the start of the 2018/2019 season, Chelsea is also preparing to give Stamford Bridge a serious facelift. Like the Spurs, the Blues rely on existing infrastructure to expand their stadium. A mission entrusted to the architectural firm Herzog & de Meuron. For the moment, nothing has been built yet, but according to the Times, the cost of the case is being exposed.
Clearly, the London club had expected a renovation to the tune of £ 500m, or about 561 M €. But the English newspaper reveals that the bill should eventually amount to 1 billion pounds, or 1.122 billion euros! A total cost that would be multiplied by two. A great accounting difference that would bring the new Stamford Bridge into the record books. Indeed, the future speaker of the Blues would become the third most expensive stadium in the world, behind two American behemoths: the Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta Falcons) and MetLife Stadium (New York Giants) whose cost is estimated at 1.3 billion euros.

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