This is the worst back pass you’ve ever seen by 1860 Munich defender Michael Kokocinski!
1 Jorginho The agent of Liverpool and Southampton target Jorginho has revealed his client had offers in the summer.The Napoli midfielder struggled for playing time last year and appeared just 13 times in Serie A.That led to clubs showing an interest in the 23-year-old during the summer, including the likes of Liverpool and Southampton.But now Jorginho’s agent, Joao Santos, claims his client is happy at Napoli despite receiving proposals from several sides.“Everything has changed since the summer. After the arrival of new players, we thought the moment had come to leave. A quality player like Jorginho cannot sit on the bench,” Santos told gianlucadimarzio.com.“There were five sides interested in Jorginho: four Italian and one English. We were very close to leaving Napoli, then director of sport Cristiano Giuntoli arrived.“He told us that the club really believed in him and considered him untouchable. Therefore we decided to postpone any discussions until January.”
Yohan Cabaye scored a stunning goal as France destroyed Armenia at the Allianz Riviera.The Crystal Palace midfielder smashed a curling effort into the corner past Gevorg Kasparov from the edge of the box to bring the Allianz Riviera to its feet.The Euro 2016 hosts look in good shape ahead of next summer, as a goal from Antoine Griezmann and two furtherr strikes from Karim Benzema gave Les Bleus a 4-0 win.Watch Cabaye’s goal below. 1 Yohan Cabaye scores for France against Armenia
1 Manuel Pellegrini is hopeful Joe Hart and Sergio Aguero will return for Manchester City’s trip to Stoke on Saturday.Hart missed Saturday’s Premier League win over Southampton with a hamstring injury, while Aguero was forced off in the game with a heel problem.The duo were both absent from the squad for Tuesday night’s 4-1 Capital One Cup quarter-final win over Hull, but Pellegrini expects to have them both back soon.“Kun has a pain in his heel. He is improving and we will see tomorrow or Thursday if he can play on Saturday,” said the City boss.“Joe Hart can be fit, I am not sure for Saturday but if not for Tuesday [against Borussia Monchengladbach in the Champions League].“Fernando [also] has a small problem but I think can play on Saturday.”Vincent Kompany and Pablo Zabaleta will again miss out against Stoke, but City will have David Silva available after the Spaniard made his first start in two months against Hull.The playmaker helped City book their place in the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup and Pellegrini is delighted to have him back.“The most important thing was to qualify for the semi-final but after that it was important for David to have 80 minutes after a long injury,” said the Chilean. Joe Hart
8 4. Felipe Anderson: Lazio’s Brazilian could cost £37m – Lazio fans love their creative genius and Anderson has even been christened FA7, in reference to Cristiano Ronaldo’s CR7 moniker. The 22-year-old will not come cheap and there are reports United have already offered £37m for him. 2. Gareth Bale: Real Madrid forward linked but is happy at the Bernabeu – Bale was the subject of a bid from United prior to his transfer to Real Madrid in 2013. This season he has been linked with the club again, but says he is happy in Spain right now and scored a hat-tick in new manager Zinedine Zidane’s first game in charge. 8 8 8 6. Saul Niguez: Atletico Madrid youngster on United’s radar – Last season Niguez was unhappy with a lack of playing time, but has played 13 times in La Liga this term. United are reportedly preparing a £15m bid for the 21-year-old midfielder, says Spanish radio station Cope. He definitely has a bright future ahead. 8 5. Romelu Lukaku: Everton striker would prefer a Champions League club if he moves – Lukaku is enjoying a goal-laden season at Everton and it has not gone unnoticed by Man United. However, it is being rumoured the striker would prefer to join a club competing in the Champions League if he were to leave Merseyside. 3. Robert Lewandowski: £70m striker to seek a new challenge – He is one of Europe’s deadliest strikers and is said to be considering a new challenge in a new league while the 27-year-old is still in his prime. A £70m offer could be enough to bring him to Old Trafford. Major surgery is required at Old Trafford, based on performances so far this season.Just under £100m was spent on players in the summer, but even more is going to be needed to address problem areas.The club continue to be linked with football’s best players despite the very real possibility they may not qualify for the Champions League, so here talkSPORT has looked at eight of the best names linked and ranked them in order of quality.Click the yellow arrow above, right, to see the rankings. 8 8 8. Ricardo Rodriguez: Wolfsburg full back to join United for £30m? Continue reading our ranking of Man United’s top mid-season targets by clicking the arrow above! – The 23-year-old full-back has bolstered his reputation with some great displays for Wolfsburg, who helped knock Man United out of the Champions League this season. It is being reported by German publication Bild that Rodriguez could cost a huge £30m. 7. Sadio Mane: Southampton will make it difficult for United to land no.10 – For the past year Mane has been linked with Man United, but Southampton manager Ronaldo Koeman has warned he is in no mood to sell his no.10. 8 1. Neymar: Barcelona forward is one of Europe’s best players – do you agree with this ranking? – Signing Neymar would certainly be a huge coup, though United need to make sure they are at least in the Champions League next season to even be in with a chance of pulling it off. The Barca ace had a wonderful year in 2015 and was pushing Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo close for the Ballon d’Or. There was said to be summer interest from United in the 23-year-old.
Struggling La Liga side Las Palmas probably weren’t expecting too much as Barcelona arrived in Gran Canaria.An early Luis Suarez goal would have added to that too but with 10 minutes on the clock they provided an equaliser to enliven the home fans.And what a leveller it was as Jonathan Viera laid on a back-heel assist for Willian Jose to bury past Claudio Bravo.You can see the awesome assist below… 1 Barcelona star Luis Suarez looks shocked
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Also in the Pioneer League … Torrance 3, Lawndale 0: Chelsea Tupuola had 11 kills for Torrance in a 25-14, 25-5, 26-24 win at Lawndale (1-7 in league). Ashley Parker had three aces and served for seven straight points in the second game for Torrance (13-7, 5-3). South Torrance 3, Centennial 0: Danielle Lindahl had six kills, Sarah Wachtfogel had nine assists and Katie Kuehn had 11 aces to lead South (22-8, 7-1) to a 25-4, 25-8, 25-3 victory at Centennial (0-8). In the Bay League … Palos Verdes 3, West Torrance 2: Shauna Moss had 12 kills and 11 digs in a 25-16, 25-12, 20-25, 17-25, 15-11 win for host Palos Verdes (12-8, 4-4). Stacie Groat added nine blocks and Caroline Daly had eight. Katie Colin had 36 assists and 17 digs for West Torrance (8-12, 1-7). Laura Day added 14 kills and seven digs for West. In the Camino Real League … Serra 3, St. Monica 1: Seini Tukutau had 20 kills, five digs and four aces in a 25-11, 20-25, 25-12, 25-21 win for visiting Serra (10-6, 3-4). Marielle Brosmer recorded nine kills, 16 digs and four aces. Christine Barba added 34 assists for Serra. Mary Star 3, Cantwell 1: Robin Skale had nine kills and four aces to lead host Mary Star in a 25-4, 20-25, 25-14, 25-21 win. Lauren Costa had 26 assists and three aces. In the Del Rey League … Bishop Montgomery 3, St. Bernard 0: Jennifer Edmond had eight kills and Sarah Prather had five kills to lead host Bishop Montgomery (20-6, 7-0) to a 25-13, 25-9, 25-15 Del Rey League title-clinching victory. Ashley Thompson had eight kills for St. Bernard (8-12, 0-6). In the Marine League … Carson 3, King-Drew 0: Kristiana Tuaniga had 15 kills and 10 digs to lead visiting Carson (12-2, 10-2) in a 25-15, 25-19, 25-14 win. Rosita Fualau added nine kills and six digs. Abigail Villena recorded 25 assists, eight digs and three kills. San Pedro 3, Washington 0: Shannon Miller had 12 kills and three aces in a 25-7, 25-6, 25-13 for visiting San Pedro (12-1, 12-0). Alexis Hathaway added nine kills. Marissa Bubica added 10 aces and 16 assists. Narbonne 3, Banning 0: Jessica Kerr had seven kills and Shainiece Gonsalvez had four digs and six assists to lead Narbonne (8-5, 8-4) to a 25-23, 25-20, 25-13 victory at Banning.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! From staff reports Ilyanna Hernandez had 20 kills and eight aces to help North Torrance move a step closer to its fourth straight Pioneer League title in a 25-14, 22-25, 25-15, 25-18 win at El Segundo. Kristen McNeese had all 14 of her kills in the final three games, including seven in the deciding game to clinch the victory for North (19-3, 8-0). The win marked the first time in four seasons that North has swept the season series with El Segundo, with whom it shared the league crown in 2004 and 2005. Jen Stutzel led El Segundo (4-10, 3-5) with 11 kills.
• Video: Pedestrian Sting MONTEREY PARK – Even in the early morning sunlight, the tall undercover officer was hard to miss as he walked across an intersection near a high school traversed daily by hundreds of students. Yet reserve Officer Michael Cooper had a few close calls when some drivers sped past him or switched lanes to avoid him as he walked repeatedly across New Avenue, about a block from Mark Keppel High School. Police stopped and cited numerous drivers who failed to yield for Cooper during a decoy operation Wednesday. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREStriving toward a more perfect me: Doug McIntyre Although the street is not marked by a crosswalk, Monterey Park police Sgt. Dave Elliot said drivers must still yield for pedestrians at intersections. In a city that just a few years ago ranked No. 1 in the state for per-capita pedestrian collisions involving seniors, the decoy operations have helped curb such accidents, Elliot said. “This enforcement has made an impact,” he said. “We’ve seen a steady decline.” Along with conducting pedestrian sting operations, police have implemented programs to educate the public on traffic laws, and the city has installed new traffic signs. “We’ve combined education, engineering and enforcement,” said. But some drivers weren’t happy. “It is basically a trap, causing people to break the law,” said Rosemead resident Greg Luevano, who got a ticket. Monterey Park resident Joseph Lao disagreed. “There’s so many kids here – people don’t pay attention and they might hit them,” he said. As the morning drew on, Monterey Park police Lt. Chris Keller dropped by in civilian clothes to see how things were going. He joined Cooper on a few trips across the street. “I wanted to experience it for myself,” Keller said. Although some people dislike enforcement operations that use decoys, Keller said they benefit residents . Elliot in the long run email@example.com (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4586 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!