Monday, 5 February 2018

Free Daily Predictions

TURKISH SUPER LEAGUE
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Trabzonspor v Goztepe
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TIP: X
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GREEK SUPER LEAGUE
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Platanias v Apollon
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TIP: -2.5
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BUNDESLIGA II
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Biefield v Union Berlin
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TIP: GG
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PORTUGUESE
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Setubal v Belenenses
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TIP: X
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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE
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Watford v Chelsea
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TIP: 2DNB
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EREDIVISE II
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Jong Ajax v Helmond
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TIP: 1

Saturday, 3 February 2018

Free Daily Predictions

#LA LIGA
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Athletico Atlético de Madrid v Valencia CF
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TIP: X. GG
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Bar Deportivo Alaves v RC Celta
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TIP: GG
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LIGUE I
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Nice v Toulouse Football Club
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TIP: X
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ENGLISH CHAMPIONSHIPS
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Aston Villa FC v Burton
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TIP: 1
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Fleetwood Town FC v Scunthorpe United FC
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TIP: X
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Northampton Town Football Club v Rochdale AFC
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TIP: 12
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Official Oldham Athletic FC v Bradford
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TIP: X
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Plymouth v Blackburn Rovers
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TIP: GG
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Accringnton v Stevenage Football  Club
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TIP:1DNB
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Mansfield Town Football Club v Barnet Football Club
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TIP: 1
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Port Vale v Morecambe
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TIP: +1.5
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#SEGUNDA
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Lugo v Albacete
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TIP: -2.5
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#BUNDESLIGA II
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Ingolstadt v Greuther
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TIP: X
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#SERIE B
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Frosinone Calcio v Pescara Calcio
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TIP: 1
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#SCOTLAND
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Queens Park v Raith
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TIP: X
.#GREECE
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Asteras v Xanthi
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TIP: -2.5
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Panathinaikos v Panaitolikos
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TIP: 1
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Lamia v Atromitos
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TIP: X
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#LIGUE II
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Lorient v Lens
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TIP: 1
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#Premier League
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Leicester City Football Club v Swansea City Football Club
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TIP: 1
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#MEXICO
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Monterey v Leon
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TIP: 1 or DNB
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Querratao v Veracruz
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TIP: X

Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Ozil Signs New Arsenal Deal Which Keep Him Till 2021 to Become Club’s Highest-Paid (BBC)

Mesut Ozil has signed a new three-and-a-half-year contract to remain at Arsenal until the summer of 2021.

The midfielder becomes the highest-paid player in the club's history - earning about £350,000 a week before tax.

The deal, signed on Wednesday, follows months of speculation about the future of the 29-year-old Germany international, whose previous deal was due to expire at the end of the season.

He joined the Gunners from Real Madrid in 2013 for a then club record £42.4m.

SOURCE: All Football

Ozil Signs New Arsenal Deal Which Keep Him Till 2021 to Become Club’s Highest-Paid (BBC)

Mesut Ozil has signed a new three-and-a-half-year contract to remain at Arsenal until the summer of 2021.

The midfielder becomes the highest-paid player in the club's history - earning about £350,000 a week before tax.

The deal, signed on Wednesday, follows months of speculation about the future of the 29-year-old Germany international, whose previous deal was due to expire at the end of the season.

He joined the Gunners from Real Madrid in 2013 for a then club record £42.4m.

SOURCE: All Football

OFFICIAL: Arsenal Sign Emerick-Pierre Aubameyang From Borussia Dortmund for A Club-Record €64m Fee

OFFICIAL: Arsenal sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Dortmund for club record fee




Having come through the ranks at AC Milan, Aubameyang impressed at St. Etienne before making his name at Dortmund. Arriving in 2013, the striker initially played second fiddle to Robert Lewandowski, but became the main man when the Polish striker moved to Bayern Munich a year later.


Armed with astonishing pace - the rumour goes that he is faster over 30 metres than Usain Bolt - and canny movement, he has netted 141 goals in 212 appearances for Dortmund.


Aubameyang's pace is mesmerising, and he is an instinctive goalscorer, but he is heavily reliant on good service. For Dortmund, he has always been at his best when he has teamed up with the likes of Marco Reus, Ousmane Dembele or Henrikh Mkhitaryan.


His brilliant positioning and sharp movement mean that he is almost unstoppable when coupled with an intelligent winger or attacking midfielder. Left to his own devices, however, he has his limitations. He lacks the incision to create chances for himself, and often fluffs his lines in one-on-one situations.


Aubameyang has established himself as one of Europe's premier marksmen over the last few seasons and has been in incredible form in front of goal this term.


Arsenal official statement:


Welcome to Arsenal, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang!


The 28-year-old has joined us from Borussia Dortmund on a long-term contract for a club-record fee.


Our second signing of the January transfer window, Auba is one of the world’s most highly-rated strikers. He scored 98 goals in 144 Bundesliga games for Dortmund and had a hand in 172 goals in 213 matches in all competitions for his former club.


That works out at an average of 96 minutes per goal or assist.


Auba is the Gabon captain and all-time top goalscorer, and became the first Gabonese winner of the African Footballer of the Year award in 2015.


This deal is subject to the completion of regulatory processes and Auba’s squad number will be confirmed shortly.


We hope to be hearing from the man himself very soon - watch this space for exclusive Aubameyang content!


Welcome to Arsenal, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang!

Chelsea-Bound Giroud's Agent Arrives in London to Complete £18m Move

Olivier Giroud's agent has arrived in London to finalise the striker's move to Chelsea.




Arsenal have agreed to sell the France international for just under £18million and the player's representative is in town to ensure the deal goes through.


The Gunners have agreed to sell the France striker to their London rivals in a move that allows Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to move to the Emirates in a club record £55.5million deal — and sees Michy Batshuayi sign on loan for Borussia Dortmund.




Giroud came on for the final 15 minutes of Arsenal's surprise 3-1 defeat by Swansea on Tuesday night as the clubs ironed out the final details, with the fee expected to be £18m plus add-ons.


In the wake of his side's disappointing display in South Wales, Wenger paid tribute to his departing forward.


It's a tribute to Olivier (that he played) because he is a guy who gave great service to the club, he never let us down on the commitment front and saved us many times,' Wenger said.


'I have absolutely no doubt, when I ask him if he is ready to commit and he says yes. I have no problem with that and put him on because it was needed. Unfortunately he couldn't help us.


'I took him from Montpellier and made him a strong international player for France. We have come together through good and bad but always his behaviour was top, top class.'


Giroud's transfer had earlier reached an impasse as talks between Arsenal and Chelsea broke down over the fee. However, Wenger's willingness to help Giroud achieve his move is understood to have been a key factor.



SOURCE: All Football

Mesut Ozil to Extend Arsenal Contract Only With Imminent Auba Arrival (Bild)

Mesut Ozil will provide Arsenal with a huge boost and extend his contract in North London, according to reports in Germany.

The German international midfielder's deal with the Gunners is due to expire in the summer, and there has been little progress with talks in recent months.

It had been thought Ozil would follow Alexis Sanchez out the Emirates Stadium exit door - however he now seems set to stay.

German newspaper Bild report that Ozil will stay at Arsenal in order to link up with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who is set to join from Borussia Dortmund.

Aubameyang is in London to finalise a £55m switch from the Bundesliga club, and the ambition shown by Arsenal to bring in a world class striker has reportedly convinced Ozil to stay.

The 29-year-old playmaker has been linked with several clubs, including Manchester United, who signed Sanchez in a swap deal for Henrikh Mkhitaryan in January.

Signing Aubameyang therefore takes on even greater significance for Arsenal, who find themselves as one part of a transfer triangle.

The deal depends on them selling Olivier Giroud to Chelsea - an £18m fee has been agreed - and the Blues letting Michy Batshuayi go to Dortmund, replacing Aubameyang.

It is set to be a pivotal summer for Ozil in many respects, with both his club future to be decided as well as going to the 2018 World Cup with Germany, the reigning champions.

Bild also say it will be a big summer for Ozil personally, with his wedding to fiancee Amine Gulse reportedly to take place after the World Cup in Russia.

SOURCE: All Football

BREAKING: Pierre - Emerick Aubameyang is Having His Medical at Emirates Ahead of Reported £55m Move

BREAKING: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is having his medical at Arsenal ahead of reported £55m move

The Borussia Dortmund hitman has arrived at London yesterday but no announement has been made by both clubs.

Reports everywhere say that Aubameyang is highly expected to join Arsene Wenger's side in a club record deal worth of £55m.

Arsenal suffered from a 3-1 defeat last night at Swansea in a game which Henrikh Mkhitaryan made his debut for the Gunners.

With Aubameyang having a medical at Arsenal, Olivier Giroud would be set to join Chelsea and Michy Batshuayi is heading to Dortmund in a crazy 3-way swap transfers.

SOURCE: All Football

Tuesday, 30 January 2018

Aubameyang In Arsenal's Training Ground at London Colney - Sky Sports

Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has now arrived at Arsenal's training ground at London Colney after his flight from Germany, according to Sky Sports.

A private jet containing the Gabon international arrived at Luton Airport at 2pm on Tuesday afternoon, less than an hour after leaving Dortmund airport.

Arsenal have agreed a deal worth around £60m with Borussia Dortmund for the 28-year-old striker.

While Dortmund have agreed a fee, Sky sources understand they will not let Aubameyang go until they find a replacement.

Olivier Giroud, Michy Batshuayi and Anthony Modeste are among the names being considered by Dortmund, who are looking to secure a signing before the Bundesliga transfer window closes at 5pm on Wednesday.

Aubameyang did not testify as planned at Monday's trial hearing over the attack on the Dortmund team bus in April 2017 because of illness, and was booed by a section of Dortmund fans during last Saturday's 2-2 Bundesliga draw with Freiburg.

A banner in the crowd read: 'No player is bigger than our club'.

SOURCE: All Football

OFFICIAL: Manchester City Complete Club-Record deal Signing Athletic Defender Laporte

Manchester City have completed a club-record signing of defender Aymeric Laporte from La Liga side Athletic Bilbao. The 23-year-old has signed a deal until 2023 and will wear number 14 shirt.

According to multiple reports, the transfer fee will be around £57m (€65m), breaking Man City's previous transfer record - the £55m paid for Kevin de Bruyne in 2015.

The deal also makes Aymeric Laporte the second most expensive defender in the world.

Laporte has been a regular since his Spanish top-flight debut in 2012 but is yet to play for France's senior side.

He joined Bilbao aged 16 and has scored 10 goals in 222 appearances for the Basque club, as well as representing France 19 times at under-21 level.

His arrival will provide Guardiola with a valuable additional option in central defence.

Apart from the first-choice pair of John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi, the fitness of skipper Vincent Kompany has proved unreliable and Guardiola appears to lack confidence in the ability of Eliaquim Mangala.

Announcement Official

The 23-year-old joins the Club from Athletic Bilbao as Pep Guardiola’s sixth signing of the 2017/18 season and has signed a deal until 2023. 

Regarded as one of the most promising young defenders in Europe, Laporte will take the number 14 shirt and is eager to help the Blues in their hunt for silverware.

“I am very happy to be here,” Laporte declared. “City are a Club with a lot of ambition and they are one of the best teams in Europe.

“I am looking forward to working under Pep Guardiola and trying to help the Club to achieve success.

“It means a lot that the Club have shown faith in me and I am excited to get started.”

Laporte is a left-footed defender, recognised for his calmness, strength and passing ability. He began his senior career with Bilbao in 2012, after representing their B side and gaining first-team experience with CD Basconia.

At youth level, he began his journey with hometown Club SU Agen and French outfit Bayonne before making the switch to Spain.

Impressed by his skill and potential, Bilbao quickly secured his services and he went on to become a first-team regular. In total, he clocked up 222 appearances for the Club, scoring ten goals.

Also employed as a left-back, the Frenchman was named in La Liga’s 2013/14 Team of the Year. In the 2015/16 campaign, he helped Bilbao to Supercopa de Espana glory – their first piece of major silverware for 31 years.

On the international stage, he has represented France at youth level. 

Txiki Begiristain, City’s Director of Football, stated: “We are delighted to have signed Aymeric.

“We have assessed defensive options and he is a player we have admired for a long time.

“With his quality and ability to play out from the back, we feel Aymeric will fit in perfectly with Pep Guardiola’s playing style.”

SOURCE: All Football

Hakan Calhanoglu: Gattuso Improved Me

Hakan Calhanoglu believes “I’m returning to my level” since Gennaro Gattuso replaced Vincenzo Montella as Milan Coach.

The Turkish midfielder joined the Rossoneri from Bayer Leverkusen in the summer, but initially struggled to settle in Italy.

“I’m very happy to be back to fitness and form, it was hard for me to find my rhythm after the injury,” Calhanoglu admitted in a Press conference today.

“Now I’m happy though because I’ve found a Coach who gives me a lot of confidence, he talks to me a lot and helps me bring out my best.

“Initially I didn't have the strength to show my qualities, but now that Rino is here I’m returning to my level.

“Since Gattuso came I’ve found the right space and the right formation, I’m getting on really well with Jack [Bonaventura] and we have a good understand on the pitch.

“Every Coach has his idea of playing, of course, and while I respect Montella I’ve never played in a 3-5-2 and because I’ve never played in it, I found it difficult. It’s not my way of playing.

“In Germany I played in a 4-2-3-1 and everything was different went Montella was here. My role is where I play for Gattuso, I’m happy.

“As a Coach he’s giving us the same determination he had as a player. He wants 100 per cent and he wants the same rhythm in every match.

“We have to give our best in every match.

“When we’ve spoken he’s motivated me and shows interest in me. He was clear with me, he told me that the problem was in my head, not in my feet.

“He told me to be free and relaxed, and from that moment on I’ve played much better.

“Aside from the physical problems I’ve had, I haven’t found any particular difficulties in Italian football.

“There was a lot of expectation on me but I couldn’t do my best due to injuries and other problems factors, but now I’ve reached my objectives and I’ll be even better, and as a team we’ll move forward more and more.”

Calhanoglu did identify some differences between Serie A and the Bundesliga.

“In Italy the game is much more tactical and based on experience, it’s very difficult. If you go ahead you shut up shop in defence and try not to concede a goal.

“In Germany they play much more on the front foot.

“The best opponent? There are a lot of strong players, but in terms of teams Juventus and Napoli are ahead.”

SOURCE: All Football

Usain Bolt Set For Dortmund Trial



The 31-year-old hung up his sprinting boots last year, after claiming 11 world titles in his illustrious athletics career, and is now curious to test himself in a different sporting arena.


Bolt's physical talents are without question impressive, but his technical footballing abilities will be put to the test when he goes on trial at the BVB.

The Jamaican also trained with South African Premiership side Mamelodi Sundowns on Monday as he continues his football experiment.

"That is something that I want to do, as you said I have trials with Borussia Dortmund so that's something that is on the table," he said, according to FourFourTwo.

"After the trials, then I can determine if it makes sense to do it or it doesn't make sense. That's what the plan is."

Dortmund are currently enduring a difficult period in the Bundesliga. They have drawn three consecutive games and have consequently dropped down to sixth position in the standings.

Monday, 29 January 2018

WWE Raw Results 1/29/18

WWE Raw

Here are your quick and dirty, editorial-free WWE Raw results for January 29, 2018. The show featured an Intercontinental Championship rematch, Sasha Banks taking on Asuka, and Braun Strowman committing another attempted manslaughter. Make sure you’re here tomorrow for the complete Best and Worst of Raw column.

WWE Raw Results:

– The show opened with Asuka celebrating her Royal Rumble win, Sasha Banks interrupting, and Stephanie McMahon making Asuka vs. Sasha Banks for later in the night. Also, the first women’s Elimination Chamber match was announced for the upcoming pay-per-view.

1. Last Man Standing Qualifying Match For Elimination Chamber: Braun Strowman defeated Kane. WWE announced a series of matches for the night, with the winners moving on to compete in the Elimination Chamber for a shot at Brock Lesnar’s Universal Championship at WrestleMania. Strowman defeated Kane after crushing him with the entire announce table and stage. Kane was taken away on a stretcher to a Local Medical Facility.

2. Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match: Elias defeated Woken Matt Hardy. Bray Wyatt caused a distraction, allowing Elias to hit Drift Away and pin Hardy.

3. Intercontinental Championship Match: The Miz (c) defeated Roman Reigns. The Miztourage provided repeated distractions, so Reigns took them out with a Superman Punch (to Axel) and a spear (to Dallas). After the spear, Miz rolled up Reigns from behind and pinned him to retain the championship.

WWE Raw

4. The Revival defeated Heath Slater and Rhyno.Dash Wilder pinned Rhyno after a Shatter Machine.

5. Asuka defeated Sasha Banks. Asuka won an intense (and sometimes dangerous) back-and-forth match by submission with the Asuka Lock.

6. Raw Tag Team Championship Match: The Bar (c) defeated Titus O’Neil and Apollo Crews.Sheamus pinned Crews after a double-team White Noise to retain the championship.

7. Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match: John Cena defeated Finn Bálor. Cena pinned Bálor after an Attitude Adjustment off the second rope.

Axel Tuanzebe: I Want My Place Back In Manchester United And Fight For My Place

Axel Tuanzebe intends to use his Aston Villa loan as a springboard to launch a lengthy Manchester United career.

And he thinks one of his new teammates can help him achieve it.

The young centre-back made just eight appearance for the Reds before heading to Villa Park in search of first-team opportunities for the remainder of the season.

His short-term aim is to help Villa win promotion back to the Premier League.

But he wants to use his time in the Midlands to show United what he is capable of.

Manager Jose Mourinho has altready spoken in glowing terms of the Congo-born, Rochdale-raised 20-year-old, one of the most highly thought-of academy graduates of recent years.

And Tuanzebe, in an interview with the Express and Star, said: “After getting the promotion and my medal, I want to go back to United and be a real contender for my place.

“I believe it is my home. I want to be playing there for ten to 15 years. That is my motivation.

“This is my chance to demonstrate what I can do on the pitch.

“If I can break into the team [at Villa], I can show I am a man, who can play men’s football and do well.

“I want to show the qualities I know I have got, to prove I can do it.

“From the back of last season when I played a few Premier League games, I feel like I am ready for the next stage.

“It is not like I am a young boy anymore, looking to please. I am here to fight, here to play and help the team win promotion.”

Tuanzebe believes the presence of former Chelsea veteran John Terry at Villa Park can aid his progress.

“That’s definitely intriguing, having such a legend in the team,” he said.

“If you watch him carefully, he’s never been the quickest. But for some reason he is always in the right position.

“It shouldn’t add up but he is smart, has studied the game, where to be at the right time. Having someone like that to learn off, adding those qualities into my game. It can elevate me.

“I want to show I am developing. Showing I can be a leader when needed, whatever is required. I want to show that I can play.”

Tuanzebe’s accent may be pure Rochdale, but he is inspired by his Congolese roots.

“My mum and dad wanted to give us a better opportunity in life,” he said. “The chance to become someone, to do something with ourselves.

“I want to give something back to the people I love. We still have family living in the Congo who I would like to help out one day.”

And he explained his distinctive first name, adding: “My parents were going to call me Alex but my uncle liked Axel so they went with that. It’s uncommon. I like it.”

SOURCE: All Football

Kenedy Says Newcastle Loan Move is 'Dream Come True'

New loan signing Kenedy says the chance to play for Newcastle is a "dream come true".

The 21-year-old midfielder arrived on Tyneside on January 23 as Newcastle's first signing of the January transfer window.

He said: "When I was a child, I used to play with my friends in the streets and I always dreamt [of] being in a club like this one. And now the dream has come true.

"It's a really important time in my career and I hope I can do my best. I'm here to learn and show my potential is not just potential, but that I can do things in the future."

Kenedy got his big chance when Chelsea paid Fluminese £6.3m for him in July 2015, although his opportunities at Stamford Bridge have been limited to date.

He was given a formal warning by the FA for his comments on social media which also saw him sent home from Chelsea's pre-season tour of China.

A colourful character, he boasts a series of tattoos, one of which reads, "Forgive me, mum, for my crazy life".

He grew up idolising Adriano, Romario and Ronaldo, and admits some of his knowledge of his current club comes courtesy of the film trilogy Goal, in which a young player from Los Angeles gets his big break at Newcastle.

Kenedy learned his football playing on the streets on his native Brazil, but revealed he had to make sacrifices early on.

"I left home at the age of eight or nine. My uncle was my manager, and he gave me the chance to play for Fluminense. Then, I moved to Europe when I was 19.

"I moved from Santa Rita do Sapucai, a city in the countryside in Minas Gerais, to Rio de Janeiro. It's about 300 miles, more or less the same as from Newcastle to London."

Asked if he was scared by the prospect of moving so far from home at that age, he replied: "No, it was fine, it was okay for me."

SOURCE: All Football

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