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Werner suggests he might be 'a good fit' for 'best coach in the world' Klopp's Liverpool system

Posted Tuesday, February 25, 2020 by Goal.com17 hits

The German striker has praised the Reds boss as the greatest in the game at present amid suggestions he could move to Anfield RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner has hailed Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp as 'the best coach in the world' and suggested that he might fit well in his compatriot's system. The German forward has often been linked with a move to Merseyside, and the 23-year-old has done ...Full Story »

Again? RB Leipzig striker Werner talks up Liverpool move: Klopp's world best

Posted Sunday, February 23, 2020 by Tribalfootball.com24 hits

RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner continues to tout himself to Liverpool and their manager Jurgen Klopp. Werner spoke out after Red Bull Leipzig's Champions League victory over Spurs during the week but had more to say following Saturday's win at Schalke. "Jurgen Klopp is the best coach in the world," he told Sky Deutschland. "There is a lot to suggest that my style of play would suit there (L...Full Story »

Barcelona vs Eibar - Setien urges players to treat Eibar clash like a cup final

Posted Saturday, February 22, 2020 by PA21 hits

Quique Setien admits Barcelona are treating Saturday’s visit of struggling Eibar like a cup final as they prepare to embark on a tough run of fixtures which are likely to make or break their season.While Barca will be expected to see off 16th-placed Eibar without many problems, Setien has warned his players not to take the Basque minnows lightly at the Nou Camp.That is partly so Barca do n...Full Story »

McInnes praises Aberdeen character after Scottish Cup classic

Posted Thursday, February 20, 2020 by PA10 hits

Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hailed the character of his players after they edged out Kilmarnock in a seven-goal William Hill Scottish Cup thriller.The Dons progressed to the last eight of the competition to set up a quarter-final meeting with St Mirren after an incredible night of drama at Rugby Park.Kilmarnock were on course for their first home win over Aberdeen since December 2011 followin...Full Story »

Aberdeen reach Scottish Cup quarter-finals after seven-goal thriller at Killie

Posted Thursday, February 20, 2020 by PA9 hits

Aberdeen secured their passage into the quarter-finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup as they edged out Kilmarnock in a dramatic seven-goal thriller.On a night of high drama, Kilmarnock were on course to secure their first win over Aberdeen at Rugby Park since December 2011 following Mohamed El Makrini’s spectacular first-half overhead kick only for that to be cancelled out by Andrew Con...Full Story »

Jim Goodwin relieved as St Mirren edge into Scottish Cup quarter-finals on penalties

Posted Wednesday, February 19, 2020 by PA17 hits

St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin felt relief and embarrassment after his side squandered a three-goal lead and still reached the William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-finals.Saints led 4-1 at half-time at Fir Park but Motherwell fought back for a 4-4 draw before Jermaine Hylton’s penalty miss handed the visitors a 3-2 shoot-out win.Goodwin, whose side host Kilmarnock or Aberdeen in the last eight, s...Full Story »

St Mirren through to Scottish Cup quarter-finals after dramatic clash

Posted Wednesday, February 19, 2020 by PA12 hits

St Mirren squandered a three-goal lead but still progressed to the William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-finals after a dramatic night at Fir ParkMotherwell produced a storming second-half comeback to level the fifth-round replay at 4-4 before extra-time produced no winner.The match went to penalties and St Mirren emerged victorious 3-2 to set up a quarter-final at home to Kilmarnock or Aberdeen.A M...Full Story »

Inverness seal spot in Challenge Cup final

Posted Monday, February 17, 2020 by PA10 hits

Inverness Caledonian Thistle came from behind to beat Rangers Under-21s 2-1 and reach the Challenge Cup final despite playing the majority of the second half with 10 men.Adepado Mebude gave the visitors the lead after just six minutes when he gathered a poor clearance from Lewis Toshney and fired a low shot beyond Mark Ridgers.An eventful afternoon for James Keatings began midway through the hal...Full Story »

Marc McNulty hits a hat-trick for Hibs to end BSC Glasgow’s Scottish Cup run

Posted Sunday, February 09, 2020 by PA19 hits

Marc McNulty helped himself to a hat-trick as Hibernian secured a 4-1 triumph over stubborn Lowland League outfit BSC Glasgow to reach the quarter-finals of the William Hill Scottish Cup.McNulty produced a finishing masterclass with three superbly taken strikes, while Greg Docherty – who also produced two assists in an excellent showing – opened his account for Hibs in the dying embe...Full Story »

Clare penalty steers Hearts into Scottish Cup quarter-finals

Posted Sunday, February 09, 2020 by PA21 hits

Sean Clare’s second-half penalty earned Hearts passage to the Scottish Cup quarter-finals after a hard-fought 1-0 win over League One Falkirk.Clare punished the home side after Michael Doyle was adjudged to have pushed over Liam Boyce five minutes into the second half.In dreadful conditions at the Falkirk Stadium, the Bairns hit the woodwork three times as they sought an equaliser but the ...Full Story »

Jim Goodwin felt his St Mirren side were denied two penalties in cup draw

Posted Sunday, February 09, 2020 by PA8 hits

St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin felt his team were denied two major penalty claims in their 1-1 William Hill Scottish Cup draw with Motherwell.Saints claimed for handballs against Liam Donnelly and Peter Hartley in quick succession after Ilkay Durmus had a shot saved as they trailed to Mark O’Hara’s 21st-minute opener.Durmus also hit a post in the first half but Motherwell looked comfo...Full Story »

Welsh on target as Inverness upset Livington in Scottish Cup

Posted Sunday, February 09, 2020 by PA13 hits

Inverness produced another cup upset on the anniversary of the day they beat Celtic by knocking Livingston out of the Scottish Cup with a 1-0 victory.Sean Welsh’s free-kick on the hour went into the far corner of the goal and that ended up being the difference between the two sides.In difficult conditions as Storm Ciara’s winds battered the Caledonian Stadium quality play was rare.Th...Full Story »

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho makes honest Southampton admission after late FA Cup win

Posted Thursday, February 06, 2020 by hits

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho makes honest Southampton admission after late FA Cup win (Image: GETTY) Jose Mourinho was pleased to see his Tottenham side advance through to the fifth round, but admitted "the best team lost". Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho admitted "the best team lost" in Spurs' 3-2 win over Southampton in their FA Cup fourth round replay, but insists that his team stil...Full Story »

Spurs leave it late to see off Southampton and reach FA Cup fifth round

Posted Thursday, February 06, 2020 by PA28 hits

Tottenham needed a late rescue act to book their spot in the FA Cup fifth round as they beat Southampton 3-2 in the fourth-round replay.Jose Mourinho’s men looked to be heading out of the competition with less than 20 minutes remaining as Saints goals from Shane Long and Danny Ings overturned an early Jack Stephens own goal.Spurs rallied when they needed to, though, with Lucas Moura and So...Full Story »

Rooney set for Manchester United reunion as Derby County qualify for the FA Cup fifth round

Posted Wednesday, February 05, 2020 by Goal.com68 hits

The Rams win means their skipper is set to face his former club in the next round of the cup Wayne Rooney is poised to face his former club Manchester United after helping Derby County to a 4-2 victory over Northampton Town in their FA Cup fourth-round replay. The winners of Tuesday's match at Pride Park secured a home tie against United in the fifth round, with the matches to take place in ...Full Story »

Liverpool whizkid Neco Williams: We're aiming to win FA Cup

Posted Wednesday, February 05, 2020 by Tribalfootball.com32 hits

Neco Williams says Liverpool are aiming to win the FA Cup after they defeated Shrewsbury Town in the fourth-round replay on Tuesday. The Reds, who fielded their youngest team ever, booked a meeting with Chelsea in the fifth-round thanks to an own goal from Ro-Shaun Williams. "It was just unbelievable. It was a night that we will remember for a long time, especially the debutants. The whole t...Full Story »

Steve Bruce: FA Cup win at Oxford sums up life at Newcastle

Posted Wednesday, February 05, 2020 by PA18 hits

Steve Bruce endured a rollercoaster of an evening he claimed sums up life at Newcastle as they secured extra-time victory over Oxford in their FA Cup fourth-round replay.On course to coast into round five for the first time since 2006 courtesy of Sean Longstaff and Joelinton goals, the Magpies then conspired to seemingly throw away a clash at West Brom.Liam Kelly’s fine free-kick reduced t...Full Story »

Rooney’s FA Cup meeting with Manchester United will be special – Derby boss Cocu

Posted Wednesday, February 05, 2020 by PA20 hits

Derby boss Phillip Cocu insisted Wayne Rooney’s FA Cup meeting with Manchester United will be special.The former England captain scored a late penalty to seal a 4-2 FA Cup fourth-round replay victory over Northampton.Tuesday night’s win set up a fifth-round showdown with Rooney’s old club at Pride Park next month.Andre Wisdom, Duane Holmes and Jack Marriott also netted for the ...Full Story »

Goalkeeper Lee Camp leads Birmingham into FA Cup fifth round after shootout victory

Posted Wednesday, February 05, 2020 by PA19 hits

Goalkeeper Lee Camp was Birmingham’s hero as the Sky Bet Championship side clinched a place in the Emirates FA Cup fifth round on penalties against Coventry.Camp saved penalties from substitutes Liam Walsh and Jamie Allen as Birmingham won 4-1 in a shootout after twice coming from behind in a 2-2 draw after extra-time.Captain Harlee Dean’s spot kick sealed victory, while substitutes ...Full Story »

Ro-Shaun Williams’ own goal sees Liverpool youngsters edge Shrewsbury cup replay

Posted Wednesday, February 05, 2020 by PA23 hits

The youngest team in Liverpool’s history justified the faith Jurgen Klopp placed in them when he absented himself and his first team from their FA Cup fourth-round replay by beating Shrewsbury 1-0 at Anfield.Former Manchester United academy player Ro-Shaun Williams’ 75th-minute own goal proved to be the difference, moments after the League One visitors saw David Edwards’ header...Full Story »

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