Sky Sports pundit shares his 'biggest worry' for Tottenham; raves about Spurs key figure - originally posted on Sportslens.com Popular Sky Sports pundit Paul Merson has showered praise on Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino saying the Argentine is doing a phenomenal work. Pochettino indeed has sculpted the Spurs squad to his own taste and has made them a formidable opponent in the Premier League. Merson says that the former Southampton manager works on a moderate budget, and although he hasn’t won any trophies yet, he is building a strong foundation at the north London club. Pochettino’s incredible work at Spurs hasn’t gone unnoticed and he is being frequently linked with a managerial role at Real Madrid. Merson says that his biggest worry is that if Real Madrid fail to w...
Key man ready to continue at Chelsea if the club hierarchy can make this happen - originally posted on Sportslens.com Antonio Conte has been linked with a move away from Chelsea in the summer. Apparently, the Italian has had disagreements with the Chelsea hierarchy and therefore the two parties could part ways at the end of this season. Speaking to the Telegraph, Conte has now revealed that he is open to staying at the club but the board will have to sort out their differences with him. He said: “In 14 years, Chelsea have changed coach 10 times, so they do have a tendency to chop and change here. The media also plays on this habit the moment there are negative results. They were already writing headlines about my dismissal after the opening game against Burnley. It’s no proble...
Marcos Alonso believes Chelsea will give it their all in the second leg against Barcelona Chelsea surrendered an away goal going into the reverse fixture at the Nou Camp READ MORE: Chelsea player ratings from 1-1 draw with Barcelona Marcos Alonso and Chelsea won’t give up without a fight despite the deflation of the 1-1 […]
Over the past 20 years, dozens of housing authorities across the country have been allowed to skirt federal regulations and were given extra discretion in how they spend millions in federal funds through an experimental low-income housing program. Under the watchful eye of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), 39 housing authorities created policies that limited the time low-income tenants could live in a public housing complex, established work requirements, or set higher rents through a program called Moving to Work Demonstration (MTW). However, HUD hasn’t been properly monitoring the policies and regulations, and those 39 agencies have failed to distribute over $800 million in federal housing vouchers to their tenants and served fewer families than required, according
Liverpool are reportedly to offer key attacking duo Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah new contracts. The Reds haven’t always nailed […]
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Roundup: Spurs hoping to trigger attacker's clause; Club confident of keeping key star - originally posted on Sportslens.com Tottenham are looking to keep their Argentine winger Erik Lamela at the club for another season. The 25-year old’s deal expires in the summer of 2019 and Spurs have the option to trigger a one-year extension. Lamela has struggled to hold down a regular starting berth since his arrival in 2013. The former Roma star’s time at the club has been plagued with injuries. However, the South American was quite impressive against Juventus in the last game and Pochettino is keen on keeping him at the club for now. The extension makes a lot of sense even if the Londoners decide to move him on in the summer. Lamela will fetch a better price after the extension. Mean...
Tottenham Hotspur are set to reward manager Mauricio Pochettino for his sterling work with a lucrative new contract, according to the Telegraph. The club are hopeful that the 45-year-old will reject offers from Europe’s elite to lead them out into their new stadium which is scheduled to open this summer. Spurs are also set to offer key duo Harry Kane and Dele Alli new deals, with the latter already in talks over signing a new contract before this summer’s World Cup. Key figures rewarded Pochettino, Kane and Alli are all set to commit their futures to Tottenham as the club prepare to enter the next chapter of their history by moving to their new 62,000-seater stadium on Tottenham High Road. The club are confident that Pochettino will remain in N17 to oversee the project which he
It's no surprise that Trump doesn't want to release a photograph of him making it more likely, not less, for more tragedies like Parkland to happen in the future. The post The White House Is Hiding Photos Of Trump Signing Bill To Reverse Key Obama-Era Gun Regulation appeared first on Politicus USA.
Manchester City and Chelsea eyeing move for £22.2 million striker, could Celtic hold the key? - originally posted on Sportslens.com Manchester City and Chelsea have been linked with a move for Sporting Lisbon striker Rafael Leao. The Portugal U21 international recently broke into Sporting’s first team, making his debut during Sunday’s 2-0 win over Feirense. The 18-year-old came off the bench to replace Bryan Ruiz after 69 minutes to complete his rapid rise through Sporting’s ranks. Leao has been at Sporting since the age of nine and is highly thought of by the club. He has scored five goals in six games in the UEFA Youth League, plus six goals in 11 games for Sporting’s second string in the Segunda Liga. Leao is believed to be a big Celtic fan and has expressed an