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MessagePosté le: Sam 10 Mar - 05:22 (2018)    Sujet du message: Neil Lennon draws line under Craig Levein's 'natural order' Répondre en citant

 

 
sbo222 Hibernian head coach Neil Lennon claimed Craig Levein's comments had come back to haunt him after his side's 2-0 victory over Hearts at Easter Road.


Levein claimed Hearts had restored "natural order" when they beat Hibs for the first time in 10 games in the Scottish Cup in January, but Lennon branded their Edinburgh rivals "irrelevant" after his side moved 12 points above them in fourth place in the Ladbrokes Premiership.


Hibs dominated possession without getting in behind Hearts until Scott Allan drilled a brilliant left-footed strike into the bottom corner just before the hour mark. Jamie Maclaren wriggled his way past two players before slotting home with 10 minutes left.


Lennon branded his team "outstanding" and said: "[Hearts] are irrelevant to us now. We are looking up the table rather than what's behind us. sbo222


"Look, I don't want to give soundbites and get into another verbal spat. You make these statements and they will always come back to haunt you at some stage. It's come back to haunt them after four or five weeks."


Lennon added: "We could have won the game by more. We have handled the psychology of a big game, again, very, very well and we have got the bragging rights back, for how long, who knows?


"But the gap is huge now between us and them, and the gap on the pitch is huge as well."


Levein did not answer directly when asked if he regretted his post-match comments from January.


"Listen, Hibs played exactly how I expected them to play," he said. "We just didn't do well enough in possession of the ball. Better than we have been doing recently, in the last third of the pitch when we had opportunities to play a composed pass, we ended up rushing things.


"At the other end we defended really well, John (Souttar) and Christophe (Berra) were excellent. We played man for man at times and they dealt with the threat, until those two throw-in situations, which is something that is really annoying." sbo222
 


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Aston Villa complete first transfer of the summer as Grealish and Chester attract interest
 

 
sbo168 Gollini gone
Pierluigi Gollini has officially left Aston Villa as Serie A side Atalanta opted to activate their option to buy the goalkeeper. The 23-year-old goalkeeper has spent the last 18 months on loan at Atalanta and made seven appearances across all competitions last season. Despite rarely being selected ahead of No.1 Etrit Berisha, Gollini has demonstrated enough ability to convince Atalanta to part with £3.8million to make the move permanent. Gollini only joined Villa two years ago from Hellas Verona, but he’s delighted to have secured a move back to his homeland.

“I tried to prove myself every time I was called upon and now I am very happy, as making this move permanent was my objective,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “It was a personal victory, I hope to find more playing time next season. I love my country and am very happy to be back in Italy.” The cash from Gollini’s transfer to Atalanta will come in handy for Villa as Dr Tony Xia desperately tries to raise funds. The Chinese businessman is experiencing major cash-flow problems and needs to offload players this summer.

Spurs want Jack
Tottenham Hotspur have joined the race for Aston Villa's crown jewel Jack Grealish. Some news outlets are even suggesting that Spurs are leading the race for Grealish with Villa's current financial crisis ensuring interest in the highly-rated playmaker ramps up. Leicester City, Newcastle United and Everton are known admirers while Manchester United and Arsenal have also been touted as possible destinations for Super Jack. Despite supporters' calls to resist selling the Holte Ender, Villa's hierarchy are resigned to losing him and are now out to secure the biggest transfer fee possible despite their weak negotiating position.

sbo168 Spurs, of course, are coached by Argentine Mauricio Pochettino - a manager with a proven track record for nurturing young English talent and helping them realise their England ambitions. Grealish has made no secret of his desire to play for England, having pledged his allegiances to the country of his birth a few years ago. But why have Spurs joined the race? And, more importantly, how much will they cough up? Football.London's Alasdair Gold provides some background on interest in north London.

This must stop now
29th November 2017, Ed Balls – ballroom legend and chairman on Norwich City, told that club’s AGM “the consequence of relegation from the Premier League and the ending of the parachute payments means we face big financial challenges if we don’t get promoted this season.” He went on to say, “We’ve reduced our salary bill a lot. We’re trying to be lean, efficient and as good as we can.” In January this year, Norwich sold their best player for a healthy price, writes Alex Berwick.

sbo168 Meanwhile over at Villa Park, Aston Villa – who had been relegated alongside Norwich 18 months previously, increased their wage bill yet again. I highlighted what Balls’ had said at Norwich at the time. There seemed to be a lot of ‘what if’ thinking at other clubs, and slightly less of that at ours.



 


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