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“They have 48 hours and what they say we’ll do so we’ll go back by coach. Beers? There will be more than one.”
Huddersfield Town manager David Wagner speaks after securing the club’s Premier League status after a 1-1 draw at Chelsea

“We’ve had an almighty challenge this season and it got to the point where it seemed like the whole country was wanting us to fall over at the final hurdle, but the boys dug deep.”
Melbourne Victory coach Kevin Muscat speaks after the club lifted the A-League title

Arsenal share one of Arsene Wenger’s memorable quotes on the eve of his final match in charge after managing the club for 22 years

“I believe Highbury had a special spirit. It’s a cathedral, a church. You could smell the soul of every guy that played there. So it was special. It will always be special for me. The Emirates for me was like buying a new house. It took us a while to feel at home there. It’s a fantastic stadium – but there was something special at Highbury that you could never recreate when you build something new.”
Arsene Wenger speaks about the transition he oversaw from Highbury to the Emirates Stadium for Arsenal, speaking during his final press briefing as Arsenal manager

“If I had the chance to change all the ten players on the field, I would have done it at half-time.”
New York City FC head coach **Patrick Vieira **speaks after his side’s 4-0 defeat by cross-town rivals New York Red Bulls

“Juventus always do something special, it’s not the first time. This group wrote their names in the history books of Italian football. We have a winning mentality, there is a great unity and we can continue.”
Juventus defender Mehdi Benatia speaks with Football-Italia after scoring a brace in Juve’s 4-0 win over AC Milan in the Coppa Italia final

“I am so sad to hear this. Footballers hate missing games but I know first-hand that missing World Cup games is the worst feeling.”
Pele writes on his official Twitter account about the news that Dani Alves will miss out on the World Cup due to injury

“We kept the ball really well. They tried to play on the counter, but we were quite dominant. We were pretty relaxed and I got around the park all right for a 35-year-old, didn’t I?”
Chelsea midfielder Katie Chapman speaks after winning the tenth FA Cup title of her career

“Good player are always compatible. I remember one year they said I wasn’t compatible to play with Djorkaeff. We won the World Cup together. So good players can always play together. On the pitch there is a chemistry. I don’t know if we are negotiating for Neymar. What’s worrying us is what is going on at the moment. I haven’t asked Neymar personally because I don’t get involved in these things. We have to finish this season, the rest will come after.”
Real Madrid head coach Zinedine Zidane addresses rumours that Neymar will join his club and whether the Brazilian and Cristiano Ronaldo could work well together

“I was lucky for the last 12 months to work with Guardiola and often you think of someone being a genius of football; but if someone is close, he is the one. I am not saying he’s the best, as other managers have had success with different methods, but he certainly shows you a different way of feeling and seeing football. It was a major shock.”
Istanbul Basaksehir defender Gael Clichy talks about his time playing for Pep Guardiola at Manchester City in an exclusive interview with The Guardian

Southampton post a creative message on Twitter after defeating Swansea City 1-0 to all-but secure their Premier League status for another season

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The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ is drawing ever nearer – 33 days to go! Between now and the start of the World Cup, we will take a closer look at a different statistic from the history of the tournament each day.

33 – Switzerland have featured at ten FIFA World Cups™ so far (1934, 1938, 1950, 1954, 1962, 1966, 1994, 2006, 2010 and 2014), contesting 33 matches in the process. Die Eidgenossen have reached three World Cup quarter-finals, most recently on home turf in 1954. The last time the Swiss failed to reach the finals was Korea/Japan 2002.

One match Switzerland would prefer to forget is their Round of 16 encounter with Ukraine at the 2006 World Cup in Germany. On that fateful day, La Nati became the first and, to date, only team to fail to convert a single spot-kick in a World Cup penalty shootout. They were also the first team to exit the tournament without conceding a single goal, having previously kept clean sheets against France, Korea Republic and Togo.

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33 days to go: Swiss successes – FIFA on GBP Sports

The 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ is drawing ever nearer – 33 days to go! Between now and the start of the World Cup, we will take a closer look at a different statistic from the history of the tournament each day.

33 – Switzerland have featured at ten FIFA World Cups™ so far (1934, 1938, 1950, 1954, 1962, 1966, 1994, 2006, 2010 and 2014), contesting 33 matches in the process. Die Eidgenossen have reached three World Cup quarter-finals, most recently on home turf in 1954. The last time the Swiss failed to reach the finals was Korea/Japan 2002.

One match Switzerland would prefer to forget is their Round of 16 encounter with Ukraine at the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ in Germany. On that fateful day, La Nati became the first and, to date, only team to fail to convert a single spot-kick in a World Cup penalty shootout. They were also the first team to exit the tournament without conceding a single goal, having previously kept clean sheets against France, Korea Republic and Togo.

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ettie™ revealed as Official Mascot for FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ – FIFA on GBP Sports

The Official Mascot for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ was revealed today as a young French poussin named ettie™.

ettie is a young chicken with a passion for life and football. She comes from a long line of feathered mascots and is the daughter of Footix, the Official Mascot from the 1998 FIFA World Cup France™. Her strong family connection to the Gallic rooster, who is still a popular national French symbol, makes her a fitting choice as the Official Mascot for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019.

ettie’s name comes from the French word for star, étoile, as she came from the bright star that her father Footix was awarded for the 1998 FIFA World Cup. Footix cast his star far into the night sky so it could shine brightly, and after a few years of travelling through the cosmos it came back to him in the form of his twinkling daughter, ettie.

Footix knew immediately that ettie was very special, not only because of her sparkling personality that would radiate happiness and joy to everyone she met, but because they shared a real passion for football. After many years of playing football together, Footix realised that ettie was a dazzlingly talented and fearless player and was the absolute encapsulation of the slogan of the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 – DARE TO SHINE™.

ettie is gregarious and social. She can sometimes be cheeky but is cute and will bring a sense of fun and warmth to the competition as the friendly face of the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019. She wears a chic marinière-inspired football jersey, her modern twist on a French classic that echoes the national flag.

Her enthusiasm for women’s football is contagious and she hopes to radiate her sense of fair play and passion for the game around the world and to inspire national pride in France as the host country for the competition.

Speaking about the launch of the Official Mascot for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019, FIFA’s Chief Commercial Officer Philippe Le Floc’h said: “ettie will be the star of the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019. Her personality shines as brightly as her passion for women’s football and we are happy that she is the young voice of the tournament. She represents hope, passion for football and of course fun. ettie always Dares to Shine and we believe that she will bring joy and laughter to fans with her playful and charming behaviour and her sparkling personality, as well as inspiring a new generation of young girls and women to get involved in football.”

The FIFA Women’s World Cup will set the stage for the world’s best players to compete in world-class venues across France in Grenoble, Le Havre, Lyon, Montpellier, Nice, Paris, Reims, Rennes and Valenciennes. The competition will take place from 7 June to 7 July 2019.

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Brazil right-back Dani Alves has been ruled out of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ after he suffered a knee injury while playing for his club Paris Saint-Germain.

Alves sustained the injury in the 80th minute during PSG’s Coupe de France victory over Les Herbiers.

The Brazilian football federation (Confederacao Brasileira de Futebol) announced the news on their official website with the following statement: “Last Thursday [10 May], Brazilian national team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar and coordinator Edu Gaspar arrived in Paris for an in-depth follow-up of the medical situation which occurred in the Coupe de France final with Paris Saint-Germain right-back, Daniel Alves.

“As it has been since the beginning of the work, the technical committee has created an important relationship with the teams from Brazil and abroad, which allows for technical, physical and clinical follow-ups […] as well as participation in decision-making.

“Following this line of work together, the patient underwent a detailed examination and confirmed the initial diagnosis of an anterior cruciate ligament injury, which required surgical treatment.

“Having exhausted all the alternatives of recovery within the term, the call up of Daniel Alves was found impossible for the period of preparation, friendlies and, consequently, for the World Cup.

“The technical team of the Brazilian national team feels for the event and wishes Daniel Alves a prompt recovery so that his technique, commitment and leadership are back at the service of the national team as soon as possible.”

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