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The Best Sports Vines July 2018 (Part 3)

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“Eden Hazard Is WASTED At Chelsea” | #HotTakes – Football Daily

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“Boys, I don’t want to talk too much. We all know where we are. We all know what we want. We know how far we’ve come. We know it in our hearts, in our eyes. I can see it boys. We are concentrated. We cannot forget. Maybe I am repeating myself. We are 90 minutes away from possibly making history. 90 minutes. One match. One match. I don’t know how many matches we have played in our careers, but this is one match that changes all of history. There is one trophy. For them (Croatia), it’s the same. They want it. We know we lost a final (UEFA EURO 2016). We know it. We feel it here (points to heart). It’s still in our heads. Today we are not going to let another team take what is ours. Tonight, I want us to be in the memory of all the French people who are watching us—their kids, their grandkids and even their great grandkids. I want us to go on the pitch as warriors, as leaders.”
France midfielder Paul Pogba gives a pre-match speech in the Luzhniki Stadium dressing room ahead of France’s 4-2 victory over Croatia in the FIFA World Cup™ Final in Moscow in footage recorded by TF1

“I had to turn off my mobile because it was impossible to attend to everyone. It was weird. The whole world was calling me. I have no words about how the Puskas Award changed my life.”
Wendell Lira speaks with The Guardian about how winning the FIFA Puskas Award in 2015 changed his life

“Ours is not a sport but a game. Anybody who plays a game started doing it as a child for fun and the child in us must be nurtured because this often makes us the best. To create play that is fun is the first thing to obtain a style for a high-level squad.”
Maurizio Sarri talks about his philosophy on the game in his first press conference as Chelsea manager

“I want to leave my mark on the history of Juventus. This is one of the best teams in the world and I’ve had my mind set on coming here for a little while.”
Cristiano Ronaldo speaks in his first press conference as a Juventus player after agreeing a four-year deal with the Serie A champions

“I’m delighted to be part of this ground-breaking and inspirational campaign. To be the first women’s team to be given this opportunity is a real reflection of Everton’s one club philosophy and their commitment to the growing profile of the women’s game.”
Everton Ladies captain Danielle Turner speaks with The Guardian after the English club became the first to use their ladies team to front a kit launch

“Every single cap has been an honour. I am incredibly proud to have had the opportunity to represent my country.”
Tim Cahill speaks in a press conference following his announcement that he has retired from international duty with Australia

“I didn’t want to say it myself, so as not to appear immodest but since you’ve mentioned it… In my opinion, it was the best match of the tournament, both in terms of the tension and the football.”
Russia head coach Stanislav Cherchesov speaks with FIFA.com about the achievements of the host nation at Russia 2018

“The team can evolve. A player must be given weapons. The team has been a standard bearer, with everyone studying what we do… We’ll continue to play a possession game but with subtle variations to improve things.”
Luis Enrique speaks at his first press conference since taking over as Spain’s head coach

“We were so close to winning the World Cup itself. And we will certainly think about it for a long time. But we can be proud. When you see this support of the fans after the match, it definitely makes you happier. We know we did something big here. But when you come so close, it is not easy to take.”
Croatia midfielder and adidas Golden Ball winner Luka Modric speaks after his side’s 4-2 defeat by France in the World Cup Final

“This kind of offer you do not refuse. It will be my honour to come to Croatia. After the match, I feel connected with your country and I was supporting you in the World Cup final.”
AFP photographer Yuri Cortez accepts an invitation by the Croatia National Tourist Board (HTZ) to visit the country after he captured Croatia’s goal celebrations in their semi-final win over England at Russia 2018 while being crushed by Mario Mandzukic and his team-mates

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With seven final appearances and five titles in less than three years, there is no denying that it has been an impressive few seasons for C.D. Guadalajara. That said, the first half of 2018 ended on a rather sour note for this giant of Mexican football.

After winning the CONCACAF Champions League in April to secure their place at the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2018, Chivas then finished second-bottom in the domestic league with a paltry 15 points from a possible 51.

The recent summer break ushered in a few important changes at the club as they look to fine tune performances ahead of their league, Copa MX and Club World Cup challenges over the next six months.

FIFA.com takes a closer look at Chivas’ present situation.

Cardozo takes the reins
After overseeing the success of recent seasons, Argentinian coach Matias Almeyda parted company with the club on 14 June. The man tasked with emulating him is Paraguayan Jose Saturnino Cardozo, himself no stranger to Mexican football.

His principle objective is to improve the team’s finishing – undoubtedly their Achilles’ heel of late. Despite carving out plenty of scoring chances, the players have been struggling to convert them, as evidenced in their last four games, when they failed to find the target even once.

As fortune would have it, Cardozo knows a thing or two about scoring, having set the record for most goals (29) in a short-format league campaign in Mexico. Unsurprisingly, there has been considerable emphasis on passing on his skills and knowledge of the striker’s art to his front men during pre-season.

Transfer market activity
Also key next season will be how well the club’s new signings perform. With Guadalajara having let go of top players like keeper Rodolfo Cota, centre-back Oswaldo Alanis and striker Rodolfo Pizarro, the bar is high for those coming in. These include:

  • Raul Gudino, a silver medallist at the FIFA U-17 World Cup UAE 2013. Gudino will have to show that, despite being just 22, his stints playing in Portugal and Cyprus have given him the requisite goalkeeping maturity.
  • Josecarlos Van Rankin, one of the most consistent right-backs of recent seasons with Pumas. This will be his first spell away from the club where he was nurtured, so it remains to be seen if he can make a swift transition.
  • Angel Sepulveda, who is expected to be the main strike partner of Alan Pulido, the man who currently leads the line for the Rebaño Sagrado. Sepulveda, who has already been selected for Mexico, is a versatile forward with a lot of movement outside the area, in contrast to Pulido, who is more of a close-in predator.

Youthful bounty
However, it is not all about new signings at Guadalajara. Known to have one of the best youth academies in Mexico, Cardozo could well turn to some of the numerous youngsters who would give anything for a chance of first-team football.

Any young players coming in will find themselves among experienced defenders like Jair Pereira and Carlos Salcido, two genuine dressing-room leaders. Jose Macias and Gael Sandoval, to name just two of the young crop, are a pair of attacked-minded players sure to make the most of any minutes given to them by the coach.

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  • Russia spread joy with their performances and results on home soil
  • The hosts sent Spain packing and almost reached the semi-final
  • Head coach Stanislav Cherchesov explained reasons behind achievements

The 2018 FIFA World Cup™ was an unforgettable celebration of football, and a major factor in this was the superb performance of hosts Russia. FIFA.com sat down with Sbornaya head coach Stanislav Cherchesov to ask how his team managed to surprise everyone by reaching the quarter-finals, where they narrowly lost to Croatia on penalties after a keenly fought contest.

“Firstly, much credit goes to the organisers,” Cherchesov began. “After being awarded the World Cup, we had to convince everyone who voted for Russia that it was the right decision. All the organisational aspects were carried out to an extremely high standard. This isn’t just coming from us; our foreign guests have said the same thing. This is key because, without that, neither we nor any other national team would have been able to perform well.

“For two years we were preparing for this objective and there was a competitive selection process in the squad. We were dogged by injuries, which happens to a lot of teams. We tried to address all the issues, and then focus on the players we had and the opponents we were due to face. Before the World Cup, we had a brilliant training camp in Tirol, which is also where we tuned up for the Confederations Cup a year ago. That tournament was our dress rehearsal; it helped us to see where our shortcomings were and correct them before the real thing.

“We realised that we needed to not just win the Opening Match but do it convincingly, so the fans would start believing in the team. The football fever in Russia really took off after that game. The whole of the country was patiently and nervously waiting for the World Cup, but the team and the fans were united right from the first match.”

The 5-0 victory in the Opening Match came as a surprise to everyone, but the *Sbornaya *did not stop there and secured qualification from the group in their very next fixture. The defeat to Uruguay was followed by one of the shocks of the tournament, as Russia knocked out one of the pre-tournament favourites, Spain. The hosts then met Croatia in the last-eight, and the pair served up a thriller that will live long in the memory, but which of his team’s performances pleased Cherchesov the most?

“On an emotional level, Spain, of course,” the head coach answered, “but in terms of the performance, probably the Egypt game. We knew perfectly well what we had to do and set out to get the win that would earn qualification for the Round of 16. Although a coach, like any father, shouldn’t pick out favourites from among his children, all five matches were satisfying in their own way and gave food for thought.”

“We wanted to win against Uruguay, but actually we specifically didn’t change our tactics, so our next opponent wouldn’t think we might do this against them,” Cherchesov continued. “We’d played with five defenders previously, but before the World Cup and at the tournament itself we set up with four at the back. I think this wrong-footed Spain a little bit. They couldn’t come up with an answer to our tactical approach. I’m grateful to the players, they carried out the game plan to the letter.”

When Igor Akinfeev stuck out his leg to save the decisive penalty from Iago Aspas, the country erupted in joyous celebrations. However, there was even more to come: the quarter-final against Croatia will rightfully go down as one of the most fascinating and gripping encounters in World Cup history.

“I didn’t want to say it myself, so as not to appear immodest,” Cherchesov smiled, “but since you’ve mentioned it… In my opinion, it was the best match of the tournament, both in terms of the tension and the football.”

Russia scored 11 goals in total at the World Cup, three of which are in the running for Goal of the Tournament – a feat only Belgium can match, although the Red Devils were also the leading goalscorers at the competition. How did Russia manage to find the net so often and so spectacularly as well?

“We have some individually gifted players,” the coach explained. “Each one has their own ‘trademark’, so to speak. [Aleksandr] Golovin is a set-piece specialist and has a great strike from distance, [Denis] Cheryshev has a wonderful left foot and we all know what Artem Dzyuba is capable of. The lads were focused and well prepared. Our players drew praise for more than just their beautiful goals, which is why some top European clubs are interested in a few of them. That is clearly pleasing to us.”


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Exceeding expectations

That Russia made it as far as the quarter-final is unquestionably an excellent achievement, but after the painful penalty shootout defeat to Croatia, players and coaches alike admitted they were aiming for more. Now that the dust has settled and the champions have been crowned, it is possible to assess the result with a cool head.

“A quarter-final is a pretty good result for us, if we analyse the performances,” Cherchesov agreed. “Croatia beat England and played well in the final, so we can safely say Russia deserve a good mark. However, there’s only one World Cup Trophy and it went to France…

“We played against the French in March and saw how good they were back then. We were criticised for our results in the warm-up matches against Argentina, Spain, Brazil and France, but those matches gave us a lot to ponder and helped us to prepare for the World Cup. We’ll come across France again and I think the experience we’ve built up will help us to play well. But there are no ifs and buts in sport: France are the world champions and I congratulate my colleague Didier Deschamps. I was surprised at how well their star players put the team first.”

What now for Russia after the World Cup on home soil?

“Everything moves on and changes. A few players have retired from international football, although I’ve joked how [Sergei] Ignashevich had apparently already retired from the national team two years ago, so he better not change his phone number! There was so much emotion, the fans were delighted, but we need to calmly evaluate how we did. We have to analyse our performance and take our next steps forward.”

During the emotional ceremony in honour of the Sbornaya at Vorobyovy Gory last week, Cherchesov declared from the stage that the team is capable of going even further at Qatar 2022.

“If I didn’t believe it, I wouldn’t have said it,” Stanislav concluded. “Players and coaches come and go, but the Russian national team remains. Regardless of who’s in the line-up in four years’ time, we have to believe in and support them.”

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