The stable star of Pat Kelly Presenting Percy ready for the Irish Gold Cup in Leopardstown
West Ham fans gather outside London Stadium to protest club owners David Sullivan and David Gold as unfortunate supporters & # 39; 10 years failure & # 39; sing before Everton clash
- Hundreds of fans protested ahead of West Ham & Everton
- West Ham fans are unhappy with club owners David Sullivan and David Gold
- It comes on the eve of the tenth anniversary of the takeover of the club back in 2010
- Fans gave their opinion about the property that & # 39; ten years of failure & # 39; recited
- West Ham is currently in 17th place in the Premier League after a tough season
Hundreds of dissatisfied supporters gathered outside the stadium for their Premier League clash with Everton expressing their frustrations about running the club on the eve of the ten-year anniversary anniversary of the acquisition.
Fans became & # 39; ten years of failure & # 39; hear singing while anger increased the club's lack of progress.
The protest, organized by supporters group Hammers United, says that the owners now offer their relationship with our supporters and fulfill all ten promises they published ten years ago, or offer the club for sale to allow someone who will intervene. & # 39;
Under the ownership of Sullivan and Gold, the club has reached a high point and lows with one relegation, one promotion, two top ten finishes and two European adventures.
The decade saw the club say goodbye to Upton Park before moving to London Stadium, and the Hammers were unable to retain key players such as Dmitri Payet and Marko Arnautovic. [1 9459015]
We st Ham recently had to fire another manager in Manuel Pellegrini and re-employed David Moyes for only 17 months after he originally left the club.
The club had a disappointing season so far and is currently in 17th place in the Premier League, just one point above the relegation zone.
Gold, Sullivan and vice-president Karen Brady all gave interviews this week in the run-up to the anniversary of the takeover.
In an interview with the Evening Standard Sullivan admitted: "I would like to talk about what we have achieved on the field, but unfortunately, despite our investments and efforts, we have not made the progress that we all expected among the club's most talked-about and proven manager [Manuel Pellegrini] after he brought in a football director [Mario Husillos]. "
After buying back a first 50% majority stake in January 2010 , the two men have since taken their participation above 85%.
The protests lasted an hour from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. prior to the kickoff against Everton and went down without any problems.
& # 39; He is now good & # 39 ;: Jessica Harrington confirms that Sizing John will attempt to regain Paddy Power Irish Gold Cup
- Jessica Harrington-trained Sizing John set to Paddy Power Irish Gold Cup
- Irish trainer confirmed that the gelding was ready to regain title and last won in 2017
- Sizing John has been struggling since winning the Punchestown Gold Cup three years ago
Sizing John tries up the Paddy Power Irish Gold Cup February 2.
The gelding trained by Jessica Harrington took Leopardstown's showpiece in 2017 as a stepping stone to winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup the following month.
Although he went on to lift the Punchestown Gold Cup and the John Durkan Memorial Chase later that year, little has since gone well.
He had two years off after being beaten well in the Leopardstown Christmas Chase and only returned over obstacles at Punchestown on New Year's Eve when he made a full promise ran before he fell in the third-load flight.
Harrington has decided not to run him in Thurles on Sunday at the Horse & Jockey Hotel (Kinloch Brae) Chase and will wait for the Irish Gold Cup.
& # 39; Sizing John won Don't go for the Kinloch Brae and go straight to Leopardstown. He's good now, & she said.
Stablemate Supasundae will also play for the first time since May of that weekend, in the PCI Irish Champion Hurdle he won in 2018 and the second was last winter.
& # 39; Supasundae also goes there for the Irish champion Hurdle. Then I can happily lead him into the Red Mills before I go to Cheltenham – quote him a few runs, which should be an aid. & # 39;
Harrington confirmed that Grand National Runner-up Magic Of Light is ready for the bet365 Seas & Hurdle on Ascot on Saturday.
& # 39; Magic Of Light will go to Ascot on Saturday and then she can stay and go to Huntingdon (for a chase with registered seas on January 24), & said the Moone handler
Silver Sheen had a strong claim at the Final Handicap Hurdle Pertemps at the Chetenham festival with a notable success in a qualifying competition at Warwick on Saturday.
Harrington, however, thinks he might have to go up a few pounds to get into the race.
& # 39; Silver Sheen may need to get high enough for the Pertemps again, & she said.
& # 39; Last year was an exception because the floor weight was 134 and I think you should be higher than that. & # 39;
& # 39; He is the best I've had since Best Mate & # 39 ;: Henrietta Knight compares Young Darling with Triple Gold Cup winner after debut victory
- De Ben Pauling -trained Your Darling has comfortably won the Newbury race
- Sprinter Sacre & # 39; s brother Flinteur Sacre ran well and finished in second place
- Young Darling and Best Mate both came from the Costello academy
Young Darling received much praise after an impressive winning debut in the Bumper in Newbury with former trainer Henrietta Knight who makes a favorable comparison with her triple Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Best Mate.
All attention to the race was focused on Sprinter Sacre & # 39; s brother Flinteur Sacre and he finished well in second place. But he could not build a Your Darling, trained by Ben Pauling, who won three and a quarter in length.
Knight bought Your Darling for her brother-in-law Lord Vestey who had bought it from the Costello Academy in Ireland where she also found the best partner.
Knight said: & # 39; They didn't want to sell and wanted to walk point-to-point, but it went so well that they didn't and we bought it. We had a big job getting him. I knew he was good. He's the best I've had since Best Mate. I am excited about this horse. "
Your Darling immediately received quotes for the Champion Bumper, but Knight virtually ruled out that goal.
Knight added:" We wanted to lead him over obstacles. But when Ben's horses didn't run well (before Christmas) we packed him up until his horses were right. It was then too late in the season to have a real starting obstacle campaign, so we had to run it in a bumper.
& # 39; He can start hurdling next fall – jumping is his game. & # 39;
Pauling added: & he will not run in a can jar bumper but it will not be the festival bumper. He is his own horse, probably as good as I have had. & # 39;
Meanwhile, Shiskin is short as 9-1 for the obstacle of the Supreme Novices after injecting a serious momentum in his season with a victory of 11 lengths in the MansionBet Pride to the obstacle of the Sponsoring British Racing Novices.
The six-year-old has long been touted as one of the hotshot-starting hurdles in the Nicky Henderson stable, but only got the second hurdle in his seasonal debut in Newbury in December
But the Nico Of Boinville -ridden Shishkin, the 7-4 favorite, was not mistaken about being away from Shakem Up & Arry, who was viewed by owner Harry Redknapp.
In the victory, Shiskin, racing in the colors of Joe Donnelly who also owns the 2019 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Al Boum Photo, demonstrated an impressive pedestrian walkway in swampy soil.
The speed he showed looked like it was made for the two-mile Supreme Novices hurdle, but Henderson refused to shot the five furlong longer Ballymore Novices & # 39; Hurdle to exclude.
The trainer said: & # 39; Nico said it was as if he was learning something because he was quite gaseous and wanted to continue the world (on his first run) while he was beautifully relaxed today. It was all very smooth.
& # 39; Not many people would live from that soil. You should be impressed. He has gears but he may need two and a half miles. I won't promise he's going to the Supreme.
& # 39; I would like to meet him again. To be honest, that is your first run over hurdles this season or your first run plus one hurdle! He won his Bumper on his good ground, so he is versatile at that point.
& # 39; I am not afraid to find a nice little race – it is experience he needs .. The Sydney Banks Hurdle (at Huntingdon) would do in mid-February. & # 39;
The PR people at Borussia Dortmund currently turn out to be beating heads against their desk frustrated at Jadon Sancho
A few days ago, the 19-year-old English international committed cardinal social media to a Bundesliga player when he smoothly shared video of a recent trip to Dubai on Instagram.
The quickfire series of clips comes down to a & # 39; What I Did On My Holiday & # 39; essay for the TikTok generation. Sancho jumps off a yacht, feeds giraffes in a zoo and rides a dune buggy. Unfortunately, the video also ends with a photo of him putting salt on a £ 268 gold-plated steak.
Just a year ago the same steak served by famous chef Salt Bae in his restaurant in Dubai, the center of an average tea-cup storm in Germany when it was ordered by Bayern Munich veteran Franck Ribery.
Since then, there has been a golden rule for Bundesliga players: show off your wealth the way you want, just don't eat the ruddy steak.
Sancho is predictably treated with a wave of faux moral indignation in recent days. Bild accused him of ruining his reputation & # 39; while Die Welt sniffed that it was & # 39; difficult for the public & # 39 ;.
All this is of course no more than hot air. Sancho has the right to do whatever he wants with his money, and the German press is endearingly strained about bling impressions. Where they once became hot under the collar about the cars of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, now they do that about the vacations of Sancho.
Yet the video also served to emphasize a bitter but inevitable truth for Dortmund.
Sancho is no longer the young student with big eyes who idolized Aubameyang a few years ago. He is now an established star, full of self-confidence and sees a movement back to England.
As the January transfer window progresses, speculation about the future of Sancho has once again overdrive.
He has been repeatedly associated with relocations to Manchester United, Liverpool and former Manchester City club, while Chelsea is said to be preparing a record for a bid of £ 120 million.
Haaland has further wound up the rum mills. With the arrival of the Norwegian there is a new prodigy on the block to challenge the status of Sancho, if not his place in the team.
And then there is the discipline. The Instagram video is the newest in a series of small indiscretions by Sancho this season.
In October, he was omitted from the team for a crucial game against title rivals Borussia Moenchengladbach after his late return from the international break. A month later he was facing Barcelona because he missed a team meeting.
The doommongers have already started drawing parallels with Ousmane Dembele, the French youth whose furious behavior alienated his teammates and accelerated them to £ 100m to Barcelona in 2017.
Yet such comparisons are a kind of unfair. Dembele had been much less impressive for Dortmund after a year than Sancho after three years. The Frenchman also went on strike and destroyed his apartment before leaving Dortmund. Sancho, on the other hand, turned up a few times late and fed a giraffe.
The video with gold steak was undoubtedly badly advised, not least for a player who describes himself on the club website as & # 39 ; just a normal young guy & # 39 ;. It is uncomfortable with Dortmund's increasingly vain attempts to maintain their reputation as a salt club.
However, it is no secret that Dortmund is more stubborn and cynical than their carefully romanticized self-image suggests. With Sancho it has always been a matter of when, instead of or, it will move to one of the richest clubs in Europe. And perhaps more importantly, for how much.
His current contract, which was signed only last summer, will keep him in the club until 2022 and, in accordance with club policy in this area, does not contain a release clause. Dortmund plans to make a significant profit on Sancho, and Chelsea's £ 120 million is perhaps just the starting point of a bidding war.
They are also in a hurry to sell it. Dortmund is currently one of four or five teams with a realistic chance of winning the Bundesliga title this season. They count on a now deadly front three from Sancho, Haaland and Reus to help them with this.
This week, Kicker magazine ranked him as the number one winger this season, ahead of Bayern Munich star Serge Gnabry.
There is also no reason to assume that Haaland & # 39; s departure will speed up his departure. The Norwegian is central and if someone leaves to make room for him, it is Paco Alcacer, not Sancho.
Only an offer of Neymaresque proportions would tempt the club to release their English crown jewel. And as for the player himself, Dortmund remains relaxed to the point of complacency.
After the Barcelona incident, sports director Michael Zorc dismissed suggestions that Sancho's bad discipline can be calculated to provoke a January movement.
& # 39; I have no impression of the conversations I have had with him and his agent, & # 39; Zorc told Bild.
That would and will probably change in the summer. There are already rumors that Milder Rashica from Werder Bremen is standing in line as a replacement. By the time the next season starts, Sancho may be back in the Premier League.
But until then, the transfer rumors must be interpreted in the same way as that infamous gold steak. With a pinch of salt.
It's a fascinating mystery that clubs are struggling with more than ever – from England, players here offer value for money era of top-end wage inflation?
The subject came up last week when Leicester head coach Geordan Murphy was asked if it makes sense for the Tigers to pay well to keep their large Test quota. He called it a "double-edged sword" and added, "It hurts us if they miss games."
That is the crux of the matter. Players from England always miss different club games, sometimes about half. But consider what they bring to the party.
In most cases the test stars are homegrown leaders in their clubs. Anyone who wants George Ford to be of good value for his new contract would not bicker too much if he continued to play as he did during Saturday's win at Bristol.
Last season, when Leicester was sitting in a hole, the England flew half, dragging them out. He was the center of their revival and his influence rubbed others in the search for survival. It's not just about leadership or setting the tone. The current core of English players has been involved in a final world cup and epic knockout wins, so they have the great temperament to handle any title challenge or relegation battle.
When asked to retain England players, Murphy & # 39; s first response was: & # 39; We want to become a big club. & # 39;
That is an important point. Their presence speaks of ambition and status. They bring a cachet that helps with future recruitment, marketing, sponsorship and so on. The benefits of their presence drip for years.
Admittedly, every club needs a strong backbone of ever-present players. The success of Saracens in recent years is based on the impact of loyal men like Brad Barritt, Alex Goode and Jackson Wray – men who burn the house fire while Owen Farrell and Co are gone.
Directors of Rugby can keep anyone they want to keep, but certain players from England are worthy to relocate heaven and earth. Kyle Sinckler is one of them, but he is leaving for Bristol because Harlequins could not accept the costs of securing the support after this season. Yet he is an excellent box-office player, so they can regret their decision.
At a time when the limit is being investigated, the limit may need to be revised and increased, especially in the light of CVC's investment in the Premiership.
But even with the threshold as it is, up to £ 7 million, English top players – certainly those in their prime – still deliver value for money.
Polledri set for legend status
Here is a prediction that will not shock anyone. Staying in Gloucester for the rest of his career, Jake Polledri bursts into the folklore of Kingsholm as an embodiment of the Westland and his proud heritage.
When he shot holes in the bath defense on Saturday. if everyone in the barn wore it on his furious bear. The flanker born in Bristol is a force of nature and the loss of England is the gain of Italy.
The Azzurri should build a pack around him. In Gloucester they might build a statue of him one day.
Something has to be done about the fragmented northern hemisphere season
Just as domestic rugby is busy with the weekly rhythm and routine of competition program & # 39; s, back to the clubs in European mode. The forces that are really needed to solve the fragmented seasonal structure in the northern hemisphere.
There is no current or continuity. There must be defined and meaningful blocks. Perhaps continental tournaments can fill the first part of the season, then a break for November tests and then competitions that run from December to June, with a break while the Six Nations is in progress.
Fewer games but all meaningful and merged, with fewer overlaps. It won't happen of course. Common sense was expelled from the city long ago
Friday the WRU announced that exiled scrum-half Rhys Webb would be available for Wales to pick during the Six Nations, so Gareth Davie's response was to score a stunning, trademark interception attempt for the Scarlets hours later, at Cardiff Arms Park.
MY TEAM OF THE WEEK
15 L James (Sale)
14 R Segun (Saracens)
13 S James (Sale)
12 S Hill (Exeter)
May 11 (Leicester)
10 G Ford (Leicester)
9 W Heinz (Gloucester)
1 A Waller (Northampton)
2 F Marais (Gloucester)
3 WG John (Sale)
4 F Mostert (Glouce star)
5 F Itoje (Saracens)
6 J Ross (Sal e)
8 B Vunipola (Saracens)
7 J Polledri (Gloucester )
Maybe it's a gamble, but Bath & # 39; s first row pair Tom Dunn and Will Stuart have become almost identical, with matching hairstyles – shaved sides, mullet at the back and beards. The similarities are creepy.
Saracens may have landed in a new way to let top stars rest. If they continue to claim bonuses four times within half an hour, as they did against Worcester, early changes are possible.
When Sale Harlequins flew out on Friday, Captain Jono was Ross's 52nd consecutive Premiership start since joining the club. He has not missed a single competition match.
Commenting, Lawrence Dallaglio said: & # 39; He is hard as nails, isn't it? & # 39;
Joe Marler was typically spiky in Salford, shoved an arm in the face of Jean-Luc du Preez, faced the lock and his two brothers, and then tried joking the right to find an apology after he had committed sin.
When Jake Polledri drilled on the Bath line in Kingsholm, an attempt seemed inevitable, but Tom Dunn somehow brought the looting back rower down and managed to wrap his arms to prevent him from stretching to score. Remarkable.
THE LAST WORD
Nigel Wray's decision to step down last week as Saracens president brought a flood of conflicting responses – praise and damnation to the same extent. Many have tried to emphasize his countless achievements and his positive influence on sport in this country.
Others slaughtered Wray because he was chairman of the breaches of his club capabilities. This column does not regularly create seats from fences, but this topic requires an exception. Both ends of the assessment spectrum have merit in this case.
Wray did wonders for a sport in his professional infancy and he will leave it at the end of legacies that deserve rich acclaim. But he also allowed to cheat in his name and that of Saracens, so that he must leave a mark on his rugby reputation. others are forced to follow.
Shauna Coxsey has been there for a while. Waving back and forth, the entire 58kg of her body weight goes in waves through the thumb of her left hand to her little finger and then back. Again and again.
She remains attached for 30 seconds or more per take to a notch of two inches of plastic, dangling from an overhanging wall while her photo is being taken.
& # 39; Easy, & # 39; she says. And she probably isn't, unless it's not.
& # 39; I have had a few injuries & # 39 ;, she says. "I broke my leg when I jumped off a wall in 2012 and needed a shoulder operation a few years ago. I sprained my ankles countless times, mostly to do something crazy, and yes, knees, shoulders, elbows, wrists, everything.
"But fingers are the annoying ones. It's so stupid, but something like a finger can be anything.
& # 39; I am going to Red Bull positions because they are my sponsor and feel so embarrassed.
& # 39; You have all these hardcore athletes sitting around a table doing hardcore things. Wing suits and whatever. I kind of like, "It's really very bad – I have this painful finger," but they are quite a problem when climbing. "
In the context of the prospects for the Olympic medal in Britain, Coxsey is that too. And in terms of the wider games, so is climbing.
It is one of the new sports for Tokyo 2020, along with skateboarding, karate, surfing, and baseball / softball – a five-pointed move from the International Olympic Committee to reach a younger audience.
Of those British athletes who suddenly came for such Coxsey, 26, is perhaps the best position to climb the stairs of a stage.
In the fast-growing world of her sport, she is already a major player, who twice in 2016 and 2017 The World Cup series for bouldering has won this year to go with a world championships bronze for combined disciplines.
As a five-time British champion, she is the most successful climber in this country and a serious communication for gold in Tokyo in seven months.
& # 39; It just seems so unreal & # 39 ;, she says, to have qualified for the August Games.
& # 39; I have been climbing for 22 years now and am an Olympic athlete, why would it come up?
I watched the Olympics as a child and I always thought, "Oh, that's cool. That's great, but I'll never get to work." To be honest, I still think there
"I wrote it down for the first time recently. I was planning to plan 2020 and thought:" Oh, I have to put the Olympics in the diary. "I almost didn't want to write it because it doesn't seem real.
& # 39; But you should probably understand how popular the sport is now. & # 39;
The attraction of climbing to the IOC can best be understood on the basis of the figures.
In 2015, when they insisted on their invitation to the party, the International Federation of Sport Climbing spoke about 35 million climbers in 140 countries worldwide.
In Britain alone, an estimated one million people climbed in in 2018 with 100,000 regulars growing with a speed of 15-20 percent on an annual basis.
The IOC was worried about that kind of date.
Although the sport has grown rapidly in recent years, Coxsey's personal journey in climbing began three years old, being the youngest of seven children growing up in Runcorn.
& # 39; I am not from a sporty family & # 39 ;, she says. Dad My father has always been outside and cycled, but nobody climbed.
"It was strange how it actually started. When I was three, I watched a documentary about Catherine Destivelle, who is this legendary French climber.
"Probably a little strange to some people, watching a documentary when you are three. But I never really watched children's TV – I just watched Adventure Channel with my dad.
"After that I was a bit obsessed with climbing. I started at the age of four and was just fixated on climbing and soon it was about competitions.
& # 39; I am not really a competitive person in life, but in climbing it is something that is always there been.
& # 39; There is a terrible video of mine since I was seven that I hope it never comes to the surface. I made the final of a competition and therefore did not win on the video. I cry my eyes out.
& # 39; I remember seeing the older girls who had this climb and I thought: & # 39; I want I want to be so good, "and I think that attitude was stuck.
& # 39; My family thinks I'm a little mental, but they have always been incredibly helpful and now we are there. & # 39;
The success of Coxsey has come in bouldering, one of three disciplines that are controversially combined in the Olympic competition with lead climbing and rapid climbing.
Liverpool & # 39; granted permission to wear gold FIFA Club World Cup winners badge for a contest & # 39; by the Premier League, with Reds set to show it in clash with Wolves in Anfield
- Liverpool appealed to the Premier League to wear the badge
- The Reds earned the right to donate it after winning the FIFA Club World Cup
- Authorities have reportedly granted a dispensation for wearing in Wolves clash
They are now facing a race against time to get the specially manufactured kits ready in time.
Current rules state that only charity messages can be added to shirts in the middle of a Premier League season – something other than that must be ratified by their board.
The Reds had asked the Premier League if their badge could be worn in all top flying competitions, arguing that English football is simply displayed in a good light.
However, there is no indication whether they can permanently donate the emblem in 2020.
Real Madrid – who was world champion in 2016, 2017 and 2018 – was allowed to wear the badge in La Liga .
Outside of the top matches, they can wear their prestigious symbol in Champions League matches, meaning they will be seen on February 18 in their final-16 draw against Atletico Madrid.
To wear the FA Cup emblem, Liverpool must submit a separate application to the Football Association – they organize Everton local rivals in the third round on January 5.
Manchester United was not allowed to wear the badge in the Premier League after they had won the FIFA Club World Cup 2008 – the only previous opportunity that an English club won the tournament.
& # 39; I don't know why they keep turning against them & # 39 ;: Harry Redknapp bewildered West Ham fans criticize co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold
- West Ham slipped from fifth place to the Premier League in September to 15
- The Hammers lost six of their last nine Premier League games this season
- David Sullivan and David Gold continued with coach Manuel Pellegrini 20:07 GMT, December 6, 2019 |
Harry Ham co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold in the face of criticism from fans.
Some Hammers fans are unhappy with the current predicament of the club after seeing them from the fifth in the Premier League in September to 15 after a disastrous situation. execution
The Hammers have lost six of their last Premier League matches to increase pressure on manager Manuel Pellegrini, but Sullivan and Gold continue to support the Chilean in the hope that he can do it reverse fate.Some Hammers fans are not satisfied with the current predicament of the club when they are 15th
Redknapp, who played and managed West Ham, is surprised by the criticism of Sullivan and Gold, given that they are constantly spending large amounts on financed the transfer market and improved the club's infrastructure.
Look at West Ham they have come under pressure, but they have spent money & # 39 ;, Redknapp told Talksport. & # 39; People criticize David Sullivan and David Gold, I mean, they are real West Ham fans, it's great to see people that it's their club they've been supporting all their lives with their own club that they support, I think they supported the manager.
& # 39; West Ham fans have their opinion, but I can only say that they have taken care of my friend Bobby Moore. He loved David Sullivan and David Gold when he was around, he worked for them and they were good for him and everyone who was good for Bobby is good for me.Harry Redknapp has defended West Ham co-owners David Sullivan and David Gold
"I hope they turn things around in West Ham and right now they show a lot of confidence in the manager, but he needs some quick results Pellegrini.
" They (the owners) have built a new training field I don't know why they keep turning against them.
& # 39; Normally they turn on the manager, but the fans seem to get more bump with the owners instead of the manager, which I find strange.
& # 39; They have supported the manager to whom they have spent money, maybe they should see who brings in the players who are not good eno ugh.
West Ham co-owner David Gold SLAMS & # 39; outrageous, unfair and arrogant & # 39; Roy Keane for & # 39; shameful & # 39; criticizing Declan Rice … for claiming that the former Irish assistant should choose the Hammers star & # 39; & # 39; by choosing England
David Gold launched a burning attack on Roy Keane after his & # 39; shameful & # 39; criticizing Declan Rice from West Ham at the weekend.
Rice came under fire from Keane for his showing during England's 4-0 win over Kosovo, with the former Irish assistant his & # 39; football intelligence & # 39; questioned – before admitting his concern whether the midfielder has the capacity to improve.
However, co-owner of West Ham has since been beaten back and claims that Keane must convince the star of Hammers & # 39;  and chooses to represent England instead of Ireland.Declan Rice got criticism after his showing during England's 4-0 win over Kosovo
Gold told fans of Claret and Hugh to West Ham: & # 39; Keane must get over it. Declan has made his choice and I think that is the reason for Keane.
& # 39; It's pretty embarrassing when a former professional talks about what he did to a young man. It was low, outrageous, unfair and arrogant to get him out of all the English players.
& # 39; It was not even an analysis of the boy who is 20 years old and who for God's sake hardly started his career in the international team.
& # 39; This is not the first time he has done it. In a previous game, he said he had to sit in the studio with the experts instead of standing on the field. Shocking!
& # 39; Declan has chosen to play for England and Roy Keane has to get over it. & # 39;
Despite winning 4-0 on Sunday, England did not have it all in its own way and Rice was lucky not to be punished after being taken out of position on several occasions.
And after the last whistle, Keane pointed out Rice & # 39; s tendency to keep making the same mistakes.
& # 39; England was sloppily defended today & # 39 ;, Keane told ITV. "If the same players (referring to Rice) continue to make the same mistakes, you have to make changes.
& # 39; Rice & # 39; s body language is even wrong with set pieces, it sits on its heels and then runs out Rice continues to make the same mistakes, you have to worry about his football intelligence. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; There are many aspects that Declan Rice needs to improve.
I worked with him for the Republic of Ireland, his positional game (needs work), I don't think he has been consistent enough, he is sloppy in possession, he does not hunt runners & # 39;