Dwight McNeil was dumped by Manchester United because his set pieces were not good enough … now Burnley & # 39; s dead-ball specialist hopes to beat the team that wants him back
- ] Dwight McNeil continued to impress after his breakthrough last season
- The Burnley winger was released by Manchester United at the age of 14
- Now capped at England below-21 level, he has a point to prove on Wednesday
- The 20-year-old was previously linked to a £ 35 million move to Old Trafford
Irony is not lost on Dwight McNeil. A former Manchester United youth product, which played alongside Mason Greenwood and Brandon Williams, the winger Burnley recently talked about why his Old Trafford dream was shortened at the age of 14.
& # 39; Funny enough, one of the reasons I was released because my set pieces were not the best & # 39 ;, the 20-year-old admitted.
Six years later, McNeil started Sean Dyche – a man for dead-ball situations and since his breakthrough in the first team at the beginning of last season – he has faithfully believed the Turf Moor – with his crossing power in the particularly a radiant light.
DWIGHT MCNEIL IN 2019-20
- Appearance: 23
- Goals: 1
- Assists: 4
- Great opportunities created: 7
- Crosses: 148
- Yellow cards: 4
Premier League statistics
Now recent rumors must be believed in anticipation of tonight's clash with United, the club he supported as a kid is keen to sign him again and a figure in the £ 35 million range has been brought up .
Dyche even commented that McNeil will eventually pass us by & # 39 ;, so is his quality.
The figures would support that. In a team where defensive dog-likeness is usually the priority over attacking creativity, McNeil has already registered nine assists in his short career in the Premier League.
This season alone, he has tried 148 crosses for Chris Wood and Co. – one of which resulted in Burnley's equalizer against Leicester on Sunday.
An angry, left hooked corner to the rear post was met by the towering head of Ben Mee, with Wood bouncing to score after the rescue of Kasper Schmeichel a short distance away.
What is so pleasant and refreshing about McNeil's playing style is that, amidst young talent that is continuously used on the opposite flank of their favorite foot, so they can cut in, he is a deviation.
Immediately weaving in and out while embracing the left hand line, Burnley & # 39; s No. 11 is a relief; a return to a bygone era of fast wingers hissing their natural flank in the traditional sense.
Looking back, it is a tribute to McNeil for not giving up his professional ambitions, despite the fact that he had not even reached the top of United's youth line-up.
& # 39; It was quite a disturbing time for me, & he recalled. & # 39; It was my boys club of my dreams. I'm still a fan of United, despite what happened.
& # 39; Going to Burnley was a very good decision we made at the time. & # 39;
Already covered at England below 21, there is no doubt that McNeil has (again) been a bright spark in an otherwise inconspicuous Burnley campaign.
& # 39; I think I have generally become a more mature person & he said in October.
& # 39; That helps me in the dressing room and the people I get around, the coaching staff and the gaffer that we have at the club.
& # 39; I have become more mature, more calm and confident in myself and more relaxed on the field and outside the field. & # 39;
Despite his consistent performance – he started every single Burnley match in the Premier League this season – a call to Gareth Southgate & # 39; s senior side for Euro 2020 might be a bridge too far right now .
But that won't stop the rumor mill, and McNeil could feed on the fire tonight, at his second appearance in Old Trafford after a 78-minute display last year.
An impressive screen against fellow countryman Aaron Wan-Bissaka can make waves in the home team dugout, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seeks a long-term solution for a depletion of offensive prowess.
United has always been looking for the best young people in the country. McNeil could be the next on his current trajectory. His United story may have just begun.
When will the Europa League matches be released? Manchester United and Arsenal await European planning after group phase draw
The 48 clubs that contest this year's competition were divided into 12 groups of four teams, with match day one on September 9.
United, who defeated Ajax to win the 2017 Europa League final, was drawn in group L, alongside Astana, Partizan Belgrade and AZ Alkmaar.
The beaten finalists of last season, Arsenal, who with 4-1 were beaten by Chelsea in Baku, were drawn in group F together with Frankfurt, Standard Liège and Vitoria SC.
Wolves were drawn in group K and spared the big cannon competition after Besiktas, Braga and Slovan Bratislava were given opponents their name.
Meanwhile, Steven Gerrard's Rangers were arguably given the toughest draw by British clubs, with Feyenoord, Port and Young Boys waiting for them in group G.
Bitter rivals Celtic, who missed the Champions League qualification after losing in the third qualifying round, against Lazio, Rennes and CFR Cluj in group E.
Match day starts on September 19, with the conclusion of the group phase on December 12, with the top two teams in it each group to the last 32
All 48 clubs will learn their exact group stage schedule within two hours of the end of the draw.
Haseeb Hameed released by Lancashire the batsman who once & # 39; Baby Boycott & # 39; was called, continues to fall
- Lancashire will release Haseeb Hameed at the end of the season
- County has denied the 22-year-old batsman a new to give contract
- The shape of Hameed has fallen since England on average 43.8 in 2016
Haseeb Hameed is Friday, less than three years after he became tipped to surpass the England record of Run Alastair Cook & # 39; s test run.
Teenage Hameed, England's youngest opening batsman, was so impressive in his first few turns in international cricket in India at the end of 2016 that it seemed that the sky was the limit for the Bolton Boycott. When it came to caps and runs, it just looked like a case of how many.
But injury cost him his place on the test team and his spectacular fall from grace culminated in a meeting in Old Trafford on Friday morning when the 22-year-old was told that he is now free to speak with other provinces. .
A batsman with a test average of 43.6 should not be short of offers and it is hoped that a new start elsewhere will help revive a player who has remained a shadow of the boy who hit two 50 & # 39; s, the second while taking care of a shattered finger, on his only tour of England.
& # 39; Lancashire Cricket Club can confirm that the 2019 season is Haseeb Hameed & # 39; s final year, after the club decided the batsman contract, which ends at the end of the current campaign, not & # 39 ;, read a statement from the club.
& # 39; The club wants to thank Haseeb for all his efforts and efforts since he made his first-class debut in the 2015 season after coming through the academy. & # 39;
It appeared that Hameed had resisted a log malaise in May when he scored 117 against Middlesex in a second-rate County Championship game with Lord, his first first-hundred in August 2016.
But his form was again disturbing – leading him to the second XI in recent weeks – to leave him with a general season of the championship of 341 running at 28.41
Despite being the became the youngest Lancashire batsman to score 1000 runs in a first-class season in 2016, and hit two hundred in a Roses game to show a temperament destined for a higher stage, 11 months ago his shape had fallen so alarmingly that Paul Allott , the director of cricket at Old Trafford, given him a & # 39; dilemma & # 39; and said: & # 39; we have probably given him more chances than he deserved & # 39 ;. To compensate for this, Allott added: & # 39; I have seen a more talented young opening batsman in my 40-odd years in the game. & # 39;
He ended a 2018 season in which Lancashire relegated with 165 Division 1 runs with an average of only 9.71.
His number has been deposited since 2017 when, after returning from a finger fracture to play a day of cricket for Lancashire, he averaged less than 30 and was not selected for the Ashes tour 2017-18 that winter despite a lack of other options at the top of the
Hameed's reluctance to use his father Ismail as a coach has also caused consternation at the provincial level and higher.
& # 39; I notice that when I have worked with my father and follow his guidance, my game has been in better shape, "he told last year Sportsmail .
Yet this week he caught Lancashire & # 39; s second XI in a three-day friendly game against Leicestershire while the first team crushed Glamorgan to open a whopping 48-point buffer with three games to go in the promotion race.
] He remains under contract until September 30, but it seems that a player who completed his first-class debut might have made the club his last competitive appearance four years ago today.
Man City fan accused of racist abuse against Manchester United midfielder Fred is released on bail
The man accused of racist abuse Manchester United Midfielder Fred has been released on bail, the Greater Manchester police have confirmed.
Anthony Burke, 41, was seen making a gesture to Fred on Saturday night's Manchester Derby, and further investigations will take place
If he is found guilty, he will risk a life sentence prohibition by Manchester City and the FA have also started their own investigation.
Fred and Jesse Lingard both reported the incident after watching video of Sky Sports in the locker room of Manchester United .
A statement from Greater Manchester Police (GMP) on Saturday evening stated: & # 39; A 41-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of a racially aggravated public order (offense) and remains in custody for interrogation. & # 39;
MailOnline identified the arrested fan as Anthony Burke, an army veteran who works as a civil engineering manager at Kier Group.
GMP Chief Inspector Chris Hill said: & I want to thank the public for
& # 39; Racism of any kind does not belong in football or in our society and I hope that this arrest shows that we are taking this case extremely seriously. We will continue to work with Manchester City and Manchester United on this incident and will investigate other lines of investigation. & # 39;
City director Ferran Soriano sought after the game the United Director David Gill to emphasize that the Premier League champions would make every effort to take decisive action. Ed Woodward, executive vice chairman, was not present at the derby.
There was confidence in being able to identify potential offenders, since everyone who buys a ticket for games is registered with the club. City manager Pep Guardiola spent time with Fred – a midfielder he once liked to draw – in the tunnel area when the two sides started to leave the stadium.
& # 39; Unfortunately, we are still in a backward society, & # 39; Fred told ESPN Brazil. "We still have to live with that in 2019.
" I try not to worry about that. I try to look ahead. Unfortunately this happens in some stadiums. It happened here, it happened in Ukraine with some friends.
"It's sad, but we have to keep our heads and forget that. We cannot give them attention, because that is all they want. I spoke to the referee (Anthony Taylor) after the game, they will do something about it and that's all.
"Thank goodness I have many friends in the dressing room who hugged me, such as Lingard. I don't want to think about it. I just want to continue. & # 39;
Fred was also hit in the head by a lighter from a corner of the Etihad stadium. Ferdinand River was covered with a coin on the same side in 2012.
It is believed that objects were hurled to celebrate United players, because Marcus Rashford's penalty gave them a head start before the break. Chosen as the late kick-off of Saturday for broadcast purposes, the derby was vulnerable all afternoon. Fighting took place before and after the game.
Premier League DELAYED their TV distribution in February with top clubs still uncertain about how Champions League and Europa League knockout draw will end
- The Premier League matches broadcast have been confirmed to February
- It is confirmed that the February matches are confirmed by December 20
- English clubs await the Champions League draws and Europa League
- After that December 16, the Premier League can sort their games
The Premier League Premier League February competitions are announced no later than December 20, it has been confirmed.
Fans are waiting for their team's matches before they can book trips and accommodation for outings, and the competition has now confirmed their plans for announcing BT Sport and Sky Sports games.
With the Champions League and Europa League knockout phase takes place on Monday, December 16, the Premier League will then work out their own schedule in the following days before you announce them before the end of the week.
A statement on the Premier League website reads: & # 39; Allows the League int to take into account the outcome of the UEFA knockouts before the Premier League matches are assigned accordingly. & # 39;
Among the games in February, there will be the first player break for the mid season, with the game week 26 games spread over the weekends of 7-10 February and 14-17 February.
This pause plays a role after & # 39; positive discussions with the FA and EFL about the football calendar & # 39 ;, according to the Premier League.
Finally, football now dominates the conversation when the Ramsdale brothers are reunited.
With an older brother or sister, Edward – a rugby-playing prison officer – and another, Oliver – a West End star with Billy Elliott, Cats and Dirty Dancing on his resume – Aaron Ramsdale, the youngest of the three, had to work hard for years to make his voice heard.
Becoming the first goalie for Bournemouth and England & # 39; s under-21 have all changed that.
& # 39; You could no longer have three different jobs, & # 39; says Ramsdale, 21.
& # 39; It's pretty hard to keep your mind on what he's doing or what he's doing, but always come back to football now, so it's not really bothering me ! & # 39;
The Ramsdale family has not been surprising figures in its rise. His parents kicked off the sports trips of their sounds by introducing them to gymnastics before they could find their own way.
Meanwhile, his brothers help ensure that Ramsdale stays on the right side of the line when he threatens to enter his own words, too loud, opinionated, slash bordering on arrogant. & # 39;
Ramsdale refers to those traits several times, on every occasion with a cheeky smile that suggests he knows they are putting him in the strange place of trouble, but at the same time they are central to his makeup, so they don't go anywhere quickly.
& # 39; Edward is just waiting for me and beating me up & laughing, "Ramsdale laughs, about how his brothers control him together with Bournemouth & # 39; s goalkeeper trainers Neil Moss and Anthony White.
& # 39; Pins me down, grabs my thumb and I am like: & # 39; I need them! & # 39; He says: & # 39; I know, be careful what you say. & # 39;
& # 39; Many people say he is the stranger because I am doing so well, so is Oliver, and he is just a random normal man, a prison officer. He gets a lot of stick from dad, me, Olly, family, friends.
"But not mom. Everyone says things like & are you their brother? Where do your genes come from? "And stuff like that, so when he gets irritated, he pinches me.
"Olly is more sensitive. He will call me and talk to me. & # 39;
However, some Edward's stories will help Ramsdale maintain a sense of perspective as his profile continues to grow.
& # 39; He doesn't tell me much because he isn't allowed, but some things he can say definitely remind you of what you have. I have this opportunity now, so why should I do something stupid to waste it? & # 39;
While he gets up at his roller coaster, there were times when Ramsdale's chance almost slipped through his fingers between the crucial moments.
Staffordshire born and raised Ramsdale started in Bolton, and then grew up to idolize Trotters legend Jussi Jaaskelainen before moving on The age of 15 was released because he was unable to pedal and was considered too small.
& # 39; admitted, & Ramsdale admitted, who was 5ft8 in the time before a growth spurt soon helped to correct those shortcomings.
That first kickback, along with others in clubs such as Leicester and Rotherham – & # 39; Rotherham said I didn't fill up my shirt on 15. They weren't wrong, but I w only 15! & # 39; he said – & # 39; gave me a bit of stubbornness and borderline arrogance, & Ramsdale recalls.
"Gave me backbone, character. I thought & # 39; maybe I'm too shy & # 39; and because I am a little boy, I have to be able to adapt in other areas. & # 39;
Sheffield United took over Ramsdale and his faith was strengthened when he saw the challenge of & # 39; three or four triallists & # 39; after the Blades threatened to release him after his first season to finish his second place on the bench for Chris Wilder's first team.
At the time, Ramsdale wanted to stay in Bramall Lane with his friends in & # 39; one of the best dressing rooms I have ever been to & # 39; and be part of the Blades & # 39; 2016/17, finally successful League One promotion challenge.
Bournemouth had other ideas and broke up Ramsdale for around £ 1 million on the January deadline, although it was not easy to get into Eddie Howe & # 39; s side.
After sitting on the couch at Sheffield United, Ramsdale was initially unable to understand why he was not immediately considered at least the same in Bournemouth.
& # 39; This was where I was naive and had to grow up, & # 39; he says.
It required a number of hearts-in-hearts with Moss, loan spells in Chesterfield and AFC Wimbledon, and a dramatic change in mentality before he was deemed really ready.
When he wrestled Wimbledon AFC in January, Ramsdale & # 39; s greatest concern was simply avoiding a second relegation that Chesterfield had suffered in 2018.
& # 39; I remember coming to Chesterfield to train and one of the women at the office took her things around 9:00 & # 39; in the morning and that was terrible to see, & he said.
She just got fired because we didn't perform on the field. That was a real eye-opener, a terrible moment where you never want to be involved again. & # 39;
But it was during his Wimbledon spell that the penny also fell and a trial that first began on an earlier peptalk with Moss went overdrive
On May Day, the Gifts held their survival, Mark Travers got his debut back in Bournemouth against Tottenham.
With the game from Bournemouth at 12.30 p.m. and Wimbledon at 5.30 p.m., Ramsdale was able to see Travers's man-of-the-match screen 1-0 before the gifts later released their Great Escape pulled.
& # 39; That was my eye opener, & # 39; Ramsdale said. "On the one hand I think it should be me, on the other hand I see the manager playing a 19-year-old goalkeeper in the Premier League.
& # 39; Thinking what Mark does day-day in day out it was the beginning of the process. He is silent, does not go out. & # 39; Will stay here until 4, 5 hours to do ice baths, massages, NormaTech [compression therapy] where I would come in at 9 am, would first massage and would be out by 2:00 pm.
& I am trying to take things away from him, and he is a year younger, and some of the things like my loudness, stubbornness he is trying to add to his game. & # 39;
Ramsdale believes the changes he made were the key to impressing Howe in pre-season.
I have Ramsdale explained much more as a man & # 39 ;, "I was a boy and made stupid mistakes in the past two years and I came to him in the preseason and in Wimbledon [Howe] what I can trust. & # 39;
Which stupid mistakes? "Just be a boy and go out," Ramsdale said. "I went out at the wrong time, too often or I would have had a good week of training and then disappointed myself during the weekend.
" I had to show what I could do there [in training]. If I go out every week, I could not even give myself a chance to come for the manager. & # 39;
Ramsdale says that his approach was partly due to the youth, but also a continuation of the culture he had grown. was used to Sheffield United, where & # 39; although the dressing room was great and we won games, we [also] would go out a lot] & # 39;
He continued: & # 39; I had to be restarted [at Bournemouth]. There were times when I was at home staring at the ceiling for 2 hours and training too late and getting lean because I would sleep late.
& # 39; I didn't even go out but my body clock is everywhere. I cannot switch off. Now I feel refreshed every morning.
I have my routine, everything is certain, I feel healthier. If you saw me two years ago, I was a spotty child. I still have a few, but my skin is so much better, I don't look tired and torn. I don't rock to training with strange socks like I used to or clothes that didn't go. I actually look presentable now. I was really pathetic.
& # 39; Mossy and Ant were probably tearing their hair out with the thought & # 39; they signed the right person? & # 39; But that made me the person I am today and it has made me a better person. & # 39;
Ramsdale's reaction to the day before the season that he had won the four-sided battle, involving Asmir Begovic and Artur Boruc, to become Bournemouth's first choice, underlined his newly found maturity.
& # 39; Maybe I shouted from the rooftops a year ago, but now I have learned my lesson & # 39 ;, said Ramsdale, who received a congratulatory message from Jaaskelainen after his debut.
& # 39; It was one of my most proud days in football, if not the proudest [making his Premier League debut] and against my former club [Sheffield United] It made it even more special. & # 39;
With his natural confidence, Ramsdale has had few problems with washing up instructions for his considerably more experienced teammates and now he is regularly in the Premier League, hoping to make a late run for a place in the Euro 2020 team from England.
But the sympathetic stopper also has admirable self-awareness, which means he knows there is still work to do
& # 39; I am not a good keeper, & # 39; he admits. 'Never been. I don't get the same competitive advantage as on game day.
& # 39; It is that shot that goes into the corner and there is an additional five percent that you need to save it.
& # 39; There was one against Norwich, a shot by Teemu Pukki [he saved] and then one in training today, exactly the same, and I can't get there. We don't know why.
We are trying to work on it. That's why we bring more competitive things like leaderboards, whoever loses the coffee brings things like that. & # 39; ]
& # 39; I've always been a West Brom fan, and I signed a Ben Foster shirt when I was a kid so close that every team has someone like that & # 39; I always watched you all the time, & he said, remembering to come to Foster & # 39; s Watford last month.
& # 39; The other week when we played Man City and Bruyne walks past David Silva …
& # 39; I picked up Silva as he went down and VAR made the right [penalty] decision and thought: & # 39 ; this guy is a Wold Cup winner and two-time European champion and just chilling, chatting and having fun playing soccer & # 39; and I'm playing my third match in the Premier League.
& # 39; You look back on TV and you think "oh, that's me!"
"Watching me on Match Of The Day is ok. Gary Linkeker, Alan Shearer or Ian Wright calls his name or analyzes something you do & # 39 ;, says Ramsdale, blowing his cheeks.
& # 39; That's pretty big. & # 39;
Ramsdale may have to get used to proof of his state of life among the sticks for Bournemouth.
& # 39; He showed repeated disregard for the club's values & # 39 ;: Turkish midfielder Cenk Sahin is released by the German outfit St. Pauli after social media after declaring support for his military invasion in North Syria
- Cenk Sahin was fired with immediate effect after his Instagram post
- In the now removed post he showed support for the operation of Turkey in Syria
- St. Pauli fans were furious and demanded that he be released by the club
- The Sahin contract remains, but can train for other clubs
Turkish midfielder Cenk Sahin has been released by the German team St Pauli after his Instagram post to support his military invasion in northern Syria
Turkey sent troops to Kurdish territories of Syria and Sahin's support for the operation caused a stir among some supporters of the second division.
& # 39; Cenk Sahin has been released with immediate effect from his training and duties & # 39 ;, St Pauli said in a statement.
& # 39; The most important factors in making decisions were his repeated disregard for the values of the club and the need to protect the player. & # 39;
Sahin published the now deleted post on Friday. Many St. Pauli fans called for the player's dismissal while the club investigated the episode.
The 25-year-old joined St Pauli in Istanbul Basaksehir in 2016. He had played 61 games for the Bundesliga 2 club and scored six times.
Dwight McNeil reveals that he was released by Manchester United at the age of 14 because his SET PIECES were not good enough … despite Burnley using him as a corner writer
- Dwight McNeil has already collected two assists for Burnley this campaign
- But Manchester United let him go on 14 about the quality of his set pieces
- United have not scored from a corner or free kick since February in the league
Manchester United has released Dwight McNeil on 14 because of his set pieces were not considered good enough.
McNeil was forced to look elsewhere, but has not looked back since joining Burnley
The winger, set for an England debut under 21 in Slovenia on Friday, already has 30 Premier League appearances for Sean Dyche and have two assists this season.
Although McNeil's decor pieces have become an important part of Burnley & # 39; s style, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer & # 39; s United has not scored in a corner or free kick since February. Premier League.
Strangely enough, one of the reasons I was released because my set of pieces were not the best, "said the 19-year-old.
& # 39; very disturbing time for me It was my boys club of my dreams I am still a fan of United, despite what happened.
& # 39; Going to Burnley was a very good decision we made at the time
I think about the general and have become a more mature person. That helps me in the dressing room and the people I get around, the coaching staff and the giver we have in the club.
& # 39; I have become more mature, more calm and confident in myself and more relaxed both on the field and outside the field. & # 39;
McNeil played alongside Angel Gomes, Mason Greenwood, Brandon Williams and James Garner at United Academy, with all four now debuting in the first team.
Burnley boss Dyche recently claimed that McNeil, who has three goals for his name, will outgrow the club & # 39; and revealed that he is wary of coaching him & # 39; & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The gaffer lets me figure it out myself, which I think is good for my development, & # 39; McNeil added.
& # 39; He and the coaches will talk to me when needed, if I am doing well and not so well.
& # 39; They help me in and out of possession because as a player I grow up, tactical and physical. I will give everything I have to help the team. & # 39;
Footage released of unique field transition at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium of football to NFL
- Sunday evening, the first NFL game is held at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
- There is a capacity of 60,000 places for two games per season for the next 10 years
The NFL has released a timelapse video of the pitch transition at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium from football to American football.
The stadium with 60,000 capacity will organize its first NFL game on Sunday, while the Chicago Bears are facing the Oakland Raiders.
The new Tottenham stadium was specifically built to cater for both sports, and a time-lapse video of the field crossing illustrates the genius in the stadium's design.
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The lawn used for Tottenham games is retractable, with an artificial grass used for NFL below.
From start to finish, it takes 25 minutes to retract the pitch and 99 steel trays have been combined to form the sliding pitch.
The turf is in three-pitch-long steel sections of more than 3,000 tons each.
Sections extend simultaneously before they are moved sideways to create the seamless surface.
Once all sections are connected, the hydraulic sliders cancel to bring the touchlines to the same level as the pitch.
Nevertheless, the lawn is not damaged, because it can be stored in a garage for up to 10 days thanks to LED lighting, cooling and irrigation systems.
Hence, both NFL games take place in the stadium for seven days, so that the transition can be reversed in time for the next Tottenham home show, which is against Watford on October 19.
Barcelona announces that the documentary will be released behind the scenes in November … and it includes dressing room insight from his devastating loss against Liverpool last season
- A documentary about Barcelona & # 39 ; s 2018/19 season will be available in November
- There will be eight episodes of 45 minutes around eight major competitions
- One of them will focus on shock Champions League defeat by Liverpool
A brand new documentary with images behind the scenes of Barcelona The 2018 season / 19 of is planned.
After Having been 3-0 higher after the first leg, the Catalan giants suffered a loss of 4-0 in Anfield, with the episode with images from the dressing room after the game.
Each of the 45-minute episodes is told by Hollywood legend John Malkovic and the series appears in Europe in November on Rakuten TV.
Other targeted games are the 5-1 El Clasico victory over Real Madrid in Camp Nou and the Copa del Rey match in Santiago Bernabéu that ended in 0-3.
There will also be insights into the life of the players outside the field, including social events and barbecue in the home of Luis Suarez.