& # 39; If we experiment against the US, we are defeated & # 39 ;: Phil Neville is not at risk with his team from England in an attempt to capture hosts at SheBelieves Cup
- Phil Neville will not change his England team too much to beat the US next month
- England's manager named his team for the tournament on Tuesday
- ] The Neville team is underperforming since the World Cup exploits
- He says the lionesses are still putting an end to the closing of the gap with the Americans
Phil Neville insists that he will not experiment with his team during their defense of the SheBelieves Cup next month because of the fear of being punished by rivals USA.
The England manager who described some of his last six versions as & # 39; unacceptable & # 39; noted, admitted that they are still a way to close the gap with the dual world champions. But that remains his ambition.
Neville said: & # 39; If we experiment against the US, we are defeated.
Lionesses boss Phil Neville announced his team of 23 players for the tournament on Tuesday
] LIONESSES SQUAD FOR SHE BELIEVES CUP
Millie Bright (Chelsea), Lucy Bronze (Lyon), Rachel Daly (Houston Dash), Toni Duggan (Atletico Madrid), Beth England (Chelsea), Grace Fisk (West Ham), Alex Greenwood (Lyon), Lauren Hemp (Manchester United), Steph Houghton (Manchester City), Chloe Kelly (Everton), Sandy MacIver (Everton), Abbie McManus (Manchester United), Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal), Nikita Parris (Lyon), Ellie Roebuck (Manchester City), Jill Scott (Manchester City), Lucy Staniforth (Birmingham), Georgia Stanway (Manchester City), Carly Telford (Chelsea), Demi Stokes (Manchester City), Keira Walsh (Manchester) City), Ellen White (Manchester City), Leah Williamson (Arsenal)
& # 39; You must use every golfcl in the bag and use all the ammunition you have to defeat these teams.
& # 39; We must go outside and deliver in a way that we probably have not done in the last six games.
& # 39; Sometimes we have to check the reality and accept that we are not in all facets where we want to be.
& # 39; The games we played against the US have been our biggest tests but we want to catch up. That is the goal. & # 39;
After consistently promising to give young players a chance, the 23-man team named Neville sees Tuesday, West Ham defender Grace Fisk, 22, earning her first senior call-up and form Everton striker Chloe Kelly, 22, who made a senior appearance in November 2018, also makes the cut.
Birmingham goalkeeper Hannah Hampton, 19, and American striker Alessia Russo, 21, join as trainer players.
I don't look at age, & # 39; Neville added.
& # 39; Whether you are older than 30 or younger than 20 I look at the quality and what you can bring to the team. Until you give young players a chance, you never know if they can step up. & # 39;
England opens their SheBelieves Cup campaign against the US side of Vlatko Andonovski in Orlando.
Martin Braithwaite will not be able to replace Leganes & # 39; as Barcelona £ 17m striker as emergency signaling for injured Ousmane Dembele
The Frenchman has been locked out for six years with a hamstring tear after an operation in Finland last week, and the severity of the injury has given LaLiga the Catalan giants the green light to seek cover.
Barcelona looks at Martin Braithwaite's Leganes striker but Leganes will not be able to sign their own replacement, according to Spanish outlet SPORT .
The Spanish giants are desperately looking for a striker to replace the injured duo Luis Suarez and Dembele, both of whom are long gone.
Barcelona has until March 6 to sign a player who currently trades in the Spanish top division or is a free agent, but the new addition can only play in LaLiga matches.
The green light was then given on Monday morning after the committee confirmed the injury as a long-term dismissal, which according to LaLiga regulations is a problem that keeps a player out for at least five months.
Braithwaite & # 39; s agent Hasan Cetinkaya is in Barcelona to discuss a possible switch for his client, according to Brand .
The Danish striker has scored six goals and given one assist for wrestling with Leganes in 24 LaLiga games this season.
Braithwaite scored only nine times in 40 appearances during his two-year stint in Middlesbrough, after becoming a member of the Ligue 1 club in Toulouse in 2017.
& # 39; I don't think he was as dominant as the points played last season & # 39 ;: David Coulthard believes that Lewis Hamilton's F1 regime will not last much longer, but wants Brit Michael Schumacher & # 39; s record of seven titles surpasses
- Lewis Hamilton enters the next season as a clear favorite to triumph again
- The Brit wants Michael Schumacher & # 39; s record of seven world titles 
- Hamilton won his sixth champion title at the United States Grand Prix last sixth
- David Coulthard believes that Hamilton will no longer have it his own way
David Coulthard believes Lewis Hamilton & # 39; s dominance in F1 won't last much longer because he wants to be the most decorated driver ever.
Hamilton enters the new season, starting at the Australian Grand Prix on March 15, as a clear favorite to claim his seventh world title and draw level with German legend Michael Schumacher.
The Brit claimed his fifth championship title in six seasons in Austin last November and ended his campaign with a remarkable 11 wins and 17 stages – equaling the all-time record for the fourth time – and achieving five pole positions
Hamilton is also only seven victories shy for the German record ever of 91 and while he is set to break Schumacher's remarkable achievement, Coulthard claims he doesn't have it too much anymore in its own way.
When asked by Sportsmail if Hamilton would still dominate in the coming years, Coulthard – who was talking about unveiling Scuderia AlphaTauri & # 39; s new car for the 2020 season on Friday – replied: & # 39 ;I do not see it.
& # 39; He was occasionally run by Valtteri Bottas last year, but he had a very strong base and he is an exceptional driver, so he delivered more often than not.
"I don't think it was a year as dominant as perhaps the points played, but he is the [Ayrton] Senna, Schumacher of this generation.
" I want him to record breaks, records are there to be broken. However, it does not change anything in the history books if Hamilton does. We would certainly continue to refer to Michael. & # 39;
Hamilton added a special honor to his collection on Monday evening after winning the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year award alongside football icon Lionel Messi. The two brought Tiger Woods, Rafael Nadal, Marc Marquez and Eliud Kipchoge to the accolade.
A talent that wants to test the dominance of the Mercedes driver in 2020 is Charles Leclerc of Ferrari, who had a great season at the top of the rankings.
The 22-year-old, born in Monte Carlo, fourth in the championship behind Hamilton, Bottas and Max Verstappen.
He recorded ten podium places, two wins, four fastest laps and most pole positions of every driver last season, and big things are now certainly expected of him.
Leclerc, in addition to Verstappen, is expected to enjoy great championship wrestles in the future and for the new season, Coulthard claims that this will be a promising year for the Ferrari man.
& # 39; The second year in marriage is the second year of itching. In motor sport, itching in the second year is certainly true, & said Coulthard, who raced for Williams (1994-95), McLaren (1996-2004) and Red Bull (2005-08).
& # 39; He has shown what he could do with Alfa Romeo, he is a natural talent. I look back on my own career while I was at Williams in 1995 – I had four pole positions in a row and I was never really considered a qualifier, but I was just as pressureless and expected and I delivered pole positions.
& # 39; I did not convert them because I did not have the experience and I made mistakes, but as you go further in your career, it becomes a different pressure.
& # 39; So I think this will be a very promising year for Charles.
& # 39; The small mistake in qualifying in Azerbaijan, where he crashed the car, and things like that, he might smooth them out.
& # 39; Not entirely because Lewis is still making mistakes, and clearly Sebastian Vettel made quite a few mistakes last year. But it will be interesting. & # 39;
& # 39; I think they will lose one game & # 39 ;: Liverpool legend John Barnes believes that the side of Jurgen Klopp will not mimic the invincibility of Arsenal by remaining unbeaten throughout the season of the Premier League
- John Barnes believes Liverpool is not going through the Premier League unbeaten season by thinking that they are Arsenal & # 39; s accomplishment of 2003-04
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After having played 25 league games this campaign, Liverpool must still be on track to match the remarkable achievement of Arsenal from the 2003-04 campaign.
However, Barnes believes that the team of Jurgen Klopp will slip away at some point during the next 13 games.
Barnes, who played for Liverpool between 1987 and 1997, told Bonus Code Bets : I think they the whole season can go undefeated, but I don't think so. I think they will lose one game, but in the end they will still win the title comfortably.
& # 39; Ultimately, it is not important that Liverpool goes unbeaten, it is important to win the competition. I don't see them fall short against Norwich this weekend, but they are beating before the end of the season and that's fine.
REMAINING FIXTURES OF LIVERPOOL
Saturday – Norwich (off)
– 24 February – 24 February – 24 February West Ham (home)
29 February – Watford (off)
March 3 – Bournemouth (home)
March 1945 – Everton (off)
21 March – Crystal Palace (home)
4 April – Manchester City (road)
11 April – Aston Villa (home)
April 18 – Brighton (road)
] April 25 – Burnley (home)
2 May – Arsenal (off)
9 May – Chelsea (home)
17 May – Newcastle (off)
& # 39; No matter how well your team is doing, because it's the kind of competition where something can happen and a shock result can hit anyone, upper or lower half.
& # 39; I cannot predict which games they will lose, but I think they will be beaten this season. & # 39;
There are still a number of tests for Liverpool as they face the season without defeat.
For example, next month they are faced with rivals Everton away, while in April they travel to the Etihad Stadium take on Manchester City.
In May, Liverpool organizes Arsenal, which is determined to prevent its opponents from equalizing their historic success. Liverpool is also host to Chelsea in their last home game of the season.
Liverpool could also break the record of Arsenal with 49 undefeated games, with the Merseyside club playing 42 games without defeat.
Regardless of whether they remain unbeaten, Liverpool almost certainly seems to win the title for the first time in 30 years – they are currently no less than 22 points above Manchester City, which are second.
& # 39; Liverpool has disappeared for 29 years without the title and there is no reason why Man United will not suffer the same & # 39 ;: Sir Geoff Hurst says the Old Trafford club does not only bounce back to size, despite £ 150 million spending
- Man United spent £ 150 million in the summer for three new players
- It's the newest remodeling assignment in Old Trafford while they trying to return to the top four
- He says that United may go three decades without winning the title as Liverpool
But hero 1966 Sir Geoff Hurst believes that such an edition is no guarantee of success
PSG boss Thomas Tuchel insists that he will not rush Neymar back despite Champions League draw against Borussia Dortmund only a week away
- Neymar has the last two games of Paris Saint Germain missed after his injury games
- The Brazilian suffered a rib injury during the 5-0 thrashing of Montpellier
- Neymar returned to training on Friday but Thomas Tuchel won & # 39; hurry it back
Neymar has missed the last two wins from PSG after a rib injury during the 5-0 thrashing of Montpellier at the start of the month.
The 28-year-old returned to training last Friday, but Tuchel admits that there is no pressure on him to play as quickly as possible.
In anticipation of PSG's quarterfinals against Dijon – and a week before their trip to Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League – Tuchel said: & Neimar is wounded, we must be patient and careful with
& # 39; We are going to decide [if he can play] after training. & # 39;
Tuchel also gave an update on the fitness of central defender Marquinhos, who injured his hamstring at the end of January.
Tuchel said: "Honestly, I can only decide after Amiens [Ligue 1 clash on Saturday]. As you know, I never want to play without Marqui. & # 39;
Odion Ighalo will NOT travel to the Manchester United training camp in Marbella due to fears that he may not return to the UK due to the Coronavirus threat. sharpen after Coronavirus outbreak
Odion Ighalo does not participate in his Manchester United teammates in their Marbella training camp because of the fear that he may not return to the country.
United are afraid that British immigration could tighten border restrictions after the outbreak of Coronavirus, which could prevent the striker from returning to England.
Ighalo was moved to United on a six-month transaction date from the Shanghai club Shanghai Shenhua to transfer deadline day .
Coronavirus originated in China and has since been upgraded to a global emergency, with strict travel restrictions that apply to travel to and from and from China.
British border control is currently overseeing people who have traveled from China to England in the last 14 days – including Ighalo.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer revealed the 30-year-old will be left behind in Manchester and working on his condition with a performance coach.
He said: & # 39; Odion [Ighalo] will stay in Manchester because he has been coming from China for 14 days and the news from the Viru there we are not sure if he may be admitted back to England as he leaves the country again, so he continues to work here with a personal coach, an individual program and his family and can therefore settle in England. & # 39;
Ighalo made contact with performance coach Wayne Richardson, who e worked with Mario Balotelli, and has double sessions alongside the Team GB Taekwondo team.
Ighalo had just started pre-season training with Shanghai before moving his shock to United, but worked hard to make a flying start to live on Old Trafford.
& # 39; We've done the testing & # 39 ;, says Richardson. & # 39; We have done sustainable work, strength and condition, flexibility and mobility. There were sprint tests over five, 10, 15, 20 meters, one rep max, isometric pulls and mid-thigh pulls to see where he is.
& # 39; From there we can give him endurance work, run from box to box, change direction, change speed. Ankle, knee and hip movements look at his sprinting, what he can do from the ball, analysis is fed back to the player. & # 39;
Chris Wilder doesn't let his Sheffield United heroes relax after winning the Crystal Palace at £ 22m. Sander Berge arrives to propel the cargo for Europe
Sheffield United & # 39; s The hardest task until the end of the season will be not to look down. overwhelming victory in Selhurst Park – sealed by a Vicente Guaita howler monkey on the hour – that set them up Manchester United and Wolves .
arched No Sheffield United side has been climbing so high for 45 years.
The initial success of this team was treated as an outlier, one that would be corrected when opponents had the novelty of their overlapping middle back to bed brought.
But with two thirds of the season, the side of Chris Wilder is still noses, but perhaps no longer as victors. The sixth is the least they deserve this season.
Apparently the club hierarchy agrees, supporting Wilder on the transfer market with the £ 22 million signing of 6ft 5in Norwegian Sander Berge last week. Berge, who was thrown directly into the base on Saturday, is the fifth player for whom Sheffield United has broken his transfer record in the past eight months.
For Wilder, Berge is about lighting a fire among the rest of the team to keep them on the hunt for a first chance at European football in the 131-year history of the club.
& # 39; It gave everyone a lift, & # 39; Wilder said. & # 39; If you bring in people in January, the bar for the other players is raised. It is certainly done this week and it will suffice to enter the second part of the season.
& # 39; We have real competition throughout the park and players have to face that challenge.
& # 39; That was why I was so happy with John Lundstram and his attitude towards it (dropped for Berge). He came today and showed, "You're going to have a problem here." I expect that from everyone. & # 39;
Berge added to rental loans Richairo Zivkovic and Panagiotis Retsos, £ 1 m Jack Robinson left Middlesbrough and free agent Jack Rodwell in January, in time for a series of fixtures that should test Wilder asks To focus of his players. Bournemouth, Brighton and Norwich all come to the Steel City for a trip to Newcastle.
If Sheffield United takes a European tilt seriously, they must all score 12 points.
& # 39; We're in a great place as a football club, & # 39; Wilder added. "With the quality that we have signed, the results we get and the achievements we get – even when we are not at our best.
" But the key is not to support yourself. Many good things happen in the football club, but we must continue with the next challenge. & # 39;
Leicester prop Ellis Genge sees no red when England head coach Eddie Jones understands him again
- Genge is not sure what else he can do to convince Jones to choose him
- Leicester's raging bull gag had limited playing time at the World Cup
- He again became third choice behind Mako Vunipola and Joe Marler
Ellis Genge is not sure what else he can do Eddie Jones to choose him – but he has promised not to sulk if he is left out of competition day 23 of England again.
Leicester's raging bull-prop had limited playing time at the World Cup and he is set to be the third-choice loose head behind Mako Vunipola and Joe Marler again.
Asked how he can prove his personal ambition to the head coach, Genge said: & # 39; F ** k knows man. I don't know I did it all to talk to him.
& I think the biggest thing is, if you don't get picked, don't throw your toys from the cradle. Don't sulk. No one has ever been plucked from the back of mugs, otherwise I'd start sulking!
"It doesn't play well. It's tough, but you have to keep your head down and keep working.
He (Jones) is an honest man. If he thinks you should play, you will play. He does not hold a grudge. He puts everything on the table. He doesn't work in the shade. & # 39;
Paul Gustard insists that the degradation of Saracens will not change the approach of Harlequins while being confronted in the midst of the demise of the premiership of Sarries.
- Harlequins will end their approach Sunday did not change despite Saracens & # 39; relegation
- The degradation of Saracens after violation of salary limits was confirmed last weekend
- The parties clash on Sunday at Twickenham Stoop while the Quins insist the top six
Degraded Saracens embark on a journey of 14 games to the championship when they tackle Harlequins on Sunday.
The prevailing demise of English and European champions was confirmed by Premiership Rugby last weekend after non-compliance with the £ 7 million salary limit this season.
On the back they had docked 35 league points and fined £ 5.36 million in November for breaching salary limits during the last three campaigns.
Lying 18 points drifting from the 11th placed Leicester, that is now irrelevant, with clubs like the Tigers and wasps, on the 10th, knowing that they are being safely dragged into a relegation aerial combat.
With Saracens down, this probably means a surreal atmosphere in the Twickenham Stoop, where Quins will continue to fight for a top six place.
& # 39; As always, it will be a fiercely contested competition, & # 39; said Quins head of rugby Paul Gustard.
& # 39; We have a lot of respect for Saracens as a rugby team and know that we have to be at our best to get the desired result.
& # 39; Both sides have equal numbers of players due to injuries or internationals. We want to continue to develop our game and move on.
& # 39; We have had a good week of training in preparation for this competition and we are confident to enter the game. & # 39;
Chris Robshaw returns to Captain Quins, while Matt Symons and Stephan Lewies forge the second-row combination and Paul Lasike is back after an injury.
Saracens show six changes in the peloton, with only prop Vincent Koch and number eight Jackson Wray remaining after last weekend's victory over Racing 92 which secured a quarter-final place in the Heineken Champions Cup.
Manu Vunipola and Richard Wigglesworth work together again on half-back, and Alex Lozowski returns to midfield alongside skipper Brad Barritt.
Meanwhile, the bank includes academy couple Callum Hunter-Hill and Joel Kpoku, with Elliott Obatoyinbo ready for a possible premier debut.