Joe Hart's farewell and more manager-player disagreements
August 25, 2016
Here we go again bringing you the latest news in football where an emotional Joe Hart's had the opportunity to say goodbye to Manchester City fans. The England National Team goalkeeper was the captain in Pep Guardiola's starting XI during the 1-0 home victory against Steaua Bucharest confirming City participation in the UEFA Champions League group stage.
In other news, Daniel Sturridge is the new addition to the manager-player list of disagreements. The Liverpool attacker says that he is unhappy playing wide, the new role that Jurgen Klopp gave to him. The 26-year-old said he will do it for the team, though.
UEFA Champions League's group stage draw will be later on the day and the Spanish newspaper Marca left Lionel Messi out of their front page today because, for them, there are just three stars from La Liga in Champions League; Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Antoine Griezmann.
Mundo Deportivo played it cheeky flagging the possibility that Manchester City with Pep Guardiola and their new goalkeeper Claudio Bravo could be drawn in the same group with Barcelona or Real Madrid.
Italian Tuttosport put the light over Serie A side Juventus and their "120 millions of reasons to win" [the Champions League] and finally La Gazzetta dello Sport gave more importance to the horrible earthquake that left more than 150 deaths so far but also highlighted the intense bid that Juventus have to get the services of PSG central midfielder Blaise Matuidi.