Emre Can may have played his last game for Liverpool, as he is reportedly losing his race to be fit for the Champions League final. The Terriers will likely need to find the back of the net if they are going to avoid relegation. He has 42 goals in 100 appearances for his national side and is easily one of the most experienced strikers in world football at the moment.
‘This is an absolute over-achievement.
Traore has enjoyed a fine season at the Riverside Stadium and pocketed a hat-trick of awards at Boro’s Player of the Year dinner yesterday evening. It’s nearly like: ‘You score four, we’ll score five.’ That’s the way we’ve been playing. We didn’t rely on anyone else, we did it ourselves.
On a scorching afternoon in the capital it required a great deal of commitment to ensure Chelsea saw the game out, and the players responded by giving their all, with eight of the 11 starters covering over 10 km in the Bank Holiday heat.
‘I never doubted their mental strength.
The 48-year-old is widely expected to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of the season following a disappointing campaign, while he has had several fallings out with the club’s hierarchy over transfer policy.
‘In this very exciting week with proper Premier League fixtures we have confirmed everything, we have done it.
Writing in his Team of the Week column, Crooks said: “He has been so good at what he does I’ve nearly run out of things to say about this player”. Huddersfield along with Swansea have scored the fewest goals in the Premier League this season.
“Of course we want to show everyone what we can do”. That is the town, and the club’.
Huddersfield have held the champions from the past two seasons in the last four days to ensure they can not now finish in the Premier League’s bottom three.
“It’s very hard to explain the draw today, because when you have 82 percent possession and create many chances, concede only counterattack and draw the game.it’s very hard to explain”, he said.
Chelsea coach Antonio Conte is disappointed by how his team’s season has played out and criticised the “stupid way” in which they had dropped points after dominating games.
The Reds’ Champions League run began in the qualifying play-off last August and they had navigated the entire competition without defeat until two late goals in Rome consigned them to a 4-2 loss on the night.