AC Milan was banned to attend the Europa League 2019-2020

The Italian club received a penalty, after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) ruled that Milan violated the Financial Fairness Act (FFP).

AC Milan spends over the allowable limits of FFP for the period 2016-2018. In the period 2015-2017, the red-shirt club also lost more than 36 million USD – the threshold allowed by FFP. Failure to improve losses in two consecutive accounting periods, Milan received a penalty from the European Football Federation (UEFA).

In the period 2015-2017, Milan spent USD 260 million on transfers. They also swung money to recruit players in 2018, but had no positive financial results. They were banned from the European Cup last year by UEFA, but appealed to CAS successfully.

However, this time, Milan accepted the penalty after CAS ruled that the Italian club had violated FFP. Director Ivan Gazidis is seeking to help the San Siro club balance the finance.

Losing tickets to the Europa League does not disappoint Milan fans. This is an opportunity for teachers and coaches Marco Giampaolo to focus on winning tickets to Champions League 2020-2021. Last season, Milan lost tickets to the prestigious European tournament in the final round. They finish fifth, one point behind Atalanta and Inter Milan – two teams in the Champions League.

AC Milan was disqualified, meaning that the Serie A Europa League qualification will be transferred to Torino, the seventh-ranked team last season. The Turin club will start from the second qualifying round, while Roma and Lazio will gain the right to go straight to the Europa League group stage.

This is definitely not good news for Marco Giampaolo. He has recently been allowed to replace Gattuso in leading AC Milan not a long time ago. The departure of Milan from the European Cup will seriously affect the Rossoneri transfer plan this summer.

Five Highest-Paid Football Players In The World (part 2)

3. Neymar

Neymar, whose full name is Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, is the third-highest-paid football player. He earns a total $90 million, including $73 million that he makes through salary and winnings along with $17 million that he makes from endorsements. The Brazilian forward signed a contract that has a five-year duration with Paris Saint-Germain in August 2017.

He also works with global sponsors such as Nike, Red Bull, and McDonald’s. Neymar was also the world’s first football player to have his own custom Air Jordan sneakers that were made by the Swoosh.

4. Gareth Bale

The Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale clocks in this list as the fourth-highest-paid football player, making $34.6 million, including $28.6 million that he makes through salary and winnings along with $6 million that he makes from endorsements. His transfer from Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid in 2013 was one of the ten most expensive transfers in the history of the football club.

Gareth Bale is originally from Wales. In May 2018, he scored 2 goals, consisting of an iconic bicycle kick which led his team to a third consecutive Champions League title. In 2016, Gareth Bale signed a contract extension with the club Real Madrid through June 2022. Gareth Bale also has a deal with Adidas through 2020.

5. Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba is the fifth-highest-paid football player in this list. He makes $29.5 million in total, consisting of the $25 million that he makes through salary and winnings along with the $4.5 million that he earns from endorsements.

Paul Pogba is originally from France. He plays midfield for the famous football club Manchester United. His five-year contract with the club pays an annual salary of at least $20 million. Paul Pogba has a deal with Adidas for ten years.

The peak of wisdom of football players

In stories about the journey to the top of football legends, most are based on a basic outline: being born in a poor family, going to school is mischievous, or the family has no conditions . That means, the time for a professional football player to go to school is very little.

Even the most prestigious European newspaper AS of Spain, five years ago, it was reported that, for every 120 professional players at the Spanish national campaign, only one took get a university degree. Soon after, a controversy took place, it was said, the fact that the professional players in Spain did not have much scientific knowledge, at least incomparably to the students who went through four year in university .

Kết quả hình ảnh cho Ken Bray

Not only the work of Ken Bray or Carlisle’s statement, the AS also has independent and affirmative research, professional football players, at the age of 20, have flashy thinking faster than 2.5 times. Excellent students do not play football. They also concluded after a lot of algorithms detailing that, in a dispute on the pitch, a professional player will think of adjusting a total of 15 body movements within 0.5 seconds.

In it, there is the action of handling the ball, handling situations, self-defense and even tricks in it. A more specific, more detailed study was conducted in 2014 with 100 reputable players, with the same cost up to millions of dollars.

From the past to the present, the world has acknowledged that the superlative brain belongs to the great scientist Albert Einstein, with IQ 160. But that can become a thing of the past, when world football reaches professional … super-tall.

The same AS, after studying, surveying and evaluating IQ, came to the conclusion that everyone was surprised, to the point that many people still doubt. That is the high IQ of the players Einstein, even higher. That’s the case of midfielder Gerard Pique with IQ up to 170. That means, Pique can think of Einstein’s relativity theory within … a note.

La Liga chairman called on UEFA to punish Man City and PSG

Javier Tebas criticized the two clubs for using “financial doping” and considered it a threat of world football.        

“Clubs run by the state, they are an unprecedented threat to football. They operate completely off-limits and increase the risk of market inflation to the point of harm through their financial doping. “, Tebas said on the program Totally Football Show.

At the end of May, Tebas claimed that Man City and PSG are destroying football. He called the two clubs “state clubs”, strongly backed by Middle Eastern bosses. Tebas said Man City and PSG spent money uncontrollably, causing damage to other clubs in Europe. This comment by Tebas was rejected by PSG and Man City leaders.

“European football authorities need to show a stronger commitment to healthy football. They need to come up with measures to limit spending with state clubs like City or PSG, to they can’t throw money at the bluff, they need to give tougher penalties to the Financial Justice Law, which I think lacks deterrence to this point, “Tebas said.

Man City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak mentioned that Real and Barca also made the world’s most expensive contracts, with Luis Figo or Zinedine Zidane, to emphasize that La Liga also has no financial limitations. with the club. However, this view was rejected by Tebas.

In Europe, there are always big teams and they can cause distortions. If the spending is not controlled, in the case of Spain, we have tried to reduce debt to the lowest level in history in the past few years, we do not want our big clubs to have a lot of money. more money if other teams don’t have money “.

Four teams in the Champions League semi-finals can receive tickets next season

UEFA president, Ceferin, gave some reform ideas, to help European Cup more attractive.

One of the biggest ideas, according to the Times, is to allow four Champions League semi-finals to qualify for next season’s tournament. This is a breakthrough compared to the current regulation, which only allows teams to include the Champions League champions, Europa League champions and the top teams of European national championships.

Winning penalty shootout over AC Milan, MU can not be ICC 2019 champion

Beating Milan 5-4 in the penalty shootout, Man Utd just won 2 more points. With 8 points, “Red Devils” could not take the top place of Benfica (9 points) at ICC 2019 and missed the chance to be the champion in ICC 2019.

Not playing with the best team in the final match at ICC 2019 but Man Utd still follow high-pressing way and cornering into the opponent’s field right after the opening whistle. The pressure of the Reds paid off in the 14th minute with Rashford’s goal. The English striker went relatively easily from the left before launching a shot to defeat goalkeeper Donnarumma.

AC Milan tried to attack immediately after the goal. Even when they were struggling with finding De Gea goal, they suddenly got a goal. In 26 minutes, Suso sent a beautiful left-footed shot from outside the box to set the score 1-1 after the first 45 minutes.

In the end of fist haft, Milan is the better team. However, the striker Krzysztof Piatek lacks a bit of luck in two situations facing David De Gea. The first half ended with a 1-1 draw.

AC Milan was the more active team in the second half. After several missed opportunities, Serie A representatives scored a goal to lift the score to 2-1 after Lindelof’s own goal in the 60th minute.

After the goal, Solskjaer coach made many changes. Jesse Lingard came on and didn’t take much time to score a 2-2 equalizer for Manchester United in the 72nd minute, following the path of Marcus Rashford.

At the last minute, the pressure weighed on the goal of Pepe Reina. Strange young MU play full of confidence but lacks accuracy in the decisive phase. The match ended with a 2-2 draw.

The two teams had to settle on the 11th minute when 90 minutes ended with a 2-2 draw. All 5 players of MU finished exactly while Daniel was the only one who failed the Milan side.

Can only beat AC Milan on penalty points, Man United missed an appointment with the championship ICC 2019.

MU Great Chelsea battle right in the opening round of the Premier League

Manchester United will face Chelsea in the opening game of the English Premier League in the 2019/2020 season, while Manchester City and Liverpool only have to meet their opponents.

The Premier League schedule for the 2019/2020 season has just been officially announced. Notably, the opening day of the new season in the mist will see the confrontation between the two greatest teams in England: Manchester United and Chelsea.

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Specifically, coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team will encounter Chelsea at 22:30 on Sunday 11 August. This is the most remarkable match in the first round. At the first full season with MU, Solskjaer had to face a very difficult challenge even though his opponent Chelsea no longer had Eden Hazard and could not sign any new player in this summer.

Currently, the transfer of MU still makes fans worried. There are no truly outstanding faces who landed Old Trafford to join the Red Devils to carry out the revolution of human resources.

Meanwhile, the opening match will take place between Liverpool and rookie Norwich City on 2:00 am on Saturday 10 August. Both Arsenal, Tottenham, and Manchester City promise a smooth start when they encounter opponents who are easy to breathe.

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However, the joy of Champions League side Tottenham is only stopped in the first round. The first 4 matches, Tottenham will have to face both Man City and Arsenal – very heavy opponents.

Meanwhile, Man City has a relatively favorable schedule. The first 6 rounds, Pep Guardiola’s team only have to meet West Ham, Tottenham, AFC Bournemouth, Brighton & Hove Albion, Norwich City and Watford. The difficulty came only in November when Man City had to meet Chelsea and MU in a row.

Chelsea, the third team last season, will fight without Hazard in the squad. After a trip to Manchester United in the first round, Chelsea will host Leicester City on home soil before meeting two rookies Norwich and Sheffield United.

Five Highest-Paid Football Players In The World (part 1)

Football is considered as the most popular sport over the globe. These are the top five highest-paid football players in the present.

1. Lionel Messi

Lionel Andres Messi is the forward of FC Barcelona. He is the highest-paid football player and also the second-highest-paid athlete in the world, earning $111 million and taking home $84 million in salary and winnings as well as another $27 million in endorsements.

At the age of 13, Messi moved to Spain as FC Barcelona agreed to pay for his medical treatments. Eventually, the Argentinian football superstar led the club to championships. He set a world record for the footballer scoring most goals in a calendar year in 2012.

In November 2017, he signed a contract extension with Barcelona to stay with the club through the 2020–21 season with the promise of an at least $80 million annual salary and bonus.

The Barcelona forward also has a lifetime deal with Adidas. His other deals include Pepsi, Gatorade, and Huawei. A Messi theme park, named Messi Experience Park, is planned to open in 2020 in Nanjing, China.

Messi calls Castelldefels, Spain, home and is married with three kids.

2. Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo is ranked as the second-highest-paid football player and the third-highest-paid athlete by Forbes. He took home a whopping total of $108 million, including $61 million in salary and winnings from Real Madrid club and $47 million in endorsements. He has been a forward on the Portugal national teams and Real Madrid.

Although he exited the 2018 World Cup early, Ronaldo remained in the public eyes as news broke that he transferred to Juventus on a four-year deal with the transfer fee totaled up to $140 million. His net annual salary will reportedly be $35 million.

In 2017, Ronaldo was honored with a fifth Ballon d’Or and also won his fifth Champions League title.

Additional, he has a lifetime contract with Nike and other deals such as Herbalife, EA Sports, and American Tourister.

Paolo Maldini’s son show his potential as a Milan player

17-year-old midfielder Daniel Maldini was born in 2001 as the second son of the legendary AC Milan Paolo Maldini. He kicked in the 0-1 defeat to Bayern Munich in the ICC 2019.

Daniel was placed as an attacking midfielder by coach Marco Giampaolo, behind two strikers Samuel Castillejo and Krzysztof Piatek. He played 58 minutes and left the field, giving room to Patrick Cutrone.

Daniel’s brother – Christian Maldini – is also a player and is a defender of Fano, playing in Serie C. Growing up from the Milan academy, Christian has never played for the club’s first team.

In 22 caps for Milan Primavera, Daniel scored 9 goals. He is judged to have a brighter future than Christian. However, Daniel will have to overcome great pressure if he wants to become a legend like his father and grandfather.

Cesare Maldini – Daniel ‘s grandfather – also an Italian football legend. However, unlike his grandfather, his father and his brother, Daniel did not play as a defender but in the position of the midfielder or fled. The 17-year-old is an outstanding young talent, who was called up to the Italian U18 team earlier this year.

Cesare, Milan’s captain, had 412 caps for the club, won four Serie A titles and won the European Cup in 1962. He also twice coached Milan, leading the team. The ball won the Italian National Cup and the European Cup Winners’ Cup between 1972 and 1974.

Paolo was even more successful, with 901 matches for Milan. He won the Serie A seven times, won the National Cup and Italian Super Cup five times. This legendary defender five times won the Champions League with Milan.

If Daniel continues to confirm his capacity and plays more often for the San Siro football team in the near future, he will be the 3rd successor of the Maldini family at the AC Milan football club, continuing the heroic tradition of Grandpa Cesare Maldini and his father Paolo Maldini, whose names and careers are associated with the long history of the famous black-and-red striped shirt of Milan.

Argentina: Right after Copa America is the 2022 World Cup (part 1)

The Argentinians are probably wondering why their team played the best football in the Copa America 2019 in the first 30 minutes before Chile but not before Brazil. Because of that, more or less, they still have hope for Albiceleste in the future.

In fact, in the most difficult and frustrating times, no one does not hope for a better thing. For Argentina, they have a reason to be optimistic about the future despite continuing to spend another year, another tournament without a title. In fact, the defeat to Brazil in the semifinals earlier this week extended their miserable time to 26 years.

“There are good and important players growing up, showing that they really love the team and want to be here”- Lionel Messi said after he just turned 32 in the 2019 Copa America. hope because we have many young players. They need time to accumulate. We must respect them”.

Argentina at Copa America 2019: A messy Messi was born

Despite this, though, the Argentine is more interested in Messi’s future after the tournament and in this case, they have more reason to hope. It was as if the Argentinian striker had reached the end of the pain, making him more calm and calm to talk about the future, with a completely different attitude first.

As mentioned above, Messi’s reaction is not the same as his after Argentina’s defeat in the 2016 Copa America final, when he said he did everything he could for Albiceleste, or the 2018 World Cup when he decided. intend to leave the team for a while. And don’t forget that Barcelona’s striker also lost in the 2015 Copa America final and World Cup 2014.

So, is there any reason for Argentina and Messi to hope for the future, when the squad is defeated by Germany 1-0 in the 2014 World Cup finals, only Messi, Sergio Aguero, and Angel Di Maria?

Tottenham offer to more than double Christian Eriksen’s wages to tempt him to stay

Tottenham Hotspur has offered a huge new contract with Christian Eriksen to attempt to keep hold the midfielder who is thinking about a move away from north London.

The 27-years-old star has one year left on his current deal and has said that he is open to a new challenge, with Barcelona, Juventus, and Real Madrid all reportedly interested in his services. However, he added that it must be a step up and if the right offer doesn’t come in, he is happy to extend his stay at Tottenham Spurs. The Mail Online reports that the Champions League finalists are very keen on keeping hold of the influential Dane and have offered him a new deal worth £200,000 per week. This is a substantial increase from his current contract that sees him pocked £80,000 per week.

However, it has been made clear that Eriksen is making his decision based on whether an exciting opportunity arises, but not on wages. Eriksen told Danish publication Ekstra Bladet in June that ‘I feel that I am a place in my career where I might want to try something new.’ He also said that he has the deepest and wildest respect for everything that has happened in Tottenham; however, he would like to try something new and hoped that he can decide this summer.

He also confirmed that everything depends on Daniel Levy, the Chairman of Spurs, and there has to be another club, too. Or he will sit down at the table and negotiate a new contract. There aren’t many boxes that Tottenham don’t tick so if he has to move away it would have to be a step up.

If Eriksen doesn’t sign the huge new deal with Tottenham Spurs, Daniel Levy may look to move him on this summer rather than on a free next year.