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Mercato Barça : l’arrivée de Lionel Messi conditionné par le départ de Raphinha



L’avenir de l’attaquant de Barcelone Raphinha pourrait être la clé pour que le club trouve un moyen de faciliter le retour de Lionel Messi, rapporte AS.

L’international brésilien Raphinha a marqué neuf buts et enregistré 10 passes décisives depuis son arrivée de Leeds United l’été dernier, et la position publique du club est qu’il n’est pas disponible pour le transfert.

Cependant, avec des clubs comme Arsenal, Tottenham et Newcastle intéressés à ramener le joueur de 26 ans en Premier League et prêts à payer des frais de transfert similaires aux 60 millions d’euros payés par le Barça l’année dernière, les dirigeants de la Liga pourraient être tentés de laisser lui aller.

Cela ferait de la place à la fois au sein de l’équipe et sur la masse salariale pour ramener Messi, deux ans après son départ en transfert gratuit pour rejoindre le Paris Saint-Germain.

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West Ham 0-2 Manchester City: Jill Roord scores on debut as visitors reduced to 10



Jill Roord of Manchester City is challenged by Riko Ueki of West Ham
Roord helped Wolfsburg reach the Women’s Champions League final last season

Jill Roord scored on her debut to help 10-player Manchester City to a 2-0 victory over West Ham on the first day of the Women’s Super League season.

Gareth Taylor’s side lacked a goal-scoring edge until Lauren Hemp netted a superb curling strike in the 48th minute.

Club record-signing Roord added City’s second after Chloe Kelly had a penalty saved by Mackenzie Arnold.

Leila Ouahabi was shown a straight red card for kicking out at Emma Harries.

However, West Ham couldn’t make the most of having an extra player in the final 20 minutes.


Roord makes impact on debut

Gareth Taylor was expected to strengthen his squad in the summer transfer window after a disappointing end to last season that saw his side miss out on the third and final Champions League spot.

Roord, who arrived from Wolfsburg, and Jess Park, who returned from her season-long loan at Everton, were the club’s only additions.

Netherlands international Roord, who joined on a three-year deal for a fee in excess of £300,000, was involved from the start and efficient in City’s build-up play but she misjudged a lob over Arnold to squander the best chance of the opening half.

Hemp had been denied by Arnold before the before the break but the Hammers goalkeeper had no chance as Hemp’s effort from the edge of the area nestled itself into the top left corner of the net.

Despite her penalty triumphs for England at major tournaments, Kelly was off the mark this time around as her stuttered run-up failed to trick the Australian keeper, who palmed the strike out for a corner.


City’s disappointment was short lived as Roord, in a moment of brilliance, darted in and out of the West Ham defence before calmly lifting the ball over Arnold to complete the scoreline.

The 26-year-old new signing, who is entering her second spell in the WSL having spent two years at Arsenal, received a warm reception from the travelling City fans when she was substituted for Filippa Angeldal in the 89th minute.


West Ham Women

Formation 5-3-2

  • 1Arnold
  • 7Evans
  • 3Shimizu
  • 23CissokoBooked at 90mins
  • 21Cooke
  • 2Smith
  • 4StringerSubstituted forDentonat 76′minutes
  • 17FilisSubstituted forFlanneryat 76′minutes
  • 19Hayashi
  • 9UekiSubstituted forHarriesat 60′minutes
  • 20Asseyi


  • 11Atkinson
  • 12Harries
  • 16Ziu
  • 18Denton
  • 25Walsh
  • 35Ademiluyi
  • 41Flannery

Man City Women

Formation 4-3-3

  • 35Keating
  • 4Aleixandri
  • 33Kennedy
  • 5Greenwood
  • 15OuahabiBooked at 71mins
  • 10CastellanosBooked at 16minsSubstituted forBlakstadat 83′minutes
  • 25Hasegawa
  • 20RoordSubstituted forAngeldahlat 89′minutes
  • 9KellySubstituted forCasparijat 76′minutes
  • 11Hemp
  • 8Fowler


  • 1Roebuck
  • 6Houghton
  • 7Coombs
  • 12Angeldahl
  • 14Morgan
  • 16Park
  • 18Casparij
  • 30Mace
  • 41Blakstad

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WSL highlights: Manchester United score late to win WSL opener against Aston Villa



Watch Women’s Super League highlights as Manchester United come from behind to beat Aston Villa 2-1, with Rachel Williams scoring a stoppage-time winner at Villa Park.

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Everton 1-2 Brighton: Elisabeth Terland double gets Seagulls off to winning start



Emily Ramsey of Everton challenges Elisabeth Terland of Brighton
Elisabeth Terland’s seven goals last season made her the top scoring WSL player aged 21 or younger in the 2022-23 campaign

Elisabeth Terland scored two first-half goals to help Brighton get their Women’s Super League season off to a winning start against Everton.

Brighton took early command when Terland headed home in the third minute after Katie Robinson’s shot had struck the crossbar, before adding a second 11 minutes later.

Everton captain Megan Finnigan netted with 25 minutes remaining to give her side hope, but the hosts were unable to find an equaliser despite dominating the second half.

The win marks a positive start for Melissa Phillips’ team who were involved in a relegation fight last season.

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Everton Women

Formation 3-4-1-2

  • 12Ramsey
  • 5Björn
  • 20Finnigan
  • 27Stenevik
  • 17Hope
  • 47OlesenSubstituted forVanhaevermaetat 66′minutes
  • 22GalliSubstituted forWheelerat 85′minutes
  • 2VejeSubstituted forPayneat 66′minutes
  • 10Bennison
  • 14SørensenSubstituted forBissellat 66′minutes
  • 18PiemonteSubstituted forDugganat 88′minutes


  • 1Brosnan
  • 7Wheeler
  • 8Vanhaevermaet
  • 9Duggan
  • 11Bissell
  • 19Payne
  • 30Wilding
  • 41Aherne

Brighton Women

Formation 3-5-2

  • 32Baggaley
  • 5Bergsvand
  • 2ThorisdóttirBooked at 35mins
  • 16Kullberg
  • 22RobinsonSubstituted forRuleat 75′minutes
  • 6Losada
  • 10OlmeSubstituted forFerreira Pintoat 62′minutes
  • 8Bremer
  • 3Pattinson
  • 11TerlandSubstituted forSymondsat 75′minutes
  • 9LeeSubstituted forSarriat 61′minutesBooked at 90mins


  • 1Evrard
  • 7Sarri
  • 14Carabalí
  • 15Hawkesby
  • 17Ferreira Pinto
  • 18Symonds
  • 33Rule
  • 40Startup

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Etienne Vaessen: Dutch goalkeeper continues recovery, say club RKC Waalwijk



Screens are put up around Etienne Vaessen while he is cared for by medical staff
Screens were put up around Etienne Vaessen while he was cared for by medical staff on the pitch

RKC Waalwijk say their goalkeeper Etienne Vaessen “had a good night and has continued his recovery” after he was knocked unconscious during a match against Ajax on Saturday.

He lay motionless as he was treated on the pitch but regained consciousness while being taken off on a stretcher.

“We hope to see him again at the club soon,” added RKC Waalwijk.

“For Etienne, it is important for now to be able to recover in peace in the coming hours and days,” the Eredivise club wrote on Xexternal-link, formerly known as Twitter.

“We would therefore like to ask you to give him and his family the time and rest for this.


“On behalf of everyone within RKC Waalwijk, we wish Etienne, and all the people around him, a lot of strength.”

Players frantically called for help and were in tears as medical staff worked on Vaessen on the pitch, with screens put up around him.

The Dutch top-flight match was abandoned with just six minutes of normal time remaining and visitors Ajax leading 3-2.

The stadium announcer explained that several players were “too affected to continue playing”.

Ajax later wrote on X: “This is about more than football. Praying you’re okay, Etienne.”


RKC confirmed after the match that Vaessen was taken to hospital for further medical examination.

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Sportscene analysis: Michael Beale ‘has himself to blame’ for Rangers problems



Sportscene pundit Michael Stewart says Michael Beale’s recruitment is at the heart of Rangers’ struggles this season.

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Duncan Ferguson: Former Scotland striker ’emotional’ after first Inverness CT win



Duncan Ferguson
Duncan Ferguson enjoyed celebrating with the Inverness fans after their win

“Serene” is not a word many would use to describe Duncan Ferguson.

But when his Inverness Caledonian Thistle side rushed into a 3-0 Scottish Championship lead at Arbroath, he was controlled.

Even when the hosts pulled two back to force a nervy conclusion to his first game in charge, the 51-year-old remained chilled.

There were no coming-togethers with combustible opposing manager Dick Campbell. There were no shouting matches with referee Don Robertson. There were no skelpings for his players, either. It was all so… even-tempered.

And that’s exactly what Ferguson was aiming for on his return to Scottish football. “I wanted to be calm,” he said afterwards.


On the touchline he was poised. But when he celebrated with the band of travelling supporters at full-time, a glimpse of the old competitor in him shone through.

Understandable, given the win was the first of the season for Inverness, and one which lifts them off the bottom of the table.

And if scenes, during and after the game, are anything to go by, then the only way may be up for the Highland side.

‘Caring’ Ferguson ‘has been through it all’

On his return to the seaside Angus town, where as a boy he spent time in the nearby amusement park, the former Scotland international was relaxed.

While he meandered around Gayfield – the venue where he scored his only hat-trick in Scottish football – Ferguson chatted amiably, stopped for those pleading for an autograph, and even managed to avoid being smothered by mascot Smokie Joe.


“I am a caring person,” he said. “I like connecting with people.”

His composure was captivating. Even for a man of his stature, it would be near impossible to brush off the expectations, pressure and noise that has been forced upon him on his eagerly awaited return home.

But he was unfazed, fully focused on the football and revitalising a low-in-confidence Inverness side.

One would imagine a Ferguson pre-match team talk would galvanise the troops. Or perhaps strike the fear of God into them.

Ferguson rallied a fragile ICT group and led them to their first league win of the season
Ferguson rallied a fragile ICT group and led them to their first league win of the season

And they were energised. There was a freedom to their play. Ferguson allowed them to express themselves.

“I try to give tactical instructions to the players and give them encouragement,” he said. “I have a lot of experience in football, I’ve been through it all, it’s never over.”


Not until the referee blows his whistle, anyway. Another thing Ferguson learned was there is no fourth official in run of the mill Scottish second-tier games.

He was left red-faced searching for one when desperate to know how long was left in the game…

When the final whistle did eventually peep, and the formalities with the opposing bench were done, a sighting of the passionate Ferguson peeked through.

Marching over to the Inverness fans – who had hailed their new leader throughout – he beat his chest and clenched his fists, reciprocating their adulation. They’ve bought in, and so has he.

“I am enthusiastic and know how much these fans are committed to the club,” he added. “They spend a lot of money going up and down the country and it’s the first time they’ve seen a victory this year.


“It was emotional, but it was the team that got the three points. I never headed a ball, I never scored a goal. I just set them up as pushed them as hard as I possibly could.”

All the fanfare may have been directed towards the former Dundee United and Rangers striker, but Saturday was never really about him, as far as he was concerned.

He couldn’t even remember that hat-trick here three decades ago. Instead, his lasting memory of Arbroath was scurrying around the floor of the arcade at the penny falls, searching for loose change.

Perhaps that’s the man he’s always been. But his first win as Inverness CT manager might just now be the first thought that springs to mind.

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VAR: PGMOL replaces official Darren England after Liverpool error



Darren England has been replaced as the fourth official for Sunday’s Premier League game between Nottingham Forest and Brentford after his error as the video assistant referee during Liverpool’s defeat at Tottenham.

England failed to overturn an incorrect decision on the pitch to disallow a Luis Diaz goal for offside as the Reds were beaten 2-1 on Saturday.

Dan Cook was assistant VAR for the game and he has been replaced as assistant referee for the game between Fulham and Chelsea on Monday.

“Craig Pawson will now assume England’s duties as fourth official at the City Ground while Eddie Smart will take over from Cook as assistant referee at Craven Cottage,” said referees’ body PGMOL.


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Man Utd 0-1 Crystal Palace: Decision-making ‘not good enough’ – Erik ten Hag



Erik ten Hag says Manchester United’s decision-making was “not good enough” after they suffered their fourth defeat of the season, losing 1-0 to Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.

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Man Utd 0-1 Crystal Palace: ‘No excuses, not good enough’ – Erik ten Hag concerned by worst Premier League start



Manchester United players look frustrated as they lose to Crystal Palace
Manchester United have lost to Tottenham, Arsenal, Brighton and Crystal Palace in the Premier League this season

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag has said he is concerned after his side suffered their worst start to a Premier League season with Saturday’s defeat by Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils have lost four of their first seven games of the campaign – the first time they have done so since the 1989-90 season.

It is also back-to-back defeats at home in the league, with Joachim Andersen’s first-half goal enough to secure all three points for Palace.

The last time Manchester United lost two consecutive home games in the Premier League was against Liverpool and Manchester City in October and November 2021, their last two home league games under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The final whistle was greeted by boos from the home fans, and Ten Hag said he understood their frustrations.


“I understand fans are expecting a win and we didn’t win and we lost,” said the Manchester United boss.

“Of course it is a concern, we have to be more consistent, this is not the demand for Manchester United. The demand is we get a row of wins and get into a series. We have to do better than now.

“I can give you reasons but you will explain it as an excuse and there are no excuses, we have to win.”

The defeat was all the more frustrating for Manchester United after recent results had suggested they were heading in the right direction.

They beat Burnley in the Premier League last weekend and then followed that up with a comfortable win against Palace in the Carabao Cup at Old Trafford on Tuesday.


But Palace were a different proposition on Saturday, helped by the return of several first-team players who were rested midweek.

They defended superbly and made the most of their few chances. In contrast, Manchester United were wasteful in the final third and became increasingly frustrated against their well-organised opponents.

The victory for Palace moved them up to ninth, with Manchester United dropping to 10th.

“We have to do better, and that is definitely the case. It’s not good enough,” Ten Hag added.

“We have to show it in our body language that Old Trafford is a fortress and you can’t get anything here, and the only way you can go away is with a loss.


“We have to do better here.”

‘A worrying afternoon for Ten Hag’

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson has found a way to get results at Old Trafford, with this win extending his unbeaten run there to five successive games.

“A lot of talk will be about Manchester United, about them not creating well and playing well enough, but Palace deserve all the credit,” former Newcastle striker Alan Shearer told BBC Radio 5 Live.

“Their defensive display stopped the home side from playing.”

Former Blackburn striker Chris Sutton felt Manchester United did not do enough to deserve the three points, despite dominating possession.


“We know that if Crystal Palace get their noses in front they are a very, very difficult side to break down,” he said.

” A fantastic strike from Andersen and a fantastic defensive display.

“On the other hand Manchester United only forced Sam Johnstone into a few routine saves. There were a few good clearances from Palace defenders but aside from that they struggled to create.

“A worrying afternoon for Erik ten Hag.”

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Girona 0-3 Real Madrid: Jude Bellingham on target as visitors go top of La Liga



Jude Bellingham scores Real Madrid's third in their game against Girona in La Liga
Jude Bellingham is the top scorer in La Liga with six goals to his name so far

Jude Bellingham scored his seventh goal of the season as Real Madrid moved top of La Liga with a comfortable victory over high-flying Girona.

Joselu opened the scoring from a fabulous Bellingham pass before Aurelien Tchouameni headed in the visitors’ second.

Bellingham completed the scoring with a smart second-half finish.

The win lifts Madrid above Girona and Barcelona, who beat Sevilla on Friday.

Girona, who topped the table going into the latest round of La Liga fixtures, started with a spring in their step and created two golden opportunities to take the lead.


Yangel Herrera headed narrowly over the crossbar from a central position inside the area, before Viktor Tsygankov struck the outside of the post from another free header.

Madrid gradually found their rhythm and eventually took the lead thanks to a marvellous piece of play from Bellingham, who picked out Joselu with the outside of his right boot to give the former Stoke and Newcastle forward an easy finish.

Tchouameni doubled Madrid’s lead four minutes later after being left completely unmarked from Toni Kroos’ inswinging corner.

The home side almost pulled one back five minutes into the second half, but Kepa Arrizabalaga was equal to David Lopez’s header and Eric Garcia was unable to steer home the rebound.

Bellingham got Madrid’s third with 20 minutes remaining, finding the far corner after Paulo Gazzaniga had parried Joselu’s initial effort. The 20-year-old is only the second player to score at least six goals in his first seven La Liga matches for Madrid this century, after Cristiano Ronaldo in 2009.


The game ended on a sour note for the visitors as Nacho was dismissed deep into added time for a reckless challenge on Portu, who left the field on a stretcher.

Carlo Ancelotti’s team travel to Napoli in their second Champions League group match on Tuesday.



Formation 4-5-1

  • 13Gazzaniga
  • 20Couto
  • 25GarcíaBooked at 64mins
  • 17Blind
  • 3Gutiérrez
  • 8TsygankovSubstituted forFernándezat 45′minutes
  • 21HerreraSubstituted forSolisat 87′minutes
  • 5LópezSubstituted forPortugués Manzaneraat 60′minutesSubstituted forat 90+6′minutes
  • 14García
  • 16Moreira de OliveiraSubstituted forTorreat 79′minutes
  • 9DovbykSubstituted forStuaniat 60′minutesBooked at 90mins


  • 1Martín
  • 4Martínez
  • 6Kebe
  • 7Stuani
  • 10García
  • 11Fernández
  • 15Ramírez López
  • 18Torre
  • 22Solis
  • 23Martín
  • 24Portugués Manzanera
  • 26Fuidias

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Formation 4-3-1-2

  • 25Arrizabalaga RevueltaBooked at 84mins
  • 2Carvajal
  • 22RüdigerBooked at 90mins
  • 6NachoBooked at 90mins
  • 12Camavinga
  • 15ValverdeSubstituted forDíazat 87′minutes
  • 18Tchouaméni
  • 8Kroos
  • 5BellinghamSubstituted forCeballosat 74′minutes
  • 7Vinícius JúniorSubstituted forRodrygoat 68′minutes
  • 14JoseluSubstituted forVázquezat 87′minutes


  • 10Modric
  • 11Rodrygo
  • 13Lunin
  • 17Vázquez
  • 19Ceballos
  • 20García
  • 21Díaz
  • 23Mendy
  • 26Piñeiro
  • 34Carrillo

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