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Premier League predictions: Chris Sutton v Carnival Row star and Everton fan Andrew Gower



Sutton's Predictions

Everton have four games left to secure Premier League survival. Is their 69-year stay in England’s top flight about to end?

“I think Everton will go down,” said BBC Sport’s football expert Chris Sutton. “Their last two games, against Wolves and Bournemouth, give them hope but they won’t be easy. Before that, I don’t see them getting anything against Brighton or Manchester City.”

Sutton is making predictions for all 380 Premier League matches this season, against a variety of guests.

This weekend he is taking on actor and musician Andrew Gower, star of Victorian fantasy drama Carnival Row and an Everton fan.

Gower’s band Gustaffson have a new single, Northern Baby – their first release since their debut EP, The Jacaranda, which was record of the week on Guy Garvey’s Finest Hour show on BBC 6 Music.

Andrew Gower
Carnival Row is streaming on Amazon Prime. Gower appeared as Cutler in BBC Three’s long-running comedy-drama Being Human and starred in Netflix thriller You earlier this year

Gower is going to the Toffees’ game at Brighton on Monday and is desperate to see them end their seven-game winless streak, which continued with a 2-2 draw at Leicester in their last match.

He told BBC Sport: “We just can’t get these wins over the line and time is running out.

“We’ve had some good results in the last few weeks and have played quite well at times but we are just not beating anyone. The big moments in games are going against us, and all those missed opportunities are costing us.

“I look at the games we’ve got left and wonder where that will change. We left it until the last day last season, but this time we really need to get a win beforehand too – hopefully it is at the Amex!”

Home Away
Man City (Sun, 14 May) Brighton (Mon, 8 May)
Bournemouth (Sun, 28 May) Wolves (Sat, 20 May)

Gower believes Everton’s lack of strategy, especially compared with teams such as Brighton or Brentford, is behind their struggles.

“We have five permanent managers in the past five years, not including Duncan Ferguson’s stints as caretaker boss, and taken a completely different direction each time we’ve changed,” Gower added.

“Carlo Ancelotti’s departure to Real Madrid in 2021 was unexpected but we replaced him with Rafael Benitez, who the fans didn’t want, which is when a lot of people lost faith in the board, myself included.

“It often gets misconstrued in the media, but a lot of what the Everton fans are unhappy about now is how exhausted they are from that period – the Rafa Benitez summer when he took charge, up until Frank Lampard took over at the start of 2022.

“I was honestly so relieved whenever we had an international break then because I just didn’t have to think about Everton.

“We had to go through all of that and then, under Frank Lampard, had one of the craziest seasons of survival there has ever been – and I remember the Gareth Farrelly goal against Coventry that kept us up on goal difference in 1998, which is one of my earliest memories.

“For the same to happen again this year, and be in such deep trouble again, is down to an amazing lack of foresight from the board and some terrible decisions.

“We have paid an enormous amount for players heading into their 30s but have never strengthened the squad in the right way, and the way the club has been run ever since Farhad Moshiri arrived in 2016 is just unbelievable really.

“We are on to our third director of football since 2016 and there is no continuity with anything we try to do. I remember the first summer we kind of had an open chequebook, in 2017, we went out and signed four number 10s.

“I live in London now so I go to a lot of games down here and, when I went to watch Fulham against Tottenham earlier this season, I sat there and thought to myself ‘so why are Fulham doing so much better than us?’ and a lot of it comes down to the fact that they are a proper team, who have got a plan.

“Every single one of their players was pulling together and, no matter how good or bad they were, they all knew their jobs. That’s the biggest difference between them and us.

“I think for a few years now, Everton have, technically, been the worst team in the top flight. Add that together with everything else and I think you can see why everything has caught up with us.”

Andrew Gower and Gustaffson
Gower’s band Gustaffson play gigs in Manchester (Night & Day) and Liverpool (The Cavern) next month
When? Result Sutton Andrew
Bournemouth v Chelsea x-x 1-1 2-1
Man City v Leeds x-x 3-0 4-1
Tottenham v Crystal Palace x-x 2-1 2-2
Wolves v Aston Villa x-x 0-1 0-1
Liverpool v Brentford x-x 1-2 1-2
Newcastle v Arsenal x-x 2-1 3-1
West Ham v Man Utd x-x 1-2 1-1
Fulham v Leicester x-x 2-1 2-1
Brighton v Everton x-x 2-0 1-2
Nott’m Forest v Southampton x-x 2-1 1-1

A correct result (picking a win, draw or defeat) is worth 10 points. The exact score earns 40 points.



Bournemouth v Chelsea

Bournemouth v Chelsea (15:00 BST)

Tuesday’s defeat at Arsenal made it ‘six of the worst’ for Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, who has lost all of his games since being appointed caretaker manager.

The players have to take some responsibility but nothing has gone right for Lampard. He felt his side were better in the second half at Emirates Stadium, but the game was over by then – and now Chelsea just want the season to end.

Things won’t get any easier for them against Bournemouth, who are a well-organised team containing several individuals who have really enhanced their reputation over the past few months.

For example, Dominic Solanke got 29 goals in the Championship last season and now he has shown he has got all the attributes he needs to thrive in the Premier League too. He always had decent pace but he leads the line so well now, holding the ball up and linking up with others – he has been first class.

So, I don’t think Frank will get his first win, but I can see him picking up a point. That prediction is based more on the level and experience of the players Chelsea have got, rather than their recent performances. They surely cannot lose seven in a row… or can they?

Sutton’s prediction: 1-1

Andrew’s prediction: Bournemouth have to be favourites here. What a job Gary O’Neil has done. 2-1

Man City v Leeds Utd

Man City v Leeds (15:00)

So, new Leeds manager Sam Allardyce says he is up there with any manager in the Premier League, along with Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola.

I guess we will find out on Saturday if Sam is right.

City found it harder than I expected to break down West Ham on Wednesday, but eventually found a way through.

I really can’t see the Leeds defence putting up the same kind of resistance, and this might be a game where City wrap the game up early before taking their foot off the gas.

Sutton’s prediction: 3-0

Andrew’s prediction: Even with Big Sam in the Leeds dugout, I think City are going to have a big win. From Everton’s point of view, I hope I’m right. 4-1

Tottenham v Crystal Palace

Tottenham v Crystal Palace (15:00)

I honestly don’t know what to expect here – mainly because I don’t know what to expect from Tottenham.

Spurs beat Crystal Palace 4-0 at Selhurst Park in January, when Patrick Vieira was in charge of the Eagles, but I would be shocked if we see the same scoreline this time.

Palace are a very different prospect under Roy Hodgson and Spurs have developed a bad habit of conceding early goals – lots of them, in fact.

But despite all that, I just have a feeling Tottenham are going to nick it, and I think the only reason I have that feeling is because they have got Harry Kane. There’s no other reason to think Spurs will win.

Sutton’s prediction: 2-1

Andrew’s prediction: I’ve gone for some goals here. 2-2

Wolves v Aston Villa

Wolves v Aston Villa (15:00)

This is another hard one. I got Aston Villa all wrong when I said they would win at Manchester United on Sunday and Wolves are usually stubborn under Julen Lopetegui but got absolutely smashed at Brighton last time out.

Wolves have a good home record, winning their past three games at Molineux, but I am expecting Villa to bounce back, and edge this one.

Sutton’s prediction: 0-1

Andrew’s prediction: Wolves probably need another win to get safe and the Molineux crowd might be a bit nervous – I can see Villa edging this. 0-1

Liverpool v Brentford

Liverpool v Brentford (17:30)

Liverpool’s attack is firing at the moment and I really like the look of their forward line.

They need to win every game to have a chance of getting in the Champions League next season, but even Reds boss Jurgen Klopp feels it is unlikely they will make it from here.

Snapshot of 3rd to 8th in the Premier League: 3rd Newcastle, 4th Man Utd, 5th Liverpool, 6th Tottenham, 7th Aston Villa & 8th Brighton

I don’t even think they will beat Brentford, to be honest, because the Bees look like they are back on it after having a bit of of a blip a few weeks ago.

The way Thomas Frank’s side came back late on to beat Nottingham Forest last week was a sign they are not on their holidays yet and they have made a habit of upsetting the big clubs this season.

Brentford deservedly beat Liverpool in January and I am going with the same outcome here.

Sutton’s prediction: 1-2

Andrew’s prediction: Liverpool have hit a bit of form but I think Brentford have got an efficiency about them and look so dangerous with Ivan Toney up top – they will relish going to Anfield. I am going for a Bees win which will wind my dad up, but I do also think Liverpool still need to sort out their defensive issues. 1-2


Newcastle v Arsenal

Newcastle v Arsenal (16:30)

I was at Emirates Stadium on Tuesday and Arsenal were very good – but there is an argument that Chelsea made them look very good.

I thought Gunners defender Jakub Kiwior had a really good game against the Blues, but stopping an in-form Newcastle side is a much bigger ask.

The way the Magpies take the game to teams is great to watch and there is no way whatsoever this one will end goalless again, like it did when they met in January.

Snapshot of the top two in the Premier League: 1st Man City & 2nd Arsenal

Arsenal need to keep winning to keep the pressure up on Manchester City, and a draw is not enough for them. Sadly for them, I can see Newcastle nicking this and continuing their impressive form.

Sutton’s prediction: 2-1

Andrew’s prediction: What a game this is. Arsenal will have a bit of confidence back after beating Chelsea on Tuesday but going to St James’ Park has turned into one of the toughest games of the season. 3-1

West Ham v Man Utd

West Ham v Man Utd (19:00)

Things can change but, right now, I think West Ham need a point to stay up. That would put them six points above Everton, and the Hammers have a much better goal difference.

They won’t get it here, though. Manchester United’s squad has been stretched by injuries but they still have some real quality, especially on the counter-attack, and they are not going to blow up completely.

Instead, United are finding a way to win games, which is testament to their manager Erik ten Hag. You would never accuse them of being overly convincing, though, which is why I think this one will be close.

Sutton’s prediction: 1-2

Andrew’s prediction: I am a huge fan of West Ham boss David Moyes from his time at Everton when we over-achieved for many years. On the pitch, we had an identity as being tough to beat and off it we were respected for our recruitment and finding new talent. A point would be a decent result for the Hammers here and they will definitely be up for the fight. 1-1


Fulham v Leicester

Fulham v Leicester (15:00)

Leicester are desperate for points, but Jamie Vardy looks sharp again which is a big help. I can’t understand why he didn’t take the penalty which James Maddison saw saved against Everton last time out, but he will definitely get the next one.

The Foxes will give everything they have got, but I actually think Fulham are going to win. They have been very unlucky to lose their past three games by a one-goal margin, and played pretty well each time.

Sutton’s prediction: 2-1

Andrew’s prediction: Fulham don’t have much to play for but they have been performing really well. I think they will get at Leicester’s defence – without their keeper Daniel Iversen, we could have scored three or four goals against them on Monday. 2-1

Brighton v Everton

Brighton v Everton (17:30)

I fancy Brighton strongly here. Everton were quite direct against Leicester in the week, which was effective, and I am sure they will try the same again, but they have got to get the ball off the Seagulls first.

Everton’s main threat will come from set-pieces; at the other end, though, I can’t see Brighton struggling to create chances. They wiped the floor with the Toffees at Goodison Park in January, and should win comfortably this time too.

Sutton’s prediction: 2-0

Andrew’s prediction: Brighton are a great side and the way the whole club is run shows Everton the way things should be done. But I am going to follow my heart. I am hoping the energy that Brighton put into their game with Manchester United on Thursday means they are not themselves here. 1-2

Nottingham Forest v Southampton

Nottingham Forest v Southampton (20:00)

As I’ve said before, I’ve given up on Southampton. After watching what was such a gutless performance from them against Bournemouth last week, I am backing them to lose every game they have left this season.

I know Saints fans love their club but, deep down, I think they will probably agree with me.

Snapshot of the bottom of the Premier League: 15th West Ham,16th Leicester, 17th Leeds, 18th Nottingham Forest, 19th Everton & 20th Southampton

As for Nottingham Forest? Well, I think my boyhood club are going to stay up. They have got some tough games coming up but they are still scrapping.

This is one they will expect to win, and it could be the moment they kick on. Southampton, though, have already gone – they are going to be relegated. Anyone who says anything different is wrong, I’m afraid.

Sutton’s prediction: 2-1

Andrew’s prediction: This is absolutely massive. I definitely want a draw here – I can see one early goal, a ridiculously nervy game, and then a late equaliser right at the end. Forest are decent at home but Southampton are better away, so hopefully they will cancel each other out. 1-1

Chris Sutton and Andrew Gower were speaking to BBC Sport’s Chris Bevan.

How did Sutton do last time?

From last weekend’s Premier League fixtures, Sutton got six correct results from 10 matches, with no exact scores, giving him a total of 60 points.

He was beaten by rapper Blanco, who got seven correct results, also with no exact scores, for a total of 70 points.

There were also three games on Wednesday and Thursday, all rearranged from week 27 because of the FA Cup quarter-finals.

Sutton and his guest, Black Honey guitarist Chris Ostler, were level at 30-30 before these games were played.

When? Result Chris Sutton Chris Ostler
Liverpool v Fulham 1-0 2-1 3-0
Man City v West Ham 3-0 3-0 2-0
Brighton v Man Utd 1-0 2-2 2-1

Ostler got all three results correct, compared to only two by Sutton… but Sutton got the exact score of Manchester City’s 3-0 win over West Ham, meaning he takes the win, by 80-60.

Ben Bruce of Asking Alexandria 230
Keke from 1Xtra 140
Gaz Coombes 120
Ali Bruce-Ball, Modernlove drummer Cian McCluskey, Jack Rowan 110
Liam Fray of The Courteeners 100
Living With Chucky writer and director Kyra Gardner, Editors bassist Russell Leetch 80
Chris Sutton (average after 34 weeks) 70
Blanco, Ian Broudie, GK from Bad Boy Chiller Crew, Corey Deshon, Joelah from 1Xtra, Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno, Aaron Moorhead, Phoenix singer Thomas Mars 70
AntsLive, Evil Dead Rise writer and director Lee Cronin, Ronnie Huxford from Those Damn Crows, Ross MacDonald from The 1975, Chris Batten, Black Honey guitarist Chris Ostler, Ryan Porteous 60
Justin Benson, Al Greenwood from Sports Team, Dapz on the Map, Chesney Hawkes, Maulo 50
Blake Bowman, Tom from Dry Cleaning 40
Jessica McHale, Olivia Chomczuk, Casper van Dien, DMA’S frontman Tommy O’Dell, Oli Shasha from FEET, Stereophonics guitarist Adam Zindani 30
Juice Menace, DJ Schak, Patrick Whelan 20
Trampolene frontman Jack Jones 10
Chris Sutton 2,370
Guests 2,300

How did you get on?

Another solid week, but it could have been even better. While 32% of you correctly went for a Manchester United win at home to Aston Villa, that was the least popular vote – 33% went for a draw and 35% chose a Villa win.

Position Correct results
=1. Guest 7/10
=1. You 7/10
3. Chris 6/10

*Win, draw, loss prediction based on highest % of vote for each match.

1. You 174/337 (52%)
2. Chris 161/337 (48%)
3. Guests 157/337 (46%)

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Mbappé devra subir sur la table d’opération maintenant ou après l’Euro



Kylian Mbappé subira de nouveaux examens mercredi pour obtenir plus de détails sur la fracture du nez qu’il a subie lundi en fin de match contre l’Autriche. Didier Deschamps, lors d’une brève apparition sur la chaîne de la Fédération Française de Football, a confirmé que l’attaquant devra également être opéré, mais que cela n’aura pas lieu pendant l’Euro.

La présence du nouveau joueur du Real Madrid face aux Pays-Bas vendredi est pratiquement exclue, mais un diagnostic positif pourrait lui donner une chance, même infime, d’être convoqué, à condition que le staff médical de l’équipe de France donne son feu vert, en fonction du verdict des examens de mercredi.

Mbappé sera donc probablement opéré après l’Euro, car sa fracture du nez, tôt ou tard, nécessite une intervention chirurgicale. La Fédération Française de Football informera mercredi à ce sujet et confirmera si, finalement, bien que tout indique le contraire, il est forfait pour le match contre les Pays-Bas, vendredi à Leipzig.

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Arda Guler: ‘Turkish Messi’ shines in Euro 2024 win against Georgia



Another match, another youngster taking centre stage at Euro 2024.

Arda Guler curled in an early contender for goal of the tournament as Turkey broke Georgia hearts in their European Championship debut with a 3-1 win.

The 19-year-old ‘Turkish Messi’ became the third teenager to score on their first appearance in the Euros – after Ferenc Bene for Hungary against Spain in 1964 and Cristiano Ronaldo for Portugal against Greece in 2004 – with a brilliant 20-yard strike.

He is also the youngest player to score on his European Championship debut.

Guler joined Real Madrid in July from Fenerbahce and, after initially struggling for fitness and form, finished the season with five goals in five league matches to win La Liga and become the first Turkish player to lift the Champions League.

Former Wales defender Ashley Williams told BBC One: “An incredible goal. We spoke about this being a chance to announce himself on the major tournament scene and boy did he do that. He showed his quality. We were expecting to see something from him, that is unbelievable.”

Former England defender Stephen Warnock added BBC Radio 5 Live: “Earlier on in the game we saw Arda Guler roaming round the pitch seeing those nice touches that he possesses.

“The moment of magic that we saw with the goal was quite brilliant – that is only a glimpse of what he can do.”

And, with veterans like Robert Lewandowski, Luka Modric, Cristiano Ronaldo and 41-year-old Pepe possibly in their last European Championship, Guler is just the latest of the new generation to show European football is in good hands.

“The Turkish Messi has delivered. What a tournament this is becoming for the youngsters,” said Guy Mowbray.

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Turquie-Géorgie évite le report malgré les violences entre supporters et la pluie torrentielle



Le match de l’Euro 2024 entre la Turquie et la Géorgie, qui s’est déroulé au stade du Borussia Dortmund, a évité le report malgré des pluies torrentielles et des violences entre les deux groupes de supporters.

La rencontre entre la Turquie et la Géorgie à l’Euro 2024 a finalement eu lieu, alors que l’on craignait son report suite à de violents affrontements entre les deux groupes de supporters au Westfalenstadion et des pluies torrentielles.

Le coup d’envoi du match a été donné comme prévu à 17 heures mardi, au stade du Borussia Dortmund, mais la préparation a été chaotique. De l’eau s’est déversée du toit à la suite de fortes pluies, tandis que des supporters se sont affrontés à l’intérieur du stade, obligeant l’UEFA à prendre une décision.

La pluie est tombée en cascade du toit du stade, obligeant certains supporters à quitter leurs places près du coin du terrain. Le mauvais temps a ajouté au sentiment de chaos à l’intérieur du stade, les supporters turcs et géorgiens s’affrontant alors que le personnel au sol tentait d’éponger l’eau. Heureusement, le temps s’est depuis calmé.

Néanmoins, le service météorologique national allemand, DWD, a émis un avis de mauvais temps sévère sur les régions ouest et centrales. “Des supercellules peuvent se former, accompagnées de fortes rafales, parfois même d’ouragans entre 90 et 120 km/h (55 mph à 75 mph) et de grêle plus grosse entre 3 et 5 cm”, ont-ils déclaré.

“De fortes pluies d’environ 30 litres/m² sont également possibles localement et sur une courte période. Des tornades isolées ne sont pas à exclure”. Ils ont également indiqué que la ville de Cologne, qui accueille le match entre l’Écosse et la Suisse mercredi, est confrontée à “de violents orages avec un potentiel d’orage (extrême)” ce soir.

La fanzone de Friedensplatz et les zones de visionnement de Westfalenpark à Dortmund ont été fermées en raison des problèmes météorologiques, tandis que des endroits similaires à Düsseldorf et Gelsenkirchen ont également été fermés.

Le météorologue allemand Dominik Jung a également averti qu’il existait un “risque pour la vie”, conseillant aux supporters d’être “mieux prudents que désolés”. Il a déclaré au journal allemand BILD : “La situation météorologique à l’ouest est explosive !

“Il y a un risque pour la vie. Nous ne connaissons pas actuellement tous les endroits qui pourraient être touchés, mais nous connaissons la région où quelque chose pourrait se produire. Les gens vont se plaindre à nouveau : ‘Nous n’avons rien eu.’ Mais mieux vaut prévenir que guérir.”

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Euro 2024: Scotland ‘have to show reaction’ – Swiss boss Yakin



“We know Scotland can play better.”

The message from the Swiss camp is loud and clear, Scotland’s next opponents are expecting a big improvement from Steve Clarke’s side in Cologne on Wednesday.

Both manager Murat Yakin and defender Manuel Akanji were significantly impressed enough with Scotland’s qualifying campaign to overlook first night nerves in the Allianz Arena, when Germany hit five.

Manchester City’s Akanji was particularly complimentary.

“They lost the first game and didn’t show their best performance,” said the 28-year-old. “They want to show everyone they’re a better team than that.

“They had a great qualification campaign. They’re for sure coming for all three points and we have to be ready for that. They know, and we know, they can play better than they did in the first game.”

Akanji knows some of some of the Scots well, having come up against them in City’s run to a fourth consecutive Premier League title.

He talked about the “great seasons” both John McGinn and Scott McTominay had at Aston Villa and Manchester United respectively.

He also praised Andy Robertson’s qualities and threat down the left for both Liverpool and Scotland.

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Coup de tonnerre au Real Madrid : l’accord saute et Chelsea le perd, c’est officiel



Wolverhampton s’est précipité et a conclu l’un des transferts les plus prometteurs de juin. Le Real Madrid l’avait sur sa liste de souhaits, mais l’a écarté en raison de l’intérêt porté à d’autres objectifs sur le marché. Il s’agit du jeune footballeur, Pedro Lima.

Le latéral droit brésilien de 17 ans seulement qui joue à Sport Recife était l’un des joueurs choisis pour signer avec Chelsea pour la saison prochaine.

Chelsea perd un joyau

Cependant, la perle carioca lui a été volée : “Officiel : Wolves a conclu l’accord et a recruté Pedro Lima de Sport Recife malgré un accord verbal conclu avec le groupe BlueCo (Chelsea) la semaine dernière. Sport Recife annonce l’accord conclu avec Wolves pour le latéral droit brésilien né en 2006”, commence à expliquer Fabrizio Romano sur ses réseaux sociaux.

“Un communiqué du club publié par Sport Recife confirme l’accord en cours”, ajoute Romano. BlueCo, qui a acquis Chelsea il y a plus d’un an, perd la partie pour l’un des talents les plus prometteurs du football sud-américain.

Malgré cela, cela ne semble pas être un gros problème pour Chelsea, mais cela met deux choses en orbite. Que le potentiel économique des équipes de Premier League continue d’augmenter, même si elles sont des clubs de milieu de tableau. Et aussi que le Real Madrid a mis à la mode l’idée d’anticiper le marché et de se rendre dans le pays d’origine pour signer les meilleurs joueurs du futur.

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Mikautadze scores Georgia’s first ever Euros goal



Georges Mikautadze scores Georgia’s first ever goal in the European Championship as he gets the equaliser against Turkey during their Group F match in Dortmund.

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Endrick et sa petite amie Gabriely Miranda ont signé un ‘contrat de relation’ avec plusieurs clauses bizarres



La sensation brésilienne Endrick a révélé que lui et sa petite amie Gabriely Miranda ont signé un ‘contrat de relation’ qui contient plusieurs clauses bizarres.

Endrick n’a peut-être que 17 ans, mais il est clair qu’il a un grand avenir devant lui.

Le talent adolescent a fait sensation dans son Brésil natal lorsqu’il a fait ses débuts avec Palmeiras à l’âge de 16 ans, et son nom est devenu mondial en décembre 2022 lorsque le Real Madrid a annoncé qu’ils le signeraient lorsqu’il aura 18 ans cet été.

Il peut être risqué pour les clubs européens de signer de jeunes joueurs d’Amérique du Sud, surtout quand ils coûtent plus de 60 millions d’euros.

Cependant, le talent d’Endrick était évident pour tous lorsqu’il a marqué lors de ses débuts seniors avec le Brésil contre l’Angleterre à Wembley le mois dernier, et lorsqu’il a marqué un superbe but quelques jours plus tard contre l’Espagne.

Le jeune joueur commence à s’habituer à faire les gros titres pour ses exploits sur le terrain, moins pour sa vie en dehors de celui-ci.

Endrick est en couple avec la mannequin de 20 ans Gabriely Miranda, et dans une récente interview avec le podcast ‘Pod Delas’, il a révélé qu’ils ont signé un ‘contrat de relation’ qui inclut des clauses inhabituelles.

Une de ces clauses rend obligatoire qu’Endrick et Miranda se disent “Je t’aime” dans toutes les situations.

Il y a des clauses plus sérieuses, notamment l’interdiction de toute forme d’addiction et les changements de comportement drastiques.

Dans une interview avec CazeTV plus tôt cette année, l’attaquant a expliqué sa décision de ne pas boire d’alcool.

“Je ne veux pas boire parce que, malheureusement, avec les choses que j’ai vécues dans ma famille, je sais que l’alcool n’est pas pour moi”, a-t-il dit.

“Sortir acheter des vêtements, oui. Mes parents me contrôlent si je dépense trop, surtout en jeux vidéo.”

Le ‘contrat de relation’ peut provenir de bonnes intentions, mais l’entraîneur de Palmeiras, Abel Ferreira, s’inquiète de l’attention médiatique que la vie personnelle d’Endrick attire.

“J’espère qu’il [Endrick] reste concentré sur le football et ne se laisse pas distraire par d’autres choses”, a déclaré Ferreira après la défaite de Palmeiras contre l’Internacional cette semaine.

“Si vous voulez atteindre des niveaux plus élevés, vous devez vous concentrer sur ce qui est essentiel.”

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‘Lift off for Turkey!’ – Muldur scores spectacular volley



Watch as Mert Muldur’s goal of the tournament contender fires Turkey in front against Georgia in their opening Euro 2024 Group F match at the BVB Stadion in Dortmund.

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Gabriely Miranda , la petite amie d’Endrick s’exprime pour la première fois sur les conditions du “contrat de relation”



La petite amie d’Endrick a abordé pour la première fois les termes de leur “contrat de relation“.

À seulement 17 ans, Endrick semble déjà promis à un grand avenir. Il a fait ses débuts à Palmeiras à 16 ans, a obtenu un transfert important au Real Madrid et a marqué son premier but senior pour le Brésil contre l’Angleterre à Wembley en mars.

Il a également fait les gros titres pour sa relation avec le mannequin de 21 ans, Gabriely Miranda, après avoir révélé sur le podcast “Pod Delas” qu’ils avaient signé un “contrat” de relation comprenant des clauses inhabituelles.

Par exemple, il est obligatoire qu’Endrick et Miranda se disent “je t’aime” l’un à l’autre dans toutes les situations, et il leur est interdit de sombrer dans toute forme d’addiction ou de changement radical de comportement.

Endrick, à l’époque, a expliqué : “Celui qui ne respecte pas ça, à la fin du mois, doit offrir à l’autre ce qu’il veut.”

“Par exemple, je lui ai demandé un casque Apple et elle me l’a donné.”

Et Miranda a maintenant éclairci d’autres “clauses” incluses dans leur “contrat”, qu’elle a décrit comme une “relation affective volontaire” basée sur le “respect, la compréhension et l’affection”.

Lorsqu’on lui a demandé si Endrick pouvait jouer à GTA RP et avoir une petite amie dans le jeu, même virtuelle, elle a répondu : “Jamais ! Jamais ! Je n’accepterais jamais ça !”

GTA RP est une version modifiée du jeu Grand Theft Auto Online qui encourage les joueurs à jouer des rôles de la “vraie vie” et à séduire des petites amies.

La question a été posée à Miranda après qu’il soit apparu qu’Endrick est un fan du “role-playing” sur GTA, où les joueurs incarnent des personnages sur un serveur virtuel.

D’autres clauses pour la vie réelle permettent à Endrick de sortir en boîte avec ses amis sans elle, à condition qu’elle soit à l’aise avec les personnes qu’il fréquente.

Elle a déclaré : “Ça dépend des amis.”

Prendre des selfies avec des fans est également autorisé, mais Endrick n’a pas le droit de commenter les photos Instagram d’autres femmes.

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Max Kilman: Wolves braced for offer for captain from Premier League rivals West Ham



Wolves are braced for an offer from West Ham for their skipper Max Kilman.

BBC Sport understands the Hammers are interested in the 27-year-old central defender but yet to progress beyond that.

Wolves think their Premier League rivals will eventually push forward in their efforts to reunite Kilman with new boss Julen Lopetegui, who worked with the former England Futsal international at Molineux.

Wolves are not actively looking to sell the player, who signed a contract until 2028 less than 12 months ago.

However, they are realistic enough to know if the proposed fee reaches the £45m being rumoured, it may force their hand.

Kilman achieved the remarkable feat of featuring for every minute of all 38 league games for Wolves last season. Arsenal centre-back William Saliba was the only other outfield player to achieve that feat.

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