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Messagepar xiaolan » Sam Sep 09, 2017 8:46 am

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I was crying my eyes out, purely because I had no part to play in it whatsoever.” James spent that entire season – the most famous in Leicester’s history – on the sidelines, physically unable to contribute after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in the penultimate home game of the previous campaign and mentally tormented by the once-in-a-lifetime experience that was unfolding on the pitch while he was fighting to save his career. “I was going home thinking: ‘What is going on here? The club is going to win the Premier League and I’m nowhere near it,’” James says. “It wasn’t that I didn’t want it to happen. But it was hard because I felt like I was on a rollercoaster going all the way down and the club was going in the opposite direction.” By the time James did return to Leicester’s lineup, against Arsenal at the beginning of this season, it was 865 days since his previous start for the club – a remarkable statistic that reflects what an ordeal it had been for the midfielder to get back to where he was before the injury happened. That journey has taken in three knee operations, Authentic Chris Heisey #14 Youth Jersey regular visits to a psychologist, emotional conversations with his family about finding another job, desperate attempts to win over Claudio Ranieri, and a kidney infection that left the 26-year-old in so much pain that he says he will “remember it for the rest of my life”. James has never had any desire to speak publicly about all of this before, yet it is a measure of his positive frame of mind on and off the field now – he has started all three league games this season, recently signed a new four-year deal and is the proud father of a four-month-old boy – that he is happy to talk candidly for more than an hour and a half about everything he has been through. “I am in a really good place now,” James says. “I’ll be 30 years old when that contract runs out – I didn’t think I was going to get past 25. I thought I was going to be doing something else. But it doesn’t stop here for me. http://www.officialnationalshop.com/aut ... ersey.html I want to do more things for this club, only without setting big goals, because it’s been a devastating thing for me when I have done that, in terms of the unrealistic ones that I set with the injury. But that’s not to say I don’t have dreams and aspirations.” Some of those ambitions are fuelled by seeing what Drinkwater, who is one of his closest friends and could line up against him at the King Power Stadium for Chelsea on Saturday, has gone on to achieve. The pair enjoyed the best part of a decade together at Manchester United, lived across the road from one another in Cheshire and spent the past five years sharing car journeys to Leicester after joining the club in 2012. “We’re kind of joined at the hip,” says James, smiling. “I rang him the other day and said: ‘You need to get Chelsea on the phone because it’s round about six months we have apart, it can’t be any longer.’” James is laughing, yet there is a serious point to make about him and Drinkwater, given that before his injury he was keeping out of the Leicester team the man who will be an usher at his wedding next year. Indeed, Authentic Darian Thompson Youth Jersey James could be forgiven for looking at Drinkwater and thinking that it could easily have been him playing for his country, winning a title medal and at the centre of a multimillion-pound transfer. “I can’t fault what Drinky has done,” he says. “To play for England, win the Premier League and get the move to Chelsea is phenomenal. And for me to be such a good friend, I couldn’t be happier for him. At the same time, you do think: ‘Would I have had that opportunity?’ But it’s only now that I’m getting myself back to the level that I need to be at. Obviously I want to give more. And I think things like Drinky’s story drive me on. There’s no reason why I can’t play for England and achieve things at this football club. And I think Drinky would be the first person to say I can do it. But I’d never say I’m jealous because that’s not the case at all.” Envy is not something that anyone would associate with James, who is a hugely popular figure among the staff and players at Leicester. Listening to him talk, http://www.officialgiantsfootballs.com/ ... rsey-Cheap there is no trace of resentment towards those who were creating history, more a sense of despair and disbelief that he was on the outside looking in, not just injured but enduring setback after setback. It all started when he ruptured his cruciate ligament in May 2015 in what seemed like a fairly innocuous incident as he chased Ryan Bertrand. The prognosis after surgery was that he could be out for a year, but James refused to accept that timeline. Initially he made good progress and there was a suggestion he could be involved in an FA Cup replay against Tottenham Hotspur, eight months after he had left the field on a stretcher against Southampton. But then James suffered his first slice of bad luck.
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Mané was distraught as he left the field and has since apologised profusely for injuring his opponent in an “accidental” collision. There are two things worth saying about the game’s central incident. Firstly, this was not some entirely random occurrence divorced from the skills and match-winning qualities of both teams. http://www.lionsshopnfljersey.com/authe ... ersey.html Ederson was exceptionally brave in coming for the ball. His fine goalkeeping was rewarded with a goalscoring chance snuffed out, a kick in the face and ultimately Mané’s sending off. In that moment City’s player was more decisive and better at playing within the rules. In that moment the decision to replace Claudio Bravo with the more sprightly Ederson also found a reward – good managerial judgment from Guardiola, good play by Ederson, poor judgment from Mané. None of this sounds like a random event or bad luck, any more than poaching goals or winning tackles or making saves. The red card did not kill Liverpool’s game. Mané losing that duel to Ederson killed Liverpool’s game. The second point worth making is that it was only a red card, not a mass contraction of the bubonic plague. Liverpool’s response was to collapse completely, Authentic Bobby Cox Youth Jersey conceding territory, possession and four more goals, two to Leroy Sané, who had only 22 touches but provided a bravura end note with a beautiful left-foot shot into the top corner as an exhausted midfield stood off him. Red card or not, Jürgen Klopp did not have his best day. Liverpool are missing Nathaniel Clyne but exposing Trent Alexander-Arnold to an opponent and an occasion like this looked a vote of confidence too far. In the event Liverpool’s right-back had a brutal, exhausting afternoon. No shame there: his opposite number Mendy comes in just behind Marcelo on the list of best attacking left-backs in the world. Either one of James Milner, for his experience, or Joe Gomez, for his more specialist defensive skills, would surely have been a better option. At the end Klopp was also strangely vague. In his press conference he seemed to think Liverpool’s next game, against Sevilla, was on Tuesday, not Wednesday, and had to be corrected. He was unsure whether his team were behind or not when Mané went off. Call them minor moments of forgetfulness but football managers, and indeed Klopp himself, http://www.authenticatlantabraves.com/Bob-Uecker-Jersey tend to be razor sharp on these details – out of necessity, too. There are times you have to bristle and fib and “win” the aftermath of a 5-0 defeat. Alex Ferguson may have been a far less reasonable presence but he would have walked out bristling and full of motivating excuses. Klopp just looked drained by the day. Similarly the best parts of City’s game may also go a little under the radar thanks to that red card. The defence did look vulnerable with Mané on the pitch. But playing against 10 men was perhaps a valuable exercise in itself, if only because for the first time this City team looked not just like a fine attacking unit but like a Pep-issue entity. At their best his Barcelona and Bayern teams would make opponents look like this even with 11 men: depleted, exhausted, incidental obstacles to the pass-and-move game. If this felt like a training game it was still a valuable training game and a moment when some of those vital cogs began to turn, the passing rhythms to settle.
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Even in a league defined by its habit of vacillating comically between methodologies and personnel, the lurch from De Boer to Hodgson is one of the more bizarrely abrupt about-turns in Premier League history. History will now record that the era of Total Croydon, Palace’s attempt to transform the club into an Amsterdam of the A23, lasted exactly 77 days and 450 minutes of competitive football. Authentic Adidas Eddie Lack Youth Jersey De Boer had promised his Palace team would “dominate with and without the ball”. Steve Parish had talked quite a bit at De Boer’s unveiling about footballing DNA, a more technical, sustainable Palace style and assorted other things that have now been thrown out of the window in favour of a man from around the corner who knows how to rig up a four-man defence. It did always seem possible Palace hadn’t read all the small print on De Boer’s connection to the Ajax tradition. One of the great defensive players of his generation, as a coach De Boer has seemed to take most from the Van Gaal end of things, concerned more with control than attacking rhythms. His Ajax teams were invariably the league’s best defenders. Some fans felt the football was stodgy and over-thought. It is painfully obvious that attempting to impose this imprint on a group of Palace players with just one significant addition from last season would involve a fair amount of thrashing around in the wrong gear. And so it came to pass. http://www.authenticcarolinahurricanes. ... ard-jersey Four league games was all it took in the end. But then, for all the fine talk the only revolution any Premier League club is really interested in is one that banks enough points, sharpish, to keep the gravy train rolling. And so on to Roy. Hodgson was last seen looking frazzled and wired after a sleepless night in Chantilly, sweating and swaying at his lectern and telling the world “I’m not really sure what I’m doing here”, a quote that has since become his “Hit Les”, his multicoloured golfing umbrella. England had lost horribly to Iceland the day before, outplayed by opponents Hodgson had chosen not to scout in person in order to take Ray Lewington on a boat trip down the Seine (“Ray had never seen Paris”). It was an ignoble end for a good man and a fine, experienced manager, who like so many others found himself bent out of shape by the job in his final few months. Adidas Brett Hull Authentic Jersey And this is the real question when it comes to Hodgson at Palace. Which Roy will they be getting? 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Hodgson’s best period with England was arguably his opening five months as a quick-fix replacement for Fabio Capello, when his agreeable manner and agreeably simple demands of the players saw England through Euro 2012 without too many bruises. Oddly his worst moments – the stalled 2014 World Cup, the horrors of the last Euros – came when Hodgson attempted something more. An England built and drilled by old Roy, West Brom Roy would probably have had more chance of seeing off Iceland than the confused, overly funky, ultimately frozen entity fielded in Saint-Etienne and Nice. Wayne Rooney playing in midfield, Harry Kane on corners, the switches between 4-3-3 and 4-2-3-1, the insistence that the suffocatingly dull possession football against Slovakia represented a good performance. It all came a little late. It ended in confusion.
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