เล่นบอลออนไลน์ In the most ill-advised bit of managerial aggression since Jose Mourinho poked Tito Vilanova in the eyeball, Newcastle boss Alan Pardew decided to try and headbutt Hull player David Meyler. The incident occurred in the 72nd minute with Newcastle up 3-1. Meyler pushed Pardew out of the way so he could retrieve the ball for a throw-in and Pardew responded with the attempted headbutt.
เว็บฟุตบอล Pardew only made glancing contact with Meyler (if any at all), but it was still more than enough to get himself sent to the stands — where he will likely remain for a long time once the disciplinary committee is done with him. Meyler was also shown a yellow card for instigating the unseemly exchange.
Sky Sports’ Jeff Stelling perfectly expressed the reaction just about everyone who saw the incident had. Have a look
บาคาร่าออนไลน์ Bayern Munich held an open training session on Wednesday, at which 1,500 fans were privy to the practise drills and warm-ups that can put a team 19 points clear at the top of the Bundesliga.
บาคาร่า The fans in attendance also bore witness to the kind of crunching tackle that probably shouldn’t be practised in training. During a passing drill, Mario Mandzukic got a little feisty in his attempt to dispossess Bastian Schweinsteiger with a two-footed lunge that landed nowhere near the ball.
Schweini was left in a heap on the ground, clutching the left ankle that had just had an encounter with two sets of studs. Die Roten’s assistant coach Hermann Gerland immediately came over to call the physios, who proceeded to stuff ice down his sock.
Fortunately, the injury was not too serious: even though he was limping afterwards, Bild report that Schweinsteiger was practising free kicks at the end of the session. The rash challenge also managed to avoid damage with his right ankle, upon which he recently had surgery.