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‘Get Out, Son of a B**ch’ – PSG Fans Turn on Neymar



Neymar may have been absent for Paris Saint-Germain’s Ligue 1 curtain-raiser, but the club’s fans nevertheless gave him a rough ride amid constant speculation over the Brazilian’s future.

Just two years after moving to the French capital from Barcelona in a world-record transfer, Neymar has been widely linked with an exit.


The forward additionally provoked PSG’s wrath by failing to turn up on time for training following the injury that kept him out of the Copa America.

Although his father insisted he had been granted permission to delay his return.


In the midst of the dispute, it was no surprise to see Thomas Tuchel leave him out of PSG’s squad altogether for Sunday’s Ligue 1 clash at home to Nimes.


Chants of “Son of a bitch” rang out in the stands, while there were also banners calling for the Brazilian to “Get out” of the club.


I have no news on his future,” Tuchel said on French TV show Canal Football Club.


He is with us. He was very decisive for us. If we lose Neymar, maybe I will not sleep. Because it would be hard to lose him and find another player who can do the same things for us. Maybe no news is good news.


It’s hard not knowing. Because I want him at home. But we have to find solutions without him too.


I’m trying to convince him to stay. But on the other hand, it’s a personal choice. It’s between him and the club.”


Neymar has appeared 58 times to date with PSG, scoring 51 goals at a rate just shy of one a game as the club have lifted Ligue 1 in both his seasons.


But he has not been able to carry that sparkling form over to Europe, where the Champions League title PSG so dearly crave has proved elusive.


In both 2018 and 2019 injury ruled Neymar out of either all or part of the last-16 stage, where his side lost to Real Madrid and Manchester United to end their hopes of continental glory.


Lionel Messi looks completely different after shaving ( see photos)



Barcelona captain, Lionel Messi has shaved off his beard ahead of Spain’s La Liga restart in june.

The Argentine playmaker, 32, shared is bareface on Instagram and he looked completely different after shaving off his beard.

Lionel Messi has shaved off his beard and he looks completely different (photos)

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Italian Top Flight Propose June 13 Restart



Serie A has proposed June 13 to the Italian government which would see the Italian top-flight get back underway on June 13, according to Marca’s report.

There are 12 matchdays left to round up the 2019/20 Italian season, and the league made their proposal clear in a statement released on Wednesday.

With regard to the resumption of sport in the g activity, it has been indicated, with respect for the decisions of the government and in accordance with the medical protocols that protect the players, the date of June 13 for the resumption of the championship,” the statement read.

Recalls that, Serie A has been suspended since March 9, with Juventus topping the League table with a one-point advantage over Lazio.

This latest update follows the decision taken by the Italian Football Federation to postpone the deadline to end the 2019/20 season until August 2.

Though, whilst there is an enthusiasm for football to return to Italy, Vincenzo Spadafora, the minister of sport, urged caution on the matter.

“The government line was one of care to protect the health of everyone,” he confirmed.

“The images of the dead remain in our memory and that’s why we want to reopen with the utmost care.

“As minister of sport, I’m clear on the social importance that football has, and it would be crazy if I didn’t recognize that.

“I want to make it clear that if Serie A will return, as we all wish, it will be because we reach that possibility that we can guarantee security for all involved.”

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FIFA cancels ‘The Best’ awards for the Year 2020



The Best FIFA Football Awards 2020 ceremony, which was scheduled for September has been cancelled by the world football governing body FIFA due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The 11 awards that are awarded to the best footballers across the world – including The Best FIFA Men’s Player prize – will remain vacant as a result of the global COVID-19 outbreak, according to Marca report.

According to Marca, FIFA president Gianni Infantino felt that a night of celebration wasn’t relevant during this pandemic.

Assessing the impact of the pandemic on football and recommendations made by the FIFA-Confederations COVID-19 Working Group, the FIFA Council’s Bureau has formulated several decisions regarding the future FIFA events.

These include setting January 20 to February 6, 2021 as the new dates for the FIFA Women’s World Cup Costa Rica/Panama tournament originally for 2020.

The FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in India will now take place on February 17 – March 7, 2021, and the FIFA Futsal World Cup Lithuania will take place from September 12 to October 3, 2021.

And the 70th FIFA Congress, originally slated for Addis Ababa, will now be an online event taking place on September 18, 2020.

Praising the decision as “logical”, the report said that since football matches across the globe have been suspended or even outright canceled, there was little reason to bother with an awards ceremony.



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