Posts Tagged ‘policies’
Borussia Dortmund 0 Arsenal 1: Five things we learned as Aaron Ramsey’s meteoric rise shows no sign of slowing
Chris Robshaw will know things are going wrong against Argentina at Twickenham on Saturday if the crowd slip into Mexican wave mode before half-time. “We don’t want to wait 45 minutes before playing with the ball,” the England captain said yesterday, acutely aware that despite the victory over the Wallabies five days ago, there was a good deal of public dissatisfaction over his side’s first-half performance.
Martin O’Neill warns he and Roy Keane will form a ‘bad cop, bad, bad cop’ partnership at the Republic of Ireland
Former Manchester United players accuse Ashley Young of ‘conning’ referee in Champions League draw with Real Sociedad
Borussia Dortmund v Arsenal: Per Mertesacker says the Gunners are in confident mood ahead of Champions League tie
The fourth round of the Champions League group stages gets underway tonight with both Manchester United and Manchester City in action. Both clubs take a major step towards qualification for the last-16 with wins against Real Sociedad and CSKA Moscow respectively, but a number of teams can actually book their place in the draw for the next round today.
Two members of the England pack who broke the Australians at Twickenham last weekend and ended the tourists’ attempt at a Grand Slam at a mercifully early stage – a Wallaby side this poor had no right to imagine a clean sweep, let alone challenge for one – were missing from training at the team base in Surrey on Monday. The loose-head prop Mako Vunipola and the flanker Tom Wood were granted a lie-in, the former because of minor knee trouble and the latter for “load management” reasons.