My Desire Is To Face Chelsea Or Arsenal – Slavia
Slavia Prague coach Jindrich Trpisovsky has revealed
his desire to play Arsenal or Chelsea in the Europa League quarter-finals. The Czech side pulled off a shock win in the Europa
League last 16 when they beat Spanish giants Sevilla with an aggregate scoreline
of 6-5. It will be their first appearance in the quarter-final
stage in Europe since the year 2000 and there is palpable excitement around the
club to play one of the big boys of the continent.
Trpisovsky wants to take his side on an away trip to
England in the next stage of the competition and believes his players and fans
deserve to play against one of the top teams. The Slavia Prague coach made it clear he wants either
of the two English sides – Chelsea and Arsenal – in the last eight.
Trpisovsky was quoted as saying by Italian outlet
Tutto Mercato: “My desire for the draw is to take Slavia Prague to England. “All of us have the same desire because our fans
Offset Blast Interviewer For Asking If He Would
Collaborate With 21 Savage
Offset has been promoting the hell out of his solo
debut Father Of 4, hopping on many of the most popular hip-hop-centric radio
shows across the country. He stopped by The Breakfast Club a few weeks ago and
now, he's hitting up Power 106 to chat about his new work. Obviously, his
history with 21 Savage is a hot topic since they consistently churn out hits.
"Ric Flair Drip" is one of Offset's best songs, appearing on Without
Warning, a collaborative album with 21 and Metro Boomin.
For some reason though, one of the radio hosts
speaking with him absolutely scrubbed the project from his memory, asking if
Offset would ever make a collaborative joint with 21 Savage. The artist's
response was cordial at first before he schooled the interviewer on his
discography. Perhaps what the host meant to ask was if Offset would
make another album with 21 Savage. Regardless, the question came out wrong and
The 6 Chelsea players who will leave in January transfer Windows The January transfer window is very much
under way and Chelsea have already made the first move by signing Christian
Pulisic from Borussia Dortmund. The one snag in that deal, of course, is
that the 20-year-old American will not actually join up with the Blues until
the summer, having been loaned back to finish the current Bundesliga campaign. Maurizio Sarri has said that he does not
care about the transfer window, that he will just train the players he has.
However, he has also stated that the current squad at his disposal is too large
and that means some players might have to face the Stamford Bridge exit. But could make way? Here are six players
that could be facing the door this window to make room for incoming players. Cesc Fabregas He is a player that Sarri doesn't want
to let go, but it looks inevitable that the Spaniard is going to be making his
exit from Stamford Bridge this January. The 31-year-old is set to join …