The Spurs thug
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The most anticipated shock of this Sunday was the north London derby between Tottenham and Arsenal. Well, there wasn’t really a duel, Arteta’s men quickly got the better of Spurs, beating them 2-0. An own goal from Lloris and a goal from Odegaard propel the Gunners well into the Premier League lead 8 points clear of second-placed Manchester City. The Norwegian maestro of Arsenal makes the front page of all the country’s newspapers: The Daily Telegraphthe DailyMirrorthe Daily Star. Everyone is convinced that this team will end the season in first place. But hey, a sad scene at the end of the match left a “bitter taste” for English journalists. As can be read in the Daily Express, Aaron Ramsdale was kicked in the back by a Spurs fan. This can be clearly seen on the first page of the Sun which title “shame“. The Football Association has promised a thorough investigation. Tottenham said in a statement to be “appalledby the incident and promised to use CCTV footage to identify and banish the supporter. In its current edition, the DailyMail praises this Spurs fan. For them, it is acoward, a thug“.
Sterling is too much at Chelsea
Raheem Sterling would be pushed out by the Blues according to Football Insider. The surprise signing of Mykhaylo Mudryk for an astronomical sum has changed the west London club’s plans. The English media explains that Chelsea wants to free up the payroll and therefore that his departure is envisaged. He failed to have the impact expected by the new London leaders who nevertheless recruited him for 56 million euros last summer.
Juve wants to shake up its habits
Juve’s humiliating 5-1 loss to Napoli at the weekend left its mark on the Old Lady leaders. According to The Gazzetta Dello Sport, an exceptional meeting will be organized to change everything in the club. They want to review their strategy on the transfer window, the 425 million euros spent over the past 3 seasons are now considered a monumental mistake. Allegri, who has however chained 8 consecutive victories in the championship before losing against the leader, would again be pushed towards the exit.