The Schick of that
the tabloid story from England’s ‘clog’ he appeared on Tuesday, but 24 hours later the papers drool positively at the prospect of Harry Kane scoring from the halfway line.
There are actual quotes from the English captain on this, although it should really be noted that it took some determined determination from Gabriel Clarke to ITV Sport.
He’s probably already been highly commended for such an excellent “get” as Kane donated such gems as:
“Seeing the goalkeeper out of his line is one thing, but being able to put him in the net is another. So yes, probably the goal of the tournament. It will be hard to beat.
“Every now and then I’ll look for that one.” Obviously goalies these days almost like to play the role of sweepers, waiting for that ball behind, so if there’s a quick ricochet or a quick open I like to try and look for that one. But yeah, you never know, we might have another one this tournament.
Now you might not think those words sound worthy of a last page, but that’s why you’ll never make it, kid.
– Soleil Sport (@SunSport) June 15, 2021
“Every now and then I’ll look for that one” sounds a bit like “I’m Schick-hot,” to be fair.
Nice touch of Dave Kidd to write this sentence from David Marshall, attention:
“The Calamity Guardian has been mercilessly taunted by fans online…”
These dastardly fans should consider choosing their words more carefully.
The sun are not the only ones to do this, because the Daily Mirror to prove:
– Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) June 15, 2021
Oh, and the Daily Express:
– Neil Henderson (@hendopolis) June 15, 2021
Two “warnings” and a “wish” from the Premier League Golden Boot holder and top scorer of the last World Cup that he will probably also shoot if a goalkeeper is 40 meters from his line and the opportunity arises. present.
Careful, Scotland. Kane has spoken.
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How do you maximize traffic to a Premier League match history when every outlet is already reporting it?
“The first matches are posted as the transfer arena prepares to shift into high gear” – The Sun website.
“Harry Kane’s summer transfer takes a new turn after Tottenham and Man City matches” – Site du Daily Mirror.
‘Three summer signatures in Manchester United Dream roster against Leeds for Premier League opener ‘- Manchester Evening News.
Transfers are king, guys.
Speaking of which, at Echo of Liverpool we are going:
“Tottenham Hotspur send Liverpool transfer warning after £ 200million blow”
Not sure Tottenham will have an approximate £ 200million loss in revenue during a global pandemic is all that concerns Liverpool. Also not sure Daniel Levy is saying “the financial consequences of buying and selling players, this is an area where if you don’t do it right it can have dire consequences”, is more of a “warning.” transfer from Liverpool ‘that a fairly obvious statement.
What about Kane, Tottenham and the fairly mundane “warnings”?
All the things she said
Props to Alex Scott for having the courage to start his last excellent column in The sun speaking positively of a Raheem Sterling tattoo.
Luckily she’s talking about that of a young boy looking at Wembley Stadium and not the ‘SICK’ tribute to his father. Not sure it would have been printed otherwise.
Mediawatch is not entirely sure about Andrew Dillon’s claim of The sun that Portugal were “never really in danger of losing” to Hungary on Tuesday night.
Looks like they got pretty close when Szabolcs Schon saw a goal ruled out for offside in the 80th minute.
Singing The Blues
Phil Thomas was as impressed as we are with France in The sun:
“Indeed, if they had not been denied by two offside calls to a hair, Kylian Mbappe and Karim Benzema would have celebrated goals and it would have been a walk.
“Both decisions were about correct, but my boy was close. “
VAR has broken us so badly that we can no longer just say offside decisions were good or bad and be done with it.
Martin Samuel from the Daily mail perhaps going too far in its praise for France, describing it as “the most impressive result of the first round of matches”.
Italy, Finland, and Slovakia can all feel pretty tough because of this.
‘Make no mistake, this is France staying the team to beat was the clearest message here, ”he continues in his second paragraph. “Ignore the score. It’s logistical nonsense for UEFA. France was not the home team, nor was it a neutral venue. Didier Deschamps ‘players started the competition by beating Germany in Germany.’
By his sixth paragraph, Samuel deigns to tell us:
“Surprisingly, it was in 1937 that Germany beat France for the last time on its soil. “
Far too big to win before accidentally downplaying it more than warranted.
“Dominic Calvert-Lewin says Duncan Ferguson will be happy if he scores against Scotland on Friday” – The sun.
There is a very small difference between being “happy” and being “happy for me”, as Calvert-Lewin, his club-level assistant manager claims. But if you want to risk Duncan Ferguson’s wrath, go for it.