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After the amazing period during which Spain won back-to-back European Cups with a World Cup title sandwiched in between, the past masters are no longer considered favourites to go all the way. They didn’t even make it past the group stage in the last World Cup, and only managed to make it to the Round of 16 at Euro 2016. Even so, Julen Lopetegui’s side can be backed at 7/1 in the international football betting to lift the trophy at the end of the tournament.
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Chelsea have already wrapped up the Premier league title, and whilst they are on course to set the record for most wins in a single season, I firmly expect Antonio Conte to rotate his players or their one remaining match against Sunderland at the weekend, with one eye on the FA Cup final. They should still win this match, but I expect the odds to be too short to include.
The good news for Pep Guardiola and Manchester City from this weekend is that the FA cup trophy is still within reach and even though the Premier League and the Champions League trophies are not completely out of the question you would have to agree that the FA cup is the most likely source of silverware for the club this season.
It was not all good news for City though, as the draw away to Championship side Huddersfield Town means a replay and that is not ideal by any means. The manager will have to pick a strong side after Huddersfield gave a good account of themselves and with injury problems and more important matches coming up this replay is not going to help.
Arsenal and Manchester United are not the only the only big Premier League clubs that are still involved in this season’s FA cup. We also have Man City and Chelsea and they are also up against lower league opposition in the fifth round which is being played over the next three days.
So Pep Guardiola and Antonio Conte could see their respective sides suffer a giant killing and either of them could be joining Liverpool in taking an early bath, after Jurgen Klopp’s reds provided one of the shocks of the previous round in losing to Wolves at Anfield.
Barring a miracle of biblical proportions at the Camp Nou in three weeks time, the Spanish champions FC Barcelona will be making an early exit from the Champions League this season. The Catalan club was forced to leave Paris in disgrace last night after being soundly thrashed by the French champions PSG by 4-0 at the Parc Des Princes.
That scoreline was not flattering either, as the French team was dominant throughout and all over the pitch. It was the Barca keeper Ter Stegen who was their best player as the likes of Messi, Suarez, Busquets and all were anonymous at best and just about as bad as I have ever seen them.
There has been no English club crowned as Champions of Europe, in either the Champions League or Europa League format, since Chelsea beat Benfica at the Amsterdam Arena back in 2013 to lift the Europa League trophy. In general the clubs from the English Premier League have done badly in Europe, but that has not stopped the bookies making Manchester United big favourites for the title this season.
There has been a lot of speculation and debate over the last few years concerning Arsene Wenger and whether or not the Frenchman will extend his long reign as the manager of Arsenal Football Club. His current contract is due to run out at the end of this season and with Arsenal all but out of the race for the Premier League title, talk about hi8s future is back on the agenda big time.
There is always talk before the big competitions as to whether the national team managers will allow the wives and girlfriends of the players into the team hotel while the tournament is in progress. The Wales manager Chris Coleman has already banned the WAGs from their hotel, but when the Ireland manager Martin O’Neill was asked if he would be following suit he replied: “Well, it depends on how good looking the girls are,”
“If they are really attractive, they’re very, very welcome. The uglier ones, I’m afraid not.”
The Spanish midfielder Santiago Cazorla has joined Arsenal this summer, making him Arsene Wenger’s third top-class signing since the end of last season and putting the Gunners quite high in the Football Betting for a top four place this season, but as always at JustWagsNews we are interested in his long-time girlfriend and now wife Ursula.
Ursula Santirso grew up in the same town as Santi Cazorla, Lugo de Llanera in Oviedo. Santi spent four years in the youth system at Real Oviedo before being snapped up by Villareal. Ursula knew Santi from an early age.
In June 2011, Raffaella paired up with Manchester City footballer “Mad” Mario Balotelli, but alas his philandering was just a little too much for this Italian beauty. In April 2012, it was alleged that Balotelli had cheated on her twice with hooker Jennifer Thompson – the same hooker that was at the source of the Wayne Rooney cheating scandal back in 2010.