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MessagePosté le: Sam 7 Avr - 11:37 (2018)    Sujet du message: Did West Brom miss huge opportunity with Newcastle United's Répondre en citant

 
 
wwwpic5678 West Bromwich Albion were keen to sign Aleksandar Mitrovic from Premier League rivals Newcastle United in the January transfer window.

West Brom looks like they missed an excellent opportunity in the January transfer window when they failed to sign Newcastle United’s Aleksandar Mitrovic.

Sky Sports has reported that the Baggies were keen to land the out-of-favour Serbia striker but didn't manage to stump up the funds after they decided not to cash in on in-demand centre-back Jonny Evans.

According to The Sun, it would have taken £15 million to convince Newcastle to sell.

But that is not to say Mitrovic would not have stopped West Brom from plummeting into the Championship - that looks to have been more than a one-player job. wwwpic5678

But, if West Brom had signed the 23-year-old they might have already grabbed the man capable of ensuring their stay in the second tier of English football is a short one, as Mitrovic, of course, has been in quite astounding form since he dropped down to the second tier with a loan spell at Fulham in January.

Mitrovic scored his eighth goal in just nine starts for The Cottagers during Tuesday’s 2-0 win against Leeds United, and is showing just how prolific he can be when he plays regularly under a manager who trusts and believes in his ability.

West Brom, however, have struggled for goals all season and look set to lose both Salomon Rondon and Jay Rodriguez this summer. In Mitrovic, they could have had a saviour ready and waiting. wwwpic5678



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MessagePosté le: Sam 19 Mai - 14:03 (2018)    Sujet du message: Real Madrid fans have been returning their tickets for the C Répondre en citant

Real Madrid fans have been returning their tickets for the Champions League final

 
maxbet Real Madrid will be looking to make it three Champions League titles in a row when they take on Liverpool in a week's time. Los Blancos' season is essentially resting on what happens in Kiev given that they go into the final day of the La Liga season third and having never really been in the title race. However, there is no club on the continent that does these occasions quite like Zinedine Zidane's men as they go in search of their 13th European Cup. Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, is hunting a first major trophy with the Reds and will have to overcome a miserable run which has seen the German lose five of his last six cup finals, stretching back to his time at Borussia Dortmund.

Whatever happens, frustratingly each club will only be given around 16,000 tickets, some of which will cost up to £400, despite the capacity being 70,000. On the one hand, that's what you'd expect for the biggest fixture of the football calendar and that's just the going rate, but it's still disappointing to see that once again, many supporters will be priced out. Indeed, according to Spanish publication AS, such is the expense and difficulty involved in getting to Ukraine and staying overnight that many Real Madrid fans who originally applied are now unable to go.

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It's claimed that over 2,200 season-ticket holders have had to return their tickets because of logistical difficulties, with hotel prices rocketing to €3000. Add flights, match tickets, and spending money on top of that and it's a pretty eye-watering sum of money. There should still be no shortage of takers, with over 24,000 Real fans originally requesting a ticket, but AS claims that even then, there is a possibility that the European champions won't sell out their allocation because it's too short notice. maxbet

The club have offered the returned tickets to those further down the waiting list. In the Europa League final, the eventual winners Atletico Madrid saw around 1,300 spares flying around firstly because it took place in midweek, and secondly because of concerns there would be conflict with Marseille ultras. It's unthinkable that a club of Madrid's stature should not take as many fans as possible with them to the final but perhaps that just sums up the reality of the experience for many travelling supporters in Europe this season. maxbet
 


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