first_img The same report claims that Madrid could potentially do a deal to sign the 17-year-old for a €60m deal and allow him to continue playing for the Ligue 1 club on a loan deal for the next season or two. The fact that Rennes would be able to potentially maintain their star for the next two years might allow them to negotiate his permanent exit for a reasonable sale. Real Madrid are plotting a move to sign Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga this summer to ensure no other clubs beat them to the deal. A report in Diario Sport outlines how interest from elsewhere – primarily from Paris Saint-Germain – means that Camavinga’s future is no longer certain due to his increased prominence.Advertisement Read Also: Lionel Messi gifts blind boy life-changing glassesHe has been a part of Rennes’ system since the age of 11 and is regarded to be one of the brightest prospects in French football.Born in Cabinda, Angola, Camavinga holds Congolese citizenship through his parents. He has lived in France since his second birthday.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… center_img Camavinga, 17, has caught the eye with his performances in Ligue 1 and he was involved in all 25 – starting 24 – league matches for his club last season, helping them to Champions League qualification.The central midfielder then became the youngest France international in over 100 years when he made his debut for Les Bleus earlier this month in the Nations League.Elsewhere, a report in Marca outlines how both Madrid and PSG are about to embark on a lengthy battle to secure the player’s signing next year.Earlier this week, PSG boss Thomas Tuchel said: “I would not say no to Camavinga. He is one of the best players in Ligue 1 and has a good future.”Whilst there is said to be a truce between the clubs on a signing this year, both will use their tricks to lure the player with Zinedine Zidane set to play a key role in Madrid’s charm offensive.Camavinga became the youngest ever professional for the club when he made his senior debut on 14 December 2018 at the age of 16 and one month. Promoted ContentYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The World’s 7 Most Spectacular Railway StationsA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemBest Car Manufacturers In The World10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our FutureThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read Morelast_img read more

first_img Published on November 25, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Michael: [email protected] | @Michael_Cohen13 The free fall continues.Four games removed from the program’s biggest win in a decade, this is perhaps rock bottom for Syracuse. Saturday’s 17-point loss to Cincinnati, a team without its starting quarterback, left Doug Marrone without solutions.A month’s worth of mental mistakes, poor execution and missed opportunities culminated with the fourth consecutive loss for the Orange and landed its head coach in arguably the low point of his three-year tenure at SU.‘Right now,’ Marrone said, ‘not a lot of answers right now.’The team that played essentially a perfect game to obliterate the No. 11 ranked team in the country Oct. 21 has vanished. In its place is an ineffective alter ego dwelling at the bottom of the Big East standings. Syracuse’s 30-13 loss to Cincinnati (8-3, 4-2 Big East) gave the Orange (5-6, 1-5 Big East) its first four-game losing streak since the Greg Robinson era and leaves SU with one final chance to clinch bowl eligibility next week. A crowd of 38,159 inside the Carrier Dome was disappointed once again, as SU’s offense continued its regression ever since hanging 49 points on West Virginia.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text‘I guarantee you don’t have any idea how I’m feeling right now,’ Marrone said. ‘The reason why: I can’t believe I’ve disappointed the fans, the people, everyone. It’s my responsibility. That’s why I don’t think people can understand it.’The downward spiral stretches from being on the cusp of cracking the Top 25 for the first time since the end of the 2001 season to Saturday’s fourth consecutive failed attempt at clinching bowl eligibility.And it’s been the Syracuse offense that has withered right alongside the Orange’s season.Marrone and offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett both said this week’s game plan against the Bearcats was a reversion to plays and schemes instituted on day one of training camp. It was supposed to be simple and easy for the players so that they wouldn’t have to think out on the field.The result was a 4-for-15 performance on third down, four sacks of quarterback Ryan Nassib and the second-lowest point total of the season.‘We’ve just got to change some calls, change some plays,’ Marrone said. ‘Because obviously we can’t execute what we’re doing even when we have guys open or guys coming free.’With two weeks of preparation for the Bearcats, coaches and players were hoping for an improved offensive performance after struggling for the previous three games.But from the opening play of SU’s first possession of the game — a play-action bootleg pass toward Nick Provo just a few yards beyond the line of scrimmage — the offense looked eerily similar.The inability to get the ball deep down field remained: Nassib’s longest completion was 27 yards. The failure to make plays in the red zone persisted: Nassib overthrew an open Provo on a third down in the second quarter, and Alec Lemon couldn’t bring in a touchdown pass early in the fourth. And another slow start hampered the Orange: 65 total yards in the first quarter.‘We made a good amount of mental mistakes and just didn’t make enough plays,’ Nassib said.Nassib made likely the biggest mental mistake of all on SU’s first possession of the fourth quarter. Syracuse scored a touchdown to claw back within 23-13, and the defense made a stop to give the Orange offense a chance.But after marching the team down the field, the drive came to a halt with a fourth-and-12 play. Nassib rolled right and completed a pass to Dorian Graham, five yards short of the first down.Both Jarrod West and Lemon, the two primary targets on the play whose routes were beyond the first down marker, were ignored. Nassib didn’t even give Graham a chance as he was tackled immediately for the turnover on downs.‘He could have picked either one, and both of them looked like they had a chance,’ Hackett said of West and Lemon.The demoralizing turnover set the stage for a 69-yard touchdown reception by Isaiah Pead to put the game out of reach.For the fourth straight game, Marrone was asked why his team continues to underperform and seemingly take steps back with each successive week. The frustration and anger were perfectly clear, with a hint of embarrassment now evident in his voice.Syracuse has plummeted through its worst stretch since 2007, and there’s only one chance left to right the ship. The season that is already a disappointment when assessed by the preseason goal of competing for the Big East championship is beginning to look like a lost cause.‘I don’t think I can even explain how I feel,’ Marrone said. ‘Losing four straight games is unacceptable.’[email protected] Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

first_imgLast Updated: 6th October, 2019 12:33 IST WWE RAW: Charlotte Flair’s Toughest In-ring Competitors In The WWE WWE Raw: Charlotte is an immensely popular wrestler. Let’s take a look at the women who came close to shutting down the queen of women’s division in the ring. Written By 1 year ago CM Punk recalls John Cena rivalry, says ‘enjoyed working with him’ Charlotte Flair has also had major rivalries with the likes of Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks in the past. Both women managed to put up a competitive battles against Flair proving themselves to be serious contenders in the ring. Both Sasha and Becky are riding high in WWE right now. Lynch is the current RAW Women’s champion and Sasha is all set to take her on at the upcoming Hell in a Cell PPV for the title.Also Read | WWE Raw Preview: Brock Lesnar To Return, Rollins To Face Rey Mysterio WE RECOMMEND Charlotte Flair is on her way to greatness and a legend in the making. Infact, she’s almost there already. The daughter of legendary Nature Boy ‘Ric Flair’ has come a long way in her WWE career. From making a successful NXT debut to becoming a 10 time women’s champion, and a record 146 days’ title reign in the women’s division, Flair has made rapid strides in the WWE.She has everything that one would look out for in a star. Athleticism, charisma aside, she is always red carper ready. She plays her character beautifully and always has a story to tell. She is undoubtedly one the biggest stars in women’s section of the WWE.Also Read | WWE: Five Times Charlotte Flair Surprised Her Opponents And FansThe Charlotte EvolutionFlair’s evolution began in the WWE’s developmental territory NXT as part of the Four Horsewomen. She transitioned to the main roster and showed the world that she is far more than a five-foot-ten blond woman who could simply trade on her father’s fame. She also claims to be genetically superior to most women on the roster. Having said that, let us look at who in the current roster has decimated the Queen of the Women’s Division.Also Read | WWE Raw: Bobby Lashley returns to WWE, kisses Lana in front of RusevWhen Ronda Rousey Was Considered The Only Legitimate Threat To Charlotte FlairRonda Rousey went toe-to-toe against Charlotte Flair at Survivor Series last year. Ronda, who was then undefeated went into the fight with hopes of submitting the Queen with her famous armbar. Given Rousey’s MMA background, many believed that Ronda would give her a beating the fans have never seen before. During the match, Charlotte managed to escape Ronda thereby getting herself disqualified. Ronda Rousey is currently on a hiatus, and while there are no official reports on her return date, there are rumours that claim Ronda will be back in the company very soon. It will be interesting to watch Ronda continue her rivalry with Flair in the future.Also Read | WWE Raw results: Lesnar beats Mysterio; Styles and Rollins win titles 1 year ago Batista snubbed: WWE leaves him out of Smackdown tribute video 1 year ago Independence Day wishes come in for India from the WWE; John Cena, Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins join in Danish Ansari 1 year ago Ric Flair-less, loses followers after crossing Becky Lynch’s path FOLLOW US 11 months ago WWE RAW: Rey Mysterio vs Gran Metalik Match Overview SUBSCRIBE TO US WATCH US LIVE LIVE TV First Published: 6th October, 2019 12:33 IST COMMENTlast_img read more