Balestier Khalsa – Brunei DPMM play today from SINGAPORE: S.League 24.06.2016 at.1:00 PM.

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Game of the league of Singapore that were disputing 6to place Brunei vs 8vo place of the general table.

The game sera very closed since they present a result with weak very similar teams.

In this meeting we will be able to see that both set squares were annotating goal since they can do it, in his last meeting one gave a scoreboard of 3-1 in favour of Brunei, so for this meeting they us were presenting a very similar result.

We go for the green one.

Bet BTS – YES odds. 2.00

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Chapecoense-SC – Gremio play today from Brazil Serie A 16.06.2016 at.23:30.

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Important game for Union not to be unhooked of the zone of above. Union comes from a dynamic scorer as visitor, for against Chepacoense only it has marked a goal in his last two games as place. The figures total scorers of both teams are similar but I trust in the quality and superiority of Union. We bet for 2 that it costs him to Union to continue in it her fights above of the classification.

Bet Gremio win ! Odds. 3.00

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Cordoba – Girona play today from Spain Segunda Division – Promotion – Play Offs – Semi-finals 09.06.2016 at.19:00.

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Game of play-off from ascent to the first division that faces the Córdoba and the Girona in the first leg. My prediction that the Córdoba gains to a stake 3.
Pulling statistics the Córdoba him at cattle 5 of 7 games that to played in house opposite to the Girona, in this season also I win him when they faced in the going and the return, in my opinion I see mas loudly the Córdoba that to the Girona and I see mas close eliminating other one. The Córdoba will have to extract a good result in house to go to Girona with an advantage that does not make be played it there.
First of all sure this that sera the nice eliminating one where come here it was played without saving itself anything, luck to whom I follow and for the green one!

Bet Cordoba win ! odds. 2.50 !

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Newly promoted Reading needs the new money to be pumped in to the club by its new owners, according to chairman and former owner Sir John Madejski.

The takeover of the Royals by Russian tycoon Anton Zingarevich was completed on Monday.

Sir John told BBC Radio Berkshire: “The fact is you need these sort of people in football these days because it’s not for the faint-hearted.

“Anton ticks all the boxes and we’re lucky to have him.”

The deal, originally revealed by Sir John four months ago, saw Thames Sports Investment, owned by Zingarevich, acquire a controlling 51% stake in the club.

“As the name implies, it’s investment and that’s exactly what Reading Football Club needed – we’re back in the top flight, we need to have the ambition to stay there and I think Anton has ambition and that’s what it’s all about,” said Sir John.

“What I like about the new owners is they want to keep the status quo, not change things radically, but we go forward because they have fantastic ambitions for the club, on and off the pitch.”

However Sir John said he thought it unlikely the club would be making a series of “big name” signings this summer.

“I hope not. We go for talented young players with a future, that’s the Reading way and I’m sure that’s something that will be adhered to in the future,” he said.

“We’ve already signed Garath McCleary and there’ll be more [signings] in the pipeline. The deal has only just been consummated but they’re already plotting their next moves in terms of strengthening the squad.”

He also suggested the stadium that currently bears his name may be expanded.

“Not tomorrow – but if we maintain our Premier League status for another year I’m sure that will happen,” he said.

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Manchester United are closing in on the signing of Japan midfielder Shinji Kagawa after agreeing a deal in principle with his club Borussia Dortmund.

The 23-year-old has still to agree personal terms but United expect negotiations to progress smoothly.

The initial fee for Kagawa is in the region of £12m, rising to £17m depending on success and appearances.

“Some details are to be confirmed,” Dortmund director Michael Zorc said.

The expected arrival of Kagawa is likely to excite United’s vast Asian fanbase, with the future of South Korea midfielder Park Ji Sung uncertain.

On Tuesday, United claimed their fanbase had almost doubled in the past five years to reach 659 million “followers” globally. Asia accounts for 325 million of those.

United had hoped to have completed a deal for Eden Hazard, but with the Belgium midfielder opting to pursue a move to Chelsea, Sir Alex Ferguson has acted swiftly.

Kagawa has shone for Dortmund this season, scoring 13 goals in 31 Bundesliga matches, as the German club won a league and cup double.

Ferguson was present when Kagawa scored in Dortmund’s 5-2 win over Bayern Munich in the German Cup final this month, with the player able to play wide or in a more central role.

Despite Kagawa’s obvious appeal in Asia, United commercial director Richard Arnold denied any suggestion players were signed to boost profits.

He said: “Our popularity in certain countries or regions may depend, at least in part, on fielding certain players from those countries or regions.

“We don’t sign players to sell shirts. We are reliant on 25 players and they are all massive stars. We have 25 George Clooneys.

“When you look at the success we’ve seen in that part of the world [Asia], it isn’t down to any one player or person.

“For Manchester United, it’s more than any one player. It was more than George Best, it was more than Bryan Robson, it was more than David Beckham, it was more than Cantona, than Park.”

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Roberto Martinez has committed his future to Wigan, according to chairman Dave Whelan.

Martinez held talks with both Liverpool and Aston Villa before confirming he plans to remain in charge at the DW Stadium.

He returned from a holiday in Barbados this week to the promise of renewed investment at Wigan from his chairman.

“We’re just so pleased that he’s staying with us for another season,” Whelan told Sky Sports.

Martinez spoke with Whelan on Wednesday and was assured plans for a new £1.5m indoor training pitch would be pushed through as well as money for new signings.

He added: “We want Roberto to be happy at Wigan and we’ll be aiming to make sure we do everything to help him.

“We’ve discussed a lot of things and it was a productive afternoon. He’s got two years left on his current contract and we will be looking to extend that.

“We’ve also agreed to build up the academy and the training facilities.”

Whelan revealed for the first time that his manager had been allowed to discuss the vacant post at Villa who are looking for a manager after sacking Alex McLeish – a position Norwich manager Paul Lambert is now favourite to take.

He said: “He has had some talks with Villa but he’s not going to go there. Villa are a fantastic club with great fans, but I never thought they were big enough for him.

“I’ve said all along that I never thought he would end up there, and, fortunately for us, that’s how it has turned out.

“If Roberto is to go anywhere, it will be to one of the top clubs in Europe.”

Martinez had been a front-runner for the Liverpool job, having held talks with owner John W Henry in Miami last week.

But Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers is now expected to fill that position.

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England coach Gary Neville says that the way the nation have celebrated reaching major tournaments in the past has been “embarrassing”.

Neville thinks England’s expectations should not be so high, just because they have qualified for a major finals.

He said: “After qualifying in Italy in 97-98 and then against Greece in 2001-02, it was almost – when you look back now – a little bit embarrassing.

“All we’d done is qualify. But it was like we’d reached the World Cup final.”

The former Manchester United and England defender, 37, added: “It’s now about managing expectations slightly differently and probably being a little bit more realistic about what we are and where we’ve been.

“It’s about showing that humility to say ‘Spain are there, France did win World Cups, Brazil are there’. We are trying to get to them rather than thinking we are there already just by qualifying for a tournament.”

In Euro 2012 qualifying, a 2-2 draw in Montenegro sealed England’s place at the finals, during which they will be based in a city centre location rather than a remote base. In 2010, England were in Rustenburg – two hours north of Johannesburg – after criticisms of their stay in Baaden Baaden in 2006.

Neville explained the Krakow city centre choice by saying: “We’re asking the players to do the same thing that they are used to doing in the days between a game.

“This time we are staying in a central location so they are not isolated in the countryside, which can be a little bit boring at times. I don’t want the ‘oh, diddums’ to come out – but the reality is that players would not pen themselves into a countryside location between a Saturday and a Tuesday game for their clubs.

“We are saying ‘do what you would normally do with your club’. You can’t repeat a home environment – the kids won’t be there, your wife or girlfriend won’t be there – but players should try to do what they normally do.”

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Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku has said he can take no satisfaction in his club’s Champions League and FA Cup triumphs because he did not play a significant part in them.

The Belgium international joined Chelsea from Anderlecht in August for £20m but has made just four starts.

The 19-year-old also admitted he could be forced out on loan next season.

“I don’t like people talking to me about the Champions League. It wasn’t me, but my team that won,” he said.

“When [Salomon] Kalou put the cup on my lap in the bus I asked him to take it away immediately. I didn’t want to touch it because just as with the Champions League I had no part in it at all,” he told De Standaard newspaper.

“Chelsea really wanted me last summer and paid a lot for me but after a while I thought, are you just throwing money around?”

Lukaku, who is yet to score for the Blues, will seek talks with the new Chelsea boss before deciding on his future.

“During the conversation with the manager I will see whether he’s serious about me or not. If not, I will go away on loan. I have to play,” he added.

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Liverpool have agreed a compensation deal with Swansea for Brendan Rodgers to become the new manager at Anfield.

The 39-year-old is expected sign a three-year contract with Liverpool and his appointment is likely to be officially confirmed within 24 hours.

Swansea first-team coach Colin Pascoe, match-analyst Chris Davies and conditioning expert Glen Driscoll will move with Rodgers to Anfield.

Liverpool finished eighth in the league and sacked Kenny Dalglish on 16 May.

The Reds were 17 points away from a Champions League qualification spot, but won the League Cup and reached the FA Cup final.

In contrast, Northern Irishman Rodgers guided his Swansea side to an impressive first season in the top flight, including a 1-0 win over Liverpool on the final day of the season.

After parting ways with Dalglish, Liverpool embarked on an extensive search for a new manager.

The Reds were linked not only with Rodgers and Wigan manager Roberto Martinez but also former Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas, ex-England coach Fabio Capello, and Ajax manager Frank de Boer.

Rodgers declined the opportunity to speak to Liverpool about the vacancy 12 days ago, and instead the club’s hierarchy sought a meeting with Wigan’s Martinez.

But it appears Rodgers was always the preferred candidate, despite Wigan chairman Dave Whelan at one point suggesting his manager had been offered the job at Anfield.

The proposed appointment of Louis Van Gaal as sporting director looked increasingly unlikely on Wednesday night with Rodgers demanding complete control of football matters.

Swansea released a statement from chairman Huw Jenkins on the club’s website on Wednesday, which read: “I was contacted by Liverpool last night and they expressed their wish to speak to Brendan regarding their vacancy.

“I had a discussion with Brendan to talk about their interest and his views on whether he wanted to speak to Liverpool.

“He expressed his wish with me to do that and he has spoken to Liverpool today.

“Following on from discussions with Liverpool’s owners, Brendan has informed us that he would like to take up their offer to manage Liverpool.

“At the moment we are currently in talks with the owners to agree compensation.

“We are trying to finalise that within the next 24 hours.”

Rodgers’ managerial career began at Watford in 2008 after coaching spells at Reading and Chelsea.

His return to Reading was an unhappy one but, after his appointment as Swansea boss in July 2010, Rodgers guided his Welsh side to promotion to the top flight in May 2011, making Swansea the first Welsh team to reach the Premier League.

Former England striker Gary Lineker, tweeted: “I feel this could be a very shrewd appointment. Totally gets the way the game’s evolving.”

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Benfica sporting director Rui Costa has made it clear that Fabio Coentrao will not be available on the cheap as he warns interested clubs it will take a significant offer to secure his services.

Real Madrid are still eager to add the Portuguese international to their squad this summer, but are reluctant to meet Benfica’s valuation of €30 million.

Bayern Munich are also in the running. As Goal.com previously revealed, Bayern have made Coentrao their primary target in the summer transfer market and the Bavarians appear to be ready to splash out €25m to capture the wide player.

However, Rui Costa said the clubs would have to meet their demands, and that there is little room for negotiation.

“Fabio Coentrao has made great progress. He is doing well and everyone is keeping an eye on him,” he told Mediaset Premium show ‘Europa League Live’.

“If we lose him it will be for a fee that satisfies us.”

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