Last night, Vidal destroyed his Ferrari in a crash which involved another car in an area close to Santiago. “When we have everything clear, we will know what to do with regards to the future of Arturo. Today, what we need right now is to include him.” The footballer, who was accompanied by his wife, was returning to the capital after spending the night in a casino. Chilean national team coach, Jorge Sampaoli, has confirmed this Wednesday that Arturo Vidal will continue as part of his team, despite suffering a car accident on Tuesday as a result of drink driving. Upd. at 20:01 EFE/Sport EN Sampaoli maintained that it was just a mistake from the player, as to not return on time to the place within which the national team are based, as the rest of his teammates did. 17/06/2015 CEST “He is a very important player for us, he made a mistake which is not so decisive as to exclude him, but rather to try and convince him of what the national team needs from him in the future.” Vidal tested positive for alcohol and spent the night in custody in a police station. This Wednesday he was freed by a decision taken by a tribunal in Garantia, which revoked his driving license and ruled that the player would have to sign in every month during the 120 days of investigation surrounding the case.
A move to Villarreal is now just pending official confirmation from the three clubs involved in the complicated deal. Sam Marsden Upd. at 21:25 CEST Denis initially impressed after joining Sevilla, but he has fallen out of favour with Emery since then, despite the Sevilla manager wanting to keep him around. “It was something that needed to be addressed. We have defended our interests satisfactorily and it will be a good deal for everyone. “We are negotiating with Villarreal and Barça about Denis. Talks are very advanced,” he said at the presentation of Fernando Llorente on Friday night. Denis joined Sevilla on loan last summer, but recently he had been pressing for a move to Villarreal, where he feels he will play more regularly. Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez’s two-year loan at Sevilla will be cut short and the 21-year-old will join Villarreal on a permanent deal. “We have various ideas in the case that Denis does leave, but it’s likely that we don’t do anything right now.” Sevilla’s sporting director Monchi had earlier confirmed talks were progressing well with Villarreal and Barcelona regarding the Suarez’s future. Unai Emery would have liked to keep him at the Sanchez Pizjuan, however Monchi admitted a move to Villarreal was more likely. 28/08/2015 The Yellow Submarine are set to pay Sevilla four million euros to end the loan, with Barça then allowing him to move El Madrigal for free. However, the Catalan club will maintain a clause to re-buy him for three million euros at the end of the current season; or for six million euros in the summer of 2017.
IN SPORT.ES “We cannot continue to support a club whose difficulties are daily news. Unfortunately we have to put an end to this adventure because we’ve already gone too far,” the major of Calais, Natacha Bouchert, explained on Wednesday as she announced the liquidation of the club, whose debts are “impossible to maintain”. Calais, then in the fourth tier, were the most surprising of finalists and only lost the final 2-1 – and some still claim they deserved to win it – against Nantes, who recovered from 1-0 to win 2-thanks to a late, debatable penalty. Calais: de la final de Copa a la desaparición Jordi Blanco However, those glorious days seem like a different world for the club now. In 2006, then playing in the third tier, the club reached the quarter finals before being knocked out by Nantes, again but in recent years poor financial management and poor results on the pitch has brought the club to its knees. CEST The good times left Calais a while ago. In recent times the town has been in the news mainly due to the dramatic images of refugees on its beaches and this week the foretold death of its football club, Calais RUFC, was finally announced. On 7 May 2000, the club played in the French cup final as the culmination as the biggest adventure in the history of French football. Calais RUFC were due to play this season in the Régionale 4, in the ninth tier of French football, but will probably disappear immediately, liquidating all its assets to give rise to a new club called Calais Football Club Hauts-de-France that will replace Calais RUFC and try to somehow recreate the glory of that cup run. The cup run made the team, then managed by Spaniard Ladislas Lozano, a phenomenon across northern France and 25,000 people travelled to the Stade du France to support the team – from a population of 80,000. 07/09/2017 Upd. at 16:14
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