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Safe Hands: Ranking All 24 Starting Goalkeepers At Euro 2020

The build-up to every major international tournament is the same: who has the best striker? Or, this is why x midfielder is going to dominate or why this winger is the key to this country getting out of its group. 

But no one ever talks about the goalkeepers. In such a short tournament, where three matches decide a team's fate, the importance of the goalkeeper becomes magnified. 

So let's give the goalkeepers the spotlight for a little bit, because often they're the ones that end up deciding the tournament.

El Reporte Con Todo Lo Que Necesitas Saber De Bruno Lage, El Nuevo Técnico De Raúl Jiménez

Raúl Jiménez ya no tiene que mirar al techo o a las paredes para buscar una voz que lo guíe. Wolverhampton anunció hoy al sucesor de Espírito Santo, Nuno Espírito Santo. Se trata del técnico Bruno Lage, quien -¡oh, sorpresa!- también es portugués.

¿No te suena? Bueno, fui un rato a googlear para que tú no tuvieras que hacerlo.

¿Quién es Bruno Lage?

Nombre completo: Bruno Miguel Silva do Nascimento.

Edad: 45 años (12 de mayo de 1976).

Lugar de nacimiento: Setúbal, Portugal.

No James Ward-Prowse? Five Big Takeaways From England's Euro 2020 Final Squad Announcement

On Tuesday, England's 33-man preliminary squad was reduced to its final 26 members for the upcoming Euro 2020 tournament.

The likes of Jesse Lingard, James Ward-Prowse and Ollie Watkins were cut, while Manchester United's Mason Greenwood withdrew due to injury:

Wolves Prepare Farewell To Manager Nuno After Four Remarkable Season

WOLVERHAMPTON — Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo is to leave at the end of the season, the club said on Friday.

The 47-year-old has been in charge since 2017, guiding Wolves back to the Premier League in his first season at the helm and then enjoyed consecutive seventh-placed finishes.

Raúl Jiménez Puede Volver A Cabecear Un Balón Y Tiene Fecha De Regreso A Los Campos

Raúl Jiménez recibió una tremenda noticia este miércoles. El cuerpo médico del Wolverhampton anunció públicamente que la fractura de cráneo que sufrió el 29 de noviembre de 2020, en un duelo ante Arsenal, “ha sanado completamente”. En términos concretos, esto significa que el delantero mexicano ya puede volver a entrenarse al ciento por ciento e incluso cabecear balones.

The18 Sets Out To Determine Who The Worst Player In The Premier League Is

Every Premier League fan has those few players they believe should be banished from the league, whether it be a starter on their team that regularly makes costly errors, or the bench player who has as many first team appearances as loan spells.

When it comes to evaluating the worst players of the Premier League, one soon realizes there is a problematic paradox that arises. I refer to it as the mediocrity paradox:

On The Chopping Block: Seven Premier League Starters Who Could Be Benched Next Season

Something we often forget about professional footballers is that unlike most of us, they actually have pretty lousy job security. A manager will bench a player who is playing poorly without any second thought because the success of the team is more important than any individual player. 

Of course, the starting lineup is always fluid, but players have to fight every week to make the starting XI, even when it seems like their position is secured. And eventually, every player will be replaced; it is only a question of when. 

De Layún A Chicharito: Los Máximos Goleadores Mexicanos En La Premier League

Desde que la primera división inglesa pasó a llamarse Premier League, en la temporada 1992-93, diez son los futbolistas con pasaporte mexicano que han vestido la camiseta de alguno de sus clubes. No todos, sin embargo, han tenido el placer de agitar la garganta de los aficionados en las tribunas al ritmo de un gol. Dicho privilegio, hasta ahora, solo recae en seis jugadores.

¿Quiénes son? ¿Dónde anotaron? ¿Cuántas veces lo hicieron? Aquí la lista, enfatizando que solo incluimos goles en Premier League y no otras competencias.

Will Raúl Jiménez Play In Olympics This Summer? Wolves Boss Provides Caveat

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo said Mexican striker Raúl Jiménez cannot be considered for this year's Tokyo Olympics unless he first returns to action for the Premier League club.

Jiménez is recovering from surgery on a fractured skull suffered after a clash of heads with Arsenal defender David Luiz during a match in November.

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