ditions the way they were today

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ditions the way they were today

Postby lw789 » Fri Jun 15, 2018 6:51 am

Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta admits he is considering his future, potentially putting an end to his eight-year spell at the club. The 31-year-old was substituted in Manchester Citys 3-0 win against Chelsea last weekend in what was just his 10th league appearance of the season.The Argentina international has been sidelined with knee and medial ligament injuries this season, and has been competing for game time with team-mate Bacary Sagna. As a result, Zabaleta admits he has been considering his future at the club.Speaking exclusively to Sky Sports News HQ, Zabaleta said: He [Sagna] has been outstanding this season.Im so glad for him because hes a great lad, a great player and also hes given me a chance to have some rest thinking about the future. Manchester City defender Bacary Sagna has been playing regularly ahead of Zabaleta this season I have just one more year here [on my contract] and well see what happens at the end of the season. We expect big changes at the club with a new manager coming in.Zabaleta says discussions about his future are likely to happen at the end of the season before he sets off on international duty with Argentina to Copa America.Probably at the end of the season, we have to sit down with the club and decide what will happen, he added. Pep Guardiola will take over as Manchester City manager in the summer My only concern is just thinking about another big tournament in the summer and coming back probably without rest and without pre-season.The best thing for me is just be focused on trying to finish this season in the best way. All the players will have to hear from the new manager and what his new ideas are for next season.Manchester City face Newcastle on Tuesday, live on Sky Sports, and a win would create a three-point gap over fourth-placed Arsenal. Manchester Citys Pablo Zabaleta has suffered with injuries this season Its going to be a really tough game, said Zabaleta. Even if they are not in their best situation so far this season. I think its huge game for them to get three points and move closer to staying up in the Premier League.St James Park is one of the best grounds, I really enjoy playing there, the atmosphere is always fantastic.I want Manchester City to win the game and if we get three points and can finish the season in third or second that would be important thinking about next season.Watch Newcastle v Manchester City on Tuesday night from 7pm on Sky Sports 1 HD. Also See: Kompany, Sterling boost for City Newcastle v Man City preview Pellegrini: Pep news hurt us Newcastles woeful run vs City Steven Nzonzi France Jersey . Expensive. The NFL fined Tomlin $100,000 on Wednesday for interfering with Baltimores Jacoby Jones on a kickoff return in the third quarter of a 22-20 loss to the Ravens on Thanksgiving night. Ousmane Dembele France Jersey . 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Jets head coach Paul Maurice made the announcement Saturday following the morning skate and confirmed Al Montoya will start in goal against the Dallas Stars on Sunday.PARIS -- Andy Murray headed out on court with an opportunity to reach the French Open final for the first time. Rafael Nadal, however, didnt give him a chance. Murray, who missed the tournament at Roland Garros last year because of a back injury, reached the semifinals for the second time in four years. But for the second time in four years, he was beaten by Nadal in straight sets. "It was a tough day for me," said Murray, who lost 6-3, 6-2, 6-1 Friday. "It was a bad, bad day." Murrays serve was broken six times, the same number of break-point chances Nadal had. On the other end, Murray failed to even earn a break chance. "He missed hardly any balls," Murray said. "I mean, his forehand -- especially with the conditions the way they were today -- was incredibly hard to control the ball." Murray is now 7-7 in Grand Slam semifinals. He has won two major titles, including at Wimbledon last year where he became the first British man to win the grass-court tournament in southwest London since Fred Perry in 1936. But clay is a tougher surface for a player who likes the speedier courts. And playing on clay against Nadal, an eight-time French Open champion with a 65-1 record at Roland Garros, is tougher still. "Today, I was mis-hitting a lot of balls. It was incredibly fruustrating," Murray said.dddddddddddd "In some ways you start trying too hard, and it doesnt always appear that way. But you want to do stuff too badly, and you end up making more mistakes and things get worse." The weather didnt help. After nearly two weeks of overcast skies and cool weather, the sun was out and the temperature soared to 28 degrees C (82 degrees F). Perfect conditions for Nadal on his favourite court in the world. "He served well and I didnt return well. Simple," Murray said. 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