3 To See: Chelsea, Monaco, Sevilla The football season's back! is a post from: Just Football
The football season is back! And with it, so is Three to See on Just Football, previewing three must-see games of the weekend. This week, Ebrahim Sadien previews games in France, Spain and England as the new Premier League season begins.
In what was presumably going to be a throw-away interview just like most with athletes, Thiago Silva somehow managed to throw himself and the stereotype of athletes under a Parisian bus. Everyone knows Barcelona wanted him, of course, and he says he turned them down. That's fine. Club loyalty. Except he says it's about the money.
Sports bra: check. Skimpy bottom to match: check. Ponytail: check.
You know, that looks an awful lot like the male Zlatan Ibrahimovic. And whoever it is, he's demanding all passing by look at him and whatever's going on with that ensemble. [Obligatory Gerard Pique joke.]
His descent into madness is going to be most fun of all.
Leonardo, the PSG director not the Ninja Turtle, isn't exactly having a fine few weeks. After Thiago Silva was sent off for lightly placing his hands on the referee last week, Leonardo decided it would be a smart idea to bump the referee in the tunnel. This may result in a suspension or worse, a points deduction for PSG.
Junior Tallo is "injured". He's carted off the pitch for his "injury". He's then substituted because his coach is under the impression that he's injured not "injured". Junior then bounds off the stretcher and emphasizes his anger over being substituted.
Junior Tallo's on loan. There is roughly zero chance that option is picked up.
Last year, Clement Grenier closed out the season with a series of wondergoals, beginning the process of turning himself into a household name. Summer's come and gone, and with Lyon taking on Real Madrid in a friendly...someone forgot to tell Clement, apparently. Hell, he might've closed out the global goal of the season competition in July.