“I Walk With the Dead” : Carey Mulligan retrouve Nicolas Winding Refn !

Bientôt à l’affiche de “Drive”, Carey Mulligan pourrait très vite retrouver son réalisateur, Nicolas Winding Refn, pour les besoins du thriller érotique “I Walk With the Dead”.

Nicolas Winding Refn est décidément un réalisateur fidèle ! Car si Tom Hardy n’a pas (encore ?) eu l’occasion de retrouver son metteur en scène de Bronson, Mads Mikkelsen (Pusher, Valhalla Rising) et Ryan Gosling (Drive, Only God Forgives, Logan’s Run), eux, peuvent témoigner, et Carey Mulligan ne devrait pas tarder à le faire. Elle aussi à l’affiche de Drive, attendu chez nous le 5 octobre, la comédienne pourrait en effet refaire équipe avec le metteur en scène, thriller sur lequel on ne sait pas grand chose, si ce n’est qu’il se déroulera à Miami, et qu’il y aura “beaucoup de sexe dedans”, à en croire NWR. Reste que ces retrouvailles ne seront sans doute pas pour tout de suite, le Danois étant sur le point de commencer le tournage d’Only God Forgives à Bangkok, avant d’enchaîner sur Logan’s Run. Mais rien ne dit que Carey Mulligan ne rejoigne pas ce dernier projet après tout…

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Former Man Utd defender names Ferguson’s ‘genius signing’

Robin van Persie “was a genius signing” and “the manager’s dream” at Man Utd.

Van Persie was essentially Sir Alex Ferguson’s cheat code to ensure his final season at Man Utd ended with one lats Premier League title.

The Dutchman won the Golden Boot and scored the title-clinching goals in a hat-trick against Aston Villa in April 2013.


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Evans, the Leicester centre-half who made 30 appearances for Man Utd that season, says he was the difference that season.

“It was a genius signing, to get someone from one of your rival clubs, where he’d been [for so long] – everyone was shocked,” he told The Guardian.

“He came to Manchester United to win the title, and he was a man on a mission that year. Ferguson loved people who could produce things out of the bag, moments of brilliance, moments of magic, and he had that in abundance.”

Evans picked out one particular game, a 3-2 win over Chelsea in October 2012 in which the Dutchman scored and helped reduce the Blues to ten men.

“We’d been working in training on trying to get Ashley Young running in between the right-back and right centre-back,” Evans said.

“There was a moment where Robin caught everyone out and tried a reverse pass with his right foot, into Ashley’s path. Branislav Ivanovic ended up getting sent off for being the last player.

“To be able to carry out this kind of plan made Robin the manager’s dream. There are other moments that stand out, too. His goal against Arsenal in his first game against them at Old Trafford – he did so with his right, and you think: ‘This guy can score.’”

 

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Premier League winger insists he can ‘be better’ than Mane

Southampton winger Moussa Djenepo believes he is capable of being “the next” version of Liverpool striker Sadio Mane.

Djenepo joined Southampton from Standard Liege in a deal worth up to £15million last summer.

The 21-year-old has begun relatively slowly in the Premier League, scoring two goals and assisting a further two in 18 appearances, of which ten have been starts.


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But the Mali international insists he “can be better” than “big inspiration” Mane in time.

“Sadio is a big inspiration for me. I like him, he’s a very big player,” he told talkSPORT.

“But I think I can be better if I work hard. Sadio is a very big player, and I’m young and I need to learn more.

“In the future we will see. I will do my best to become the next Sadio Mane.”

And when he does get better than Mane, Liverpool will just sign him. Perfect.

Djenepo also paid tribute to former Liverpool striker and current Saints teammate Danny Ings, who remains in the running to win the Premier League Golden Boot.

“It was a big motivation for me, that a big player like Danny took time to text you when you are young like I am,” he said.

“It meant everything to me. Danny’s a very, very good guy. He’s given me so much advice in training, we smile together and I’m trying to teach him the French language as well!”

 

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Taylor launches defence of controversial Charlton call

Lyle Taylor has explained and defended his decision not to extend his Charlton contract to the end of the current season.

Charlton manager Lee Bowyer confirmed that top scorer Taylor, as well as Chris Solly and David Davis, will not play when the season resumes on June 20.

In the case of Taylor, the fact his contract was already expiring meant that he did not wish to risk injury in the final games of the season, particularly considering Swansea, West Brom, Sheffield Wednesday, Rangers and Galatasaray have been linked.


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His decision to abstain from playing in Charlton’s relegation battle has not been well received but the 30-year-old realises he will not get “sympathy” from the supporters.

“I’ve sat in my living room staring at a blank TV screen for hours on end these last few weeks,” he told Sky Sports. “I’ve not eaten or slept properly. I’ve been up ’til 5am listening to the birds chirping thinking about it.

“Then I finally came to the decision together with the manager that he has openly spoken about. He said to me ‘Lyle I can see how cut up this has made you’. But this is a time nobody has had to deal with before – lockdown has been difficult for everyone.

“I’m gutted at the way it’s finishing, but I don’t expect people to care. I know that once the damage is done it’s irreparable and I don’t really expect any sympathy.

“We are the first ones able to go back so that’s difficult for footballers and football clubs. My reasons and concerns stem from my knee injury – it plays on the mind.

“It makes me think what would happen if I had an injury now that threatened the rest of my career. I’ll be honest with you, it scared the life out of me.

“That’s my honest reasoning. I know it won’t sit well with people but it’s been a very had decision to make.

“I want to play to keep this team in the league; we have worked so hard to get here. But there is something in the back of my head that says if you get a serious injury the chance you have worked and dreamed of since you were six-years-old is gone. I’m not 26 or 27 – I’m 30 years old. The way I play, it puts me in positions that I could get seriously injured at any time.

“I hope people can look at this and not hate me. I’d like to think people will listen to this with more of an open mind and look into my journey and where I’ve came from.”

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“I’m sure not many people will be sympathetic simply because I do the job that I do. I’m not okay with that but I’ll have to live with that.

“But this is a special set of circumstances and I’ll maybe have to think about looking about myself, my body and my livelihood this time.

“I have to be maybe a little more worried about myself and my future than what someone else feels they can say about me on radio, TV or social media.”

 

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Spurs forward Son gives details of his ‘tough’ military service

Spurs forward Son Heung-min has described his military service in South Korea as “tough” but said he was able to enjoy it during the Premier League’s enforced hiatus.

All South Korean men must complete mandatory military service by the age of 28 but Son, who turns 28 in July, avoided missing any time for Tottenham as he completed his last month with the season suspended amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The enforced break has also allowed Son to complete his recovery from the arm fracture he suffered in Spurs’ 3-2 win over Aston Villa in February.


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“It’s been a very busy three months,” Son joked in a video on the Spurs website.

Son was excused the full 21-month military service after helping South Korea to victory in the 2018 Asian Games, but was still required to serve a shorter period.

“It was a good experience,” Son said. “I couldn’t say everything that I’ve done but I really enjoyed it. Those guys were nice. The three weeks were tough but I tried to enjoy it.

“I don’t know how the people felt, but for me the three weeks have been long but it was a good experience, I enjoyed it.

“The first day when we don’t know each other was a bit weird but soon we got to know each other. We spent every day together in one room, 10 people very close, working together, we helped each other so the time was fantastic.

“Those guys, the first day and second day they couldn’t even speak to me but by the end they were joking with me and we were enjoying everyone together.”

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Son was out injured for the final weeks before the Premier League was suspended in mid-March, but the break in the season has allowed him to recover from a fractured arm, and he is now raring to get going again.

“I’m physically fine, I’m working really, really hard to be at my maximum level and I’m nearly there,” he said.

“Now we can train together, we’re training more then the last two weeks and the players – Moussa (Sissoko) is back, Harry (Kane) is back, Stevie (Bergwijn) is back, everyone wants to play again and everyone is motivated.”

 

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1ères séances : la messe est dite !

Loin devant le drame “Présumé coupable” emmené par Philippe Torreton, “Habemus Papam” de Nani Moretti s’offre le meilleur démarrage aux premières séances parisiennes de ce mercredi 7 septembre, avec 1582 entrées pour 20 copies. La comédie “Sexe entre amis” ferme la marche du podium avec 708 entrées.

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5 – Le Monde de Barney – 238 entrées (8 copies)

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7 – La Planque – 174 entrées (6 copies)

8 -Putty Hill – 42 entrées (2 copies)

9 – 18 jours – 28 entrées (5 copies)

10 – Alice – 19 entrées (3 copies)

11 – Le Départ – 19 entrées (2 copies)

12 – A la recherche de Garbo – 18 entrées (une copie)

13 – Carré blanc – 13 entrées (2 copies)

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Carragher offers Arsenal advice over Aubameyang’s future

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher thinks Arsenal should “keep” Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and risk losing him next summer for nothing.

The Gabon international has just over a year left on his contract at the Emirates Stadium with increased speculation in recent months over his future.

A report in The Sun today claims that Arsenal will risk him running down his contract if they can’t get a fee of £20m for him this summer.


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And Carragher thinks that it could be the the best course of action if Arsenal want to qualify for the Champions League.

Carragher said on Sky Sports: “It’s interesting because Liverpool were in the same situation as Arsenal towards the end of my career when you’re just missing out on the top-four.

“It’s okay to have rules like ‘we never let a player go on a Bosman ruling’, but if you’re Mikel Arteta, have you got more chance of getting back in the Champions League if he stays?

“That’s the decision they have to make. At this stage, there’s no doubt that Aubameyang is too good for Arsenal. We had that at Liverpool with Luis Suarez and certain other players.

“You’re desperate to keep hold of them because you want to build around those players. If they go you feel like you’re starting all over again.

“That will be a decision for them. It’s okay saying ‘if he doesn’t want to be there, let him go’. But it’s not as easy when you’re at that club and you have a player of such star quality who will be there or thereabouts for the Golden Boot every year.

“It’s not easy to find goalscorers so I’d keep Aubameyang and see what you can do, see if you can bring players in around him and hopefully have a successful season and convince him to stay over the next 12 months.

“If not, it still gives Arsenal a greater chance of getting back in the top-four and that’s where they need to be.”

 

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Report reveals fresh Arsenal stance on Aubameyang’s future

Arsenal are willing to lose Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for free next summer if they can’t get at least £20million for him, according to reports.

Speculation over Aubameyang’s future has ramped up in recent months, with the Gabon international approaching the final year of his contract at The Emirates.

Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid have all been previously linked with a move and French champions PSG have also emerged as contenders in recent weeks.


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On Tuesday, ESPN dismissed reports in L’Equipe that Arsenal had ‘offered Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang a contract extension’ with ESPN claiming that there is ‘no extension on the table for Aubameyang to agree or reject’.

And now The Sun says that Arsenal have a fresh stance on Aubameyang’s future with the north London club willing to keep him until the ‘end of his contract if they can’t get a decent price for him this summer’.

Specifically the report claims Arsenal are looking for £20million for him this summer after their initial valuation of around £50million put off Barcelona.

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The Sun reckons Arsenal ‘will not be panicked into selling their star striker to the first bidder just to avoid the risk of losing him for nothing next year’.

Mikel Arteta still reckons the Gunners can qualify for the Champions League this season and the Spaniard is hoping ‘he can use face-to-face talks to persuade Aubameyang that he can still achieve his ambitions at the Emirates’.

Ultimately the Gunners still ‘believe Aubameyang will be more valuable leading their attack for another season than leaving for a knockdown price.’

 

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Man City respond to rumours that Man Utd ‘will go for’ Sterling

Man City are confident that Raheem Sterling will remain at the Etihad Stadium despite interest from Man Utd, according to reports.

The England international left Liverpool in 2015 for a fee potentially rising to £49m after failing to win a trophy in three years at Anfield.

Since moving to City, Sterling has won two Premier League titles, an FA Cup and three League Cups, while he has scored 89 goals in 230 appearances.


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The 25-year-old still has three years remaining on his current deal at City but a report in The Independent on Tuesday claimed that Sterling is ‘suddenly high up in priority’ as Man Utd ponder whether the winger might be tempted to do a reverse-Tevez.

‘If he becomes available, United will go for him,’ says the report, which all seems highly unlikely, regardless of City’s European ban.

And now The Metro have brought us Man City’s response to the rumours, they claim that ‘City are completely unconcerned by United’s interest in Sterling and have no intention of allowing the winger to leave the club’.

In fact, The Metro reckons that the Citizens are ‘more confident than ever of keeping’ Sterling at the club with the two parties in talks over a possible new deal.

The report adds: ‘The club remain intent on keeping him and are more confident than ever that he will stay for his peak years given a ‘window of opportunity’ has been eradicated thanks to the pandemic’.

 

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Rodgers: Ex-Liverpool man should be one of ‘top three strikers’

Mario Balotelli should be one of the “top three” strikers in world football right now, according to his former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers.

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The controversial striker scored 30 goals in 80 matches for Manchester City before arriving at Liverpool in 2014 via a successful spell at AC Milan.

Rodgers, who was manager of the Reds at the time, brought him to Anfield in deal worth £16m.


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The Italian could only score one Premier League goal for Liverpool before being shipped out on a season-long loan to Milan and eventually left Anfield for Nice the season after on a free transfer.

“It was always going to be very difficult to replace a player like Luis [Suarez],” Rodgers told The Beautiful Game Podcast.

“There was a little bit of stuff written about that team, that it was a one man team, and that was really unfair. We created a team.

“That’s like saying Tottenham’s built around Harry Kane. He’s a world class striker but he needs the others around him as well. It’s the same here with Jamie Vardy, he’s a top level striker.

“When Luis left we were missing that spark and like you said – Alexis Sanchez.

“We had spoken over the summer and I was led to believe his partner was keen to move to London. He obviously went to Arsenal and was fantastic.

“We missed out and we had Daniel Sturridge who had been struggling, Fabio Borini who was looking to move on and we bought in Rickie Lambert to be the fourth choice to help and support in cup games.

“It ended up, with Luis going, Fabio going and Daniel being the only one, it left us in a really vulnerable position.

“It was pretty clear to see that, strikers I’ve always worked with, Mario Balotelli didn’t fit my style.

“But one thing I will say about Mario is that he has all the talent, and he genuinely has.

“He should be one of the top three strikers in world football. He has everything. It’s the difference between talent and working talent.

“It was just unfortunate he’d come in when Luis had left and in his first game he did very well.

“We won 3-0 at White Hart Lane and he was very good. Mario played with Daniel in a diamond and it worked so well, but after that game Daniel got injured.

“We went through a period when we were pressing the game, weren’t intense enough and I thought we had to change something because we’d lost that ingredient. That’s when I played Raheem (Sterling) there and we went to 3-4-3.”

 

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