We were spoiled with stunning strikes in Macthday 6 of the Premier League.
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Watch the best of the bunch in the video above and let us know which was your favorite in the comments section below.
Southampton FC’s media team have put together a hilarious video as fictional character Dr Barry Gale returns following his brief exploits as a “Player integration officer” during the 2014-15 season.
This time, Gale is going on a European tour ahead of Saints’ first-ever Europa League group stage game on the road.
Click play on the video above to get Gale’s guide to Israel.
Let’s see what Gale has in store for Milan and Prague in the next few months.
There are plenty of players who are red-hot after Matchday 6 in the Premier League.
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For this first time this season, we compiled a list of the top 20 players last week. You can find that here, but who is surging up our PL player Power Rankings?
Players from Liverpool and Manchester City dominate the list, with plenty of new entries also making a surge up the rankings.
Let us know if you agree in the comments section below.
- Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) – Up 8
- Kevin De Bruyne (Man City) – Down 1
- Sadio Mane (Liverpool) – Up 4
- Diego Costa (Chelsea) – Down 2
- Paul Pogba (Man United) – New entry
- Raheem Sterling (Man City) – Down 2
- Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool) – New entry
- Adam Lallana (Liverpool) – New entry
- Heung-Min Son (Tottenham Hotspur) – Up 9
- Marcus Rashford (Man United) – Up 7
- Kelechi Iheanacho (Man City) – Down 6
- Romelu Lukaku (Everton) – Down 5
- Sergio Aguero (Man City) – New entry
- Nicolas Otamendi (Man City) – Down 1
- Mesut Ozil (Arsenal) – New entry
- Juan Mata (Man United) – New entry
- Virgil Van Dijk (Southampton) – Up 5
- Georginio Wijnaldum (Liverpool) – Down 4
- Christian Benteke (Crystal Palace) – New entry
- Dusan Tadic (Southampton) – New entry
Former U.S. men’s national team head coach Bob Bradley has reportedly met with Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins.
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Bradley, 58, is the current head coach of Le Havre in Ligue 2 in France but with current Swansea manager Francesco Guidolin under plenty of pressure following four defeats in their opening six games of the Premier League season, both Bradley and Ryan Giggs have been linked with the position.
As of yet there has been no comment from Swansea, Le Havre or anybody else in-between but the BBC is reporting that Bradley met with Jenkins at Bristol Airport in England over the past few days.
ProSoccerTalk understands that there is genuine interest in Bradley’s services from Swansea. The south wales side host Liverpool on Saturday (Watch live, 7:30 a.m. ET on NBCSN and online via NBC Sports) and a heavy defeat could be the end for Guidolin.
It is easy to see why the Swans would turn to New Jersey native Bradley, who has previously worked wonders in trying situations and on shoestring budgets. After leaving the U.S. national team in 2011 following five years in charge, highlighted by a Gold Cup title in 2007, runner up spot at the 2009 Confederations Cup and a Round of 16 berth at the 2010 World Cup, Bradley took the Egyptian national team to the brink of the 2014 World Cup during a time of huge turmoil in the African country which impacted all of his players heavily.
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He returned to club management in 2014, taking tiny Norwegian side Stabaek to European qualification over two seasons and almost led Le Havre to promotion to Ligue 1 after taking charge of the French second-tier side midway through last season. Bradley has a great track record of working with youngsters and operating on a small budget, which is exactly how Swansea operate.
Bradley has been linked with several jobs in the Premier League in the past with West Brom, Aston Villa, Fulham and Hull City mentioned, but it seems with Swansea’s U.S. investors (led by Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan) now playing a pivotal role in decision making at the Liberty Stadium, Bradley has emerged as a serious contender if Guidolin is fired.
He would be the first-ever American to manage in the Premier League if this all works out.