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Why the Cincinnati Bengals WON’T win Super Bowl LVII [Season Preview] | CBS Sports HQ

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Transfer Talk: Phillips to spurn Manchester United for Manchester City if Leeds go down

The summer transfer window is approaching, and there’s plenty of gossip swirling about who’s moving where. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest buzz on rumours, comings and goings and, of course, done deals!

TOP STORY: Phillips to Man City if Leeds go down

Manchester City are looking to beat rivals Manchester United in signing Leeds United talisman Kalvin Phillips, according to the Daily Star.

Phillips is expected to leave his boyhood club this summer if they are relegated, with Jesse Marsch’s side currently sitting one point outside the bottom three.

There is plenty of interest in the England international with Liverpool also looking at him for a deal potentially set to be worth £60 million.

However, Phillips has already told those close him that he has no intention of joining the Red Devils due to the intense and historic rivalry they have with Leeds.

While reluctant to leave the club he has supported since being a young boy, it also understood that Phillips could triple his wages and would find the prospect of working with Guardiola too hard to turn down.

On Wednesday, sources told ESPN that Man City, who have already signed Erling Haaland, want to bring in new reinforcements — including a midfielder and a full-back — during the summer window. Pep Guardiola is also interested in Declan Rice but reportedly feels a transfer for the West Ham United star could be too expensive.

Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are also said to have enquired about Phillips, but he would prefer to stay in the Premier League.

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Sky Sports Deutschland have reported that Bayern Munich have had a first meeting with the representatives of Stuttgart striker Sasa Kalajdzic. An agreement hasn’t been reached yet but Bayern are doing all they can to bring him in, with Stuttgart willing to let the frontman leave for around €20m to €25m, with his contract set to end in 2023.

– Discussions between Barcelona and Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso are at an advanced stage, according to Fabrizio Romano, who adds that the 31-year-old wants to return to Spain. The deal will rest on how much Chelsea want for his transfer, as Barcelona aren’t willing to spend a large fee on somebody whose contract ends in 2023.

– Barcelona will begin work on a deal to sign Endrick from Palmeiras in the coming days, with the Brazilian forward turning 16 in July, reports Diario Sport. It is expected that he would continue to play for Palmeiras until 2024, when he would be 18 years old, but the Blaugrana don’t want to risk missing out on signing him. Real Madrid have also been linked.

Calciomercato have reported that Lazio are negotiating with AC Milan centre-back Alessio Romagnoli, who will be a free agent in the summer. The talks have been ongoing since February and Lazio boss Maurizio Sarri has made Romagnoli a priority, with the defender wanting to play for the Rome side.

– Lazio aren’t stopping there, as Sky Sports Italia have suggested they are close to agreeing a deal for Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Marcos Antonio that would be worth €8m. While a contract hasn’t been signed yet, there has been a verbal agreement between the two parties. Lazio see Antonio as somebody they can play immediately but also develop for the future.

C's Smart probable, Horford doubtful for Thu.

MIAMI — The Boston Celtics said Marcus Smart is probable to play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals Thursday night with a right midfoot sprain and Al Horford is doubtful as he remains in the NBA’s health and safety protocols.

Both players missed Boston’s Game 1 loss Tuesday against the Miami Heat. Smart had been questionable to play all day leading up to the game after taking a hard fall in Boston’s Game 7 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference semifinals that allowed them to advance to reach the East finals for a fourth time in six years.

Horford’s absence, however, came as a surprise, one the team didn’t know it would be dealing with until a couple of hours before the game.

“We’ve got to be even more disciplined,” Jaylen Brown said after that Game 1 loss. “Obviously, we weren’t prepared to be without Al. We definitely weren’t prepared to be without Al and Smart. It’s not an excuse. We’ve got to be better.”

While Smart’s absence wasn’t expected to be long-term, Horford’s return to play timeline is unclear. For a player to return to game action after testing positive, there are two paths: Return two consecutive negative PCR tests at least 24 hours apart or return two consecutive PCR tests sampled at least 24 hours apart with cycle threshold (CT) values greater than 30 beginning no sooner than Day 4 and 5 after initially testing positive.

This marks the third time Horford has been placed in the league’s health and safety protocols. He tested positive for COVID-19 during the preseason, and then was placed in the protocols again in December.

Also on Wednesday, Boston coach Ime Udoka was sick with a non-COVID-19 illness.

Celtics center Robert Williams, who returned to the starting lineup and played 28 minutes in Game 1, said he felt fine Wednesday after sitting out Games 5, 6 and 7 against Milwaukee with a bone bruise in his left knee — the same knee which he had surgery on his meniscus late in the regular season and missed the beginning of the playoffs.

Asked about a moment when he came up limping in the fourth quarter, grabbing at that leg, Williams said it was just a case of cramps, and that he would be fine for Game 2.

The Heat once again said Kyle Lowry is out for Game 2 with a hamstring injury, marking the fourth straight game he’ll have missed, and the eighth he’ll have sat out so far in these playoffs.

Frankfurt beats Rangers in Europa final shootout

Eintracht Frankfurt beat Rangers 5-4 on penalties on Wednesday in Seville to win the Europa League title and claim their first European trophy in 42 years.

Eintracht keeper Kevin Trapp saved Aaron Ramsey‘s spot kick — Rangers’ fourth — while Eintracht were flawless in their execution, scoring all five. The game had finished 1-1 after 120 minutes of regular and extra time.

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“We played 13 matches in Europe and we did not lose a single one,” said Eintracht coach Oliver Glasner. “We took it step-by-step and at the end we were rewarded. I have no words to express what I feel for the players.

“It was the last game of the season, an intense one and everyone squeezed all they had out of them. A great compliment to the players.”

The result means Eintracht Frankfurt will return to the Champions League for the first time since 1960, when they reached the final and lost to Real Madrid in their only participation in Europe’s top club competition. The 62-year wait to return to the UCL is the longest by any team in the competition’s history.

Joe Aribo had struck against the run of play in the 57th minute to give Rangers the lead, charging clear after a string of defensive errors and sliding the ball past Trapp.

The Germans bounced back as Rafael Borre snuck in between two defenders to turn in a Filip Kostic cross in the 70th.

Glasner, in his first season at the club, said it was the team’s mentality that carried them through the difficult season. While Eintracht went unbeaten in the Europa League, even eliminating more fancied opponents such as Barcelona, they struggled in the Bundesliga where they finished 11th.

“We remained positive and it was only with that spirit that this was possible,” he said.

For Eintracht captain Sebastian Rode, it was a deserved finale at the end of a rocky ride.

“It was a very tough road and there was so much at stake for us tonight,” Rode said. “It is amazing what we did with this team and we deserved it. It was a great journey and we were rewarded.”

Rangers ended extra time the stronger side, but a brilliant save from Trapp ensured the game went to the shootout where the superb technique and mental strength of Frankfurt won it.

In intense heat and a stadium packed with Scots and Germans, Rangers received an early scare.

Eintracht’s Japanese winger Daichi Kamada weaved his way deep into the penalty area, but Rangers keeper Allan McGregor got down to foil him and was able to recover to deal with Djibril Sow‘s effort from the loose ball.

McGregor was soon back in action, doing well to tip an Ansgar Knauff effort wide as the Germans enjoyed the better of the early exchanges.

Rangers were struggling to get a foothold in the game, but fired a warning when Aribo was given space to turn on the edge of the box and his shot curled just wide of the far post.

Frankfurt keeper Trapp was then brought into action to palm over a John Lundstram header as the Scottish side ended the half looking more confident.

Rangers started brightly after the break and could have taken the lead when James Tavernier led a swift break down the right and the ball fell to Ryan Kent at the back of the box, but his hurried shot was sliced well wide.

Minutes later though the Glasgow side grabbed the advantage — Brazilian defender Tuta slipped as he tried to reach a poor header back from Sow, leaving Aribo to go through and confidently slip the ball past Trapp.

Frankfurt responded with urgency and Kamada should have done better when he ran onto a flick over the top from Sebastian Rode but lifted the ball over the bar.

The leveller came when the dangerous Kostic was allowed to fire in a low cross from the left and Colombia international Borre reacted quickest, sneaking in front of Calvin Bassey to steer the ball home.

Rangers recovered from the blow and both sides sought to win the game inside the 90 minutes but neither could stop the encounter from entering extra time.

There was little between the teams in the opening period but after the change around, Borna Barisic fired a long-range effort straight at Trapp and then Ajdin Hrustic drilled a shot just wide for Eintracht.

It was Rangers who went closest to winning the contest though, in the final minutes, when substitute Kemar Roofe flashed a ball across the box to Kent whose low shot was superbly blocked by Trapp.

Trapp was alert again to keep out a free kick from Tavernier to ensure the final went to penalties.

The quality of the spot kicks was outstanding with just one player fluffing his lines as Ramsey’s soft effort was saved by Trapp after the first six shots had all found the net.

It came down to Borre to settle the contest and the Colombian, like all his teammates, kept his cool to set off the celebrations for the thousands of Germans in the stadium.

There was fan violence outside the stadium before the match, with supporters from both clubs throwing chairs and tables at each other. Five German fans were detained the night before after a confrontation with police. More than 150,000 fans came to the southern Spanish city, most of them without tickets for the final at the 43,000-capacity Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium.

Frankfurt spielt gegen Real oder Liverpool – und beschert der Bundesliga ein CL-Quintett

Mit dem Sieg im Europa-League-Finale hat Eintracht Frankfurt eine durchwachsene Saison meisterhaft gekrönt – und zugleich der Bundesliga ein besonderes Bonbon serviert. Außerdem steht ein weiteres großes Spiel an.

Der Jubel kennt keine Grenzen: Die Spieler der Eintracht feiern den ersten deutschen Sieg in der Europa League.

Der Jubel kennt keine Grenzen: Die Spieler der Eintracht feiern den ersten deutschen Sieg in der Europa League.

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Am 10. August 2022 steigt im finnischen Helsinki die 47. Ausgabe des UEFA-Supercups. Mit dabei: die Frankfurter Eintracht, die sich diese Ehre mit dem dramatischen Erfolg im Europa-League-Finale gegen die Glasgow Rangers (5:4 im Elfmeterschießen nach 1:1 in der regulären Spielzeit) verdiente. Der erste internationale Titel seit dem UEFA-Pokal-Sieg über den deutschen Konkurrenten Gladbach 1980.

Heißt im Umkehrschluss auch, dass sich die SGE hier auf ein großes Duell einstellen darf. Schließlich spielt beim Supercup stets der EL-Champion gegen den Triumphator in der Champions League – und das wird in diesem Jahr entweder Real Madrid um Superstar Karim Benzema oder der von Jürgen Klopp trainierte FC Liverpool sein (Finale steigt am Samstag, 28. Mai).

Es war sicher auch ein bisschen Glück dabei heute – Respekt für den Gegner. Wir wollten diesen verdammten Pokal nach Frankfurt bringen. Es hat mir jeder verboten: Aber ich werde heute Nacht aus diesem Pott saufen.

Peter Fischer, Präsident von Eintracht Frankfurt

Wie viel das dem 2015/16 noch in der Bundesliga-Relegation um den Klassenerhalt kämpfenden hessischen Traditionsklub bedeutet, unterstrich allen voran Eintracht-Präsident Peter Fischer nur kurz nach dem Schlusspfiff und direkt auf dem Feld im Interview mit RTL: “Da gibt’s keine Worte, es ist dann zu viel. Am 10. August spielst du jetzt gegen Liverpool oder Real Madrid.”

“Der größte Moment der Vereinsgeschichte”

Doch nicht nur das: Obwohl die Frankfurter nach durchwachsenen Phasen in der Bundesliga nur auf dem elften Platz gelandet und früh aus dem DFB-Pokal ausgeschieden waren, wird das von Oliver Glasner trainierte Team in der neuen Saison in der Champions League auflaufen. Und zudem bei der Auslosung auch noch als amtierender EL-Sieger in Topf eins zusammen mit Giganten wie Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain oder Bayern München gesetzt sein – Mehreinnahmen im zweistelligen Millionenbereich inklusive für den Klub.


Peter Fischer ist Präsident von Eintracht Frankfurt.

Aus dem Häuschen – und ausgestattet mit dem Europa-League-Pokal: SGE-Präsident Peter Fischer.
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Auch hierzu hatte Vereinspräsident Fischer direkt etwas zu sagen: “Mein kleiner Sohn hat das (die Champions-League-Hymne; Anm. d. Red.) auf dem Handy und hat gesagt: ‘Guck’ mal Papa … wie wäre das, wenn die Hymne auch bei uns mal im Stadion kommen würde.’ Und jetzt ist es wirklich so. Ich kann ja zurückdenken: ohne Lizenz, 2. Liga, Abstieg, Relegation, das läuft einem ja auch durch den Kopf in diesen Momenten. Und heute jetzt der größte Moment der Vereinsgeschichte: Das ist so! Da laufen die Tränen.”

Und ein großer Augenblick auch für den deutschen Fußball. Denn dank dieses Triumphes von Eintracht Frankfurt wird die Bundesliga in der kommenden Saison gleich fünf Teams in die Königsklasse entsenden – neben Meister Bayern und Vizemeister Dortmund auch Leverkusen, Leipzig und als besonderes Bonbon eben auch die SGE mit ihren einmal mehr fleißig mitreisenden und lautstarken Fans.

Lesen Sie auch: Frankfurts Königsweg an die Fleischtöpfe der Königsklasse

MLB Highlights | Giants vs. Rockies – May 18, 2022

C.J. Cron hit a tiebreaking two-run homer in a three-run eighth inning to help lead the Colorado Rockies to victory over the San Francisco Giants 5-3.
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