Friday, December 23, 2016

Hooligan's Wake Up: Pardew sacked by Palace, Allardyce tipped to replace him

Yesterday's Scores
Copa Del Rey- Round of 32 Second Leg
Alaves 3-0 Gimnastic de Tarragona (6-0 on aggregate)
(Edgar 12', Sobrino PK 31', Krsticic 40')

Celta Vigo 1-0 UCAM Mercia (2-0 on aggregate)
(Diaz 30')

Athletic Bilbao 3-0 Racing Santander (5-1 on aggregate)
(Etxeitia 17', Garcia 47', Williams 72')

Espanyol 1-1 AD Alcorcon (2-2 on aggregate, 3-4 on penalties)
(Perez 84')-(Gimenez 20')

Serie A
AS Roma 3-1 Chievo Verona
(El Shaarawy 45+1', Dzeko 52', Perotti PK 90+3')-(de Guzmán 37')


Cagliari 4-3 Sassuolo
(Sau 14', Borriello 62', Farias 73', 75')-(Adjapong 29', Pellegrini 33', Acerbi PK 58')


Fiorentina 3-3 Napoli
(Bernardeschi 51', 69', Zarate 82')-(Insigne 24', Mertens 68', Gabbiadini PK 90+4')


Palermo 1-1 US Pescara
(Quaison 33')-(Biraghi PK 90+3')


Sampdoria 0-0 Udinese

Torino 1-0 Genoa
(Belotti 49')

Liga MX Playoffs- Final First Leg
Club America 1-1 UANL
(Valdez 68')-(Gignac 45')

Headlines
Alan Pardew's tenure as Crystal Palace manager has come to an end. He was let go by the club yesterday after just about two years on the job. Palace are struggling this year. they sit only a point above relegation and are currently on a run of only one win in their last 11 games. Who is leading the chase to replace him? Why another old retread Premier Manager, of course. It's Big Sam Allardyce, who was disgracefully dismissed as England's manager a few months ago.

As has long been rumored, Chelsea are selling Brazilian midfielder Oscar to China. Shanghai SIPG are sending £60 million to the English leaders for his services. Oscar has scored 38 goals in 203 appearances for the Blues while helping them win the Premier League in 2015.

PSG is also on the verge of bringing in German forward Julian Draxler. The 23-year-old had been tipped for a move away from Wolfsburg for a while, now an appears to be heading for the struggling French champions for €35 million. Several English clubs, including Arsenal, were also interested in him.

Harry Shipp is on the move again. Montreal Impact are sending him to Seattle Sounders for general allocation money. After opening his career as a homegrown player with Chicago Fire, he failed to catch on in Montreal and had become an expendable piece to their puzzle. He had two goals and three assists in 27 matches last year.

Today's Matches
None.

With the Christmas holiday coming up, this will be the final Hooligan's Wake Up until December 27,

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