Juventus star set to miss four games for allegations against Di Francesco

The aftermath of the aggressive impact Juventus winger Douglas Costa made on Sassuolo star man during the match is starting to dawn on the Brazilian winger as he will be set to face a four match ban in the Serie A.

During the Serie A game, Costa was first seen giving an elbow to Sassoulo’s Federico Di Francesco and head-butting escaping both before being sent off for spitting at Di Francesco by the referee with the disgusting act caught on camera.

However Juventus was able to gather all three points from the game thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo’s brace in the second half of the match. Costa was sent off during the match at the last minute of the Serie A match.

The 28-year-old winger will be missing four games altogether in the Serie A when the Biaconeris will take on Frosinone, Bologna, Napoli and Udinese, but will available for selection in the Champions League  as the ban does not extend to Europe. According to the Serie A experts of FootballPredictions.com this will be quite a big miss for the current Scudetto holders.

Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri refusing to relive the moment of the incident said to the press: “The episode on Sunday surprised everyone,” Allegri told a news conference via Goal.

“And in my opinion, Costa apologised and will pay with the suspension.

“He will have the opportunity to show that this is an isolated gesture, a bad example for children.

“[On Monday] he had a good workout and again this morning [Tuesday]. He had a moment of madness – that should not happen.

“The club will not appeal for Costa. The boy suffered a shock because it is something outside of the behaviour he has always shown on the field. Usually when he passes by a fly he dodges it.

“[Wednesday’s] choice on Costa will be exclusively technical.”

 

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Your Chance to Watch Champion Boxer Amir Khan vs Vargas Courtesy of CPIC

Amir Khan is a professional boxer who needs no introduction for boxing fans. He holds an awesome record of 32 wins and four losses in his professional career so far.

This 2-time world champion will be seen in action in his next fight when he takes on Samuel Vargas at Arena Birmingham on 8th September 2018. CPIC is putting its support behind Khan by being one of his prestigious sponsors against Vargas.

In conjunction, CPIC has organized an exciting promotion during which investors can obtain tickets to the boxing match of the year! The first 10 people investing in plots in Gwadar from today have a chance to get hold of two tickets to watch the fight held in Birmingham to lend their support to Amir Khan!

Amir Khan is a professional boxer from England

Amir has a huge following all over the world. He was an amateur boxer till Athens Olympics 2004 where he won a silver medal for England. In the final, he lost to Mario Kindelan but settled the score with him in his next fight with him. After this fight, Amir turned professional boxer. Since then he has been world champion twice and has graduated from lightweight to welterweight and now fights in the middleweight category.

CPIC is behind real estate development in Gwadar

CPIC, an award-winning real estate developer playing a big role in the development of Gwadar Port and Gwadar mega oil city, is organizing a property show in Birmingham on the same day when Amir Khan plays his boxing match against Samuel Vargas. China is ploughing in massive funds into Gwadar as part of its ambitious China Pakistan Economic Corridor. According to experts, Gwadar has the potential to become a major port city of the world by 2023. CPIC is heavily involved in Gwadar by undertaking huge projects such as Zero Point Gwadar, The Heartland, Casa Mediterraneo, and Gwadar Downtown.

Making safe communities with world class amenities

CPIC is proud to be a trusted developer in the massive $62 billion Chinese project called CPEC. It is a real estate company based in UK with offices in New York and Karachi. CPIC has completed projects worth more than $882 billion till date. It has carved a niche for itself as a reliable and trustworthy real estate developer with world class construction capabilities. It aims to offer safe, neat and green communities to investors in Gwadar port city that is slated to become the next Dubai of the world. The company is building world class communities in Gwadar that promise not just a comfortable and luxurious lifestyle but also full of business opportunities.

Special Amir Khan promotion from CPIC

The first 10 investors buying plots will have a chance of getting 2 tickets each for free to the epic boxing match between Amir Khan and Samuel Vargas. With both events being held in Birmingham on the same day (8th September 2018) however, the Gwadar Property Show is held over the entire weekend in Birmingham.

Tickets are very limited and given away on a first-come-first served basis.

CPIC’s Gwadar Property Show

As mentioned, over the same weekend as the epic fight, CPIC is hosting their Gwadar Property show. As an investor, you can learn important details about various projects being undertaken by CPIC at the show.  You will know why Gwadar port city is being projected to become the next Dubai. Already prices of properties in Gwadar have increased by more than 500%. As an investor, you can expect attractive returns on investment by buying plots of land in real estate projects being completed by CPIC.

More information about this special promotion is stated on the promotional website.

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Eddie Jones: ‘England door still open for Cipriani’

Eddie Jones has refused to fully close the door on Danny Cipriani’s England career, after the fly-half found himself with off the field issues once again.

Cipriani made his first start for England in a decade in South Africa this summer, but was fined £2,000 after admitting charges of common assault and resisting arrest during his club Gloucester’s pre-season tour of Jersey.

He then found himself sanctioned by the Rugby Football Union.

England head coach Jones has warned after recalling him to the international stage that “there’s always a plane back from Johannesburg”, but the half-back’s latest off-field problems does not appear to have ended his chances in the long-term.

Jones said: “We never close the door on anyone. Everyone makes mistakes. He was very contrite afterwards, realised he’s done the wrong thing and we move on from that now.

“I think it’s been dealt with. He was punished by his club, punished by whatever happened with the RFU. He’s now back playing and we’ll look at him in terms of how well he plays.

“In South Africa, he worked well and again at the August camp, he worked well and if he gets an opportunity at the September camp, he’ll have another opportunity to work well.”

 

Morata did consider leaving Chelsea in the summer

Alvaro Morata has revealed he did consider leaving Chelsea this summer after claiming his first season in English football was “a disaster”.

The 25-year-old joined from La Liga giants Real Madrid in the summer of 2017, and enjoyed a fruitful start to life at Stamford Bridge, but failed to capitalise on that form, and eventually found himself out of the side.

Three goals in the final 23 games of the season saw him miss out on Spain’s World Cup squad, too.

Despite the upset of missing out on the Worl Cup in Russia, Morata has found himself called up for Spain’s UEFA Nations League games against England and Croatia, but admits he did consider quitting Chelsea in favour of a move home, or to Italy.

“I thought about playing again in Spain or Italy, of course I thought it would have been happy, but you cannot always escape from reality,” he told the Spanish press.

“It was a disaster last year, I did not know where I was, I was not happy.

“Not going to the World Cup was hard for me. I did not have the best season and the coach made the decision.

“I signed for Chelsea to be there and I was not, although that ultimately made me motivated.

“I do not hold a grudge against (former Spain coach Julen) Lopetegui, I’ve lived a lot of nice things with him too, it was his opinion and I did not do my best season either.

“But I do not hold a grudge against anyone, I wish him all the best and more now that he is at Real Madrid.”