SportsNet - September 2012
Liverpool player Nuri Sahin who is currently on a season long loan from Real Madrid has revealed that his former team mate Kaka will leave the Spanish club in the winter transfer window. Sahin claims Kaka has already made a decision about his future
Kaka has been dropped the order even before the arrival of Luka Modric. The Former world player of the year has not featured this season, and is looking forward for the January exit.
Speaking to NTVSport Sahin said “I know he had an offer from Turkish football. And I know what decision he is taking in the winter market, but I cannot reveal that”
Speaking about his own decision to join Liverpool, the player revealed he had several meetings with his former boss Jose Mourinho who advised him to join the Reds.
“I went out on loan after three meetings with Mourinho. I chose Liverpool because I wanted to play at a club with a historical tradition”
The New England Patriots dynamic two tight end tandem of Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez took the league by storm last year. As the Patriots head into Baltimore this weekend, all indications point to one part of the duo sitting out.
Tough, high-motored, and hard hitting, Bernard Pollard has become an integral part of the vaunted Ravens defense. The New England Patriots, who face the Ravens in Baltimore this Sunday, remember Pollard before he wore purple.
BYU Cougars vs. Boise State Broncos Preview: Key Players To Watch, TV Coverage And Where To Watch Online Live Stream
In a meeting of elite non-BCS programs, BYU will travel to the Idaho Shangri-la in Boise, Idaho to face No. 24 Boise State atop the Broncos’ famous blue turf for a primetime Thursday night ESPN matchup.
After seeing bright red all Saturday BYU players will be seeing blue on Thursday night. The matchup comes one week after BYU suffered its first loss after Utah fans twice stormed the field following a pair of botched BYU field goal attempts that would have sent the game into overtime. The loss dropped the Cougars out of the Top 25 polls. Meanwhile, Boise State is looking to build off of an emphatic 39-12 win over Miami (Ohio) that returned the Broncos to the land of the ranked.
After throwing for a career-best 304 yards against Miami (Ohio) Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick will face quite a challenge against BYU’s formidable pass rush.
Boise State may have lost a plethora of offensive firepower to graduation and the NFL but their offensive line has remained impenetrable but has not allowed a sack in two games. BYU quarterback Riley Nelson is a rock star in Provo but the defense leads the Cougars band which ranks fourth in the country in total sacks.