Barcelona is 10 Points Ahead of the Madrid Teams & Moyes Got a Very Bad Start to West Ham Career


The Daily Telegraph:

“Beaten and booed in baptism of fire”
“Moyes suffers miserable start to his career in charge of relegation-threatened side”

You all probably know that Bilic was sacked after last fixture and David Moyes got the job as the new West Ham manager, and it has all begun with pretty bad with a 2-0 loss against Watford.





Daily Mirror:

“Moyes: Out big-name players did nothing— they let the club down again.”
Mike Walters writes:
“David Moyes laid into West Hams big-name flops and accused them of living off their reputations. The Hammers remain marooned in the bottom three after WIll Hughes and Richarlison scored”
And a bit further down we have:
“Kop marksman seeks game time”
“I’m a star striker… get me out of here”
“Sturridge want a quick Anfield exit to keep his World Cup dream alive”



The Sun:

“Spurs star dispute”
“All is not Rosey”
“Danny fury at derby axing”
Danny Rose is fuming at being left out of the Spurs squad for Saturday’s North London derby defeat.

The England left-back believes he is 100 percent fit and disagrees with boss Mauricio Pochettino saying he was not ready to face rivals Arsenal.




La Gazzetta Dello Sport:

“Flying Icardi”
“Atalanta holds on for a while Then the Argentinian decides to score 2 spectacular headers.”
“Juve collapse”
“Super Samp: tris fable, 4 points behind. Alarming Chiellini ‘We have to talk’.”





Corriere Dello Sport:

“How good is he!”
“Splendid brace from Icardi
“Atalanta knocked down and Inter are second, 2 points from the top”
and up top we have:
“‘Juve wake up’”
“Old Lady defeated, Allegri shakes her up: ‘We need something extraordinary’”





“Khedira, what are you doing?”
“He stops to protest and allows Samp to score the decisive third goal as Juve lose at Marassi”
“Belotti, when will you wake up?”
“He plays badly, doesn’t score, won’t talk and misses the penalty that could give Toro the victory against Chievo.
Then he apologizes to everyone, but to reach Europe he must become the real Gallo again”




Sky Sport Italia:

Sky Sport Italia has more Italy-Sweden news. According to Football Italia, the TV channel has said that now fired coach Giampiero Ventura was furious at the players before the San Siro match. The Italian dressing room ‘senators’ Buffon, Barzagli and De Rossi held a meeting without the coach or any other leadership present. Sky Italia now states that Ventura, who already suspected that the players turned on him, became furious and directed his frustration against the veteran gang.
“You did so well having that meeting between players, well now you can train them and pick your own team,”

Football Italia writes this referring to Sky Sport Italia,”The Coach then stormed out and was gone for several hours, leaving the players unsure whether he would return at all, refusing to answer his phone.”




“Valencia maintains The Pressure”
“Victory against Espanyol and Barca are only four points ahead. The eight consecutive victories confirm that Valencia are candidates for the title. Kondogbia’s goal and Marcelino’s expulsion”






Super Deporte:

“Barça, We are waiting for you”
“A historic Valencia CF receives the leader after eight consecutive victories”








“The Impossible”
“No team has managed to overcome 10 points to become the champions”
“Barça moves like a bullet in La Liga and hopes to push it further next weekend at Mestalla”
“Madrid are desperate and the lack of goals by Cristiano and Benzema resorts to the victimhood to be justified”






“Sergio Ramos won’t be operated on”
“I would bleed a million times more for this badge and shirt”
“Has a fractured nose, won’t travel to Cyprus and will play with a mask against Malaga”






Mundo Deportivo:

“Outlandish Barca”
“Valencia only 4 points behind, fighting against an incredible Barca start, the leaders go to Mestalla with 10 points clear of Madrid and Atletico”









“Sanson fixed it”
“While Marseille leave Bordeaux without a win again, the goal at the last second by Morgan Sanson allows the Marseillais to stay in the race for the podium”
The Marseille manager Rudi Garcia says:
“After finishing 1-1 and equalizing in extra time, always gives us the impression of having done a good job. If it had been the opposite, we would have been shot down. This is proof that the team believed until the end.”





La Provence:

“In vain”
“Thanks to Sanson, Marseille avoided the worst in Bordeaux”
“October 1, 1977. This is the date of the last victory of Marseille in Bordeaux … An eternity! This Sunday night, during the 13th fixture of Ligue 1, the Olympians could break this 40-year-old curse. But they have not found the solution to (finally) win in Gironde.”







Kicker focuses on the next weekend Revier-derby Between Schalke and Dortmund:
“We want to overtake Dortmund permanently”
Tönnies talks about the sporting and economic side of the business. The Schalke boss sees a decisive reason why Dortmund ran away from them in the last few years, He says:
“Daring to bet on Jürgen Klopp was at the time the decisive factor, a successful move for Dortmund. Klopp had obviously also been fit for Schalke. Klopp became one with Dortmund. Klopp had become one with Schalke as well.”
Tönnies now instead enjoys the 32-year-old coach Domenico Tedesco’s success with Schalke.
“Tedesco is becoming more and more valuable to us, and I’m convinced that he will stay here for many years.”



Bild and Fussball Bild:

Bild focuses on Joshua Kimmich and their Documentary about him:

“How everyone can fight their way upwards”

“Super Kimmich. The career of the year”

You can find the documentary Here, but its probably in German. I haven’t watched it because you have to pay for BildPlus to get access to it.