Inter Miami coach Phil Neville has called the social media abuse of managers get in the modern game “out of control.” Neville’s comments come only days after former Newcastle United boss Steve Bruce spoke of the personal abuse he received during his time in charge at St James’ Park, with Arsenal chief Mikel Arteta also claiming the level of vitriol directed towards coaches would soon put people off wanting the job. Former teammate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has also borne the brunt of criticism following his team’s loss at home to Liverpool on Sunday and brother Gary Neville talked of the messages he was sent for not calling for the Manchester United manager to be sacked.
MADRID (AP) — Arnaut Danjuma scored five minutes into stoppage time as Villarreal salvaged a 3-3 draw against Cádiz in the Spanish league on Tuesday. Danjuma got the equalizer with a shot from inside the area to keep Unai Emery's team from losing its third league match in a row. Anthony “Choco” Lozano scored a hat trick for Cádiz, whose winless streak reached six matches. Lozano scored twice in the first half and once after halftime to give Cádiz a two-goal lead until Boulaye Dia pulled the host
Chelsea beat Southampton 4-3 on penalties to progress into the Carabao Cup quarter-finals. In what was a pulsating affair at Stamford Bridge, many of Thomas Tuchel’s rotational options failed to make their case for the starting XI on a weekly basis. Indeed, only Kai Havertz (who scored their goal with a header on the stroke of half-time), Kepa Arrizabalaga and Trevoh Chalobah (who has emerged as a genuine first-team option anyway) looked impressive, although a case could be made for Callum Hudson-Odoi.
Kepa Arrizabalaga the hero and villain as Chelsea scrape past Southampton