Champions League & Papiss Cisse

The Champions League Twenty20, also referred to as the CLT20, is an annual international Twenty20 cricket competition played between the top domestic teams from major cricketing nations. Papiss Demba Cissé (born 3 June 1985 in Dakar) is a Senegalese football striker who currently plays for Newcastle United and the Senegal national team. 5.0/5

Champions League Papiss Cisse Newcastle United Manchester City Alan Pardew Premier League Manchester United Demba Ba Real Madrid Jose Mourinho Bayern Munich Stamford Bridge St James Steven Taylor West Ham United Yohan Cabaye Hatem Ben Arfa Lucas Leiva Petr Cech

"He won the Champions League with Djibril Cisse. Can he now avoid the Championship with Papiss Cisse?". Err.
TRANSFER GOSSIP Barcelona forward Lionel Messi, 27, has alerted Manchester United to his potential availability by saying he does not know where he will be playing next year. (Guardian) The Sun's back page on Tuesday United are considering a £25m move for Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, 25, to strengthen their faltering Champions League hopes. (Daily Express) They are also tracking Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller, 25, who is keen on a move away from the Allianz Arena. (Daily Star) Swansea City want Newcastle United's Senegalese striker Papiss Cisse, 29, to replace Manchester City-bound Wilfried Bony, 26. (Daily Telegraph) Liverpool are ready to sell Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva, 28, to Napoli if they land 25-year-old Fabian Delph from Aston Villa. (Daily Mirror) Juventus are interested in signing Liverpool forward Mario Balotelli, 24, on a loan deal this month, with an option for a £14m permanent deal in the summer. (Times - subscription required) Arsenal are prepared to increase the ...
Thibaut Courtois has urged his Chelsea team-mates to put their first defeat of the season behind them after their 23-game unbeaten run was ended by Newcastle. The Premier League leaders suffered a 2-1 defeat at St James’ Park after Papiss Cisse scored a second-half double for Alan Pardew’s side. Jose Mourinho’s side must now dust themselves down and prepare for Wednesday night’s clash with Sporting Lisbon in the Champions League followed by Hull’s visit on Saturday. Goalkeeper Courtois told Chelsea TV: "That's the most important, that we are still leaders and from the next game on, we will fight to keep that bonus up and make the gap bigger. "There are only difficult games in the Premier League and we know that. The next game is in the Champions League at home and then against Hull, we have to win in front of our fans." Cisse scored four minutes after climbing off the bench and added his second just over 20 minutes later before Didier Drogba pulled one back after Steven Taylor had been dismissed ...
EPL- Newcastle break Chelsea's unbeaten streak: Chelsea's unbeaten start to the season ended in a dramatic 2-1 loss at Newcastle United on Saturday when Papiss Cisse struck twice to stun the Premier League leaders at St James' Park. Arsenal's hopes of a third successive victory were dashed in a 3-2 defeat at Stoke City where they trailed 3-0 at halftime and Liverpool were held to a 0-0 home draw by Sunderland. Undefeated in 23 matches in all competitions since April's Champions League semi-final against Atletico Madrid, Chelsea proved far from invincible as 10-man Newcastle survived a late barrage to prevent the visitors setting a record unbeaten run. Few could deny Newcastle a deserved win that lifted them to seventh in the table, although Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said his side had been unlucky to lose. The hosts lost goalkeeper Rob Elliot to injury at halftime, replaced by young rookie debutant Jak Alnwick, and had to man the barricades with only 10 men when Steven Taylor was dismissed after gettin ...
Newcastle United ended Chelsea's 23- match unbeaten run as Papiss Cisse scored two second-half goals in a tense 2-1 win over the Premier League leaders on Saturday. Cisse, who came on as a substitute after the break, tapped in Newcastle's first after 57 minutes and struck again on the break 20 minutes later, seconds after Eden Hazard had been denied an equaliser by the woodwork. Newcastle were reduced to 10 men shortly afterwards when Steven Taylor was shown a second yellow card for a foul on Andre Schuerrle before substitute Didier Drogba gave Chelsea hope of a comeback with a majestic header after 83 minutes. Chelsea applied late pressure in a nerve-jangling six minutes of stoppage time but their hopes of stretching their unbeaten run to a new club record were thwarted by dogged Newcastle resistance and a brilliant fingertip save by substitute keeper Jak Alnwick on his competitive debut. Defeat for Jose Mourinho's side, their first since the second leg of last season's Champions League semi- final again ...
END OF THE DISCUSSION: Ameobi leaves Newcastle after 14 years Shola Ameobi will bring an end to 14 years of playing at Newcastle this summer after he was not offered a new contract. Loan pair Loic Remy and Luuk de Jong will also return to their respective parent clubs Queens Park Rangers and Borussia Monchengladbach. It means the Toon Army are left with only one recognised senior striker, Papiss Cisse, who is out with a knee injury and could miss the start of next season. Ameobi came through the ranks on Tyneside before making his debut in September 2000. However, he struggled to ever hold down a regular spot at St James' Park, making 397 appearances and scoring 79 goals in total. Seven of those came against Sunderland in Tyne-Wear derby fixtures while the 32-year-old also famously scored in the Champions League against Barcelona at the Camp Nou in December 2002. Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew said: "I have to make a special mention of Shola Ameobi, who has been an incredible servant to Newcastle Un ...
Bayern Munich supremo Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has revealed the club once tried to bring Arsene Wenger in as manager. Juan Mata is confident Manchester United are capable of putting together a run good enough to see them scrape a Champions League spot. boss Jose Mourinho says Manchester City will take on the worst Barcelona side in 'many, many years' on Tuesday. Roberto Martinez has confirmed that Romelu Lukaku will be ready to face West Ham United on March 1. Newcastle could be tempted one last time to off-load Papiss Cisse before the end of this season. Reports in Russia last night claimed Rubin Kazan were at long last prepared to make a bid for the player. David Luiz reckons England should have a lot more belief about their World Cup chances.
Freestyle Evening Paper talk. LONDON EVENING STANDARD Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal's record signing Mesut Ozil will one day be crowned as the world's best player. Oscar has revealed Chelsea's players are determined to beat Schalke on Wednesday to avoid another "scary" rebuke from Jose Mourinho. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini said the Blues are ready for anyone in the Champions League knock-out stages after their win over CSKA Moscow. Manchester United winger Ashley Young has been savaged by critics for his actions in 'winning' a penalty against Real Sociedad. NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE The Newcastle United Supporters Trust have extended an olive branch to the club after being banned from the newly- formed Fans Forum. Gus Poyet has told Sunderland to smarten up, and produce 90 minutes of consistent football. THE JOURNAL Newcastle's Loic Remy believes out-of- sorts Papiss Cisse is "trying too hard" to end his miserable run in front of goal - but retains confidence the Senegal stri ...
Newcastle United will look to push through a deal for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after deciding against making a move for Andy Carroll. The Magpies tried to sign the St Etienne striker in January. However, they were unable to strike a deal, moving instead for Yoan Gouffran. Aubameyang indicated earlier this year he is looking to move on this summer, and Newcastle are sure to try and resurrect a deal. The stumbling block might be if Les Verts can qualify for the Champions League on Sunday. Newcastle’s need for a new striker is even more pressing than when they first enquired about the 23-year-old. Although others can play there, they currently only have two out-and-out centre-forwards at the club in Papiss Cisse and Shola Ameobi. Alan Pardew is bracing himself for the possibility Ameobi could ask for a move in the coming weeks. If he does, 12 months before the end of his contract, the Magpies are unlikely to stand in his way. Even with Ameobi there was a heavy burden on Cisse’s shoulders in the second h ...
Those who scored this European week ! -Players who are we to say that the Europa league, it's nice, but it's not the Champions League rather than - Lukman Haruna - Lamine Sane - Boussoufa - Marco Streller - Papiss Cisse - Lucas Leiva - Oscar Cardozo 1.Those which we would like to believe now that it's been six months since we tans everyone to build on them - Ezequiel Lavezzi - Adriy Yarmolenko - Alessandro Matri - Federico Peluso - Phil Jones - Samuel Umtiti - Douglas Costa 2.Those who welcomed with relief the formalization of Marriage for all - Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Adil Raminator - Stefan Lichtsteiner and Gary Hooper - Eden Hazard and Oscar - Scott Brown and Simone Padoin - Alvaro Arbeloa and Ryan Giggs - Dmytro Chygrynskyi et Fernandinho 3.Those we saw clearly that they were at least as excited as we find the idea of the European Cup - Cristiano Ronaldo - Hulk - Claudio Marchisio - Angel Di Maria - Gareth Bale - Robin Van Persie - Mezut Özil 4.Those who are still wondering if they can not be returned ...
Magpies manager has seemingly short memory. “I saw a headline saying Arsenal are flying the flag for Britain in the Champions League, but I had to wonder where that British involvement was when I saw the team. “It is important we don’t lose sight that this is the English Premier League and English players should be involved. I know it is difficult to buy British players because the market is expensive.” – Alan Pardew, West Ham United manager, 2006. Howay! Have you forgotten that Alan? Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is seemingly in possession of a very short memory. fanatix has found an old news report on ESPN in which Pardew criticises Arsenal at some length for their focus on foreign imports. Fast-forward to the future and Pardew is currently operating on a seemingly self-imposed ban to only purchase players from France’s Ligue 1. Pardew had already created a strong French contingent at St James’ Park with the likes of Demba Ba, Papiss Cisse, Hatem Ben Arfa and Yohan Cabaye having made their wa ...
anchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, QPR and Newcastle United are the talk of the papers today. All the rumour, gossip, and news you need to know from the last 24 hours Who knows how this season would have turned out if Manchester United gambled on Wesley Sneijder last summer. Now it appears that Manchester City are the ones who want to bring him to England. He had a difficult season at Inter Milan, suffering injuries, mixed form, and being played in a variety of roles by different managers, and the Italians are open to a sale at the right price. The reports stem from Italian newspaper Gazetta dello Sport and are repeated in the Daily Mail. Sneijder to City? One player Manchester United are said to be tracking this summer is Newcastle United sensation Papiss Cisse. The Mirror claim that Manchester City want him too, but it would surely take a mega-bid similar to one which prized Andy Carroll from their hands for Newcastle to agree to a sale. United don't have that sort of money to spend o ...
Papiss Cisse, Demba Ba and sounds like Champions League holy trinity to me.
Papiss Cisse has pledged his future to Newcastle United despite missing out on Champions League football. The Magpies finished an impressive fifth under manager Alan Pardew.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Ledley King is to undergo surgery once more this week, before sitting down to discuss his future at the club. - Joey Barton has been charged with two acts of violent conduct by the Football Association following his actions after his sending-off in QPR's defeat by Manchester City. - Alex Mcleish leaves Aston Villa after being sacked this afternoon. - Papiss Cisse has dismissed rumours about leaving Newcastle. Cisse said: "I hope to continue scoring goals for the club next season." - Man Utd legend,Real Madrid legend & Netherlands Legend, Ruud Van Nistelrooy has announced his retirement after helping Malaga to secure Champions League spot!
"My long-term aim is to play for the biggest clubs and I want to win the Champions League” . . ."I have loved Real Madrid ever since I was a little boy" "But I am happy for now at Newcastle. They are a big club - even though they are not a Manchester United or Manchester City." Newcastle’s unstoppable goal demon, Papiss Cisse. :... Eish diz man ...:
Manchester United | We Will Never Die wrote: Newcastle United striker Papiss Cisse admits he wants to be playing in the Champions League. He could be play for Utd ? your thoughts ? "My goal, long term, is to play in the top teams and win the Africa Cup of Nations," Cisse told L'Equipe. "Also, I'd like to win the Champions League. Since I was little, I have liked Real Madrid but today I am in Newcastle. Even if ...
Manchester City are reportedly paying Yaya Toure £220,000-a-week but on recent showings, it isn't nearly enough. The man is like an enormous, turbo-charged chest of drawers, eating up turf like a planet-shaped Combine harvester. His two goals at the Athletic Indirect Stadium Arena pushed the noisy neighbours within spitting distance of their first title in 44 years and towards proof that money can buy you happiness. Toure is so devastating when switched into a more advanced role in the second half of vital matches it's a wonder Roberto Mancini doesn't start him there in the first place. City's oil-rich owners are so vastly wealthy, perhaps instead of signing Robin Van Persie or Gareth Bale, they should plough some cash into cloning Yaya, so one can play at either tip of the midfield diamond. His two goals brought the mood at Champions League-chasing Toon doon, much like a fart in a lift would. Fergie had been relying on the usual brilliance of Papiss Cisse, but unfortunately for him, the striker's well o ...
Alan Pardew won't settle for fifth after Papiss Cisse's breathtaking brace kept in the Champions League hunt:
Papiss Cisse scored two stunning goals as Newcastle beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to boost their chances of a top four Premier League finish. Roberto di Matteo admitted after the game that his side's chances of qualifying for the Champions League now rest on winning this year's final. Tottenham won back to back league games for the first time since January last night, as Harry Redknapp's side maintained their position in fourth. Spurs triumphed 4-1 against Bolton, thanks to goals from Luka Modric and Rafael van der Vaart and a brace by Emmanuel Adebayor. Elsewhere last night, Real Madrid secured a first La Liga title for four years after Jose Mourinho's side beat Athletic Bilbao 3-0
Papiss Cisse says his goal came at the perfect moment. A stunning double from Papiss Cisse kept Newcastle in the hunt for a Champions League berth with a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge. The Magpies striker found the net in each half to keep the visitors level on points with fourth-placed Tottenham and all but end Chelsea's hopes of qualifying for Europe's elite via the Premier League. The Blues were quickest out of the blocks and Meireles missed a couple of early chances which the hosts paid dearly for on 19 minutes. David Santon went on a surging run before playing in Cisse, and the Senegalese teed himself up with his first touch to fire a stunning volley past Petr Cech. It took until the 36th minute before the Blues mustered a response with Florent Malouda heading wide from a pinpoint Fernando Torres cross. Branislav Ivanovic then headed over from a Meireles corner before the visitors went agonisingly close to a second when Demba Ba rattled the bar a minute before the break. John Obi Mikel was lucky to esca ...
Papiss Cisse has produced a pair of goals, both for the highlight reel, as Newcastle United defeated Chelsea 2-0 at Stamford Bridge tonight. The Geordies recorded their first win at the West London venue since 1986 to give Alan Pardew his first victory as Newcastle manager in London. Senegal ace Cisse was the star of the show with two contenders for goal of the season which sunk the Blues and dashed their hopes of a top-four finish, meaning they will have to win the Champions League final against Bayern Munich on May 19 if they want to play in Europe’s premier club competition next season. The opening goal came in the 19th minute when Davide Santon made a powerful run down the right flank before finding Cisse on the edge of the area who popped it up with his right foot and then finishing sublimely with a volley past Petr Cech with his left. Chelsea pushed extremely hard in the second half and looked like pinching a leveller until Cisse scored an absolutely ridiculous goal with the outside of his right f ...
Newcastle United and Papiss Cisse. YES!!! I love you beating the finalists of the Champions League and even Barcelona couldn't win there :) bring on Man City on Sunday!!!
Chelsea would still qualify for next season's Champions League even if they don't finish in the top four, providing they win the final against Bayern Munich. Fernando Torres has got four goals in his last two games, including a vital equaliser against Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final, and a hat-trick against QPR. Sunday's 6-1 victory over QPR was the Blues' highest scoring match this season. Newcastle were on a run of six consecutive league wins before crashing to a 4-0 defeat by Wigan Athletic at the weekend. Demba Ba has failed to find the back of the net in 11 matches, while Papiss Cisse has scored 11 in that time. Yohan Cabaye has created the most chances of any Newcastle players this season, with the Frenchman carving out 45 goal-scoring opportunities.
Victor Moses' early double set Wigan on their way to yet another big-time conquest as Roberto Martinez's men gave their survival hopes a mighty boost by brushing aside Champions League hopefuls Newcastle 4-0. Moses' quick-fire brace in the 13th and 15th minutes left Alan Pardew's Magpies reeling and further first-half strikes from Shaun Maloney and Franco Di Santo ensured the buoyant Latics had effectively sealed the points before the break. Papiss Cisse twice hit the woodwork as the visitors rallied in the second half, but their hopes of holding down at least a top-four place in the Premier League had long since suffered a serious blow. Having already beaten Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal on their extraordinary late-season run, Wigan were expected to start with confidence but not even the most optimistic of Latics could have foreseen their whirlwind opening. The recalled Maloney spread panic with a free-kick in the second minute and Moses had already brought a save out of Tim Krul before the st ...
Because of Papiss Cisse and Demba Ba, I'm hoping Newcastle United finishes in 4th place and we see them get to work in the Champions League.
What an Easter weekend it has been in the Premier League. Good Friday saw Newcastle's Papiss Cisse continue his one scoring mission to keep the Toon in touch with the Champions League spots. Saturday saw the relegation battle remain as it was, Tottenham falter and Chelsea benefit from a debatable decision or two. And today, Manchester United have all-but secured the Premier League title at Manchester City's expense. And there's more to come on bank holiday Monday
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