Sergio Aguero & Joey Barton
Sergio Leonel Kun Agüero del Castillo (born 2 June 1988) is an Argentine footballer who plays as a striker for Manchester City in England's Premier League and the Argentine national team. Joseph Anthony Joey Barton (born 2 September 1982) is an English footballer who plays as a midfielder for and captains Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League. /5
Sergio Aguero Joey Barton Manchester City Carlos Tevez Wayne Rooney Vincent Kompany Manchester United Queens Park Rangers Roberto Mancini Djibril Cisse Edin Dzeko Premier League Jamie Mackie Football Association Etihad Stadium White Hart Lane Daniel Levy
LONDON EVENING STANDARD Romelu Lukaku's agent today confirmed he had held talks with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy over a possible summer transfer to White Hart Lane. Ezequiel Lavezzi is convinced Chelsea will not repeat their 'Napoli miracle' when they face Paris Saint- Germain at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday. Ramires says Chelsea must take their domestic home form to Europe to be in with a chance of overturning a two-goal deficit against Paris St Germain. MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS Sergio Aguero is set to give City's title push a huge boost by joining the squad for Saturday's clash with Southampton. Wayne Rooney has hit back at his accuser Bastian Schweinsteiger in the alleged diving incident that has cost the German powerhouse his place in Bayern Munich's midfield for United's visit to the Allianz Arena next Wednesday. Joey Barton has said that Manchester United star Wayne Rooney is not world class and claims the Reds star's lifestyle has hampered his career. LIVERPOOL ECHO Simon Mignolet admits the last 1 ...
"Wayne Rooney hasn't the right mentality or discipline to be a world class player" - Joey Barton. This is coming from the same man who has been sent off 8 times in his career, stubbed a lit cigar into the eye of a young team mate while at Man City, broke the leg of a pensioner while driving his car at 2am in Liverpool city centre, had a public altercation with a 15 year old Everton fan in Bangkok, dropped his shorts infront of live television cameras while playing against Everton, was arrested on suspicion of assault and criminal damage after an incident with a taxi driver, hospitalised a team mate after a fight at Man City's training ground, was arrested and jailed for 6 months for assault after his involvement in a pub brawl, punches Morten Gamst Pedersen in the stomach during a match while playing for Newcastle United, got sold by Newcastle United to QPR after publicly criticising Alan Shearer and finally charged by the FA £75,000 for assaulting Vincent Kompany and Sergio Aguero in 2012. Not really th ...
Suarez:"'It's complicated to play here in England. As Carlitos (Carlos Tevez) and Kun (Sergio Aguero) has said,it's complicated for a South American footballer to be here as we are treated differently to the local footballers." admin zuk
Joey Barton and Sergio Aguero. Just for the look on the united fans and Fergies faces.
Brian Reade column: Why it's a shame Joey Barton didn't sort out Samir Nasty instead of Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero
Reports are being released claiming the two men who attacked Joey Barton last night are Carlos Tevez and Sergio Aguero!
Joey Barton's latest incident at a Liverpool *** Club rumored to be a publicity stunt. Insiders claim it's part of an elaborately concocted appeal to help explain why he attacked Sergio Aguero violently from behind.
Mike Dean admits he should have shown Tevez red against QPR Referee Mike Dean has revealed that he would have sent off Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez against QPR if he had been given a full view of the incident between the Argentine and Joey Barton. The 29-year-old midfielder was shown red by Dean on the final day of the season for his elbow on Tevez and his violent reaction to Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany, and has since been handed a 12-match ban by the FA. But Dean admitted via video link to the regulatory commission that Tevez, who escaped without punishment, would have been dismissed too for his initial strike on Barton. Commission chairman B.M Jones stated: "Mr Dean was questioned about the Tevez incident for which Mr Barton was dismissed. It was confirmed that neither the referee nor the assistant saw the alleged incident of Mr Tevez striking Mr Barton although Mr Barton immediately made representations to Mr Dean that is what happened, and such comments by Mr Barton can be clearly seen i ...
Queens Park Rangers captain Joey Barton has been handed a 12-game ban and fined £75,000 by the Football Association after being charged with two counts of violent conduct following his dismissal against Manchester City on May 13. Barton accepted the first charge against him for kicking Sergio Aguero to the ground from behind after being sent off for elbowing Carlos Tevez. But he requested a personal hearing to challenge a charge in relation to a headbutt aimed in the direction of Vincent Kompany.
The QPR midfielder has also been fined £75,000 for elbowing Carlos Tevez, kicking Sergio Aguero and attempting to headbutt Vincent Kompany
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has accepted a Football Association charge of violent conduct for an incident involving Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero,
JB accepts charge, denies second: Joey Barton has accepted a charge of violent conduct against Sergio Aguero but...
QPR's Joey Barton has been given until 12:00 BST on Wednesday to respond to two charges of alleged violent conduct at Manchester City on Sunday. The midfielder was sent off for an incident involving Carlos Tevez but faces the charges after clashes with both Sergio Aguero and Vincent Kompany. He initially had until 18:00 BST on Tuesday but the deadline was extended by request of Barton's representatives. Barton, 29, could possibly face a 10-game ban over the incidents. The red card was his second of the season, meaning he will receive an automatic four-match ban. If found guilty of the Football Association charges, that could turn into a lengthy suspension, with Barton facing three-match bans for each alleged offence. Both incidents came after Barton had been dismissed, meaning they fall outside the jurisdiction of the referee. Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor has revealed his frustration at Barton's behaviour. Taylor has previously offered Barton help through the PFA but ...
After his attacks on Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez, the British Army have recruited Joey Barton and he is to be stationed in the Falkland Islands
Manchester City scored twice in stoppage-time to clinch their first league title since 1968 with a 3-2 win over QPR, who avoided relegation regardless. A quite incredible season ended in the most dramatic way possible, with City snatching victory from the jaws of what seemed certain to become the most disastrous defeat imaginable. Second-half goals from Djibril Cisse and Jamie Mackie, either side of a ridiculous Joey Barton red card, seemed to have turned the entire season on its head. But with the game entering five minutes of stoppage time, City produced a finish equally as memorable as that of Manchester United inthe 1999 Champions League final. That United should be denied just made the joy so much sweeter, as first Edin Dzeko nodded the Blues level before Sergio Aguero collected Mario Balotelli's return pass and drove home the goal that crowned City champions.
9 things I learned in 90 minutes: 1. Joey Barton should never, ever play in the Premiership again. Because he is a an untamed, pathetic waste of human life. 2. Pulop is the worst goal keeper in the world. 3. Sergio Aguero is the closest thing to Jesus that the world has seen. 4. It's not over til it's over. Don't celebrate too early (United). 5. Supporting the lesser of two evils is only okay when United and $ity are involved. 6. Tottenham won't ever finish above arsenal so long as I still have air in my lungs. 7. La Liga has nothing on the Premier League. 8. QPR are the luckiest team in the history of football. 9. I will probably never, ever witness a game like that again in my entire life. The "El Clasico" has nothing on that game.
Manchester City snatches EPL crown Sergio Aguero ended Manchester City's 44-year search for a title in extraordinary fashion as two goals in stoppage-time gave Roberto Mancini's men a scarcely-believable 3-2 win over 10-man Queens Park Rangers. The title looked certain to be heading for the red side of the city for the 20th time as Wayne Rooney gave Manchester United a 1-0 win at Sunderland and City trailed 2-1 heading into the last minute. But substitute Edin Dzeko headed an equaliser with 91 minutes on the clock then Aguero fired home three minutes later to send a disbelieving Etihad Stadium into rapture. Knowing a win would almost certainly be enough to end the long wait, City went ahead through Pablo Zabaleta's 39th-minute strike before the home side were stunned by a 48th-minute equaliser from Djibril Cisse. Despite the ridiculous sending-off of former City man Joey Barton on 55 minutes for an elbow behind the play on Carlos Tevez, QPR went ahead through Jamie Mackie in the 66th minute - and looked s ...
Roberto Mancini's side seemed to be destined for second place for much of the afternoon as Queens Park Rangers produced a display of resilience to thwart their opponents. The situation was desperate as the match at the Etihad Stadium moved into injury time. QPR, down to 10 men for the final 35 minutes of the match after Joey Barton's red card, were winning 2-1 and set to become the first side this season to beat City on their own patch. More significantly, Manchester United were winning 1-0 at Sunderland thanks to Wayne Rooney's header - which meant City had to secure victory to win their first title in 44 years. With 75 seconds of the five minutes of injury time elapsed Edin Dzeko fired in to level the match and set the tone for an astonishing finale. And with less than two minutes remaining, Sergio Aguero fired past Paddy Kenny from close range to spark massive celebrations in the stadium. Dramatic twist For much of the afternoon, United looked set fair for their 13th Premier League crown. Rooney's goal ...
Premier League ROUND-UP. Maradona son in-law Sergio Aguero and Edin Dseko scored in added time for Mancity as they fought back to beat ten-men QPR 3-2 an win the EPL title. First it looked City were set to miss out in d most dramatic fashion as Rangers stormed into a second half lead thanks to Djibril Cisse and Jomie Mackle goal. But they sensationally turned the game round to pip rivals Man United and claim the top-flight title for the first time in 44yrs. Pabio Zabaleta had put Roberto Mancini's side into d lead on 39 minutes, while Joey Barton was sent off for QPR after appearing to elbow Carlos Tervez in an off-d-ball incident. United kept deir part of the bargain and saw off sunderland 1-0 thanks to an early Wayne Rooney goal. And during d second half as City trailed it looked like d Red devils could be set for a shock title win, but it wasn't to be. What a SHAME...GONE too SOON UNited.survived by fans...RIP. Bt I love united for giv City a run for deir money. Despite defeat QPR escaped relegation to ...
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