first_imgLa Fédération luxembourgeoise de football (FLF)  a annoncé par voie de communiqué mardi matin la prolongation du contrat de Luc Holtz en tant que sélectionneur national.«Le conseil d’Administration de la FLF et M. Luc HOLTZ ont convenu d’un commun accord de prolonger le contrat de Luc Holtz comme entraîneur de l’équipe nationale A jusqu’au 31 décembre 2021», est-il écrit dans le communiqué de la FLF.Sous contrat jusqu’à la fin de cette année, le sélectionneur est ainsi prolongé de deux années supplémentaires. Luc Holtz sera ainsi à la tête des Roud Léiwen au début des éliminatoires pour la Coupe du monde 2022 au Qatar.Pour rappel, Luc Holtz est sélectionneur national depuis la démission de Guy Hellers en 2010. Partagerlast_img read more

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first_imgHere’s the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers…Chelsea have made a £30m move for Shakhtar Donetsk attacking midfielder Alex Teixeira, who has scored 26 goals in 26 games this season. (Daily Star)Chelsea are also interested in signing AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca in a £30m deal. (Daily Express)Everton will make a £21million offer for Dynamo Kiev winger Andriy Yarmolenko once they have sold Steven Naismith to Norwich. (Daily Express)Liverpool have agreed a deal for Brazilian striker Alexandre Pato, claim reports in Italy. The Brazilian is believed to have snubbed mega-money offers from China to complete a switch to Anfield. (Daily Star)Newcastle made a club record bid for West Brom striker Saido Berahino in the summer and could be set to revive their interest in the 22-year-old, who is desperate to quit the Hawthorns this month. It is understood Newcastle’s offer was in the region of £18million and that bid remains on the table. (Daily Mail)Michael Appleton warned Newcastle that Kemar Roofe is not for sale after the Oxford striker inspired the biggest giantkilling of the FA Cup third round. The former West Brom striker scored twice for the League Two side to shock Premier League Swansea at a sold-out Kassam Stadium. Newcastle are leading the Premier League clubs chasing the signature of the 23-year-old. (Daily Mirror)Manchester City have been a dealt a blow after being told Isco is staying at Real Madrid at least until the summer. City were keen on a January deal for the Spain playmaker with a loan plus a permanent option in the summer. But Isco has held talks with Zinedine Zidane and the new Real Madrid boss has told him he wants him to stay. (Daily Mirror)Gareth Bale insisted he is happy at Real Madrid after scoring a hat-trick on Zinedine Zidane’s managerial debut at the Santiago Bernabéu – but admitted he was disappointed Rafael Benítez was sacked and that it is impossible to predict where his own future lies. (Guardian)Valon Behrami and Alessandro Diamanti are edging closer to the Vicarage Road exit door. Behrami is wanted by Serie A side Udinese after falling out of favour under Quique Flores. Diamanti, on a season-long loan from Chinese side Guangzhou Evergrande, is also on his way with Italian club Livorno leading the race. (Daily Mirror)Tottenham flop Federico Fazio is closing in on a return to Sevilla. Argentina defender Fazio is in advanced talks over rejoining the Spanish club just 17 months after moving to Spurs. (Daily Mirror)And here’s the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Premier League transfer news: Done deal as Bournemouth confirm signing of ex-Arsenal strikerManchester United transfer news: Mauricio Pochettino to take over at Old Trafford, Felipe Anderson bid and more rumoursLiverpool transfer rumours: La Liga title winner, £37.5m bid sanctioned and loan deal for German internationalManchester United news: Louis van Gaal on potential signings: ‘I don’t think that we shall do business in January’Liverpool transfer news: Mario Gotze tells Jurgen Klopp to get in touch, new defender news, plus more…Arsenal transfer news: Latest on Aubameyang, Wanyama and Debuchy rumourslast_img read more

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first_imgAntonio Conte will not let his Chelsea players take it easy despite admitting defeat in the Premier League title race.The Blues moved level on points with second-placed Manchester United thanks to their 3-1 win against Huddersfield on Tuesday night.PLAYER RATINGS: Huddersfield 1-3 Chelsea: Blues stars rated and slatedConte’s side trail league leaders Manchester City by 11 points – having played a game more – leaving the Italian with little hope of retaining his title.But Conte praised his players for picking themselves up after suffering a disappointing defeat away to West Ham on the weekend.“A great team like Chelsea must have the responsibility to get three points in every game,” Conte told talkSPORT.“I think this must be our idea in every game to do our best to get three points. And don’t forget, in the last nine games, we won seven games, drew against Liverpool and lost to West Ham.“Our path is a great path. But there is a team [Manchester City] and it is very hard to stop them.”The reigning champions have suffered four defeats this season, one fewer than their five losses in the last campaign, and have focused their efforts on securing Champions League qualification.Chelsea travelled to a Huddersfield side who had picked up three victories in their previous four home fixtures in the lead up to the clash.And Conte took particular delight with a dominant performance at the Kirklees Stadium against David Wagner’s side.“From the start I had a good response from my players,” Conte added.“When you see this type of football; we must be pleased. I think my players enjoyed tonight because we had a lot of possession but also created the chances to score.“The only negative was to concede a goal at the end of the game.”last_img read more

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