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September 21, 2020

Perez steers clear of ref issue

first_img Refusing to go into detail on Saints’ complaint to PGMOL, headed up by Mike Riley, Perez said he expects the club to find out more information in the next few days. “I won’t talk about this situation, I prefer to stay away from this and just focus on the game on Saturday,” he said. “This type of situation doesn’t help us in this moment, for this game, it’s away, and we’ll see in the next couple of days what’s happening with this. “I read it this morning; when you are in the games sometimes you can see or hear something, but history has led me to stay away from these things.” Controversy surrounding referee Mark Clattenburg and Adam Lallana must not affect Southampton’s FA Cup clash with Burnley, according to assistant manager Jesus Perez. Assistant manager Perez has vowed Saints will not let the developing situation affect their preparations for hosting high-flying Sky Bet Championship side Burnley at St Mary’s Stadium on Saturday. “Our way always is when the game is over, it’s time to think about the next game,” said Perez. “So our full focus is to prepare well for the next game, then to ensure we’re in best condition for the next match. “That’s our style since we came to England. “When you are in this business you have to be aware everything is possible. “We’re in the best league, the best environment, in terms of business and media, so we have to respect everything because everyone is proud of this business. “So it’s not difficult for us: we focus and we put our players away from the problems and just think about the football.” Burnley sit second in the Championship standings, and will have in-form ex-Southampton academy striker Danny Ings on show on the south coast in the FA Cup third round on Saturday. Press Association Sport understands Southampton lodged a complaint with Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) in the wake of the 2-1 defeat at Everton on December 29. Southampton are understood to have claimed referee Clattenburg verbally abused England midfielder Lallana. Press Associationlast_img read more

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December 24, 2019

Men’s Soccer Downs UIC, 3-1

first_img Full Schedule Roster Live Stats Bartlett, the hero in Monday’s upset over No. 9 Butler with the winning goal in the 87th minute, Friday connected on a twisting half bicycle kick off a free kick by Cole Poppen (Ankeny, Iowa) for the game’s first goal in the 19th minute (19:21). Just minutes (22:55) later Poppen sent a corner kick in from the far side of the field that Enna blasted in to increase the lead to 2-0 over UIC (2-1-0). Next Game: The Flames went on the scoreboard late in the match with a goal by Max Todd in the 75th minute. “Playing two top-20 teams back-to-back is tough at any time and to get two wins is a tremendous credit to the team,” said head coach Gareth Smith. “Tonight, was another hard-earned win against an excellent UIC team who showed tonight why they are ranked as one of the top teams in the country. We were pleased with our overall organization, intensity, work ethic and competitive bite throughout the game. We knew that UIC had an impressive front line and that we would have to show a high level of discipline and organization to keep them from scoring in the first half. We continue to create good goal scoring opportunities and scored two excellent goals by Bartlett and Enna heading into the break. It was great to see Enzugusi get on the score sheet as well to extend our lead to 3-0.” WEST DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University men’s soccer team downed No. 20 UIC, 3-1, Friday night at Valley Stadium in West Des Moines. Lucas Bartlett (Overland Park, Kan.), Steven Enna (Overland Park, Kan.) and Leroy Enzugusi (Marion, Iowa) scored goals for Drake (2-1-0), which knocked off its second ranked opponent this week. The two teams played at Valley Stadium because of heavy rain at the Cownie Soccer Complex earlier in the day that left the field unplayable. “We tired a little near the end of the second half and at times weathered a high level of pressure from UIC,” Smith said. “However, we showed real steel/character to see out the game and get yet another impressive win. We turn our attention to a difficult road match against UMKC and look to build on this performance by focusing on one game at a time.” Story Links at UMKC 9/4/2018 – 7 PM Drake padded its lead early in the second half, courtesy of Leroy Enzugusi (Marion, Iowa). Enzugusi scored his first goal of the season after he took a pass from Paul Ciszewski (Germantown, Wis.) and then beat the Flames defense and smashed his shot in the lower left corner out of the reach of the goalkeeper, Sawyer Jackman. Watch Live Preview PDF Box Score Following Friday’s home match, Drake visits UMKC Sept. 4. First kick Tuesday night in Kansas City, Mo. is scheduled for 7 p.m. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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