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13:13

Sport

An astonishing leap by Primoz Roglic

J. GÓMEZ PEÑA

...he could and decided to try cycling instead. Now, just seven years on, he has won Spain's cycling tour, the Vuelta a España, beating 39-year-old champion Alejandro Valverde and fellow Slovenian Tadej Pogacar, who is just 20 years old. Roglic was

13:24

Sport

Far-reaching problems

Rob Palmer

Ernesto Valverde, but the problems are more far-reaching than that. There is no way that the well-structured Barcelona of a decade ago would be trying to bring back Neymar, a player who left such a bad taste. They would have sat back and offered a ... missing or the coach used the wrong tactics. It was symptomatic of progressive mismanagement. Valverde did try to employ a home grown talent in Carles Aleñá against Athletic Bilbao, but acted swiftly to withdraw him at half time when the standards were not

16:41

Sport

The Valverde Appreciation Society

Rob Palmer

The Ernesto Valverde Appreciation Society is an exclusive club, but membership should be growing rapidly. The problem is that he looks more like a bank manager than a football manager; he's careful and considered rather than controversial and ... dramatic. Actually, after my dealings with some of the charlatans who head up the banks here in Spain, forget the comparison to a bank manager; unlike them I'd trust Valverde with my last peseta. He's what used to be called a "Míster" in Spanish football ... wrong men in recent years. Valverde took over at a time when Gerard Piqué was declaring that he felt the club was becoming inferior to Real Madrid. He lost one of the world's great talents in Neymar and had to handle the furore that surrounded the

14:12

Sport

The Barça way

Rob Palmer

...prime and Valverde has won trophies with the back end of the generation. He's taking the flak for a couple of seasons of under-achievement in Europe despite domestic dominance. Blame Valverde for tactics, failing to prepare for matches, the lacklustre ... start to the season but not the whole hog. You can replace him as coach but it won't cure all of the ills. The real issue is the failure to create a pathway to the first team from La Masia for the starlets. If Valverde is relieved of his duties his ... successor would inherit the same dilemma. The dilemma is how to redevelop a team that has leant on Messi for a decade, and how to integrate the undoubted talent of Antoine Griezmann, Arthur Melo, Frenkie de Jong and Ousmane Dembélé. "Valverde Out" is

16:04

Sport

The inquest begins

Rob Palmer

...reflect" and that can only be bad news for Ernesto Valverde. The blame culture has spread to Catalonia and the manager is the victim who is expected to be sacrificed. It doesn't matter that he won La Liga in 2018, a distinctive 14 points ahead of the ... tactics board. Valverde isn't the man who sanctioned selling Neymar and reinvesting the money into Ousmane Dembélé and Philippe Coutinho. He isn't to blame for the lack of youth players making the first team. Sergi Roberto was the last player to ... harvest came the barren years. He doesn't have the power to insist on significant signings. I very much doubt that when he asked for a back-up striker in the winter, he expected Kevin Prince Boateng would be recruited. If Valverde suggested the

13:23

Sport

Champions party

Rob Palmer

...peaks. Ernesto Valverde may receive criticism from certain sections of Barcelona supporters, mainly for merely not being Pep Guardiola, but he is overseeing a quiet revolution. In the scoreless draw with Borussia Dortmund we saw the future of the

15:18

Sport

The quiet revolution

Rob Palmer

...in the post-Ronaldo/Zidane era and not enough has been observed about how Barcelona are coping without Andrés Iniesta and temporarily minus Messi. Ernesto Valverde doesn't have the style of Pep Guardiola nor the brashness of Luis Enrique but he is ... establish himself. Factor into the equation Coutinho who turned 26 in the summer and Nélson Semedo who is still 24 and you can see the bigger picture painted by Valverde. While Real Madrid piece everything back together he's carefully replaced

14:59

Sport

A senseless sacking

Rob Palmer

...self-imposed issues sparked the unravelling. Barça coach Ernesto Valverde must feel that his problems are simple in comparison and Frank Lampard will share a touchline with a manager who has less experience than him. It's all very illogical.

14:47

Sport

A different kind of plan

Rob Palmer

He's about as far away from Pep Guardiola as you can get but Ernesto Valverde deserves equal plaudits for the mini-revolution he's leading at Barcelona. Whereas Pep has taken his “man from GQ” image to the touchline of Manchester along with his ... England when Leicester won the league. Real Madrid and Atlético aren't firing fully, allowing Valencia to break the usual dominance. If it weren't for the practicality of Valverde they would be doing a full-Leicester! So full credit to the new Barcelona ... just a different kind of plan. Guardiola and Luis Enrique held the title of coach, Valverde is having to operate as an old school manager. Behind the scenes there's boardroom unrest, yet he manages to operate unaffected. Neymar was sold without a

19:19

Sport

Historic win for Alejandro Valverde in the Ruta del Sol

martín colba cycling

The 63rd Vuelta a Andalucía, the region’s biggest professional cycling race, came to a head on Sunday with Alejandro Valverde, one of Spain’s most prolific cyclists taking overall first place. Contrary to what the competition’s nickname, ‘Ruta ... del Sol’, suggests, on the fifth and final day of the race, Valverde and his rivals had to endure the stormy weather conditions that hit Malaga province over the weekend. From the beginning of the last instalment, in Setenil de las Bodegas (Cadiz), ... competitors had to battle through wind, rain and sleet during both the ascent and descent to make it across the finish line in Coín. The stage was won by Belgian Tim Wellens, but Valverde topped the podium, flanked by compatriot Alberto Contador, who came