Tribal Football - Football News, Soccer News, Transfers & Rumours Latest Articles for Valencia https://www.tribalfootball.com/clubs/valencia Tue, 15 Oct 2019 19:28:37 +1100 http://www.tribalfootball.com/images/tribal-logo-rss.png Tribal Football http://www.tribalfootball.com <![CDATA[Valencia president Murthy: Marcelino actions unacceptable]]> <p>Valencia president Anil Murthy has lifted the lid on former coach Marcelino's sacking.</p><p>Murthy explained the reasons in an interview with the club's media channels.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/valencia-president-murthy-marcelino-actions-unacceptable-4300536?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BValencia'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Valencia president Anil Murthy has lifted the lid on former coach Marcelino's sacking.

Murthy explained the reasons in an interview with the club's media channels.

"There was a loss of confidence in Marcelino's role in the long term model that the majority shareholder has for the club. In the summer there was a distancing between the decisions of the club and the decisive role -- of great influence -- that Marcelino demanded in our transfer policy, as well as public pressure that made things even more difficult," Murthy said.

"The club had supported him in everything, including his decisions in the transfer market. Even when things were at their worst on the pitch, in January, it was Peter Lim who finally decided to continue supporting him. This summer, however, the challenge and constant individual discrepancy towards that club model was unacceptable, and was not going to stop. His project was different to that of the majority shareholder."

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<![CDATA[Mariano Diaz ready to leave Real Madrid in January]]> <p>Mariano Diaz is ready to leave Real Madrid in January.</p><p>The striker has battled for minutes at Real since being re-signed just over a year ago from Lyon.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/mariano-diaz-ready-to-leave-real-madrid-in-january-4299873?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BValencia'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Mariano Diaz is ready to leave Real Madrid in January.

The striker has battled for minutes at Real since being re-signed just over a year ago from Lyon.

And Calciomercato.com says Mariano wants to leave during the winter market.

For their part, Real are happy to accommodate and would be willing to sell outright as Mariano is not in the plans of coach Zinedine Zidane.

Valencia are among clubs watching developments closely.

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<![CDATA[Maxi Gomez Q&A: Valencia striker on Celta Vigo, ambitions & Uruguay]]> <p>Maxi Gomez is happy after making the move from Celta Vigo to Valencia this summer. We caught up with the Uruguay international to chat about life with Celta, his transfer to Los Che and the ambitions he has for his new club...<br></p><p><br></p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/maxi-gomez-q-a-valencia-striker-on-celta-vigo-ambitions-uruguay-4299699?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BValencia'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Maxi Gomez is happy after making the move from Celta Vigo to Valencia this summer. We caught up with the Uruguay international to chat about life with Celta, his transfer to Los Che and the ambitions he has for his new club...


Q: You came to Spain at the age of 20. What did that move mean to a kid from Paysandu?

A: Well, the truth is I never expected it. I think it's very hard for a player from Uruguay to come and play football in Spain. I think that Uruguayan football is a lot different to Spanish football. And, well, when I had the chance to come to Celta, I was very grateful to Celta because they were the ones who opened the doors for me. I was very happy and thank God everything worked out and I was able to come here.


Q: What do you remember about that time? How did that call come about? To think that at just 20 years of age you could move to LaLiga.

A: Well, the truth is that it was the last match we played with Defensor Sporting away to Fenix. There was already talk about Celta on social media, but I was focused on the match, which was like a cup final for us, and thank God we managed to win it and for Defensor Sporting to come out champions, which is no mean feat because the big teams are Nacional and Pearol, but thank God everything worked out well. After the game I had a meeting with a Celta director, Felipe Miambres, and thank God everything worked out with Celta and the truth is I'm very happy.


Q: What did making that leap to LaLiga mean to you?

A: Well, to be honest, it was a massive leap. I think that coming to play in Spain opens lots of doors. I had a very good six months in which I managed to contribute a lot to Celta, and after that I got the call from the Uruguayan national team, which was a dream of mine since I was a boy. The truth is I was really happy to be able to experience all that.


Q: How do you view those two years in Vigo on a personal level and in terms of scoring goals?

A: Well, to be honest, the first year was fantastic. I think I scored quite a lot of goals in the second year as well, but not as many as the first. I think that, like I said, coming from the Uruguayan league and being able to score all those goals in the Spanish league was really something special. I think it came up on Twitter that I beat a number of very good players in debuting with the most goals in LaLiga, so I'm very happy and very grateful to Celta, who were the ones who opened the doors for me.


Q: Which goal do you remember most fondly from your time at Celta?

A: The truth is I remember all of them very well, but I'd have to go with the goals I scored against the big teams. Scoring against Real Madrid and Barcelona is not something you do every day. I'd only scored against those teams playing video games with friends who played with teams like Manchester City or teams like that and I scored against Real Madrid and Barcelona and, well, for that dream to come true and to be able to score goals against the big sides really is something special.


Q: Can you describe them for us, tell us what those goals were like? Can you relive them for us?

A: Against Real Madrid it was a cross from Wass, with an intricate move where we moved the ball out wide and he crossed it in for me, I got my head on it and thank God I managed to put it inside the near post. To be honest, it was a wonderful goal. And against Barcelona I made it 2-2 at the Camp Nou, and the truth is that drawing against Barcelona on their own turf is not easy. The goal was a move from Iago Aspas, who really is a fantastic player. He takes on Umtiti, who pulls up with a hamstring problem, Aspas goes it alone and cuts it back to me and I put it in at the far post. It was also a really nice goal and I'm very grateful.


Q: What was it like to share a dressing room with Iago Aspas? What stands out about him?

A: The truth is he's a really good guy in every way. A very nice guy, a very good player, who I admire a lot because of the way he works and trains. What he transmits on the pitch is something special and, well, thank God I was able to share lots of good things with him.


Q: You were talking about the cross from Daniel Wass. If I'm not mistaken, he gave you five assists that season. Now the two of you are back together at Valencia. How are you enjoying this new stage and also that continuity?

A: To be honest, that year when I managed to score lots of goals, lots of them were from Daniel Wass assists. He's a fantastic player who puts in some perfect crosses so you can get into the box, move and shoot. And now, well, we're here living the dream together. Hopefully we can achieve something great together and I'm very happy I can be here with him and all of my teammates.


Q: What has coming to Valencia been like? What are your aspirations?

A: The truth is that it's something special coming to a club as big as Valencia. With the fans, with the people, with the squad and with the atmosphere here, there's nothing like it and for my part I'll try to give my all for the group. That's the main thing. To be able to score lots of goals, to compete, to have that fighting spirit we Uruguayans have and show it out on the pitch, give my all and use all my strength and to be able to score lots of goals. The truth is I'm very happy and hopefully all that comes to pass.


Q: Have you set yourself a goal target?

A: No, to be honest, I try not to set myself a target for the number of goals. I want to score in every game, because when I go home without scoring, I'm in bad mood. But hopefully the goals will flow and I'll be able to contribute to the group, which is the what matters.


Q: What qualities can Maxi Gomez bring to Valencia?

A: Well, the truth is that I'm a player who likes to get into the box a lot. In the final third I like to move about a lot and be able to score lots of goals. I'm a player who works on that a lot. Trying to get into the box, good movement and trying to put every ball I get on the end of into the net, which is the main thing.


Q: Valencia are coming off the back of a very good season. Winning the Cup, qualifying for the Champions League. In terms of titles, what are your hopes for this year?

A: The truth is that Valencia have a lot of cups ahead of them. We're playing in the Champions League. I always dreamed of playing in the Champions League. I only ever did in video games, and now being able to live this dream of being able to play in the Champions League, and being able to give my all for the squad is the main thing and being able to do it in every game is the best of all.


Q: What are your objectives in LaLiga?

A: The truth is I'm trying to train one day at a time, trying to do my very best in the matches on the weekends, trying to score goals. I feel very much at home now here in Valencia and hopefully I'll start scoring goals, I'll start helping the team, which is something special and something I aspire to.


Q: Those goals will come with game time, won't they? As you gain confidence and understand what the coach wants from you.

A: Yes, sure. To be honest, it's very hard to go from Celta's football to Valencia's football. I think Valencia play a faster, more counterattacking game and you need to adapt. And, well, any ball I get on the end of, I need to put it away, which is the main thing.


Q: As a group, what are Valencia's aspirations this season?

A: Well, the truth is we're very happy. We're working as a group to compete in all four competitions that Valencia are involved in. Taking it step by step, not getting carried away thinking about winning the Champions League or the title. We'd rather take it step by step. Every weekend is like a cup final, as I said earlier, and we're going to go out and try to win them any way we can.




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<![CDATA[Valencia coach Celades defends players after Ajax humbling]]> <p>Valencia coach Albert Celades defended his players after their Champions League humbling by Ajax.</p><p>The Dutch won 3-0 at the Mestalla last night.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/valencia-coach-celades-defends-players-after-ajax-humbling-4299116?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BValencia'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Valencia coach Albert Celades defended his players after their Champions League humbling by Ajax.

The Dutch won 3-0 at the Mestalla last night.

Celades lamented: "It is a tough defeat, a heavy result. The team has not deserved it but it is the reality. We had a very good first half and we went down 0-2. We have not had the effectiveness they have had and that's what we've lacked.

"The second-half we have started well but we haven't been able to score, their goalkeeper has been very good. We tried until the end."

He added: "The first-half has been the best time since I am a coach here. But it is not that it is the way because the result has punished us."

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<![CDATA[Tottenham, Liverpool keen on Dinamo Zagreb wing-back Dani Olmo]]> <p>Tottenham and Liverpool both were keen on Dani Olmo this summer.</p><p>Olmo, 21, was one of the breakout stars of the European Under-21 Championship as he helped guide Spain to glory.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/tottenham-liverpool-keen-on-dinamo-zagreb-wing-back-dani-olmo-4299002?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BValencia'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Tottenham and Liverpool both were keen on Dani Olmo this summer.

Olmo, 21, was one of the breakout stars of the European Under-21 Championship as he helped guide Spain to glory.

And Marca says his performances earned him interest from Liverpool, Tottenham, Atletico Madrid and Valencia.

However, Dinamo Zagreb reportedly valued him at 31million - a fee the potential suitors considered too high.

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<![CDATA[​Chelsea manager Lampard calls for focus to avoid Valencia repeat]]> <p>Chelsea manager Frank Lampard wants his players to focus in their upcoming Champions League clash.<br></p><p>The Blues are facing off against Lille in the second game of the group stages.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/chelsea-manager-lampard-calls-for-focus-to-avoid-valencia-repeat-4298941?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BValencia'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Chelsea manager Frank Lampard wants his players to focus in their upcoming Champions League clash.

The Blues are facing off against Lille in the second game of the group stages.

And they know that it is crucial for them to get a win, given they lost their first game at home to Valencia.

Two defeats would put them on the verge of being knocked out before the round of 16.

Speaking about the upcoming clash, Lampard told the club's website: "We have to be honest. Valencia wasn't the worst game for us, we played okay and should've got a result, but it was a harsh lesson in switching off for a second and losing a match at this level.

"That idea ramps up even more when you play away from home at stadiums like this against top European teams. Lille have a lot of threats to us, particularly in attacking areas. They have a lot of speed and a lot of quality.

"It's not the be all and end all, there are four more games after this, we have to see the big picture, but as we sit here now it's certainly a game we have to be very ready for to try and pick up something.

"We can hopefully bring the confidence from the last two results back home tomorrow night. We have to trust that if we play at our best, we will get the result we want."

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<![CDATA[LALIGA RECAP: Real Madrid go top; Ter Stegen assist; Valencia conquer San Mames]]> <p> From a new attendance record and assist-providing goalkeeper to another international award, here's a round-up of all the latest LaLiga news.<br></p><p><br></p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/laliga-recap-real-madrid-go-top-ter-stegen-assist-valencia-conquer-san-mames-4298918?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BValencia'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> From a new attendance record and assist-providing goalkeeper to another international award, here's a round-up of all the latest LaLiga news.


REAL MADRID MOVE TOP OF LALIGA SANTANDER

With a win and a draw over the past seven days, Real Madrid have moved to the top of the LaLiga Santander table on 15 points. Just behind them are Granada on 14 and, excitingly, these two teams meet at the Santiago Bernabu for a top-of-the-table clash next Saturday.


AN ATTENDANCE RECORD AT THE ESTADIO WANDA METROPOLITANO

Atltico de Madrid hosted Real Madrid in the Madrid derby on Saturday night in front of a record-setting crowd of 68,302 fans. The highest capacity ever recorded at the Wanda Metropolitano, the attendance surpassed even that for the Champions League final back in June.


AN ASSIST FOR TER STEGEN

Marc-Andr ter Stegen had a day to remember as Barcelona took on Getafe on Saturday. The goalkeeper kept a clean sheet in his side's 2-0 win, but he also finished the match with an assist after playing a long ball forward for Luis Surez to score the opener. It's not often that a goalkeeper provides an assist and the German will surely remember that moment for the rest of his life.


VALENCIA CONQUER SAN MAMES

Athletic Club hadn't lost a game at home in almost a year until Valencia's visit this weekend. Los Che travelled north to Bilbao and put in an impressive performance to run out 1-0 winners on Saturday, ending Athletic's 18-match unbeaten home streak in LaLiga Santander which stretched back to October 2018.


A DEBUT GOAL IN UNDER 100 SECONDS

Rea Madrid's home match against Osasuna was a special moment for 18-year-old Brazilian forward Rodrygo Goes. The teenager came on for his debut and scored his first LaLiga Santander goal just 93 seconds after stepping onto the pitch. Not since Ronaldo Nazrio scored 62 seconds into his debut against D. Alavs in 2002 has a Real Madrid player gotten off the mark so quickly.


GERARD MORENO IS TOP OF THE SCORING CHARTS

The Pichichi award given out to the top scorer at the end of each season is currently in the hands of Villarreal's Gerard Moreno, who has six goals to his name. Villarreal aren't strangers to the award; former striker Diego Forlan wrote his name into the history books back in 2004/05. There's still a long way to go but Moreno's current form suggests he could be in with a strong shout at the end of the season.


20 MATCHES IN SEVEN DAYS

Each LaLiga Santander team has played twice over the past seven days, including the first midweek round of the 2019/20 league season. 54 goals were scored over the 20 games.


MESSI IS 'THE BEST'

FIFA held its annual awards gala in Milan last Monday night and Lionel Messi took home the most coveted men's prize. The Argentine was named The Best FIFA Men's Player for his performances across the 2018/19 season, finishing ahead of Virgil van Dijk and Cristiano Ronaldo.


SIX LALIGA SANTANDER PLAYERS IN THE FIFPro XI

Also announced at the FIFA gala was the FIFPro XI of the year, which included six players from Spain's top flight: Marcelo, Sergio Ramos, Frenkie de Jong, Luka Modri, Eden Hazard and Lionel Messi all making the list.


PRESENTATION OF THE NEW LALIGA AMBASSADORS

Jos Mara Gutirrez 'Guti', Fernando Hierro, Denlson de Oliveira and Anar Lomba have been welcomed into the LaLiga Ambassadors family at a glitzy event in Madrid this week. They join the twenty-odd former stars of LaLiga who help to promote the Spanish league around the world.


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<![CDATA[Valencia striker Rodrigo: Fans need to get behind Celades]]> <p>Valencia striker Rodrigo Moreno has urged fans to get behind coach Albert Celades.</p><p>Supporters chanted Marcelino's name during the draw with Leganes after his sacking a fortnight ago.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/valencia-striker-rodrigo-fans-need-to-get-behind-celades-4297837?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BValencia'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Valencia striker Rodrigo Moreno has urged fans to get behind coach Albert Celades.

Supporters chanted Marcelino's name during the draw with Leganes after his sacking a fortnight ago.

Rodrigo remarked afterwards: "I understand that people can have their opinion and protest, but we must also respect the coach we have because it is with him we will fight for the objectives.

"It is a past chapter, Marcelino is part of the history of the club, but now we have to support the coach and the team to the fullest."

On missing his move to Atletico Madrid, Rodrigo added: "I am very calm, working seriously, trying to do what the coach asks, helping the team and we have to continue, there is still a lot to do."

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<![CDATA[REVEALED: Valencia made offer to Mourinho]]> <p>Former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho was approached by Valencia earlier this month.</p><p>Before the appointment of Albert Celades - after the sacking of Marcelino - Mourinho is being discussed inside the club's boardroom.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/revealed-valencia-made-offer-to-mourinho-4297827?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BValencia'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho was approached by Valencia earlier this month.

Before the appointment of Albert Celades - after the sacking of Marcelino - Mourinho is being discussed inside the club's boardroom.

Superdeporte says VCF owner Peter Lim would have made an attempt for Mourinho. Before formalising the dismissal of Marcelino on September 11, Lim put in a call to the ex-Real Madrid coach.

But no agreement was found, despite the good relations between the two.

The Valencians were also interested in Leonardo Jardim, a former VCF coach, who is in trouble at AS Monaco.

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<![CDATA[WATCH: Valencia fans protest against owner Peter Lim and president Anil Murthy]]> <p>Valencia fans have protested against owner Peter Lim and president Anil Murthy.</p><p>Supporters arrived at Sunday's game with Leganes at Mestalla with various banners and placards protesting against the ownership of the club.</p><a href='https://www.tribalfootball.com/articles/watch-valencia-fans-protest-against-owner-peter-lim-and-president-anil-murthy-4297770?utm_source%3Dmediafed%26utm_medium%3Drss-feed%26utm_campaign%3DFeed-Latest%2BArticles%2Bfor%2BValencia'>Read more on Tribal Football</a> Valencia fans have protested against owner Peter Lim and president Anil Murthy.

Supporters arrived at Sunday's game with Leganes at Mestalla with various banners and placards protesting against the ownership of the club.

Lim has come under fire for the sacking of Marcelino due to the Spanish coach's impressive achievements during his time with Los Che.

"Anil stay away from Mestalla," chanted the Valencia fans.

"Peter go away now," was another song.

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