Friday, 13 February 2015





Everton chief Roberto Martinez blamed Chelsea's players for attempting to influence the official amid an awful tempered 1-0 thrashing at Stamford Bridge.

Willian's late victor came after Gareth Barry's red card and a fracas in which Branislav Ivanovic got away blame for a conflict with Everton's James McCarthy.

"It's acceptable that what the home group are attempting to do is impact the official," Martinez told BBC Sport.
We, provide, free, possible winning, accumulations, soccer, picks, football news, across the globe, accumulation picksMourinho give the ax his BBC meeting when gotten some information about Chelsea's control.

A diversion that searched bound for stalemate woke up in the end organizes after Barry was demonstrated a second yellow card for a trek on Willian.

As contradicting players conflicted, Ivanovic bolted his arm around McCarthy's neck and seemed to push his head towards the Everton midfielder.

Martinez was incredulous of ref Jonathan Moss' treatment of both episodes.

"To give Barry a second yellow only in view of the response of the Chelsea players, that is disillusioning," he said.

"You would prefer not to accept that that choice is given due to the response of the players. It's something that we always see here. We need to permit the powers to investigate it.

"Ivanovic's conduct isn't right. He gets McCarthy around his neck in an exceptionally strong way then sets his head against him. James McCarthy doesn't respond a solitary bit.

"On the off chance that you need to be on top of the law that is a red card and we don't got anything out of that minute."

Mourinho has just as of late came back from a deliberate 10-day media quiet after he blamed the press for impacting the Football Association's choice to reflectively rebuff Chelsea striker Diego Costa for a stamp of Liverpool's Emre Can.

 Newcastle chief Fabricio Coloccini could have been blinded when he was struck by a coin amid the match against Crystal Palace, as per Magpies supervisor John Carver.

The article gave off an impression of being tossed from the swarm as Newcastle were observing Papiss Cisse's objective.

"It misses Colo's eye by an inch - an alternate inch and it could daze him," Carver said.

"It has became taken out of the amusement."

The overseer director included: "It simply can't happen, seriously?

"What is disillusioning from their perspective is that they have a fantastic swarm here, a mind boggling air - it is an over the top gathering of supporters in that corner."

Precious stone Palace director Alan Pardew likewise censured the occurrence, which occurred quickly before half-time in the 1-1 draw.

Newcastle led the pack with their first shot on target when Cisse headed in Daryl Janmaat's cross.

Yet the home side leveled when Fraizer Campbell jabbed in a Yannick Bolasie cross.

"It would be a disgrace - an irregular fan acting ineffectively if that is the situation," Pardew said.

"That is bizarre for this club in light of the fact that we have an extraordinary record of conduct so I am certain we will investigate it."

 Sergio Aguero scored his first objectives since December as Manchester City recovered their title challenge on track with triumph at Stoke.

City, who had not won at the Britannia in the Premier League, led the pack through Aguero's run and completion.

Diminish Crouch stooped to head a merited equalizer for Stoke yet James Milner nodded Manchester City back in front.Aguero got his second from the punishment spot after David Silva had been fouled, before Samir Nasri drove in a fourth.

It was a welcome come back to winning routes for Manuel Pellegrini's side, and guaranteed their seven-point shortage on Premier League pioneers Chelsea did not get any greater with Jose Mourinho's side beating Everton.

Manchester City had not won in the class since New Year's Day and their run of four successive alliance amusements without a win before landing at Stoke was their most noticeably awful since November 2009.

 West Ham had goalkeeper Adrian sent off however baffled Southampton by hanging on for a goalless draw at St Mary's.

The guardian was red checked when he took care of outside his crate under weight from Sadio Mane after a cumbersome touch.

Mane was denied by an objective line leeway prior and Saints pushed for a victor yet Maya Yoshida headed over as the Hammers shielded fearlessly.

West Ham's point came notwithstanding a damage to substitute Andy Carroll who was limping severely in the end stages.

The Hammers' first clean sheet in 18 away recreations implies Southampton dropped to fourth, a point in front of Arsenal.

Few Saints' fans could have envisioned their side would be pushing for a main four completion when players, for example, Adam Lallana, Luke Shaw and Dejan Lovren left in the mid year however this most recent result will feel like a missed open door.

Ronald Koeman's side neglected to make obvious risks before Adrian was released yet they commanded the staying 30 minutes without adding the deciding item to their methodology work.

Striker Graziano Pelle, now without an objective in eight association recreations, looked a header wide in included time and in an unglued completion Dusan Tadic was denied by a Jussi Jaaskelainen save.

 Barcelona recorded their tenth triumph in succession by beating Villarreal in the Copa del Rey semi-last first leg.

The hosts ruled the first half however did not lead until the 41st moment when Luis Suarez set up Lionel Messi to range home from 16 yards out.

Manu Trigueros leveled not long after the break yet Andres Iniesta restored Barca's lead.

Gerard Pique included a header yet Neymar had a punishment spared that would have put Luis Enrique's side three objectives clear.

The second leg is on Wednesday, 4 March, with Barcelona's city rivals Espanyol and Athletic Bilbao alternate groups still in the competition.Barcelona looked in emergency in ahead of schedule January when they were vanquished by David Moyes' Real Sociedad. A few executives likewise quit the club, presidential races were called and an exchange ban was upheld.

There were additionally gossipy tidbits about a column in the middle of Messi and manager Enrique. On the other hand, Barca have won each diversion from that point forward.

Villarreal came into the diversion in great structure as well - their just annihilation in the last 20 matches impending against Barca in the class recently.

Be that as it may Barca were predominant from the begin with Suarez missing a few half-risks before setting up Messi to score his 34th objective of the season.

Minutes after the fact, Messi played Suarez in yet the Uruguayan dragged his shot wide.

Villarreal very nearly leveled with their first shot, in first-half damage time, as Luciano Vietto discovered the base left corner from Denis Cheryshev's cross however Marc-Andre Ter Stegen got down well to touch it around the post.

They leveled in the 48th moment when Ter Stegen let Trigueros' shot from fresh through his hands.

Yet the scores were level for just seconds as Iniesta let go home from inside the crate after an endeavored go to Suarez ricocheted once again to the midfielder.

 Crystal Palace director Alan Pardew earned a point in his first match against previous club Newcastle as Fraizer Campbell's objective secured a draw.

Royal residence had the better of the first half, with a headed objective from Campbell discounted for offside.

Newcastle led the pack with their first shot on target, Papiss Cisse nodding in Daryl Janmaat's cross.But the hosts struck once more through Campbell to deny the Magpies a second win under new manager John Carver.

The fighting point proceeds with the Eagles' amazing run since Pardew assumed control - they have now taken 10 focuses from a conceivable 15.

They are thirteenth in the Premier League table, only two spots behind Newcastle, having been eight positions underneath the Magpies when Pardew exchanged clubs.

Castle had lost eight of their past 10 matches against Newcastle yet Wilfried Zaha soon tried Tim Krul, before Joe Ledley flicked a header over the bar from Jason Puncheon's free-kick.

 West Brom moved four focuses clear of the Premier League transfer zone as objectives from Brown Ideye and Saido Berahino secured triumph over Swansea.

Ideye, who was near to joining Qatari club Al Gharafa on exchange due date day, opened the scoring with a low shot - his second objective in two diversions.

He then turned supplier, reducing for strike accomplice Berahino to space home from 12 yards.

The outcome moves the Baggies up to fourteenth, while Swansea stay ninth.

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