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Alexis Sanchez’s Manchester United deal will impact smaller clubs: Sean Dyche

first_imgBurnley manager Sean Dyche believes that the proposed trasfer of Arsenal player Alexis Sanchez to Manchester United will have an impact on smaller clubs. He feels Sanchez’s huge wages, should his deal to United be completed, will cause inflation in the game.Burnley are scheduled to play Jose Mourinho’s side on Saturday and Sanchez could make his debut for United against Dyche’s team at Turf Moor if the transfer is completed in time.British media reported that United are prepared to pay the striker more than 350,000 pounds ($485,000) per week, which would make him the highest earner in the Premier League. Burnley’s top earning players are believed to be on around a tenth of that figure.”It creates a tougher challenge because every time one of the super powers spends enormous money on a player that drip-feeds down the market,” Dyche said.”So every player you then phone about has miraculously gone considerably up in value because they’ll look and say it doesn’t mean he’s as good but he must be somewhere nearer on a sliding scale,” he added.”So where does the next move from us come from? Where’s the next valuation on one of our players or one of our targets?”Although Burnley have one of the smaller budgets in the Premier League, they have risen to seventh place this season but Dyche says the gap between the rich clubs and others remains significant.”There’s a talent pool for that top end of the market and we have to look at a different market. I don’t think any of us are surprised by the gap in the Premier League, I think it’s been there a long time and it’s getting harder year on year since the business model for football has changed,” he said.advertisement”The problem is the clubs are moving forward and we’re at the back of it, and it’s hard to keep up. But that’s the ongoing challenge of being at Burnley Football Club and I enjoy that challenge,” Dyche added.(With Reuters inputs)last_img read more

CWG: Chance to celebrate Indian shootings youth brigade

first_imgBy Abhishek Hore New Delhi, Mar 20 (PTI) Bristling with talent and supremely confident about their skills, a gifted bunch of youngsters could make the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Australia a celebration of Indian shootings rich talent pool. Having stamped their class on the big stage, the youngest shooters in the national team will again jostle for space with the big players, vying for top honours at the Belmont Shooting Complex in Brisbane from April 8 to 14. The abundance of talent is complemented by a confident approach which the likes of Manu Bhaker, Mehuli Ghosh, Anish Bhanwala and Anjum Moudgil will display at the Games. The mix of confidence and talent helped India produce its best-ever ISSF World Cup performance in the recently-concluded tournament in Mexico, where the shooters won an unprecedented nine medals, including four gold. No wonder the National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) president is optimistic of a bright future. “I am thrilled that our faith in youngsters are giving results. This was a stupendous performance,” Raninder said. “We have key international events lined up throughout the year and a performance like this by youngsters of the squad bodes well,” he added. The NRAI boss deserves credit for doing his bit in streamlining the sport after the debacle at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Indias only individual Olympic gold medallist, Abhinav Bindra, specifically, lauded Raninder recently for the shooters stellar show, attributing it to the “vision” showed by the president and pointed to the investment in junior programme. The teenage shooters not only impressed but did so in their maiden World Cup appearance, and will take the confidence into the Commonwealth Games, which will be followed by the World Championships and Asian Games.advertisement Jhajjar girl Manu, 16, stole the show at her international debut with gold in 10m air pistol and a day later bagged another yellow metal in the mixed team event alongside Om Prakash Mitharwal. Shooting happened to her by chance after a brush with contact sports and the multi-faceted pistol sensation is now looking ahead to more global success. “I am extremely happy at winning two gold medals (in Mexico), especially as this was my first World Cup. I look forward to perform even better in upcoming competitions,” Manu said. That she had also won a staggering 15 medals, including nine gold, at the 61st National Shooting Championship in Thiruvananthapuram will not be forgotten in a hurry. Training under Joydeep Karmakar , who missed an Olympic medal by a whisker, Mehuli has come a long way since being blacklisted for misfiring a shot that hit an employee during her early days at the Serampore Rifle Club I Bengal. Threats of a police complaint literally shook the small town girl before her mother, following a few sessions with a psychologist, got her enrolled at Karmakars academy in Kolkata, which meant a travel time of more than four hours daily in local trains with her heavy equipment. After winning two bronze medals in Guadalajara, Mehuli, who admires ace badminton champion P V Sindhu, has now set her eyes on the upcoming tournaments, including the Commonwealth Games. Prior to that, two medals came in the 2016 Nationals, eight in 2017 Nationals, followed by a gold medal in the youth category of the Asian Airgun Championships in Japan. For the likes of Bhanwala and Anjum too, CWG remains the immediate target. The Central Board of Secondary Educations unprecedented act to reschedule three Board exam papers on the shooters request, says a lot about Bhanwalas talent and its recognition. Anjum is also a multi-faceted personality and a lot will be expected of her at the Games. PTI AH PM PMlast_img read more