The 22-year-old Mali attacking midfielder has arrived from Ligue 2 club Gazalec Ajaccio for a fee of about £2million.Mahrez also came from the French second tier, having been snapped up from Le Havre II, for a bargain £500,000, in 2014.Puel believes Diabate could be of the same ilk. “In the past Leicester have signed good players from Ligue 2 in Riyad Mahrez and Anthony Knockaert,” said Puel.“Diabate has a lot of quality, pace, good penetration, very good feet and he can make the difference.
The 30-year-old returned to his home town Shrewsbury and denied his old club with three first-half saves.But the England keeper had to take a baseball cap from a Hammers fan behind the goal to keep the low sun out of his eyes after Aaron Cresswell borrowed his.“I was very grateful – we have one in the kit van but Aaron’s hair is that bad that apparently last game he took it and he is ‘rocking’ the Umbro cap!” said Hart.“I didn’t have one available so someone in the West Ham end very kindly...
The Aussie midfielder, 27, set up the first goal then bagged a brace as the Terriers walloped Watford – then received a slap from boss David Wagner. Huddersfield’s four goals was more than their combined total in eight away trips after seven successive blanks on their travels. Elias Kachunga’s sixth-minute opener ended a 648-minute drought going back to the opening day of the season as Huddersfield netted four in a top-flight away game for the first time since 1955.
Like a few of you on here I think it's sensible management from @Nuno. Change of scenery, bit of bonding with their sun on their backs could do them the world of good. Cloughie used to do similar with his players and seemed to do OK!
@matt__162 I'd be surprised if they didn't sign at least one more, given we know Nuno wants a right wing back (OK, he's recalled Jordan Graham), central midfielder and a striker and has signed a young forward in Rafa Mir.
The trip has been planned for some time. One of several matters discussed at the meeting of the top brass in Sheffield after the Barnsley game last week. Nuno, asst head coach Rui Pedro Silva, Jeff Shi and Kevin Thelwell were among those to attend.
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