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    Getty Riqui Puig and Gerard Pique in action for Barcelona. Barcelona midfielder Riqui Puig seems to be have been enjoying himself at the training ground following the arrival of legend Xavi Hernandez as the new first-team coach. Xavi has already introduced a new set of rules for his players, including one which states they must eat lunch at the training ground. Puig uploaded a photograph on Instagram stories which seems to show him enjoying lunch with teammate Gerard Pique, as shown by journalist Toni Juamarti. However, Puig couldn’t resist a cheeky dig at Pique at the same time. The 22-year-old pointed out out that Pique was dressed like a character from television program ‘Peaky Blinders.’ Riqui Puig da muestras en Instagram de que ahora se come en la Ciutat Esportiva los días de entreno #fcblive pic.twitter.com/85O7odMNPK — Toni Juanmartí (@tjuanmarti) November 11, 2021 The arrival of Xavi seems to be good news for Puig. The midfielder was advised to go out on loan by former coach Ronald Koeman and struggled for game time under the Dutchman. A new...
    Getty Xavi is unveiled as Barcelona manager. Xavi has made his feelings about Barcelona attacker Ousmane Dembele crystal clear after being unveiled as the club’s new first-team coach on Monday at the Camp Nou. The 41-year-old spoke about the Frenchman at a news conference after his presentation and thinks the forward can be one of the best players in the world with the right coaching, as reported by ESPN. Xavi also made it clear he hopes Dembele, who is out of contract at the end of the season, can be convinced to stay at the Camp Nou and sign a contract extension with the Catalan giants. “That’s a priority,” he said about Dembele’s contract situation. “Coached well, he can be one of best in the world in his position. He has all the qualities to be a superstar.” Dembele missed the start of the season through injury but returned in the Champions League win over Dynamo Kiev. However, Dembele picked up a hamstring injury in training after the victory in Ukraine and is currently sidelined once again. Follow...
    Mika Zibanejad, Gerard Gallant send support to Kyle Beach Geoff Magliocchetti October 28, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit New York Rangers reps extended their support to Beach, the “John Doe” in the sexual assault report centered around the Chicago Blackhawks. Members of the New York Rangers expressed their support for Kyle Beach during practice proceedings on Thursday. Beach has been identified as the “John Doe” of a damnatory report released on Tuesday, one that exposed the Chicago Blackhawks’ inaction in the wake of sexual assault allegations made against video coach Brad Aldrich en route to a championship during the 2009-10 season. Rangers head coach Gerard Gallant commended Beach for his bravery in coming forward, namely through an interview with Rick Westhead on TSN’s SportsCentre program on Wednesday night. “He came out publicly and got a lot off his chest (after) 11 years, so that’s got to be real tough on the kid. But I think he’s courageous and did an outstanding job when...
    More On: new york rangers Why Rangers aren’t rushing buyout of exiled defenseman Why NHL bettors will want to keep eye on Rangers Son of ex-Yankee, Met goes second overall in MLB Draft This Rangers trade bungle only looks worse now The Blueshirts have elevated Gord Murphy from his associate coaching position with the AHL Wolf Pack to incoming head coach Gerard Gallant’s staff in New York while also hiring Mike Kelly as an assistant, The Post has learned. Murphy, who worked as an assistant for Gallant with the Blue Jackets for parts of three seasons from 2003-04 into 2006-07, will handle the defense, as he did temporarily during the season when then-head coach David Quinn and his staff were sidelined under the league’s COVID-protocol. The 54-year-old also handled the defense on an interim basis during the 2020 bubble summer camp and qualifying round after Lindy Ruff left his post as a Blueshirts assistant to accept the head-coaching job in New Jersey. Murphy — who has also been an assistant for the Panthers and Flyers, the two teams with...
    More On: serbys q&a Met talks scary moment, mental toughness, World Series chances Nothing is holding new Jets defensive end back Ian Eagle breaks down ‘tough’ Nets playoff matchup Mets catcher talks COVID-19 battle, Lindor relationship, pitching staff New Rangers coach Gerard Gallant takes a timeout for some Q&A with post columnist Steve Serby. Q: What would you say drives you? A: Well, I want to win a Stanley Cup. I never [have] won a Stanley Cup. I enjoy the game, I still have a lot of fun coming to the rink, and I got two grandboys, 4 and 5 years old, and they’re pretty happy to see grandpa coaching an NHL hockey team. They’re at that age where they’re starting to watch the highlights and all that. They remember Vegas [2017-20] a little bit, but now they’re at a perfect age, and they’ll watch those highlights every night, so I’m looking forward to that. Q: Tell me about your Stanley Cup dream as a kid. A: It goes back to those days, every day you’re playing in the...
    New head coach Gerard Gallant’s vision of the Rangers must now be matched by GM’s skill Frank Curto June 23, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The New York Rangers held press conference on Tuesday introducing new head coach Gerard Gallant, displaying what kind of team Gallant wants to bring to Broadway, but might have had more questions than answers at its conclusion.The Gerard Gallant era in New York officially began on Tuesday when the media had their first opportunity to hear what the new man behind the bench had to say. In an unsurprisingly voice, the 57 -year old let the NHL and Rangers fans know exactly what he wanted his new team to be known for. “I want us to be the hardest-working team in the league.” Work ethic, grit and never being outplayed by the opponent has been the trademark of every team gallant has coached. Some other interesting takes from yesterdays press conference centered around the younger players on the team along...
    Gerard Gallant is taking over a young team with potential as coach of the New York Rangers, just like his three previous stops. Unlike Columbus, Florida and expansion Vegas, Gallant will be expected to win quickly, if not right away. The 57-year-old is embracing those high expectations in a big market, even if he insists he will handle this situation the same as his previous jobs. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "It’s a team that’s ready to take off, go to the next level and I’ll prepare the same way," Gallant said Tuesday. "I feel very comfortable about what happened in the past, in the past six years with Florida and in Vegas and I’ll bring that forward to the New York Rangers and get to know their players, get to know their personnel. I think that’s really important, and I think that’s one of my strong points." Gallant was a target for new president and general manager Chris Drury because he was won pretty much everywhere. He won the Memorial Cup in 2011 as the top...
    More from: Larry Brooks Mat Barzals antics put unrecognizable Islanders in bad spot Trading for Cal Clutterbuck helped build Islanders identity Theres never been anything like Ryan Pulocks miraculous Islanders stop Blackhawks enter the Jack Eichel trade sweepstakes Referee helps doom Islanders with phantom Adam Pelech penalty Regarding the Chris Drury-Gerard Gallant Rangers: 1. The one thing that I don’t quite get from Gallant’s introductory press conference on Tuesday was when the incoming coach cited the Rangers’ next-game response to Tom Wilson as evidence of the team’s leadership, toughness and ability to compete against the league’s brawniest teams. Yes it was admirable that the Blueshirts didn’t shrivel and turn tail 48 hours later, but I interpreted their reaction as completely disconnected from hockey and that did nothing to address the club’s lack of players with the smash-mouth mentality that is required for success in this NHL playoff era. We’ve been over this before. The Rangers don’t need to add third- and fourth-line enforcers to act as a deterrent to the Wilson’s of the world because that animal doesn’t even...
    More On: new york rangers A new team enters sweepstakes for disgruntled NHL star Gerard Gallant is ideal choice to solve star issue that haunted Rangers Inside the Rangers’ monumental hire Rangers choose their next head coach The Rangers will officially introduce new head coach Gerard Gallant Tuesday at 10 a.m., and general manager Chris Drury will address the media for the first time since fired former bench boss David Quinn. The press conference will not be available to stream, but highlights will be broadcasted on MSG afterward. It’s been over a month since Drury dismissed Quinn after the first-time NHL head coach missed the playoffs for the third consecutive season. But after former president John Davidson and former general manager Jeff Gorton were let go by CEO Jim Dolan just before the conclusion of the regular season, it wasn’t a surprise Drury opted to fully clean house. Dolan made it clear he wanted a culture change within the organization, and that’s what Drury and now Gallant have been tasked with. Here are some questions for Drury and Gallant...
    No apology: Tavis Smiley makes comeback bid after PBS firing Biden, Putin discuss ambassadors, nuclear weapons and more The New York Rangers are hiring Gerard Gallant as the team’s head coach, the team announced on Wednesday. Its massive: NHL legend Mark Messier sees exponential growth for hockey in ESPN deal The Record, Bergen County See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next With 50 days to go, Japans Olympic President says games will go ahead CBS News Click to expand Replay Video With 50 days to go, Japans Olympic President says games will go ahead Thursday morning, Tokyo marked 50 days until the start of the summer Olympics. Much of Japan is still under a COVID-19 state of emergency, and many Japanese say the games should be called off. As Ramy Inocencio reports, the chief Olympics organizer says the games that were supposed to be held last year cannot be postponed again. CBS News UP NEXT It’s the second major decision for newly appointed general manager Chris...
    Rangers GM now has to add the right pieces for Gerard Gallant to be successful Frank Curto June 15, 2021 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on reddit Share on email The New York Rangers have their man but must find the right pieces to add to the team if they want new head coach Gerard Gallant to be successful.The Blueshirts checked the top box off of their list of what they need to improve when they hired Gerard Gallant.  Unfortunately for the club, there are a lot of boxes left to be checked off between now and when training camp begins. First up is a coaching staff for the new head coach. The Rangers cleaned house after the conclusion of this season. Staff needs to be replacedJacques Martin, Greg Brown, and David Oliver were all let go when the club decided that David Quinn was no longer the man to lead the Rangers. Rick Carpinello of The AThletic has indicated that the team’s video coach, Jerry Dineen was also relieved of...
    More from: Larry Brooks Islanders represent rude awakening for Lightning Final four playoff teams show NHLs hard cap is a myth Islanders show where Chris Drurys Rangers makeover needs to start Islanders playoff run is classic Lou Lamoriello Islanders know too well the painful cost of a long series This will not represent quite the culture shock of Alain Vigneault replacing John Tortorella behind the bench in 2014, or maybe not even of David Quinn being hired for his first NHL gig in 2018 to succeed Vigneault. But the hiring of Gerard Gallant as the Rangers’ 36th head coach as first reported by The Post on Monday afternoon, will represent a marked change in approach. The voice will be different, the tone will be different and so, perhaps most importantly, will the relationships between the players — especially the veterans — and the coach. Chris Drury’s first coaching search as president and general manager came to a conclusion Monday when the parties reached an agreement for Gallant to take over the club that has missed the playoffs the past...
    New York Rangers hire Gerard Gallant as their new head coach ( Report) Frank Curto June 14, 2021 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on reddit Share on email The New York Rangers have reportedly hired Gerard Gallant as their new head coach.Gerard Gallant will lead the New York Rangers at the start of the 2021-2022 season. The organization’s 36th head coach in the rich history of the franchise has been hired per Larry Brooks of the New York Post. BREAKING: Rangers have reached agreement to hire Gerard Gallant as head coach, Post has learned. — Larry Brooks (@NYP_Brooksie) June 14, 2021   Gallant has had an impressive coaching career in the NHL. The 57-year-old began his coaching career with the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2003. Following a three-year stint there, he went on to be the head coach of the Florida Panthers in 2014 seven years later. His most impressive run was when he was hired to take the reigns as the head coach of the Vegas Golden Knights expansion...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Gerard Gallant is set to join one of hockey’s oldest organizations instead of the NHL’s newest franchise after reaching an agreement to coach the New York Rangers. Gallant and the Rangers have a deal for him to be their next coach, a person with direct knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Monday. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team had not announced the agreement, which was first reported by the New York Post. Rangers hiring Gerard Gallant as new head coach https://t.co/YrRxmNtB7X pic.twitter.com/wYPOXiuISq — New York Post Sports (@nypostsports) June 14, 2021 Gallant was a highly sought-after coaching candidate three years after leading Vegas to the Stanley Cup Final in its inaugural season. He is fresh off coaching Canada from an 0-3 start to the gold medal at the world hockey championship and now he will join one of the league’s Original Six franchises. The 57-year-old Gallant replaces David Quinn, who was fired along with much of his staff by new Rangers president and general manager Chris Drury shortly...
    The New York Rangers have reached an agreement to hire Gerard Gallant as their next coach, a person with direct knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press on Monday. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the team had not announced the agreement. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Gallant was a highly sought-after coaching candidate three years after leading Vegas to the Stanley Cup Final in its inaugural season. He is fresh off coaching Canada from an 0-3 start to the gold medal at the world hockey championship. The 57-year-old Gallant replaces David Quinn with the Rangers, who was fired along with much of his staff by new president and general manager Chris Drury shortly after the regular season ended. President John Davidson and GM Jeff Gorton were fired days earlier, with owner James Dolan citing the need for a "change in leadership." This is Gallant’s fourth NHL head coaching job after stints with the Blue Jackets, Panthers and Golden Knights. The 2018 Jack Adams Award winner as coach of the year, Gallant was fired...
    The New York Rangers have reached an agreement with Gerard Gallant on Monday to be their next head coach. The New York Rangers underwent an overhaul toward the end of this season. Owner James Dolan fired team president John Davidson and general manager Jeff Gorton and effectively replaced them with former forward Chris Drury, and head coach David Quinn was let go at the conclusion of the regular season. It was up to Drury to find a head coach to bring the team to contention, and it seems like they found their guy. According to Larry Brooks of The New York Post, the Rangers have reached an agreement with Gerard Gallant to be their next head coach, the 36th in franchise history. Gallant had most recently coached the Vegas Golden Knights from 2017 until his firing in 2020. BREAKING: Rangers have reached agreement to hire Gerard Gallant as head coach, Post has learned. — Larry Brooks (@NYP_Brooksie) June 14, 2021 Rangers to hire Gerard Gallant, formerly of the Golden Knights, to be their next head coachThe Rangers did have obvious...
    Time to meet the new boss. The Rangers have agreed to hire Gerard Gallant as their next head coach, The Post’s Larry Brooks first reported on Monday. Gallant, 57, most recently coached the Vegas Golden Knights from 2017-2020 after stints behind the Florida Panthers’ and Columbus Blue Jackets’ benches. He was considered the front-runner in the Rangers’ search, and holds a 270-216-4-51 career record over parts of nine NHL seasons. The Rangers are hiring Gerard Gallant as their next head coach.Natalia Fedosenko/TASS He will succeed David Quinn, who was fired following the 2020-21 season. Filed under coaches ,  gerard gallant ,  new york rangers ,  6/14/21
    More On: new york rangers Rangers finally add Swedish defenseman to young core A New York team wins NHL draft lottery Don’t expect another draft lottery gift for the Rangers Rangers dump another member of front office Gerard Gallant remains the leader in the clubhouse, but Rangers president-general manager Chris Drury is waiting to see if there is fallout from second-round playoff series that could free up another candidate or two to succeed David Quinn behind the bench, according to several individuals familiar with the team’s coaching search. That means, first, the Blueshirts are going to monitor the situation in Carolina, where Rod Brind’Amour’s ’Canes were down 3-1 to the Lightning entering Tuesday’s Game 5 in Raleigh. Brind’Amour’s contract is set to expire at the end of the season, and though the coach and team owner Tom Dundon had been working on a three-year extension late in the regular season, that remains unfinished business. There is always the chance that the notoriously parsimonious owner will lowball Brind’Amour into free agency. It is believed the parties were discussing a number...
    More On: new york rangers Rangers get permission to interview top coach on radar Rangers legend leaves organization Former Rangers captain latest to land ESPN job Examining the Rangers coaching candidates Time waits for no one and neither do team charter flights – not even for the coach. And so when the shared Team USA-Team Canada charter flight to the World Championship tournament in Riga, Latvia, departs from JFK on Sunday, Team Canada head coach Gerard Gallant will be aboard. But only after having interviewed with Rangers president-general manager Chris Drury for the vacancy at MSG, The Post has learned. It is unclear whether talks between Gallant, who has entered the Rangers coaching search at the top of the club’s wish list, and Drury took place on Friday or will be conducted on Saturday.   Drury, who is GM of Team USA but is not traveling to the tournament, was not about to wait for the June 6 conclusion of the tournament to speak to the coach, who has been biding his time since he was dismissed by Vegas...
    More from: Larry Brooks Chris Drury has to go all-in on his David Quinn decision Why Im skeptical Rangers will pursue Jack Eichel The determining factor in Chris Drurys massive David Quinn decision Craziest Rangers season ever isnt what you think New regime wont bring change to Tony DeAngelos Rangers status First things first. I can guarantee you that if John Tortorella returns to New York for a second term as Rangers head coach, he and I will make certain to get the rights to our own material and then stream it on our very own YouTube channel. So there is that. But I do not believe that there will be a reunion even if Tortorella has maintained warm relationships with Jim Dolan and Glen Sather in the aftermath of his dismissal following 2012-13. This is not the right time for a coach whose eternal instinct is to break down players before building them back up in his own image. This is not the time for a coach who endorses confrontation as a constructive tool in team-building. He has...
    GERARD PIQUE has asked for Barcelona’s internal rules be be rewritten — so he can run for PRESIDENT of the club. The defender, 33, wants to stand for the role vacated by Josep Maria Bartomeu in October. 3Gerard Pique wants a change to rules preventing current players from being Barcelona club presidentCredit: Getty Images - Getty But under current Nou Camp statutes, a serving player cannot stand for election. Pique’s grandfather Amador Bernabeu is a former vice-president so he  has used his connections in his  attempt to change the rulebook. Pique has urged Carles Tusquets, the head of the club’s management board and interim President, to alter the regulations. He is understood to have asked for 65,000 nomination forms to be sent to him to obtain the signatures needed to get on the January 24 ballot. That will pit him against ex-President Joan Laporta, who  previously endorsed his presidential ambitions. He will also go up against Victor Font, the businessman  who pledged to bring in legend Xavi  as coach is he wins. Pique has already branched out by creating his own business empire while continuing...
    Gerard Houllier, a Frenchman who won three titles in one season as manager of English club Liverpool following a disappointing spell as the coach of France's national team, has died. He was 73. Liverpool and the French soccer federation announced the death Monday. French sports daily L’Equipe said he died at home on Sunday following heart surgery in France. DRAWS FOR LIVERPOOL, SPURS CAP TOUGH WEEKEND FOR EPL POWERS “We are mourning the passing of our treble-winning manager, Gerard Houllier," Liverpool wrote on Twitter. “The thoughts of everyone at Liverpool Football Club are with Gerard’s family and many friends. Rest in peace, Gerard Houllier 1947-2020." French President Emmanuel Macron also paid tribute to Houllier, along with many current and former Liverpool players. “Absolutely devastated by the news about Gerard Houllier," Jamie Carragher wrote on Twitter. “Loved that man to bits, he changed me as a person and as a player and got LFC back winning trophies. RIP Boss." Houllier had a mediocre stint as coach of France's national team in the early 1990s, his short-lived journey ending with an embarrassing failure to...
    PARIS (AP) — Gerard Houllier, a Frenchman who won three titles in one season as manager of English club Liverpool following a disappointing spell as the coach of France's national team, has died. He was 73. Liverpool and the French soccer federation announced the death Monday. French sports daily L’Equipe said he died at home on Sunday following heart surgery in France. “We are mourning the passing of our treble-winning manager, Gerard Houllier," Liverpool wrote on Twitter. “The thoughts of everyone at Liverpool Football Club are with Gerard’s family and many friends. Rest in peace, Gerard Houllier 1947-2020." French President Emmanuel Macron also paid tribute to Houllier, along with many current and former Liverpool players. “Absolutely devastated by the news about Gerard Houllier," Jamie Carragher wrote on Twitter. “Loved that man to bits, he changed me as a person and as a player and got LFC back winning trophies. RIP Boss." Houllier had a mediocre stint as coach of France's national team in the early 1990s, his short-lived journey ending with an embarrassing failure to qualify for the 1994 World...
    The 20 best election movies 10 Gift Shopping Tips for Procrastinators Former France coach Gerard Houllier dies at 73 - French media PARIS (Reuters) - Former France manager Gerard Houllier, who also coached Olympique Lyonnais, Paris St Germain and Liverpool, has died, local media reported on Monday. © Reuters/Michael Regan FILE PHOTO: (L-R) Michael Owen and Manager Gerard Houllier, at the 10 year anniversary of the contract between Carlsberg and Liverpool F.C. The anniversary coincides with the announcement of a new 3 year deal making it the longest and biggest sponsorship RMC sport and sports daily L'Equipe said he had died aged 73 after having a heart operation in Paris. Houllier had a long history of heart problems, dating back to when he was rushed to hospital at halftime of a Premier League game between Liverpool and Leeds United in 2001. After an insignificant playing career in France's lower leagues, Houllier began coaching in 1973, earning his first big job with Lens before taking over at Paris St Germain. He became France's assistant coach in 1988 and then...
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