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“It could have been at Liverpool,” England captain Harry Kane said as he explained VAR decisions against Ecuador and Qatar.

Harry Kane ‘could have been at Liverpool’ after contract ‘mistake’

Former Manchester City defender Micah Richards has told Harry Kane he made a mistake in signing him to a long-term deal at Tottenham Hotspur.

The England captain signed a six-year contract extension at Spurs after an impressive season in 2018, with the striker likely to miss out on a major move elsewhere.

Kane, who has yet to win a major trophy as a player, will end his career as the Premier League’s top scorer.

VAR decisions between Ecuador and Qatar were explained after a controversial start to the World Cup

ESPN’s Dale Johnson reports that Enner Valencia’s goal against Qatar at the 2022 FIFA World Cup was correctly disallowed by the video assistant referee.

The former Everton and West Ham striker thought he had given Ecuador the start to their dream of a first World Cup in eight years when he was in a great position to nod the ball into an empty net after a blunder by Qatari goalkeeper Saad Al Sheeb.

However, his joy was short-lived when VAR monitors alerted home official Daniele Orsato to a possible offside violation by one of his Ecuador teammates just before the game.

Ballon d’Or winner does what dad never did at World Cup in Qatar – USA star

WORLD CUP 2022 PREVIEW: USA v Qatar draw in World Cup B with England, Iran and Wales, without one player on the field, but have already surpassed their famous father’s record.

The U.S. returns to this year’s FIFA World Cup and hopes to use the talent of its rising young stars to reach the final stages.

Under 49-year-old coach Gregg Berhalter, they ended an eight-year World Cup absence and beat Costa Rica on goal difference to finish third in the CONCACAF qualifying table. 2018 edition in Russia.

They were fortunate to qualify for the upcoming tournament, but there is hope that the new talent will help the USA exceed expectations. Wales.

Timothy Weah, son of Liberian icon George, is one of the best players in the current team. The 22-year-old continues to show great promise with Ligue 1 side Lille, having shown the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and Celtic.

Since arriving in France in 2019, he has made 81 appearances and scored 8 goals. Since then, he has played 25 times for USD.

It remains to be seen whether he will be given the chance to make his World Cup debut in the USA’s Group B match against Wales, but he could already advance the career of his immensely talented father. George, who won the Ballon d’Or in 1995, is considered one of the most talented players to never play at a World Cup.

Timothy Weah is set to follow his father’s World Cup career

Speaking about his father’s influence on the upcoming tournament, Weah Jr. said: “I know he [George] is very emotional because he didn’t get the chance to play for his country at the World Cup. I can feel him living the moment through me.

“He’s emotional like any parent. They [Vea’s family] want me to do my best and I just want to play.”

The upcoming tournament will represent a seismic moment for Timothy and the entire Weah family, but the youngster is part of a hugely promising and talented squad. Leeds United duo Tyler Adams and Brenden Aaronson are both in Berhalter’s squad and will be hoping to star in Qatar.

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Whites boss and former USMNT head coach Jesse Marsh has already predicted big things for the two, with one of what he suggests is a “golden generation” of US talent. As quoted by The Athletic , he said: “We all want to see the team do really well now, but everyone at home is looking at 2026 and imagining what it will really be like when the World Cup returns to the US.

“It’s silly to say it out loud, but can we be a contender at home? It’s even funny to say it out loud. But we think this is a golden generation of players.”

Chelsea star Christian Pulisic should not be forgotten among the huge number of promising talents at Berhalter’s disposal. The former Borussia Dortmund man remains the poster boy for the American game despite his woes at Stamford Bridge.

Gregg Berhalter will lead the USMNT to the World Cup in Qatar

Supporters will surely be hoping to watch the forward’s “griddy” celebration in Qatar and earn him a place in USMNT folklore alongside Landon Donovan and Clint Dempsey. Speaking exclusively to Mirror Sport, the 24-year-old revealed his desire to impress some of the big boys.

He said: “If we go to Qatar, we know there are likely to be ordinary names who can win. Brazil, Argentina, Germany, France, England, one or two. We know we won’t be counted in that group.

“But we don’t see opportunities and we’re not in the World Cup just to put up numbers. We go and give it our all in every game we play and make America proud. Wherever that takes us, we’ll just have to wait and see.”

Christian Pulisic is the poster boy of the USMNT

Pulisic and his teammates certainly have a difficult task in which to do that. The USMNT have only gone beyond the round of 16 once since their semi-final finish in the 1930 World Cup – their first-ever appearance.

Their run to the quarter-finals of the 2002 edition in South Korea and Japan was a sliding doors moment for the national side but they failed to really take advantage of that in the following tournament with a group stage exit in Germany.

Considering the talent in the squad, there is hope that won’t be the case in Qatar but it is down to the up-and-coming crop of starlets to ensure that becomes reality.

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