Sport Gestede wants winning feeling

14:40  21 april  2017
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De Gea should not care about speculation, says Mourinho

  De Gea should not care about speculation, says Mourinho David de Gea continues to be linked to Real Madrid but Jose Mourinho does not feel the Manchester United goalkeeper will lose focus.Jose Mourinho has demanded David de Gea puts speculation over his future to one side and focuses on Manchester United's season run-in.

Rudy Philippe Michel Camille Gestede (born 10 October 1988) is a professional footballer who plays as a striker for Middlesbrough and the Benin national team. After coming through the youth ranks at Metz, Gestede spent a year on loan gaining experience with Cannes, scoring four goals in 22 appearances

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Rudy Gestede will return to Bournemouth on Saturday hoping to kick-start Middlesbrough's Premier League revival by ending his 43-game wait for three points.

The Teessiders have managed only four league wins all season and as a result find themselves six points adrift of safety with as many games remaining.

Gestede, a £6m January arrival from Aston Villa, has made 11 league appearances for the club and is yet to finish on the winning side.

His last taste of top-flight victory came on the opening day of the 2015-16 season when he scored the only goal for Villa in a 1-0 win at Bournemouth, 43 fixtures ago.

De Gea should not care about speculation, says Mourinho

  De Gea should not care about speculation, says Mourinho The Spanish goalkeeper continues to be linked with Real Madrid but the goalkeeper should focus on his current club until the end of the seasonJose Mourinho has demanded that David de Gea put speculation over his future to one side and focus on Manchester United's season run-in.

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Boro's interim head coach Steve Agnew said: "We'd love Rudy to score - we'd love any one of the players to score the winning goal for us on Saturday.

"Rudy has been really good from day one, he's a top professional. He works ever so hard every day, he's always asking for extra work on whatever part of his game he needs to improve on.

"Rudy is fully focused, like the rest of the players."

Boro have not won in the league since they beat Swansea 3-0 on December 17, a run of 15 games which has yielded just six points.

Their worsening plight ultimately cost Aitor Karanka his job and while Agnew has been encouraged by an improvement in his team's performance levels since he took over, the trip to Bournemouth and Sunderland's visit to the Riverside next Wednesday evening are likely to be pivotal with Manchester City, Chelsea, Southampton and Liverpool waiting in the wings.

Agnew said: "They have all been big weeks over this period, so of course it is a big week and of course it's a massive game. But you have to enjoy it and that's the only way I know, that's what the players and staff know.

"They are all relishing the game on Saturday. You do need wins and that's what we have missed, and that's what we need from now on in.

"Yes, you need to be hard to beat and continue to be difficult to beat, but equally you need a goal to take the three points we need."

Sykes felt his Kawasaki was 'capable of winning' on Sunday .
Kawasaki Racing’s Tom Sykes felt he had a motorcycle capable of winning today’s second outing at Assen, but was denied a first World Superbike victory since Laguna Seca last year by just 0.025s. The Yorkshireman has been battling illness since the Aragon round, and despite having a month to recover has still been feeling severely under the weather. Sykes gritted his teeth in the first race to climb onto the second step of the podium. Feeling as if his race one pace was only ‘acceptable’, Sykes was determined to mount a proper challenge on Sunday and worked right up to the last minute fettling the set-up on his ZX-10RR. This perseverance paid off, as Sykes battled team-mate Jonathan Rea for much of the 21-lap contest. Still sat on the tail of the sister KRT ZX-10RR on the final lap, Sykes tried to maximise his run out of the final corner to snatch victory, but admits he misplaced his machine. “I just did not have the bike in the right place at the right time, and did not get the win for that reason,” the 2013 world champion explained. “I always kept trying and I am obviously disappointed not to take the win. But considering where I was even at the start of the race week, if anybody had offered me two second places from Assen I would have thought it was never going to happen.” Sykes’ biggest issue recently has been endurance during a race due to his condition, and this was an area he and crew chief Marcel Duinker worked on with his ZX-10RR after Saturday’s outing.

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