Paul Merson urges Bournemouth ace Callum Wilson to join Chelsea over Tottenham

first_img Sarri post-Eintracht draw: ‘We deserve a trophy’To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Play VideoLoaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 10:52FullscreenSarri post-Eintracht draw: ‘We deserve a trophy’https://metro.co.uk/video/sarri-post-eintracht-draw-deserve-trophy-1917690/This is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.‘In a year’s time, if people are playing in their team and scoring goals, he’s going to be behind.‘I’d be seriously looking at Chelsea Tottenham, for him, because he will play there. He would be their centre-forward.’The Gunners legend added: ‘He’s not going to play for Tottenham. He’d fizzle his career out just sitting around [if he joined Tottenham].‘He’s worked hard to get here to play in the Premier League, now surely you want to play in the Premier League.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira moves Comment Metro Sport ReporterSaturday 4 May 2019 10:25 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link159Shares Callum Wilson has been urged to join Chelsea over Tottenham (Picture: Getty)Paul Merson believes striker Callum Wilson should join Chelsea over Tottenham if he leaves Bournemouth this summer.Wilson has enjoyed a fine season for the Cherries, scoring 15 goals and making nine assists to help the club challenge for a top-half finish in the Premier League.His form led to an England call-up earlier in the season and a number of clubs – including Tottenham and Chelsea – are said to be interested in securing his signature this summer.Arsenal hero Merson has urged Wilson to sign for Chelsea as he believes the striker can establish himself as a first-team regular at Stamford Bridge.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityHe told Sky Sports: ‘This lad [Wilson] will have to have a serious think in the summer.‘He’s an England centre-forward now, he’s in the England squad, he’s playing every week in the Premier League.‘If he goes to Tottenham, he’s not playing. Full stop. He’ll only play every now and then when Harry Kane’s not fit, and that means then he’s never playing for England again.‘Now England are going places, we’ve got a chance of winning the European Championships next year, you want to be involved. Advertisement Paul Merson urges Bournemouth ace Callum Wilson to join Chelsea over Tottenham Advertisementlast_img read more

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Army vs. Navy final score: Midshipmen dominate for first win in four years

first_img3:15 p.m.: Army fields the kickoff and takes it out to the 24 before getting walloped. Here we go.3:11 p.m.: Navy has won the test and elected to defer. The Black Knights will receive.3:10 p.m.: Indeed.There’s nothing like the Army-Navy Game. pic.twitter.com/I3khNCRcd1— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 2019 MORE: Watch select college football games live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Perry rushed for 304 yards on 29 carries for two touchdowns. He was simply unstoppable, running Navy’s triple-option to perfection while weaving in and out of Army defenders all day.Army, to its credit, started the game off on the right foot. It jumped out to a 7-0 lead on its second offensive drive of the day, taking 18 plays and 10:41 of game time to travel 78 yards for the score. After that, however, it was all Navy, which scored 31 unanswered points.Check out Sporting News’ live scoring updates and highlights from the 2019 Army-Navy Game:Army vs. Navy score Q1Q2Q3Q4FArmy70007Navy01471031Army vs. Navy scoring playsFirst quarter:(0:27) — Army quarterback Christian Anderson 5-yard touchdown run (7-0 Army)Second quarter:(13:34) — Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry 55-yard touchdown run (7-7)(0:06) — Navy receiver Chance Warren 1-yard touchdown pass to fullback Jamale Carothers (14-7 Navy)Third quarter:(4:53) — Navy fullback Jamale Carothers 5-yard touchdown run (21-7 Navy)Fourth quarter:(12:48) — Navy kicker Bijan Nichols 37-yard field goal (24-7 Navy)(1:42) — Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry 15-yard touchdown run (31-7 Navy)Army vs. Navy live updates, highlightsFinal: Navy 31, Army 76:25 p.m.: It’s important to remember everyone is on the same team once they leave this stadium. But that doesnt change the fact that, this year, Navy sings second.Navy sings second. pic.twitter.com/lTVR7xyMBe— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 20196:17 p.m.: Final stats: For the first time in four years, Navy beat Army in the Army-Navy Game.The Midshipmen did that in emphatic fashion in the 120th rendition of this game, dominating the Black Knights 31-7. Quarterback Malcolm Perry was the focal point of that dominance, putting together a record-breaking performance. 6:12 p.m.: Turnover, Army. One final point of emphasis: Navy’s Tyler Pistorio picks off Hopkins’ pass, and Navy will be able to kneel on it to end this game. A completely dominant performance.6:08 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, NAVY. Perry takes it all the way up the left for a 15-yard touchdown. That gives him 304 for the game. A tremendous day for him that makes it 31-7 Navy.OVER 300 RUSHING YARDS.The 120th Army-Navy Game will be remembered for Malcolm Perry’s brilliance. pic.twitter.com/rXO0Fei76d— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 20196:06 p.m.: Perry gets 15 yards on the quarterback lead, giving him 289 for the game. That’s a single-game record in this game.The most rushing yards in a single Army-Navy Game?That record now belongs to Malcolm Perry. pic.twitter.com/aiAvvZtMc6— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 20196:05 p.m.: Nelson Smith gets 3 yards on the carry to get the first down. Navy can end it with this drive.6:01 p.m.: Navy takes a timeout facing third-and-1 and just over 3 minutes remaining. Just a matter of time.5:59 p.m.: Turnover, Army. Five plays into the drive, Army fumbles. Connor Slomka is stripped by Navy’s J’arius Warren, and the Midshipmen will take over with just 5 minutes remaining in the game.5:58 p.m.: And now senior Kelvin Jopkins Jr. is back on the field, stirring the Army side of the crowd to some cheers despite the deficit5:56 p.m.: Army’s Akyah Miranda muffs the punt but jumps on it at the Black Knights’ 22-yard line with just over 6 minutes remaining. Now’s the time to score.5:52 p.m.: And now Navy will try to run the clock out. The Midshipmen are letting the play clock run low, but Army should get another crack at it after a third-down stop. Carothers is down after a big hit.5:47 p.m.: Turnover on downs, Army. That should do it — the Black Knights’ fourth-down attempt is stuffed for a loss, giving Navy the ball near midfield.5:46 p.m.: Anderson completes his second pass of the day for 9 yards to make it third-and-1 at the 39.5:45 p.m.: Anderson ges another first down out to Navy’s 46. The time is ticking under 10 minutes now.5:44 p.m.: Anderson takes the option left and gets 3 yards past the 40 on fourth-and-1.5:42 p.m.: And now Army takes over at its 30. The Black Knights need to mount a scoring drive here, and quick.5:39 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, NAVY. Nichols’ 37-yard field goal sneaks inside the right goal post to make it 24-7 Navy.5:38 p.m.: Navy facing fourth down inside the Army 20, but it looks like they’ll trot out the kicking team.Third quarter: Navy 21, Army 75:31 p.m.: Perry takes two of the next three rushes for gains of 7 and 5 yards to get another first down to the Army 26. He now has 255 yards on 22 carries.5:30 p.m.: Perry fakes the handoff, uses Carothers as his lead block and takes it up the gut for a gain of 22 yards out to Army’s 39-yard line.5:30 p.m.: Perry runs right but rushes out of bounds for a loss of a yard.5:26 p.m.: Navy will take over around its 40-yard line.5:25 p.m.: Anderson bobbles the snap and barely gets it to Brandon Walters, who is hit for a 6-yard loss. An incomplete pass on the following play brings on the punt team.5:23 p.m.: Army has it at the 25. They have a bit of a climb to get back into it.5:19 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, NAVY. Carothers takes it up the gut for 5 yards and a score. It’s 21-7 Navy.Navy showing off some more power. pic.twitter.com/e3H7c5CdSE— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 20195:18 p.m.: Malcolm Perry is, just, the best player on the field. He rolls left to pass and is defended perfectly but just weaves his way in and out for an 18-yard first down. He now has 200-plus yards on 19 carries, the last of which gave the Midshipmen a new set of downs at the 6-yard line.5:13 p.m.: Carothers takes it 14 yards to the Army 25. They’re starting to take control.5:08 p.m.: Anderson is sacked on the ensuing play by linebacker Cole Christiansen to make it fourth-and-23. Navy gets the ball back with a short field.5:07 p.m.: Army now has it second-and-21 from its 9-yard line after a holding call. Going the wrong way.5:05 p.m.: A false start makes it first-and-15 for Army from its 15.5:02 p.m.: And it’s blocked! Navy gets all the way down to the 12-yard line but Bijan Nichols’ field goal is blocked by Elijah Riley! Army will take over at the 20-yard line.BLOCKED!No easy points against Army. pic.twitter.com/fmWpUsLe5Z— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 20195:01 p.m.: Army defense holds and will force a 29-yard field goal.5 p.m.: And now Perry takes the option out to the left. He takes it 32 yards, all the way to the Army 18-yard line.4:58 p.m.: Perry fakes the handoff, follows Carothers as his blocker then takes it 11 yards.4:57 p.m.: Carothers rushes for 9 yards up the gut for a first down out to the 39-yard line.4:56 p.m.: Army defensive lineman Rod Stoddard is called for encroachment, the first penalty of the game.4:56 p.m.: Navy takes over at its 25.Halftime: Navy 14, Army 74:37 p.m.: First-half stats: 4:31 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, NAVY. And now the Midshipmen break out the “Philly Special.” Perry goes left, flips the reverse to receiver Chance Warren, who throws an absolute duck to Carothers for the touchdown with just 6 seconds remaining. What a gutsy call to make it 14-7 Navy.THE NAVY SPECIAL IN PHILLY! pic.twitter.com/t63s7hpy6V— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 20194:30 p.m.: And now Army coach Jeff Monken calls timeout. Will they review the spot?4:28 p.m.: Perry scrambles right and gets the first down out of bounds. Navy is called out at the 1-yard line with 13 seconds remaining, no timeouts.4:23 p.m.: Another big play by Perry! He drops back to pass, doesn’t see anything he likes and scrambles 44 yards by following his blocks — and getting another fantastic juke. Navy has it at Army’s 17.This Malcolm Perry juke is a thing of beauty. pic.twitter.com/otsEnnFbuv— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 20194:22 p.m.: Perry gets the first down off the zone read. Midshipmen have the ball at their own 39 with 1:30 remaining to get in scoring distance.4:19 p.m.: Navy takes a timeout with 1:49 remaining.4:17 p.m.: Carothers runs for gains of 6 and 7 yards for a first down out to the Navy 24. The clock is ticking down under three minutes.4:13 p.m.: Jacob Springer, listed as a striker, smacks Anderson in the backfield for a 2-yard loss. Navy will get the ball back at its 9 with 4:42 remaining in the half.4:12 p.m.: Army takes over at its 49. Two plays later they face third-and-6 from the Navy 47.4:07 p.m: Perry keeps it all the way, but that’s only for 1 yard. Midshipmen face fourth-and-1 and elect to punt at their 23.4:02 p.m.: Perry runs right, reverses field and runs up the gut for what is called a first down on the field.3:57 p.m.: The ensuing Army punt is downed at the 3-yard line.3:57 p.m.: Army tries to stretch the defense left, but some great pursuit by Elijah Boyd and Fabrice Voyne keeps the Black Knights well short of the first down.3:54 p.m.: Army takes over at its 25. Anderson rolls right to throw and scrambles for 7 yards.3:49 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, NAVY. It only takes Navy four plays to traverse 75 yards, and they all came from Perry. After getting sacked for a loss of a yard, he runs for gains of 15, 5 and 55 yards, the last for a touchdown. That was some excellent vision and juking ability to make it 7-7.The Black Knights thought they had Malcolm Perry…but he had other ideas.WHAT A MOVE. TOUCHDOWN NAVY. pic.twitter.com/PlpjbpfV3G— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 20193:48 p.m.: Perry fakes the handoff and takes it up the gut 15 yards for Navy’s first first down of the game.First quarter: Army 7, Navy 03:42 p.m.: Navy takes over at its 25 with time enough probably for one more play this quarter.3:38 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, ARMY. Anderson fakes the handoff, runs counter right right and allows his blocks to manifest for a 5-yard touchdown run. That caps an 18-play, 78-yard drive that took 10:41 off the clock. It’s 7-0 Army.ARMYSTRIKESFIRST pic.twitter.com/6DP8y066XJ— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 20193:35 p.m.: Sandon McCoy gets the first down on the dive to the 10-yard line. First-and-goal upcoming.3:34 p.m.: Anderson rolls left, fakes the pitch and stumbles to a first down. Looks like Army (four first downs this drive) will have a new set of downs at the 22-yard line.3:30 p.m.: The call is confirmed on the field. The Black Knights get another set of downs. Two plays later, Anderson hits Camden Harrison for a big gain on second-and-12 to make it a manageable third-and-2.3:27 p.m.: It’s called first down, but the booth will review.3:26 p.m.: Army going for it on fourth-and-1 … and it’s going to be close. Either turnover on downs or a fresh set of downs at the Navy 45.3:24 p.m.: And we have the first big play of the game! Anderson keeps it left and takes it 21 yards out to the Army 45-yard line.3:20 p.m.: And linebacker Arik Smith hammers Jamale Carothers short of the line to gain. Another three-and-out.Now THIS is a tackle. pic.twitter.com/ccme5Lpg3W— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 14, 20193:18 p.m.: Perry rolls left to throw, but he brings the ball down and rushes for 2 yards. Already doing better than Army.3:16 p.m.: Three plays, negative-5 yards. Anderson is sacked on third-and-11. The Midshipmen will take over at their 32. 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