Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : August 18th 2016 Contents a penalty kick for his side with Guardiola
praising his "amazing" efforts.
Sterling s performances have been in stark
contrast to his disappointing displays for
England in this year s European Champi-
onship in France, where he was criticized
for poor finishing and inconsistency.
But Sterling, who moved from Liverpool
in 2015 for £49 million (US$64 million), is
flourishing under Guardiola, whose style of
management appears to suit the player.
But the timing of Guardiola s arrival may
be coincidental with the 21-year-old Sterling
naturally improving anyway. Former Arsenal
and France striker Thierry Henry defended
the winger during Euro 2016, saying he has
"a great future but he is not the finished
article --- people are treating him like he is
the finished article."
City fans will be hoping that Guardiola
can provide that finishing touch. (AP)
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, August 18, 2016
Raheem Sterling has got his season off to an
impressive start at Manchester City --- and new
manager Pep Guardiola may be the reason why.
Guardiola called the midfielder a "fantastic player"
after Man City s 5-0 thrashing of Steaua Bucharest
in the Champions League playoff first-leg match on
Tuesday, when Sterling set up two goals and looked
dangerous both on and off the ball.
"He s fast, has a good work ethic, can play right
or left, go out to the line or go in the middle," Guardiola
That display came just three days after Sterling
also impressed in City s 2-1 home win against Sun-
derland in the English Premier League. Sterling won
Manchester City's Raheem Sterling, right, fights for
the ball against Sunderland's Donald Love during
their English Premier League match at the Etihad
Stadium, Manchester, England, Saturday. AP PHOTO
bans in South
ZURICH---FIFA ethics prosecutors want a six-
year ban for a former South Africa Football
Association president in a long-running case
of fixed friendlies played ahead of the 2010
World Cup by the host nation.
FIFA s ethics committee said yesterday that
investigators also asked for life bans to be imposed
on a Zimbabwean official and a coach from Togo
for bribery and corruption.
In previous verdicts, four SAFA officials were
banned for up to six years for links to fixed 2010
World Cup warm-ups where referees were
appointed by Singaporean match-fixer Wilson
FIFA prosecutors have now recommended sanc-
tions against three more men in final investigation
reports sent to ethics judges.
They are: former SAFA president Kirsten
Nematandani; Jonathan Musavengana of Zim-
babwe; and Bana Tchanile of Togo.
No timetable was suggested yestersday for their
Nematandani faces charges which include failure
to report suspected corruption, and lack of coop-
eration with an investigation. FIFA prosecutors
also recommended that he is fined 10,000 Swiss
Tchanile was previously banned in Togo for
taking a fake national team to play a friendly in
Bahrain in September 2010.
That 3-0 win for Bahrain was refereed by
Ibrahim Chaibou of Niger, who also handled South
Africa s 5-0 win over Guatemala in Polokwane
in May 2010, less than two weeks before the
World Cup opened.
South Africa s goals included two penalties
awarded by Chaibou. (AP)
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