Joleon Lescott was introduced as Manchester City's latest signing on Wednesday and wasted no time having a go at his former boss, Everton manager David Moyes.
No, Lescott didn't do a Tevez and completely bash his former manager, but he did take issue with comments made by Moyes during the whole transfer process, including denying claims that he disrespected Everton and his former teammates during the process.
So who will replace Lescott at Everton? The Toffees look set to add Sylvain Distin from Portsmouth, a move made more likely now that Aston Villa, Everton's top competition for Distin, has agreed with Manchester City on a transfer bid for Richard Dunne.
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Mexico names squad for upcoming qualifiers
The Mexican national team has named its squad for a pair of crucial World Cup qualifiers in September and the list does not include Rafael Marquez or Carlos Vela.
Both European-based stars are out with injuries and are two of the three players left out after being called in for the victory vs. the United States. Alberto Medina was the other. Hector Moreno (AZ Alkmaar), Nestor Calderon and Pablo Barrera are the new additions to the squad.
Mexico faces Costa Rica at Estadio Saprissa in San Jose on Sept. 5 before playing host to Honduras at Estadio Azteca on Sept. 9.
Pachuca and Saprissa roll in CONCACAF Champions League
Mexican club Pachuca rattled off five goals in a 5-0 drubbing of Salvadorean club Isidro Metapan while Costa Rican power Deportivo Saprissa posted a 3-1 victory against the Puerto Rico Islanders in CONCACAF Champions League action on Tuesday night.
U.S. national team midfielder Jose Francisco Torres started and played 90 minutes in Pachuca's victory, which was the club's first in Champions League group play after an opening 4-1 loss to Arabe Unido in its opening match.
CONCACAF Champions League play resumes tonight, with D.C. United taking on Mexican club Toluca, the Houston Dynamo faces Arabe Unido and the Columbus Crew meets Cruz Azul. CD Marathon meets San Juan Jabloteh in the evening's other Champions League tilt.
What do you think of Lescott joining Manchester City (finally)? Is he the player City needed to break into the Top Four in the EPL? Think Moyes was fair in criticizing him? Hoping to see Mexico lose both qualifiers, or will you be praying for draws in all those matches? Glad to see Jose Francisco Torres back in action?
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