In this episode, Arsenal and Alexis Sanchez put contract talks on hold, Jose Mourinho is moving Man United in right direction and it's revealed Diego Costa wanted out of Chelsea.
Rocket League's next update introduces a mode that bends the game away from its soccer-with-RC-cars theme, using a new arena, a breakable surface and a different ball. Called "Dropshot," Rocket Leaguers will be tasked with destroying breakable panels on the surface of the opposing team's field, and scoring goals through those gaps instead of driving them into more traditional goal boxes. In Dropshot, two hits on an opposing panel knocks it out, while an electrified ball does an increasing amount of damage (to more tiles on the surface) the longer it is kept in the air.
Benjamin Palandella dribbles around a bigger boy who comes charging at him and shoots to the goal with shocking force for a 7-year-old player. Nearby, children jump to head a ball tethered on a rope, tiptoe over hoops and dribble around orange cones. The kids training in this concrete court in a Buenos Aires, Argentina, play for Club Social Parque. It’s the same soccer talent factory where such international stars as Diego Maradona, Carlos Tevez and Juan Roman Riquelme polished their skills as children. Spain’s “La Masia” youth academy may be the famed bedrock of Barcelona’s success and where Lionel Messi started training at 13 when he emigrated from Argentina. But Club Social Parque, a humble