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Barcelona star Dani Alves says Alexis Sanchez has been a success at Arsenal because he is the teams protagonist. http://www.hockeycanadiensnhl.com/authentic-patrick-roy-canadiens-jersey/ . But it was Sanchezs virtuoso nature that meant he could not succeed at Barca, where Alves insists you need to completely understand the teams philosophy.The pair, who played together at the Nou Camp until Sanchez switched to the Gunners in 2014, will clash again in the Champions League quarter-final second leg in Catalonia on Wednesday, with Arsenal trailing 2-0 from the first leg at the Emirates. Speaking to the Daily Mail, Alves said: Alexis didnt fail at Barcelona but its hard to play here because you have to understand the playing idea.Hes a great player and I always knew that he would be a success when he left, especially if he went somewhere he would be the protagonist. Hes the kind of player who needs that.In the end, youre going to have the protagonism anyway but you have to understand that, at Barcelona, its not enough just to be a great player. You need to have a great understanding of the way Barcelona play and, if you do, then you will have a long career here. At 32 years old, Dani Alves says he still has ideas to one day play in England Those that come and go, and that doesnt mean theyre bad players. They go somewhere else and they enjoy it because theyre beasts. But at Barcelona its not enough just to be a beast of a player.Pep Guardiola will take over at Manchester City this summer but Brazil international right-back Alves joked that he does not think his former manager will give him a call.Alves, 32, says he still has the desire to play in the Premier League, but said: I dont know when.I would like to play there - to experience what I have seen so many times from the sofa at home. The people experience football in England; the way there is a corner and its cheered like its a goal. I have always said that it was something that I wanted to do. Also See: Mertesacker: Arsenal lack bite Beckham defends Wenger Gomes: Arsenal like a small team Isco unsuited to Arsenal http://www.hockeycanadiensnhl.com/authentic-carey-price-canadiens-jersey/ . Tristan Jackson returned a missed field goal 129 yards early in the fourth quarter as the Roughriders beat the B.C. http://www.hockeycanadiensnhl.com/authentic-charlie-lindgren-canadiens-jersey/ .Mila Kunis was a guest on Kimmel last night and revealed a surprising side of herself that comes out when she watches sports. It turns out screaming something vulgar at professional athletes is therapeutic for Kunis. http://www.hockeycanadiensnhl.com/authentic-bob-gainey-canadiens-jersey/ ." Those traits were clear to the 24,071 at Olympic Stadium on Saturday as the Impact dominated the scoring chances but settled for a 2-2 draw with the New York Red Bulls in a battle of still-winless Major League Soccer teams.Each week, The Reporters put their thumbs out to the good and the bad in the world of sports. This week, they discuss the NFL and marijuana, Canadian world champion boxer Bermane Stiverne, Steve Kerrs choice for head coach and FIFA backtracking on Qatar 2022. Dave Naylor, TSN Radio 1050: My thumb is up to the National Football League which - according to reports this week - is planning to soften its penalties for players who test positive for marijuana. Look, even if youre part of the minority which still believes pot should be illegal, its not hard to see the hypocrisy here. The NFL is a down-and-dirty league, where all kinds of nasty stuff happens and players are often welcomed back to the field despite risky and dangerous behavior. And yet, as of now, Clevelands Josh Gordon will miss this coming season because he did something that is legal in two states and which many believe is a safer way to manage the pain associated with pro football than popping pills. What would the NFL be like if the league stopped testing for weed altogether? Well, we have a pretty good idea because in Canada the CFL does not list marijuana as a banned substance. And frankly, no one cares. The NFL has followed the CFLs lead when it comes to the forward pass, two-point converts and a few other things … its time to follow its lead on pot as well. Steve Simmons, Sun Media: My thumb is up Bermane Stiverne, and if you dont know the name, youre not alone. A week ago, Stiverne, the Haitian-born Montreal-raised boxer, won the WBC heavyweight championship. Once upon a time, that was a title that began with Sonny Liston and moved through Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier and Larry Holmes and George Foreman and Mike Tyson and another Canadian of other countries, Lennox Lewis. It was the title of all titles not just in boxing, but in all of sport: heavyweight champion of the world. http://www.hockeycanadiensnhl.com/authentic-al-montoya-canadiens-jersey/. Somewhere in time that disappeared, just not the history; now its Stivernes time, after his sixth round stoppage of Chris Arreola in Los Angeles. He might be like Trevor Berbick, a one and done champion. But after all these years, we still remember Berbicks name. Michael Farber, Sports Illustrated: My thumb is up to Steve Kerr for a wise choice. Offered coaching positions with the Knicks and Warriors, the broadcaster took door no. 2, Golden State. The job might not be all rainbows and lollipops because Warrior players are angry former coach Mark Jackson was fired, but it is a better option than Madison Square Garden, the worlds most famous asylum. Kerr wont have to answer to bullying owner James Dolan or face inevitable second-guessing from Knicks president Phil Jackson, a fair coach himself. Golden state provides Kerr with a more talented roster and a better family situation, but mostly if offers a truly precious commodity - sanity. Dave Hodge, TSN: My thumb is down to soccers world governing body, FIFA for managing to sound dumber than its president, Sepp Blatter. Blatter has finally admitted that the selection of Qatar as the site of the 2022 World Cup was a mistake, which, until now, has been obvious to all but FIFA, because if the summertime heat makes it dangerous to watch a soccer match, its probably not a good idea to play in one. But, said Blatter, people do make mistakes. 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