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SANTA CLARA, Calif. Cheap Jazz Jerseys Authentic . -- The defense held an opponents top back under 100 yards rushing for the first time since the opener, Colin Kaepernick and the offense delivered a few big plays and the San Francisco 49ers were competitive until the end.Despite clear signs of progress Sunday, that all added up to an eighth straight loss for the Niners when they lost 23-20 to the Arizona Cardinals on a last-second field goal.I dont think anybody is patting themselves on the back for being close with Arizona, coach Chip Kelly said Monday. Thats not what this deal is all about. Its about winning. At the end of the day we didnt make enough plays. We probably made one less play than they did and they ended up winning the game on the last play of the game. Thats what its all about.But after losing by an average of more than 17 points the previous seven games with the closest defeat being a seven-point loss to Dallas last month, having a chance to win late was a major step forward for the 49ers (1-8).The biggest difference for San Francisco came on the defensive end where David Johnson was held to 55 yards on 19 carries and Arizona finished with just 80 yards for the game on the ground.The Niners had allowed a 100-yard rusher for seven straight games -- the longest streak in NFL history, according to the Elias Sports Bureau -- and was on pace to give up the most yards rushing in a season in 36 years.Johnson had run for 157 yards and two touchdowns in a 33-21 win for the Cardinals last month in Santa Clara but struggled to get going at all against that defense in the rematch.First and foremost, I think we tackled better, Kelly said. That was the least amount of missed tackles that we had on the season in that game.The offense has also shown signs of improvement the more Kaepernick plays. After failing to complete even half his passes in his first two starts in place of Blaine Gabbert, Kaepernick has been much more effective since the bye.He threw for 398 yards and two TDs on Nov. 6 against New Orleans and then went 17 for 30 for 210 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions against the Cardinals. He also ran for 55 yards, including the game-tying touchdown with 1:55 to play.I think our guys have an understanding and a feeling of how were moving forward offensively and starting to kind of understand how things work off of things, Kelly said. Theyre being able to answer some of the questions that are being presented to them. They kind of get a feel for where we are. So, were still a ways away, 20 points a game isnt enough in this league. We still need to score more than that and we need to capitalize.The Niners failed to take full advantage of the four turnovers the defense generated. Twice they started drives in Cardinals territory following turnovers only to punt.The most costly came late in the third quarter when San Francisco got to the Arizona 28 following an interception by Eric Reid. But a dropped pass by Chris Harper and two holding penalties took the Niners out of field position and they punted.The task doesnt get any easier for the Niners this week with Tom Brady and the New England Patriots set to visit fresh off a home loss to Seattle. San Francisco needs a win to avoid tying the longest losing streak in franchise history: a nine-gamer in 1978 that led to the hiring of Bill Walsh as coach the following season.You get a chance to play against Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, Kelly said. If that doesnt get your blood boiling, then youre in the wrong sport.---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFL Cheap Jazz Jerseys China .500 on the season. The Jets are now 0-5-1 in the second game of back-to-backs. The game started the same way the Vancouver game started the night before, with the Jets taking the first two penalties of the game and killing off the first, but the Oilers getting on the board first, scoring on the second man-advantage. Wholesale Jazz Jerseys .  Breaking three of his own world records on his way to winning in Paris, Chan silenced the critics and left the audiences standing in appreciation and awe. http://www.cheapjazzjerseys.com/ . -- Anaheim Ducks captain and leading scorer Ryan Getzlaf has been scratched from Sunday nights game against the Vancouver Canucks because of an upper-body injury.Premier League managers work with some of the top players in world football - but were they any good in their day? From European Cup and league title winners to one manager who only played at university, theres a diverse range of experience among the top-flight bosses. Weve taken a look at the playing achievements and ability of the current Premier League managers and ranked them. Read on to see who ranks where... 1) Ronald Koeman - EvertonA glittering career at both club and international level, Koeman began his career with success in the Eredivisie at Ajax and PSV between 1983-89, winning the European Cup in 1988 with the latter, before going on to achive similar success with Barcelona, winning Europes premier prize again in 1992. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for just £6.99. No contract. Hes also the only current Premier League manager to have won a major international honour, having been part of the Netherlands side that won the European Championship in 1988. Koeman twice won the European Cup and helped Netherlands to European Championship glory Honours:Eredivisie (4): 1984/85, 1986/87, 1987/88, 1988/89KNVB Cup (3): 1985/86, 1987/88, 1988/89La Liga (4): 1990/91, 1991/92, 1992/93, 1993/94Copa del Rey (1): 1989/90Supercopa de Espana (3): 1991, 1992, 1994European Cup (2): 1987/88, 1991/92UEFA Super Cup (1): 1992International career:78 caps (14 goals) for NetherlandsEuropean Championship (1): 19882) Pep Guardiola - Manchester CityBefore becoming the most sought-after manager in Europe, Guardiola forged a hugely successful and trophy-laden playing career with Barcelona from 1990-01.The Spaniard won leagues and cups galore, including a European Cup triumph in 1992, before going on to feature for Brescia, Roma and Al-Ahli in the closing stages of his career. At international level he featured at the 1994 World Cup and Euro 2000, and won Olympic Gold in 1992. Guardiola was a key player for Barcelona, winning six La Liga titles and one European Cup Honours: La Liga (6): 1990/91, 1991/92, 1992/93, 1993/94, 1997/98, 1998/99Copa del Rey (2): 1996/97, 1997/98Supercopa de Espana (4): 1991, 1992, 1994, 1996Segunda Division B (1): (1990/91)European Cup (1): 1992UEFA Cup Winners Cup (1): 1996/97UEFA Super Cup (2): 1992, 1997International career:47 caps (5 goals)Olympic Gold Medal (1): 19923) Mark Hughes - Stoke Hughes had a glittering career in England with Manchester United and Chelsea, winning a host of domestic and European honours, and also played on the continent for Barcelona and Bayern Munich.At international level, the Stoke boss is in the top 10 for caps and goals for Wales, but never got a chance to play in a major tournament. Wales ace Mark Hughes twice won the Premier League and lifted the FA Cup four times Honours:Premier League (2): 1992/93, 1993/94FA Cup (4): 1984/85, 1989/90, 1993/94, 1996/97League Cup (3): 1991/92, 1997/98, 2001/02Charity Shield (3): 1990 (shared), 1993, 1994UEFA Cup Winners Cup (1):  1990/91UEFA Super Cup (1): 1991International career: 72 caps (16 goals) for Wales4) Antonio Conte - ChelseaA legend at Juventus, Conte made more than 400 appearances as a central midfielder for the club after switching from Lecce in 1991. The Chelsea manager played for 13 years in Turin, winning pretty much every major trophy in the game.At international level he made 20 appearances for Italy, but could only finish as a runner up twice in the 1994 World Cup and Euro 2000. Antonio Conte won five league titles and the Champions League with Juventus Honours:Serie A (5): 1994/95, 1996/97, 1997/98, 2001/02, 2002/03Coppa Italia (1): 1994/95Suppercoppa Italiana (4): 1995, 1997, 2002, 2003Champions League (1): 1995/96UEFA Cup (1): 1992/93UEFA Super Cup (1): 1996Intertoto Cup (1): 1999Intercontinental Cup (1): 1996International career:20 caps (2 goals) for Italy5) Aitor Karanka - MiddlesbroughKaranka spent most of his career in Spain, featuring for Athletic Bilbao and their B Team before moving on to Real Madrid in 1997. He spent five years largely as a back-up player at the Bernabeu, but managed to pick up a haul of major trophies while there - including three Champions League winners medals.At international level he won a single cap for Spain in a European Championship qualifier against Armenia in 1995. Three-time Champions League winner Aitor Karanka playing against Leeds in 2001 Honours: La Liga (1): 2000/01Supercopa de Espana (2): 1997, 2001Champions League (3): 1997/98, 1999/00, 2001/02Intercontinental Cup (1): 1998International career:1 cap (0 goals) for Spain Mboro vs Chelsea November 20, 2016, 3:30pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass 6) Mauricio Pochettino - TottenhamPochettino started his career in Argentina with Newells Old Boys. He moved to Spain with Espanyol before enjoying spells in France with Paris Saint-Germain and Bordeaux before ending his career back in Spain at Espanyol.At international level he played for Argentina at the 2002 World Cup, featuring in all three games as they exited at the group stage. Pochettino gave away a penalty when Argentina played England at the 2002 World Cup Honours: Argentine Primera Division (1): 1990/91Clausura (1): 1992Copa del Rey (2): 1999/00, 2005/06International career:20 caps (2 goals) for Argentina7) Claude Puel - SouthamptonPuels playing career started at Castres FC. He was then spotted by AS Monaco, joining the club in 1977. He spent his entire career at Monaco, playing 601 times for the club.Honours: Ligue 1 (2): 1981/82, 1987/88Coupe de France (3): 1980, 1985, 1991Trophee des champions (1): 1985Coppa delle Alpi (3): 1979, 1983, 19848) Slaven Bilic - West HamBilic spent time in England with West Ham and Everton but most of his playing career was with Hajduk Split, where he won several trophies. He was capped 44 times by Croatia and was part of the team that finished third at the 1998 World Cup in France. Former West Ham player Slaven Bilic helped Croatia finish third at the 1998 World Cup Honours:Yugoslav Cup (1): 1990/91Croatian First League (1): 1992Croatian Cup (2): 1992/93, 1999/00International career: 44 caps (3 goals) for Croatia9) Mike Phelan - Hull CityA regular in the lower leagues with Burnley and Norwich, Phelan helpped the latter to promotion before switching to Manchester United in 1989. Cheap NBA Jerseys. He then spent five years at Old Trafford where he won domestic and European honours, and also won a sole England cap in 1989. Mike Phelan won domestic and European honours with Manchester United Honours:Premier League (1): 1992/93FA Cup (1): 1989/90League Cup (1): 1991/92Charity Shield (1): 1990 (shared)Football League Division Two (1): 1985/86Football League Division Three (1): 1981/82)European Cup Winners Cup (1): 1990/91International career:1 cap (0 goals)10) Alan Pardew - Crystal PalaceHaving started out in non-league football, Pardew joined Crystal Palace in 1987 and helped them win promotion to the First Division two years later. His career highlight came in 1990 when he scored the winner as Palace beat Liverpool 4-3 in extra-time in the FA Cup semi-final. After leaving Palace he had spells with Charlton and Barnet and also a short stint on loan with Tottenham. Alan Pardew famously scored Crystal Palaces winner in their FA Cup semi-final clash with Liverpool Honours:Full Members Cup (1): 199111) Claudio Ranieri - LeicesterAlthough he first signed with Roma, Ranieri only made six appearances with the capital club and spent most of his playing career with Catanzaro, Catania and Palermo. During his playing career he enjoyed promotion on four occasions.Honours: None12) David Moyes - SunderlandBefore joining Celtic in 1980, Moyes youth career started out with Icelandic club IBV Vestmannaeyjar. He would go on to spend three seasons with Celtic before spells with Cambridge United, Bristol City, Shrewsbury Town, Dunfermline, Hamilton Academical and Preston North End. David Moyes won the Scottish title in 1982 with Celtic Honours:Scottish League Premier Division (1): 1981/82Associate Members Cup (1): 1985/86Football League Division Three (1): 1995/9613) Walter Mazzarri - WatfordMazzarri was a product of Fiorentinas youth system. He made his professional debut in 1981 for Pescara in Serie B, and he had a short stint in Serie A at Cagliari. He spent five years at Empoli, who won promotion to Serie A for the first time during his time at the club.Honours: None14) Sean Dyche - BurnleyDyche played for Nottingham Forest, Chesterfield, Bristol City, Luton Town, Millwall, Watford and Northampton Town during an 18-year professional career. He reached an FA Cup semi-final with Chesterfield and won the Second Division title with Millwall. Former Nottingham Forest and Watford defender Sean Dyche won Division Two with Millwall in 2001 Honours: Football League Division Two (1): 2000/0115) Arsene Wenger - ArsenalWenger was in the RC Strasbourg squad that won Ligue 1 in 1978/79. He made 11 appearances for Strasbourg during a three-year spell at the club. Wenger also represented Mutzig, FC Mulhouse and ASPV Strasbourg in the lower leagues in France. Man Utd vs Arsenal November 19, 2016, 11:30am Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Honours: Ligue 1 (1): 1978/7916) Jurgen Klopp - LiverpoolKlopp spent most of his professional career at Mainz 05. He was at the club from 1990 to 2001. He started out as a striker but eventually moved back into defence. He scored 52 league goals for Mainz. Jurgen Klopp spent 11 years playing for Mainz Honours: None17) Eddie Howe - BournemouthHowes playing career was cut short by injury and he retired from football in 2007 at the age of 29. He made more than 200 appearances playing for Bournemouth and also had a short spell with Portsmouth and made two appearances for England U21s. Former England U21 international, Eddie Howe was forced to retire at 29 due to injury Honours: None18) Tony Pulis - West BromThe West Brom boss had a modest playing career that included a stint in Hong Kong with Happy Valley. He also played for Bristol Rovers, Newport County and Bournemouth, where he won the Third Division in 1986-87. W Brom vs Burnley November 21, 2016, 7:00pm Live on Get Sky Sports Get a Sky Sports pass Honours:Football League Division Three (1): 1986/8719) Jose Mourinho - Manchester UnitedJose Mourinhos father, Felix, was a professional footballer, playing for Os Belenenses and Vitoria de Setubal and earning one cap for Portugal. Mourinho was keen to follow in fathers footsteps and joined the Belenenses youth team. At senior level he played at Rio Ave, Belenenses, and Sesimbra. His playing career failed to take off though and he decided to focus on becoming a football coach. Watch Jose Mourinho show off his shooting ability ahead of Manchester Uniteds Europa League match against Fenerbahce Honours: None20) Bob Bradley - SwanseaBradleys only playing experience was at Princeton University where he featured for the Princeton Tigers. 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