“Cristiano said that he was going to see his mother and he only hangs photos in the pool”

first_imgThe former Juve president said lastly that on his return it will be more difficult for him to get back into shape: “Criticizing now is easy, but seen from the outside, I don’t understand why some players wanted to leave Italy. When they return, it will be more difficult to get back in shape because they will have to be quarantined for 14 days.” His club gave him permission to travel, but the former president said Giovanni Cobolli Ggigi in Radio Punto NuovoThis was a mistake and has sparked criticism among fans in addition to causing disagreement within the squad: “Things at Juventus got complicated when Cristiano Ronaldo left. He said he was going to Portugal because of his mother, but now it seems that he only takes photos in the pool. When this exception was made, the situation fell apart and others wanted to leave. It shouldn’t have been like this. Everyone should have been quarantined. “ The footballer has posed in recent days in several photos, one of which was uploaded by his sister, Katia Aveiro, to social networks, without a shirt (there is another from days ago in which you can also see him without a shirt). Some images that fans have not liked.Cristiano Ronaldo, at his Madeira home. After the positive of Daniele Rugani, the Juventus was one of the first teams to be quarantined when the coronavirus began to spread over Italy. However, in those days, the mother of Cristiano Ronaldo He suffered a stroke, and as usual, the Portuguese soccer player asked to travel to Portugal to be there with her, fulfilling in Madeira with quarantine.Instagram ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>The photo that Katia Aveiro uploaded to social networks.Instagramlast_img read more

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Dibba out to replicate last seasons goal galore

first_imgBy Sulayman BahPa Amat Dibba wants a repeat of his last season form in front of goal this campaign after resumption of the Swedish premier league.The striker notched up eight goals in his club GIF’s return to the top division – a thing which helped retain their top flight status following months of relegation flirtation.His exploits, making him Sundsvall’s highest scorer the previous outing, was the talking points of pundits amid blizzards of interest in the Gambian from clubs in and outside of the Scandinavian country.Aware of worth of their prized asset, Sundsvall did enough to ward off Dibba’s suitors at least to retain him for this campaign when his current contract will finally run out. Negotiations, between the Gambian and the club, over renewal of a contract extended two years ago, haven’t commenced yet.However, while that could be a source of distraction, the scorpion, who led Gambia’s line against Mauritania on either leg, prefers to focus on doing what he does best –scoring and leading the line of attack.‘I want to score many goals. But it doesn’t matter if I or one of my team-mates scores,’ he said on the aftermath of a one-all stalemate with AIK Solna. Majority of his eight goals last year were netted in away matches and Pa thinks he’s run out of luck doze on scoring at home.‘We are a little calm away from home and my playing style fits a little better in those moments, but I think I had very bad luck at home. But it does not matter where I score, as long as we win, he continues.The tiny quick-paced front-man starred in both fixtures for the senior scorpions but believes Gambia lost the first match in Nouakchott due to the poor pitch and the scotching heat.‘The first match was not so good. It was quite hot and the pitch was poor. We did not get our game and we slacked at the last minutes. The home match was alright’ the 28-year-old explains.last_img read more

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