Luk

bold.snak

Bold | Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

1 2 3 ... 1064 1065 1066 ... 3606 3607 3608 Vis alle sider  

Forfatter Indlæg
Deportivo FAS
bruger
25. juni 2013 21:56
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Falcao at Monaco for long haul

Radamel Falcao has rejected speculation that his stay at Ligue 1 side Monaco will be a fleeting one.

The Colombian stunned observers by opting to sign for the big-spending principality club, joining Claudio Ranieri´s side over the likes of Manchester City and Chelsea.

Critics have suggested that Falcao will treat the Stade Louis II outfit as a stepping stone to bigger and better things.

However, the 27-year-old played down talk of a short stay in a Monaco and insisted that he plans to remain with the club for the long term.

"I don´t think like this," he told El Heraldo.

"Monaco enticed me because they have a long-term project, because their board are serious and because I love challenges."

Falcao also revealed his hope that former team-mate and compatriot Fredy Guarin will join him at Monaco.

"I hope Guarin comes, it would make me very happy," he added.

"We are friends and at Porto, along with James (Rodriguez), we won many things.

"If the three of us play for the same club, that will be good for the national team."
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


Indigente Cheto - "Uruguay Rusia Egipto Arabia Saudita. Tenemos mas chances de un atentado que de quedar eliminados"
Deportivo FAS
bruger
25. juni 2013 22:12
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Shakhtar lodge €22m bid for Tottenham target Bernard - report

Shakhtar Donetsk have entered the race for Atlético Mineiro attacking midfielder Bernard according to reports in Brazil.

UOL claims that a €22 million bid has been lodged by the Ukrainian club for the services of the midfielder.

Bernard has been a target for Andre Villas-Boas and Tottenham this summer along with fellow Brazilians Paulinho and Leandro Damião.

The bid is believed to be the highest received by Atlético so far and UOL claims the club are considering it carefully.

It has been reported before that Atlético demanded a total of €25m for the player but a compromise could be reached.

Shakhtar are looking for replacements for Fernandinho and Willian who both departed the club in the last six months and could also lose Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

Already they have snapped up Wellington Nem from Fluminense and Grêmio´s Fernando while they are close to signing Internacional´s Fred.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


Indigente Cheto - "Uruguay Rusia Egipto Arabia Saudita. Tenemos mas chances de un atentado que de quedar eliminados"
Deportivo FAS
bruger
25. juni 2013 22:13
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Botafogo to sign Vitória defender Dankler in free transfer

Botafogo will add to their depth at centre back by signing young Vitória defender Dankler on free transfer.

Dankler’s contract with the Salvador based club comes to an end next month, and as no deal has been agreed between the player and his current employers, Botafogo were free to discuss terms.

At the age of 21 Dankler is a signing with the future in mind, and the prospect of their new signing partnering Doria in central defence for years to come will be encouraging for Botafogo fans. They’ll be hoping Doria stays at the club despite interest in his signature from elsewhere.

There is stiff competition for the centre back places at Botafogo, with the likes of Bolívar, Dória, Antônio Carlos, André Bahia, Rodrigo Defendi, and Matheus already vying for this position in the side.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


Indigente Cheto - "Uruguay Rusia Egipto Arabia Saudita. Tenemos mas chances de un atentado que de quedar eliminados"
Deportivo FAS
bruger
25. juni 2013 22:14
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

AC Milan join race to sign Brazil U20 star Doria

Doria has attracted interest from several clubs in Europe during the last year, and you can now add Milan to that list after their Brazilian scout Serginho was sent to look at the defender.

Doria has been in Europe with the Brazil U20 side who were recently crowned champions of the Toulon Tournament in France, before travelling to Switzerland for another triumph the Valais Youth Cup.

Former Milan player Serginho commented:

“There is nothing official. I’ve seen Doria play and he really caught my attention. He is a top player and deserved the contact. It´s a start, of course, but it does not mean he will play for Milan next season.”

Doria has a high profile in Italy, which has also led to interest from other Italian clubs in the past, including Juventus.

Some Italian newspapers have called Doria ´the new Thiago Silva´, and with an ageing defence the Rossoneri will be looking to add some younger faces to the squad.

Botafogo recently announced the signing of young defender Dankler from Vitória, which could mean they are preparing for life without Doria.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


Indigente Cheto - "Uruguay Rusia Egipto Arabia Saudita. Tenemos mas chances de un atentado que de quedar eliminados"
Deportivo FAS
bruger
25. juni 2013 22:15
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Brazil-Uruguay: Scolari dismisses pre-match talk of 1950 and the Maracanazo

Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari has dismissed talk of a repeat of the 1950 World Cup defeat to Uruguay, and joked that people were speaking of a time when he “wasn’t even born.”

Scolari made the jibe, despite being born in 1948, to try and detract some attention from the memories of events which happened over sixty years ago, when Brazil only needed to draw against Uruguay to lift the World Cup in the Maracanã but were defeated.

Uruguay have also been responsible for knocking out the hosts in the last three competitions they’ve played in, defeating Venezuela in the 2007 Copa America, South Africa in the 2010 World Cup, and Argentina in the 2011 Copa America.

As these facts were put to him, Scolari was full of praise for his opponents, but commented that he knows exactly what their strenghts are and how to counter them: "I know (coach Oscar) Tabarez, I know the way he works, and the quality of this work.

"If we look, we see that Cavani was the most prolific scorer in Italy, Forlan was the best player in the 2010 World Cup, and Luis Suarez was the best player in the League in England" he said.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


Indigente Cheto - "Uruguay Rusia Egipto Arabia Saudita. Tenemos mas chances de un atentado que de quedar eliminados"
Deportivo FAS
bruger
25. juni 2013 22:23
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Newell’s Old Boys – more than worthy champions

The championship may only have been sealed in midweek with Lanus’s failure to defeat Estudiantes, but Gerardo Martino’s men have been the stand out side in Argentina this year and with a Copa Libertadores Semi Final still ahead of them they are on the brink of the greatest year in the club’s history. Lanus started strongly but faded badly and for the second half of the season have looked dreadful and River Plate have been, at best, inconsistent. If either of these sides had won the championship it would have been a travesty as Newell’s have balanced their Libertadores commitments perfectly and been heads and shoulders above their rivals, but what makes Newell’s the best side in Argentina now?

Newell’s have consistently been the most entertaining side to watch this year as is evident by the 40 goals that they have plundered in this short form season. You need to go back to River Plate’s Clausura title in 2004 to find a side that has scored more goals. This season the have scored 3 or more goals in 10 matches and that includes a 4-0 over Boca and a 5-0 demolition of Union. Frankly what has made Newell’s so watchable is their slightly cavalier approach to defending. Conceding 21 goals leaves them with a mediocre record but their 40 goals scored is 9 more than their nearest rival and even more significant when you see that most the teams in the table have half the amount.

What has turned Newell’s into this impressive footballing juggernaut, bearing in mind their perilous position when Gerardo Martino took over in 2012? Well, Martino himself must take a huge amount of credit for this and this has not gone unnoticed by some of the European heavyweights. A pupil of Marcelo Bielsa, playing under him for Newell’s when they last won the championship in 1992, Martino has inherited his astute tactical approach and also, at times, his fiery, demonstrative character. What, perhaps, highlights Martino’s strength is his ability to adapt. When leading Paraguay to the Copa America Final in 2011 the side was all about defence and setting up not to concede. With the resources it led Paraguay to one of it’s best campaigns and resulted in Martino being named South American Coach of the Year. That approach is now the opposite with his talented Newell’s side who look to outscore their opponents. It will not be long before Martino makes the move to Europe, having been linked, in recent weeks with the top job in Malaga and more recently, as one of the names on Real Madrid’s shortlist.

Besides Newell’s attractive style of play, Martino has assembled a skilled squad utilising some younger homegrown products with some more experienced, well-known faces. The man who has stolen most of the headlines is striker, Ignacio Scocco. Top goal scorer over the past year, the front man has scored 29 goals in just 42 appearances since returning to Newell’s. Wherever Scocco has played he has scored goals, whether it be Mexico, Greece or the UAE and at only 28 years of age a new European challenge may come calling. However, the work of Maxi Rodriguez and Gabriel Heinze has been crucial to their success. Their wealth of experience has been invaluable and this season could prove to be the swansong to their glistening careers if they were to bring the Copa Libertadores back to Rosario. In the event of Scocco’s departure, the emergence of youngster, Maxi Urriti will soften the blow. Despite having a supporting role he has contributed with some vital goals and assists.

So with the Torneo Final in the bag, Newell’s now have sometime to prepare for their biggest challenge. A Copa Libertadores Semi Final against Ronaldinho and all the other talent that Atletico Miniero has to offer beckons. Impressively Newell’s have already knocked out, fellow countrymen, Velez Sarsfield and Boca Juniors despite finishing runners up in their group. Momentum has been building and the biggest test of all comes next. Should Newell’s triumph and then go on to claim the Copa Libertadores, it will be the club’s finest hour.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


Indigente Cheto - "Uruguay Rusia Egipto Arabia Saudita. Tenemos mas chances de un atentado que de quedar eliminados"
Deportivo FAS
bruger
25. juni 2013 22:55
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

@FF17, TR1986, Goi, Viola.m.fl.

Til Info

Transfer targets fra den argentinske La primera.......


Players to watch in the window….

Ruben Botta – Tigre deal agreed to join Inter Milan in June

Despite injuring his cruciate knee ligments in Tigre’s recent Copa Libertadores last 16 match, Botta’s summer move to Italian giants, Inter Milan is still on. The tricky attacking midfielder with a superb left foot has been excelling in the past year for Tigre and after not agreeing on a new deal with Tigre has found Inter Milan more than willing to snap him up. His goal earlier in this year’s Libertadores showcases the 23 year old’s talent.


Ricardo Centurion – Racing

Interested – Anzhi

Centurion was in Europe just before the start of this campaign to finalise this deal which would have been a club record for Racing but due to some medical complications it fell through. Centurion has just come back from surgery and perhaps the move will be back on again? The pacy winger was a member of the disastrous Argentinian Under 20 squad at the recent South American Championships but is still seen as one of the bright lights from that group.

Luciano Vietto – Racing

Interested – Juventus

The 19 year old centre forward is without question one of the biggest talents in Argentina and his move to Europe is only a question of when rather than if. Racing are loathed to lose him in this window and would rather cash in on Centurion and Fariña but this wil surely be only temporary. A clinical finisher, he has already scored 2 hat tricks this season, the first Racing player to achieve such a feat in the short championship format. Despite also being a member of the Argentina under 20′s his record of 5 goals in 6 is impressive.

Gino Peruzzi – Velez Sarsfield

Interested – Manchester City

The 20 year old product of Velez’s youth academy shot to fame when he marked Neymar out of the game when the sides met in 2012 Copa Libertadores quarter final. The right back started out as a right winger so is equally confident going forward which is perhaps why Manchester City have been so strongly linked, perhaps as a replacement for fellow Argentine, Pablo Zabaleta.

Fernando Gago – on loan at Velez Sarsfield from Valencia

The well known Argentine international midfield has not exactly set the world alight since signing for Velez on loan. What was seen as a huge coup for the Primera side has been very disappointing as Gago has been reduced to just 3 appearances due to injury. On his day a wonderfully talented defensive midfield player with a huge range of passing but after not settling at any side since leaving Boca Juniors in 2007 the next move for the 27 year old will be critical.

Lucas Romero – Velez Sarsfield

Another from Velez’s successful youth conveyor belt, Romero is a central midfield player whose maturity outweighs his tender age of 19. He too was a member of the Argentina under 20 squad and looks to have a bright future ahead of him.

Pablo Migliore – Free Moving to Dinamo Zagreb

San Lorenzo’s axed goalkeeper following his arrest in the Boca Juniors barra bravas murder case has been thrown a lifeline by Croatian champions, Dinamo Zagreb. The 31 year old stopper will move immediately.


Ezequiel Rescaldani – Velez Sarsfield

20 year old centre forward who has been with Velez since 2010. In Facundo Ferreyra’s absence, Rescaldani has done a good job as the focal point of Velez’s attack. At 6 foot 3 Rescaldani offers an aerial threat but is also very good with the ball at his feet and at such a young age will only improve.

Facundo Ferreyra – Velez Sarsfield

A product of Banfield’s youth system, Facundo ‘Chucky’ Ferreyra was a regular name on the score sheet despite his young age and so in the aftermath of their relegation in 2012 it was inevitable that he would interest Argentina’s top sides. It was Velez Sarsfield who won the race and since then he has scored an impressive 16 goals in 19 appearances. Last season he was the league’s top scorer and despite missing large parts of this campaign through injury he is back in the goals.

Alan Ruiz – San Lorenzo

Interested – Udinese, Olympiakos

In an other wise miserable season for Gimnasia LP back in 2011 the emergence of young midfield player, Alan Ruiz provided a solitary silver lining. Amid rumours of several big transfers, Ruiz eventually found himself at San Lorenzo where he has continued to impress. Not necessarily a starter every week, Ruiz still has a huge future ahead of him.

Leonel Galeano – Independiente

Interested – Parma

Should Independiente end up being relegated Leonel Galeano will certainly be one of the players attracting interest. The 21 year old centre back already has a great deal of experience with the Avellaneda giants, rapidly closing in on 100 appearances and a key member of the Copa Sudamericana winning side in 2010. Galeano has also been called up for Argentina when the squad was comprised of domestic players.

Lisandro Ezequiel López – Arsenal

Still only 23 years old Lopez is a big, aggressive centre half whose strength in the air makes him an asset at both ends. His impressive return of 15 goals from 90 appearances displays just how dangerous he is when venturing into the opposition penalty area. A key member of Arsenal’s Clausura winning side in 2012 and now a campaign in the Copa Libertadores to add to his experience only boosts his potential value.

Ignacio Scocco – on loan at Newell’s Old Boys from Al Ain

Probably the stand out player in the Primera Division and still only 27 years of age is bound to attract interest from elsewhere. Last season’s top scorer and leading the charts again this term as well as playing an instrumental role in Newell’s current Libertadores campaign the pacy front man has consistently proven his eye for goal. Equally comfortable out wide or through the middle Scocco has scored goals everywhere he has played – in both spells with Newell’s, in Mexico with UNAM Pumas, in Greece with AEK Athens and in the UAE with Al Ain.

Eder Alvarez Balanta – River Plate

Interested – Inter Milan

The success story of this year’s Clausura, River Plate had to act quickly to tie their young centre back to a deal as reportedly Inter Milan were ready to swoop after his eye catching performances. The 20 year old was fast tracked into the River first team despite not yet signing a professional deal and his 2 goals and solid defensive displays caught the eye of a number of clubs. River have sensibly now got him under contract and would demand a fee in excess of €12 million to prize him away.

Ezequiel Adrián Cirigliano – River Plate

Not a regular in River’s side but undoubtedly one of their brightest academy products. The diminuitive midfield player is a tenacious tackler but with a good eye for a pass and so has previously been linked with some of Europe’s biggest sides. He has been limited to only 5 appearances in this year’s Clausura but still has a crucial role to the future of River.

Rogelio Funes Mori – River Plate

Interested – Barcelona, Napoli

Funes Mori rose to prominece by winning a deal with FC Dallas as part of TV show Sueño MLS but thankfully for River Plate this didn’t come to fruition and Funes Mori moved to Argentina and signed professional papers. The skillful front man is not the most prolific striker but will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of former team mate, Erik Lamela.

Juan Ignacio Cavallaro – Union

Interested – Anderlecht

Union are undoubtedly going to be relegated to the Nacional B but 18 year old midfielder Juan Cavallero may well be playing elsewhere. The number 10 who has also represented Argentina at Under 20 level has scored 2 goals for Union for this campaign, in what will be the last in the top flight for now.

Walter Kannemann – San Lorenzo

Another of San Lorenzo’s youngsters to feature Walter Kannemann is a left back whose ability both offensively and defensively can see him operate on the left of the midfield and even at centre back.

Leandro Navarro – San Lorenzo

21 year old play-maker Leandro Navarro has made quite an impact since appearing for San Lorenzo. His stunning free kick against Arsenal earlier this season highlights his talent and no doubt put him in the shop window.

Gerardo Martino – Newell’s Old Boys

Interested – Malaga

Following the departure of Pellegrino, the now vacant manager’s position at Malaga is reportedly being lined up for Newell’s 50 year old boss. Currently top of the table and still in the Copa Libertadores, Martino still has work to do but the former South American Manager of the year (2007 – when in charge of Paraguay) may well be tempted to head to Spain.

Manuel Lanzini – River Plate

Interested – Roma

River’s current number 10 is the talanted Manuel Lanzini. Small in stature and still only 20 years of age, Lanzini is known for his dribbling skills and ability to open defences. There is reported interest from Roma, following their successful purchase of Erik Lamela but Lanzini could cost upwards of €10 million.


Leandro Gonzalez Pirez – River Plate

Interested – Roma

River Plate’s young centre back has represented Argentina at every youth level and with his regular performances for River and reported interest from Roma it would be no surprise to see him go on to play for the full side. Not the tallest centre half but a good reader of the game and strong in the tackle, River have him under contract until 2016 with allegedly a buy out clause of €15 million.


Rodrigo De Paul – Racing Club

A regular in the Racing side despite being only 19, De Paul has impressed this season with his direct dribbling and shooting ability. This was evident by his stunning strike earlier in the season against San Lorenzo.


Guido Pizarro – Lanus

Defensive midfielder, Guido Pizarro was one of the main reasons for Lanus’ great start to the season and why they are still challenging for the title. An almost ever-present in their midfield, 23 year old, Pizarro’s passing game starts many of the Lanus counter attacks as well as contributing to their tight defence.


Adrian Fernandez – Independiente

Paraguayan Adrian Fernandez came to Independiente from Cerro Porteño in 2011 and has now established himself as one of the players to watch in the Primera. His pace and trickery cause opposition defences no end of trouble and his wonderful 40-yard lob earlier in the season against Tigre illustrates his instinctive finishing.

Duvan Zapata – Estudiantes

After impressing in his native Colombia for America de Cali and at the Under 2o championships in 2011, Zapata was signed by Esudiantes for a fee in the region of $120,000. A big and powerful centre forward who has 6 in 13 this season in a poor Estudiantes side looks a good prospect as he is still only 22.

Juan Sánchez Miño – Boca Juniors

Sánchez Miño’s fantastic engine and great left foot have converted him pretty successfully from left wing to left back but he is comfortable in both positions. An elegant mover with the ball with bags of energy he has started to appear more for Boca as he was injured earlier in the campaign and could now challenge the aging Clemente Rodriguez.


Lucas Santiago Melano – Belgrano

20 year old striker currently playing in Cordoba for Belgrano but also a member of Argentina’s under 20 squad. He is playing on a regular basis for Belgrano and has scored 2 goals this season.

Carlos Carbonero – on loan at Arsenal from Estudiantes

Interested – Chievo

Another Colombian on the list, 22 year old Carlos Carbonero maybe familiar with regular Golazo readers after his sensational 40-yard volley against Argentinos Juniors won February’s goal of the month. Already with a full cap to his name for Colombia, Carbonero is beginning to attract interest.

Dario Benedetto – Arsenal

Another of Arsenal’s attacking threats with a an eye for the spectacular. Dario Benedetto has scored 5 goals this term and they always seem to be great goals. Still only 22 Benedetto has plenty more goals in him.

Nicolas Aguirre – Arsenal

The third Arsenal player and also 22 years old. His 2 goals from 9 league appearances shows how desirable goal scoring midfield players can be.


Brian Sarmiento – All Boys

Talented foward Brian Sarmiento is no stranger to complicated transfer sagas when as a 16 year old he was involved in a bitter row between parent club, Estudiantes and Spanish club, Racing Santander. Due to the matter going to court, Sarmiento was unable to play for Santander for a year. After several loan moves and then transfers to Racing and Arsenal, Sarmiento is now playing regularly for All Boys. Still only 23, Sarmiento will be hoping that the stability can get his once much-hyped career back on track.


Santiago Montoya Muñoz – All Boys

Another young Colombian playing regularly in Argentina, Santiago Montoya Muñoz is a clever passer of the ball, comfortable in the playmaker role, on the left or even as a second striker.

Luis Fariña – Racing Club

Interested – CSKA Moscow

Rumour has it that Racing could cash in on 22 year old Fariña with CSKA Moscow keen. The attacking midfielder has scored 6 goals in his career at Racing and is apparently the subject of a struggle between Paraguay and Argentina as to who he will represent. The child of Paraguayan parents but has represented Argentina at youth levels has a present left his options open.

Juan Manuel Iturbe – on loan at River Plate from Porto

The hugely talented but at times hugely frustrating Iturbe continues to impress and dismay in equal measure at River. Small, fast and with incredible dribbling abilities he drew earlier comparisons to Lionel Messi when lighting up the Copa Libertadores with Cerro Porteño but after a big move to Porto, his career has stalled somewhat. The loan move to River has seen him playing fairly regularly once again and it will be interesting to see what happens at the end of this agreement.

Lisandro Magallan – Boca Juniors

Interested – Roma, Manchester City

19 year old centre back, Lisandro Magallan started his career at Gimnasia LP before Boca spent $1.4 million for 80% ownership. Not a regular in La Bombonera at present, Magallan is seen as one for the future but with some of Europe’s big boys taking an interest it remains to be seen if his future is with Boca.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


Indigente Cheto - "Uruguay Rusia Egipto Arabia Saudita. Tenemos mas chances de un atentado que de quedar eliminados"
Deportivo FAS
bruger
26. juni 2013 11:51
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Nej tak....

Trezeguet linked to Flamengo - report

River Plate´s striker David Trezeguet could join Flamengo, according to reports in Argentine press.

Trezeguet has recently been excluded from River Plate´s squad for the 2013-14 pre-season.

Diario Olé claims that many clubs are interested in the French striker, including Flamengo, although the club´s board have not confirmed the interest.

Artur Fernandes, who is one of his agents, talked with Lancenet about a potential move to Flamengo, he said: "I can´t say anything about this yet before he solves his situation with River, what should happen within the next three days."

Besides Trezeguet, Corinthians star Emerson Sheik might also join Flamengo, talks have already started as he struggles to renew his contract with the current world champions.

Mano Menezes was recently appointed as the team´s new manager, he promised that new signings would come soon.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


Indigente Cheto - "Uruguay Rusia Egipto Arabia Saudita. Tenemos mas chances de un atentado que de quedar eliminados"
Deportivo FAS
bruger
26. juni 2013 11:52
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Santos midfielder Felipe Anderson set to join Lazio - report

Lazio have reached an agreement with the group of investors known as Doyen Sports, and the transfer of Felipe Anderson can now go through, according to Lancenet.

The lack of an agreement with the investors put the deal in jeopardy, despite the fact there was already a deal with Santos, and the player had expressed his intention of joining the Italian team.

Lancenet reports that the Italian club are paying around 8 million Euros for the midfielder, Santos will receive 50% of the transfer fee, while Doyen Sports will get the rest,

Santos will also receive 25% of any future transfer fee, Felipe Anderson has struggled to establish himself at the first team and was eager to move.

Besides Felipe Anderson, Santos´ goalkeeper Rafael is also expected to move to Italy soon, Napoli are the favorites to sign him, but Roma are also interested.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


Indigente Cheto - "Uruguay Rusia Egipto Arabia Saudita. Tenemos mas chances de un atentado que de quedar eliminados"
Deportivo FAS
bruger
26. juni 2013 11:53
svar
anmeld

Sv: Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

Grêmio’s Maximiliano Rodríguez criticizes Brazil’s foreign player limits

Grêmio’s Uruguayan midfielder Maximiliano Rodríguez has expressed his opposition to Brazil’s limit of three foreign players in the match squad, commenting that it would be better for him if the law was changed to four players.

The Porto Alegre side already have a number of foreign players in their squad including Cristian Riveros (Paraguay), Eduardo Vargas (Chile), and Hernán Barcos (Argentina).

Rodriguez spoke in a press conference covered by Globo, saying:

“The best thing would be to change the law so that the four could play together. But in Brazil it is this way. I will give my best to be on the field. There is no problem between us. The best play”

He went on to comment further on how he came to Brazil to play in the first team at his club commenting: “I think I´m ready to help Grêmio. I came to Brazil to play.”

Grêmio return to action after the Confederations Cup, with a game away to Atlético PR on July 6.
Brasil: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Botafogo (100% Carioca) Rio > Säo Paulo


Indigente Cheto - "Uruguay Rusia Egipto Arabia Saudita. Tenemos mas chances de un atentado que de quedar eliminados"

Bold | Sydamerikansk fodbold i Danmark - hvad mener I?

1 2 3 ... 1064 1065 1066 ... 3606 3607 3608 Vis alle sider