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3 months ago
Juventus Likely To Face Ajax In The Uefa Champions League Without Talisman Cristiano Ronaldo
A day with face on palms, hands on heads and teary eyes it is for every Juventus faithful as the cruel news of their star player Cristiano Ronaldo appeared to be caught with a hamstring injury while on duty for his national team reaching them just 16 days away from facing Ajax in the Uefa Champions League. A call to serve your country is one players like Ronaldo look up to and desperately want to revel in. No matter what comes after the encounters, wearing the national shirt and counting the number of appearances, there can barely be a better feeling. Ronaldo was instrumental in guiding Juventus past Atletico Madrid in the knockout stage of the European competition and considering recent records, the knockout stages of the competition is when he shines best but that story might be twisted if things go south with the injury. Ronaldo was taken off in the 31st minute of Portugal's Qualifier clash against Serbia when he pulled off with a hamstring while sprinting towards a ball. It remains to be known the extent of the injury and when long the Portuguese would be staying out, until then, stay tuned.. THANKS FOR READING..
4 months ago
What Went Down In England, My Take On Selected Weekend Results
7 months ago
Let's talk about talent, success and failure
9 months ago
My Champions League predictions for today.
Ajax 2-0 AEK Athens Benfica 1-1 Bayern Munich Manchester City 3-2 Lyon Real Madrid 1-1 Roma Valencia 1-3 Juventus Yoing boys 1-1 Manchester United. I had to take a look at the statistics of the different teams but this is football and anything can happen. Especially in the Champions League, all teams fought their ways to this stage and would want to be threats to others. However, this is just my humble predictions for some of today's matches.
9 months ago
Lukaku: Mourinho Does Not Fake Emotions
9 months ago
The big BOSS.
I couldn't believe that the same Spanish squad that could not qualify from the group stage of the Russia 2018 world cup is the same Spanish squad that demolished the Croatian team by 6 goals to nothing. This is one thing that makes football interesting, "THE TACTICS". The squad that a certain coach used and got beaten is still the same squad that another coach is using and he's causing problems for the opponents. It's all about the tactics. Football is game that needs professionalism in tactical management. I must give credits to Lius Enrique for the sudden revitalization of the Spanish national team. He's really making this team look invincible. He's a great coach and I admire his managerial skills. Well, I wish him the very best in his coaching career.
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