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Spaudoj šiandey daug žinių, jog Roma derasi dėl Smalling (loan) ir... Lovreno (loan + obligation to buy). Jei kada ir buvo laikas Benny Hill tune'ui, tai jis yra dabar
Pas romėnus šiemet niekaip nesibaigia šienapjūtė. Kalinič už lūžusį šeivikaulį gavo 3 mėnesius poilsio, Cristante dėl kirkšnies traumos visus keturis. + šitie
A report in Il Corriere dello Sport has underlined a study carried out by UEFA, which highlights an abnormal amount of injuries suffered by AS Roma recently.
The figures, drawn up through research carried out by Swedish professor Jan Ekstrand of the University of Linkoping, show that there were 868 total injuries suffered by the 25 Champions League clubs in 2018/19. This yields an average of 34.7 per club, however, the Giallorossi had no less than 56 injuries during this period.
Furthermore, the same report suggests that in terms of injuries classed as serious – lasting 28 days or more – the average per season is 11.2 per team. In just four weeks of action this term, Roma has already lost Diego Perotti, Davide Zappacosta (twice), Cengiz Under, Lorenzo Pellegrini, and Devid Bouah, the latter who was injured with the Primavera but usually trains with the first team.
This makes six long term injuries in the season so far, more than half of the average for a full season.
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Smallingas paskutiniu metu nuolat papuola į Romos startą ir visai padoriai ten žaidžia.
Sprendžiu pagal whoscored vertinimus.
Panašu, kad Palotta baigs savo erą.
Corriere dello Sport has reported that Dan Friedkin, the CEO of American consortium The Friedkin Group, continues to push to acquire Roma and wants to finalize his acquisition of the club within a month.
The American is currently locked-in negotiations with current Roma president James Pallotta, who is asking €750 million for the Giallorossi, though, the debts of €272 million must also be kept in mind. Talks between the parties will continue at the Studio Tonucci, Roma’s legal headquarters, and also in the United States. However, because negotiations could be more streamlined there – it’s likely that talks will more than likely take place in America, where the deal could close in a month, versus Italy, where it could take 3-4 months.
Beskaitant šitą kompoziciją prisiminiau.Football-Italia rašė:Roma is leaning towards an operation for Amadou Diawara’s knee injury, which would effectively put an end to his season.
The midfielder suffered a lesion to the meniscus and tried to take a couple of weeks to see if conservative treatment would be enough to resolve it.
However, according to Corriere Dello Sport, progress has not been good and surgery is increasingly likely. If that is confirmed, then Diawara will likely be out of action for the rest of the season, approximately three months.
There are growing concerns that delaying the operation could damage the cartilage in the knee as well as the meniscus.