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Angry Mourinho: ‘If we be clowns and dive into the pool’

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Jose Mourinho has commented on the referee’s decision not to award Roma a penalty for bringing down Niccolò Zaniolo, stressing that he will suggest his players “dive” on the pitch if that’s the only way to get one to get a penalty.

Jose Mourinho was furious with the referee’s decision not to give Roma (0-1) a penalty after Niccolo Zaniolo’s foul, who protested heavily and was sent off in the Atalanta game. His staff restrained him from entering the field.

The Portugal coach, who will miss his side’s next game at Giuseppe Meazza against Inter, commented on the penalty and claimed he may need to add diving lessons to his players’ training.

“I tried to talk to Keefi after the game. If a referee tells me it’s not a penalty if a player doesn’t go down, I have to start telling my players to go down. I asked him to tell me why.” He didn’t give the penalty but he didn’t give me a clear answer.

He said it was a matter of interpretation. But for me it’s not an interpretation, it’s a penalty and that’s it. The player can still continue the phase, and then the referee can reverse play and award a penalty.

I want to be the best coach I can be, but if we have to start fooling around and pretending to be in the pool then I’ll change our training.”said the annoyed Portuguese technician.

Source: sport 24

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Palacio said goodbye to football and shone in his debut as a basketball player

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Rodrigo Palacio has decided to end a great football career but he doesn’t shake his head in the sport as the Argentine makes his debut as a basketball player for a Serie D team and excels.

In 2002, Rodrigo Palacio was first introduced to the Argentine football community wearing the Huracán shirt, followed by Banfield’s experience and starting with Boca Juniors, only to move to the Campionato and honor it like few by appearing in consecutive Genoa . Inter, Bologna and Brescia.

With his contract at Brescia expiring on June 30, the now 40-year-old striker has decided to retire and announced it on Monday (26/09), but it’s likely his relationship with the sport will remain for a very long time. closely for some time.

And that’s because he took off his football boots, but he didn’t leave the field too far. The South American recently made his debut in a Serie D basketball game wearing the jersey of Polisportiva Garegnano, a Milan-based team.

A debut that did not go unnoticed as the Lombards shared their narrow defeat to Malaspina through their social media accounts, but underlined that Palacio was the protagonist and scored 14 points.

It remains to be seen whether he was “sweetened” by his performance and stayed on the court or was just a guest star who wanted to say goodbye to the world of football with a delicious basketball dessert.


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Brozovic was injured with Croatia, risk of being sidelined for a month

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Marcelo Brozovic was caught in the Croatia Nations League game against Austria and faces a pause of up to a month, according to reports from Italy.

Croatia beat Croatia 3-1 away on Sunday evening (September 26th) and celebrated a place in the final 4 of the Nations League, but Marcelo Brozovic wasn’t as happy as he would have liked.

The reason is the injury he picked up in the first minutes of the game (he left in the 18th minute), with the veteran midfielder undergoing tests and the Croatian Football Union announce he’s suffering from a partial muscle injury that will keep him from action for a few weeks.

According to Italian media reports, he will undergo further tests upon his return to Milan for an accurate diagnosis of the problem by Inter’s medical staff, although an initial assessment speaks of his enforced abstinence in the fields for up to a month.

If confirmed, Brozovic will not only miss league games, but also two games against Barcelona in the Champions League, where the Nerazzurri are being urged to “play their reserves” to qualify for the knockout stage of Europe’s leading inter-club to enter events.

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Maldini: ‘We have a good chance of keeping Leo at Milan’

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AC Milan technical director Paolo Maldini said the Rossoneri have a good chance of keeping Leao at Milan despite Chelsea’s interest in offering him a huge contract.

THE Paul Maldini In an interview with the Italian Gazzetta dello Sport, he addressed the topic of extending the contract Rafael Leao, who caught the eye of Chelsea in the summer transfer window. The 23-year-old forward is under contract with Milan until 2024 but the Blues had no problem offering him a convincing deal to make it their own.

The once-legendary Milan stopper and current technical director said the Portugal international striker knows he has found the best environment in the Rossoneri to improve and if the team improves in the future, they can be financially rewarded in a satisfactory manner also.

Our Leo is grateful and I’m interested in what he tells us. He understands that the road has to be in Milan in the years to come, he understands it and he tells us. Then there will be negotiations, but we know that strong players need to be paid what they are worth.

As the team continues to grow financially, Leao will have everything to keep up at the top. Then, of course, he is on the list of players who are not awarded for all teams in the world. I think we have a good chance of keeping him in Milan‘ Maldini said of the Portuguese

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