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Rubi Garcia wants Roma to perform like they did against Feyenoord
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 12 March 2015 04:13
Rudi Garcia and Roma’s fans want to see the team perform like they did against Feyenoord when their away clash with Fiorentina gets underway on Thursday, in what would be the team’s last 16 first leg of the UEFA Europa League, and pay per head wagering companies believe that the fans will be in for a real show.
Roma were able to advance with a win of 2-1 in a very intense match at De Kuip, in a meeting where two players for Feyenoord were sent away, ending in an aggregate win of 3-2.
But Garcia’s players were not able to clinch a win in Serie A in more than a month, and last month, when playing in the Coppa Italia, they ended up losing 2-0 to Fiorentina, as they claimed a win of 2-0 win and a draw of 1-1 in both league matches against the famous club from Florence.
“We’ve met Fiorentina three times already and I think tomorrow will be different to the other games,” said the manager.
“We need to think of this as a match lasting 180 minutes: that’s crucial if we’re to play well and go through. We have to play better than we did against Chievo [in Sunday’s 0-0 draw], but that shouldn’t be too hard.
“I hope to see the Roma of Rotterdam, of the first half against Hellas [Verona] and the last 20 minutes against Juve [in a 1-1 draw nine days ago].
Robin Van Persie will be unavailable against Sunderland
By Andrew Scott Saturday, 28 February 2015 03:01
Robin Van Persie, striker for Manchester United, will be unavailable for action when his side takes on Sunderland on Saturday in the Premiere League, but many fans were relieved to learn that Michael Clark is close to returning to the squad, and pay per head bookies are confident that his comeback can seriously help the team.
Van Persie suffered the injury when United were beaten last weekend 2-1 to Swansea City, and he was spotted with a protective boot later on when as he was on his way out of the Liberty Stadium.
Then Louis van Gaal said that the Netherlands international would not be available for action when his side faces Sunderland, and the United manager also said that it’s possible that for the following couple of weeks Van Persie won’t be able to feature for his side, something that gives many fans plenty of reasons to be concerned.
“He is injured,” said the manager. “It is an ankle problem. I do not think it is very heavy but ankle problems can take a long time.
“It is not one or two weeks.”
Gerardo Martino was frustrated during the time that he spent at Barca
By Andrew Scott Friday, 27 February 2015 12:23
Gerardo Martino, former Barca manager, said that he “could not be happy” during the time the he spent in charge of the club. Pay per head bookies remember very well what a difficult time he had while working with the Catalan giants, and were paying close attention to what he had to say.
There were many Barca fans who were optimistic when the Argentinian took over at the Catalan Side, yet others did not see things going well with him leading the team. For almost a year – from July of 2013 to May of 2014 – the Argentinian was in charge of the club, and the team’s fans were very disappointed when they saw that the Supercopa de España was the only competition that Barca was able to win in that time.
And Martino said that he was struggling to deal with the massive responsibility that comes with the job – something that Luis Enrique now has.
“These are the feelings one has after 10 months of work and analysing everything,” said the current Argentina manager. “I felt I couldn’t improve this fantastic team and I could not happy at reaching one of the best clubs in the world.