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Rui Jorge: “Fabio Vieira has a great future if he sees fit”

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Rui Jorge: "Fabio Vieira has a great future if he sees fit"

Recognized as the best player in the national team under 21Fabiu Vieira earned praise from Rui Jorge at a press conference after being defeated in the final by Germany.

“Fabio had a good game. He is a very technically advanced player, he is good at defining, but he needs to improve some aspects of his game in order to become a full-fledged player. He knows this and will work on these aspects. Fabio has a great future if he sees fit. I think he wants to be the player he can be. I believe that we can meet a great player, ”he said.

The U21 coach also explained what he wants, with bets on Florentino and Thiago Tomas in the starting lineup, to the detriment of Jedson and Lean, who played in the semi-finals against Spain.

“Florentino started the last games very well. We managed to stay even when he came and we decided to put him at the start. Florentino is in a good position and has always given the team balance. Today we needed balance, which means my midfield option. As for TT, he played in the front to give it some verticality. At first it could have been Leo or Ramos. When I was playing with two in front, I decided to put TT with Dani, ”he explained.

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French ensure Darwin refuses to play for Manchester United and Newcastle – Benfica

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Radio RMC Sport reports that the Benfica striker intends to play in the Champions League

Darwin Nunez continues to be one of the market leaders that has yet to officially open. The Benfica forward has a €150m clause, but the European sharks want to sign him for a lower price. According to French radio RMC Sport, there are two clubs in England that would have been interested in the Uruguayan striker but were “blocked” due to the player’s desire. Newcastle and Manchester United will be looking to cut the 22-year-old’s contract, but he has already made it clear he only wants to play for clubs that are in the Champions League. Well, both Magpies and Red Devils will miss out on the UEFA Millionaires League. In England, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City are confident of their presence in the Champions League next season. Tottenham and Arsenal are still fighting on the last day of the Premier League for a place. According to the same source, Bruno Fernandes and Dalo would be willing to pay 80 million euros for the emblem of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Paris Saint-Germain are one of the clubs still interested in Darwin, who was signed by Benfica from Almería in 2020, but the striker, who scored 34 goals in 41 official games in 2021/22, is in talks. are still going on.

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BALL – “Penalties over Taremi were well marked” (Vitoria de Guimarães)

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BALL - "Penalties over Taremi were well marked" (Vitoria de Guimarães)

Vitoria de Guimarães goalkeeper Bruno Varela was interviewed by Canal 11 about the two penalties awarded against Porto at D. Afonso Henriquez” in the 29th round of the League on April 10, a game that the “Dragons” won 1-0, Taremi’s goal, from the 11-meter mark, in the 36th minute – the Iranian will not miss the second penalty, in the 63rd minute.

The 27-year-old, who spent a second consecutive season at Guimarães and spent most of his training at Benfica, thinks João Pinheiro’s bid was balanced.

“I always analyze games when I get home. Then, on the first day, I do an analysis with the goalkeeping coach. In this move (first penalty), we talked about it; I was not in the best position. I hoped that Taremi would not be able to control the ball, but he did. Then I still had time to return to the goal, in the end I didn’t return, I was halfway, and it was at the halfway point that I decided to leave the goal. The first thing I thought was that I would get to the ball first, but halfway through I regretted it. It was discussed a lot, but to be honest, if my team’s striker was fouled, it would be a penalty for me. I make a decision. He did his job, I should not have approached it like that, ”he admitted.

In the second half, the blue-and-white striker was again awarded a penalty, but missed.

“If it was a striker from my team, like Oscar Estupinan or Bruno Duarte, I would take the penalty. You shouldn’t be hypocrites. He was a “rat”, as they say. Taremi does it very well… I was frustrated myself, because I studied it and saw several similar moves in his performance. But in the game we make decisions. When he touched the ball, I was already raising my hands, because I knew that he would hit me on the knee. He was looking for contact, but I accept the punishment, ”he said.

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Bruno Varela says penalties against Taremi in Guimarães were well seen

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Goalkeeper V. Guimarães commented in an interview with Canal 11 on two controversial moves in the match of the 29th round of the championship.

Bruno Varela, goalkeeper “V. Guimarães”, was interviewed by Canal 11 on Wednesday evening and spoke about two penalties in the game against Porto at the home of the Minho club on the 29th round of the championship. The goalkeeper thinks the bets were well thought out.

“I always analyze games as soon as I get home. Then, on the first day, I do an analysis with the goalkeeping coach. [ primeiro penálti], that’s what we talked about between him and me, I was not in the best position. I was hoping Taremi wouldn’t dominate the ball, but he does. Then I had time to return to the goal, in the end I did not return, I was halfway, and it was halfway that I decided to leave. The first thing I thought was that I would get there first, but halfway through I regretted it. There was a lot of talk about it, but to be honest, if my striker was fouled, it would be a penalty for me. I accept punishment. He did his job, I shouldn’t have approached it that way,” he said.

Taremi converted the maximum penalty and scored the only goal of the game. In the second half, a penalty kick was awarded again, but missed. “If it was my striker, Oscar [Estupiñán] or Bruno [Duarte]I would take the penalty. There is no point in being hypocritical. He was a mouse, as we say. He does it very well. I myself was upset because I studied it and saw several Taremi plays. But there are decisions in the game that we have to make. When he touched the ball, I was already raising my hands, because I knew that he would hit me on the knee. He looked too tough, but I take the penalty.”

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