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BALL – Reaction to Rui Costa’s interview: praise and criticism without 10 (Benfica)

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BALL - Reaction to Rui Costa's interview: praise and criticism without 10 (Benfica)

BOLA invited three well-known Benfica fans to comment on Rui Costa’s interview on BTV the day before yesterday. There was praise, but there was also criticism after 90 minutes of explaining that Francisco Benítez, Gaspar Ramos and Vasco Mendonza were far from deserving of 10.

“There were things that I liked to hear, others that I didn’t like to hear at all, and there were things that I would like to hear and not hear,” summed up A BOLA Francisco Benítez of Servir o the Benfica movement that went to vote together with Rui Costa in the last November elections.

“I was pleased to know that the bylaws committee is progressing at a good pace and that there will be a draft at the end of February, a sign that we will have a structuring document about the life of Benfica that can help us change this dark page,” he listed without stopping: “I also liked to hear that the sport needs more attention and that the pavilions will open for fans, this is a good idea. And the renovation of the interior of the stadium… he said he would do it, and I completely agree.”

However, in other subjects he was deeply dissatisfied. “The audit should be in the Benfica group and, it seems, in the Ministry of Public Administration (MP). The first three contracts were analyzed to make sure MP did a good job, now another 55 contracts… Is this an audit? Benfica is interested in auditing the entire Benfica, to find out if there are crimes in the organization, in the relations between employees, companies and suppliers,” he said, continuing: “I also did not like that Benfica did not became an assistant in the process. They insist on whitewashing Operation Red Card, which means nothing, it’s Vieira’s own business, and he keeps pushing the situation with his belly. And I didn’t like it either, then Rui Coste was uneasy when he talked about how contracts are signed, especially when buying players. So, is he the administrator in charge of football and he signs contracts because he is there if there is no one else to sign?”

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Another negative point was the declaration of absolute confidence in Domingos Soares de Oliveira.
“He and Miguel Moreira are the only two defendants who remain at Benfica, and Domingos has been out of control of SAD for a long time,” he said.

Gaspar Ramos, the historic leader of the Eagles, found the explanation about Jesus “a little complicated” and felt that Rui Costa should have done better.

“He had a duty to prevent this situation from happening in due time, which discredited him and Benfica. So with your experience you don’t know what’s going on in the resort. At least he should have been informed about the structure by people if they didn’t… I think it’s poorly explained, even if it could happen, as he says it shouldn’t have happened. , he pointed out, believing that this trial was “a disgrace to all Benfists.”

The theme of John Textor deserves reservations.

Vasco Mendonsa, columnist for A BOLA, was also far from happy with everything he heard.
“I liked that Rui Costa introduced himself to the partners and took the time to do it. It was an unusually long interview and I felt like it tried to cover a lot of topics and provide a lot of clarification,” he said before moving on to criticism.

“I didn’t like how the signing of documents was described and that it didn’t amount to harmful behavior or a bad decision. As far as I understand, the administrator does not have direct contact with everything that happens, in an organization like Benfica, with the role of Rui Costa in SAD, who had a football portfolio, it is difficult to understand that someone says that he signed the papers, but this does not mean that he was aware of what was happening,” he stressed.

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BALL – Rangers legend: Goalkeeper dies after saying he had six months to live in May (Scotland)

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BALL - Rangers legend: Goalkeeper dies after saying he had six months to live in May (Scotland)

Misfortune knocked on Andy Goram’s door. The former Scottish goalkeeper passed away this Saturday at the age of 58 from esophageal cancer.

The ex-Rangers had already left a chilling score on May 30, when he explained Daily entry that the doctors gave him six months to live. However, the disease progressed faster than expected, and the guardian died about a month later.

Born in England and educated at Oldham, Andy Gorham experienced the best period of his career from 1991 to 1998 at Rangers. He won six titles and was even recognized by the fans as the best goalkeeper in the history of the club. He also had a spell at Manchester United (2001) in which he won the Premier League and made 43 caps for Scotland, starting in the 1992 and 1996 European Championships.

Gloves hung up, he still worked as a goalkeeping coach at minor clubs in Scotland such as BSC Glasgow, Dunfermline Athletic and the Airdreonians, from which he left in October 2016.

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Discussion at the airport control regarding the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from Menorca

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Discussion at the airport control regarding the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from Menorca



According to the local press, the security of the star entered into a heated skirmish with representatives of the airport.

Cristiano Ronaldo spent only one day in Menorca, but his short stay on this Spanish island was overshadowed by a small incident on the way to the island’s airport. According to the Menorca newspaper, as the Portuguese striker’s escorts were preparing to go through security in the space’s VIP area, there was a “bitter argument” between one of the CR7 guards and the airport authorities, which even led to the intervention of the Guardia Civil. According to the publication, which reports sources at the airport, it all happened when one of the attacker’s bodyguards walked past the control device and sounded the alarm. It was about the protection that he had on his finger, but since at that moment a woman was at the place for control, she asked to wait for the man to arrive in order to conduct a search. An element of the CR7 team did not like this, “he raised his voice, gesticulating furiously” before passing through security without proper body vision, although he was warned by officials that the Civil Guard would be called. Upon the arrival of the authorities, the situation was quickly rectified and Cristiano Ronaldo’s private jet took off half an hour late. According to the Menorca newspaper, Cristiano “watched the entire scene without participating, with the face of a few friends”.

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BALL – Todd Boely era could start with a bang (Chelsea)

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New Chelsea owner Todd Boly is set to open a consulate in London by signing a major deal. According to ESPNthe American businessman is exploring the possibility of bringing Neymar to Stamford Bridge and has already moved forward with the first contacts.

The Brazilian’s intention to leave PSG has been widely publicized, as well as the fact that he has Thiago Silva (with whom Neymar shares the dressing room in the Brazilian national team) and Thomas Tuchel in charge (who spent time at PSG from 2018 to 2021). year). ) help entice a 30 year old extreme. The only question is the scale of the operation, as PSG spent 222 million euros in 2017 and intend to recoup some of the money spent on a world record transfer.

If confirmed, it would be a paradigm shift for Roman Abramovich, who took over the reins of the club in 2003. If it is true that the Russian oligarch invested heavily in the Chelsea team during his time at the club, his consulate began by hiring two goalkeepers at…zero cost. Austrian Jürgen Macho and Italy’s Marco Ambrosio arrived at Stamford Bridge on the same day as Abramovich, but they can hardly be counted among the most influential members of the team, as they played eight matches together.

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