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BALL – Dani Alves on his way to Amoré… as a possible shareholder (League 3)

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BALL - Dani Alves on his way to Amoré… as a possible shareholder (League 3)

Mediatic Dani Alves may link his immediate future with Portugal. Not as a footballer – although he is still active, now in the service of Pumas in Mexico – but following his interest in acquiring Amora.

The Brazilian defender with an enviable international career that highlights his time at Barcelona will be in talks to integrate the Portuguese club’s management, according to A BOLA.

Amora is under the guns of Dani Alves and it is not yet known if she will go for the full purchase of the 75% owned by the Spanish group Odemira Capital in the administration of Amorense. Instead, the scenario could include a partial purchase of a stake held by a Spanish company to promote the project through an equity partnership, following the same line that was taken at the club.

SAD do Amora has excelled in promoting young talent since the arrival of the current group of investors, and has also invested in the restoration and improvement of the Medideira Stadium, where it intends to compete again.

The goal is to play in Ligue 3 during this season to catapult one of the biggest springboards to professionalism in national football in recent years.

Amora is completing its second season in Ligue 3 and is one of the strongholds of the competition, stable and committed to developing talent at a sporting level as well as providing financial returns.

These were the main points set by the president of the SAD and the majority shareholder in the structure, the Spaniard José María Gallego – also a shareholder of Betis de Seville, the powerful La Liga.

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Now all scenarios are open, and the current owner may leave or, conversely, retain functions in a joint company with Dani Alves, depending on the share that the latter can receive.

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BALL – Vecchia Signora still owes money to Ronaldo (Juventus)

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According to preliminary news, this Saturday edition of Sports daily Gazetta dello Sportwith a link to the portal Football ItalyJuventus still owe money to Cristiano Ronaldo, despite the fact that he left Black and white move to Manchester United about a year and a half ago.

The publication explains that CR7, like other Juventus players, suffered pay cuts during the Covid-19 pandemic, signing an agreement with Elderly woman in which he guaranteed bonuses that were not paid even if he left the Turin club after the pandemic.

On the other hand, also according to the information in these media, there will be several Juventus players who, like Cristiano Ronaldo, suffered salary cuts during the pandemic phase to help the club and will receive the agreed financial compensation, but will not be declared by the Italian football federation (FIGC) or any other institution.

There are players who would admit that they should have received bonuses next season, but this is an agreement made between Elderly woman and the team was not registered with the FIGC and this situation, if confirmed, would put the Turin emblem in a terrible position.

Recall that at the beginning of last week, the board of directors of Juventus withdrew, and Gianluca Ferrero was appointed the new president.

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BAL – Farewell message by Alvaro Pacheco (Vizela)

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Alvaro Pacheco left Wiesele a farewell message through a post on the social network Instagram. The coach was fired from the technical team of the Viselians, while the club motivated the decision by “a difference of opinion regarding the sports project.”

“I am a football coach. This is the life I chose for myself! I am happy because I do what I like with passion, joy, conviction, great professionalism and dignity! I found a family in Wiesel. The family that I carry in my heart and that I tried to glorify in the best possible way. I am sure that I justified the greatness of the club and its people! Thank you very much for the opportunity you gave me! Many thanks to everyone who helped me on this trip! And what a special trip this was!! I was very happy here!!!”, you can read.

Alvaro Pacheco left the Wisela team after three and a half seasons. The coach has been at the forefront of two successive ascents of Vizela: first from the Portuguese Championship to Ligue 2, in the 2019/2020 season, and the next season to the top tier of Portuguese football. Last season he managed to keep the team in the League. In the current season, in 13 games in the first division of Wiesel under the command of Alvaro Pacheco, he won four, drew three and lost six. In the Portuguese Cup, he “fell” in the 4th round at the feet of Vitoria de Guimarães.

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″They are all a gang of thieves!″

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″They are all a gang of thieves!″

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Atlético Madrid’s defense was incensed at the end of the match that saw Uruguay expelled from the World Cup in Qatar.

José Jiménez, Uruguay’s defender, was one of his team’s most furious referees after the triumph over Ghana, which South Americans lacked to qualify for the next round of the World Cup in Qatar.

Uruguay complained furiously after the final whistle about Cavani’s missed penalty. Jimenez, according to some media reports, even attacked the FIFA director of competitions in the heat of the moment on the field.

Caught on camera, he yelled, “They’re all thieves, bastards!”

Captain Godin, on the other hand, spoke of a theft, Cavani threw the screen on the ground on his way to the dressing rooms…



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