The revolutionary plan that Setién plans before the Nápole
The revolutionary plan that Setién plans before the Nápole
Setién has the last word. The situation could be rethought in the coming days and release Riqui Puig and Araújo to play the first game against Valladolid Promises even though Barça will play the title on the last day. If this circumstance occurs, it is very unlikely that Ansu Fati could be at the disposal of García Pimienta for that meeting. After Griezmann’s injury, Setién is very short of forwards (Luis Suárez, Ansu Fati and Braithwaite, aside from Messi).
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The Hispano-Bisauguineano already was with the subsidiary coinciding with the sanction that prevented him from playing with the first team last Saturday in Valladolid. He played the friendly against Europe and showed that with him the subsidiary wins a lot.
Leo Messi dismissed the League with a double in Mendizorroza and won for the seventh time the trophy that distinguishes the top scorer in the Spanish League, a figure that makes him a unique and exceptional player
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Lionel Messi, a record Pichichi champion
Examining Leo Messi’s scoring statistics is a relatively simple exercise, because the Argentine has been characterized from the start of his career by maintaining an extraordinary regularity in this section. What makes him perhaps unique is that he is capable of transforming something extremely rare and exceptional into everyday life. In fact, last Sunday Messi was able to inscribe his name on the Pichichi Trophy for the seventh time in his career, an achievement that no other player in the history of the Spanish League had been able to achieve. .
The one who was closest before Leo was the legendary Athletic striker Telmo Zarra, who was proclaimed top scorer in the First Division six times (1944-45, 1945-46, 1946-47, 1949-50, 1950-51 and 1952 -53). The Blaugrana forward made his debut in the 2009-10 season and subsequently repeated in the 2011-12, 2012-13, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 season, beating specialists of the stature of the Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo, his partner Luis Suárez, his compatriot Gonzalo Higuaín or French Karim Benzema.
His latest ‘victim’ was precisely the Madrid forward, who was able to fight until the last day when he was forced to raise the white flag in surrender. In fact, the merit of the madridista is that he scored only four goals less than the blaugrana. But when it comes to goals, nobody can sit at the same table as Messi.
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Since he conquered his first Pichichi ten years ago, only four editions have escaped him against Cristiano Ronaldo (2011-12, 2013-14 and 2014-15) and Luis Suárez (2015-16).
Messi certified his seventh Pichichi with a double in Mendizorroza and Benzema was unable to score against Leganés. The fight for this prestigious trophy had been tightened in recent days due to the success that the French had shown, although in the end it was shown that the Argentine has a magnetic power in his boots to which the goalkeepers of the League cannot find the antidote for the more they try.
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Paradoxically, the Argentine striker finished the championship with 25 goals in 33 games, his most discreet achievement figure since the season before proclaiming himself the Pichichi winner for the first time in his career. Since he conquered that first Trophy, only twice had he scored less than thirty goals (28 in 2013-14 and 26 in 2015-16).
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The conquest of his seventh Pichichi also allowed him to equal the best historical record of consecutive Trophies (4), in the hands of Alfredo Di Stéfano and Hugo Sánchez. Di Stéfano chained his last four between 1955-56 and 1958-59, while the Mexican won his first four consecutively between 1984-85 and 1987-88.
Born in Rome, although with Neapolitan family roots, Aurelio De Laurentiis commands the destinies of Naples since he acquired it in 2004 when it had just gone bankrupt and was on the verge of disappearing after having descended to Serie C. In three years, this eccentric producer filmmaker that had shown no prior interest in football, returned Napoli to Serie A and has remained in the top flight of Italian football ever since, having gone on to challenge the all-powerful Juventus on occasion and having been able to conquer three Coppas and a Supercoppa from Italy.
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Son and nephew of two historical producers like Luigi and Dino De Laurentiis, he also directed his professional destiny to the cinema, with hundreds of films behind him through his company Filmauro.
But his instinct for business drove him to invest in football when he saw the opportunity and has remained the undisputed leader of Napoli ever since. The coaches and players who have known him during all these years have suffered from his volcanic character and his sharp tongue, which make him a bargain for journalists.
Aurelio De Laurentiis has been able to call Gonzalo Higuaín fat or to link Ezequiel Lavezzi with prostitutes and drinking. They also had them with the players and with Carlo Ancelotti because of the concentrations and after a riot, the episode ended with the termination of the coach.
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His latest crusade is to try to convince UEFA, a body he hates, that the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 between Napoli and Barcelona will not be played at the Camp Nou, although for the moment it has not achieved.
The early stages of Gennaro Gattuso’s managerial career did not bode well for a particularly bright future for the thirteen-year-old Milan midfielder, but the Italian has shown the tenacity and intelligence to overcome obstacles and reach the elite. , just as he did in his day when very few gave a penny for him as an elite player.
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Without being especially gifted on a technical level, Gattuso managed to become the soul of that Milan of Carlo Ancelotti who conquered two Champions Leagues during the first decade of the 21st century. The Calabrian midfielder was 1xbet casino bonuses a starter in those two finals in which Milan beat Juventus and Liverpool and managed to collect an extraordinary record, which includes a World Cup with the Italian team (2006) and 468 games no less with the ‘Rossonera’ shirt ‘, a figure available only to the chosen ones.
Gattuso took his first steps as a coach while rushing his football career at the Swiss Sion, where for a few months he worked as a player-coach. The formula failed and he was removed from office in May 2013.
Rino, as he is known in Italy, did not throw in the towel and returned to the charge that same year to sit on the bench for Palermo, who played in Serie B. The experience was also frustrating for Gattuso, who barely he kept five games before living his second dismissal. The leaders of the Sicilian team did not find the team’s performance sufficient after only five games.
The Naples coach had to wait for a new opportunity. He took over the Greek Crete OFI, but his stay there was also somewhat tempestuous, including a resignation.
In 2015 he landed at Pisa and achieved his first success as a coach, when he achieved promotion to Serie B. In any case, things were not idyllic either and Gattuso resigned again, although a month later he reconsidered his decision and returned to the ship. The following season Pisa ended up declining, despite being the team with the least thrashing.
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His first big opportunity came on the rebound. In May 2017 he took over the Milan subsidiary and six months later the dismissal of Vincenzo Montella opened wide the doors of the first team ‘Rossonero’, with which he achieved a runner-up in Coppa and a sixth place in the Series A. At the end of the following season he failed to qualify for the Champions League and submitted his resignation.
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He was unemployed when the opportunity came for another big bench. Last December he had to replace Carlo Ancelotti, whom he considers his soccer father, and has just won the first title of his career, a Coppa, after defeating Juventus in the final. Now he dreams of being in Lisbon after leaving Barcelona in the gutter. We will have to take it very seriously, because as a player he never gave up and as a coach he follows the same philosophy.
The sanctions, injuries and rebellious act of Brazilian Arthur Melo place Quique Setién, Blaugrana coach, very short of personnel to face the decisive match against Napoli on 8 August at the Camp Nou. The Cantabrian coach currently has a maximum of fourteen first-team players, in addition to Riqui Puig and Ansu Fati, the two youth players who have been in the professional squad for some time.