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Notizie varie

Messaggio da leggereda Ojo_Feliz » 08/09/2009, 20:34

Questa è proprio assurda...
Ricordate che Fabio Aurelio si era fatto male giocando con il figlio?
Bene, non poteva certo essere questo l'infortunio più assurdo della sua carriera... Si può fare di meglio...
E il brasiliano ce l'ha fatta!
Oggi Fabio Aurelio s'è lussato la spalla nel campo d'allenamento mentre giocava a calcio a 5... Direte voi, e che c'è di strano... Qualche contrasto, una caduta.... No, lui s'è sfasciato una spalla togliendosi la pettorina di allenamento! Idolo assoluto! :asd:
Pare che si fosse messo una pettorina destinata ai ragazzi delle squadre giovanili e quindi molto più piccola della sua misura e nel provare a togliersela ha fatto tutto quel danno.

Liverpool-Kop understands that whilst preparing for the usual five-a-side game, Aurelio dislocated his shoulder whilst pulling on his five-a-side training bib.

It appears that Aurelio picked up a smaller youth team bib by accident, and the resultant tightness when trying to pull it on directly caused the injury.

Liverpool physio Dave Galley explained:

"The dislocation occurred because Fabio pulled the bib down at the wrong angle, and the consequent pressure exerted by the tightness of the bib unfortunately caused his shoulder to pop out of place.

"We had to cut the bib away, as trying to pull off something wedged so tightly against his body would have exacerbated the injury".



Incredibile come nel 2009 in una squadra professionistica di tale livello possa esserci un infortunio simile....
BREAKING NEWS: Fabio Aurelio injured again in freak training ground incident

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Messaggio da leggereda waldaz » 08/09/2009, 21:28

a parte che ne ho approfittato per aprire questo thread che magari tornerà utile

Ojo, ma l'hai letto TUTTO? :lol:

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Messaggio da leggereda Syd » 08/09/2009, 21:30

Premio cretino 2009 non glielo leva nessuno
"Nel periodo della televisione a colori, abbiamo vinto più di tutti”.
(cit. A.G.)

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Messaggio da leggereda Dan Robin » 08/09/2009, 21:32

un mito... andrebbe di diritto nella classifica degli 'infortuni + assurdi' del Times :lol:
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Messaggio da leggereda Ojo_Feliz » 08/09/2009, 21:47

waldaz ha scritto:a parte che ne ho approfittato per aprire questo thread che magari tornerà utile

Ojo, ma l'hai letto TUTTO? :lol:


Non c'era prima (credo) :rolley:
Maledetti :incazz:

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Messaggio da leggereda StevieG » 08/09/2009, 23:47

Liverpool reported in tap-up row

Liverpool are the club reported by Crewe over an alleged illegal approach to sign a player from their academy, BBC Radio Stoke understands.

Crewe's director of football Dario Gradi revealed on Monday his club had made the complaint and the player in question is 15-year-old Max Clayton.

Liverpool were linked with Clayton in February 2008 and were willing to pay a six-figure sum to take him to Anfield.

Liverpool told BBC Sport they had no comment to make.

Crewe rejected Liverpool's initial approach for Clayton, but Gradi says the teenager now wants to leave the League Two outfit.

He told the Daily Express: "Max has come in and told us that he wants to leave right now to join a big club.

"You worry financially for the clubs where the players are stolen from.

"What sort of compensation are we going to get for all the work that has gone into developing him? Any compensation is insignificant for the effort that gone in.

"It's simple, the big clubs are stealing other people's players."

Gradi revealed the news in the wake of the decision to ban Chelsea from signing any players until January 2011.

The 68-year-old, who managed Crewe between 1983 and 2007, brought players such as David Platt, Danny Murphy, Seth Johnson, Robbie Savage and Dean Ashton through the ranks at the Alexandra Stadium during his time in charge.

Gradi has given his support to Fifa's decision to place a transfer embargo on Chelsea, after they were found guilty of inducing 18-year-old French midfielder Gael Kakuta to break his contract with Lens in 2007.

Chelsea have already confirmed that they will launch the "strongest possible appeal" to the ruling.

Manchester United could also face an investigation after it emerged that another French club, Le Havre, are going to ask Fifa to look into Paul Pogba's move to Old Trafford in August.

"I'm delighted with what has happened with Chelsea," added Gradi. "I would hope all the big clubs are frightened to death. There is no excuse for breaking the rules.

"We lost a 12-year-old to Everton. He was our best 12-year-old. The lure is that the bigger clubs pay big expenses.

"This kid will be getting several hundred pounds a week in expenses. We pay expenses but nothing like that. It's more a case of giving out £20 if someone can pick a kid up en-route.

"At least Fifa have given the smaller clubs hope."


http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/footbal ... 241607.stm


Bene, mancavamo solo noi...
Praticamente abbiamo provato a prendere questo Clayton, ma il Crewe ha rifiutato di trattare.
Ora il giocatore vuole lasciare la sua squadra per avere l'opportunità di giocare in un club più prestigioso...
Sono l'unico a non vedere nessun comportamento scorretto da parte nostra?

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Messaggio da leggereda Cikko » 09/09/2009, 13:50

pare che l'infortunio sia lieve e sia già disponibile per il Burnley

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Messaggio da leggereda StevieG » 12/09/2009, 3:08

Liverpool’s £80m shirt deal equals biggest ever

Liverpool have secured a new shirt sponsorship deal that equals the most lucrative in football history after signing a four-year agreement with Standard Chartered, the London-based international bank, worth £80 million over four years.

With their present deal with Carlsberg due to expire in mid-2010, Liverpool’s commercial department, headed by Ian Ayre, has been looking for a money-spinning agreement in keeping with the club’s status as one of the most recognisable brands in world sport. Until July, an exclusivity accord with Carlsberg prevented them from entering into talks with any other interested parties but once that had expired, Liverpool moved swiftly to tie up a new deal.

Carlsberg has enjoyed a 17-year relationship with Liverpool, one of the longest-running associations in world sport, but was unwilling to match the £20 million a season offer made by Standard Chartered, which equals the deal struck by Manchester United with Aon Corp, the American financial giant, in June.

Liverpool have long been criticised by their supporters for punching below their weight when it comes to commercial opportunities but the sponsorship deal struck by Ayre, the commercial director, is an indication that the club are beginning to make the most of their glittering history and worldwide fan base.

The fact that the Merseyside club have secured a sponsorship arrangement on a par with United’s is also hugely symbolic, with Liverpool having trailed some way behind their North West rivals for several years in terms of commercial enterprise. Liverpool’s deal with Carlsberg, for example, is worth just £7.2 million per annum, a figure that fell short of United’s £14 million income from AIG, the American insurance corporation.

The deal with Standard Chartered will be confirmed by Liverpool imminently, with George Gillett Jr, the club’s co-owner, having admitted during a radio interview that he expects a formal announcement to be made on Friday. “I think people will be pleased and surprised,” Gillett said. “It will be one of the great, worldwide corporations. And I think it will be a sponsor people will be pleased and surprised to be [associated with].”

For the first time since he bought Liverpool along with Tom Hicks in February 2007, Gillett has admitted that he could be willing to sell the club “if someone gets beamed in who’s got bags of money”.

But the revelation was tempered by the American’s admission that he would “probably” be at the helm for the long term.

“The club is in outstanding shape,” Gillett said. “Economically, it’s never been stronger. We just paid down our debt very substantially. We have less debt per dollar than any club in the league.”

Liverpool, meanwhile, have sealed a £250,000 deal with Southend United for the transfer of Michael Ngoo, a 16-year-old centre forward who was also being watched by Manchester United. Ngoo, who is 6ft 4in and has been likened in style to Peter Crouch, impressed during a recent trial with United but Liverpool have beaten their North West rivals to his signature after meeting Southend’s asking price.

In a departure from the recent furore surrounding the transfers of a number of teenagers, the deal for Ngoo has not resulted in acrimony between Liverpool and Southend, with the Coca-Cola League One club praising their Barclays Premier League counterparts for the way negotiations were conducted.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/ ... 831489.ece


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Passare dai 7,2 milioni della Carlsberg, ai 20 di questa Standard Chartered non può che essere positivo.
Spero solo che parte dei soldi incassati vengano utilizzati per il mercato...

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Messaggio da leggereda Ojo_Feliz » 12/09/2009, 15:21

Dichiarazioni abbastanza forti di Reina, che dice come puntare al titolo quest'anno non sia realistico.
Considerando quanto sia importante questa stagione per i Reds, non sono proprio le parole migliori per dare fiducia al progetto di Benitez.
Addirittura parla di rassegnazione...
League title unrealistic - Reina

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Messaggio da leggereda Tam1984 » 13/09/2009, 12:15

andando a firenze ho sentito delle voci che vedrebbero un gemellaggio con i fiorentini tra l'altro malvisto dalla stampa perchè sotto ci sarebbe la comune visione sulla famosa tragedia degli juventini (heysel)... qualcuno ne sà qualcosa?
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