Cristiano will never be like Messi, Mikel Jordan or Federer

Former Italian soccer player Antonio Casano speaks to Sky Sports. He claimed to be “the biggest wasted talent”.

“I am the greatest talent wasted in the last few years because I threw up. I have to change that. I don’t want to practice. I have crossed the line too often.

Casano said: “Real Madrid is the biggest regret.

“My biggest regret is that I didn’t take the opportunity I had when I was playing in the biggest team in history with the strongest players at the time like Zidane, Ronaldo and others at the age of 23. I threw a sensational opportunity.

At the eternal debate, Messi-Cristiano Casano said:

“Cristiano Ronaldo is an innate product. You pay attention to it on social networks, where you see it eating stomachs with children and other things. It talks a lot about the media, less about Messi.

“But football is different. Cristiano Ronaldo is very strong, he built himself. Messi, on the other hand, is like Federer, Jordan and Maradona; something we will never see again in life. He has a great talent for nature. That is a great gift

That’s enough – it’s about time Chelsea bid farewell to the £ 90,000 weekly eviction

The 26-year-old Batshuai joined the Standard Liège youth system and, after an impressive period under the Belgian team leader, won a move to Marseille. After scoring 18 goals in the 2013/14 season, he moved to France.

In two seasons at the Orange Velodrome, he scored 26 goals in 62 League One matches and made a name for himself before moving to Stamford Bridge. But at Chelsea, the star fought for this season at a price of £ 90,000 per week and was loaned three times. With this term, he came under the command of Frank Lampard so the blue man had to sell it at a reasonable price.

Lampard did an excellent job in his first season as blues manager, putting his team in fourth place at the table. Although the Chelsea youth face many flaws, they have done a good job.

The attack team did a very good job before without a first class option. Tammy Abraham has so far led the line brilliantly, scoring 17 goals before injury. After French World Cup winner Olivier Giroud was forced to play, he resigned to do his job and the former Arsenal star was able to receive some regular start before Batshuay.

Of the 51 goals scored by Chelsea so far, the Belgian international has only contributed 1 goal and 1 assist in the 16 matches he played. Batshuay was unable to convince the manager and appeared to be formless. In this way, he must be allowed to leave until the end of the season, because he only has one year left from his contract with London.

The previous Belgian international spell didn’t help him much and he seems to be in decline. The only good time was when he played for Marseille early in his career. Because of this, blue must make a strong decision about their future.

With Abraham rising to a better striker, it’s time for the club to see its players. Keeping Batshuay in their rankings will also help waste their resources, and thus sales will open the way for changes in composition.

Batshuay spent most of the season on the bench and since Abraham performed well, the manager must try to attract someone who can compete with the young player. This can only happen if you sell your ex-husband from Marseille in the summer.

The key to fitness and training for the best blocking LaLiga

Training and routines are key to overcoming the challenge of blocking the corona virus, said LaLiga Guillermo Quadra Fernandez from Spain.

LaLiga has been banned since March due to strict social distance measures to prevent the spread of the deadly virus. This has affected the lives of all Spaniards – from construction workers to office workers to top politicians and athletes.

Quadra Fernandez quickly rose to the top of Spanish justice and became an international official in his second year when he took over the La Liga match. Like everyone else, he watched COVID-19 swim around the world, waiting for when normal life could begin again.

“There are signs that the situation in Spain is improving with full commitment and at the moment we should not think about playing anymore. We must wait for the situation to improve. LaLiga is not very important,” he said.

“Human health is the most important and the right actions are being taken. In football, we follow instructions from the (soccer) association, which is recommended by the Ministry of Health and scientists.”

The referee, based in Mallorca, said he was accustomed to his daily work, which was coordinated by the Spanish Federation and UEFA.

“I do a fitness plan at home with a treadmill, a motorbike, and I can do high-intensity exercise with interval training to increase my heart rate,” he said.

“It’s important to maintain our muscles and eat well. So avoid foods that gain weight. I am following UEFA and the association program. I have an individual training plan and diet prepared by coaches and nutritionists as long as there may be a joint plan for all referees.

“I’m fine and I’m used to quarantine, where I only go shopping once a week. Initially it was more difficult because I was less organized, but now I have everything to do with work and relaxation on location. The weather is quite bright at the moment. We has a balcony so I can get some fresh air. “

He also explained how being a referee involved a large number of studies.

“This is an ongoing training and development process,” he said. “You will receive UEFA and association material to study with videos to watch and technical material to take. I continue this at home with physical training.”

Quadra Fernandez lives at home in Mallorca with her colleague, who is a nurse at a local hospital and has seen the impact of the corona virus for the first time.

He continued: “He made direct contact when he treated patients in the hospital so that we could see what was happening and what was the impact.

“We must be very careful not to spread the virus. That means that when he returns from the office, he must wash, change clothes, and disinfect the area … we follow the instructions.”