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Posted by Roy Nemer (Roy Nemer) Saturday, April 26, 2014 Go To Comments

Gonzalo HIGUAIN out injured

Gonzalo HIGUAIN was substituted out injured for Napoli.

Gonzalo HIGUAIN had to be substituted off at the end of Napoli's match against Inter. The Napoli medical team has stated that HIGUAIN has a big bruise on his right ankle and evaluations will be done in the upcoming days. The initial reaction is that it isn't something serious.




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Pradi
(India)
Posted on 4/28/2014 at 11:04 PM
0
If FIFA is working for de good f football, teams n mngrs parking bus shud be punished...


Johnny
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/28/2014 at 9:38 PM
0
A shame for Liverpool fans Abs and I'm a Mourinho hater from a long time back. OTOH it did us Man City fans a big favor. Plus, its not over yet...


Abs
(United States)
Posted on 4/28/2014 at 7:30 PM
1
@Johnny:

Why man why ??

Listen, I was expecting the lose, and I would be happy with it, but to play like this and actually end up winning is what I can't stand. Moushit is a shame to football, and I disagree with anyone who says "as long as you win" because Chelsea didn't play to win, not even to draw, they played to kill any thing related to football.

JUST PATHETIC !!


SulaV
(Canada)
Posted on 4/28/2014 at 3:27 PM
0
@johnny
no its pastore and kevin nash :D


Chalz
(Oman)
Posted on 4/28/2014 at 2:18 PM
0
Kidulthood, hope u r reading everything....
.
He is not fit for national level... Simple as that.
.
There are better players thats my point.


Johnny
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/28/2014 at 2:45 AM
0
Is that Mr. Bean carrying Pipita off the pitch ?


Istiaque
(Bangladesh)
Posted on 4/28/2014 at 1:05 AM
0
last night Liverpool got the taste of playing against a parked bus! Don't worry Liverpool, it's just the beginning!!


pablo.d
(New Zealand)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 11:28 PM
0
can and johnny: form a list on sosa and we will all sign it.
i see the same from him.


Johnny
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 11:25 PM
1
Amen Caniggia. Exactly as I see Sosa.


Caniggia
(Hong Kong)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 11:15 PM
1
What I disliked most about Sosa in the national team was that he continuously gave the ball away through poor control and poor passing when going forward. He took the sting out of each and every attack that went through him. I doubt anything has changed since we last saw him on the field for Argentina.


dammage7
(United Kingdom)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 4:53 PM
0
sosa subbed on 69 minute...subbed off 90th


el principe
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 3:02 PM
3
@Kid

Sosa won the most hated player in Mundo Albiceleste a year ago or so. I think you had yet to join the site. He was hated even more than Rojo or Di Maria here (back then Di Maria was among top three our most hated player).

I never like Sosa because simply I don't see anything good in him at all. I think he should never play attacking midfielder in his career. It was his mistake. You ask why we don't like him? Well because his offensive set of skill is extremely limited. He's slow, he can't really dribble, he's not a good shooter, he's not a great passer (except back pass). Yes he does not make too many mistakes, but he does not do anything either since he plays too safe. He just wants to make back pass most of the time.

And why we hate him then? Because back then Maradona and Sabella kept trusting him and even STARTED him over some of the obvious better midfielders/strikers (from Pastore to Aguero/Higuain).

You're saying why then Simeone likes him? Well I think just for 2 reasons. First he's an Argentine. Secondly, he's a blue collar hard working player. Something that fits Atletico DNA.philosophy who plays with passion and emphasize on hard work.

If you see Atletico, Who are Koke, Turan, Gabi, Raul Garcia, Mario Suarez, or Diego? Most of them are either young players (Koke) or European flops (Diego or Gabi). Simeone can change his mediocre players to work together as a strong unit. I am sure if other coaches coached Atletico, they would have been mid table at best.

Sosa is also another Europe flop. Bayern thought he was one of the bright Argentina young talents as they rarely bough Argentina players, but they were wrong.

As for me, I don't really hope Sosa to make the final 23. He really offers nothing. Yes he's hard working and play defense, but we have a lot other midfielders who are blue collar and can play defense such as Guinazu, Augusto Fernandez, or Maxi.


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 2:34 PM
0
Arglover Biglia in my opinion is already world class at the moment.I agree with you that Biglia and Rojo will be break through stars at this year world cup and so too Fernandez and Banega, he (Banega) will have a shot on the national stage to get his career back on track this summer..


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 2:31 PM
0
Chalz to be fair Sosa been in the team since 2012, so I don't constantly get this Sosa bashing..If Sosa wasn't a good player then Semeone would not have select him for Atletico Madrid..Everyone calling for Semeone to be coach of the NT but just as how he select Sosa for his club team he will likely do the same with the Argentina NT.


Arglover
(South Africa)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 2:24 PM
0
Btw, Biglia had another superb game in their 2-0 win over Livorno, Biglia is one of the top 3 tacklers in world football at the moment, Biglia, Rojo will be the breakthrough stars at the upcoming World cup.


Chalz
(Oman)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 2:22 PM
0
Sabella travels.... His assistants travel..... What for again and again????.... Sosa is already in the list and others not.... Then why????
.
AFA is rich????
.
If Sabella wins the world cup .... It will be the best team building i had ever seen.... If not then the bigbeat joke in Argentině history.


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 2:08 PM
0
Sabella traveled to Europe to talk to some players and watch parties in England, Spain and Italy along with his assistants.


el principe
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 1:57 PM
1
BTW, Joaquin Ibanez was for me the best left back of the tournament and definitely one of the best players, the top scorer of Argentina among in the World Cup U-17 as LEFT BACK with 4 goals in 6 games. He also wears #17, the same number as our left back, Marcos Rojo.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2013_FIFA_U-17_World_Cup

Argentina also had Mati Sanchez (next Banega/Gago), Mammana (next Ayala), Driussi, Battala, Tripicchio (next Zanetti), and others.


el principe
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 1:46 PM
1
@Msi2

Man, did you watch WC U-17 starring Joaquin Ibanez? I watched the whole games of Argentina from the group stage til they got eliminated. I know who the real talents were.

Joaquin Ibanez is a striker/midfielder in the club but in WC U-17 playing for ARGENTINA, he played left back.

I think you're way off haha,..


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 12:52 PM
0
Can't help it Johnny..lol You have a lot of glory hunters on various chat site (BR,ESPN soccernet and, Goal.com) backing Liverpool because they were in the lead now you will see them jumping ship to Man City or Chelsea if they're in the position to win the league..


Arglover
(South Africa)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 12:25 PM
0
@msi2, no man! Ibanez is a left back.


Johnny
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 12:16 PM
1
Let's not get carried away Kid.:)


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 12:07 PM
0
Where is @ForeverBatiGol? You still think Liverpool is going to win the BPL title? Liverpool defense is way too weak bro, they already behind on goal difference if they were to tie with Man City on points yet you were making fun of Demechelis couple weeks ago..Demechelis is 10X better than Sakho at age 33.


Johnny
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 11:26 AM
2
Somewhere, Abs is in pain.


msi2
(France)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 11:15 AM
0
elprincipe> ahah sometimes you're way off.


Joaquin Ibañez is a striker, he has nothing to be the next Chamot...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1sb-3N4i5U


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 11:00 AM
0
Liverpool has no defense, how do they expect to win the league when they're conceding goals in every game..


guled
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 10:57 AM
0
if the rumours are to believed it looks like sabella is open to adding new players to the squad, players he never called before we will see


guled
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 10:45 AM
0
sabella will go to Europe to see some players before announcing his squad


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 8:55 AM
0
di3z_dion Thanks for the update on Higuain and welcome to you man..


Diego-maniac
(Lebanon)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 8:53 AM
0
Partenopei have confirmed that they expect an update on the striker's condition in the coming days after he was stretchered off during their 0-0 draw with Inter on Saturday

Napoli face an anxious wait to discover the extent of the injury suffered by Gonzalo Higuain during their 0-0 stalemate with Inter at San Siro.

The Argentina striker was forced off in the closing stages of the Serie A encounter after a heavy challenge from defender Marco Andreolli and received oxygen as he was carried from the pitch.

The Azzurri confirmed on Saturday that the former Real Madrid forward suffered an impact injury to his ankle, which has put his involvement in next week's Coppa Italia final in serious doubt.

"Strong blunt trauma to the right tibia," a statement on the club's official website read.

"This the outcome of examinations submitted this morning on Gonzalo Higuain after the collision during Inter-Napoli with Andreolli.

"Clinical tests have confirmed what was first diagnosed yesterday.

"[Higuain] today had therapy and his condition will be evaluated in the coming days."

Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella will also take a keen interest in the fitness of Higuain, who is expected to be a part of his World Cup plans.

The 26-year-old has scored 24 times in 44 games since joining Partenopei last August for a reported €40 million and has helped them to third in Serie A so far this campaign.


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 8:52 AM
0
Garay, Fernandez, Musacchio, Rojo, Fazio, Vergini (only first season in England and he will only get better as time goes on in Europe) Orban, Lisandro Lopez and Peruzzi..Argentina defense will be world class for another decade..There is no other NT around with such defensive depth both for now and the future..


di3z_dion
(Albania)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 8:50 AM
1
Hi everybody out there. This is my ever first time to write on this great blog, as before I have always been a spectator, enjoying to read the comments. As I can see, we the Albiceleste fans are a race hard to die, and we are all die-hard fans.

When people ask me, "why are you an Argentina fan?", I always reply that the first football match I remember is the 1990 final... I was 6 years old and some light sparked in my heart and made me love this team. Imagine what a trauma this was for me as a kid to see then Argentina lose for a non existent penalty.

Was it because of Maradona (I won't ever forget in my life his crying)? Probably, as many people who are not Argentinians but are fans of the Albiceleste, their reason for being a fan is, Maradona, Batistuta, etc, always one great player which Argentina bred and will always continue to breed, so to give to the world some great player to enjoy the real football.

I always reply to people who ask me, "aren't you pissed off and sad that Argentina has had so many failures to the expectations the world has for this team? If I was you, I'd change team". I then start to smile and answer: "It's a heart thing, a love thing, I can do nothing against it. I enjoy football and love the Albiceleste. I will die and be an Argentinian fan in heaven or hell or wherever we go in the afterlife. "

We Albiceleste fans are always in shivers when the World cup starts. It is rightfully so because we always want to lift that Golden Cup after the God of Football himself lifted it in 1986. I was too young, a toddler to remember it... what a pity.

I will probably say now what most of you guys already said, but I will nevertheless say it. Most of the times we were eliminated because of bad luck, 2006 or also 1994 more or less. But in all these years, we were eliminated because we didn't have a playing strategy and team chemistry. Our team always was stud with stars (this was a reason for the others to always consider Argentina as a favorite team), but it doesn't mean that it's a ticket to victory. Too many stars will always collide, it's a matter of fact. It's the coach duty to engineer the matching chemistry among the players. And in this, we have not been very lucky.

Needless to say the lacking of a playing strategy has doomed us.... The 2010 clearly witnessed it. Being the God of Football doesn't mean to be also off the field and Diego was simply not adapted to the role of a coach. Charisma and one-man show don't match with good quality football (Mourinho is a witness in this too, his team never excelled in good football). It's simple to judge the facts that have already happened. I wouldn't blame Maradona or anybody who chose him, because of the emotions and joys Diez has given to Argentina and their fans. "Try it to know it". I won't even bother to comment Batista, a complete failure.

My friends always keep telling, present Argentina's attack is good but midfield and defense suck. I am happy to hear this because they clearly don't know what has happened from 2010 WC or 2011 AC... We have now a clear and defined style of play, based on team chemistry and stealthy counter-attack and of course with the F4.

We are not a physical team (Neither Spain it is, and they've been winning everything available from 2008 till now), but we have the best tackler and action destroyer in the world in Masch and also a solid defense, midfield and attack that's based on CHEMISTRY. Our players now on the pitch are not headless chickens, like in 2010 and 2011 but have a well defined scheme, know their roles and duties and don't even need to look the teammate when passing the ball, they'll simply pass and the ball will fall on their feet like a feather on the cap.

After so many delusions, we needed to have a coach like Sabella. In my opinion and it's also a matter of fact, two things make a great coach: a well defined style of play of his team and much, much humbleness from his side. And Sabella gave us both, Argentina qualified with maximum points with a well defined playing style. And he remained down to earth in all his interviews. Good so Sabella, we finally needed someone like you.

Being the Argentina's coach is always a huge pressure. Pressure from AFA (BTW, Grondona, when will you gracefully leave AFA and this world, you thug?), pressure from the Argentinian people and fans, inside and outside the world. But he resisted to all of these by simply ignoring them. There will always be some choices we don't understand, why call this and not call that. We fans as we are longing for results and want them NOW, will always agree and disagree. I personally think he's right not to call Tevez (please name me his fatal contributions to the team), or I think he's wrong not to call Willy. But, brothers in arms called by the love of Argentina, where has always been a case when fans 100% agreed with their coach's choices?

We needed a coach like Sabella... a tactician and down-to-earth gentleman.

I also feel that recent bleak form of Messi is in fact a blessing. May he's doing it purposely, but it's a blessing for him to arrive rested and injury-free in this WC. It's his last chance to give the maximum with the NT, since a player at 27 years old is at the maximum of the physical and intelligence capacities, it's complete ripe.

I don't know if this means that we will lift that long-longed for Cup, but I have a feeling that, barring injuries) we will go far this time.

I know that my post has nothing to do with this article. I am currently in Italy and I assure you guys that Pipita's injury is not a grave one. Rest assured, we will have our beast playing very soon.


baker
(India)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 8:24 AM
0
Latest on Higuain - Official Napoli
statement: "The outcome of
examinations submitted this
morning on Gonzalo Higuain after
the collision with Andreolli have
confirmed what was first diagnosed
yesterday. Strong blunt trauma to
the right tibia. Higuain today had
therapy and his condition will be
evaluated in the coming days"


Julker9
(Bangladesh)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 6:57 AM
0
el principe, i read that otherthan 23 players Argentina will bring some young future guns to practice at World Cup. Diego Simeone's son Giovani Simeone who played at River is one of them! But where you found the news of Diego? If it's true than may be for the first time of Argentina's football history a coach works as an assistant at the WC who could be a Champions league winner !!


Nithe
(Nepal)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 6:34 AM
0
Get well soon !!!!!!!!!!!!


el principe
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 6:11 AM
2
The future coach of Argentina, Diego Simeone will go to the World Cup to help Argentina as one of 10 training coaches assisting Argentina 23 players in training.

What a humbled coach he is. For a WORLD CLASS coach, who possibly win the La Liga and CL this year to be willing to come to the World Cup just to help Argentina in "small matters"?

That just shows how much he loves Argentina. His passion for the team he loves is what makes him such a great coach.

Do you still remember his passion in the World Cup 1998 when he red carded Beckham and won us in a dramatic thriller?

Other than 23 players, Argentina will also bring some youth players who will be the sparring for the 23 players. They include: Augusto Batalla, Tomás Martínez y Matías Sánchez (River), José Devecchi (San Lorenzo), Ricardo Moreira (Independiente), Tiago Casasola (Boca), Enrique Sánchez (Vélez) y Joaquín Ibañez (Lanús).

Lo mejor youngsters in the country there! Matias Sanchez, the next Gago/Banega can learn from both players there! Joaquin Ibanez, a mixed etween Jose Chamot and Sorin can be more motivated there seeing his position is in high demand in Argentina.

Tomas Martinez can learn from some of our attacking players. Casasola is our future defender. He and Mammana. Battala hopefully will live up to the expectation.

Those young kids might represent Argentina in the future as official players.

Do you know one of the small kids who was the sparring partner of Maradona's Argentina 2010? His name is Erik Lamela.


outlaw
(Poland)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 5:30 AM
0
Palacio and Cambiasso were really good yesterday. But Palacio must be very tired. Behind him only one player in Serie A played from beginning to end every match of this season.


el principe
(United States)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 4:45 AM
0
Marcos Rojo wanted by 3 reds: Arsenal, Liverpool, and MU.

"It is pleasing that the boy is appreciated by the big clubs of international importance, but at the moment there is nothing concrete. It is not the right time to talk about the future of Rojo, not until after June."
Carlos Goncalves, Rojo's agent.

http://talksport.com/football/transfer-latest-why-arsenal-and-liverpool-want-argentina-star-14040586213


pablo.d
(New Zealand)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 2:56 AM
0
so true sir...
hey im sure I've heard that saying about some thing else lol


Johnny
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 2:41 AM
1
Computers ! Can't live with 'em and can't live without 'em.


pablo.d
(New Zealand)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 2:37 AM
0
Johnny,
ive some kudos to leave for you but I cant do it from this new computer we have here, for some reason it wont do it maybe a windows 8.1 problem?.
ill leave some from the work one :)

for any computer people I get this
"The server can not find the requested page:

error.mindfieldsolutions.com/error.aspx?logo=http://mundoalbiceleste.com/images/logo.png&Url=http://mundoalbiceleste.com (port 80)

Please forward this error screen to error.mindfieldsolutions.com's WebMaster.


pablo.d
(New Zealand)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 1:37 AM
1
yes the ducktail was a better "do".
I think on if any potential simeone moves will depend on what he wins.
I don't see him as a man utd manager, he would be great at my club, exactly what we need to kick some ass of the lazy and over payers players we have at Tottenham.


Johnny
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 12:58 AM
1
@pablo.d-I think I prefer Simeone's old greasy ducktail rather than the "I'm 22 again" hairdo. I would think Simeone has a decent chance to go to the EPL if he wanted to, despite the hair and the Snidely Whiplash outfit. Sunderland hired Di Canio, so the field is wide open.


sandy
(India)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 12:32 AM
0
http://imgur.com/a/mtq6U
according to this statistics, we have got the easiest group and Ghana has got the tuffest group!


pablo.d
(New Zealand)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 12:03 AM
0
Hello Johnny,
my self id be happy to see pochettino holding the reins at Tottenham.
I do believe it would be a good match for both of us.

my no 1 choice would be simeone but their is more chance of that snowball not melting below then him signing for us.
n.b who is simeone's hair stylist and what were they "on" when they cut his hair.


rasel
(Bangladesh)
Posted on 4/27/2014 at 12:02 AM
0
higuin is the key player for argntina nt. messi higuin dmaria combination is the best. aguero best as a substitute. but if aguero start by replacing huguin then messi aguero dmaria combination is not effective from previous matches last 4 years. but fantastic four is excelent but sabella will use f4 with weak team. argentine player should play safely in upcoming matches before wc. they have to win the big so they have to save fitness now......


Johnny
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 11:43 PM
1
Hey pablo.d-Dead on remarks yesterday about Sherwood. I tried to give you some kudos but my internet speed was out of whack and wouldn't let me. He is a complete disaster from A to Z.

Another poor performance by Spurs last night, though they squeaked out three points against the Stoke rugby team. Word is that Pochettino could be on the way, especially if Southampton allow other clubs to sweep in for Lallana and Shaw. I think that would be good news for Spurs fans.


FIL
(India)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 11:28 PM
0
Thank god...its nt tht series


pablo.d
(New Zealand)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 11:17 PM
1
as Judge Dredd would say "nothing to see here, move on citizens"


Johnny
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 10:52 PM
0
Not a sprain, just a bad bruise. Nothing to worry about.


mmh007
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 7:58 PM
0
Pheww!!!
Another escape :))


FIL
(India)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 7:08 PM
0
Its nt series...according to reports he wont be even taken for an x-ray.


SulaV
(Canada)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 6:49 PM
0
is that pastore stretching off higuain??? :D


mmh007
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 6:24 PM
0
I agree with el principe. Higuain should forget about the Cup final and completely rest


miskan
(Indonesia)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 6:22 PM
0
oooohhh god not this man one...the other one..more back...yes more and mooore back


el principe
(United States)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 6:02 PM
0
Sprained ankle has many grades. If he has the mild sprained ankle, then he can still walk, run, jump. But since it is his right foot that got injured, he'd better rest for at least 3 weeks. As a soccer player, he will need his right ankle to be 100% healed.


Alkan
(Argentina)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 5:28 PM
0
Hopefully it's not bad at all and he gets to rest for a couple matches.


Pachorra
(Vatican City State)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 5:22 PM
0
Just a scared... Not to worry:
http://movil.as.com/noticia/actualidad/alarmante-lesion-higuain/daspor/20140426dasnas_20/Tes


Roy Nemer
(Canada)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 5:21 PM
2
Higuain's injury does not look to be serious. He might even be available for the Coppa Italia final on May 2. There shouldn't be any fears of him missing the World Cup.


Arglover
(South Africa)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 5:18 PM
0
SBnation reports that after initial investigations Higuains injury is not as worse as it first appeared.


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 5:16 PM
1
There are concerns for Gonzalo Higuain after he was stretchered off in tears during Napoli’s 0-0 draw at Inter.

The striker was pulling the trigger in the final minutes of the game at San Siro when his shot was bravely blocked off by Marco Andreolli.

Pipita was in visible pain, as he followed through and appeared to kick his right ankle against Andreolli’s shin pad.

“Gonzalo Higuain has a trauma to the right ankle, which will be evaluated over the next few days,” read a statement from the club.

Initial reports from the stadium suggest it is only a heavy bruise with a slight sprain and he won’t even be taken to hospital for an X-Ray.

There are still fears for Higuain, as Napoli play the Coppa Italia Final against Fiorentina next Saturday.

However, those concerned for Argentina and the World Cup should be reassured by these reports.


maanus
(India)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 5:14 PM
0
Oh my god .......


Abs
(United States)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 5:13 PM
0
I am very worried it is a serious injury !!


pablo.d
(New Zealand)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 5:09 PM
0
ye gods what next


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 4/26/2014 at 5:08 PM
0
Great :)

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