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Posted by Roy Nemer (Roy Nemer) Saturday, July 19, 2014 Go To Comments

Roberto PEREYRA close to joining Juventus

Reports coming out of Italy are that Juventus are close to signing Roberto PEREYRA from Udinese. The signing would be on a 1 year loan deal with the option for Juventus to buy him at 12 million Euro's at the end of the season.




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El Coronel
(Brazil)
Posted on 7/20/2014 at 8:44 PM
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Although nobody knows me, I'm back.
I want to participate more often in discussions here, because I'm extremely fan of Argentina and soon now that the World Cup was played here, but I have trouble with English xD
Anyway I will participate to the extent possible.
About the topic, Pereyra arose at the time of Lamela, a sub-20 where Eric has always had more name, however, Pereyra was doing the basic work so well made and constant obviously it will substitute but I think he is too versatile to not get good chances to play, I see plenty of room for him in the argentina squad and the kid seems to have been well underway since always been very regular and first think when you play on the team but not without the typical technical skill of the Argentine player.


Ayr18
(United States)
Posted on 7/20/2014 at 3:00 PM
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Paredes will learn from totti ;)


ddr1123
(United States)
Posted on 7/20/2014 at 10:21 AM
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OFFICIAL: AS Roma have signed 20 year-old Argentine forward Leandro Paredes on a season-long loan from Boca Juniors.


Khan
(Bangladesh)
Posted on 7/20/2014 at 5:49 AM
1
Brasil is looking as they are learning from Argentina. They are appointing Dunga again, who made the best Brasil of last 2 decades 'defensively'. Honestly saying: Brasil 2010 + Messi = Argentina 2014


arg2014
(Canada)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 11:52 PM
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@SulaV: Pastore is the kind of player that doesn't improve much....He didn't play well for the NT in 2010....also what I noticed about him when playing for both his club or the NT, he has no personality or fighting spirit for whatsoever. I first thought he's had a potential, but now I wouldn't gamble on him. He's also made of glass.


arg2014
(Canada)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 11:48 PM
0
so now, we will have to go back to Barca/R.Madrid cat and mouse fight all over again....I feel sick watching Ronaldo again doing his matador dance after scoring: "look at me, here I am bigger than legends". Nothing tops the world cup.

I also heard that Luis Enrigue will use Messi in a deeper role behind Neymar and Suarez. I honestly don't like this change as we know Messi won't score much in this position or on the right wing. Messi as a center forward upfront can be a scoring machine, and nothing works for him better. Bad move from Enrique if he wants to keep Messi with Barca. Also, since both Neymar and Suarez won't be available for a while now, all the work will be expected to come from Messi, so that could be hectic for the FIFA best player.


SulaV
(Canada)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 11:19 PM
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If lamela icardi iturbe and pastore live up to their potential then no one can stop us form conquering russia..


arg2014
(Canada)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 9:30 PM
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If we take Pereyra to WC 2018, he would spend all time in tattoo stores in Moscow since they are very cheap over there between $50-70. He can take Osvaldo and Lavezzi with him.


KidultHood
(United States)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 6:20 PM
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look at the German players and Spanish players, even Dutch players..You'll never see a bunch of them pasting their entire body with Tattoos..The ink is getting to the brains of these Argentine players, they need to quit with these punk rock tattoo crap all over their bodies..Seem as soon as these guys get a pay check they go under the ink..Tattoo businesses in Argentina must be doing really great!!!


claudio cruz
(Argentina)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 6:15 PM
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Humberto Grondona is corrupt as his father


claudio cruz
(Argentina)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 6:14 PM
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/worldcup2014/article-2681008/Humberto-Grondona-FIFA-vice-presidents-son-admits-selling-tickets.html

Humberto Grondona, FIFA vice-president's son, admits selling on World Cup tickets
Julio Grondona is senior FIFA vice-president
Humberto works for the organisation as a technical adviser
He admitted selling on some of his tickets having paid over £5,000 for 24 matches

FIFA do not allow employees to sell on tickets

11 people have been arrested by Brazilian police in touting investigation
Some World Cup tickets have been sold at eight-times their value

The son of the second most powerful man in world football has become embroiled in a World Cup ticket scandal.

Humberto Grondona, son of Argentina’s senior FIFA vice-president Julio Grondona, has admitted to selling on tickets to a friend contrary to FIFA’s regulations.


The tickets are among those seized by Brazilian police as part of investigations into ticket touting which has seen 11 people arrested.

Pictures of one of the tickets seized with Humberto Grondona’s name on it has been circulated.


The disclosure that Grondona’s son has been involved is a huge embarrassment to FIFA - he has a post as a technical adviser to the world governing body.


His father has been a FIFA executive committee member since 1988 and is also chairman of FIFA’s powerful finance committee.


Grondona junior told Argentinian TV station TYC he spent more than 9,000 US dollars (£5,244) on 24 category one tickets for group games and knock-out matches including a semi-final and final and had sold some on to a friend.


He said: 'I bought all of them for more than 9,000 dollars, I have a friend that is someone very well known in Argentina who wanted to come and I sold to him some of these tickets.

'He on his part gave the tickets to another friend, what they then did with the tickets I have no idea.'


Asked for the identity of the person he sold the tickets to, Grondona junior added: 'I cannot tell you.


'But do you think I would dirty my hands for 220 dollars (£128)? The truth is that I have no idea where these tickets went to.'


FIFA emailed all employees and everyone on the World Cup delegation list before the tournament warning them not to sell on tickets, which have an electronic chip which makes them traceable back to the person who purchased the.


Delia Fischer, FIFA’s head of media, would not comment on the investigation but said if anyone was found to have breached regulations they would face disciplinary action.


She told a news conference in Rio: 'We cannot comment on ongoing investigations but anyone who has violated the regulations will be sanctioned.


'I cannot go into specific cases but we need to see the source of the original tickets and how the tickets ended up somewhere.

'Even where you have specific names you cannot always jump to conclusions.'


Fischer confirmed that anyone found having breached the regulations can have their tickets for any future games removed.


She added: 'If someone is violating something then tickets can be cancelled accordingly but we need to see who is involved, which tickets they are and then we can take necessary action.'


Grondona junior is not the FIFA official at the heart of the multi-million pound ticket scandal uncovered by Operation Jules Rimet, however, according to police.


His ticket was seized by Sao Paulo police from touts in that city.

Fabio Barucke, the police investigator in charge of the Rio investigation, said a FIFA official who was a source of the tickets had access to FIFA offices and stadiums and match tickets.


Some tickets have been re-sold for eight times their face value.


Barucke said the ticketing ring aimed to make up to £60million by illegally re-selling tickets and that the group had operated at previous World Cups.


The suspected ringleader has been named as Mohamadou Lamine Fofana, an Algerian man who was previously staying at the Copacabana Palace hotel in Rio, where all the FIFA top executives are staying.


Barucke believes Fofana was the middleman and that the ticket source was 'someone higher up' the chain.












Chainsaw
(Iran)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 5:26 PM
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What in the bloody hell are you guys even talking about??!!


guled
(United States)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 3:44 PM
0
chalz, messi has few tattoos,argentina reached the world cup final with messi and almost won it,he can win copa and next world cup, it is not impossible to do it,also don,t compare overrated british player to messi


Chalz
(Oman)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 3:09 PM
0
Tattoo destroyed Messi?????
.
Yes
.
Who r u to destroy the body God has blessed u with.... Pride pulled u down.
.
I dont care what u write against me regarding this but ..... Messi Needs to pray moreIf he Needs to win a world cup..... Otherwise he will be Just a club wonder like George Best.


arg2014
(Canada)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 1:55 PM
1
Oh man, another tattoo man !!! Tattoo guys don't much for us.


Chainsaw
(Iran)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 1:12 PM
0
Oh no!


theAbNormalOne
(India)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 12:02 PM
0
Wrong time,Conte leaving.Conte was going to convert to 4-3-3 and probably he was going to play in the right side of the attack.A chance for Di Maria replica wasted...And I am saying after seeing his play a lot of times.


msi2
(France)
Posted on 7/19/2014 at 11:32 AM
0
About Messi ups and downs:

https://twitter.com/DianaKristinne/status/489887990341468160/photo/1

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