Mario Gomez, the coach of Paris has been officially released on Wednesday. Nonetheless, until now, the reason for the dismissal of the Argentine man hasn’t been answered.
The achievement of Gomes hasn’t actually been that bad. Even though he failed to achieve a win and be the champion, he had been able to bring Persib to the 4th position in the final standing of 2018 League 1. The incision has been quite better than last year when Maung Bandung ended the season in 13th position.
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Besiktas, who wishes to strengthen the attack line because of the low performance of the score, turned to the former favorite Gomez. A positive response to the demands of Turkish friends living in Germany, the star’s football player, Besiktas said he would deal with the question of testimony but asked for signature money.
Besides the expectations for this season, Besiktas does not satisfy their fans. For this reason, the transfer of Besiktas Transfer Committee, which continues to work, made a known name.
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Nevertheless, Gomez understood the results from Persib due to the lack of a number of players. The coach of Mario Gomez, Persib Bandung was disappointed with the referee’s decision not to impose a penalty when his tailored team took a 2-1 defeat to Madura United at Batakan Stadium, Balikpapan, Tuesday (9/10) night WIB. Gomez featured the referee between midfielder Oh Inkyun and Andik Rendika Rama in the second round. According to Gomez, in the duel, there was an infringement committed by the Madura United defender.
“I think it’s a very good match for us and we are working hard. We have many options, one of them is the Inkyun event. I think it’s 100 percent punishment.” You also know how easy it is for Madura United to get a punishment and it’s so hard we get a punishment, “said Gomez. Gomez also questioned the decision of the PSSI Disciplinary Commission (Komdis), which imposed sanctions on Patrich Wanggai. The penalty meant that Gomez did not have many choices in advance after sanctions against Jonathan Bauman and Ezechiel N’Douassel.
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German champs Bayern Munich were clearly the favourites ahead of the meeting with VfBStuggart in the Bundesliga. Coach NikoKovac fielded a regular side that had Jerome Boateng and Mats Hummels in defence, Leon Goretzka partnering with an outstanding ThiagoAlcantara in the middle, Franck Ribery, ArjenRobben, Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski fully representing.
Bayern expectedly saw more of the ball and they pressed their opponent repeatedly. It was not shocking when they got their first goal of the game in the 37th minute courtesy of Goretzka. The player started the game despite limping out of Bastian Schweinsteiger’s testimonial match against Chicago Fire this week. Boateng, Muller and Lewandowski were involved in the buildup play from the back before Goretzka opened his goalscoring account for Bayern Munich.
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Mario Gomez the German professional footballer has made the announcement of his retirement from the national team. He declared his decision, saying that now it is the time those youngsters to step up in his shoes. Gomez is 33 years old and he is a striker, he made this announcement saying that playing football at the international level and with so many talented played, he has fulfilled his dream that he saw in the childhood of gracing the World Cup 2018. He said, “With the World Cup Russia, one of my biggest dreams has come true. Even if it the sad departure in group-round we all failed,”
He further added that “During my career, I have met numbers of players and non-players and I would like to remain connected and will surely do that. But, now it is the time to make room for many young boys. It is the time to give them the opportunity so that they can fulfill their dream, collect experiences, prove themselves and reach the best for Germany.”
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Lucas Leiva happens to be the longest-serving player in Liverpool history, following his ten-year stay having joined since 2007 from Brazilian side Gremio. He featured in 345 games for The Reds, out of which 247 were English Premier League games. “Liverpool is no doubt, one of the greatest clubs in the world, and my intention had always been to use the rest of my football career here,” the 30-year old Brazilian said.
Lucas has been a direct replacement for the Argentine midfielder Lucas Biglia, who has joined AC Milan. Lazio ended their last season campaign fifth in Serie A last season and will compete in the Europa League under manager Simone Inzaghi this season. The Brazilian’s versatility equates as he was also used as a centre-back, a wing he found himself in many times during his 31 appearances last season when he was with the Reds. Continue reading Lucas Leiva Joins Lazio
Germany international striker Mario Gomez has made the move to Stuttgart from Wolfsburg. The player will be returning to the club where he started his career before leaving for Bayern Munich in 2009.
The striker said that he is happy to be back at home and that he feels that he has done the right thing to come back to the club where he has started his career. He said that he had taken his time to reflect on his decision and he feels that it was the right time to come back to Stuttgart.
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Timo Werner is set to be the next best thing to happen to German football as the world class striker takes charge in the national team setup.
While he remains unpopular with a section of the German fans, he has been banging in the goals for the European soccer giant. The classic striker scored two times as Germany humbled Norway in the World Cup qualifier.
The player was booed and jeered when German played in Prague but he was hailed after his brace in Stuttgart. The 21-year old Stuttgart born said he was pleased with the standing ovation in the game played at his hometown.
Werner said he was happy with the attitude of the fans as it was better compared to the Czech Rep fixture. He claimed the team took the game very serious from the first minute against Norway. Continue reading TIMO WERNER TO PLAY KEY ROLE IN GERMAN NT
Wolfsburg captain Mario Gomez believes that his club can have a good season this year and that the players are excited for the start of the season.
He said that it had been a difficult season last term, but he feels that this time around things might be different. He said that he has never finished fourth or fifth in the league in his career and that it was a nightmare finishing 16th in the Bundesliga.
However, he feels that the club has strengthened during the transfer window and that the club might be more competitive with the arrival of the new players.
He said that they already had a good team last season, but they were just underperforming. He thinks that the arrival of the new players will bring a new atmosphere around the club and help them fight for a place at the top of the league. Continue reading Gomez on new season
Former Bayern Munich striker Mario Gomez would remain at Wolfsburg despite an underwhelming season for the Bundesliga side.
The club won a relegation playoff to remain in the top flight so they want to retain their best legs to be able to compete.
Last term was quite horrible for Wolfsburg and for Gomez. The 31-year old scored 16 goals in the league in his debut season for Wolfsburg but he could not help the club as they slumped to the 16th spot in the 2016/17 season. The team had to beat second division side EintrachtBraunschweig in the play off to retain their spot.
Gomez admitted that the season was “difficult,” adding that the team missed targets. He says he has “full trust” in the club so he would remain next season as he targets the World Cup with the German national team.
The club is grateful for the player’s contributions, especially in the second half of the season which helped them from relegation. The sport director Olaf Rebbe said the player’s goals proved that aside being a top striker, Gomez took over a lot of responsibility in the team. He adds that along with the coach AndriesJonker the team is hoping for a better return next term. Continue reading MARIO GOMEZ TO REMAIN AT WOLFSBURG