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Pon. tra 6th, 2020

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Messi u strašnom padu ozlijedio ruku i završio u bolnici VIDEO

U devetom kolu španske lige Barcelona je na Camp Nou savladala Sevillu 4:2.

Barca je sjajno otvorila utakmicu i već u 12. minuti povela s 2:0. Čudesni Argentinac Lionel Messi prvo je asistirao Coutinhu za 1:0 pa sjajno zabio za 2:0. Camp Nou je veličao Messija i društvo, no u 16. minuti susreta cijeli je stadion utihnuo.

Messi je u jednom duelu nezgodno pao na desnu ruku i ozlijedio je. Liječnici su dugo pružali pomoć Barcinom čarobnjaku i stavili mu povez oko ruke. Messi nije mogao nastaviti utakmicu te je umjesto njega u igru ušao Dembele.

Messi je odmah nakon izlaska otišao u bolnicu gdje su ga liječnici dodatno pregledali. Kako pišu španski mediji, Messi nije slomio ruku, već je došlo do težeg istegnuća ligamenata desne ruke. Oporavak bi trebao trajati 7-10 dana.

Barcelona sljedeće nedjelje dočekuje Real Madrid, a Messi je prema prvim prognozama upitan za El Clasico.

Ako Messi propusti El Clasico, bit će to prvi sudar Barcelone i Reala bez Cristiana Ronalda i Messija. No Argentinac će gotovo sigurno propustiti susret protiv Intera u Ligi prvaka 24. oktobra (srijeda).

 

Policija u Liverpulu u stanju pripravnosti: Spremni smo za ”Delije”

Imat će sveobuhvatnu policijsku operaciju

U okviru trećeg kola grupne faze Lige prvaka u srijedu se na Enfildu sastaju Liverpul i Crvena zvezda, a u engleskom gradu vrše se posljednje pripreme za utakmicu.

Uprkos tome što je UEFA zabranila dolazak gostujućih navijača, Englezi su veoma oprezni i u stanju su pripravnosti.

– Svjesni smo zabrane UEFA-e da se navijačima Crvene zvezde prodaju ulaznice. Imat ćemo sveobuhvatnu policijsku operaciju u kojoj će učešće imati predstavnici oba kluba, ali i pripadnici srbijanske policije. Želimo da gledaoci budu sigurni tako da će pored terena biti angažirane dodatne snage osiguranja – rekao je šef policije Liverpula.

Alex Rodriguez says he wished he could have signed with the Mets, would have made ‘great concessions’

Mike Piazza and Alex Rodriguez? Now that would’ve been something.

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While working the broadcast booth of ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball,” Rodriguez revealed he regrets not making more of an effort to try to sign with the Mets during the 2000-01 offseason.

“I thought I would make great concessions to go play for the Mets,” Rodriguez said when asked about the hypothetical scenario by play-by-play man Matt Vasgersian. “I thought it was a great story for baseball.”

Rodriguez has long been open about his Mets fandom, noting he was a huge Keith Hernandez fan growing up.

Scott Boras, Rodriguez’s agent, gave the Mets a list of demands before the team even offered him a contract, including a Shea Stadium office, a marketing staff, a merchandise tent at spring training, a luxury box and use of a private jet, according to ESPN.

Rodriguez insinuated if he could, he would have had more input in his free agency negotiations.

“I would just say this: If I was to do it again, I would just take control of my career a lot more,” Rodriguez said.

Alex Rodriguez says he wished he signed with the Mets back during the 2000-01 offseason.

Alex Rodriguez says he wished he signed with the Mets back during the 2000-01 offseason.

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Despite his love for the Mets, Rodriguez ultimately signed a 10-year, $252 million contract with the Rangers before being traded to the Yankees in 2004.

Although Rodriguez’s devotion to the Mets wasn’t exactly a secret, the team was never considered a serious threat to sign him due to his large contract demands and requested perks.

Then-Mets GM Steve Phillips famously rejected the idea of signing Rodriguez because “it’s about 25 players working as a team.”

Phillips said two years ago when asked about having the chance to sign Rodriguez that he still stands by that philosophy of not overpaying for one player, but also acknowledged his own inflexibility contributed to the Mets falling out of the race early.

“I still feel the same about structure and teams and everything else today that I did before, that there has to be the same rules for everybody, even if the discipline or consequences may be different. …But maybe some part of it was my own inflexibility when I look back,” Phillips said. “Maybe if I hadn’t been so inflexible and been willing to negotiate some of those terms, maybe it could’ve been different.”