May 31, 2023

“Not This Nightmare Again”; Arrascaeta is in a sad situation in Flamengo and Sampaoli needs to move


A player who returned from injury against the race and the problem is in the medical department

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The 1-1 draw between Flamengo and Racing in the Libertadores has once again ignited the atmosphere in Rio. If the start of Jorge Sampaoli’s work had restored morale in Robro Negro, fans are back to demanding changes after the stumbling block in Argentina. What stirred the nation’s rebellion most was the victory it eluded after a promising start. despite of, If the outcome isn’t already quite pleasant, Arrascaeta’s future could be much less so.

According to the Uruguayan himself in a press conference, Presence in the duel against Atlético – PR not yet confirmed. confrontation between black red It will be held at Arena da Baixada, next Sunday (7), for the fourth round of the Brazilian League. In the process of physical regeneration due to old pubic pain, Arrascaeta is still in perfect condition and should be re-evaluated in the next few days.

“I’m happy to be able to come back. Start earning minutes. Training started a few days ago, for this game I wasn’t 100% ready, but I wanted to help my teammates. 90 minutes isn’t enough. It’s training for that, to get ready as soon as possible.” maybe “.Arrascaeta revealed.

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Arascaita also assessed Flamengo’s commitment to the Brazilian. According to the Uruguayan midfielder, What bothers me the most is the lack of results, because for him dear must win. Focusing on the confrontation with Atlético – PR, Serie A has become an obsession for Club Carioca. With two defeats in three matches in this edition of the tournament, Coritiba’s three points become even more important.

“We’ll evaluate everything. Honestly, we need to win. We know it’s going to be a tough game, but the tournament is long and we have to think about what’s best for the team.” Analyzed the Uruguayan player.

Tiago Soares, 23, is from Rio de Janeiro and grew up in Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Passionate about sports, with a focus on football and major events. Professionally with traffic on websites about tourism, personal finance, communications consulting, and favela journalism. You can follow my sports coverage here on Bolavip and on social networks with user @naredecomthigo.