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Ramis will be operated on the right knee and could say goodbye to the season

first_imgIvan Ramis, defense of Eibar, will be submitted Wednesday to an arthroscopy of the right knee to perform a cleaning of internal adhesions that prevent him from performing his daily professional activity, as reported by the Eibarrés club. The Balearic central defender has only been able to intervene in 7 games of the 23 of The league which has played the Gipuzkoan team this season. His last performance was before the Real society (4-1) in Anoeta, The 30th of November.He has not competed for three months (December, January and February), but before he did so with many physical problems due to various muscle injuries. Thus, after its operation it will be difficult for the 35-year-old captain to play this campaign again.Kike García, hamstring injuryKike García, meanwhile, continues his recovery process of his hamstring injury in his left leg, which occurred in the match against Granada.last_img read more

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New Leicester No2 Appleton explains Oxford exit

first_imgMichael Appleton is delighted with his new job at Leicester City.Appleton left Oxford United as manager to become No2 to Craig Shakespeare at Leicester.”The one place that is very, very difficult to turn down is the Premier League,” he told the Oxford News.”You get to work with international players every day.”The only thing from a number two point of view is not having the day-to-day control that I had at Oxford.”But football is a longevity thing. There are only a lucky few who stay in management for 20, 30 or 40 years.”You tend to find you have to take a step backwards, sideways – sometimes forwards – but to stay in the game for as long as I want to, you have to take different roles at different times.”That was why I did my Masters. Somewhere along the line, although I hope it’s not in the next five or ten years, I see myself as a sporting director or even a CEO at a football club.”You have to always keep your options open.”last_img read more

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