How well are Milan doing? Wouldn't be surprised to see Donnarumma get a + 1 or 2 despite rising in March.Might as well do it now
Southend Utd Serie A players
- Giuseppe Pezzella (18/75): +2
- Ibrahima Mbaye (21/84): no change
- Piotr Zielinksi (21/85): + 1
- Gianluigi Donnarumma (17/85): not sure if he will get another raise that fast. Hoping for + 1 at least
Mihajlović was sacked last month, probably because he failed to get Milan closer to CL spot. But the new coach is not doing any better. Now in 7th place. May not even qualified for Europa League next seasonHow well are Milan doing? Wouldn't be surprised to see Donnarumma get a + 1 or 2 despite rising in March.
I've only got one Serie A player so no real point of doing a prediction. Pogba won't rise anyway.
The headline means Geis not untouchable at Schalke anymore.http://www.kicker.de/news/fussball/...eis-auf-schalke-nicht-mehr-unangefochten.html
@Balu @do.ob @Sphaero if possible could one of you translate Heldt's quotes in that article please? Thanks.
Thanks Bit of a weird one with Hojbjerg going back to Munich this summer. Think a two-season long loan might have worked well.The headline means Geis not untouchable at Schalke anymore.
The first little quote from Heldt says that Hojbjerg did well [when he played instead of Geis].
"Es ist sein erstes Jahr auf Schalke, wo es halt nicht immer ganz so einfach ist", sagte Heldt. "Er steckt in einer Phase, in der es für ihn nicht so läuft. Er muss sich wieder herankämpfen."
This one means: It's his [Geis'] first year at Schalke where things aren't always so easy. He's at a point where things aren't going his way and he has to fight his way back.
Schalke's entire tranfer-dealings and coach hires of the past years have been an embarrasment, so I wouldn't go looking for sense in their decisions..Thanks Bit of a weird one with Hojbjerg going back to Munich this summer. Think a two-season long loan might have worked well.