Amin Younes Urges Teaching Young Footballers About Life Skills

Amin Younes Urges Teaching Young Footballers About Life Skills

Amin Younes accuses that footballers are taught to be stupid regarding there finance and transfer money. With the lack of education regarding the finances, they are being manipulated and taken advantaged by others. He was a part of Borussia Monchengladbach youth academy and made his debut match in 2011-2012. He after playing a few times in the first level of the team was transferred to Dutch club Ajax. He scored 17 goals with 100 appearances during his three-year stay there. He then joined Napoli in 2018 in a free transfer.


In his brief career in football, he has played in three different countries for their big clubs. From his experience, he is of the opinion that not everyone has good intentions on developing a player’s talent. On the contrary, most of the people want to take advantage of the player. He also suggests that certain measures should be taken regarding the protection of player’s finance.

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Emery insists he had no influence on Ramsey’s exit from Arsenal

Former Arsenal manager Unai Emery has revealed that he had no influence on the decision to part ways with midfielder Aaron Ramsey last summer. The Wales international was tipped to sign a new contract with the Gunners during the first half of the previous season but the club made a surprise U-turn to walk away from the deal.


As a result, the midfielder was allowed to enter the final six months of his deal at the turn of the year and he therefore took the option to sign a pre-contract agreement with Juventus. During that time, there was the suggestion that Emery may have contributed to the club’s decision but the Spaniard has now refuted those claims.

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Maurizio Sarri speaks on Aaron Ramsey’s situation at Juventus

Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri has said that Aaron Ramsey is slowly getting into his groove after recovering from a niggle. The Wales international joined the Bianconeri on a free transfer from Arsenal during the summer but he has since struggled for regular gametime due to four separate disruptions due to minor injury setbacks.


As such, he has been restricted to just five starts in the Serie A but Sarri remains optimistic that the former Gunners will turn things around during the backend of the campaign, he told: “Aaron Ramsey is growing both as a condition and a belief. It was not easy for him to adapt, coming from the Premier and from a bad injury.”

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Inzaghi praises ‘magical’ Lazio after Super Cup win over Juve

Lazio manager Simeone Inzaghi has heaped praise on his team after they managed to beat Juventus in the Italian Super Cup final on Sunday. The Capital outfit had already beaten the Bianconeri in the league a couple of weeks ago and they managed to replicate the feat at the King Saud University Stadium in Saudi Arabia.


As a result, the Rome-based club were able to win the title for the second time in three seasons and Inzaghi has lauded his team for their recent dominance over the Serie A champions, he told Rai Sport: “We did something magical – to beat Juve twice in two weeks is incredible. I think this was another deserved victory for a strong team that always believed in our ideas.”

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Inter Milan provide positive injury update on Alexis Sanchez

Inter Milan’s head of medical services Piero Volpi has revealed that Alexis Sanchez is going through a successful recovery from an ankle ligament injury and he could return to the playing field earlier than predicted. The Chile international sustained the damage on international duty last month and he has since been on the sidelines after a surgery to sort the concern.


In an interview with La Cuarta, Volpi said that Sanchez is going through the right recovery path after the injury setback and he could return before the mid-January date, provided things go well, he told: “It is a delicate injury, but the recovery is going very well. The deadlines are being met.Mid-January [is the return date] but we’ll see. Alexis could even come back a little earlier if all goes well. He has not yet done work with the ball, but we hope that in the next few days we will have news about it. Everything is going well.”

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