The side regretted that this series of injuries have prevented him from competing and helping his team, which is undoubtedly his worst streak and an ordeal. And the numbers prove him right, since If the previous seven campaigns are compared, the numbers are very significant. It should be noted that the two years in Seville and the five in Liverpool, Moreno throws a record of 29 weeks off. While this season and after only six months, the defense has already been about 20 weeks away. Moreno had only bumps, muscle discomfort, some ankle problem and back problems, which makes The average week off was about four weeks absence per campaign. While In these six months the player has already suffered muscle discomfort, tears and sprained ankle, who have pulverized those almost five weeks of annual leave, which the player had on average. Moreover, last season the side added just over two months of absence, something that already exceeded in these six or seven months of season.A streak that the defense recognizes that it has been “complicated”, and that it has come to “despair”. Adding that: “I came to Villarreal to recover my level and the injuries have not allowed me to. I had a bad time, since in my career I have not had so many injuries. Therefore, I have been through bad times, since it has been a long time and in my career I had only had injuries for days and not this. The people of the club have helped me a lot and they have taken the subject from iron, although it has not been easy. It cost me, since the expectations were high and I could not help and be with the team, “he said.Now, Moreno is back. After playing in Wanda and feeling good, he hopes to be on the team and his ordeal ends. A return he admits makes him: “Happy and euphoric. Since the other day I was able to play and it was something that made me very happy, I felt elated and eager to play and help the team,” he said. Almost 20 weeks off. That’s what it has been Alberto Brown outside the work dynamics of Villarreal since the season started. A situation that the player assures is “totally anomalous”, something that “he had never lived”. The defense acknowledged that in previous seasons “the injuries were few, of short duration and only a few days,” he said.
Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ Hearts were celebrating in stoppage-time when Clevid Dikamona headed home but the goal was disallowed for offside and seconds later Lennon appeared to be struck by a coin in the face.Lennon – who was attacked by a fan on the touchline at Tynecastle while Celtic manager – fell to the deck but was soon back on his feet after treatment.“I’m all right,” he said after the match. “They must have a few quid up here because it was a pound coin. But it’s no laughing matter, I hope somebody deals with it and I’d like to meet the guy face to face.”He added: “It’s all disgraceful. The players are doing their job and trying to entertain people, I don’t understand the mentality of any supporter who wants to throw things at people. I have seen plenty of it at the weekend as well and it’s very unsavoury and needs to be stopped.“If a Hibs fan has thrown anything at the goalkeeper, then he should be punished and banned. We don’t condone any of that behaviour at all, it’s disgraceful.”“Hopefully there will be punishment for both supporters if the authorities can pick them out, and like I said, I would like to meet that person, in person.”Both teams were missing players due to an array of injuries, but Hearts started the game on the front foot with Olly Lee forcing a save from distance and Dikamona coming close from an ambitious overhead kick.But Darren McGregor missed a better chance at the other end when he could not turn a free header on target from a deep corner.Stevie Mallan then took centre stage with a series of wonderful long-range efforts. The Hibs midfielder hit the bar from 30 yards, shaved the top of the goal from a free-kick and then forced Zlamal to scramble the ball wide after aiming a free-kick from near the touchline inside the near post while everyone else anticipated a cross. The coin (circled) appeared to bounce off the right side of Lennon’s face 2 Hibernian boss Neil Lennon and Hearts goalkeeper Zdenek Zlamal were both floored by foreign objects during a chaotic and goalless Edinburgh derby.Zlamal was able to continue after the latest in a series of flashpoints moments after Florian Kamberi received a second yellow card in the 65th minute following a mass bust-up that saw angry scenes in the technical area as well as on the Tynecastle pitch. Most Popular Football Stories tense Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Hearts also enjoyed the better of the opening stages of the second half but Mallan forced the first save after running on to Martin Boyle’s square ball.The game exploded into action after the hour-mark. Martin Boyle escaped with a yellow card after pushing Michael Smith three times following an off-the-ball clash which also saw the Hearts full-back booked.A more widespread melee soon followed after Kamberi was penalised for an aerial challenge on Oliver Bozanic. Ben Garuccio reacted particularly angrily and both he and the Swiss striker were booked – the latter paying a heftier price after being yellow-carded for what looked an innocuous aerial challenge in the first half.Moments later, after tackles flew in from both sides, Zlamal was floored by what appeared to be an away fan attempting to make contact with the goalkeeper as he fetched the ball from behind the goal.Hearts struggled to press home their numerical advantage but Dikamona hit the edge of the bar in the last minute following a corner before guiding a backwards header into the net after Adam Bogdan had got caught in no-man’s land following another corner.But with the keeper well off his line, Dikamona was ruled to be offside, sparking the latest attack on Lennon at Tynecastle. Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos LATEST Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City 2 gameday cracker revealed BEST OF scrap Lennon recoils after being struck by the coin Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT latest The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019
Shay Given could become Tim Sherwood’s No.1 choice at Villa Park.New Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood is contemplating whether or not to make Shay Given his No.1 choice at Villa Park.Villa are currently embroiled in a relegation fight and Sherwood watched his new side lose 2-1 at home to Stoke City on Saturday.A terrible defensive error from Dutch international Ron Vlaar resulted in the concession of a penalty which cost Villa a point. Given starred for Villa in their FA cup victory over Leicester City and pulled off a number of top-class saves.Sherwood feels he needs more experienced players to help the younger players adapt to the current situation they find themselves in.Given is one of the most experienced players in the Premier League and his presence could improve Villa’s shaky defence.Current No.1 Brad Guzan has enjoyed a solid enough campaign for the Villa but according to reports in The Birmingham Mail Sherwood is contemplating re-installing Given as his No.1. NEW VILLA MANAGER CONTEMPLATING MAKING SHAY GIVEN HIS NO.1 was last modified: February 24th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Aston VillanewsNo.1Premier LeagueShay GivensoccerSportTim Sherwood