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13:05  14 august  2020
13:05  14 august  2020 Source:   sofoot.com

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Rio Ferdinand believes Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski should start up a petition to ensure the Ballon d'Or is awarded this season. While Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo loomed as strong candidates for the trophy this year, 2020 looked like it was going to be Lewandowski 's year with the

That is the opinion of BT Sport pundit and Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand . Lewandowski was unsurprisingly named in the Bayern Munich starting XI for

  Rio Ferdinand souhaite que Lewandowski lance une pétition pour le Ballon d'or Golden Ball © Supplied by Sofoot

General mobilization.

Due to the coronavirus epidemic and its consequences at the end of the season, France Football has decided to cancel its Ballon d'Or ceremony scheduled for this year. A difficult decision for the players who could have claimed this prestigious title, in particular Robert Lewandowski, author of 53 pawns this season and still in contention with Bayern Munich for the title in the Champions League.

Warning, Lewandowski is still in good shape.

For the former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand the Polish striker should try everything to make the ceremony happen: " If I'm Lewandowski and they cancel the Ballon d'Or , I am launching a petition to relaunch the contest! , he explains on the set of TEAMtalk . Aside from the year Luka Modric won it, Messi and Ronaldo have dominated this award for the past twelve years and Lewandowski has taken it to the next level this season. I can't believe they canceled it. It's cruel, it's the right word to describe this choice. Lewandowski deserves to win this award for what he has done this season and if he leads Bayern Munich to the Champions League coronation and this decision stands then it will be terribly unfair. »

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Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has confirmed he wants to extend his career at Old Trafford but has no plans to mimic the remarkable longevity of team mate Ryan Giggs. By Ian Ladyman for the Daily Mail. Published: 00:58 BST, 17 April 2013 | Updated: 00:58 BST, 17 April 2013.

Rio Ferdinand is planning a career in the dugout and wants to be at the forefront of a move that sees racial barriers broken down in football management.

Lewandowski can always console himself by being a Golden Ball in Ferdinand's heart.

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Reactionary tactics are excusable when you're the manager of a club with modest ambitions, but as Niko Kovac learned during his 16-month tenure at the Allianz Arena, they're unacceptable when you're Bayern Munich's head coach. The Bavarians are meant to exert their dominance, to rotate and whir as one high-powered, gas-guzzling engine. Instead, Robert Lewandowski's goal-scoring exploits were barely concealing the lackluster, disjointed, and pragmatic performances that defined Kovac's spell. "His concept of football was never clear, (and) players lacked detailed tactical guidance," German publication Kicker wrote after Kovac's November exit.

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