Sport José Calado thinks Steven Nzonzi is not the attacker whose Benfica
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oh the beautiful dumpling.
loaned to Rennes for a year and a half by AS Roma, Steven Nzonzi will have to find a new club, José Mourinho does not count on him. If the Breton Club would like to recover it permanently, Benfica does not hear this ear. But José Calado, former player of the Lisboat team, spoke in the Liga of OURO on CMTV to indicate that he did not really appreciate the profile of the player.
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véry embarrassing. Train Benfica Player, Calado, Confidently Claims Steven Nzonzi is Not the Center Forward Benfica Needs Before Being Told That The Frenchman Is a Defensive Midfielder.- eric krakauer (@Erickrakauer)
It says that "it is not the scorer whose benfica needs» , before comparing it to Haris Seferović or Darwin Núñez. Obviously, a journalist ends up reminding him that the world champion is not scorer, but well defensive, causing a beautiful position of embarrassment on the plateau, and passing the consultant for an idiot.
Like what, former players who then give their opinions on everything often say bullshit.
Benfica interested in £12m Liverpool winger .
Benfica are looking to bring Wilson to Portugal with Liverpool believed to be open to selling the winger this summer. © PA Images Harry Wilson Liverpool Benfica F365 The Wales star is valued by The Reds at a minimum of £12million, but there has been no official bid from Benfica as of yet. Goal have reported that it isn’t only the Portuguese giants interested in Wilson with West Brom and Brentford said to be keen on prying the 24-year-old away from Anfield too.