Javier Pastore may have played his last game for As Roma this season, as he has been ruled out for two months with injury. The Argentina international has endured an injury-hit season with the capital-based club.

He joined Roma from PSG in 2018 and he has only managed 13 appearances so far this season, and it’s looking like he won’t be adding to that tally as injury has ruled him out for almost the remainder of the season.


Come Back for Roma in Europa League

Roma is back on track for Europa League after stumbling in three consecutive matches. They beat Istanbul Basaksehir by 3-0 played in Istanbul itself, thrashing the entire group J. On the other hand, Manchester United has got their place in the knockout round in the continental championship in the same round. The match was decided during the first half by the Italian team which was their away-from-home game. The score for the team was opened by Jordan Veretout just after 30 minutes of starting the game with the help of a penalty kick. The second goal for the team was scored by Justin Kluivert, the national player from the Netherlands. He is also known for playing in the club Ajax. A third came from Edin Dzeko at 45 minutes of the game.

Robinho from Brazil was responsible for scoring a goal for the team from Turkey. But he was replaced before the second half of the match because of his discreet playing performance. The home team still has chances to reach the knockouts despite their setbacks. The team of Robinho is currently placed in the third position by securing seven points after all the games. The team is just behind Roma, the runner-up, and Borussia Mönchengladbach.


Nigeria ready to face Brazil

The Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr has stated that his team is ready to face the Brazil national team in the friendly game that will be held on the 13th of October in Singapore. He said that this will be an important game for the Super Eagles as this will allow them to assess the progress that they have made against a world-class opposition.

Gernot Rohr said that he is busy building a team that will allow them to will allow them to qualify for the World Cup as well as the African Cup of Nations. He said that the team has been making some good progress during the past months and that it will be interesting to see how they play against Brazil.


Robinho Missed Out the Team but Participates in Field Training

After having missed out on the collective on Tuesday, where he was to replace Marquinhos Gabriel, Robinho, the owner took part in the field practice on Wednesday at Cruzeiro. The activity had been divided into three different parts, lawn mobility exercises, gym, and technical work using a ball. As the ball rolls, the coaching staff was separating the 3 teams consisting of 8 players. Ariel Cabral, Weverton, Dedé, Dodô, David, Fred, and Adriano were a part of the grey vest group.

Leo, Lucas Romero, Jadson, Daniel, Marquinhos Gabriel, Rafael Santos, and Vinícius Popó belonged to the orange team. The formation of the blue comprised of Thiago Neves, Cacá, Éderson, Maurício, Henrique, Fabrício Bruno, Sassá, and Egídio. Subsequently, for the 3rd day, Pedro Rocha, the striker, and Rodriguinho, the midfielder catered to the special program to improve the physical part. Orejuela and Edilson, the right-side is already in the medical department.

As per the calendar of the club, this Thursday, there is going to be training in the morning, as well as in the afternoon. This is going to happen again on Saturday. The team is going to work in the afternoon on Friday. On Sunday, the players are going to be present in the field. Cruzeiro is all set to America on Monday, the 1st of July, 2019. This is going to be a training game at Toca da Raposa. There is a high chance that the team will have to go in for another test before that return to the competitions. After they are done with Copa América, they are going to be up against Atletico for Copa do Brasil’s quarter-finals in the first leg. The match is going to take place on 11th July, on Thursday at Mineirão at 8 pm.



Premier League champions Manchester City are taking a practical approach to the summer according to reports from England. The club bankrolled by Abu Dhabi Billionaire Sheik Monsour has shifted its stance on super expensive transfers in recent years and this is going to continue.

The Manchester club shocked the world a decade ago when they announced the signing of Brazilian forward Robinho in what was a then record fee if £32 million.



The MLS season is less than two months old and there have been some surprise teams already staking a claim for the regular season title. There has also been an influx of new signings to the league and some have taken to the league instantly.

Columbus Crew SC forward Robinho signed for the MLS outfit in the offseason and has had to adjust to his new surroundings in the USA.  The weather is also a massive difference from the sunny and humid temperature experienced in Brazil.

The winger experienced this new weather in his last match for the Crew at home to MLS Cup champions Atlanta United at the MAPFRE Stadium. The match was played under tough conditions as the weather was rainy and windy during the first half. The referee had to stop the game for almost an hour after the pitch became flooded.

Despite these terrible conditions,Robinho was able to provide his first assist in the MLS as he made the pass to Gyasi Zardes who made no mistake to double his side’s advantage. The Brazilian was also impressive with his running and constantly kept the opposition fullback busy.


Robinho Celebrates the First Assist in Difficult Conditions

Robinho, the winger from Columbus Crew SC gas been exposed to several new things in recent times a new league, club, city, country and much more. The list kept on increasing when he helped Black and Gold on Saturday to beat Atlanta United, the MLS Cup winner at MAPFRE stadium.

The game had been played in extreme conditions with heavy rain and very low temperature in the first half. It interrupted the match for about an hour and as the match started again, the ground was completely waterlogged. The final minutes had been quite challenging. This is because dribbling and passing the ball was becoming difficult.



Former Brazilian international Robinho has moved from one Turkish club to another following his switch to Istanbul Basaksehir, as the club look to continue their push for the Turkish Super Lig title.

The signing of Robinho was announced on the club’s official twitter handle and the player will be looking to assist the club in their quest for Turkish glory.


Robinho All Set To Join The Club Of Sivasspor

Robinho de Souza who is more commonly known as “Robinho” is expected to join the club of Sivasspor. In spite of the potential jail term which is hanging over the lad in the court of Italy, the former star of Brazil is determined to take his career ahead to Turkey with the Sivasspor Club. Robinho entered into an agreement with the Sivasspor to join the club and this news has announced the side of Turkish Super Lig.

The former forward of Manchester City and Real Madrid was recently released by the club of Atletico Mineiro when his contract with the club expired at the last month’s end. The inclusion of Robinho was confirmed by the official website of Sivasspor which read that “The star Brazilian striker Robinho de Souza, whom we have kept watching for a very long time and with whom we have consented to sign the contract, will be in Sivasspor by tomorrow.” “After the main and final negotiations with us, he will sign a formal and official contract.”


Savio, The Ex-Real Madrid Winger Say: Don’t Compare Robinho With Vinicius Junior

Savio was the winger of Real Madrid once. He has requested people in football world, keeping patience about Vinicius Junior and instead of judging him wait and watch.

According to Savio, it is too early to start comparing Vinicius with Robinho, even it is not required. He said, there is no comparison in both the players, Vinicius is a young talent and emerging while Robinho is an establish player.