newsfootball6 months ago

Amadou Onana is one of the most exciting prospects in European football, proclaims Roberto Martinez

Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez has praised Everton new signing Amadou Onana and believes that the 20-year-old is one of European football’s most exciting prospects. The 20-year-old midfielder signed for the Toffees in a move worth around £34 million despite interest from other European bigwigs.
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newsfootball8 months ago

Real Madrid fans are going to see totally different Eden Hazard, proclaims Roberto Martinez

Belgium boss Roberto Martinez has asserted that Eden Hazard is in the best period of his career and insisted that the Santiago Bernabeu faithful are all set to see a rejuvenated and improved Hazard next season. The Belgian has not hit the heights that were expected of him during his signing in 2019.
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newsfootball8 months ago

UEFA Nations League is unimportant and just glorified friendlies, asserts Kevin De Bruyne

Belgium’s Kevin De Bruyne has hit out at UEFA and their Nations League tournament, claiming that they are nothing more than glorified friendly games and he’s not looking forward to it. The 30-year-old walks into the tournament on the back of a tough campaign for City, making 45 appearances.
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newsfootball1 year ago

Think this could be best World Cup we have seen, proclaims Roberto Martinez

Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez has revealed that he believes the 2022 Qatar World Cup could be the best the world has ever seen because players wouldn’t have played too many games. The Belgian Red Devils go into the tournament as one of the favourites because of their golden generation.
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newsfootball1 year ago

Opportunities to qualify for World Cup don’t come along very often, proclaims Aaron Ramsey

Wales star Aaron Ramsey has asserted that the team will have to be at their best against Belgium, as it will give Wales a chance to qualify for the 2022 World Cup play-offs in March. The Welsh sit second in their group, behind the already qualified Belgium and three points ahead of Czech Republic.
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newsfootball1 year ago

Never know what tomorrow will bring in football, admits Roberto Martinez

Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez continues to be rumoured as the successor to Ronald Koeman at Barcelona and the Catalan native has stoked the flames by saying that anything could happen in football. Koeman is under serious pressure after the Spanish club's underwhelming start to the season.
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newsfootball1 year ago

Reports | Barcelona make first contact with Roberto Martinez over replacing Ronald Koeman

According to Goal, Barcelona have contacted Belgium head coach Roberto Martinez over replacing Ronald Koeman as the manager but are still gauging the Spaniard’s interest. This comes in light of intense speculation surrounding Koeman’s future after the club’s recent poor run of form.
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newsfootball2 years ago

Roberto Martinez will be staying on as Belgian head coach, asserts Peter Bossaert

Roberto Martinez is to stay on as Belgium boss through to the 2022 World Cup despite the nation's so-called golden generation enduring another major tournament failure at Euro 2020. The Spaniard has been linked with a number of club posts across Europe but will oversee the 2022 World Cup campaign.
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newsfootball2 years ago

Was difficult tournament for Belgium but we fought until end, proclaims Kevin De Bruyne

Belgium’s Kevin De Bruyne believes that while it has been a tough time for the Red Devils at Euro 2020, he’s proud of the fact that they fought till the end against Italy. Roberto Martinez’s side endured their fair share of issues over the course of the tournament with plagued with fitness issues.
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newsfootball2 years ago

Last two months have been up and down but glad I was able to play, admits Kevin De Bruyne

In light of his comeback against Denmark, Kevin De Bruyne has confessed that the last two months have been up and down because of injuries for him but he’s glad he was able to do his part. The Belgian walked off the bench and transformed the game for the Red Devils at Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium.
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