“Zaniolo as Rocca, lame from Rome”, accompanied by the drawing of a wheelchair, is the writing of the banner made by some fans del Lazio, which caused the outrage of the surroundings of the Romanist complex and from your technician, Fonseca “Who has done it is not football fans. Who has done it does not love football”Fonseca said during the press conference prior to the Olympic derby, between Roma, fourth, and Lazio, third.Zaniolo, a talented 20-year-old midfielder, the ligament broke crossed right knee last January 6 during a Roma-Juventus and sees his participation in the Eurocup next June in the I was going to lead the Italian national team. In recent weeks, a part of the Lazio fans had sung chants that mocked of the midfielder from Rome (Zaniolo jumps with us) and the tension increased this Saturday after the banner stuck a few meters from the sports center of the city’s rivals.There were also controversies over the jokes against Rocca, who suffered up to five knee injuries that forced him to anticipate his withdrawal of football and still causing serious problems. The Portuguese Paulo Fonseca, coach of Rome, condemned this Saturday the banners displayed by a part of the fans of Lazio in which he mocks the serious crusader injury suffered recently by the romanista midfielder Nicoló Zaniolo. Some Lazio fans placed in the early hours of this Saturday, the eve of the derby of the capital of this Sunday, a banner in the area of the sports center of Rome in which they define Zaniolo as “a lame one” and compare him to Francesco Rocca, former Romanian player who had to retire at age 26 after an ordeal of knee injuries.
Tags: Bright AnukaniGeorge KatendeKarim Ndugwaproline fctopUganda Premier LeagueViane SekajugoWakiso Giants FC Sekajugo celebrates scoring the first goal against Proline FC on Sunday. (PHOTO/Wakiso Giants)Uganda Premier League Wakiso Giants FC FC 2-1 Proline FC Betway Muteesa II Stadium, Wankulukuku Sunday, 13-10-2019Viane Sekajugo scored a 90th minute penalty as Wakiso Giants FC defeated Proline FC 2-1 on Sunday in the Uganda Premier League.The forward had earlier given the Purple the lead in the first half before Bright Anukani levelled matter with a minute to the break.The win is Wakiso’s 4th of the season and it sees them climb into 6th on the log with 13 points.For Proline, they remain bottom of the pile with no points after they were docked 6 (points) for failing to honour their fixture at home to SC Villa earlier in the season.In the game played at Wankulukuku, Wakiso was much changed on the day and struggled to get to grips to Proline’s free flowing passing brand of football.However, against the run of play, Sekajugo scored the game first goal of the afternoon, netting on 9 minutes after he was teed up by Ivan Kiwewa.A minute to half time, Anukani pulled Proline level, slotting home a rebound after George Katende had failed to hold onto Joseph Mandela’s effort.Proline had chances to turn the game onto its head but Katende was on hand to save the hosts.With the game headed for a draw, Mustafa Mujuzi appeared to have tripped Karim Ndugwa prompting the center referee to point to the spot. Up stepped Sekajugo who converted to ensure Wakiso walks home with victory.In their next fixture, Wakiso Giants visit Police FC while Proline also host the Cops.How both teams startedWakiso Giants George William Katende, Muwadda Kateregga, Aggrey Madoi, Swaib Mudde, Ivan Kiweewa, Hakim Ssenkumba, Hassan Ssenyonjo, Lawrence Bukenya, Amos Muwonge, Viane SsekajugoProline FC Ssekagya Bashir (GK), Begisa James, Mukisa Yusuf, Benard Muwanga, Mujjuzi Musitafa (C), Kintu Sam, Wamananh Ibrahim, Bright Anukani, Hakim Kiwanuka, Lubega Edrisa, Sula SekamwaThe other match-day 9 UPL results-Tooro United 1-2 BUL FC-KCCA FC 4-0 Onduparaka FC-Maroons FC 0-0 SC Villa-Vipers SC 3-0 Express FC-Bright Stars 0-1 Kyetume FC-Busoga United 2-1 Police FC-URA FC 0-0 Mbarara City FCComments