“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.
To say Justin Bethel had a rough 2016 would be an understatement.And now, he’s paying for it.It was learned Wednesday that Bethel’s salary has been reduced from $4.5 million in 2017 to $2 million, with the 2018 season of his contract being voided.Bethel, who had signed a three-year contract extension in 2015, is in essence taking a pay cut in 2017 to be a free agent following the season.Given what transpired last season, it makes some sense that Bethel would roll the dice on posting a bounce-back 2017. He could once again be in line for a large role, with former starter Marcus Cooper signing with the Chicago Bears. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Seattle Seahawks kicker Stephen Hauschka (4) reacts to missing a game-winning field goal as punter Jon Ryan (9) looks on during overtime of an NFL football game as Arizona Cardinals cornerback Justin Bethel (28) falls, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. The game ended in overtime in a 6-6 tie. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Top Stories Expected to challenge for a starting cornerback spot opposite Patrick Peterson, he was limited over the offseason by a foot injury. Then, when he was on the field, Bethel struggled to the point where head coach Bruce Arians, when asked if the player was a work in progress at cornerback, answered that it’s “a failure in progress” due to his battling injuries and lack of practice time.Bethel played fairly well over the season’s final two games, and finished with 26 total tackles, six passes defensed and one interception, which he returned for a touchdown. The special teams ace also contributed 13 total tackles there — 12 unassisted — while also forcing one fumble.The 26-year-old Bethel was a sixth-round pick of the Cardinals in 2012 out of Presbyterian, and was a Pro Bowl choice for special teams in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Comments Share