Marcos Rojo joins Boca Juniors on 3 year deal from Manchester United | Mundo Albiceleste

Marcos Rojo joins Boca Juniors on 3 year deal from Manchester United | Mundo Albiceleste Sign in Welcome!Log into your account your username your password Sign up Welcome!Register for an account your email your username A password will be e-mailed to you. Password recovery Recover your password your email Search Sign in Welcome! Log into your account your username your password Create an account Welcome! Register for an account your email your username A password will be e-mailed to you. Password recovery Recover your password your email A password will be e-mailed to you. Marcos Rojo joins Boca Juniors on 3 year deal from Manchester United Marcos Rojo joins Boca Juniors on 3 year deal from Manchester United By – February 2, 2021 Marcos Rojo has joined Boca Juniors, putting an end to his Manchester United career. Rojo joined United after his memorable 2014 World Cup performance with Argentina. Joining for £16 million, Rojo played a total of 26 matches in his first season, 28 in his second and 41 matches in his third season at the club. Following his first three seasons, his number of matches would become less and less, playing a total of 27 matches in his final three seasons. He joined former club Estudiantes on loan for the second half of last season and upon his return to England, it was clear that there was no place for him at United. During his time in Manchester, the Argentine won a Europa League, an FA Cup, an EFL Cup and a Community Shield. The 30 year old joins Boca Juniors on a reported three year deal and has already been presented as a player. Previous article 20 Comments And now real Madrid are planning to sell vinicius Jr after his one season wonder at real Madrid. Things seems to have fallen and the most prodigious kid in the world has turned into a charred metal, and that too within one season. Lol….. I just wonder how this hyping of Brazilians still carries to this day. Next Neymar, next ronaldinho and what not. In a very different sight you see how argentinians are, quiet and very resolute to their objectives and that’s what takes them to their destination. I’m by no means trying to disregard the talents of Brazil, but there is something called humility and keeping your feet to the ground. For example, look at the developmental trajectory of ocampos, papu, emi and of recent, Mac allister. They didn’t have the best time after coming to Europe but they knew they had to perform irrespective of whatever happens and you see, that patience and humility payed off. It takes time but it also becomes eventual if only you’re willing to put you soul “into it”. That’s where the difference is between an Argentinian and a Brazilian. For us it takes time, patience, moment, humility and rigorous hard work but for our friends on the other side, it’s either flourish at first go or be a unfulfilled wonder. We all can see, and in fact we all know, how many Brazilian superhyped talents have gone down the drain. There is no hype like the Brazil hype , don’t forget rodrygo and malcom for Barcelona and on and on . They take #1 for hype and flops . Lautaro and Ocampos scored, Papu played 60 minutes… Acuna out for qualifiers , the curse will never leave the players from injuries . thats a damn shame Gomez will start as a ten in a 4-2-3-1 It now shows him as a winger in a 4-3-3 Bad news for Balerdi . Villas Boas is sacked at Marseille. Lets see who next coach is & how he fits in there. Happy for Rojo. While his NT days are far over , it will be great to see him do well for Boca. Always liked him for his attitude & if not injuries would have scaled much higher. These types of moves are great for Argentinian local football and serve to make our teams more competitive, so regardless of the national team it still has a positive effect Yes it is true for Boca. on the other side our assholes is still sleeping. you see their priority is other things. they are lucky that because covid fans we can t make some visits to the offices to…. speak and …. exchange opinions with mr D Onofrio and his dogs. ah sorry his hard working colleges i wanted to say !!! I know right? We desperately need a center back and more depth. Little real activity and mostly just outrageous tabloid rumors of getting “Lanzini” and “falcao” and “driussi” and “funes mori” while we are struggling to find a payment plan for palavecino. Hope things get sorted out so we can compete in all competitions. Que se pongan las pilas. Alario and Palacios starting together 🤯 Palacios playing in his preferred position and alario playing at the same time as Schick so he’s not a sub? What world is this? looks rusty. very late to ball right now. 3-4-1-2 formation. Argentina should give priority in defence romero L m quarta L martinez M senesi. Ota pezzella should retire after copa Recently I saw Renzo Sarvia highlights of International and I think he has improved a lot Brazilian league has done a lot good to his play. Now he looks good in offensive phase too. His speed has increased and also his passing and crosses. Let’s see how he looks after his injury.When he is going to recover? is Saravia back already? No he even can miss march qualifiers. I don’t think Saravia made an appearance since September. Leave a reply ABOUT USMundo Albiceleste, your home for everything regarding the Argentina National Team since 2006. The latest news, videos and information about Argentine players from Europe, South America or anywhere else.FOLLOW US ©


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