OFFICIAL: Victor Osimhen personal statement about Napoli & his situation.
“Coming to the City of Naples in 2020 was a wonderful decision for me. The People of Napoli have shown me so much love and kindness, and I will not allow anyone to come between us”.
“The passion of the People of Naples fuels my fire to always play with my heart and soul, and the love for the badge is unwavering as I wear it with pride”.
“The accusations against People of Naples are untrue. I have a lot of friends that are Napolitans and have become part of my family and everyday life. I appreciate Nigerians and everyone for leading their voices to support and reach out to me”.
“I’m forever grateful. Let’s support unity, respect and understanding. FORZA NAPOLI SEMPRE ”
José Mourinho on recent criticism: “At least people now can’t accuse me of not helping Lukaku to score goals… he can score goals here at Roma but also at Man United or Inter”.
“I’m not someone who destroys player’s quality”.
Lukaku has now scored 4 goals as Roma player.
Vitinha: “PSG, really a great club.
I love my life in Paris and I hope I will stay here for a long time”.
“I feel good on the pitch… you can see that — I am having a good start to the season, I want to continue that”, told Telefoot.
AS Monaco, so happy with Maghnes Akliouche (2002) after his performance vs OM.
Two goals, one assist and 89% pass accuracy for France U21 talent — he was the MOTM.
One to watch — he’s now represented by DW Sports management, under contract at Monaco until June 2026.
Arteta on Havertz criticism: “We all see every single day his level of commitment, desire, attitude… quality is top”.
“He has to come out in every way, he’s coming in many different ways, he has to come in a way where he puts the ball in the back of the net”.
Arteta: “I love to be part of a team that shows the human qualities that they have show, that empathy towards a player that has some question marks to resolve externally… they won me even more”.
“I’m thankful to our supporters as they sang his name. Kai deserves that”.
Ten Hag after Manchester United lost to Crystal Palace at home : “It’s quite simple. We conceded only three chances over the whole game – all three from set-plays. Then I think we got in good positions and then made poor decisions.”
“We got into good positions and we had free players. We didn’t have an impact. The quality was just not good enough in that part of the game. The final part of the game we didn’t play our best game.”
“Of course it is frustrating. We were also many times close. You have to be sharp and clinical. It’s about decision making. We can’t change this result anymore. You always learn from the game and learn to do better from the final part of the game.”
“The first goal is very important, but if you concede, you still have to find a way to win. We didn’t do that and we have to blame ourselves. It’s frustrating for the fans, players and me, but we have to stick together and get better.”
“Getting the first goal is very important. But if you concede them, you still have to win. You have to find a way to win, and we didn’t, so we have to blame ourselves.”
“Of course the season has been frustrating, for everyone. Especially for the fans, it is frustrating, but for us as well. We have to stick together, fight together and get better – make sure we get improvements.”
Ten Hag on Galatasaray: “We can’t change this result anymore. What we change is the future and that’s Tuesday in the next game.”
Ten Hag on Rashford: “It will come but it’s not coming automatic. He has to invest a lot, the team has to invest a lot around him. Today we were in good positions but we made the wrong decisions.”
Ten Hag on boos: “I understand. When you play Palace you have to win, with all respect. Of course that is a concern, we have to be more consistent, we need a row of wins. I can give you reasons but you will explain as an excuse. There are no excuses.”
Ten Hag: “I can’t say the players didn’t run. But the final part we didn’t do well. You have to show more willingness to score that goal. It’s not a matter of luck, you can’t explain it like this.”