“The time has come to say goodbye to soccer, not Milan.”
Daily Archive: June 4, 2023
Ligurians and Venetians returned empty-handed from Rome and Milan, respectively.
Victories also for Atalanta, Juventus and Bologna.
The new long jump star signs the Italian under-20 record, surpassing after 19 years the 8.11 with which Andrew Howe won the gold medal at the 2004 World U20 Championships in Grosseto.
“We have to see what happened, because it was probably our worst performance from our point of view, but even in a difficult weekend we scored more points than Ferrari.”
“Surely I could have done many more things than I did, I did perhaps everything I shouldn’t have done.”
Osimhen and Simeone take down Sampdoria on the final day of the championship.
The Carrara-based tennis player could do nothing against the world number one in the round of 16 at Roland Garros.
Gialloblu goalkeeper after elimination disappointment: “Thank you incredible people of Parma”
The team principal of the Maranello stable analyzed the Spanish Grand Prix
The Dutch driver: “We had a very strong weekend, that’s what I want to see from myself and the team.”
“The car is of tremendous inconstancy, difficult analysis.”
Giallorossi and Bianconeri on pitch at 9 p.m. at the Stadio Olimpico
The Italian tennis player analyzed his defeat to Khachanov
Friulians and Torinese on court at 9 p.m. for last championship game
Serbian tennis player liquidates Peruvian Varillas in three sets
The Dutch driver dominated from start to finish the Barcelona Grand Prix
Rossoneri on the pitch at 9 p.m. vs. the Gialloblu
Bergamasks and Brianzos on court at 9 p.m. for season finale
The partenopei close out a triumphant Serie A in front of their home crowd
The Sassuolo striker expressed his views on his future
The Azzurri patron spoke about Spalletti’s possible replacement
The Piedmontese tennis player started the round of 16 against Karen Khachanov very strong, but he came back and won 1-6, 6-4, 7-6(7), 6-1.
The Spaniard won the Superpole Race and race-2, capping off a weekend that began with pole and success in race-1.
They become three leading candidates for Happy Casa head coach: Buscaglia and Banchi also remain in the running.
The Rondinelle patron made lapidary comments on his feelings after relegation to Serie C.
The Monegasque will start from the pits right along with the driver with whom he was supposed to share the last row of the Spanish GP, Logan Sargeant.
Gunther gives House of the Trident its first success in the World Championship of electric single-seaters. Wehrlein, 6th in race-2 in Jakarta, stretches to the top of the overall standings.