& # 39; You should go to a club where the whole club wants you, not just the coach & # 39 ;: Erling Haaland's father reveals that lack of interest from the board of Man United was why his son chose Dortmund
- Erling Haaland's father explained why his son signed for Borussia Dortmund
- Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was interested in rush hour
- Haaland's father claimed that he had to be searched by the whole club, not just by the coach
- his son's future could be uncertain in Old Trafford if Solskjaer left
The Norwegian scored 28 times for Red Bull Salzburg before switching to Germany in January.
A number of clubs were interested in the striker, including United, who at one point appeared to be a favorite with fellow countryman and former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the helm.
The United boss worked with Haaland in Molde and did not try to hide his interest in the attacker.
But the 19-year-old's father admitted that he was afraid of his son's future if Solskjaer was fired.
& # 39; You never know how he would go in other clubs. Maybe it was good too, ”he told TV2 .
& # 39; We never get an answer to that. But we are very happy with the clubs where he has been.
& # 39; You have to go to a club where the whole club wants you, not just the coach.
& # 39; I think that's the most important, besides how the club has been over the past five or ten years and what direction they have taken. & # 39;
Haaland has hit the ground since joining the Bundesliga with 12 goals in 11 games.
United remains admirers of the striker and may want to lure him to Old Trafford next season.
Haaland's father played for two of the club's rivals during his own career, Manchester City and Leeds, and was involved in an incident involving Roy Keane when he claimed to have intentionally injured his opponent in a derby in Manchester.
Keane later claimed that he intended to hurt Haaland in revenge for a previous challenge, but did not want to injure him.
& # 39; If he has to go to jail, he & # 39 ;: Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic must accept every punishment he gets for breaking the corona virus quarantine to go back to Serbia, says its DAD!
- Luka Jovic must accept punishment for breaking quarantine, says his father
- The Real Madrid attacker was heavily criticized for ignoring measures in Serbia
- But the star is being investigated for not following of the self-isolation procedure
- Symptoms of coronavirus : what are they and should you see a doctor?
] The 22-year-old was spotted in Belgrade and at his girlfriend's birthday party
The father of Luka Jovic thinks his son every must accept punishment he receives for breaking his coronavirus quarantine to travel back to Serbia.
The attacker of Real Madrid received much criticism for ignoring measures taken to spread the pandemic after the 22-year-old was seen on the streets of Belgrade and on his girlfriend's birthday party.
And now the star's father has admitted that Jovic will earn all possible penalties if he is guilty of any wrongdoing.
According to Serbian authorities, Jovic is being investigated for failing to follow the mandatory self-isolation procedure after returning from a virus affected country.
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic also confirmed that Jovic is one of the two footballers of the country under investigation for breaking quarantine.
But the frontman went back to the criticism, revealing that the rules had not been explained to him after returning to his homeland.
And now that Milan Jovic has weighed in on the controversy, says Brand "Luka had done two [coronavirus] He tested and tested negative on both. That's why he thought that he could come to Serbia.
& "Now it seems that he is a big criminal. If he has to go to jail, he will go.
" I totally agree with the [Serbian] President and Prime Minister [for threatening criminal charges] but only if he is guilty.
& # 39; I would support that decision if he did something wrong, but he arrived in Belgrade and stayed home.
& # 39; [His girlfriend] Sofia is pregnant and she was unable to go out [to celebrate her birthday].
& # 39; Some photos have emerged of the two having fun, but they were from Spain. & # 39;
Real Madrid had advised their players to isolate themselves after the club's basketball player, Trey Thompkins, tested positive for coronavirus.
However, the club later revealed that Jovic had been given special permission to fly home for medical reasons and the striker returned to Serbia on Thursday.
I want to be better than Dad! Starjockey Jonjo O & Neill Jnr wants to win more winners than his father, who won 901 races during his career
- Jonjo O & # 39; Neill Jnr is on track for conditional jockey of this to become season
- He enters Cheltenham hoping to add his first winner at the meeting
- O & # 39; Neill wants to be father catching up, who won 901 races during his career
Jonjo O & # 39; Neill Jnr admits that he completes his A-levels, while contemporaries forging their jockey career, was frustrating … but he quickly makes up for lost time.
The 22-year-old is on track to become the conditional jockey of this season, with 58 already winning, and is on top of a wave of recent controversial victories, including the Denman Chase on Native River.
He goes to the Cheltenham Festival next week full of hope that he can add that to his first winner at the meeting – Early Doors 12 months ago. He now also realizes that his parents, Jonjo Snr and Jacqui, have made the right decision to insist that he stick to his books, even though there were some heated discussions.
Jonjo Jnr said: & I am about six months younger than Sean Bowen. He and his brother James immediately started racing while I had to finish school. When Harry Cobden and Sean rode big Saturday winners for Paul Nicholls, I was still watching the first year of my A-levels.
"It was a bit frustrating. I was stuck at school and thought: “This is coming from me. They will be so far ahead & # 39; & # 39 ;. But now I'm catching them up and when I'm a little older, I can do it a little better. It has probably not been a bad thing. "That maturity has certainly been tested. As the son of a double jumping jockey champion, who also landed one of the most memorable Cheltenham Gold Cup victories of all time at Dawn Run in 1986, Jonjo stood for Jnr in the spotlight.
Father has also trained a Cheltenham Gold Cup and Grand National winner who can keep an eye on spotlights. There has been adversity; with a broken leg and jaw, plus a fracture in his back that kept him on the sidelines for eight months.
– Harry Skelton has been booked to be the Paul Nicholls-trained politician to ride in Wednesday's Queen Mother Champion Chase, with Nicholls & # 39; number 1 jockey Harry Cobden on Dynamite Dollars. Cobden will also ride the same day on the Copperhead trained by Colin Tizzard in the RSA Chase.
– Shakem Up & Arry, owned by Harry Redknapp, will run in the Ballymore Novices ’Hurdle on Wednesday. The gelding had been a prominent contender for the Imperial Cup in Sandown today before that meeting was abandoned. Trainer Ben Pauling said: & # 39; It will be a big question, but he is always highly regarded and will run a very nice race in my eyes. & # 39;
– Trainer Donald McCain says that Navajo Pass is on course for Friday's JCB Triumph Hurdle despite being left in the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle on Wednesday. McCain said: "The goal has always been the Triumph. We currently see no reason to deviate from this. "Navajo Pass won the Grade Two Summit Juvenile Hurdle at Doncaster in December to record its second success from three starts in jumps.
"Dad always said how fast racing was and pushed us away from it," he said. "But that made me want to do it more.
" People have probably watched me and watched a little more, mainly because I have the same name, but it doesn't bother me.
& # 39; I want to ride more winners than Dad and be better than him, although I don't tell his face! I have seen all the video & # 39; s. When he saw him driving, he looked like he was ahead of his time. He had 901 winners – 149 winners one season.
"An incredible total! At the time there was a two-month break in the season, racing on Sunday and the roads were not so good. It's hard to achieve, but something to strive for. If I could beat his total season, that would be quite special. & # 39;
Jonjo Jnr has also been affected by the law of unintended consequences. Breaking a leg during a cross-country race in Ireland while he was still in school, and somewhat perverted, persuaded him to pursue a career as a jockey instead of exploring the possibility of being a rugby player.
When two long suspensions and the broken jaw last year meant his progress was long enough to qualify for one last season as a conditional jockey.
I didn't know how well I was going to get it at rugby & he said. "I was on the first team at Cheltenham College next to Ollie Thorley, who plays for Gloucester and is on the English team.
" I was small, but very stocky. I was over 12 when I was the heaviest. I've done 9th £ 7 since I raced back, so I've lost two and a half stones. It could have gone anyway, but I thought I was more likely to race. & # 39;
Jonjo Jnr insists that his father never coached him. He was more influenced by Sir Anthony McCoy and Richie McLernon, a regular jockey at the base of O & Ceynolds for 15 years.
A stint in Aidan O & # 39; Brien & # 39; s Ballydoyle stable also made the victory over Early Doors extra special, with the winner of the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys Handicap Obstacle is trained by Joseph O & Brien with whom Jonjo Jnr had worked together.
Mounts for next week will include his father Annie Mc in the hunt of Marsh Novices and a link of good rides from the Colin Tizzard stable, including Mr. Malarky. in the Ultima Handicap Chase on Tuesday.
& # 39; Annie Mc has won three novic and chases easily, & he said. "She will have to improve again, but she is exciting. I will hopefully pick up one or two that Robbie Power does not run at Colin. The second chance he has is a star in someone else's garden. "
Jonjo Jnr is an Ambassador for Hospitality Finder who runs corporate Hospitality at the Cheltenham and Aintree Festivals.
& # 39; Did it look good on television? & # 39 ;: Tyson Fury & # 39; s heart-warming phone call to his father, moments after his stunning victory over Deontay Wilder revealed in a new documentary while John Fury son & # 39; the best in the f ** mentions & # 39; **** world & # 39;
- John Fury saw his son Tyson fighting Deontay Wilder back in London
- The two shared one emotional phone call shortly after the excellent victory of Fury
- Tyson said he & # 39; too strong & # 39; was for Wilder during their Las Vegas competition
- Mason Mount is broken into the first team in Chelsea this campaign
- His father Tony is clearly proud of his performance with Mount & # 39; s boyhood team
- He placed a throwback snap of Mount as a ballboy on a Champions League night
- Marcos Alonso has endured a stop-start season in Chelsea under Frank Lampard
- Chelsea left back was linked to a move to Serie A side Inter Milan in January
- The 29-year-old's father has now hinted that his son could return to Italy
- Tyson Fury played a stunning performance to beat Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas
- The British boxer has come back from depression and addiction in just two year
- Fury & # 39; s father John was on Good Morning Britain on the journey of Tyson
- He also said he had to visit American President Donald Trump in the White House
- Ianis Hagi scored on Thursday when Rangers came from 2-0 down and won 3-2
- Hagi & # 39; s father Gheorghe was considered one of the best players in the world
- Gheorghe watched in the stands while Steven Gerrard & Brag's side Braga
- defeated Hagi that his father saw his best moment for Rangers
Ianis Hagi enjoyed a & # 39; great & # 39; night after inspiring Rangers to a glorious comeback victory over Braga for his superstar father.
Former Romanian international Gheorghe watched from the Ibrox stand while his 21-year-old son scored twice for Steven Gerrard's team during a stunning two-goal recovery to beat Portuguese visitors 3-2.Former Romanian international Gheorghe (center) viewed from the Ibrox stands on ThursdayIani Hagis celebrates having scored twice to help Rangers get away 2-0 down to score 3-2 collecting
Position: attacking midfielder
Clubs: Farul Constanta, Sportul Studentesc, Steaua Bucuresti, Real Madrid, Brescia, Barcelona, Galataray [Barcelona]
Honors: 3x Romanian League, 2x Romanian Cup, 1x European Super Cup, 2x Spanish Super Cup, 4x Turkish League, 2x Turkish Cup, 1x UEFA Cup
] Ianis Hagi
Position: attacking midfielder
Current club: Rangers
Honors: Belgian Super Cup, Romanian Cup, Romanian Super Cup
Gheorghe became one of the best players in the world in the 1980s and 1990s. considered to be the greatest Romanian footballer of all time.
"My whole family was here so it's great," said Ianis, whose second of the night – a deflected free kick – sealed the victory over the first leg. "It is the first time they have been here and I am really proud that they were in the stands watching me. I am really happy and I think I made them proud. I spoke to my father before the game and he gave me some encouraging words. "We always speak for competitions because he helps me every time.
"I have joined Rangers for such nights. It's great – this is Ibrox, honey. You can't stop believing, even at 2-0. Amazing things happen at Ibrox. & # 39;
Gerrards men had looked down and out prior to Hagi's 67th minute intervention, with sub Joe Aribo drawing the sides with an excellent solo effort of 75 minutes before the Romanian brought the house down with the winner seven minutes later.Hagi, pictured playing for Romania on the 1998 World Cup in France was a world-class star
Hoping to inspire the team to continue from next week's return and reach the final 16 of the Europa League, added Hagi added: & # 39; My dream is to win trophies. This is my mentality and I want to win them every year. This is the mentality I have had since my childhood. I want to be a winner.
"At the start of every season I want to collect trophies. I cannot say that we will win the trophy this season, but we will certainly try well.
"But it's not over yet. This is only the first part. We also have to play well next week.
& # 39; Yes, it is an important victory, but it is still only the first leg and we have to think about St. Johnstone on Sunday.
& # 39; We play every three days, so we don't have time to reflect on a game. But we are confident that we can score in Portugal and make progress. & # 39;
Aribo was overjoyed to get off the couch and & # 39; make 2-2 at night.
He said: & # 39; It is the most important goal of my career so far.
& # 39; The gaffer said I had to be positive when I came and brought the ball to Braga so that they didn't have it in their own way.
& # 39; I have never scored such a & # 39; n goal before. What went through my mind?
"I just passed by the first man and then I couldn't go back. I just had to keep going and then I stood in front of the goal. "Fortunately I found the back of the net. The feeling when the ball hit the net was relief. I just buzzed that it had entered and that we were flat. & # 39;
After a stuttering start by Rangers until 2020, Aribo hopes that the victory can start the second half of the season on the Ibrox side.
& # 39; We needed one & night like that & # 39 ;, he said. "The boys are high. We are all absolutely ecstatic. I have never experienced anything like the atmosphere here tonight. It was like a 12th man. It was a wonderful feeling to have the support of the fans. Now we want to keep up the pace. & # 39;
& # 39; What did you expect from someone conceived in a dressing room? & # 39 ;: Friend of Alf-Inge Haaland joking with scoring sensational son Erling was the result of a romantic encounter in the Leeds dressing room Elland Road
- Erling Haaland performed his burning goal scores in Borussia Dortmund
- The Bundesliga giants fought against competition across Europe for the starlet
- A good family friend joked that Haaland was conceived in the dressing room
- Jan Aage Fjortoft played with Haaland senior in both England and Norway
The Norwegian youth has continued to make headlines since moving from RB Salzburg to Dortmund by achieving one of the most impressive score records in the history of Champions League
Now, after breaking Paris Saint Germain hearts in an exciting 2-1 comeback during the first round of the last 16 bands, a family friend from Haaland has released a comic revelation.Jokes were made that football star Erling Haaland (right) was invented in the dressing roomFormer professional footballer became expert Jan Aage Fjortoft recently made the wise crack
Former professional footballer became expert Jan Aage Fjo rtoft once played with Haaland & # 39; s father, Alf Inge, and has since remained in close contact with both his former international teammate and his son.
Fjortoft played in English football at the same time that Haaland senior practiced his profession with Leeds United, when the young Erling was actually born in Yorkshire.
In an interview with Paolo Condo, a popular expert Fjortoft recently spoke of the joke as a light-hearted statement as to why Haaland is so good.Haaland pictured with his father Alf Inge after signing for Borussia Dortmund in JanuaryAlf Inge played for Leeds United in Premier League when his son Erling was born
& # 39; What did you expect from ie basket conceived in a dressing room? ”Fjortoft said when asked to see dictation about the development of 19-year-old Haaland, as a report Sky Italia .
Haaland senior spent three years with Leeds United from 1997 to 2000, following his introduction to English life with Nottingham Forest
Nine months prior to the birth of his son, Haaland senior played in a thriller with five goals on Elland Road and came as a 78-minute replacement, while Leeds overthrew Newcastle with a 3-2 win.
Alf Inge would later continue to Manchester City after his spell with Leeds, during which time he created a fierce rivalry with Roy Keane of United.
The two men collided on the field several times, resulting in Keane who put on vengeful horror equipment on the Norwegian who watched him leave, banished five games and fined £ 150,000.The 19-year-old cannot stop scoring for his new club and has already scored 11 goalsDortmund players continued on to Haaland after his brace co meback victory over PSG sealed
Erling Haaland left behind Keane & # 39; s former team United to sign for Dortmund in a mov last month and that already seems to be bearing fruit .
In 10 Champions League games this season, Haaland found the net seven times in the back.
After having played only five Bundesliga games, Haaland already had eight goals that started with a sublime hat trick on his debut, despite coming up as a substitute.
Ireland is coming to Twickenham on Sunday under the command of an Englishman who will feel very much at home.
Andy Farrell was England & # 39; s defense coach from 2011 to 2015 before being released by Eddie Jones and taking on the same role in Dublin.
The former British captain of the Rugby League has won his first two games and hopes his party can improve their Six Nations title challenge by defeating an England team headed by his son. Owen.Head coach of Ireland Andy Farrell watches before the Six Nations match against Wales
Here, those who have worked with Farrell Snr offer a unique insight into him.
SHAUN EDWARDS (FORMER WIGAN AND GREAT BRITISH TEAM-MATE)
Andy was always destined to be a great player and coach. I first met him when I was 13. He was twice as big as me then! He was always very confident and above his years in the way he spoke and approached the game.
I remember telling our president Maurice Lindsay: & # 39; We have to sign this man – he is special. & # 39; He signed for Wigan and then played in Wembley at the age of 17 in 1993.
It was like a sore thumb that he would become a player. He was very assertive and capable of a great man. He was destined for Captain Wigan and Great Britain. Not many British players have been named the best player in the world, and Andy won that in 2004.
I have followed Owen since joining the Saracens team at the age of 17. I remember telling Andy: there aren't many families where the father was the number 1 rugby league player in the world and his son the number 1 rugby union player in the world!Farrell of Wigan in action against St. Helens during the Premiership competition in 1996
JAMIE ROBERTS (PLAYED UNDER FARRELL ON 2013 LIONS TOUR)
Andy was a master of his trade, and his ability to get an emotional response from the boys getting was pretty special. I will always remember the "painful arena" speech he gave us during that Lions tour – it was pretty cool. I remember walking away from that meeting, thinking, "I'm invincible."
He has that status as someone who was an uncompromising player. With the Lions he showed how he can coach with emotions, in a way that reminded me of Shaun Edwards.
It is not fear coaching, but he just knew how to get the boys emotionally well. When he spoke, everyone felt ready to go to war for this guy.
When you hear things like that coming from a guy who had so much credibility as a player in a tough sport – speaking of the passion of defense – it certainly worked for me.
EDDIE JONES (COACHED FARRELL AT SARACENS)
Andy was always the type of man who focused on being the best player as a player and continued to do so during his journey as a coach. Joe Schmidt has done an excellent job coaching Ireland and now Andy continues the good work of Joe.
Owen certainly gets his qualities from his father. The apple does not fall far from the tree. There is the same determination and determination to be the best he can be.Eddie Jones believes that Farrell is continuing the good work that Joe Schmidt did as an Irish boss
DAVID STRETTLE (PLAYING WITH FARRELL ON WORLD CUP 2007)
I played with Big Faz early in my career and he was one of the main reasons why I joined Saracens. He was new to coaching at the time and he called me because he knew my contract had expired.
All the qualities that made him a great player were transferred to his coaching. Much of it comes down to work ethics. Everything you hear about Owen – determination, leadership, work ethic – comes from his father.
For boys like Andy it was about getting off the line and being aggressive. Impose yourself. He would always mark players on video and say, "Look at this guy with no ball, incredible pace of work, 85 percent." You would look at it and think, "Yes, this guy works hard". We called it 85 percent.
Then they would show someone who goes five percent higher, 90 percent, and you would think, "Wow, OK, that's the standard we have to go to." He's such a big character and has a huge level of respect, so people listened to him.
JOE LAUNCHBURY (PLAYED FOR ENGLAND UNDER FARRELL)
There are many similarities with Little Faz (Owen) here. You remember a little Andy by the way, like Faz is now. I always knew him as a really energetic coach who spoke very well.
When he played, especially in the competition, he was the leader who spoke emotionally and passionately and he certainly had that as a coach. But you can't just be that. You must also have a level of detail. As I say, it reminds me a lot of Owen because they are very similar in many ways – in terms of message delivery.
I always had the feeling that Andy had a head coach role in him. It was only a matter of time. His first two games in charge of Ireland were also not bad.Joe Launchbury believes that Owen and Andy Farrell are very similar and have spent time with them
PS ANDY FARRELL (ON SIVEN EVENING RIVALRY)
It is certainly not strange for us because it has never been different . It's as professional as it gets, because that's all we know, with Owen being a professional and I being a professional coach.
I am proud of the situation – as a father and he as a son – and how it is treated, because it is one of the greatest respects, but above all professionalism.
The most difficult part is for Colleen (the wife of Andy, the mother of Owen). And the sisters of Owen and the young fellow Gabriel. It's weird for them. They have incredibly mixed emotions, I have no doubt about it.
How do they come to terms with this? I suppose they hope that both parties do well – and that is not going to happen, right? So it's hard for them.Owen, son of Andy , faces his father as a player for England against Ireland in the Six Nations
In a documentary for ITV called Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King, Fury is filmed while receiving a telephone to talk to his father at the moments after his seventh-round victory over Wilder in Las Vegas .
John Fury could not fly to America to sit on the ring for his son's fight because he saw a prison sentence in 2011 for having stuck the eye of a man. He was also denied a visa for their first fight last December in Los Angeles.
He beamed to him after his son's victory: & You are the best fighting man I have ever seen in my entire life. & # 39;
& # 39; I was too strong for him dad. 40 pounds heavier than him, & quot; Tyson said, just as live footage of him appeared on the phone in his dressing room on the television that John was watching.
& # 39; Everyone thought about what he does about this high weight? 272 pounds – I was 19th today, solid, & Tyson continued. & # 39; Did it look good on television? & # 39;
& # 39; It was the best I have ever seen in my life & # 39 ;, John said. & # 39; You could not write it.
& # 39; You did it, you equated the performance of Muhammad Ali. But let me tell you son it was a performance, I'm still shaking. Be careful, love your son. & # 39;
Fury Sr. was filmed for his son's complete victory over Wilder.
When Fury hit Wilder in the third round, his father had a very excited reaction.
& # 39; That's what a 19-stone man can do, & # 39; roared Fury Sr. "When you have a heart, when you are bred to fight when you're king … that's what comes out of these balls."
Fury Sr. knew that his son was near a famous triumph at the end of the sixth round as he watched a tired Wilder return to his corner.
& # 39; Wilder & # 39; s f **** d & # 39 ;, he told the camera & # 39; s moments before his corner threw in the towel.
And when the victory was confirmed, Fury shouted: & # 39; Heavyweight champion of the world! I said it! Now believe in John Fury. The gypsy king did it! & # 39;
Tyson's relationship with his father is a recurring theme of the last episode in the ITV series.
& # 39; I am the proudest person on the planet Tyson, & Anger said in a quieter moment of reflection. & # 39; How many people can sit and say they have done what he has done? I have the privilege of having such a & # 39; n son. & # 39;
That doesn't mean that Fury was completely dragged along with everything his son did on the night in Las Vegas.
At a more light-hearted moment, while Fury was on a throne to the throne ring was worn with a crown on it, his father looked rather astonished.
I have never seen anything like this, "he said.
The last one episode of Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King is on Thursday at 9 pm on ITV
& # 39; From Champions League ball boy to Champions League player & # 39 ;: Mason Mount's father throws a backlash from the midfielder on the field side for confronting Chelsea with Bayern Munich
Like any player who plays the first team, football on the highest level, Mason Mount had a long journey.
He was accompanied on that road by the people around him, including his father, Tony, before he broke the first team on Chelsea this campaign.
It is therefore no surprise that Tony Mount is proud that his son regularly plays for Chelsea and he proved that he posted on Twitter in a throwback snap on Tuesday.
Mount Sr has uploaded two photos of Mount – with one of them a piece of cake on the side of the field during a Champions League match in Chelsea.
The other photo is of Mount these days, now that he has reached the first team in Chelsea and is probably playing for them against Bayern Munich on Tuesday night.
Tony added a caption to the photo and wrote: & # 39; From Champions League ball boy to Champions League player & # 39 ;.
He followed that with a quote that reads: & # 39; Stay focused, stay driven & # 39 ;.
The 21-year-old is likely to act against the German giants after an impressive performance in the Spurs game at the weekend.
& # 39; I can only say that my son loves Italy & # 39 ;: Chelsea left the father of Marcos Alonso behind hints son could return to Serie A after attracting interest from Inter Milan
Marcos Alonso's father hinted that his son that could go back to Italy to play his football.
The left back of Chelsea had aroused interest from people like Inter Milan in the January transfer window after enduring a stop-start season under Frank Lampard on Stamford Bridge.
And during an interview with Calciomercato the father of the former Fiorentina man, Marcos Alonso Pena – who during his career for Atletico Madrid and Barcelona played – has talked about his son's great memory of Italy.
When asked what memory Alonso has of life in Italy and playing his football in the Serie A, the father replied: & # 39; Great.
& # 39; He always talks about his legendary three years in Florence, saying that the Serie A is a beautiful championship and is still very close to Italy because he has many friends there. He has a very good memory. & # 39;
Alonso was strongly associated with a move in the transfer window in January when he was looking for more playing time with Lampard who preferred Emerson Palmieri.
Inter-manager Antonio Conte was associated with a reunification with Alonso, whose Chelsea contract expires in 2023, but a move failed.
And his father – a former Spanish international – was questioned about a return and asked if a return to the Serie A is possible in the future.
I don't know, it's hard to say, he replied. He still has a three-year contract with Chelsea, it does not depend on him, but on the will of the English club. I can only say that my son loves Italy. & # 39;
Before Alonso joined Chelsea, he played three years for Fiorentina between 2013-2016 and made a total of 85 performances.
& # 39; When you see a man who drinks himself dead to escape reality … & # 39 ;: John Fury reveals depths of despair, son Tyson sunk in depression before a miraculous comeback … and says & # 39; Gypsy King & # 39; Donald must go and visit Trump in the White House!
Tyson Fury & # 39; s father John Fury opened the low point reached his son during his boxing hiatus with depression and addiction for his astonishing return to the ring.
Speaking with Good Morning Britain Fury Snr. admitted he squeezed himself & # 39; in the progress that Tyson has made over the past two years, and said that the heavyweight star must accept the invitation from Donald Trump to visit him in the White House.
Fury, nicknamed the & # 39; Gypsy King & # 39 ;, was Saturday night in Las Vegas in inspired form when he stopped Deontay Wilder in the seventh round of their rematch, when the American corner in the towel.
I will be honest with you, I am sat here today and I continue to pinch myself because where he two years ago, there was actually no hope & # 39 ;, said John Fury at GMB.
"He was so low, he went so far back that I didn't think he would ever come back. A light switch just went on and off, but here we are today.
"It was a dark time when you see a man drinking himself dead to escape reality, he ate all kinds of food in the bucket load and he did it for you.
& # 39; When your son no longer cares for [about] what you think, a father and a parent, it's time to worry. & # 39;
However, Tyson managed to get his life back on track after a period of depression after his victory against Wladmir Klitschko in November 2015.
After the first fight against Wilder, which ended in a shared decision-making in December 2018, Fury received the victory he longed for in the spectacular style at the weekend, beating his opponent twice in a dominant display.
& # 39; I immediately spoke to him on the phone from the BT studio and congratulated him on what he had done, how proud I had been, & # 39 ; John continued.
"I see the joy in his face, his life is now complete. And now there is a difference with him.
"When he first defeated Klitschko [Wladimir]his body language was not great. But this time he is at the top of the world, he is exactly where he should be. & # 39;
Even US President Donald Trump responded to the & # 39; big fight & # 39; and said he would invite Fury and Wilder to the White House – the move Fury Snr. approved from.
& # 39; That's not good for anger! And I am a big fan of Donald Trump, it was a great trip and see where it ended.
& # 39; And what a great point to bow and meet him at the White House! & # 39;