Saturday, January 2, 2010

Toni, a point for Roma


A 2006 world champion back home. As expected, the Bayern Munich formalized, midday Thursday on its website, the loan for six months for Luca Toni to AS Roma. In lack of playing time in the German club (only played 4 matches in the Bundesliga), the Italian striker of 32 years returned home, 2 ½ years after his departure from Fiorentina. 4th in Serie A with a perfect record in the fall, training Ranieri has a true center-forward, a terror surfaces to accompany Totti, Vucinic and Menez.

With Luca Toni and Ruud van Nistelrooy, the winter mercato proposed two experienced scorers on the loose in their respective clubs, respectively, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid. The two thirtysomethings could find themselves in the Premier League, having experienced a beautiful glory days at Manchester United, the other being courted by fellow Italian Carlo Ancelotti to strengthen Chelsea, Didier Drogba denied during the month of January.

Road to World Cup

Luca Toni had nevertheless warned: if left Germany, his only possible destination would be his country. Wounded during the summer and then relegated to the bench (4 appearances in the Bundesliga 5 months) or meetings of Cups, the center forward of the 2006 world champions again in Serie A, two and a half years after leaving the Fiorentina, where he had scored a mere 47 goals in two seasons. A native of Emilia-Romagna and formed the club in the region, Modena, Toni has long baroudi before finally revealing to Palermo, from 2003 to 2005.

The ever-present Nazionale, Luca Toni could not simply play the linings of Mario Gomez, Ivica Olic and Miroslav Klose. "I should be in Rome for the occasion, he warned a few days ago on CBC Radio Centro Suono Sport Italian. I want to raise, make a good second half of the season to go to the World Cup final and remain to AS Roma. At age 33 next spring, "Tonigol" (47 selections to 16 goals) will obviously play his final international tournament with the World Cup in Africa.

Totti-Toni magic duo?

On loan 6 months, Luca Toni will finally does his career at AS Roma? Until know, Claudio Ranieri may be pleased to host a real edge. After a disastrous start to the season, in line with the previous year, the Giallorossi have finally completed their journey in 4th position at the break thanks to a series of 8 victories in the last 10 outings. Francesco Totti, Mirko Vucinic and Jeremy Menez fall offensive tasks, mostly in a system with two wingers and a single peak, as in the era Luciano Spaletti. With the arrival of Toni, Ranieri could test a system he knows well from having played with Juventus, 4-4-2. Francesco Totti then regain more freedom to support the point Toni.

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Valter said...

Hello my friend, thank you very much for your visit, good weekend with happiness and peace, happy 2010. Hugs Valter.

Maroussia said...

It will be great to watch Bayern Munich, i have bought tickets from
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