Metalist skipper Jose Sosa, Alejandro Gomez and Jonathan Cristaldo have said they will stay in Argentina until the situation in Ukraine returns to normal or their contracts are canceled. "It's unreasonable to stay in a country where we don't feel ... Hong Kong Standard, 1 month ago
Argentinian players refuse to return to Ukraine: Reports - The Gulf Today, 1 month ago
Argentine players won't return to Ukraine - MSN New Zealand, 1 month ago
SAO PAULO -- Brazilian club Palmeiras says it could not reach an agreement with former World Cup veteran Ronaldinho, ending its hopes of signing the player as part of its centennial celebrations Tuesday. The club said on its official Twitter page ...Miami Herald, 1 day ago Former Brazil star Ronaldinho in talks to sign with Brazilian club Palmeiras FOXNews.com, 1 day ago Brazilian free agent Ronaldinho in talks to join Palmeiras Al Ahram, 1 day ago Ronaldinho in talks to join Palmeiras Business Ghana, 22 hours ago
2014-08-05T18:08+02:00 18:08 05.08.2014 President of FC Metalist Kharkiv Serhiy Kurchenko has said that the club has no problems with financing. "The club currently has no problems with financing. Players get their salaries on time and in ...Interfax-Ukraine, 3 weeks ago
Fighting between pro-Russia rebels and government forces has ravaged Ukraine . AFP Kiev: Three Argentinian players of top flight side Metalist Kharkiv have refused to return to their Ukrainian club because of the ongoing conflict in the ...NDTV, 1 month ago
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