Cristiano Ronaldo Sends Message Manager, Juventus Teammates
Juventus forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, has urged the club, including new manager, Andrea Pirlo, teammates and staff of the Bianconeri to work together and conquer Italy, Europe and the world in the 2020/21 season which, starts in September.
Ronaldo said this in a series of posts on his Instagram account on Thursday.
The Portuguses captain said: “As I am getting ready for my third season as a Bianconero, my spirit and ambition are as high as ever. Goals. Victories. Commitment. Dedication. Professionalism. With all my strength and with the precious help from my teammates and all of the Juventus staff, we work once again to conquer Italy, Europe and the World.
“Breaking records and overcoming obstacles. Winning titles and achieving personal goals. To do more and better once and again. To reach higher and to succeed in all challenges that may come our way.
“Making every year into an adventure better than the one before and winning everything for our fans and supporters.”
The Juventus number 7 scored 31 goals in 33 Serie A matches for Juventus last season.
The 35-year-old helped the Turin club to win their ninth consecutive Scudetto.
Arsenal have announced that Mikel Arteta’s job title has changed from head coach to first-team manager.
This was confirmed in a club statement posted on the official website on Thursday night.
“Right from the day he walked through the door, he was doing much more than being our head coach.
“So we’re going to be changing his job title going forward. He’ll move from head coach to be the first-team manager. That’s recognition of what he’s been doing from the day he walked in the door, but also where we see his capabilities,” part of the statement read.
Arteta replaced Unai Emery in December 2019.
The Spaniard ended a turbulent campaign for the Gunners with silverware, as they beat Chelsea 2-1 in the FA Cup final.
Arsenal also defeated Liverpool to lift the Community Shield last month.