Roma manager Luciano Spalletti has labelled Francesco Totti as a genius, while he also went on to explain why the Roman legend cannot play in every game.
We’re one-third of the way through the 2016-17 Premier League season and there are only three points separating the top four – Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal.
Leicester City’s title defence has been non-existent and Manchester United’s title challenge looks to be over before Christmas.
It happens rarely to see Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo, hail another player as one of the greatest exponents of the sport.
Nevertheless, the Portugal star does it sometimes but whenever he hails any player, he makes sure it is someone who is actually worth it and a legendary figure.
Just two days into his 40th birthday anniversary, Francesco Totti has scored his 250th Serie A goal for Roma in their game against Torino on Sunday.
While it was good or the player, this was not enough for the team as the end of the game saw them emerge losers with Torino placing three goals into Roma’s back net.
Francesco Totti says that playing for Roma may have meant lesser trophies in his cabinet, but he is just extremely glad that he has been able to represent his city for such a long time.
England coach Sam Allardyce explained that he clearly had no axe to grind when he banished Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford to the Under 21 side.
Thomas Muller has stated that Bayern Munich needs Arjen Robben in the team.
He said that the Dutch player is a valuable member of the team and that the German side still needs him. Arjen Robben is currently injured and in most likelihood will not be ready for the start of the new season.