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Sarri hopes to have Chiellini ready to return as soon as the experienced centre-back feels physically comfortable, with Juve entering a potentially decisive part of the season in which they play five games in 16 days.The Bianconeri head to Hellas Verona in Serie A on Saturday before two games next week, including a Coppa Italia clash with Milan on February 13. The first leg of the Champions League last-16 tie against Lyon is on February 26.“He’s proceeding as scheduled. Giorgio is alternating between individual and team training,” Sarri said to reporters.“The progress that he is making is very important. The most important thing right now is to listen to what he says to us. Clinically, he is totally healed. All that matters now is how he feels.”Maurizio Sarri hopes to have Giorgio Chiellini available soon, although he will not rush back the defender. https://t.co/iGBx30oBzh #football #soccer #Football— Sportskeeda Football (@SK_Football) February 7, 2020Sarri has no concerns about the fitness of Cristiano Ronaldo, who turned 35 this week and struggled in the first part of the season with a knee problem.“Cristiano was in excellent condition in today’s training and has been ever since he got over his knee trouble,” he said.Sarri plans to give more playing time to Adrien Rabiot, who has started four Serie A games in 2020 after starting just five times in the league before the turn of the year.However, he insists Blaise Matuidi will have an important role to play during the remainder of the season. Read Also: Ronaldo wishes himself happy 35th birthday as Juventus superstar defies his age“Rabiot is improving a lot and is in a very good moment, so I’ve picked him rather than other midfielders, but we can’t forget who Matuidi is and what strengths he has,” said Sarri.“In the long run, Matuidi is one of those players who is always useful. This is just one period; there are lots of games to play.“But now, I honestly think we have to give this guy [Rabiot] some consistency. He’s finding confidence and form. I think he can improve further. I think it’s important now to let him play four or five games to find consistency.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Maurizio Sarri hopes to have Giorgio Chiellini available soon, although he will not rush back the defender. Giorgio Chiellini is close to making his Juventus return, head coach Maurizio Sarri has confirmed.Advertisement The 35-year-old had surgery in September on a ruptured cruciate ligament and was ruled out for six months. Promoted ContentTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Thailand’s Most Exquisite Architectural WondersYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Ever Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body5 Reasons Why The Black Widow Solo Movie Will Be Awesome7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You
Related Stories Syracuse women’s lacrosse solves Stony Brook’s defense to survive upset bid in 7-6 winGallery: Syracuse women’s lacrosse advances to NCAA tournament quarterfinals with win over Stony BrookALL IN: The best player in SU history has one last shot at winning the only award she wantsSyracuse women’s lacrosse won’t host 1st weekend of NCAA tournament due to lack of available hotel roomsWomen’s lacrosse NCAA tournament 2016: Breaking down the field Facebook Twitter Google+ How Syracuse beats USC: Dominate the draw (again). The Trojans don’t turn the ball over a ton (12.1 per game), clear well (.859 clearing percentage) and convert their chances (.517 shooting percentage). By holding Syracuse to its fewest goals in a game this season (seven), Stony Brook’s defense showed other teams that forcing the Orange to play through someone other than Kayla Treanor can create problems.Despite the struggle to score, Syracuse still escaped Stony Brook by solving the defense for a four-goal run in the second half and maintaining an 11-4 edge on the draw to give itself extra possessions. The 5-foot-9 Treanor dominated SBU’s 5-foot-5 Kasey Mitchell but she’ll have a tougher time with USC’s 5-foot-10 Michaela Michael.It took 50 minutes for the Orange to overcome the Seawolves’ pressing defense. Syracuse now faces a tougher task and will need the extra minutes with the ball to ensure it has all the chances it needs to advance.Numbers to Know:8.3 — Southern California has won by an average of 8.3 goals per game this season. Nine of the Trojans’ 20 wins came by double-digit goals.3 — Southern California beat three teams—No. 6 Stony Brook, No. 7 Notre Dame and No. 8 Stanford — that finished in the Top 10 in the final Inside Lacrosse poll of the season. Syracuse beat four such teams.4 — This season is only USC’s fourth in existence. Each year the Trojans win total has risen.Player to watch: Michaela MichaelThe 5-foot-10 junior is Southern California’s version of Kayla Treanor: A big, do-it-all attack that leads her team in goals (66), assists (31), game-winners (6) and draw controls (103). The third-team All-American last season only improved this year, racking up 31 assists when she’d totaled 19 in her first two seasons and posting a career-high goal total with a career-best .569 shooting percentage. She’s also been at her best when USC has been challenged, though that’s been rarely. In USC’s three games decided by fewer than three goals, Michael has led her team in points each time, averaging three per contest. In a game that promises to be tighter than normal for USC, its success depends heavily on how Michael handles the attention of a top-rate defense. Comments No. 4 seed Syracuse (18-5, 5-2 Atlantic Coast) will host Southern California (20-0, 9-0 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals on Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. in the Carrier Dome. The Orange played the second round in Newton, Massachusetts because SU could not secure enough hotel rooms in the Syracuse area for a game it would have hosted.Both teams had a first-round bye. The Orange dodged Stony Brook in the second round, 7-6, on Sunday while the Trojans beat Stanford, 14-8. Syracuse’s prolific offense will be matched up with USC’s historic defense. This NCAA tournament is also the last chance for Syracuse’s best-ever, Kayla Treanor, to lead her team to a national championship.Here’s everything you need to know before SU plays USC:All-Time Series: This will be the first meeting between the two teams.The Southern California Report: The Trojans began the season by imposing its will on Stetson with a 21-2 beatdown that set the tone for the rest of the season. USC won seven games by 13 or more goals. Despite running through a weak conference with ease — the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation sent just one other team, Stanford, to the NCAA tournament — USC poses a significant obstacle in Syracuse’s path to the Final Four.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textUSC proved it could hang with the sport’s best by beating Stony Brook, 14-10, at home in mid-March and then gritting out a 14-11 win over Northwestern and a 5-4 win over Notre Dame three days later.The gaudy goal numbers became bloated by picking on inferior teams, but the defense is legit. After facing the No. 2 defense in the nation in Stony Brook, Syracuse will face the country’s best on Saturday. USC allows a stingy 5.5 goals per game and has held opponents to fewer than 10 goals in 18 of 20 games this season.But Southern California usually stops opponents before they can take a shot on net. Led by 5-foot-4 senior defender Courtney Tarleton’s 50 caused turnovers, USC forces the second most caused turnovers in the country. The Trojans also vacuum up groundballs with a deep defensive rotation including sophomore Lydia Sutton, junior Nina Kelty and senior Kelsey Dreyer. Published on May 17, 2016 at 12:50 am Contact Sam: firstname.lastname@example.org | @Sam4TR
That’s despite current boss Laurent Blanc only signing a two-year contract extension in February.Sky Sports is reporting that PSG’s chairman has made contact with Mourinho’s agent Jorge Mendes.But it’s believed Mourinho’s preference is to see what happens at Manchester United at the end of the season first.