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Paul Gotsis - Soccer Conditioning Coach Asteras Tripolis fc Super League Greece

Σάββατο, 13 Οκτωβρίου 2012

"The contaminated soda '




Former Olympiacos Fc, Luciano Galletti revealed that the kidney problem was created in 1997 by damaged soda. The Argentine also said that the incident with the baking soda when he was struggling with the U-20 in his country. Then pointed out that in the last game with Olympiacos struggled with 20 pressure.

"In 1997 I was with the national team U-20 Argentina to Mexico. Drank soda with ice, but the water was contaminated. Afflicted with flu and sore throat vigorously me something that led to kidney failure.

To avoid the risk of ruptured kidney decided to quit football. As soon as the match ended, the next day I realized that I could not play again. In the last game I struggled (against Larissa in January 2010) had 20 pressure which is very dangerous, "said the 32-year old former Olympic ace.

As for his future after successful kidney transplant from his father, said: "The doctors encouraged me to fight again. They gave me motivation for surgery. I'll try to come back in one month. This will certainly happen with Estudiantes. "

Former Argentina midfielder Matías Almeyda in doping and fixing claims



River Plate's coach, Matías Almeyda, has made allegations about doping and fixing during his playing career.
The former Parma midfielder Matías Almeyda has made astonishing revelations about match-fixing and doping in Italy in his autobiography.
The former Argentina international, in his book Almeyda: Life and Soul, claims he was given what he now believes were drugs while at the Serie A club between 2000 and 2002.
"At Parma we were given an IV drip before games," Almeyda said, in extracts printed by the Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport. "They said it was a mixture of vitamins but before entering the field I was able to jump up as high as the ceiling.
"Players do not ask questions but then in the following years there are cases of former players dying from heart problems, suffering from muscular issues and more. I think it is the consequence of the things that have been given to them."
One of the biggest shocks of the book, especially following the latest match-fixing scandal to hit Italian football, is Almeyda's revelations that Roma players asked their Parma counterparts to throw a decisive match between the two clubs at the end of the 2000-01 season. Roma won 3-1 and edged out Juventus for the Serie A title.
"Some Parma team-mates told us that the Roma players wanted us to lose the game. That as we weren't playing for anything, it was the same," said the River Plate manager. "I said no and the majority responded that way. But on the field I saw that some were not running as they always did. So I asked to be substituted and went into the changing room. Money? I do not know, they called it a favour."
Almeyda also played for Lazio, Internazionale, Milan and Brescia. He acknowledges that he struggled with alcohol during his time at Inter. "Throughout my career I smoked 10 cigarettes a day. Alcohol was also a problem. I burned everything off in training but I lived on the limits," Almeyda said. "Once in Azul, my country, I drank five litres of wine, like Coca Cola, and I ended up in some kind of coma. To try to get it out of my system I ran five kilometres until I saw the sun spinning.
"A doctor put me on a drip for five hours. It would have been a scandal as at the time I was playing for Inter. When I woke up and I saw my whole family around the bed, I thought it was my funeral."
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