Полузащитник римской «Ромы» и сборной Армении Генрих Мхитарян рассказал о своем будущем.
По словам полузащитника, он счастлив в «Роме».
«У нас не было времени обсудить контракт. Скоро поговорим», — передает слова Мхитаряна Football Italia.
В нынешнем сезоне Генрих Мхитарян провел 17 матчей в итальянской Серии А, забил восемь мячей и отдал 8 результативных передач.
Ранее Месси был назван лучшим плеймейкером десятилетия по версии IFFHS.
Sam Mac had plenty to say after a critic slammed him in the comments section on his Instagram recently.
The 38-year-old Sunrise weatherman shared a screenshot of the woman's remark and his witty response on Instagram on Thursday.
'He's so full of himself, and his cats, he needs to get a life, I don't watch Sunrise anymore,' wrote the woman.
Responding to the critic, known as 'Barb', Sam addressed her directly and informed her that he would be on Sunrise for the long haul.
He captioned the biting post: '#Pray4Barb'.
It's not the first time Sam has engaged with a critic on social media.
In January 2019, he shared a nasty message he was sent from a woman named 'Carol', who congratulated him for 'being less annoying'.
'I am actually starting to like you these days. I think you have settled into your role easier and you're not so annoying now,' her critique read.
She then went on to take a swipe at Sam's on-air wardrobe choices.
'Please chuck that army fatigue shirt in the dirty green. The colour is not TV friendly. You suit blue tones and bright greens, not browns, tans and motley greens,' she continued.
Hours later, Sam clapped back at the criticism, wearing an army fatigue shirt and holding up a sign reading: 'Morning Carol'.
There comes a time when even Frank Lampard will find it impossible to argue why he has left certain players out.
Right now it is not the A-listers he acquired in his £220million spending spree last summer that he overlooks. No. It's the Cobham Kids, as they are affectionately known, that are knocking so hard on the door it is just about to come off the hinges.
Take Callum Hudson-Odoi as one example. A fine player, perhaps among the most gifted young footballers in European football and yet, despite his form, there he sat on the bench as Chelsea huffed and puffed against 10-man Fulham.
He came on eventually, 15 minutes left on the clock, to replace Hakim Ziyech. He will have asked the question this week just what more he has to do to make the starting XI on a regular basis and Lampard knows his excuses are running out.
'Callum could've deserved to start today, to be fair,' Lampard said after the less-than-impressive win at Fulham.
'It's not easy selections for me on that side of the pitch at the moment. I am delighted with how he is playing at the minute and he is approaching it in the right way. He will get many, many minutes for us.'
With Bayern Munich sniffing around last summer, Lampard and Chelsea made a show of their commitment to Hudson-Odoi by giving him a five-year deal worth more than £120,000 a week.
This was first team money. This was 'you can be a regular starter here' type money.
And with Eden Hazard gone before Lampard could get his feet under the table in the summer of 2019, opportunities were there.
Thirty-five games he made in all competitions with four goals and seven assists. England recognition followed and Hudson-Odoi's stock soared.
Take striker Tammy Abraham as another example. He made 47 appearances last season, scoring 18 goals. It was the most games in a single season in his career to date and he finished as the club's top scorer en route to their fourth-placed league finish.
Three loan spells - Bristol City, Swansea City and Aston Villa - had doubters questioning whether Abraham was ever going to make it. Was any Chelsea boss ever going to give him a fair shot? Lampard did and it yielded spectacular results.
And yet both sat on the bench at Fulham questioning why they were being overlooked. The truth is, it is impossible for Lampard to ignore any more.
Spending £220m changes the optics. Expectations escalate overnight and big fees typically buy players more lives, more chances to 'prove' why Chelsea invested so heavily in them.
Take Werner, signed for £54m, seen as one of Europe's deadliest finishers. No player in Chelsea's entire squad has made more appearances than him and yet he has only one goal more than Abraham, who has played 780 minutes less this season.
Then there is Havertz, sitting on 22 games to Hudson-Odoi's 17.
Lampard was winning with the Cobham Kids last year, winning so much with them that they finished inside the top four without making a signing. While it was a roll of the dice many felt he had no choice but to make, the former Blues midfielder felt vindicated.
And now Lampard must again be brave, must again place faith in those that made his first season in charge such a delight. There will be bruised egos, confidences knocked but right now with pressure building, it is the kids who can get the Blues back on course.
Five of the last six goals have come from academy talents and Abraham has scored three of those.
The most recent came against Fulham, a crucial one turning one point into three, from Mason Mount, in contention to be Chelsea's Player of the Season so far.
Mount went with Lampard to Derby County in 2018-19 and thrived. When his loan ended and his boss was going back with him to Stamford Bridge he was seen as ready to go.
The 22-year-old has his critics, accusing him of getting special treatment from Lampard 'like a son', but he merits every minute he gets. Only Werner has seen more gametime this season and that comes as no surprise.
Chelsea are not in their best moment but while others, like Werner, freeze, Mount's personality, his win-at-all-costs mentality is dragging them to results.
His effort at Fulham was well taken 12 minutes from time. It was a perfect capture of the moment Lampard finds himself in when Mount wheeled off in celebration and club record signing Havertz remained an unused substitute on the bench.
'I thought Mason's all-round performance was fantastic,' Lampard said afterwards. 'He has been very, very good for us last year and this year. His effort, attitude and quality of play was outstanding.'
While Mount's transition into a bonafide leader for this side has appeared seamless, so too has that of full-back Reece James.
The 21-year-old made something of an understated start to life in the first team but is now a threat in attack and reliable in defence.
Both are, when fit, viewed as certain starters in Lampard's Chelsea 2.0.
As they head to Leicester sat seventh, six points off the Foxes and eight points off leaders Manchester United, Lampard is at something of a sliding doors moment.
Missing out on Europe is seen as out of the question given the huge outlay made on players last summer. But Havertz and Werner have not and are not delivering in this moment.
Lampard cannot let a price tag or a bruised ego stop him from unleashing the kids he knows he can trust.
Alan Hansen famously remarked 'you can't win anything with kids' but without them, Chelsea cannot seem to find their feet. It's time to shake it up - starting at Leicester.
Just like five years ago, nobody is talking about them. Yet just like five years ago, Leicester are there again, in the thick of the battle.
While it will be incredibly difficult to repeat the title win of 2016, Leicester’s target is to right the wrong of last season when they spent all but one week inside the top four.
Unfortunately for Brendan Rodgers, that week was the final one of the season and meant they were pipped to a Champions League place.
There are still 20 matches to go, starting with a crucial fixture at home to Chelsea on Tuesday, but there is every reason to believe Leicester can go one better this time.
The squad is deeper, thanks to clever recruitment which brought defenders Timothy Castagne and Wesley Fofana to the club.
The young English players are improving, too: between them, James Maddison and Harvey Barnes have 17 goals in all competitions this season, while full back James Justin delivered another impressive performance in front of England manager Gareth Southgate.
The caveat, as always, is what would happen should Jamie Vardy suffer a long-term injury. Leicester’s top scorer is a doubt for the Chelsea game after another flare-up of his ongoing hip problem.
Yet Ayoze Perez impressed as a false No 9 in the FA Cup win at Stoke while Barnes’s pace and energy make him a possible deputy for Vardy.
‘The common denominator of us dropping off over the last 10 games of last season was that we were missing our best players. It’s as simple as that,’ said Rodgers.
‘If we look at the team now, a year on, I think there have been developments from a tactical perspective and mentality wise.’
Southampton were tough opponents in an excellent game, but Maddison’s brilliant strike eight minutes before half-time opened the door and, after Leicester had wasted several chances on the break, Barnes settled the matter in stoppage time with his 10th goal of the season.
Saints will always struggle without Danny Ings, who was unavailable after his recent positive test for Covid-19, but Stuart Armstrong was outstanding in midfield and Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side will regret not scoring when they were on top in the opening 25 minutes.
‘We did our best with the options we have,’ said Hasenhuttl. ‘We have nine injured but we are fighting for everything.’