Gastón Ramírez: “Coronavirus? Sampdoria did not hide anything, others did ”

first_imgFor the blucerchiato striker at Calcio there are many more affected by COVID-19 of those who came to light and, therefore, attacked the other teams in the championship: “La Sampdoria never hid anything, other teams did, and I don’t understand why. It was a lack of respect towards who was transparent and towards the people who were in contact with those infected. “Ramírez affirmed that Sampdoria lived the situation calmly: “The infected colleagues always reassured us about their conditions. Revealing the positives is not a crime, it is a matter of ethics. Does anyone seriously think that in Serie A, only our team has had five, six cases?“ In Italy there was much controversy about the management of the coronavirus emergency in football: in Serie A there are 16 infected and the team that has been hit the most has been Sampdoria, with seven. Gastón Ramírez spoke of the situation in an interview with the newspaper ‘Il Secolo XIX’: “They are very hard days, I feel a lot of sadness for the deceased and their families“last_img read more

Podcast: Sportsday on talkSPORT 2, May 9

first_imgManchester CIty are in danger of missing out on a Champions League berth after drawing with Arsenal and Andy Murray surrendered his Madrid Open crown to Novak Djokovic.Here’s the latest from Tom Macleod and the team on Monday May the 9th.last_img