first_imgJust five days after the Champions League second leg against Dortmund, PSG’s main objective is to recover Neymar for the cause. The brazilian He has been questioned about his fitness in recent games (there has been talk of overweight), and all preceded by the injury he suffered in the ribs against Montpellier on February 1.In the first leg of the eighth European Cup played in Dortmund, Neymar criticized the management of his injury by Tuchel and the PSG medical staff. The lack of pace with which he came to the appointment was one of the triggers so he could not perform at the highest level, and that marked the only goal of the Parisians. Four days later, he would see the expulsion against Bordeaux, losing another match and unable to recover sensations. As L’Equipe confirms, Neymar feels disappointed and regrets that he couldn’t play more in the last month. Since the injury he suffered in the ribs against Montpellier, he has only been able to play three games, that of Dortmund, 4-3 against Bordeaux (he saw the expulsion), and 1-5 against Lyon, match in which he returned to leave enough doubts, despite the goal he scored as a penalty.However, from Paris they trust that Neymar reaches 100% of Wednesday’s match against Dortmund. One of the keys for Tuchel to move on to the next round will be that of the Brazilian, that in the last two years he had lost the knockout stages due to injury, and that has between eyebrow and eyebrow lift the maximum continental competition in the French capital.last_img read more

first_imgEric receives the award from Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill.Well-known Letterkenny sports reporter Eric White has landed a major award.The affable broadcaster, who works with BBC Radio Foyle in Derry, picked up the Best Broadcast Award from Republic of Ireland boss Martin O’Neill at the FAI Awards in Sligo’s Clarion Hotel.The award was the FAI Communication Awards for Best Broadcast.Eric’s entry was a compilation of his work on Derry City in Europe last season – following the team through Wales v Aberystwyth and in Belarus v Shakytor Soligorsk.A stalwart with Letterkenny Rovers and a genuinely nice guy, Eric was inundated with well-wishers following his award.Eric joked on social media “Lucky 13 years with BBC Radio Foyle.”A truly well-deserved award for a man who knows his sport, all he has to do now is to stop supporting Spurs!Congrats Eric from all at Donegal Daily.* Meanwhile, well-known local photographer Gary Foy mad sure Eric didn’t feel alone at the awards.The Donegal Junior League PRO and acclaimed photographer won the ‘Best Photo’ prize for his picture (below) of Finn Harps midfielder Wilfried Tagbo.Well done Gary!  WELL-KNOWN SPORTS REPORTER RECEIVES TOP BROADCAST AWARD FROM FAI was last modified: July 18th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:BBC RADIO FOYLEdonegalEric Whiteletterkennylast_img read more