Football: 2010 – 2011 edition of U-19 EC, organized in Romania
The final tour of the 2010 – 2011 edition of the Under-19 European Football Championship will take place in Romania, according to the decision of the UEFA Executive Committee, reunited in Bucharest on Tuesday, the Romanian Football Federation announced. The dates and locations of the matches will be established afterwards, and our team will be qualified directly for this final stage.
Mutu, forced to postpone his return on the field
The Romanian footballer Adrian Mutu, attacker of the Italian team Fiorentina, was forced to postpone his return to the field due to his improper recovery after the left knee surgery he underwent a month ago, the Italian press announced.
According to the ANSA Agency, quoted by Agerpres, Mutu still complains of persistent pain in the left knee, a fact confirmed by professor Pierpaolo Mariani from the Villa Stuart clinic in Rome, who examined the “Brilliant” on Tuesday. The Romanian player will attend new tests in two weeks; yet, he seems unable to play this season for Fiorentina, the team competing for qualification for the next edition of the Champions’ League. The complication that appeared at Mutu’s knee also makes him unavailable for the away game of the national Romanian team vs. Lithuania’s representative, on June 6, during the 2010 World Cup Qualifiers.
Season finished for Mugurel Buga
Mugurel Buga, attacker of the team FC Brasov, suffered a muscular fracture and will miss the final part of this competition season of League I. “Buga has a muscular fracture at the right adductor muscle and requires a pause of approximately 30 days. Bogdan Stelea has a muscular lesion at the right foot and will be forced to rest for approximately two weeks,” the doctor of FC Brasov, Gheorghe Popa declared for the official website of the team, as quoted by Agerpres.
“I am extremely sorry. I had a great deal of bad luck with these injuries. I really wished to be there and to fight for my team at the end of this championship. I keep my fingers crossed for them and I wish them with all my heart that they would win in Cluj-Napoca. We have a great team, and it deserves to qualify for the UEFA Cup,” Mugurel Buga declared.
Cosmin Moti must submit driving license to the police
Dinamo football player Cosmin Moti must submit his driving license to the police as he is on the list of the 297 persons whose driving licenses were suspended as they were obtained fraudulently. On May 17, the first Court meeting was scheduled for the cancellation of the player’s driving license.
Marcel Proca, Prefect of Arges County, had declared on Wednesday to the Mediafax correspondent that, after he will submit his driving license, the footballer will receive a paper confirming submission, and afterwards, he will be denied the right to drive on public roads.
The Prefect confirmed that the first Court meeting for the cancellation of Cosmin Moti’s driving license will take place on May 17 at the Court of Pitesti.