33 The CD Lugo still waiting to incorporate players to reinforce the squad. With El They do very close to arrive on loan to the Anxo Carro and Aarón Ñíguez training with the team still without record, the albivermellos would give the chapter of entries already closed, although it is expected that there may be some more departure before midnight on Friday. Lebedenko Y Carlos Castro they could be those indicated to leave the rojiblanco ship although with very different conditions: the Ukrainian side would in any case go out on loan, while the forward, belonging to the Majorca, a destination would have to be sought before leaving Lugo via cancellation of assignment. Be that as it may, no more movements are expected than those mentioned on this last day of the winter market. With Kravets already acting as owner of the left flank of the rear, the signing of Ñíguez and the contribution of They do in the midfield the most needy positions would be covered, although the spine of not being able to reinforce the front would remain since, except surprise, there will be no reinforcement for the attack.
Thousands of fans greeted Euro 2016 champions Portugal as they landed in Lisbon on Monday, chanting the name of goal hero Eder, whose extra-time screamer sealed the 1-0 victory over France. (Ronaldo shows why he’s the undisputed boss of world football)After travelling in a plane named after the late striker Eusebio, coach Fernando Santos and captain Cristiano Ronaldo were greeted by rapturous applause from the 5,000-strong crowd as they lifted the country’s first major trophy aloft. (Ronaldo puts Messi in the shade with two European titles)History ???? pic.twitter.com/7FAK9kbWUC Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) July 11, 2016They were due to meet President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, who said he would honour them with an award for distinguished acts of public service. (Portugal coach Fernando Santos lauds Ronaldo’s motivational powers)”I have to praise everyone. I will commemorate them with the Order of Merit of Commanders – that is a decree that has never been given to the national team,” he told broadcaster RTP. (Portugal prove they can flourish without Ronaldo)The team were then expected to parade the trophy in the streets of Lisbon before addressing delirious supporters at the fanzone in the capital after the country erupted into noisy jubilation late on Sunday.Former Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, who lost to Greece in the 2004 final hosted by Portugal, showered praise on the players.”Portugal had deserved this European champion title since 2004. Last night, Portugal was able to get back the title that we lost in 2004,” he told Sport TV.advertisement