However, Roberto Carlos stated that Neymar now “is happy at Paris Saint-Germain” and he encouraged him to continue playing “with joy, as he has been doing lately”, because that is the “Neymar that everyone likes to see”.Likewise, bet on the return of Madrid defender Marcelo to Canarinha, because he is considered “the best left winger at present”, despite the fact that the Brazilian coach, Tite, has lost confidence in him in recent calls.“Everyone deserves a new opportunity and I think Marcelo is growing again to return to being the Marcelo that I saw play, with joy, who does things that only he can do on the field, “he explained.“I hope he returns to the national team and disputes the position with Filipe (Luis), Alex Sandro Y Renan Lodi“he added.He was also asked about the situation of his former teammate in the selection, Ronaldinho Gaucho, who is in preventive detention in Paraguay, accused of using false documentation, and who he hopes will soon be released again.“We are going to wait to see what the Justice decides. I do not think that he is participating in something illegal (…) He always tried to be very correct. I do not know if they are holding him to find other people,” he said.Roberto Carlos said that Ronaldinho’s image “is worldwide” and that, despite its legal problems, “will not lose the charisma” that accompanied him throughout his sports career. “All I want is for him to get out (of prison) as soon as possible,” he stressed. 10 The former Brazilian soccer player Roberto Carlos affirmed this Thursday in an interview with Fox Sports Radio that, if it depended on him, Neymar would already be a Real Madrid player “long ago”, as well as he wanted a quick release for Ronaldinho Gaúcho, in preventive detention in Paraguay. “If it were up to me, (Neymar) would already be here a long time ago, but life is not as one would like, “said the former Real Madrid player and world champion with the Brazilian team in 2002.“These great players always have to play in the best clubs in the world. Real Madrid today is a reference for any player. Do you want to win the Champions League? Come for Real Madrid“, full.
Whether it was divine intervention or just plain luck, St George Monastery on Yellowrock NSW survived the fiery inferno that passed through its neighbourhood. Though little was left of Father Kyriakos Stavronikitianos’ living quarters next door. The two churches on the land and the candle factory were spared and only suffered minimal damaged. Already the outpouring of support has overwhelmed Father Kyriakos. Via social media, countless Greek Australians have been putting up their hands to offer their services. The church will remain closed until it is deemed safe to return to the area, and will not have a Sunday service, the Archdiocese says. The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia is taking up the initiative to help bring in donations, for Father Kyriakos and all the other victims affected. The Archdiocese has opened a bank account to raise funds for the monastery. People are urged to donate to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Property Trust – St. George Monastery, BSB: 082 057, Account Number: 616 960 042, Bank: NAB. You can also donate to the Australian Red Cross, by calling 1800 811 700 or visiting www.redcross.org.au/ Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram