Posts tagged: Franco Di Santo

Schalke can finish the season strongly

Schalke 04 forward Franco di Santo believes that his team can finish the season strongly after making a poor start to the season. He admitted that it has been a tough season so far for the team and that the team has not been consistent enough hence their low ranking in the table.

Indeed Schalke 04 is currently ranked 12th in the league with 22 points after having played 19 matches. Franco di Santo said that this is very far from the objective that the team has set at the start of the league and that the players should take responsibility for that.
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DI SANTO LOVING LIFE AT SCHALKE

Chelsea fans will be familiar with the name Franco di Santo following his short lived stint at Stamford Bridge between 2008 and 2010. He didn’t score a single goal in the 8 league games he had for the English club to ensure he had a terrible three-year spell.

After many failed spells across Europe including Blackburn and Werder Bremen, the Argentine now turns out for Bundesliga side Schalke 04.
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FC Schalke 04 – News And Rumors: Johannes Geis And Franco Di Santo Before The Jump

Johannes Geis and Franco Di Santo are hot candidates for change at Schalke 04. Benjamin Stambouli ennobles in an interview Benedikt Höwedes. Hamza Mendyl almost got his way through S04.

Here are all news and rumors about Schalke 04.
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DI SANTO LOVING LIFE AT SCHALKE

Chelsea fans will be familiar with the name Franco di Santo following his short lived stint at Stamford Bridge between 2008 and 2010. He didn’t score a single goal in the 8 league games he had for the English club to ensure he had a terrible three-year spell.

After many failed spells across Europe including Blackburn and Werder Bremen, the Argentine now turns out for Bundesliga side Schalke 04.
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Franco di Santo returns from Injury

Argentine striker Franco di Santo made his much awaited return back from injury and he featured in the friendly against MSV Duisburg.

The match ended in a disappointing 3-1 defeat for the team struggling against relegation in the Bundesliga. Werder Bremen had won the last two friendly matches by the same score – 3-2 – but there was no repeat of the same after allowing their opposition to score more than two goals yet again. The club will have to improve a lot defensively if they are to climb out of the relegation zone. Werder Bremen are in the 16th place after having managed to take only one point per game so far.

They returned to the league action on 1 February with a home match against Hertha Berlin. Head coach Viktor Skripnik has been given a huge boost with the return of Di Santo, who has scored seven goals in just 11 matches this campaign. Read more »