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AS MONACO, Jardim: "He shouldn't have insisted playing in Premier League"

29.10.2016 01.17 by Claudio Colla  read 547
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Asked about Colombian 30-year old striker Radamel Falcao's ongoing shape troubles, AS Monaco manager, Leonardo Jardim, stated: "It wasn't injury he suffered in 2013 alone giving him a hard time. He shouldn't have joined Premier League, and try playing first for Chelsea, then for Manchester United, before being fully recovered. He should have taken care of himself here at Monaco, with no rush, instead of raising the bar further". Former Porto and Atletico Madrid hitman is playing his second season for French club, after 2013/14 one, and is still on a deal with them until June 2018.

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