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Rondon Scores Brilliant Goal For Venezuela As They Beat Argentina- Video


Salomon Rondon played for Venezuela against Argentina yesterday and scored another great goal – his country’s first goal in an excellent 3-1 win in a friendly played in Madrid.

Salomon scored in style to get Venezuela off to a great start.

And after an excellent performance for his country, Salomon talked about his club Newcastle United and the way he’s been playing regularly this season on Tyneside.

Salomon Rondon after scoring brilliant goal

This is what Rondon said after the game:

“We have to keep working, doing things well. I have a good precedent in my club and that’s why I’m good in the national team.” 

“We do not think as individuals but in a collective and that has worked for us today.” 

“We try to bring joy to the people of Venezuela, to the Venezuelan communities in so many countries and to be distracted by what we do.”

“Let people enjoy this victory because they deserve it.” 

Rondon will start again for Venezuela against Catalonia in Madrid.

Let’s hope he doesn’t get injured in that game.

It was another excellent performance from a Newcastle player for his coutnry.

Comments welcome.


4 comments so far

  • Tsunki

    Mar 23, 2019 at 1:24 PM

    Comment #1

    It was a nice goal all right and shows he does have sufficient pace and vision to get into the end of a decent pass. His takedown wasn’t as planned but he is skilled enough to adapt to the bounce and take his shot well. All credit to him and to Benitez and the coaching staff for getting him back to that level.

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  • Tsunki

    Mar 23, 2019 at 1:38 PM

    Comment #2

    On Beardsley my thought is that the FA will look more dimly upon NUFC than the man himself. Not excusing any alleged behaviour by him but it does appear he has not been monitored or guided into the present day.

    The academy appears to have been stagnant and outmoded – useless in it’s methods and harbouring a closed shop with an ageing player from a bygone era at the helm, left to their own devices and crucially not keeping them abreast of the times and educated as to their attitudes and responsibilities toward their young and mixed charges.

    You expect every modern organisation to have a progressive and improving management education system, this I feel has not been the case with Beardsley who has been plodding on virtually unmonitored in his own little world with little guidance except to go through the motions of training and organising matches.

    What kind of quality system is utilised at the club? None I would suspect. A poor effort by many others than the apparent protagonist I don’t think Beardsley was using “banter” as a defence, something bigots might do to try and immunise themselves from deliberate actions, but rather he has been unaware of the changing attitudes in society, the need for monitoring propriety and keeping pace with what is acceptable. Being a bit of a bully and possibly a bit sneaky probably has put enough jam on this slice to make it worse than it was. But in the end, a company should have diligent oversight of its staffs’ methods and attitudes and be aware of the need for training them

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  • sing in the corner

    Mar 23, 2019 at 2:01 PM

    Comment #3

    Final score Toon U23 2, Wolves 0

    Up to 3rd in the table!

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  • toon22

    Mar 23, 2019 at 2:03 PM

    Comment #4

    Let’s hope this Beardsley situation means the FA take a good long hard look at what’s going on at the toon

    Anything that makes MA squirm is always a good thing

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