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Romano claimed Mbappe needs surgery, deleted post after being proven wrong!

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Post time 23-6-2024 06:34:40 | Show all posts |Read mode
If you are a football fan, you are definitely interested not only in the team's performance on the field but also in off-field news. Where there is demand, there is a market, so journalists who break team news firsthand are highly sought after. However, the credibility of these journalists varies, with those who have higher accuracy enjoying greater trust. Among the many football journalists today, Fabrizio Romano is undoubtedly one of the best.

Romano has risen to fame in recent years, known for his trademark phrase "Here We Go," which signifies 100% accuracy. When any transfer rumor is tagged with this phrase, it means the deal is done, pending official announcement. Due to his track record of accuracy, many now consider his reports almost as reliable as official confirmations.

But as the saying goes, the bigger the tree, the stronger the wind. With increased fame, there are inevitably those who hope to see Romano stumble. However, each time doubts arise, Romano consistently proves the accuracy of his reports, which only enhances his credibility further.

Nevertheless, even the best can falter under scrutiny. Recently, Romano had a mishap. Following Mbappe's injury exit from the Euros, everyone was eager to know if he would play in the upcoming matches. Romano posted on social media claiming the French Football Federation confirmed Mbappe needed surgery. However, in a media interview, the FFF president stated Mbappe had no major issues and did not require surgery. This contradiction led to Romano being proven wrong, mocked by some, and subsequently deleting his original post. Later, he casually interacted with Mbappe on social media as if nothing happened.

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Post time 24-6-2024 09:23:30 | Show all posts
Romano's reports are usually reliable, but everyone makes mistakes sometimes, there's not much else to say.
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Post time 24-6-2024 10:53:26 | Show all posts
It seems that this time Romano didn't get the first-hand information about Mbappe. For a well-known journalist to report accurate and timely news, they need to maintain a good relationship with the players or have close contacts around them. Romano has done quite well in this regard. Over the past few years, most of the transfer news in the football world has been first reported by Romano. His accuracy and timeliness have been outstanding, proving that his sources are very extensive. This time, Romano might have been tricked. He probably didn't communicate with Mbappe and just released the news from an internal source within the French Football Federation.

In a major tournament like the European Championship, for a team like France that can compete for the title and a top player like Mbappe, he certainly wouldn't want to miss out if he can help it. Therefore, as long as the injury is within an acceptable range, Mbappe would not opt for surgery and miss the tournament. I think Romano acted a bit hastily this time. He might have thought Mbappe's injury was serious and underestimated the desire of a top player for honors and championships.

However, this shouldn't affect this top journalist much. After all, we still have to keep refreshing Romano's updates throughout the entire summer. The offseason is the busiest and most high-traffic time for Romano. With each 'Here We Go,' we learn the players' destinations, and Romano earns a great deal.
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Post time 24-6-2024 12:41:46 | Show all posts
A well-known journalist making mistakes was both expected and reasonable! The journalist's reports are about people or things other than himself, so what makes him the 'quasi-official' source of information? This is neither scientific nor can it be absolute. It's already quite good if the vast majority of his information is accurate, and that justifies his title as a well-known journalist. Demanding that he never makes mistakes and never fails is something only God could manage.

It's not scary for a well-known journalist to make mistakes. As long as he is reporting events seriously and responsibly, without malice or selfish motives, occasional errors are understandable. Everything in the world is constantly changing, and change is the only constant. Even a decision made a second ago can be overturned the next second. Demanding that a well-known journalist always be correct is absurd.

Moreover, among those eagerly waiting for him to fail, most probably have problematic mindsets, or even ill intentions. Those people can never become true well-known journalists!!!
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Post time 24-6-2024 20:50:38 | Show all posts
Although journalists have strong information-gathering abilities, it's best to take their reports with a grain of salt since they are not official statements.
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Post time 25-6-2024 06:10:38 | Show all posts
Hahaha, as a celebrity, think twice before you act. It's best to double-check everything before doing anything, and it's even better not to post randomly! By the way, the picture of Mbappé's nose injury looks painful just looking at it!
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Post time 25-6-2024 09:36:46 | Show all posts
It seems like he's just another fame-seeking journalist. Nowadays, you really can't trust what those so-called professionals say. There are no consequences for lying and talking nonsense.
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Post time 25-6-2024 12:51:43 | Show all posts
Many revelations about famous players come from this journalist. It's not that his interviewing skills are particularly high, his ability to create rumors is also quite high.

The news about Mbappé's transfer to Real Madrid, which caused a huge stir, was also broken by this guy. I don't know where he gets his resources from, but he can obtain many behind-the-scenes details of the final transfer. However, some of his reports are quite accurate, so it seems he does put in a lot of effort. Previously, he reported that Mbappé received a signing bonus from Real Madrid of over 100 million euros, and it turned out to be true. He also reported that this 100 million euros would be paid off before the end of the five-year contract, which was also accurate. I believe his report this time is true as well, as it seems to have come from inside sources. After all, the details he disclosed are quite precise. He said Mbappé just left the hospital and confirmed that he has a nasal fracture, as if he were in the hospital himself. Later, perhaps the internal information changed, so he deleted his post.
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