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But there is no tension between the Catholic faith and the belief in aliens, Funes said.
Funes Mori admitted: "It is so difficult when you are injured and then a new manager comes in.
"Ramiro Funes Mori has had a problem within his knee and has undergone further surgery in Barcelona which will require prolonged rehabilitation of a minimum of six to nine months," the club said on their website.
Argentina international Funes Mori, 26, suffered a torn meniscus while on international duty in March and has now gone under the knife again in Barcelona, meaning he will miss most of the 2017-18 season.
Funes' finances have been a subject of speculation since early February, when the Seccion de Probidad, a special anti-graft unit with El Salvador's Corte Suprema de Justicia (Supreme Court of Justice, CSJ), audited the former president and discovered more than US$700,000 in unaccounted-for payments, income, and assets (NotiCen, April 28, 2016).
Mexico City, Dhu-AlHijjah 05, 1437, September 06, 2016, SPA -- Nicaragua on Tuesday granted political asylum to former El Salvadoran president Mauricio Funes, who is under investigation in his home country for corruption, according to dpa.
EVERTON welcome back Ramiro Funes Mori from suspension and could also have Gareth Barry available for the trip to the Stadium of Light.
This study focuses on "Funes, the Memorious." It is the tale of Ireneo Funes who becomes capable of remembering every image, word, memory, or better to say, everything after he falls from a horse and injures his head.
RAMIRO FUNES MORI once silenced a bouncing La Bombonera - so Everton's new Argentine defender never had any doubts that he could handle the Premier League.
EVERTON defender Ramiro Funes Mori reckons the intensity and pressure of the Premier League is a breeze after the madness of Argentina's most hateful derby.
Back in March in the Colombian city of Medellin I had the great pleasure of spending time with Cuban professors Fernando Funes and Luis Vasquez, both of them scientists of international renown and faculty members of SOCLA's doctoral program.
President Mauricio Funes late Sunday took to the airwaves to tell his nation that, while the eruptions seemed to have ceased, there could be more volcanic activity in the next days.