Big debut: “Debuting first and scoring this goal is a dream.”How was the time to leave: “The mister had decided to support me, told me to go out and try to score something that thank God I have done” The player had been in the field for a very short time, since he had entered in the 87th minute of the match, to end up scoring the goal of his team’s victory two minutes after being on the field. The goal: “I have seen the opportunity to enter the space, it is true that Manu has given me a great pass and I have seen the option of finishing off the door. The truth is that when I have seen the option I have decided to hit it hard and I have closed my eyes in the beating, and when I have opened them I have seen the ball inside. ”Quarry Club: “I know that I am in a club that is committed to the people of the quarry, I am in the third team, but I have always had the support and confidence of the coach.”To follow the same: “My thing is to work and wait for my chance, so that’s my idea right now.”
LaBiga SmartBank* Data updated as of February 13, 2020 José María Gutiérrez is on the tightrope despite the fact that his team is in second position and in the thirteen days that Madrid has been leading the red and whites, they have promotion numbers. The technician does not shy away from speaking when asked about a possible removal. “I am not worried that names of substitutes will come out or that they can dismiss me. I came knowing that it was a good project where the owner had things clear and that could happen at any moment. The result of Saturday will not influence my future”, answer back.The Indian coach is aware that El Alcoraz is not an encounter. “It is not just the three points, but the fact of facing a good opponent with the same goal and coming from not doing things as we would like. Cheerfully, if the team is capable of winning, it will come in handy. “, recognizes without pulling topics, aware that the Oscense team is the best place in the category. “It is a complicated game for both of us because Huesca at home is very solid and good. We come from three bad results and what better place to continue above than a field where the opponent also wants to ascend,” he says. Gutierrez seeks an improvement at the defensive level, while being the protagonist with the ball. “I would like to control defensively and offensively be vertical, we will see how the game takes place. We are two teams that want to have the ball, play and go against it with an attractive football. We will see that, “he says, before talking about the requirement and the numbers of Pedro Emanuel (he would overcome them only if he beat El Alcoraz. “The requirement is maximum, I do not know if it is too much or too little, but from the first days the team is up and it is normal to go up when there are fewer games left. Overcoming the numbers of Pedro Emanuel is not the important thing, but other types of things, those do not worry me, “he says.Finally, he talks about the agape celebrated yesterday and the youth of his staff. “It was a meal of players who have come new to integrate into the group and the truth was that it was quite good. Everything about being together in bad times and being able to chat and be together is always good. “, affirms about the first. “Youth can be an advantage and an inconvenience. In the case of the game against Racing it was an inconvenience and in other senses of life it is an advantage for things that when you mature you see differently,” he concludes.
It started as a train, with four goals and two assists in his first three games in the Premier. In the middle of the season he left a small scoring pothole, with two goals in the Emirates or the equalizer of the draw to Manchester United. He also scored in the final of the EFL Cup, against Bradford. An absolute success, before the calvary of his ankle, which caused him to retire from football prematurely. For the year of its international debut, Erling Haaland was only 13 years old, but the first memories are the ones that mark the most, especially for training on the pitch.Haaland tagged Michu in his Instagram posts. A fact that is striking, but reminiscent, so many years later, the impact that the current sports director of Burgos had in the Premier League. Do youRemember the classic ‘Nice to Michu’? Everything was born in a great season at Rayo Vallecano, with which he scored 15 goals and gave 4 assists in the league. That helped him make the leap to the United Kingdom, specifically the Swansea. He left his identity stamp, of course. His roar was impregnated on the walls of Liberty Stadium, which celebrated 22 goals in 43 games in its first season. Even for weeks it was stipulated with the possibility that it was pichichi. He stayed in fifth position. At 19 years old, Erling Haaland is becoming one of the great figures of European football. Eight goals in the first phase of the Champions League, including a hat-trick, and the fact of celebrating somewhat in five of his six matches guarantee this. Such talent was already prepared to take another leap in his sports career and, in this same winter market, He left Salzburg to wear the shirt of Borussia de Dortmund. Given their scoring figures, it would not be surprising if their referents were Ronaldo, Christian, Messi, Didier Drogba or even David town. Nevertheless, a voracious ovetense attacker was the one who enchanted him.Miguel Pérez Cuesta, known to everyone as Michu, was Haaland’s childhood idol, to the point of tag it in your first Instagram posts above your own silhouette. The protagonist himself considers an “honor” this anecdote. Such is the admiration I had for him that these publications dated August 2016, when the Spanish footballer had not played for months in Swansea and the injuries had punished him harshly. In other words, the fashion forward did not forget Michu despite all his problems and took him as a reference in his formative years as a tip. Michu: “It’s an honor”The injuries forced Michu to leave professional football ahead of time, but he wanted to remain linked to the sport that gave him everything even far from the pitch. In 2017 he shared with his brother a first step in the Langreo, where he was sports director. From there he went to the club of his loves, the Oviedo, in which he played the same role for seven months. Already in December, he boarded the ship of Burgos, an ambitious project with the intention of achieving promotion to LaLiga SmartBank sooner rather than later.Nevertheless, Michu continues to enjoy the highest level football from a distance and the Haaland explosion has not gone unnoticed for him either. Asked by AS, who was the reference of the Dortmund player considered an “honor” to look at him in his beginnings. “It is a great player. I think it will become a world crack“, points out the ovetense. Of course, in regard to their similarities and differences in the field of play, Michu is clear: “He is a much better player than me (laughs)”.
Probable alignments of Castilla-SanseCastile: Altube; Guillem, Gila, Javi Hernández, Fran García; Baeza, Blanco and Reinier; Rodrygo, Marc Gual and Fidalgo.Sanse: Xabi Irureta; Tomás Kosut, Miguel Muñoz, Albert Esteller, Rubén Valverde, Felipe Sáez; Marcos Gullón, Galindo, Raúl Hernández, Trabazo; and Fer Ruiz.Time: five pm.Stadium: Alfredo di Estéfano.Referee: J. Tárraga (Com. Valencian).TV: RealmadridtvJournal AS ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Probable alignments of Castilla-Sanse.AS newspaper After almost five months, Rodrygo goes down to Castilla to help him in his purpose of climbing. With the subsidiary, so far, he has completed the games against Langreo (0-0) and Rayo Majadahonda (3-1), the latter on September 28 with a goal and a superior performance. Zidane met with him on Friday to explain to him that, for the third time in a row, he would not include him in the list of elders and that he would reinforce Raúl’s team to keep up the tone for when he pulls him again.Lightning will be the squire of exception of Reinier, which was presented Tuesday at the Bernabéu and has already lived, rather enjoyed, its first week with Castilla. The carioca is delighted with Raúl, who I really wanted to meet for his career as a player. Your connection has started very well and The midfielder hopes to debut as a starter.With those two headliners, 70 million investment, will have to deal with Sanse, colista and six points from the penultimate. In the first leg he touched the victory, but Castilla waited for him the party at the discount. Eighth, Raul’s team has fourth place, which closes the playoff, six points. The margin of error is getting smaller, just like the probability of failing with Rodrygo and Renier.
Pedro Martínez couldn’t accompany Rafa Nadal to the quarterfinals of the Mexican Open Telcel de Acapulco. The Valencian fell to Swiss Stan Wawrinka by a double 6-4 After an hour and a half of battle.Wawrinka, who achieved 90% of factors earned with his first serve, took the primary sleeve after breaking Martinez’s serve within the tenth recreation and within the second spherical he achieved two breaks in a row within the eighth and tenth recreation to seal his move to the subsequent spherical of the match.Wawrinka will likely be cited in rooms with one other historic circuit, Grigor Dimitrov, who suffered to beat Frenchman Adrian Mannarino after tracing the sport and taking the decisive tie-break (6-7 (8), 6-2 and 7-6 (2)).The large shock of the day was the American star Tommy Paul, who beat German Alexander Zverev 6-3 and 6-4. The 9 double fouls of the German collectively with the good protection of the American (saved the 4 break balls he confronted and transformed 2 of 8) gave the move to Paul, who in fourths his compatriot John Isner will likely be measured, who surpassed additionally the American Marcos Giron by 6-3 and 7-6 (4). One other shock of the day was the victory of Kyle Edmund in opposition to Felix Auger-Aliassime, fourth favourite to the title, which he surpassed by a double 6-4. Edmund will face within the quarterfinals with the American Taylor Fritz, which removed Ugo Humbert 6-4 and 6-1Outcomes of the day on the Mexican Tennis OpenSpherical of 16Rafa Nadal (ESP, 1) to Miomir Kecmanovic (SRB) 6-2 and 7-5Tommy Paul (USA, Q) to Alexander Zverev (ALE, 2) 6-3 and 6-4Stan Wawrinka (SUI, 3) a Pedro Martínez (ESP) 6-4 and 6-4Kyle Edmund (GBR) to Felix Auger-Aliassime (CAN, 4) 6-4 and 6-4John Isner (USA, 5) to Marcos Giron (USA, Q) 6-3 and 7-6 (4)Grigor Dimitrov (BUL, 7) to Adrian Mannarino (FRA) 6-7 (8), 6-2 and 7-6 (2)Soonwoo Kwon (KOR) to Dusan Lajovic (SRB) 7-6 (2) and 6-0Taylor Fritz (USA) to Ugo Humbert (FRA) 6-4 and 6-1
Setién said that for Madrid the Classic is more vital: “To us all parties are equal, important. Let’s play, there are three points at stake. We know that it is a match different from the others, but it is the same. We are in our house and we will try our best to win. ”Does Barça depend too much on Messi ?: “We know the importance of Messi in his team. That they can be worse without him, sure, it is essential for them. But they are very good, they are a group that does it very well. We care about what we are going to do.”If you don’t win a title your continuity is at stake? “I don’t know, you have to ask others.”Plans for Rodrygo: “The same. He will have the same role. Sometimes he will be out and sometimes he will be inside because there are 25 players.”He said weeks ago that if they lost two games they would criticize him: “Sure. Everyone can criticize and that is what you do. We lose two games and I am responsible. I understand what you do. After Sevilla I said that if we lost two games they would criticize me and that is what is happening. And it is not nothing new. I have the strength to continue with my players, because I have my players who are the best. You have to be positive. “Interest in Lautaro Martínez: “Nothing. I am with those who are here, now.”Who plays more, Madrid or you? “None, because after the game 12 games will be missing. Whatever happens we will continue fighting and we will do it with all our strength.”Braithwaite: “He is a good player, he has just arrived at Barça, a group where there are many good players.”Nerves at home: pressure, anxiety …: “I don’t know exactly. The problem is that things happen in football and that is nice. We have been losing for four months and now we have a delicate moment. We have to be positive. I can talk half an hour with you. In the end we have the opportunity tomorrow to change things. Nothing more. “The two teams arrive on a loose level: “It is true that when we lose points we talk about being weak or fragile, but it is not the perception that I have. It is something that can happen in football, you have to think forward and you can change dynamics. The level of both teams is which are the first and the second, what will those who go behind think? Are they a disaster because they do not go first and second? No “.Delicate moment: “It’s an opportunity we have to precisely change the dynamics. I don’t see it any other way. I’m positive. I want all my players to want and seek victory.” Zinedine Zidane appeared before the media in the preview of the Classic against Barcelona this Sunday (9:00 pm). The Real Madrid coach analyzed the current situation of the team before a vital match for LaLiga. “It’s a delicate situation,” said Zizou, who sent a message to the fans: “I can understand that our people are touched or upset, but we need them. And they need their team and that’s what we are going to do tomorrow. So least give everything in the field. “The recipe for the Classic, heart and head: “Yes, heart, head, unity. The second thing is better for us. It’s everyone’s mood here. We are going to play a very nice game and think we have a chance to make a great game. ”Have you talked to the players? “This is football, we speak it. We, even when something happens to us in the field, something can happen to you at a specific moment. The only thing for us is the reaction. And the reaction is to continue doing what we did in 78 minutes. ”Concerned about the lack of goal. Why don’t you give opportunities to Jovic or Mariano? “I am not worried because for four months we won games and even without Hazard. We won many matches. It’s not about that. The most important thing is to have our strength and then we know that we can score goals. And then, as always, I have to choose things here and that’s it. ”What explanation do you give to the bad results at the Bernabéu? “It’s true, it’s a delicate moment because there are three games that we don’t win in our stadium, but we know that these are things that can happen. The only thing is that our mood must be positive. It is together that we are going to get this out and not listen to what is said. What we need is our people with us from minute 1 to 90. I can understand that our people are touched or upset, but we need them. And they need their team and this is what we are going to do tomorrow. At least give everything in the field. ”Do you notice any downturn in Kroos? Have you given any explanation for your substitution before the City? “When there is a bad result, you look for something and there Toni, how is one who always plays and how he did not play…. We didn’t lose because I wasn’t Kroos, I’m convinced. Then it is true that they are things that can happen at a specific moment in a match, we have chosen that. But others play in the same way as Kroos. It is an option the other day. Do not look for something, something else. Kroos is doing very well, he will continue to do very well. I have all the media there and I have to choose. ”
The Professional Football League has thanked UEFA the postponement of the Eurocup that could allow the completion of national competitions when the coronavirus epidemic recedes. The clubs’ employers are confident that they can conclude the League and the Cup.The LaLiga statement reads as follows:“LaLiga appreciates the agreement in the soccer world community and he hopes to resume the competition soon.The world of European football stays together at this time to do everything possible to protect the health of all who are part of our sport. When normality returns and remits this serious health risk, We will face in the best possible way the options to end the seasons. We are pleased to see the agreement between all, the soccer community is in solidarity and all united we can return even stronger.We hope that LaLiga will resume its Championship soon and that all competitions can begin., protecting the health of all who integrate and enjoy them, while guaranteeing the integrity of each tournament. Until then, lots of encouragement and # StayOnCasa to change the virus curve. “
Fernando Martín Álvarezwhat was interim president of Real Madrid between February 2006 and April of the same year and owner of the Martinsa company, he is in the ICU of the Puerta de Hierro Hospital in Madrid suffering from coronavirus. Last Saturday, another former president of the club, Lorenzo Sanz, died of the same disease. Martín, 72 years old, graduated in Chemical Sciences, He assumed the club’s presidency after Florentino Pérez’s resignation in February 2006. In those two months, the team did not lose a league game, but was eliminated from the Champions League by Arsenal.On April 26, the board of directors decided to call elections for the club’s presidency against his opinion, which led to his resignation. During the process he was temporarily replaced by Luis Gómez Montejano. At first he suggested that he would run for those elections, but ultimately he did not. The chosen one would be Ramón Calderón.
Considered one of the country’s leading grass-roots meet, the 36th annual Institute of Sports (INSPORTS) Primary Schools Athletics Championships will see 92 schools, with over 4,000 athletes, squaring off for the coveted elite title as all-island primary school champions and $500,000 in equipment from May 11-14 at the National Stadium.Having started with five schools in 1981, the event has since grown tremendously and action will start at 8 o’clock each morning.Naggo Head Primary, considered “a true champion” by their principal, Andrea McGivvens, remains confident of winning a seventh title this year. Her school has won five consecutive titles and six overall.Waterford Primary, with 10 titles, has won the most times.”Our athletes have done well, and it is an event that we look forward to. Many of our athletes have gone on to high school and have done very well,” said the principal, while citing names such as Stephon Fennell (former Kingston College standout), Tyler Mason (Jamaica College), and Calabar High’s Michael Stephens.”Naggo Head has really prepared them well, and I hope they can go on to represent Jamaica,” she continued.USAIN BOLT”There is no name as huge as Usain Bolt, and I implore all principals of primary schools to get on board and get all your athletes involved in the programme because this is where we unearth the talents.”Not everybody is going to be an accountant, a teacher, a lawyer or a doctor. Usain Bolt is not one of such, but I can tell you, he is making millions,” she added.She called on the “administrative efforts of principals to continue nurturing youngsters”.World 400m youth champion Christopher Taylor was a recent standout at this meet, breaking the 400m record.The event will see three new schools competing this year; Content Gap, May Pen, and Lacovia Primary.The main sponsor is INSPORTS, while Hi Lyte and Tropical Blue are associate sponsors.INSPORTS administrative director Ian Andrews implored: “Let it be about development and winning the reward.”We are living up to our mandate, which is to unearth, promote, develop, and nurture the talents. That’s what we are doing at the Institute of Sports,” he said.Andrews added: “Regrettably, we don’t promote enough the achievements that we are having at the Primary level.”Meet director Anthony Gibbs said 41 events would be contested by the 4,117 athletes from the schools, which span the length and breadth of Jamaica to include places like Portland, Clarendon, and St James.
Foster’s Fairplay is asking track and field’s local governing body, the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA), to answer a simple question: Why do you continue to provide lethal ammunition for Stephen Francis, the traditionally bellicose coach, to pierce your armour, revealing an underbelly of incompetence? This Nesta Carter omission from the Beijing World Championships is a case in point. It could assist, given the frequency of these missteps, in ‘organising your way out of a garbage can’. Who needs a regime that does not have the interest of its athletes as top priority? Francis makes the point that year-to-year, schools continue to have difficulty in completing the required forms to access Boys and Girls’ Champs. This has led to some of the athletes being ruled out of competing in the stellar event in the particular year. This sanction is even meted out to prominent teams, which are found wanting. Who, with this in mind, can fault the MVP Track Club boss for suggesting that these errant schools could be following bad practices in which their association is engaged? Against that enlightened background, it is instructive to examine the Carter situation. Sprinting legend-plus, Usain Bolt, as defending champion, had unfettered access to the men’s 100m event in Beijing. The end-of-June trials thrust forth Asafa Powell, Nickel Ashmeade, and Kemar-Bailey-Cole, who took 1-2-3 at the deciding event. Carter was fourth, and in case of a withdrawal by any of the top three, would be given the empty lane. This, however, pre-supposes that he was included on the entry form as an alternate. He was not. As such, when Bailey-Cole got hurt and had to forfeit the championships, under strictly enforced IAAF rules, no replacement could be allowed. Thus, the JAAA, or their nominee, who compiles the entries, are clearly at fault. What followed were frantic, and in the end fruitless attempts by the JAAA general secretary, Garth Gayle, to have Carter offered a side-door access to where their embarrassingly egregious error had placed the team. What made it even more painful is that the MVP sprinter, the defending bronze medallist, was denied a second chance to repeat by the ineptitude of those who should have had his welfare as paramount. Francis had every legitimate right, and in fact, responsibility, to place the matter under the public microscope. However, he, too, has a role – a duty of care – which so far is being overlooked. In protection of his charges, he has ‘taken the sword’ to the JAAA at the slightest perception of an unjust attitude – the type which tends to disrespect, demoralise, and deny them what is their right. Simultaneous with this latest furore, he was ‘nailing the oversight body to the cross’ for a pre-Beijing training camp, not in his view, beneficial to his athletes. THE CARTER SITUATION There can be no stepping away from the fact that the coach has little or no regard for the body to exercise proper stewardship over the athletes. Where, then, were the sounding of alarm bells in the lead-up to the putting together of the Beijing entry documents? Did Francis’ traditional belligerence and vigilance in protecting his charges against JAAA poison go on temporary vacation? Should he not have taken action, not foreign to him – ‘kick down a few doors’ – to ensure that all was well? Come on, Stephen. History has shown that controversy and you sleep very well together. There was a dire need to engage a JAAA known by you to have ‘square pegs meaninglessly driven into round holes’. Questions should have been asked to halt the governing body in its tracks, should it be perpetrating, with or without malice or ill-will, any action or non-action, to deny an athlete, that to which there was an entitlement. In the circumstances, it is inexcusable for Carter not to have competed in the 100m in Beijing. The JAAA and the MVP coach must share the blame and the resultant shame. Carter has been denied a legitimate stage by the joint negligence of two frequently opposing parties. They have taken responsibility for protecting his future. Did someone say something about ‘restraint of trade’? Foster’s Fairplay is all ears. – For feedback: email firstname.lastname@example.org LITTLE OR NO REGARD