On November 4 the RFEF He presented to a large number of Clubs in the 2nd and 3rd Division the “IMPULSE 23” Program, where it was reported that would significantly increase the money to help clubs in these categories, but demanding that it comply with new requirements that were known on December 13 when the “Calls for Aid” were published, and before which ProLiga He wants to make the following considerations: until last season, the only requirements that had been requested from the clubs for the collection of the Aid had been ‘prove being up-to-date with the Treasury and with Social Security ’. Given the current situation, ProLiga considers that the RFEF has modified the ‘rules of the game’ mid-season, establishing new requirements unilaterally without having the clubs, or taking them into consideration when establishing the rules contained in the Calls for Aid.ProLiga understands that these ‘requirements’ are very misaligned with the current context that numerous clubs of the two non-professional categories live, which can cause a very high percentage of them to remain without receiving the aid (neither the previous nor the promised ones) , which worries about ProLiga.
From Our Blog
Although it seems obvious that Madrid can hardly maintain this rhythm in the remaining 15 days, yes it is serving him to position himself in that casting of strikers that Luis Enrique, Spanish coach, must prepare with a view to the European Championship next summer The rhythm of the Madrid striker is devilish, since count by targets the five matches he has played to date with Espanyol. It took 22 minutes, entering from the bench, to premiere in Matapiñonera, against San Sebastián de los Reyes, in the second round of the Copa del Rey. But it was only a kind of rehearsal for LaLiga, the beginning of an idyll with the goal that has been extended, week after week, against Villarreal, Athletic Club, Granada and Mallorca. A few that have earned the parakeets to reap two wins, a draw and a defeat. Y to RdT, to reach a record, since no player of Espanyol had managed to score in his first four days. The day on which an exact month of his signing for Espanyol was fulfilled, at the rate of 20 million fixed euros deposited to a Benfica who had paid the same for him in summer to Real Madrid, Raúl de Tomás confirmed in Cornellà-El Prat not only to have regained its essence, lost in Portugal, or that its contest is crucial to the parakeet mission for permanence, but also that he is in a position to fight to go to the National Team no less than in the year of Eurocopa. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of February 10, 2020 There are many candidates, but few with the rhythm of the parakeet scorer, who must compete with Álvaro Morata, Jaime Mata, Rodrigo Moreno, Iago Aspas, Mikel Oyarzabal, Paco Alcácer or Gerard Moreno, who have already had minutes in recent years in the National Team, but also with Roger Martí, Ángel Rodríguez or Lucas Pérez.The hypothetical presence of RdT in the National Team would have an extra prize for Espanyol, since its termination clause would go from 60 to 70 million euros, according to PericosOnline. A fact to keep in mind.
Possession, pressure, tactics …Therefore, if there are no new setbacks, Zidane will receive Celta with almost the entire arsenal at his disposal. The Frenchman has three casualties: Asensio, which continues to advance in its long recovery period; James, who with a blow to the hip worked with the Balearic attacker; Y Mariano, which does not fit into the coach’s plans and remained inside the premises without the club offering more details. Real Madrid trained in morning session this Thursday in Valdebebas as part of his preparation for the match against him Celtic Sunday (9:00 p.m., Movistar LaLiga). Zidane could see how Hazard, completely spare, continues to accumulate minutes at the same rate as his teammates, unavoidable requirement of the technician to re-align him. It is, in fact, the ninth training the Belgian does with the group. The eighth already encouraged the Madrid fans, who ‘celebrated’ the goals of the 7 for how prepared he is. His return, after Meunier’s kick on November 26, will occur 82 days after their last match. 7 The rest of the staff had a day of the most varied. First he performed a warm-up and a circuit with physical exercises and ball control, passes and precision. Then he continued with attention to pressure, possession and tactics.If you want go to Santiago Bernabéu to see Real Madrid – Celta Here you can check the available tickets: See tickets.
After trying try to convince with a more than questionable success to captains Of the template that the club had nothing to do with it scandal of the company that launched defamatory messages against characters of the Barcelona surroundings among those who were two heavyweights of the locker room like Messi and Piqué, Bartomeu tries now that the Board will not be revolutionized.The environment in the boardroom is more than tense. Many of the managers, if not the vast majority, learned about the crisis through media. The done what I know split the payment to I3 Ventures of the invoice worth 800,000 or one million euros, according to sources, is what is most unworthy. The payment to the company was cut into bills from less than 200,000 euros, That is the limit that is marked so that a payment can be made without going through the meeting. That fact is interpreted as an itry to hide these council activities. Various departments signed the invoices and some refused to do so. In this sense, the resignation of the financial director yesterday does not go unnoticed Montserrat Font, although the club defends that it was a expected low. morning one is planned meeting of the Board of Directors It is expected very hot. Many board members will demand responsibilities and in private conversations They don’t hide their outrage. In this scenario, the head from Jaume Masferrer, director of the presidency area and principal advisor to the president, as well as that of Guille Graell, director of FCB brand, is it so threatened. Both are the executives responsible for hiring I3 Ventures.To try to prepare a strategy Faced with this meeting, which is expected to be very complicated, the president summoned the delegated commission yesterday urgently. The hard core of the council formed by the vice presidents Rossaud, Cardoner, Tombas, Moix next to the secretary Maria Teixidor, the CEO Oscar Grau and own Masferrer They gathered outside the club to try to stop a crisis that leaves all the stages open. At the moment, an internal investigation has been opened before the rumors of electoral advancement.
Everybody has Deportivo’s historic comeback against Milan in 2004 in the Champion engraved on the retinas. That 4-0 at Riazor, with goals from Pandiani, Valerón, Luque and Fran, who opened the doors to the Champions League semifinal. That feat was left without the icing on the grand final after Porto de Mourinho eliminated those of Irureta, who after 0-0 in the first leg fell in Riazor 0-1 with a penalty goal from Derlei.What not so many people remember is that A few years earlier, Deportivo had already been one step away from playing a European final. The tournament was the extinct Recopa, that the Blue and Whites disputed after winning the previous season the first title in its history: the King’s Cup in 1995 with Arsenio in front. It was the last service for Zorro de Arteixo, who was replaced on the bench by a John Benjamin Toshack who that summer added a Super Cup to the Blue and Whites’ showcases after winning Real Madrid. The Welsh coach finished LaLiga in ninth position and the Recopa was Deportivo’s great competition that season. The A Coruña eliminated Apoel and Trabzonspor and in the quarterfinals they crossed with Zaragoza, who disputed the competition as reigning champion after conquering the tournament with the historic goal of Nayim to Arsenal (2-1) in the Parc des Princes. In the first leg the Galicians prevailed at home to those of Víctor Fernández 1-0 with a goal from the youth squad David Miramontes. On the return In La Romareda, a game that turns 24 today, the maños went ahead with a goal from Morientes, but Bebeto equalized in the 64th minute to get Depor into their first European semifinal.The great march of the undefeated Depor in the competition, six wins and two draws, did not help him against a PSG that would end up being champion. The first leg was disputed in Riazor and the A Coruña fell in the 90th minute with a great goal from Youri Djorkoeff (0-1). The result conditioned the return and the French, led by Luis Fernández, re-imposed themselves 1-0, this time thanks to a goal by Loko, leaving Superdepor at the gates to play a European final.
But from that edition of the Champions League, there are several games that will be forever in the memory of the Valencian fan. And that against Lazio, from just two decades ago today, is one of them. The draw had provided a hard cross. Lazio had Nedved, Verón, Salas, Stankovic, Simeone or Inzaghi among its ranks, among others and also the return had to be played away from home. But Valencia hit very soon. Angulo scored at 1 ‘and Gerard López at 3’, broke the lacial schemes with the 2-0. Inzaghi, in the 27 ‘, cut distances but Valencia was in a hurricane plan. Gerard López, at 39 ‘, put the 3-1 at halftime. And in the final stretch, the Catalan completed his hat-trick, with the 4-1, in the 79 ‘. Marcelo Salas made it 4-2 at 86 ‘, pBut Claudio, the ‘Piojo’ López rounded his hand in the 90 ‘, literally blowing up Mestalla. ALBERTO ESTÉVEZ & nbsp; (EFE) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Javier Farinós struggles with Sebastián Verón.ALBERTO ESTÉVEZ (EFE) Gerard López, the star of that party, remembered a few months ago with AS that feat. It was his best game as a Valencian player. Or at least the most remembered. “When I go to Valencia, people still remind me of that game. Lazio was the favorite team to win the Champions League. We were young and we played well, like last year’s Ajax. We were a team cannon with Cúper. That game was a magical night in Mestalla. And that before we were full we were already 2-0, “Gerard told AS, recalling a game that marks the 20th anniversary today. In these times of confinement and total paralysis in the world of soccer, the fan (and the various televisions) are nostalgic to appease the soccer ‘monkey’. Y Today is precisely 20 years of one of the most magical nights Mestalla has lived in modern times. On April 5, 2000, Valencia beat Lazio, a constellation of stars, 5-2 in the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals. That Valencia de Cúper was the revelation of that Champions and even ended up reaching the final in Paris, in which he was defeated by Real Madrid (3-0).
The hotels will be able to be easily enabled, but not the stadiums, since the city only has the Antalyaspor stadium for professional football. and another, according to this newspaper, of less than 1000 people capacity. Although there will be no assistance, not being able to play in larger stadiums could cause the quality of television broadcasts to suffer. This could be further complicated since, as this medium explains, The Turkish League has also valued concentrating on this area to finish its championship there. The temperature of the area in the summer months will also complicate the evolution of the championship. After 26 days in the Romanian League, the championship and relegation groups had started where Cluj was leader with 30 points, followed by FCSB with 26 points and U Craiova, with another 26 points. The Romanian League seems to be the first to relocate in order to finish. The country’s League and Federation have an agreement to transfer the championship to Antalya, Turkey, more than 1,000 kilometers from their home country. According to the Romanian media Gazeta Sporturilor, The plan would begin in two to three weeks with the transfer of all equipment to Turkey on charter flights. There, preseason and games start in June for a championship that will last until the end of July.Although the operation will be covered economically by both entities, who hope to recover the money when the television companies pay for the emission rights, checks will not be able to solve all the logistical problems of this transfer.
Digicel congratulates ICC U-19 World Cup championsPeople usually remember the extraordinary ones – the hard workers and inventors, the movers and shakers. But most of all, they remember the history-makers.Digicel congratulates the members of the West Indies Under-19 cricket team, who have now joined the ranks of the history-makers with their outstanding performance at the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup.For the past few weeks, the entire region has been focused on the team’s progress throughout the tournament, and its momentous performance has indeed been a source of inspiration and motivation for everyone.In our support for youth and sport development, we constantly repeat the mantra, ‘from grassroots to greatness’, to encourage our young athletes to aim for the highest in all their pursuits. We are sure that this achievement by the team will also serve as encouragement for Caribbean youth who aspire to cricket beyond national borders.On that note, we also extend the heartiest of commendations to our local players Michael Frew, Shahid Crooks and Odean Smith for their outstanding performance, while representing Jamaica. We are especially delighted to see the growth and development of Michael Frew, who was a member of the winning team in the Digicel/ISSA T20 Tournament last year.The success of the team has no doubt set the stage for the exciting 2016 Caribbean Premier League season, which is fast-approaching. This accomplishment has helped to create renewed passion and pride in the sport for Caribbean people and promises a bright future ahead for West Indies cricket.
“Overall, I am satisfied with my performance here. I have gained a lot of experience now, and I hope that I can continue with bobsled along with the other things that I want to do,” added the aspiring pilot. Mayhew, a student of Charlemont High in St Catherine, had a decent push-off in his first run, registering a start time of 5.67 seconds. He was solid throughout, even if he did not generate the speeds he would have liked, topping off at 106.2 km/h (the slowest among the competitors) and having a brush with Turn 13 before crossing the line in 58.85 seconds. This was 1.92 seconds slower than Ivanov, who was the leader at that stage of the competition. His second run was slightly better as he again got a good push-off time 5.67 seconds (10th best) and improved his top speed to 107.5 km/h to end the course in 58.62 seconds. “I know I can do better I have done better before, so I know I can. So, hopefully, I can continue in the sport and improve and always represent my country and make everyone proud,” Mayhew added. The Jamaican has been a hit with the crowd and the international media in Norway since his arrival and it was no different on the course yesterday. “I am glad that I got the opportunity to compete here. I received a lot of support from everyone here. Everyone was cheering for me and it was an extraordinary feeling. I think it was a factor which helped me to get my fastest push time,” he shared. “The competition was close, especially for the top guys. It was good for me. I did my best push time today, so it was a good feeling that I improved that. My overall track time wasn’t a personal best or the best that I could have done, but it was enough to cross the finish line and finish 13th, so I am satisfied,” Mayhew said. His coach, Harry Nelson, is the man behind his development from a teenager who had little interest in competing in sport, to one of the best young Monobob athletes on the planet after a year of training. Nelson was overwhelmed with the youngster’s efforts. “It’s an overwhelming feeling,” Nelson told The Sunday Gleaner. “Seeing the support we as Jamaicans got and that even though we didn’t get the best time of the series, I am very proud of him. It was a proud moment to see him complete the track,” Nelson said. “And to get his personal best start time of 5.67 seconds is also a very good accomplishment for him. The pair will return to the island on Wednesday. Jamaican youngster Daniel Mayhew says he is extremely proud following his 13th-place finish in the Monobob competition at the Winter Youth Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway yesterday. The 17-year-old, who is the first Jamaican participant at the Winter Youth Olympic Games, registered times of 58.85 and 58.62 seconds in his two runs for a combined time of 1:57.47 which placed him 13th in the 15-man field taking part in the event. The gold medal was won by Germany’s Jonas Jannusch, who recorded a time of 1:54.29, with the silver medal going to Russia’s Maksim Ivanov, 1:54.22, Norway’s Kristian Olsen (1:54.53) took the bronze medal. Speaking to The Sunday Gleaner shortly after his run yesterday, Mayhew, who was remarkably only introduced to the bobsleigh event just under a year ago, said he would have loved to finish in the top three, but is very proud to have represented his country so well and against the odds. “I am a little sad that I didn’t get a medal, but I really feel good in myself and proud that I was able to come here and compete at the Youth Olympics and make everyone proud,” said Mayhew. SATISFIED
“If he’s healthy, I don’t think anyone can stop him in the Rio Olympics,” said Johnson, a four-time Olympic and eight-time World Champion, who still holds the world 400m record of 43.18 seconds. The finalists for Sportswoman of the Year included Jamaican sprinter Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, as well as the United States trio of swimmer Katie Ledecky, footballer Carli Lloyd and tennis player Serena Williams. The award winners will be announced at a gala function in Berlin on April 18. A HEALTHY BOLT LONDON (CMC): American legend Michael Johnson has described Usain Bolt as the “greatest” sprinter in the history of track and field. Johnson’s tribute to the Jamaican runner was made after he was shortlisted for the Laureus world Sportsman of the Year award. American basketball player Stephen Curry, Argentine footballer Lionel Messi, British motor racer Lewis Hamilton, Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic, and American golfer Jordan Spieth have also been shortlisted. “Neither Jesse Owens, Carl Lewis nor myself have [sic] produced, in my opinion, the consistency and longevity that Usain Bolt has,” said Johnson, a member of the Laureus World Sports Academy. “So to this point he has to be considered the greatest.” Bolt currently holds the 100m and 200m world records and boasts six Olympic and 11 world titles.