The Getafe will file a complaint for the treatment of his hobby

first_imgA video on social networks has unleashed quite controversial. In it, he explains that they are throwing things at them and are evacuating the stadium. Getafe has already taken action on the matter as explained by President Ángel Torres: “We are going to make a complaint and hope UEFA will do something. It is not permissible that our followers and family members have suffered throwing of objects in an area that had children, even babies. The security of Ajax has not done anything until the last minute, when the situation had been repeated several times. ” That’s precisely what they complain about. At the break of the meeting, they already warned the safety of Ajax that they were being unbelievers and that they had thrown some glasses full of beer at them. In the second half there was a time when the situation worsened, and many of the azulones decided to leave the stands. Some scenes were unfortunate with some children of Getafe soccer players crying over the situation. Damián Suárez explained it later on Onda Cero: “My wife called me at the end of the game and told me that they had had enough tension. It is unfortunate that they throw things and more when there are small children. ” It was the grandstand in which family members and club commitments were located. Markel Bergara, who traveled as an amateur, was also in that area.The bulk of the blue fans were in a corner of the north bottom and had no problem. In fact, before and after the game the atmosphere was festive and no incident was recorded. Getafe complains about the passivity of the authorities and that, although it was not something too serious, it did generate a lot of tension and fear. The fact that there were quite a few children in the area further demonstrates the carelessness of that group of Ajax fans.last_img read more

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Barca midfielders throw five times less outside the area than Madrid

first_img“Barça midfielders do not suck”. It is more than a vision of an amateur or some technician involved. It is a tangible reality in data. And if compared to the leader of the competition, Real Madrid overwhelms. Anyone who remembers the Classic of the first round will count a Madrid bombing from outside the area with Valverde, Casemiro, Kroos and Isco finishing off against Ter Stegen against Messi’s skirmishes against the world.The matter can be moved to the regular course of LaLiga with very striking records. These are the figures of Barça midfielders: average of midfielders’ shots, 9.22; average of shots within the area, 5.56; average shots outside the area, 3.67; average of shots at goal to goal, 3.56; and half goals, 1.56.And these are the figures of Madrid midfielders: average total shots, 34.43; average of shots within the area, 13.57; average shots outside the area, 20.86; average of goal shots, 11.57; and half goals, 3.29.Does that mean Madrid midfielders quintuple in shots outside the area Barcelona flyers and triples them in goal shots, total shots and shots within the area. The statistic considers De Jong, Busquets, Rakitic, Vidal, Arthur, Aleñá, Rafinha, Riqui Puig and Collado as Barça midfielders; and Casemiro, Kroos, Valverde, Modric, Isco, Lucas Vázquez and James as midfielders of Madrid.There are really significant data. De Jong has once pulled out of the area for the 49 shots outside Kroos’ box. The Dutchman has made eight total shots in 36 games, Kroos, 63 in 32 games. Up to five Madrid midfielders reach or exceed 30 shots on target. They are Kroos (63), Casemiro (52), Modric (32), Valverde (30), Isco (30). In Barça, the player who has thrown the most is Rakitic (28). Only Arturo Vidal is on one of the podiums of this unique Madrid-Barça pulse, as a good starter he is, the Chilean has finished 16 times inside the area. They only exceed those numbers in Madrid Casemiro (19) or Isco (18).Data that clearly express that Barca midfielders have an obvious deficit in the launch That can only have two explanations. One, that there is a lack of aptitude in that specific facet of the game. The other, that there is a direct message from the technicians to look for other options instead of testing the opposing goalkeepers. In the background, the debate that begins to settle in Barça on whether the players, out of excessive respect for Messi, they always try to find the Argentine instead of finishing off the door. But that Barça has a problem with the shot on goal is evidence.last_img read more

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Tennis alert: Tomic could be the first case of coronavirus

first_imgThe coronavirus could have already manifested on the planet tennis. Bernard Tomic, 27-year-old Australian tennis participant, stays remoted after guaranteeing that presents all the signs of COVID-19 illness.The newspaper Herald Solar collected the testimony of the participant, extop-20 of the ATP rating: “I began to really feel dangerous on Tuesday and by Thursday I used to be already in Miami. I used to be having hassle respiratory and my immune system was weakened. As quickly as I felt the signs I communicated it to all my environment in order that they remoted me. He had deliberate to return dwelling when he noticed that it was regular for Miami to be suspended, however in these situations it was not possible. I’ve not but examined for COVID-19, however the reality is that I’ve all the signs “, the Australian assured. As Tomic relates, it’s most certainly that he contracted the virus throughout the route from Monterrey, event that performed two weeks in the past, to Miami, the place he was going to play the earlier section of the Masters 1,000. Regardless of appearing appropriately as quickly as he detected the first signs, the ocean tennis participant hopes he has not contaminated different folks: “Probably the most regular factor is that he would infect me on the flight from Monterrey to Miami. I hope I didn’t make the illness unfold to extra folks. “ The outcomes of the assessments will decide in the subsequent few hours if Tomic is the first skilled tennis participant with coronavirus …last_img read more

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The rayista hobby, an example of solidarity that comes from afar

first_img– ADRV platform (@plataformaADRV) March 29, 2020Rhymes and stanzas that players like Ali, Luna, Trejo, Ángeles, Montiel and Alberto; ex from the Strip like Cota, Antonio and Iván Amaya, Yuma and Natalia; an icon of rayism like Michel; journalists such as Quique Peinado, Carlos Sánchez Blas and Antonio Luquero; singers such as Pulpul (Ska-P), Juankar (Boikot), Kake (Caskarrabias), TaylorChris (Afrojuice) and Fortu (Obús); the historian Juan Jiménez Mancha; the mythical utillero Isi; actors such as Víctor Sevilla and Vicente Gil; as well as dozens of fans and supporters acquaintances and loved ones in the neighborhood. Without forgetting some of the great protagonists, the nurses of the Infanta Leonor. Kas Vallekas video tribute to all the anonymous heroes who are fighting this pandemic. ⚡⚡Only the people save the peoplehttps: //t.co/ty8khQYHt4 The ADRV Platform has been the engine of an idea seconded by anonymous fans of Rayón and Vallecano, as well as by the Rayo and Veterans Association male and female staff. Your message of encouragement does not stop there. He has also captured it in a video. A tribute from Vallecas to all the anonymous heroes who fight against COVID-19. Well-known faces recite a poem in which we walk the corners of the neighborhood, empty, without joy, waiting for the sun to rise again after this terrible storm.There are no more children in the parks, silence rules El Bulevar, the chairs were left without portal gatherings.Uncle Pio’s lawn has not been trodden for a long time, I haven’t heard that old man talk for days, that grandparents don’t go down to buy anymore.My family, my friends, die alone and I can’t even watch them, it’s time to cry alone.Only nurses are heard to scream, Help for Health!I just want to be close to mine, to be able to go outside every day, that my grandmother goes for the bread.For the kisses and the hugs. A smile to wake up, a look to rewind.When time is past and present is no longer. And Vallecas, we will soon enjoy again!From Rayito’s goals to the Naval Battle. From the intricate sandwich to the gypsies sing. Of the statue of the Grandmother, who did not stop rocking.We have already suffered attacks and evictions we stopped. This neighborhood as always will rise again and united, we are going to stop it!The streets will resonate, the ball and the swings and the Albufera, to overflow. Sunsets in the Tits, the Estanquera de Vallekas will not be a memory.Go back to the swamps and rivers to spend the summer, beers in the bars, go for a walk.Time will have stopped, everything will be a bad dream and we will go out to celebrate it, like good Bukaneros!As Second, Let’s go out! And if someone takes my soul, let it be Saint Agnes.Because the day I die, I want to see my drawer, painted red-red, like my heart.Courage, courage and nobility. Now we have to support. Vallekas is not afraid. Vallekas is solidarity. Always at the foot of the canyonHistorically this hobby has always lent a hand in adversity. The defaults threatened the liquidation of Rayo during the last period of the Ruiz Mateos, back in 2011, which meant the sale of the club and the subsequent Bankruptcy. A stage in which the employees of the entity, some entire marriages, were not paid and were immersed in a desperate situation. Hence, the rayistas created a Row 0 to help those workers in distress.They also overturned with the one enabled by Rayo in 2014 to Carmen Martínez Ayuso, a Vallecas neighbor who was 85 at the time and was going to be evicted, and whom technician Paco Jémez has been helping to pay for his apartment for several years. Part of that collection (half, around 10,000 euros) was destined, one year later, for trying to fulfill Wilfred’s last wish, bringing his children from Nigeria. The goalkeeper died without the reunion being able to materialize, but they were able to come to say goodbye to their father.Its causes do not stop there. Since 1997 the Days Against Racism have been organized without interruption, with talks, parties and banners to try to raise awareness in society and thus end this scourge. Symbol precisely of this fight was Wilfred, one of the most beloved and representative players in the Strip. Also his hobby fought for gave a name to a sports center in the neighborhood and got it. That, apart from having his door and mosaic in the Vallecas stadium, which was his home.Two important pillars for fans are coexistence and the transmission of values, the engine of other activities such as the Race and the Rayism Days, where different activities were programmed to get to know the neighborhood and the club better. Furthermore, it is common to see that, from the bottom of Bukaneros, typhoons are displayed against gender violence, evictions … applauded and supported by the entire field. So it can be concluded that this is a combative and supportive hobby. Without a doubt, a different hobby. The fan of the Strip is supportive and, once again, has shown it with facts. Rayism, aware of the needs of the Hospitals of Vallecas in the face of this coronavirus epidemic, decided to mobilize and enable a Row 0 to acquire the necessary sanitary material for the Infanta Leonor and the Virgin of the Tower. Donations amounted to € 40,004.66 and with these funds it will also be possible to help other sectors affected by this crisis, such as shelters and homeless people who spend these days at IFEMA.last_img read more

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“I don’t think FIFA or UEFA can talk about contracts”

first_img“The contracts end on June 30, I don’t know what that will be like if FIFA and UEFA say the contract ends when the season ends, that will have to be said by a judge. I don’t think UEFA or the FIFA “he added.In addition, the Eibar coach recalled that it is a global problem. “It is not just our league, it is all the others. Not all countries go at the same rate with this disease. It will be very difficult to combine everything so that later they can play the Champions League and the Europa League “he confessed.“We are so unaware of what is going to happen. Starting to make plans without knowing for sure, I don’t like it. I’m less involved in soccer than if it were a preseason, “he added. SD Eibar coach Jose Luis Mendilibar does not see it as productive to talk about football in the midst of the serious crisis due to the coronavirus pandemicBecause the return of the competition is full of doubts, such as the fact that the contracts of many players end on June 30, despite the measures that FIFA and UEFA want to take.“It was a situation for 15 days, then it is getting longer and longer. You can’t talk much about this”, he said in a conversation with the also coach Abelardo, coach of Espanyol, in an initiative of the Royal Galician Football Federation and its coaches Committee.’Mendi’ referred to the uncertainty that, like the rest of society, the world of football lives. “Everything we can say now is going nowhere. The protocols that are being put in place if you want to play are almost impossible to comply with”, he claimed.last_img read more

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Wilson eyes record

first_imgDespite not yet in his best physical shape, Calabar’s sprint phenomenon Tyreke Wilson remains confident of breaking the boys Class Two 100m record at next month’s ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships.The speedster also declared that defending champions Calabar will have no competition come March 15-19, when Champs take centre stage inside the National Stadium.Wilson turned heads with an impressive 10.97 seconds in 100m at the Youngster Goldsmith Classic, last Saturday, and is looking to take his form into next month’s marquee event.”Well, I don’t see any competition. Champs is ours this year again,” he said amid what many expect to be stout challenges from their arch-rivals Kingston College and Jamaica College among others.”We are focused. There is no pressure,” Wilson reiterated.Wilson assured that he is not all talk, however, and courtesy of his four championship medals so far (three gold and one silver) he will be one of the athletes to watch next month.For Wilson, a sprint double gold is on his mind, along with the 100 metre record.”I am very satisfied with my season’s progression. So far I haven’t done any clear sprinting in terms of the season so far, but I am very pleased with my times.GOLD MEDALS”I am going for two gold medals, and to do a repeat of what I did in class three. The one hundred metre record, I have that in mind and hopefully after Champs I will be fit to go to CARIFTA and represent my country,” he told The Gleaner.Wilson, despite being pleased with his 10.97 seconds effort last week, assured The Gleaner that he is still recovering from a slight hamstring injury. He wants to lower that to 10.40 seconds soon, but admits it will be a lot of work because I am just coming back from injury.”My focus and mindset going into champs is just to keep myself fit and healthy and make sure everything is good with my body, knowing that everything is good physically then I know everything will fall into place,” he continued.last_img read more

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Stephens wins WTA title

first_imgWASHINGTON (AP): Sloane Stephens sat at a table for her postmatch news conference, eyed the big glass trophy sitting at arm’s length, and asked, “What happens to this?” Forgive the 22-year-old American for not knowing. She’s never been given championship hardware at a professional tournament before. Stephens earned a WTA title for the first time yesterday, overwhelming Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova of Russia 6-1, 6-2 in the final of the hard-court Citi Open. “Nothing was rushed. Nothing was given to me. I had to work for everything. It was just nice that all of the hard work and everything I’ve put into it – now I can say that I have a tournament title,” Stephens said. “Everything happens when it’s supposed to happen.” It was her first final as a pro. Entering this tune-up for the US Open, she owned a .685 career-winning percentage at Grand Slam tournaments, including getting to the second week in seven appearances, with a semi-final showing at the Australian Open and quarter-final run at Wimbledon, both in 2013. At her news conference, a reporter mentioned that Stephens has been considered the best women’s tennis player without a title for quite some time. “Now you’ll have somebody else to talk about,” Stephens replied. “I’m sure there’s someone else, so I will pass that torch on to whoever’s behind me.”last_img read more

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More sports in brief

first_imgINSPORTS/Chubby Portmore PrimarySchool FootballPortsmouth Primary advanced to the semi-finals of the Institute of Sports (INSPORTS)/Chubby Portmore Primary School Football competition on Tuesday, with a 3-1 victory over Gregory Park Primary.The win pushed Port Henderson in the runner-up spot in Group One, which was topped by Portsmouth Primary.In another Zone One match on Tuesday, Southborough Primary beat Kensington Primary 4-2. Also securing their spot in the semis on Tuesday were Naggo Head Primary, which beat Greater Portmore Primary 2-0 to cement their place atop Zone Two. Belmont Park Primary clipped Ascot Primary 1-0 in the other group game earlier this week.The semi-finals will take place next Tuesday at Cedar Grove Community Field, with Portsmouth Primary tackling Waterford Primary at 10:00 a.m., followed by the second semi between Naggo Head Primary and Port Henderson Primary at 11:30 a.m.The final will be played at the same venue on Thursday, December 3.FIFA to host coaching courseFIFA will host a coaching course from November 30 to December 4, which will focus on the coaching of female players. The course will be under the instruction of well-known former England international footballer, Hope Powell. The course, which will be held at the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) Football Centre, UWI, will have as participant coaches from the Sherwin Williams Women’s League, selected former national female players, national coaches, and representatives of parish associations.The JFF has also invited G.C. Foster College, the University of Technology and the Ministry of Education to send representatives.Powell, who has parental roots in Jamaica, is a former international football player who was the coach of the England women’s national football team and the Great Britain women’s Olympic football team up until 2013. She won 66 caps for England, making her debut for England at the age of 16, and played in the 1995 FIFA Women’s World Cup. At 31, she became the youngest ever coach of an England national football team, as well as the first woman and first black person to hold that position.The JFF’s coaching development programme is supported by the Joan Duncan Foundation of the Jamaica Money Market Brokers.Intercol table tennis finalsTeam and individual finals in the intercol table tennis competitions will be played today at G.C. Foster College, starting at 9:00 a.m.In the men’s team final, three-time defending champions University of Technology (UTech) will face University of the West Indies (UWI), while in the women’s final, UTech will oppose G.C. Foster College. The female winners will be new champions as six-time defending champions UWI did not enter a female team this year.Individual events to be contested are male and female singles, male and female doubles and mixed doubles.last_img read more

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SOUTHAMPTON VS ARSENAL

first_imgSOUTHAMPTON VS ARSENALSOUTHAMPTON (4-2-3-1)GAZZANIGA, SOARES, FONTE, VAN DIJK, BERTRAND, WANYAMA, CLASIE, S. DAVIS, MANE, TADIC, PELLEARSENAL (4-2-3-1)GIROUD, CAMPBELL, OZIL, WALCOTT, FLAMINI, RAMSEY, MONREAL, MERTESACKER, KOSCIELNY, BELLERIN, CECHArsenal go into the Christmas period in second place and just two points behind Barclays Premier League leaders Leicester City. Interestingly, Arsenal have gone into the Christmas period in second place twice – and on both occasions they went on to win the title.They should travel with confidence; the Gunners have more wins away than at home (six to five at the Emirates) and have also scored five more goals on the road (18 to 13 at home).And Southampton have failed to win in their last five games in the Premier League, dropping from seventh to 12th in the process. It is the Saints’ longest run without a win for a year; a sixth would represent their longest non-winning sequence under manager Ronald Koeman and their worst since December 2013.They have a good record on Boxing Day, winning five and losing one of the last six. They last lost on this day in 2008, at Plymouth Argyle in a second-tier game.But Arsenal’s record on Boxing Day is even better. Since they last lost on this day, at Coventry City in 1999, the Gunners have played 14 times, winning 11 and drawing three.But three of the last four Premier League games between these teams at St Mary’s have been drawn while Arsenal last won at Southampton in December 2003.Southampton test goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg, with Paulo Gazzaniga on stand-by to continue at the back. Another keeper, Fraser Forster, is still out, as is Florin Gardos and Jay Rodriguez.Arsenal miss Alexis Sanchez, Jack Wilshere, Santi Cazorla, Danny Welbeck and Francis Coquelin among others.last_img read more

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Brathwaite pair rescue Windies, but Aussies in control

first_img Off-spinner Nathan Lyon has been the most successful bowler with two for 68. West Indies once again had a dodgy start, losing the right-handed Hope in the morning’s fifth over, sparring at an out-swinger from seamer Josh Hazlewood and nicking a catch behind. Brathwaite and Bravo then countered with dominant stroke-play as West Indies enjoyed one of their finest sessions of the series. Emerging from a typical watch start, Brathwaite blossomed nicely to stroke 10 fours in an innings lasting 174 balls, while Bravo showed glimpses of his good form in a 95-ball innings, which contained six fours. Bravo twice drove pacer James Pattinson for exquisite offside boundaries in the 11th over before aggressively pulling the same bowler through mid-on for another four, in the right-armer’s next over. Brathwaite was uncharacteristically audacious, twice coming down to Lyon and lifting the bowler back overhead for boundaries. He brought up his second half-century of the series and eighth in Tests in the third over before lunch when he punched Mitchell Marsh to the ropes at point and then followed up with a couple to square leg. Unbeaten on 32 at lunch with West Indies on 92 for one, Bravo added just one after the resumption before falling in the third over at 104 for two, caught by Usman Khawaja at backward square as he failed to keep down a pull off Pattinson. West Indies then threatened to implode. They lost Marlon Samuels for four before rain forced an early tea break, and then lost a further three wickets following the resumption. Samuels, with a wretched 31 runs from four innings in the series, steered Lyon to Hazlewood at point and immediately set off for a non-existent run. Both he and Brathwaite started and stopped before Samuels was left stranded by the throw to the keeper’s end. On 115 for three at the tea break, West Indies looked to be flourishing afterwards when Jermaine Blackwood pulled Lyon and drove Pattinson for boundaries in moving to 10. An error in judgement caused his downfall, however, offering no stroke to one from Lyon that ripped back to hit the off stump with West Indies on 131 for four. Kraigg Brathwaite added 27 for the fifth wicket with Ramdin before he, too, perished at the hands of Lyon, gloving a cut to captain Steve Smith at first slip off one that bounced. SYDNEY, Australia (CMC): Opener Kraigg Brathwaite stroked an enterprising half-century but West Indies’ batting wobbled to give Australia the advantage on the opening day of the final Test here yesterday. Opting to bat first, the Caribbean side finished the rain-hit day at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 207 for six, with the right-handed Brathwaite top-scoring with 85. All-rounder Carlos Brathwaite, in his second Test, was unbeaten on a cameo run-a-ball 35 and was partnered by wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin on 23. Left-hander Darren Bravo also sparkled, albeit briefly, in scoring an attractive 33. He and Kraigg Brathwaite put on 91 for the second wicket following the early loss of Shai Hope for nine but the familiar middle-order collapse followed, with the Windies losing five wickets for 55 runs, to slump to 159 for six in the final session. However, Carlos Brathwaite and Ramdin came together in a seventh-wicket stand currently worth 48 to stall Australia’s progress and ensure West Indies were still afloat at the close. Lyon in top form BRILLIANT CATCH With one run added 15 balls later, captain Jason Holder was brilliantly caught low down by Joe Burns at forward short leg for one, off a firm leg-side push off left-arm spinner Steve O’Keefe. Tottering, West Indies were rescued for the second straight Test by the authoritative Carlos Brathwaite, who counter-attacked to pull the innings around. The right-hander, who got a half-century on debut in the Melbourne second Test last week, blasted four fours and two sixes, while Ramdin played a supporting role, facing 72 deliveries and counting two fours. Brathwaite was off the mark in style, clearing the ropes back overhead with O’Keefe off the second ball he faced and then twice swept the same bowler behind square for boundaries in later overs. In the day’s final over, he deposited O’Keefe several rows back and followed up with a full-blooded cut to the point boundary, as West Indies finished strongly.last_img read more

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