爱上海,上海419论坛,上海龙凤419 – Powered by Edyth Joao!

14 May
2020

Reinier arrives in Madrid

first_imgReinier’s immediate future is in Castilla. Without chips available in the first team, the club enrolled him in the subsidiary, where he will take number 19 on his back. Until the end of the season you will have the opportunity to play at least 13 games under Raul (the subsidiary is four points from the playoff). After the commitment of this Sunday (12.00) against Rayo Majadahonda, the next game of Castilla will be on Sunday 23 against Sanse (17:00) at Alfredo Di Stéfano. An option for his debut. The last brazilian pearl already is in Madrid. Reinier Jesus (18 years old) landed in the capital this Saturday first thing in the morning in a flight from Rio de Janeiro after enjoying some days off after playing the Pre-Olympic with Brazil. The player will be hoy in the Bernabéu to witness the league match against Celta (21:00, Movistar LaLiga). Although his long start is not yet confirmed, everything suggests that next week he will be the pprotagonist on the grass of the white coliseum for its official presentation as a new Real Madrid player. Several dates are being considered at the beginning of the coming week. The program Jugglers de La Sexta reported that the act will be held on Tuesday 18. Reinier will be able to join full performance to work with his colleagues immediately. Arrive with a rhythm of competition on the legs having participated in six games with the U-23 team of Brazil in the tournament in which the Verdeamarela He got the ticket for the Tokyo Olympics.last_img read more

Read More
14 May
2020

Munir stops have given Malaga eight points

first_imgMunir Mohand Mohamedi, (Melilla, May 10, 1989) is being life insurance for Malaga in a season especially complicated by poor planning sponsored by the horrific president / tweeter Abdullah Al Thani. Munir remained as the only goalkeeper with a professional record and on the three occasions he had to go with Morocco he was replaced by Kellyan (against Almería and Cádiz) and Gonzalo (against Alcorcón). All three games ended in defeat.The international was called by a part of the fans the day he made a big mistake against Mirandés that cost a goal and the loss of two points. An isolated fact. Despite its shape peaks, with ups and downs, its balance is positive. Munir punctual stops have meant no less than eight points for Malaga. These are: Munir ends contract with Malaga on June 30 and it is not known that there have been contacts for its renewal. Before this campaign started. And as revealed by the interested party, Malaga tried to find a transfer. Malaga will have a serious problem in the medium term future in the goal because it would force Malaga to have to look for one or two goalkeepers to face next season. It will not be easy because his problems with the salary limit force him to have to get rid of assets to be able to balance the accounts and that LaLiga agrees to enroll the club in his competitions on the dreaded July 31. A lot of work for the judicial administrator, José María Muñoz, to correct all the backstage trips by the Al Thani family in this process of decline and madness in which they have submitted to the club during all this time. Malaga now breathes.Another session of FIFA Virus is coming Malaga-Las Palmas. Day 3. With 0-1 he avoided Ruben Castro’s 0-2. A point. Mirandés Málaga. Day 5 With 1-1 stop to Merquelanz. A point. Malaga-Sporting. Day 8. With 0-0 and in prolongation time two stops to Carmona. A point. Extremadura-Malaga. Round 20. With 0-0 stop Willy. A point. Oviedo-Malaga. Day 22 With 1-1 two interventions against Carlos Hernández and Lolo. A point. Cádiz-Málaga. Day 28. With 0-1 huge stop to Iza Carcelén. Two points saved (even all three). Las Palmas-Málaga-Jornada 30. With 1-0 he avoided Ruben Castro 2-0. In the next play goal of Lombán. A point. Total eight gold points without which Malaga would be in decline.center_img The FIFA Virus can again leave without Munir, Hicham and Boulahroud al Málaga in two very decisive matches against Albacete and Deportivo. These are the matches and the dates.03-26-20. Republic of the Congo-Morocco. 03-27-20. Morocco. Central African Republic. 03-31-20. Central African Republic-Morocco. 04-04-20 Morocco-Togo 10-4-20. Morocco-Rwanda. At the moment, Munir is already in the pre-list of 49 decreed by the coach of the North African country.last_img read more

Read More
14 May
2020

“Football generates € 4.1 billion in taxes and you have to consider it”

first_imgJosé Guerra is the second authority in LaLiga after occupying the position left by Javier Gómez. He attends to AS by telephone in an interview that began last Thursday and was updated yesterday, since the events (and announcements) follow one another with almost no time to assimilate them.LaLiga delivered a report to the clubs analyzing how to share any losses with the players. Later, the employer’s association urged ERTE and AFE criticized it. Why did they make that statement in the middle of the negotiations?Because the Delegate Commission, last Friday, after analyzing the situation in an exercise of responsibility necessary to preserve a sector that represents 1.37% of GDP and employs about 185,000 people, considered that it should urge affiliates to start ERTE from reduction of working hours due to force majeure.LaLiga manages that there could be up to 957 million losses if no more is played and that footballers should take over almost 50%. Isn’t that an exaggeration? AFE puts the ceiling at 20%.As we have said on other occasions, LaLiga contemplates a scenario for the end of the competitions. However, logically it works in the analysis of the impact of the situation under different scenarios and, for each one, its impact.Does the step taken by LaLiga announce many more ERTE? Those of Barça, Espanyol and Alavés have just been made official.The ERTE to reduce working hours due to force majeure is the mechanism that, under current circumstances, LaLiga recommends to its associates.AFE calculated that in total the ERTE would be 9 clubs out of 42. What is your estimate?Each club has to make its own decision, but the Executive Committee considers that it is the best option now.Today they meet again despite the positions being far apart. What will they be seen for?A multitude of meetings are being held with different organizations at the national and international levels, forming part of the commission created ad hoc for UEFA, and they will continue to be able to advance on the best path.The Government is proposing measures for society. Does football also expect these specific aids, including through a Royal Decree, beyond those already provided to companies and workers?An athlete, a soccer player, is a worker, but with certain singularities … This specificity is what is being sought to be reflected in the different measures that the Government is promoting.It does not seem popular that a club with benefits turns to ERTE and that millionaire footballers can benefit from state aid. Is there demagoguery or is this vision understood?In my opinion, you have to dig deeper into the numbers when talking about professional football. This industry is generating direct, indirect and induced work to more than 185,000 many people and generates more than 4,100 million in taxes. The amounts withheld by the clubs from footballers for personal income tax purposes are very high: close to 3,000 million. The contribution to the state coffers is very important and must be taken into consideration. Will the Economic Control, which has given such a good result, be modified after this crisis?Not at the beginning. Precisely the clubs, when they endowed themselves with this rule, what they were looking for was to make entities financially sustainable. At the moment that objective is even more valid and is even more valid. It has to continue to be applied more than ever.Where will the effects of this catastrophe affect the most?The financial situation is going to be affected in all companies. Not only Spanish, but European and world. We are facing a global effect.The current salary limits will also be modified …Clear. It will affect us all. And football is no stranger.The clubs have won nothing more than ever in transfers, € 1,018M. How will the market change? More barter and less millionaires?It is possible, yes. We will see it soon. It has to affect this exceptional situation. Clubs will have to look for new alternatives in which to obtain the resources they need within their capacity, so there may be more transfers or transfers for lower amounts. It is difficult to foresee it now.Debts with the Treasury were reduced to a minimum. Is there a risk of returning to the old ways?The figure is around € 50M. There is no risk: the fiscal and tax issue is highly protected with the Economic Control.Before the virus, there were clubs with problems. Are they more dangerous?Economic standards are going to run their course. We will apply them the same. Those clubs will have to work and adjust more. But you have to look at the data with optimism.Tell me how …In the 12-13 season, the clubs other than Madrid and Barça had a net worth of 18.5 million; less than 0.5 per club. Today, they have 1,060 million equity; more than 60 each. This means that its ability to face an exceptional situation like this is much greater and more solvent than it was seven years ago.There is a lot of dependence on television income. What percentage, on average, do they assume in the budgets?They are 34% on average. But it is very dispersed: there are clubs that depend a lot on their budgets (in some cases it exceeds 80%) and others much less.However, some have a more diversified income. Will the crisis affect the adults more than the children?The key is that now what is being affected is the consumption of museums, restaurants, shops, T-shirt sales … Those clubs that have a lot of income from these concepts will be affected.Does LaLiga, as an institution, also meditate on cuts in its workforce and, especially in senior management, or even an ERTE?As it is happening in almost all of society. LaLiga’s objective is to revive the competition. And we need to use all the resources. We hope to have a stable situation for our clubs as soon as possible. So LaLiga is not exempt or isolated from the effects that the rest may have.last_img read more

Read More
14 May
2020

Sagnol reveals that Bayern rejected Varane in 2011

first_imgThis is recognized by Willy Sagnol, current coach, who wore the clothing of the Bavarian team and who was also a defense. The Frenchman explained what happened through the following statements granted to the German media Fussball Transfers: “One day a friend called me and said, ‘You have to take a look at a super interesting young man. Immediately, I saw how mature Varane was. When I passed everything to the club, they told me it was still too expensive for a young man. 18 years old. Two months later, Varane went to Madrid for 10 million. ‘”This story occurred in the midst of rebuilding Bayern, after Louis van Gaal’s project failed. The Munich club gave the team controls to Heynckes, precursor of signings such as Rafinha Alcántara, Manuel Neuer … or Jerome Boateng, in the end, replacement for the ill-fated incorporation of Varane. 50 million was spent by Bayern in that market. Judging by the level the French central defender has reached at Real Madrid, perhaps more than one have questioned that decision. There are times when small gestures can have unimaginable consequences in the future. Acts that seem insignificant but that, with the passage of time, it becomes clear that they should not have been overlooked. Something like this has happened to Bayern Munich with Raphael Varane.The French central defender of Real Madrid has been in the elite for years. Forming, along with his teammate and captain, Sergio Ramos, the undisputed duo that season after season governs the defense of the white team. Nevertheless, history could change a lot in 2011, when he changed to French Lens for the Santiago Bernabéu team. And is that The German champion was very close to making his transfer that same year.last_img read more

Read More
20 Jan
2020

RSPL Statistics and upcoming matches

first_img (Monday Night Live Game) Arnett Gardens FC – 3, UWI FC – 0 AGFC: (own goal) 41′ AGFC: Lennox Russell 45’+ AGFC: Andrew Phang (PK) 48′ Next Fixtures Teams P W D L GF GA GD Pts Arnett 1 1 0 0 3 0 3 3 Portmore 1 1 0 0 2 0 2 3 Reno 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 3 Boys’ Twn 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 H View 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 Cavalier 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Rivoli 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 Tivoli 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 W’house 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 H Lion 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 0 MoBay U 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 0 UWI FC 1 0 0 1 0 3 -3 0 First-Round Results Sunday’s gamescenter_img Standings (Sunday, September 13) 3:30 p.m.: Boys’ Town vs Tivoli at Barbican 5 p.m.: Cavalier vs Arnett at Stadium East 3:30 p.m.: Humble Lion vs Harbour View at Effortville Community Centre 3:30 p.m.: Portmore vs Rivoli at Middlesex Int’l College 3:30 p.m.: Reno vs Waterhouse at Frome Sports Complex 3:30 p.m.: UWI FC vs Montego Bay United at UWI Bowl, Mona Harbour View FC – 1, Boys’ Town FC – 1 HVFC: Jorginho James 83′ BT: Peter Keyes 24′ Montego Bay United FC – 0, Portmore United FC – 2 PU: Ricardo Morris 63′, 72′ Reno FC – 1, Humble Lion FC – 0 RENO: Kavar Walker 81′ Rivoli United FC – 0, Waterhouse FC – 0 Tivoli Gardens FC – 0, Cavalier SC – 0last_img read more

Read More
20 Jan
2020

Top daCosta Cup marksman looks to make life in the MLS

first_img MISSED OPPORTUNITY “It was a bad-enough injury that required surgery. I really wanted to play in the Olivier Shield final because I wanted to get as close as possible to the 40-goal mark, which I had set (as my target) for the season,” said Kerr. “It was not to be, and I was disappointed, but I am strong, and the team did well, although we did not win,” he added. The 18-year-old striker said his efforts in attack for STETHS have been the highlight of his relatively young football life so far. But his love for the game actually began a lot earlier. Kerr is a past student of the Sir Clifford Campbell Primary School in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland, and the Mt Grace All-Age School. His journey continued, and he left Mt Grace for Godfrey Stewart High, where played a year in the daCosta Cup, before he was spotted and invited to join the ranks at STETHS by the keen-eyed Wendell Downswell, STETHS’ technical director, in 2014. “It is at STETHS that I truly began to blossom as a striker,” Kerr stated. “With the help of my coaches and teammates, I have become a more lethal striker. I score from anywhere around the box. I am proud of myself. “I know my ability, and my ability is scoring goals. I hope to continue doing so, after moving on from schoolboy football,” said the striker. In spite of his success on the field, Kerr has not lost sight of the ultimate challenge. He said his aim is to gain a scholarship to a university or college in the United States and use that to enhance his football career. “That is my dream. I am trying to sort out a scholarship and to keep playing football, primarily in the US, and kick-start a career from there with one of the MLS teams,” reasoned Kerr. “And if that does not work out, I am looking at becoming a lawyer.” I believe I will be equally good at that,” the STETHS striker said. Western Bureau: With his taste for success ignited and after scoring a competition-high 33 goals for the 2015 daCosta and Ben Francis Cup champions, St Elizabeth Technical (STETHS), Michael Kerr is eyeing a scholarship and, ultimately, a professional contract in the US Major League Soccer or in Europe. Kerr, who is popularly known as ‘Diddy’, told The Gleaner he has learned to appreciate hard work, and has matured both as a footballer and as a person since donning the gold and blue of Santa Cruz-based STETHS. Kerr, who left defenders in his wake, scoring almost at will to fire his team into three finals, missed the final of the Olivier Shield two weeks ago against Jamaica College due to an ankle injury that required surgery. He is now on the mend, but noted that the ill-timed injury he picked up in the daCosta Cup final against Dinthill Technical could not have happened at a most inappropriate time. The striker was chasing 40 goals for the season. SCORING GOALSlast_img read more

Read More
20 Jan
2020

Holmwood ready to challenge – Anderson

first_imgThis was the second-longest winning streak in Girls’ Champs history, behind Vere Technical’s 15.All of Holmwood’s victories came under former head coach Maurice Wilson, who has served as technical leader of Jamaica’s senior track and field team, and is also a senior lecturer at G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sports.Holmwoods’ last victory came in 2013, Wilson’s final year in charge of the team, and since his departure the team has struggled to remain in the top three, finishing a disappointing fourthat the last twooutings.Wilson’s long-time assistant coach Dave Anderson, who has been in the programme for the past 17 years, has been given the mantle to try and revive the programme. He was promoted to the head coach position at the start of the season and he is very confident of restoring pride at the institution.”This will be a new challenge for me and I am up for it, and after finishing fourth in the past two years, my aim is to ensure that the team move from fourth to a positive position, and based on the work the girls have been putting in so far, I am very confident that we will go higher than fourth,” said Anderson.Two of his best middle-distance athletes in Shanieke Watson and Lisa Buchanan, who scored major points for them over the past few seasons, have left, but Anderson thinks he still has enough ammunition to continue to do well in this area.”The young ones have done well so far at the various meets, and I am confident they can fill the shoes of those two girls, and we do have people in all three classes who can hold their own,” he continued. “We are very strong right across the board, and we have been doing well on the track and our strength is in this area, but we do have quality people in the field events.””Being fourth for the past two years has been an unfamiliar position for us, and we think we have a team that can challenge for the title. When you look on second and third for the past two years it is around 17 points separation here and because we have not executed well on the days, especially the final day, we have finished fourth, but once we do execute well, I am confident we can move up.”last_img read more

Read More
20 Jan
2020

KO title, return of players boost Portmore

first_imgPortmore United’s head coach Jeffrey Hewitt said they are elated to have won their first title of the season after beating Bodles FC 2-0 to win the St Catherine Happy Sutherland Knockout football competition. Hewitt dedicated the victory to the club’s long-serving chairman, Herman Ming, and his family and noted that now that their injured players have recovered, their form should improve in the Red Stripe Premier League. “It’s the first title for the season and we are very happy to have got it, and I want to say thanks to all who have been supporting us, especially the Ming family, and this victory is dedicated to them,” said Hewitt, whose team won Sunday’s title match at Spanish Town Prison Oval courtesy of Tremaine Stewart’s double in the 34th and 69th minutes of a largely one-sided contest. WELCOME WIN It was welcome relief for Portmore, which had lost three consecutive matches in the Red Stripe Premier League. Hewitt said injuries were partially to blame for those setbacks. “There have been some injuries, so we had about four players who have not played in over six games … . [Injuries] have been contributing to our performances over the last few matches. But we are Portmore United, and whoever we put on the pitch must be ready to play, but we are just glad that we got our [injured] players back and we are just getting ready for the next round [of games],” he said. In Sunday’s parish knockout decider, Portmore controlled the match but found it difficult to score, even though they created a number of openings. Hewitt insists they must improve if they are aiming to win more trophies this season. “I thought the Bodles team was really organised; they must have had some quality to reach the final. They knew us and it was evident that they did their homework. They did not allow us to play our free-flowing football, but we eventually broke through and got two goals. “But I thought we could have done much better in front of goal and separate ourselves with a bigger margin. We created numerous chances, but we were unable to convert most of those. We got two goals and we are thankful, but still we have a lot of work to do in front of goal, and if we can convert half of the chances we create in the Premier League and domestic competition, we will be a force to reckon with,” he said. Bodles’ coach Lenworth Gordon said they were outclassed, but gave up ‘soft’ goals. “We went up against a good,-quality Portmore team, but gave away two soft goals and that was very hard to come back from because they didn’t give us any room to play, and they have quicker players,” he commented.last_img read more

Read More
20 Jan
2020

JFF sets up mobile ticket outlet

first_img Match time is 7 p.m. and gates open at 4 p.m. Tickets will not be on sale at the National Stadium today. The Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) will have a mobile ticket outlet located in front of its offices, 20 St Lucia Crescent, New Kingston today ahead of this evening’s CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying match against Costa Rica.    The outlet will be in operation from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.    According to a release from the JFF, the mobile outlet will be set up in light of the fact that the World Cup Qualifier will take place on a holiday and three of the regular outlets will be closed. Tickets will also be available today at the following outlets: York Pharmacy, Jamaica Pegasus, Petcom Portmore, Captain’s Bakery outlets (except Cross Roads and downtown), Total Service Stations (Stanton Terrace, Liguanea and Dunrobin), Richie B’s Liquor Centre at Mary Brown’s Corner and World of Sport, Negril.last_img read more

Read More
19 Jan
2020

Marbury opts for final season with Beijing Fly Dragons

first_imgMOST READ In 2010, Marbury jumped to the Chinese Basketball Association, playing for Shanxi and Foshan before settling in with the Ducks and sparking them to CBA crowns in 2012, 2014 and 2015 before parting ways with the club last April.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return LATEST STORIES ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslationcenter_img View comments LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets Former NBA superstar Stephon Marbury celebrates after his team, the Beijing Ducks, won their first-ever Chinese championship in Beijing on March 30, 2012. Led by former NBA badboy Marbury, who scored 41 points as the host team knocked off title holders Guangdong Tigers 124-121. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO / STRFormer NBA All-Star Stephon Marbury said Wednesday he is headed back to Beijing for one final pro season, but will not be playing for the same Chinese Basketball Association squad.Marbury announced in an Instagram posting that he will play next season for the Beijing Fly Dragons after playing from 2011 through earlier this year with the Beijing Ducks.ADVERTISEMENT “I’m staying in Beijing for my last and final season. The other Beijing team,” Marbury wrote on Instagram beside a photo of himself and the Fly Dragons logo.“I have to put on for the city no matter the team. It’s a different mission and vision over here in the JING. The fans said stay so I’m staying. They said, ‘we will love you no matter where you go’ It’s hard to leave that type of love.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’The 40-year-old point guard began his NBA career with the Minnesota Timberwolves in 1996, taken fourth overall by Milwaukee but swapped to the T-Wolves for the rights to the player taken after him, Ray Allen.“Starbury” was an NBA All-Star for the New Jersey Nets in 2001 and Phoenix Suns in 2003 before joining his hometown New York Knicks from 2004-2009. Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano ONE Championship gets cash for major growthlast_img read more

Read More