La Cartuja, option to host the next 4 Cup finals

first_imgThe Junta de Andalucía wants the La Cartuja stadium to host the next four finals of the Copa del Rey. This was expressed by Javier Imbroda, currently a Minister of Education and Sports of the Junta de Andalucía, which insisted that the Hispanic scenario will be in conflict with the Wanda Metropolitano for those appointments of 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023. In this way, that request was already transferred to the own Spanish Federation, according to the counselor and picks up the agency EFE. Remember that currently the stadium of La Cartuja is in disuse and that route would be another incentive for the improvement of the facilities, which already hosted major sporting events in previous years. In addition to that, Imbroda affected that the stadium of La Rosaleda could be the scene of the Queen’s Cup finals, emphasizing his desire that Andalusia be a protagonist in these competitions in the coming years.Benito Villamarín Stadium was the scene last year of the Copa del Rey final and Seville could repeat as the venue for the next appointments if the Federation considers it appropriate. The Andalusian councilor, who reported this during his balance of the first year in the management of his department, did not hesitate to highlight that all parties should agree to be the La Cartuja stadium owned by three different institutions, although they are not expected setbacks in that regard.last_img read more

Marcelo accepts a fine of € 105,000 for driving without points

first_imgThe events date back to 11:00 hours on December 19 when the Civil Guard stopped the vehicle that Marcelo was driving at the height of PK 5,900, belonging to the municipality of Alcobendas, after they saw him commit a traffic violation. At that precise moment, the agents verified that the defendant had previously lost the validity of his driving license since the points assigned by regulation had already been withdrawn. Marcelo appeared on Thursday morning in the Alcobendas Courts and pleaded guilty to a crime against road safety, accepting a 10-month penalty with a daily fee of 350 euros, 105,000 euros in total, after the previous agreement that his lawyers closed with the Prosecutor’s Office.last_img

The Fuenla will donate mobile phones to help Covid-19 patients

first_imgThe Fuenlabrada this morning announced an initiative in collaboration with the University Hospital of Fuenlabrada with which it intends for the citizens of the town to collaborate by donating mobiles that they do not use (also their chargers), but that still work to send it to patients who are admitted due to the Covid-19 coronavirus and, in this way, they can communicate with their loved ones. “There are hundreds of admitted and not all of them have a phone number to contact their relatives. Especially the case of the elderly and children”, explains the club in a statement in which it also explains the requirements to collect these phones. The period opens at 3:00 p.m. and, to prevent citizens from taking to the streets, each interested party should send an email to indicating your address, as well as your name, surname and telephone. The limit will be Monday 23 at 14:00. Once all the inscriptions are produced, all mobiles will be collected already on Tuesday 24 door by door in order to minimize risks and follow the advice of the authorities. The club has also announced that it will donate all the medical material it has to the Fuenlabrada Hospital and did not want to miss the opportunity to send a message of strength “to those affected by the virus, as well as our thanks to all health professionals and the rest of the sectors that are working tirelessly in these difficult moments. Everything will turn out well! “last_img read more

Bale: your most negotiating side

first_imgBale’s image in Wales is very different from that of Real Madrid, closer to apathy and coldness than commitment. In each FIFA break, a player has been seen to be much more involved with his team than with the white club. That raised suspicion at the Bernabéu and also controversy. His last appearance with the Welsh team lit a wick that has not been extinguished. After qualifying to play the final phase of the Eurocup, he jumped with happiness with a banner that put “Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order” (Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order “), something that unnerved white fans. The Bernabéu greeted him with a loud whistle when jumping onto the field in the next game, on November 23, in the match that Madrid beat Real Sociedad (3-1). His relationship with the Bernabéu stands has been a roller coaster and his image has been changing its price until reaching the red numbers. Now, he is back on the exit ramp … Nothing to do with the aura that Bale has in his country. Leader of his team, involved in the field and committed to the offices to help his colleagues. If the Real Madrid dressing room baptized Gareth Bale as The Golfer (The Golfer) For his unbridled passion for the sport, in Wales he might well be known as The Negotiator. Because the Real Madrid player is in charge, along with Chris Gunter, of negotiate with the Welsh Federation the bonuses players receive for each victory.Giggs’ men will be at the Eurocup which, due to the coronavirus crisis, will be held next year and, in principle, the premiums negotiated by the madridista will remain, who in his team is a committed leader. With the team and with his teammates. This was revealed by Gunter himself, in statements reproduced by The Sun: “It all started with me, Ashley Williams, Bale and Ramsey. We needed to have a conversation about this. Williams was sitting, watching the world go by, relaxed, without getting involved. Ramsey the same. So we were Bale and I who were fighting and discussing every little point. “Bale showed his most ‘combative’ side in order to scratch off the biggest prize for the Welsh dressing room: “Members of the Welsh federation are not difficult to deal with, but Bale and I will fight for the boys if there is anything that needs to be resolved. To be fair to Bale, he is fighting for an extra bonus for each team victory, but he doesn’t need any more money to win. He needs to get more credit. But he is still fighting for the rest of us, to try to win a decent amount of money in this game. ”last_img read more

Cervera’s initial team has only coincided in two games

first_imgIza2,782 Salvi2,097 Perea1,840 graceful1,798 Alex2,737 Cifuentes2,635 Lush1,734 Creek1,800 Fali1,957center_img José Mari1,528 Both in the meeting of the first round, in the Romareda; like in the second one, in the CarranzaÁlvaro was able to put his gala elevenwhat is he composed by: Cifuentes; Iza, Cala, Fali, Espino; Garrido, José Mari; Salvi, Álex, Perea; and Choco Lozano. In the match of the 10th matchday in Zaragoza, the yellows prevailed clearly 0-2, with goals from Choco Lozano and Nano; while in the Cádiz party, the result was 1-1, with a goal from Álex Fernández in the last minutes of the game that served to add a valuable point. Theoretical eleven headlines have never coincided again so far this season. Cádiz players with the most minutes PlayerMinutes Espino2,540 The initial eleven of Cádiz is recited from memory. Any yellow fan would know how to tell the team that Álvaro Cervera would line up in the event that they had not been penalized or injured, which unfortunately has been a constant during the 31 days that have been disputed. This team matches the most used players, however, as incredible as it seems these eleven players have only met on the field in two games. Curiously both against Zaragoza. Sanctions and especially the lesions have ravaged the Cervera’s team, which has had to supply the numerous losses with other players. Of the eleven, only Iza and Álex have been present in the 31 league games, followed by Cifuentes (at 30) and Espino (29). As of the Uruguayan, the remaining seven have lost at least five games. José Mari is the one who has had the most absences. Almost two months were lost due to a clavicular acromio dislocation in his left shoulder, produced against Fuenlabrada, which caused him to undergo operating room.Nonetheless it the broad template that has Álvaro Cervera has allowed the yellow club stay on top from the table. All players have had their opportunities. Iván Alejo, Edu Ramos and Marcos Mauro are the ones who have entered Álvaro Cervera’s line-ups the most times, out of the eleven most used players. All three have started at the beginning in ten games. Nano and the youth squad Sergio González have also had a great presence; and even the three winter signings they had their options before the stop due to the coronavirus. Pombo, Álvaro Giménez and Mabasic enjoyed minutes in four games.last_img read more

Silva is left without tribute

first_imgThe canary, who would have offers to return to the UD Las Palmas or even to play in the Inter Miami from David Beckham, He has been on the team for ten years and in England many consider him to be the best footballer the club has ever had. (they compare him to Colin Bell)Since City hasn’t had many cracks that have stayed there that long and accomplished so many things at once. And despite the fact that the fans strongly request that the Spaniard renew for another season with the team he leads Pep Guardiola to be able to fire him as he deserves, Mirror ensures that The player has not had any contact with the board to extend his stay in England.Silva was already on the roster the first time they managed to qualify for the Champions League, and while winning two Euro Cups and one World Cup with Spain, he has won 14 titles with City, including four Premier League trophies. During your stay at UK, He has played 424 matches, has scored 74 goals, has distributed 137 assists and has offered exemplary behavior, since in ten years at the club he has not seen any red cards. Some numbers worthy of an idol for him Etihad Stadium.In any case, it is certain that other ways will be sought to pay homage to them, as they did to Joe Hart, Pablo Zabaleta, Yaya Touré or Vincent Kompany. With the farewell of the Belgian, who already warned that the next time would be the turn of the canary, the stadium welcomed 52,000 spectators and the proceeds went to the homeless of Manchester. David Silva ends his contract with Manchester City this season and the club planned to pay tribute to him next May 17 against Norwich City, but the match will not be disputed by the coronavirus and if the Premier League in time, the match was most likely to be held behind closed doors. Premier League* Data updated as of April 6, 2020 twenty-onelast_img read more

Rochelle Bryan pledges to remain at Barbican

first_imgAfter representing three clubs in 15 years in the nation’s Women’s League football, Rochelle ‘Chunky’ Bryan has fallen in love with Barbican FC. She now has no intention of parting ways with the St Andrew-based club.In her second season at Barbican, Bryan was awarded the Most Valuable Player (MVP) for the just concluded 2015 season. She won the MVP trophy and $25,000 cash incentive at the recent Sherwin- Williams/JFF awards ceremony.Bryan missed the function due to illness, but was naturally happy on hearing the good news. She was a key member of the team which won the league and knockout double. Playing in an attacking midfield role, Bryan netted seven times, including two hat-tricks.”I felt really great when I heard the news as it was my first MVP award in the league after so many years,” Bryan told The Gleaner.”Well, I have been playing in the league since 2000 and won back-to-back titles with my first club, Portmore Strikers, in 2000-01. And, this year I won my fourth title with Barbican,” she disclosed.”It is really a very nice feeling to win such an award. I just gave it my all and it paid dividends,” the 28 year-old former youth and national senior representative stated.She said Barbican are a great club and it is wonderful to be working with her teammates and coach Charles Edwards.”The coach and captain (Philisha Lewis) have been very good to me. They help to motivate the team on a whole. Barbican are like a family and we are reaping the benefits of hard work over the years,” Bryan, who also played at UWI FC two years ago, said.”I intend to remain at Barbican as long as I am healthy and can give my all to the team. The key at Barbican is discipline and the training is very hard. But we are going for it again as we have not lost a game since 2011,” she said.Bryan, who started in the local club league at age 13, has been affected by knee and back injuries during her career.She last played for Jamaica women’s senior team last year, but was not included recently. However, Bryan says whenever she is called, “I am always ready to represent my country.”Right now, we need a lot more help in order to develop the football here. The JFF also needs to do a lot more for women’s football. There is a lot of talent out there, but they need proper guidance,” the veteran footballer shared.last_img read more

#JaVotes2016: First time voter rejects mother’s pressure

first_imgShamoy Reid voted in a general election for the first time today, but indicated that she had to withstand some pressure from her mother to do so. “Me mother a argue wid me because she a tell me who fi vote fah and me tell her she can’t tell me who fi vote fah,” the 21-year-old told The Gleaner after casting her ballot at the Gordon Town Community Centre in the St Andrew East Rural constituency. So how did she arrive at her decision? “One party inna power fi five years, so me just look pan dat and see who me waan vote fah,” she reasoned. The Jamaica Labour Party’s Juliet Holness is challenging the People’s National Party’s Imani Duncan-Price to become the parliamentary representative for the constituency. Reid acknowledged that she has not been paying keen attention to the election campaign, but said she was determined to exercise her right to vote. “If me never vote me wouldn’t have no talk. So if the country nah run right me can’t seh nutten cause me never vote. So if me vote now, me have a talk and me can say sup’n,” she explained. “Persons who no vote, dem nuh have no say enuh cause dem never go vote,” she added. ST ANDREW EAST RURAL CANDIDATES JLP: Juliet Holness PNP: Imani Duncan-Pricelast_img read more

Oral Tracey: Protect Taylor from ‘burn out’

first_imgBoys and Girls’ Champs 2016 is now done and dusted. Once again, it showcased brilliance as Jamaica continues to lead the world in the systemic production of young track-and-field talent. With two early individual records in the 200 and the 400 metres, along with an overall four gold medals, Christopher Taylor of Calabar High was undoubtedly the most dominant athlete on show. The precocious 16-year-old talent must be looked at beyond the scope of setting Champs records and lifting the Mortimer Geddes Trophy for Calabar. Taylor’s supreme talent is a rare gift to be nurtured and showcased by Jamaica for the wider world. Many observers, myself included, are seriously concerned for the future of Taylor in term of realising his potential as a genuine world beater. The World Youth champion over 400 metres is in his fourth year at Calabar High, where he has been nothing but a fearless and aggressive competitor and a champion. He competed in 10 races at Champs 2016 and was flat out in at least eight of those runs. Outside of the physical rigours of doing so much work at such a young age with such a frail physical structure, the possibility of physical, mental, and psychological burnout of this young gem is a clear and present danger. In terms of making the successful transition to the senior level, it is a potentially lethal combination to be as talented as Taylor at such and early age and to attend a Champs-chasing school like Calabar. Rising to the pinnacle of personal performances and team achievements, 14- and 15-year-old provides for a lofty emotional ride for any young athlete. The satisfaction of excelling repeatedly at Champs from such a very early age could be debilitating for the development and transition process of a special young athlete like Taylor. The story has been told of a former Champs star who instructively also attended Calabar and was competing at a World Junior Championships. When he was approached by his national coach with words of motivation and encouragement before the start of his event, the youngster’s response was: “Coach, it’s not Champs, but I will try my best.” The scary history is there for all to see. None of our current senior international male world beaters were outstanding Champs stars at Class Three and represented Champs-winning teams. The athletes who make the transition are generally not from the top Champs schools and generally were not Class Three standouts. Usain Bolt never won at Class Three and competed for William Knibb; Asafa Powell never won at Champs, he went to Charlemont High; Yohan Blake was a big star at Champs for St Jago, but not at Class Three. As great as Taylor is as an athlete, and as a ruthless as he is as a competitor, he is still human and it would a be a tragedy of immense proportion if this youngster – who is already the best in the entire world at his age group – does not make the successful transition to the senior ranks. He is the most special athlete to emerge from the Jamaican production line since Bolt and while the dynamics are different, we must remember that there were moments along the way when we almost lost Bolt. Just as was done for Bolt, Taylor should be protected from ‘burn out”. One more year in school maximum to facilitate the completion of his physical development, then the deliberate and meticulous process should begin of moulding Taylor into the international star he is destined to be.last_img read more

Thompson foresees ‘bright future’ for Reggae Boyz

first_imgRYAN THOMPSON foresees a ‘bright future’ for the Reggae Boyz following recent performances at the CONCACAF Gold Cup. The Jamaicans made history by becoming the first Caribbean team to play in the final and registered another landmark on their way there, when they defeated the United States in the semi-final. Prior to the 2-1 win at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, no Jamaican football team had ever beaten the United States in America. In the final, the team lost 3-1 against Mexico. However, Thompson focused on the positives. “It’s just a building process for the future. It’s very bright for Jamaica’s football,” he said. On the way to the final, the Boyz won their group with seven of maximum nine points, then beat Haiti 1-0 in the quarter-final before advancing to the US game, then the final. After that defeat, their only one at the tournament, he said: “We’re happy with our performance and that’s all we can ask for. Everyone went out there, played to the best of their abilities. Everyone went out there and pretty much wore their hearts on their sleeves out there. We could not have asked for anything more than that.” The tournament itself represented a breakthrough for Thompson, who made the most of half a chance. The 30-year-old goalkeeper grasped the number-one position after starting out as third string. The former Ardenne High School Manning Cup representative got his chance in Jamaica’s last group game against El Salvador in Canada, when Dwayne Miller got injured early and his back-up, AndrÈ Blake, was short on match practice. “It started from last year when I got invited to camp, and ever since, Sch‰fer (Winfried) rang me, I’m there. I made certain that I’m going to be a face that he never forgets. I work hard every single day, I compete every single day. I haven’t missed a camp. I haven’t missed a single trip ever since coach Sch‰fer invited me and I’m thankful for that,” Thompson remarked. “He saw something in me as a player and I know I have a lot to give to the team and I want to build on these things going forward. Hopefully, Jamaica, and not just Jamaica, but the world, will recognise that we have quality players out there and give us the respect that we truly deserve. “I’m just happy with my performance and what I was able to do for my country. Every game, I went out there I gave of my best. I wore my heart on my sleeve out there,” he continued. The goalie made a blunder that caused the goal in the US match and central defender Michael Hector made two that led to goals in the final. However, Thompson said the team’s reaction to such situations reflects a spirit among the group that fosters growth. “It’s amazing. Everybody’s going to make mistakes. This is the beauty about this team, we don’t single out anybody, when one person makes a mistake, everybody makes a mistake, and it’s just amazing to be a part of a group like this, nobody is going to single you out and this is just positive going forward. It’s just pure positives going forward and again, I’m sure Jamaica’s football is going to be very, very bright,” Thompson emphasised. “It’s all a part of the game. You’re gonna make mistakes and stuff happens,” he added. “But I’m proud of my team. I’m proud of everybody. Nobody expected us to be here and we played in the final against Mexico, one of the best teams in the world.”last_img read more