Author: admin

Trabzonspor, Basaksehir and Galatasaray extend the bid

Trabzonspor, Basaksehir and Galatasaray extend the bid

first_imgThe Trabzonspor, the Istanbul Basaksehir and the Galatasaray, unable to achieve the three points on the 26th matchday, prolonged the bid for the leadership of the Turkish League.The top five of the table settled the date with a tie. Neither Galatasaray nor Sivasspor were able to add the three points to threaten Trabzonspor and Basaksehir, who share the first place in the table and who faced each other in the Medical Park Arena.The clash between the first two ended with a tie to a goal. The visiting team, Basaksehir, took the lead with a goal from Senegal’s Demba Ba in the 56th minute. But an own goal by Slovakian Martin Skrtel prevented their victory and provided a point for Trabzonspor, settled at the top thanks to the goal difference. Galatasaray was unable to take advantage of that tie. He could not win at his stadium, Ali Sami Yen, Besiktas in one of the classics of Turkish football.There were no goals in the match and Fatih Terim’s team follows three points behind Trabzonspor and Istanbul Basaksehir.The day was completed with the victory of Kayserispor against Yeni Malahyaspor (2-1). The Bosnian Muris Mesanovic and the Brazilian Pedro Henrique led the local victory in the first half, which could have been greater if the Ghanaian Bernard Mensah had not wasted a penalty. After the break, Icelandic Vidar Orn Kjartansson scored the only goal for the visitors.last_img read more

The thousand solutions to choose champions and descendants

The thousand solutions to choose champions and descendants

first_imgSuper leagueGreeceSuspendedOlympiakos *In ‘play-off’ EliteserienNorwaySuspendedWithout starting0/30 BundesligaGermanySuspendedBayern25/34 Premier LeagueUkraineSuspendedShaktar *In ‘play-off’ AllsvenskanSwedenTo decideWithout starting0/30 Cut the daysIt should come as no surprise that the competitions finally ended, but with the novelty that certain matches would be cut. In this way, if the leagues returned in April-May they could be closed before July. At the moment, this option has not been seriously considered.Playoffs to proclaim the winner and the descendantsIn leagues like that of Belgium wave of Greece these kinds of formats, which consist in that the first six classified they face each other and the team that finishes with the most points is the champion. In Leagues like the Spanish, the English, the German or the French it would be the first time that something like this was celebrated.Final Four for continental competitions, but … and for LaLiga?UEFA will debate on Tuesday whether it would be feasible to close the continental competitions in four days, in a single city and with the final format four. The Champions and Europa League would follow this model, but … would it be possible to do something similar with the various Leagues? In any case, this would be feasible if, as it happens, in the Dutch competition the top two are with the same points (Ajax and AZ). Last X days …Steve Parish, owner of Crystal Palace, joked that the competition should be decided by the last three games played. It is a practically discarded method in which the different federative organs should rule a number of parties and action would be taken based on these latest results. A seriesItalySuspendedJuventus26/38 Ligue 1FranceSuspendedPSG28/38 Premier DivisionIrelandSuspendedShamrock Rovers5/35 EredevisieHollandSuspendedAjax / AZ26/34 Liga NOSPortugalSuspendedPort24/34 Super leagueDenmarkSuspendedMidtjylland24/26 Premier LeagueRussiaSuspendedZenith22/30 LaLiga SantanderSpainSuspendedBarcelona27/38center_img BundesligaAustriaSuspendedLASK *In ‘play-off’ Super leagueSwitzerlandSuspendedSt Gallen / Young Boys23/36 Crystalbet ErovnuliGeorgiaSuspendedLokomotiv Tbilisi2/25 OTP Bank LigaHungaryDoor closedFerencvaros25/33 League IRomaniaSuspendedCluj *In ‘play-off’ Super leagueTurkeyDoor closedTrabzonspor26/34 Premier LeagueEnglandSuspendedLiverpool29/38 More information on postponed leagues … PremiershipScotlandSuspendedCeltic30/33 The Coronavirus has already suspended football in 19 European countries: Spain, England, Germany, Italy, France, Portugal, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Austria, Norway, Switzerland, Romania, Greece, Scotland, Georgia, Ireland, Russia, and Ukraine. At the moment, Sweden, Hungary and Turkey are resisting its complete annulment.Fans ask themselves the same question … How will the various competitions be resolved in the event that the coronavirus continues to spread? The truth is that there are a thousand solutions to decree the champions, classified to European competitions and, of course, the descendants. It should be noted that each competition is free to value any solution.It is closed, as it ‘ended’In theory, this should be one of the methods most used by different organizations. In fact, in England there is already speculation that Liverpool should be the Premier champion. This formula was already made in Chile in full social revolts and the Chilean Federation named the champion of the last tournament Católica with six days still to be disputed. Barcelona would be, in the case of the Spanish LaLiga, the great beneficiary of this.CHEMA DIAZ & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>FOOTBALL 19/20CHEMA DIAZ (DAILY AS) Void competitionIn theory, when a championship starts, the different teams are informed of the dates and the matches that will take place. If this does not happen, perhaps an entity could request its suspension entirely. This is the case of West Ham, the English team wants the championship to be suspended entirely.Historical rankingAnother formula that could be applied would be to give the championship as finished, but in the case of a tie or requested doubt for any type of entity the way to solve it would be based on the historical ranking of the clubs.EUROPEAN COMPETITIONS Jupiter LeagueBelgiumSuspendedWitches29/30last_img read more

Vicente Moreno: “I had a humble but beautiful childhood”

Vicente Moreno: “I had a humble but beautiful childhood”

first_imgThrough the club’s official media, Real Mallorca has presented a documentary titled ‘Vicente Moreno: 1000 days with us’, in which he reviews the career of the Valencian coach in charge of the Balearic team.Vicente Moreno arrives in Palma on June 20, 2017 to take over a historic that has just dropped to the Second Division B of Spanish football and that he finds himself engulfed in the most absolute depression after falling into the abyss of the third category where he had not been in the last thirty-five years.With his team, Moreno achieves two consecutive promotions and Mallorca returns to the First Division after two excellent seasons recovering not only the sports field but also the social one.He climbs from Second B to Second in Anduva against Mirandés, a field in which he had certified a year earlier the descent to Second B, and then he achieved promotion to First at home, in Son Moix, in a spectacular comeback against Deportivo de la Coruña with whom he had lost 2-0 at Riazor and won 3-0 at Son Moix.Until the halt due to the coronavirus, Moreno’s balance at the head of the vermilions is 121 official matches with 53 wins, 31 draws and 37 defeats. Precisely the game of the 28th day that had to be played when the competition stopped, Mallorca-Barcelona, ​​coincided with his thousand days in office. The documentary reviews his Majorcan career and also his time at the Nàstic de Tarragona where he also achieved a promotion from Second B to Second and he was about to later achieve promotion to First, which would have consumed him in a true specialist in category promotions. In fact, the Valencian coach also knows what it is to achieve promotions with what was his professional team as a player, Xerez.Curiously, his debut as a player was at the Son Moix stadium, wearing the Xerez shirt, and facing Mallorca. That game was won by the locals, their current team, 2-0.Moreno, born in the Valencian town of Massanassa in 1974, he went through the lower categories of Levante and Valencia although his professional career was developed in Jerez. With the Andalusian team he achieved two promotions, one to Second and one to First, the only presence in First for the Cádiz club. Moreno became captain of the team and scored a key goal for promotion.There he debuted as a coach and in Chapín there is still a mural in recognition of his career in the team in a background of the stadium.In the documentary, Vicente Moreno states that he had “a humble but very beautiful childhood“, arguing that “Being able to live in a town gives you the power to have the freedom to be more on the street than at home, and I didn’t see myself doing anything other than playing soccer. “In reference to professional football, Moreno adds that “you can believe in luck, but then you have to work really hard to get things“last_img read more

Estévez: “In the US it was seen from afar, as it was not going to affect the virus”

Estévez: “In the US it was seen from afar, as it was not going to affect the virus”

first_imgEstevez explained that “times have been very different “in the United States compared to Spain in the development of the crisis by COVID-19 and that he decided, together with his family, to remain in Chicago during this period of confinement, although he explained that it is allowed to go for walks and play sports there. The national team coach announced that the project he is involved in is linked to the United States’ qualification for the Qatar World Cup in 2022 and confirmed that in the last decade the American country realized that “to develop top-level footballers they had to change the plan.”“One of the things that caught my attention the most when I arrived in the sport is the individualized work, not only of the coaches but of the players.. But soccer is different and the mistake comes there. There are players with very good technical qualities but they do not know how to develop it in a context, understand what the rival is doing and what is around him, “he said.”One of the changes in the United States is the change in this methodology, now there tends to be much less individualization and more collective games“he added.Estevez said that he does not close “the door” to a return to Spain, but that his family is adapted in the United States. “Once you establish yourself in a site, you make contacts and many times you get more options in the place where you carry out your work than in Spain.. My family is adapted and likes to live here, “he concluded. The Spanish coach and second coach of the United States soccer team, Nico Estévez, He explained that several states of the North American country have tightened their measures to avoid contagion by coronavirus after seeing what has happened in cities like New York and he confessed that at the beginning of the crisis “it was seen from afar” and most of the society thought that it would not affect them.“Here at first it looked from afar, like it was not going to affect, but now that it is entering so strongly in New York and New Jersey there is some concern and the rest of the country’s states are trying to take other measures so that what happens in New York does not happen, “Estévez said in a virtual conference organized by the Valencian Community Football Federation (FFCV).The Valencian coach, who in his time in Spain he managed to lead Valencia in two official matches in the transition between Djukic and Pizzi, works and lives in Chicago for a year after joining the United States national team coach, Gregg Berhalter, who recruited him in 2014 to work for the Columbus Crew, the top division in American football.last_img read more

Official: Real will not train again in Zubieta

Official: Real will not train again in Zubieta

first_imgThe Royal Society makes official its decision not to finally return to train individually in Zubieta, as it had planned to do starting this Tuesday. The San Sebastian club has issued an extensive statement in which it explains that it respects and acts in accordance with what the CSD dictates with sports activities in the state of alarmThis is the statement from the Royal Society. “After the conversations held throughout the day with the Higher Sports Council and in accordance with the will of the Royal Society to respect and act according to what society requires at all times, we have decided to continue with the individualized work of our professional players as it has been developing up to this date. Therefore, the players will continue to do their work at home. We want to remember that the decision of Real Sociedad consisted of giving the players of the first professional squad the option of continuing with their individualized work in Zubieta from Tuesday of next week. In no case was this work in Zubieta going to be group. It was each player who was going to decide to do it at home or in Zubieta, always complying with the security measures established by the health authorities“, Explain.In the San Sebastian club they add later. “We are fully aware of the responsibility we have and therefore The Royal Society is working to design a return to work for all our athletes and employees who, according to the security measures established by the authorities, put health first ahead of any other consideration. We believe that it is our obligation to advance this work, for which we make ourselves available to all institutions and entities in order to collaborate so that this return to work is done with all the guarantees for all people. ”And finally, he expresses his appreciation for the way the CSD works. “We want to thank the constructive and cordial spirit in which the conversations with the Higher Sports Council have taken place at all times.. We will reiterate our maximum disposition so that we all work and manage to overcome these complicated moments as soon as possible and we can return to normality ”.last_img read more

Zapatero “sees no problems” for the return of tennis and “does not recommend” football

Zapatero “sees no problems” for the return of tennis and “does not recommend” football

first_imgMedical doctors Ángel Ruiz Cotorro, physician of the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation, and Antonio Zapatero, deputy minister of Public Well being and Plan Covid-19 of the Neighborhood of Madrid, declared this Saturday that “they do not see issues” in order that the tennis gamers return to play quickly on the slopes individually. Ruiz Cotorro, trusted physician for Rafael Nadal and the Spanish Davis Cup and Federation Cup staff, spoke of his personal private expertise with the coronavirus, which had him seventeen days admitted to a hospital.“I spent a number of first days irritated, I got here to the hospital with pneumonia, loss of saturation, and I had tough and vital moments one weekend. I received over it, however I’m right here, and in the finish I feel that is going to be a life expertise, “he stated. “Now I’ve been residence for 4 lengthy weeks however I’m bodily weak. There are lots of issues altered And if I drive, I can’t stand, “confessed Ruiz-Cotorro, who believes that” we’re going to be residing with the virus for a season. “On the return of tennis gamers to the courts of golf equipment, academies and high-performance facilities, Ángel Ruiz Cotorro confessed that will probably be “comparatively straightforward” to play once more. “The measures ought to be very strict for the return, but it surely also needs to be famous that those that return should have an excellent bodily preparation and it’s advisable to cross a medical examination,” he stated. Antonio Zapatero, director of the IFEMA hospital in Madrid, who closed on Could 1, was presently in the identical line and is at present deputy minister of Public Well being and Plan Covid-19 of the Neighborhood of Madrid. “Tennis has a quantity of benefits as a result of when enjoying, a big distance is maintained between one and the different. His could be to go wearing sports activities to the venue, wash his fingers with an alcoholic resolution and together with his washed fingers take the racket and play. What we may not do is play doubles, however for the particular person I do not see fault in part 1, “confessed Zapatero, who for a month and a half led the IFEMA hospital and acknowledged that these” six weeks appeared six months. “On the topic of soccer, he burdened that he declared that “it’s not really useful that soccer return” from a well being level of view attributable to the likelihood of contagion that exists in a contact sport. “It’s a sport in which there’s contact, wherein footballers spit and in a nook, for instance, twenty folks get collectively in little area.”At IFEMA “We had a tough time, however we helped many individuals to go residence and the work was value it,” stated Zapatero, who assured that “if issues are executed properly, in the future it should not be crucial for extra IFEMA.” “The state of affairs in Madrid is extra managed now. There are few new instances and of the income by the Covid-19 the seventy % they’re folks associated to a earlier complication “, revealed Dr. Zapatero, in a chat organized by the Madrid Tennis Federation.For Antonio Zapatero, new instances can come up in 3 ways: “nursing properties, contaminated bathrooms -about twenty percent- and people who find themselves not doing confinement properly. ” “To get again to regular life we ​​don’t need to be in a rush. It’s important to go slowly and enchantment to the residents, however now we’ve to take measures in order that instances do not seem once more, “stated Zapatero, who stated that carrying a masks in closed locations or if there are folks round is” really useful “.last_img read more

Mico B launch title defence

Mico B launch title defence

first_imgAn intriguing 2016 season-opener in the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) Sunshine Open League netball competition will take centre stage at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon, at the Leila Robinson Courts in Kingston.Following what is expected to be a colourful opening ceremony and uniform parade at 1:00 p.m., two sets of matches are scheduled to be played.The competition will feature a total of 72 teams vying for supremacy, and the defending champions are Mico ‘B’.The Mico team is coached by Annette Daley and they will no doubt be looking to retain their trophy and play an exciting brand of netball.Meanwhile, the consolation ‘B’ trophy was won by Molynes United ‘A’, who according to coach George Pryce are “confident of winning another trophy this year”.”We are always ready. We have gotten back players from other leagues and colleges overseas, so our team is a good mixture of youth and experience, and we have a full complement,” he said.They will line up against Wolmer’s A in the ‘A’ competition and against Duhaney Strikers in the ‘B’ category.Another winner who will feature today is Westchester, who defeated Maxfield Park Community Club 8-5 to take the Jo Wigman Rally.Today’s competition will mark the 23rd year of sponsorship by JN of the competition which welcomes one new team, Rose Town. Each team will play two games per day.last_img read more

‘We didn’t take anything for granted’ – Jamaica’s Frew credits teamwork for historic Windies’ U-19 victory

‘We didn’t take anything for granted’ – Jamaica’s Frew credits teamwork for historic Windies’ U-19 victory

first_imgOutgoing Jamaica Under-19 captain, Michael Frew, a member of the victorious West Indies Under-19 team, has listed teamwork as the main reason their historic ICC Under-19 World Cup triumph. The West Indies, led by Man-of-the-Match Leeward Islands batsman, Keacy Carty, who scored an unbeaten 52, defeated title-favourites and previously unbeaten India by five wickets in the final yesterday in Bangladesh. “It was definitely, team performance,” off-spinning all-rounder Frew told The Gleaner.  “It wasn’t one person who really carried the team. Everyone chipped in at the right time. “Our opening bowlers, again, gave us a good start with the new ball and the bowlers in the middle came and finished the job. “In the batting we knew we had a lot of balls and the guys batted patiently,” he added. The triumph, which was wrapped up with three balls to spare, after the West Indies scored 146 for five in response to 145 made by the Indians, represented the first time the regional outfit was lifting the title. The previous best performance was a second place finish in 2004, when the West Indies, led then by current wicketkeeper, Denesh Ramdin, lost to Pakistan in the final, also in Bangladesh. Fast bowlers – the impressive Alzzarri Joseph of the Leewards and, Ryan John of the Windward Islands – spearheaded the West Indies bowling performance with three for 39 and John, three for 38, respectively. “Leading up to the final we were winning matches so our confidence was at a pretty good level,” expressed Frew. “However, we knew that India was a good team and didn’t take anything for granted.” Guided by captain Shimron Hetmyer of Guyana, the West Indies, after going down to England in their opening match, rebounded to defeat Fiji and Zimbabwe in their subsequent group fixtures. They then defeated long-standing nemesis, Pakistan, who also knocked them out of the tournament in 2014, in the quarter-finals, before getting the better of Bangladesh in the semi-finals. One of three Jamaicans in the West Indies squad along with fast bowler Odean Smith and batsman Shahid Crooks, Frew, also said he hoped the win would make the people of the Caribbean happy. “I hope it has made them proud,” he said. “We wanted to do this for the people of the Caribbean, including our family and our friends.”last_img read more

More sports in brief

More sports in brief

first_imgRooney breaks scoring record LONDON (AP): Wayne Rooney has broken Bobby Charlton’s 45-year-old scoring record for England by netting his 50th career international goal. Rooney converted a penalty in the 84th minute for a 2-0 lead against Switzerland yesterday in a European Championship qualifier at Wembley Stadium. The Manchester United forward blasted his spot kick high into the net before pumping both fists and running over to celebrate in front of the England supporters. Charlton scored 49 goals in 106 England games. Rooney needed 107 games to get to 50. He had equalled the record by netting a penalty in a 6-0 win against San Marino on Saturday. England have already qualified for Euro 2016. England win MANCHESTER, England (AP): England kept alive the one-day series against Australia by winning the third match by 93 runs at Old Trafford yesterday, thanks to a first ODI century by James Taylor and a stunning display of fielding in the reply. Taylor held up one end in hitting 101 off 114 balls to allow Jason Roy (63) and Eoin Morgan (62) to make rapid contributions, as England posted 300-8, their highest total so far this series. Recalled opener Aaron Finch top-scored with 53 as the Australians were dismissed for 207, ending their seven-match winning run against England in ODIs. Moeen Ali and Liam Plunkett took three wickets each in a tight overall bowling performance. Australia lead the five-match series 2-1 as they look to end the tour on a high, having lost the Ashes series 3-2 and also the one-off Twenty20 international. The fourth ODI is at Headingly on Friday.last_img read more

Batsmen shine at trial

Batsmen shine at trial

first_img Left-arm spinner Patrick Harty with four for 81 was the top wicket taker yesterday while there were two wickets each for fast bowlers Marquino Mindley and Nicholson Gordon. “The game is a competitive one, and interestingly poised, and is the sort of encounter we wanted at this stage of our preparation,” said Jamaica coach, Junior Bennett. “The only regret is that despite so many fifties, none of the batsmen in either has gone on to triple figures. “However, there is a day to go and let’s hope that will happen.” Half-centuries from Andre McCarthy, young Guyanese opener Trevon Griffith and Brandon King highlighted yesterday’s third and penultimate day of Jamaica Scorpions’ sixth and final trial match at Sabina Park. McCarthy who scored an undefeated 163 in the fifth trial fixture, topscored with 63 while Griffith and King hit 57 apiece, as Paul Palmer’s XI, batting a second time, were dismissed for 317. This is to go with their equally competitive first innings total of 302.  Also getting among the runs were wicketkeeper Chadwick Walton 36, and, all-rounder, David Bernard Jr, 26. Campbell’s XI, set a victory target of 309, were six without loss when stumps were drawn.last_img read more