“Since participation in UEFA club competitions is determined by the sporting result achieved at the end of a full national competition, ua premature termination would cast doubt on the fulfillment of said condition “, related a letter signed by UEFA and the European Club Association (CEA).Nevertheless, the Belgian football association (KBVB) has explained the reasons for making the decision of definitive cessation of the league this season: for public health and economic reasons.Too told UEFA that they did not agree with the approach that forces the leagues to continue their season during the current general health crisis, with the threat of being excluded from next season’s European competitions.“Both the KBVB and the Jupiler Pro League are strong supporters of European football solidarity. ANDIt is precisely from this solidarity that our representatives advocated a policy that would allow us to face this situation while respecting the specific context of each league, “he said in a statement. He also added that the parties planned to speak again next week.Most professional clubs in Belgium had advocated cancellation of the season due to increasing economic costs, without receiving income in exchange. Belgian football defended this Friday their decision to end the season in a call with UEFA, after the governing body It threatened countries that do not attempt to complete their leagues with a ban on international competitions.The Jupiler Pro League canceled the rest of the season on Thursday, which was discontinued last month due to the coronavirus pandemic. Bruges was declared champion, while a five-person working group was created to decide the theme of relegation, promotion and places in European competitions next season.But the Jupiler Pro League was warned almost immediately when UEFA told its member associations that it was of “paramount importance” that competitions, including national leagues, were decided on the field and that definitely stopping “really should be the last resort.” It seemed to suggest that, where the competitions were not ended, the clubs involved could not be included in European competitions next season.
The Sun also reported that on February 18 sent scouts to the Metropolitan Wanda to see the rojiblanco footballer. Game in which Saúl took another of those goals out of his boot forever, in the big events: if Atlético was already four minutes into the game ahead of the current champion of the Champions League, Liverpool of Klopp, it was for him. Scouts from Manchester pointed it out clearly in their notebooks. United’s interest in Saúl is a repeat offender. “I think he is an important footballer. Very complete, calm, with a great left foot, a charming game driver, He scores goals and is very well formed tactically“He was bragged by Ferdinand, a club legend, a few weeks ago.”Saul is huge and he’s in the papers this week because Manchester United is interested in him, but we will have to wait to see… “, he also argued. Now what the newspapers publish is that, for his signing, he prepares an almost irrevocable salary. A dizzying offer. That is what Manchester United is preparing to offer Saúl., the footballer on whom Solskjaer intends to rebuild himself. The Sun revealed today that, since the club can only offer Atlético 80.5 million for the footballer (its clause amounts to 150 million as agreed in its renewal with the rojiblanco club in 2017, until 2026), offers the footballer a salary that would increase his salary by 97,000 euros a week, up to a figure of 230,000 a week.
WITH FIVE-STAR bankers such as SUPERLUMINAL and DREAMLINER having obliged at Caymanas Park last Saturday, both the Pick-9 and Super-6s were caught and start anew tomorrow with guaranteed minimums of $1 million and $750,000, respectively. The first Super-6 will embrace race one to six, the late Super-6 from race six to 11 on the well-supported programme, and the Pick-9 from race three to 11. We look at the first Super-6, which commences with a restricted allowance race over 1100 metres for four-year-olds and up (non winners of three) to be contested by eight starters, including JESSE’S FAVORITE and VIJEETA, second and third, respectively, to ARIZONAGOLD in a fast-run 1200-metre race recently. The then favourite, VIJEETA, who had won her previous race in fine style some weeks ago, hurt her chances by missing the break as JESSE’S FAVORITE enjoyed a clear lead into the straight before giving way to ARIZONAGOLD. VIJEETA finished 51/2 lengths third and although the speedy JESSE’S FAVORITE will be more effective over this shorter trip, the War Marshall – Winning Spirit offspring, with promising claiming apprentice Hakeem Pottinger riding for trainer Oneil Markland, should turn the tables from a clear break as she strikes me as the better horse. The second race, again over 1100 metres, should see the quartet of MAN IN BLUE, MAMETA, KING WITHIN, and and the sparingly raced VESPERS in contention where it matters. The best of the eight starters must be MAN IN BLUE, a disappointing favourite when finishing fourth to DASH BOARD recently, but had previously finished third to VIJEETA over 1200 metres on August 28. Champion jockey Shane Ellis will ride the four-year-old colt for trainer Andrew McDonald in an eight-horse field. EIGHT HORSES CONTESTING Eight horses will again contest the third race for $250,000- $210,000 claimers over 1820 metres, and here, the choice has to be the profound course specialist, ABOVE THE RADAR, to be ridden by his favourite jockey Aaron Chatrie. ABOVE THE RADAR won back-to-back races over the distance in midsummer and reporting that much fitter after finishing third to out-of-class MEGATRON over 1500 metres recently, should prove too strong for CHIEF PROSPECT and Saturday’s scorer QUEEN OF THE TOWN with the trip now right. Next on the programme is a three-year-old maiden special (conditional) over 1400 metres for horses who have not earned $120,000 since May 24. Topline trainer Anthony ‘Baba’ Nunes holds a strong hand in the 14-strong field, with LEIGHTON REID (Ellis up) and JASON’S GOLD (apprentice Linton Steadman up) both working well in preparation for this race. Either could win a race of this nature, but my preference is for the Gary Griffiths-trained CONCLUSION (tongue tie off), who finished a close second to WONDER GIRL over 1300 metres as a 99-1 outsider some months ago. Griffiths has called up Chatrie for the ride and the hint should be taken. The last two races in the first Super-6 should be won by DUSSELDORF (Pottinger up, distance now ideal) and the Michael Marlowe-trained LEEKOUT (ready now) with Ellis riding in the sixth race over 1400 metres for maiden three-year-olds. FIRST SUPER-6 FANCIES (1) VIJEETA/ JESSE’S FAVORITE (2) MAN IN BLUE/VESPERS (3) ABOVE THE RADAR (4) CONCLUSION/LEIGHTON REID (5) DUSSELDORF/FLYING MACHINE (6) LEEKOUT
Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netAt least for the moment, there appears to be no need for Alyssa Valdez.Creamline played without its heroine and still came through with a convincing 25-22, 25-21, 25-22 win over Power Smashers Wednesday night to remain spotless in the Premier Volleyball League Open Conference at Filoil Flying V Centre.ADVERTISEMENT 787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano MOST READ Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ Alyssa Valdez stays positive despite PH loss in volleyball opener PLAY LIST 01:14Alyssa Valdez stays positive despite PH loss in volleyball opener00:50Trending Articles02:02‘Bata’ Reyes bows to Vietnamese foe for another SEA Games bronze01:40Filipinos 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 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Missile-capable frigate BRP Jose Rizal inches closer to entering PH Navy’s fleet End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend LIVE: Sinulog 2020 Grand Parade LATEST STORIES Malacañang open to creating Taal Commission Mapua battles Perpetual at home Jia Morado tossed 50 excellent sets, fanning out the offensive chores masterfully.It was a sorry loss for the Power Smashers, who succumbed to their fourth defeat in five matches.What happened in the third set mirrored the second when Creamline fell behind, 18-21, against the youthful but inexperienced squad.Rosemarie Vargas strung up three straight points—all through soft-touch hits— while Colleen Bravo scored three kill blocks to lift the Cool Smashers.ADVERTISEMENT Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation IT happens: Facebook sorry for Xi Jinping’s name mistranslation The win practically qualified the Cool Smashers to the next round—they have won all their five matches so far.“It’s a challenge for the team, really. So we have to step up and prove that it’s all team effort,” said Pau Soriano in Filipino.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 veteran spiker accounted for 15 points including five straight in the homestretch as the Cool Smashers raced from a 20-22 hole en route to the straight sets victory.But most importantly, Creamline proved that it can stand its ground even without top scorer and team leader Valdez, who is currently in Japan training with the Philippine team. View comments
– skipper satisfied with team combinationBy Clifton RossBangladesh Captain Mashrafe Mortaza says his team’s reputation in limited-overs cricket is not to be taken lightly, as the visitors prepare for the first ODI against Windies on Sunday at the Providence National Stadium.Bangladesh arrived in Guyana on Friday night, looking for a new start in a new format following a nightmare 2-0 loss in the Tests. Mortaza, who has been one of the driving forces behind the Asians’ success in limited-overs cricket, said during the pre-match training session at Providence on Saturday, that the Tigers were tailor-made for this format and were banking on their track record.Bangladesh Captain Mashrafe Mortaza and West Indies Captain JasonHolder share a moment at Providence ahead of today’s ODI“I think this format suits us a lot and we have a good combination. West Indies have two good batsmen at the top, but we have to be positive and do what we can do to win like bowling in the right areas and we can get their top order out, then we can have some fun,” said the Bangladesh Captain.The all-rounder highlighted that the Windies star-studded team, which include Chris Gayle, Andre Russell, Evin Lewis and others, will be a force to reckon with, but is backing his vast bowling options to deliver.As an experienced campaigner with 187 ODIs under his belt and 238 wickets to his credit, the 34-year-old said his past experience having played at Providence back in 2007, will be key for his team as they look to set a decent target, should they bat first. “I played a long time here, back in 2007, so I’m not sure what to expect, but I think around 250 or 260 can be a good score.”The skipper pointed out that the experienced pair of batters in all-rounder Shakib Al-Hasan and wicket-keeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim has been doing their jobs for the team and he expected the rest of the team to lend support to the two senior players, along with explosive opener Tamim Iqbal.Windies Captain Jason Holder said that he was fixed on maintaining the same form the team exhibited in the Test series. He noted that while the shift in format required some sort of transition, his team and the players were more than ready to get their 2019 World Cup campaign underway with a win in the ODI series.The two teams endured a few days of vigorous practice and net sessions as they sought to keenly transition from Test to 50-Over mode. Gayle, Russell, and Guyanese Keemo Paul, Devendra Bishoo and Shimron Hetmyer all had good net sessions on Saturday under the watchful eyes of Head Coach Stuart Law, Toby Radford, Corey Collymore and others.Russell returns to the ODI side since 2015, while Gayle has had mixed results over the past few months, but would still play a key role for his team throughout the limited-overs series.Bangladesh conducted their session shortly after lunch under guidance of former West Indies pacer turned Coach Courtney Walsh, who ensured his players got an adequate feel of Providence and its conditions with just hours left to the start of the ODI series.Today, the first of two ODIs at Providence bowls off from 09:30h.
Fort St. John has been the provincial sales champion for the past 10 years, again selling out of its 2,400 bears in 2012. “Myself and my staff would like to say thank you for making the program such a success in FortSt. John and bringing smiles to the faces of all,” says Senior Manager Warren Mears. In what’s become a trend, 742 of the bears that were sold locally were donated right back, meaning 3,142 bears were given out to local charities. Here in town, those include the Child Development Centre, the Salvation Army Hamper Fund, the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation, B.C. Ambulance Service, RCMP Victim Services, Stockings for Kids, Ride for the Disabled, and the Special Olympics. – Advertisement -Once again, this year’s goal is to sell 2,400 by Christmas Eve. The local store has participated in the “Twin Bear” program for 24 consecutive years now.Advertisement
Defender Brian Mandela is already ruled out having picked up a knee injury in the morning session, one that looks to keep him out for a while.Sofapaka FC striker John Avire has made it in the final squad having made his senior team debut in the Madagascar friendly and now has another chance to show his worth in an area that Kenya has struggled with over time.With Mandela out injured, Vihiga United centre-back Bernard Ochieng will now also get a chance to fight for a starting place in the team, having been included in the 23.Harambee Stars AFCON 2019 squadGoalkeepers: Patrick Matasi, Faruk Shikalo, John OyembaDefenders: David Owino, Musa Mohammed, Bernard Ochieng, Joseph Okumu, Joash Onyango, Eric Ouma, Philemon Otieno, Aboud Omar.Midfielders: Victor Wanyama, Ismail Gonzalez, Dennis Odhiambo, Eric Johannah, Francis Kahata, Paul Were, Johannah Omolo.Strikers: Ovela Ochieng, Ayub Timbe, Michael Olunga, John Avire, Masud Juma.0Shares0000(Visited 10 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Zesco United and Harambee Stars midfielder Teddy Akumu walks out before the friendly match against Madagascar in Paris on June 7, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluPARIS, France, June 10 – Zesco United midfielder Anthony Akumu has been dropped from head coach Sebastien Migne’s final 23-man squad for the Africa Cup of Nations which kicks off in 10 days’ time in Cairo, Egypt.Also axed from the squad is Christopher Mbamba who will have to wait longer for his debut in national team colors as well as Clifton Miheso. Mbamba also picked up a slight ankle knock in Monday’s evening session.
Pau Lopez: The 22-year-old has spent the season on loan at Spurs from Espanyol Pau Lopez’s permanent switch to Tottenham is yet to be agreed, according to reports in Spain.The 22-year-old goalkeeper is coming to the end of his season-long loan at Spurs from Espanyol, in a deal which was expected to be made into a permanent transfer.It has been reported the deal is already done and dusted with only formalities to complete, but Spanish newspaper Sport says this is far from the truth and there is still work to be done on both sides to get the agreement over the line.It has been suggested that Spurs want to lower the £6m purchase option on Lopez, who is yet to play but has been on the bench for five Premier League games. They must reach an agreement with Espanyol before Lopez is able to settle in north London. 1
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Arsenal new boy Olivier Giroud has claimed that he turned down a move to Chelsea in order to sign for the Gunners.The France international, 25, completed a transfer to the Emirates Stadium from Montpellier this week.“The choice was between Chelsea and Arsenal. I chose Arsenal because of the club’s philosophy and stability,” he told French television channel TF1.“It is something that means a lot for me. I’ve always dreamed of playing in the Premier League and Arsenal are a great club with many French players.”Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook