Çolak ‘redebuta’, mark and self-expel in 25 minutes

first_imgEmre Çolak He has starred in one of the images of the week in Spanish football. On the day of his debut, the attacker He scored the second goal of Deportivo de la Coruña against Racing de Santander and subsequently, He was expelled for celebrating the goal with the fans of Riazor. The Turk took the ball and, after trimming several defenders, dropped a whip against which nothing Luca Zidane could do. He could have euphoria, given the great goal and how important it was for a team at the bottom of the table, and jumped advertising to hug with followers. After that, Ávalos Barrera showed him the second yellow leaving Deportivo with ten.The soccer player did not give credit to what was happening and He was retiring from the grass making a gesture of apology to the public of the sports fief. Despite having experience in LaLiga, Çolak was not aware that its celebration would have consequences. Three minutes before I had seen the first yellow for a rifirrafe with Yoda.last_img read more

They steal tickets from Ibiza-Barça from the offices of Can Misses

first_imgThe offices of Can Misses, Ibiza stadium, have been assaulted this morning by two hooded men who have stolen a total of forty entries for the tie win against the Barcelona, which will be played next Wednesday. Security cameras captured the scene and the club has already acted accordingly.Ibiza has issued an official statement on its website this afternoon, in which it informs of the cancellation of the 40 stolen tickets. In addition, he explains that these had an identification and that they will put extra controls at the stadium doors to locate the people involved in the theft. However, the Police are already working to find them.Can Misses expects a full to the flag in what will be a historic day for the entity. In fact, the stolen tickets were not left over, but were reserved for Ibiza quarry staff. What’s more, they all have something in common: its access door is number 3 and it is precisely there where there will be more security. This is the entity’s statement: “Ibiza has canceled the forty tickets that have been stolen from the club’s offices at the Can Misses Municipal Stadium. The entity informs potential buyers of the resale that the tickets will not be valid to enter the field to watch the game which will face Ibiza with the Futbol Club Barcelona. Each of them has an identification, which has allowed them to be located and canceled.Being forty localities located in the South Fund of the stadium, a special control will be deployed at gate 3 of Can Misses, the access point to that area, to detect stolen entrances. Ibiza asks potential buyers of these tickets to immediately contact the police. The subtracted tickets were intended for staff of the Academy of Ibiza and have already been restored to their recipients, who may occupy their seats during the Copa del Rey match next Wednesday. “last_img read more

Khedira returns to training two and a half months later

first_imgKhedira, 32, points to Sarri’s call for next Saturday’s Serie A match against Spal de Ferrara, the last of the Juventus leader before visiting Lyon in the first leg of the round of 16 of the Champions League. Before his injury, the German was an element of great importance in the balance of the eleven of Sarri and had played 12 league games and five of the Champions League. The Bosnian Miralem Pjanic was not in the session on Wednesday, who underwent physiotherapy to recover from the muscular discomfort he has suffered since last Sunday’s game against Brescia that Juventus won 2-0. It was on December 4, when Khedira, European champion midfielder in his stage at Real Madrid and world champion with Germany in 2014, decided to go through the operating room in Augsburg to arthroscopically clean his left knee. Two and a half months later, about two weeks in advance regarding your first recovery plan, The German completed a training session with the rest of his teammates at the Continassa sports center (Turin).last_img read more

Aleñá, a ‘luxury loan’ that plays only 54% of minutes

first_imgAleñá wanted to change his role to increase his growth in First Division and he had no doubts when choosing Betis despite having played the brilliant ninety minutes of his last appointment with Barcelona in this League, against Alavés. Ruby I give you confidence in his midfield and even varied his position on more than one occasion to accommodate you in your game scheme. However, their paper it was of more or less: against Real Madrid in Betis’s last league clash didn’t even act one minute, something that had not happened since his arrival in January. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 21, 2020 “I hope it will be six months of glory.” With those words Carlos Aleñá faced his journey at Betis after arriving on loan from Barcelona in the past winter market. After two months of league competition, his role in Heliopolis is far from expectations created with your loan: played only 54% of the minutes in La Liga and went substitute in the last three appointments of the verdiblanco team. A reality far removed from the context in which it arrived, when it sought more prominence as it was a secondary piece in the plans of the Catalan team.center_img More unknowns they rest on the figure of the Catalan player when they are transferred until the end of June and under a context of many Doubts refering to resumption and at the end of this campaign. The Barcelona did not want include none Purchase option and his return to Barcelona will be conditioned by a minimized role at Betis. The presence of pieces like Saved and Channels, Besides the reappearance of William Carvalho, limited his role in the last month of competition. Now, he will seek to leave his stamp in a final section of the League that must be his best passport to then gain the trust of Barcelona with a view to his next project.last_img read more

Stan Warinka’s cute photos during quarantine

first_imgStan Wawrinka is being some of the lively tennis gamers on social media during the break of the ATP circuit because of the coronavirus pandemic, which has compelled the competitors to cease till a minimum of June 7, inflicting the suspension and cancellation of a number of tournaments.Wawrinka wished to share together with his followers a pleasant picture montage through which he seems wearing numerous methods in his lounge (enjoying console, with a racket or mendacity on the couch) along with the remark “What’s the day by day routine like in quarantine? Who can relate?” Days earlier than, he shared one other unique picture through which he appeared having dinner subsequent to a big teddy bear. “Spending my dinner on Saturday evening in quarantine … what’s improper with you?” Wawrinka joked. Within the “Antivirus” program on Swiss Radio Tv, Wawrinka requested his compatriots to heed the quarantine measures. “You will need to keep at house. The necessary factor is well being! And it is very important hold transferring, you need to train!” Stated Wawrinka He continues together with his preparation for the return of the circuit with quite a few trainings on a futsal court docket. A extra gratifying method of coping with this troublesome state of affairs brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.last_img read more

Aston Villa captain skips confinement and suffers an accident

first_img“Hi everyone, I just want to make a quick video message just to say how deeply ashamed I am of what happened this weekend “said the 24-year-old English footballer. Grealish confessed that one left home after a friend called: “I know it is a difficult time for everyone right now, to be locked up for so long, and obviously I got a call from a friend asking me to go with him and stupidly agreed to do it. I don’t want anyone to make the same mistake as meI obviously and really want to stay home and follow the rules and guidelines of what we have been asked to do. “Grealish had no choice but to confess since the Solihull police (outside Birmingham) were investigating the facts since the vehicle Grealish was driving he traveled about 200 meters hitting several cars. The player suffered no damage and he left his details to a private person and walked away. Grealish, before the repercussion and after going public, has admitted the facts and He will be fined both by his club, Aston Villa, and by the Government. The sanction will be donated to the University Hospital of Birmingham. Curiously, Grealish had published a message 24 hours before the accident urging the population to follow the state’s recommendations and stay home: “To help save lives, you should stay home. Just leave your house to buy food, buy medicine, or exercise, and always remember to stay at least two meters away.” Jack Grealish has had to apologize, after suffering a traffic accident last Sunday morning in full confinement decreed by the Government of the United Kingdom to combat the expansion of the coronavirus. The Aston Villa captain had no choice but to take his blame, after being published in the English press on Monday images of him with a rugged Land Rover and in slippers being around the house.last_img read more

J-League to discuss allowing 5 changes when league resumes

first_img“Matches will be more exciting if the number of substitutions increases. This is very likely to happen“said a member of the executive committee. FIFA, the international governing body of football, anda has said that he wants to use the same system due to worldwide disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic.Last week, J-League President Mitsuru Murai said that hosting games behind closed doors is an option for the league to consider when the two major divisions resume and the season begins in the third division. At the earliest, the J-League expects to hold official matches starting in the second week of June. The league is also considering reducing the first round of the Levain Cup from six to three games and eliminating the round-trip format for the quarterfinals and semifinals. The J-League will consider allowing five substitutions instead of three when official games resume, due to the delay in the programming caused by the delay of the coronavirus, as published by the Japanese newspaper The Mainichi.The new policy would require changes to be made during three game stops., while a sixth substitute would be allowed in YBC Levain Cup matches that go into overtime. This measure, aimed at alleviating player fatigue on a condensed schedule, He was unopposed when suggested at a meeting between league operators and will be discussed by the executive committee in May..last_img read more

“It doesn’t seem right to us to concentrate what remains of the League”

first_imgMessage from the doctor. “He told us that soon the situation would be clarified, that we would soon train again, we do not know if next week or two or three, but little by little the light is seen at the end of the tunnel.”Risk. “There always is. It is a pandemic that you do not know how it evolves and what you have to do is take the necessary measures. We all would like to return to normal life, but it will be very difficult. We were used to a life that maybe the planet He was not prepared for what we asked him and we should reconsider. “ Test for soccer players. “There are thousands of people who work without tests and working on what the country needs at the moment, I think it is a matter for all of us who have common sense. We know that ours is a job but the important thing is that this It ends sooner rather than later and in the end the tests and the money that football has invested, maybe you should give it a spin to invest it in what is necessary. “ Pressures. “I think not. The AFE works for that. Above all, health is ahead, that there is as little danger as possible. Personally I have not been forced or forced.”Concentrations. “You have to have common sense. If the first weeks you do individual work, it is logical that everyone goes home. If you then start to do groups and some collective training, there may be a period that you have to be focused on, but I don’t see well having to stay focused for as long as LaLiga lasts. Everyone has a family. “Football without fans in the stands. “In the end I think that is what is going to happen. I don’t think the country is ready to return to the life we ​​were leading, and within those restrictions will be soccer too. I don’t like it, it’s like being in training” .Cup Final. “We would like it to be played with the public, with the atmosphere of a Basque derby, and more in a historic final, but it is a decision that we will not make. Surely they will seek a decision that will be the best for everyone.”Qualified for Champions if LaLiga ends like this. “I am fourth and Getafe fifth, what am I going to say. It is the decision that has been made and we must respect it. If it were changed and it was the other way around, we would also complain. The second leg was not played, it is an uncertain situation. “Tokyo. “It is exciting, it is a unique moment in life and it seems that age will be respected for next year. I am excited, more with the background of having been champions.”last_img read more

The Aarhus sets up the world’s first ‘virtual grandstand’

first_imgThe Danish Tremendous League reappears at the finish of Could and Aarhus has determined to set up the world’s first digital grandstand. In collaboration with the digital platform Zoom, the Nordic membership will distribute 22 large screens all through the stadium the place the faces of the followers who need to attend the recreation towards Randers FC will seem at Ceres Park on the 29th of this month. ‘Frequent Soccer’, is known as the initiative.Followers who need can now purchase their locality on the membership’s web site, freed from cost as properly. The Aarhus has reserved a number of ‘stands’ for followers of the visiting membership and others for ‘impartial’ followers who need to stay this first expertise for a World that should get used to in the subsequent months of not having the ability to go to the stadiums, whereas the coronavirus pandemic lasts. “In some ways it’s a historic duel as a result of will probably be the first official in a number of months. We have a good time this with a pioneering digital initiative and we’re proud to be the first membership in the world to strive it. It appears that evidently there might be no spectators in the stadiums for a while , in order that perhaps we will encourage the same initiative in different golf equipment to profit them in the future “Aarhus CEO Jacob Nielsen stated.last_img read more

Dwyer will not double

first_imgWhen Rasheed Dwyer finished sixth in the 200 metres at last year’s National Senior Championships, that ended his chance to run an individual event at the World Champion-ships in Beijing, China. Despite that, Dwyer won’t be running the 100 metres at this year’s Nationals as insurance. That’s the word according to his Sprintec coach Maurice Wilson. Speaking at the recent PUMA/JAAA Jamalco meet, coach Wilson said: “No, he will not be doubling this year, but I can tell you he will be running a fast 200m somewhere along the line.” Dwyer, who turned 27 on January 29, sparkled at the Pan-Am Games in Toronto after his Nationals disaster. In the semi-finals, he reset his personal from 19.98 seconds to 19.80. That moved him past Nickel Ashmeade – 19.85, Donald Quarrie – 19.86 and Asafa Powell – 19.90 on the Jamaican all-time list. He was second in the final to fast Canadian newcomer AndrÈ DeGrasse with a silver medal run of 19.90 seconds. His form earned him a spot in Jamaica’s World 4x100m relay pool. He did a fine job running the third leg in the heats. In 2011, during his days as student-athlete at the G.C. Foster College for Physical Education, Dwyer won his pet event at the World University Games. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games, the former Camperdown High School sprinter led Warren Weir and Jason Livermore in a Jamaican medal sweep. Dwyer and superstar Usain Bolt were the only Jamaicans to go faster than 20 seconds last year, and his new personal best made him the third fastest man in the world in the 200m after Bolt and American Justin Gatlin. By contrast, his best run over 100 metres was 10.16 seconds. Five Jamaicans ran that distance in under 10 seconds flat.last_img read more