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The referee of the Castilla-La Mancha school José Luis González González will referee the second semifinal of the Spanish Super Cup, which is played on Thursday at King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia) between FC Barcelona and Atlético de Madrid.González González will be in charge of directing the second semifinal match of the Spanish Super Cup, and will do it accompanied by his assistants Rubén Becerril Gómez and Diego Sánchez Rojo. The Manchego referee, who debuted in 2009 at LaLiga, has called Barça this season once, in his triumph over Real Betis (5-2), and two at Atlético de Madrid, in two draws against Real Madrid (0- 0) and Seville (1-1).Further, The RFEF appointed Juan Martínez Munuera, referee of the Valencian school, to be in charge of the VAR video arbitration system during this second semifinal, after Real Madrid-Valencia to be played on Wednesday.
Since he landed on the Barcelona, his performance diminished a little, but in spite of it he has been put back in the last months in the team he directs Jürgen Klopp. However, the executive director of the English club, Peter MooreHe talked about the idea of the player returning, explaining that when things left they started to go better, according to Mirror: “When Philippe Coutinho left there was a change, not only in the structure of the team, but also in the way of playing football. If you remember, when he left two years ago, there was a complete change in the style of play and we did not lose a game for the rest of the season. “Finally, he acknowledges that his sale to Barça served to reinforce the foundations of a team that would end up achieving the Champions League: “I don’t despise Coutinho, but we play differently, and the money we put in from Barcelona helped bring Alisson Becker.”During this season, the Brazilian has intervened in 27 official meetings with Bayern Munich, scoring seven goals and giving eight goal passes. Premier League* Data updated as of February 12, 2020 10 Philippe Coutinho spent five years in Liverpool in which he was one of the idols of the hobby net. The Brazilian did all kinds of wonders in Anfield, although now owned by Barcelona and is on loan in the Bayern Munich With purchase option.
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The CSD protocol matches, and gives general guidelines for everyone. But it is true that not all clubs are the same or have the same means. We are concerned with the smallest, who logically have less capabilities. We can find ourselves with some unexpected situation, easy to solve, but that can pose small inconveniences. For example, there are not enough masks at any given time … But, in general, everything is planned and I think everything will work out.Would you say this is going to work?Surely, it will work. With goodwill on the part of all, we will surely make it through. It is also true that we will have to deal with some unforeseen event, but what I can assure you is that the doctors of the professional teams are working to ensure that everything goes well and helps.And the players, are they also for the work?I think so, of course. All they have to go through is a medical examination, like all workers. That they have to sign a consent is normal, also like everyone else. If someone does not want to do it, then that is no longer the doctor’s problem. But I believe that everyone is for the task of helping, cooperating and recovering normalcy soon. The return of football would be a symptom of normality, and I think that is what, ensuring health first, we all want. We see the light at the end of the tunnel. How is the return to training presented?We have come a long way and we move forward every day. Let’s keep up with the pandemic data, which is improving. But we must not lower our guard. Now it is time to return to the activity and the only thing that we have missed was a little more clarity, of concretion, in the protocol already approved. Now we trust that the ministerial order will develop it a little more and that doubts will be reduced. But it is normal that there are doubts, because we enter unknown territory. Coronavirus is something new, something that has never happened before.Are the doctors willing to perform the tests on the templates?Of course we are willing because we have two ways to do it: prescription for medical reasons and article 22 of the Labor Risks law, that is, prevention and control to ensure the health of the individual and the group.Are the 42 professional clubs in the same situation?
NORTH SOUND, Antigua (CMC):Jamaica Scorpions narrowly stuck their noses in front, but opener Montcin Hodge then struck a second innings unbeaten half-century to ensure there was no Leeward Islands Hurricanes collapse, as the sixth-round first-class encounter remained open heading into today’s third day.Beginning the day on 54 for four in response to Hurricanes’ 155 all out on the Thursday’s opening day, Scorpions were on the verge of surrendering a healthy first-innings lead when they crashed to 103 for nine at the Vivian Richards Cricket Stadium.However, the last pair of Sheldon Cottrell and Damion Jacobs defied the Hurricanes attack to add an invaluable 55, to help Scorpions eke out a three-run first-innings lead.Cottrell was the more aggressive, striking the top score of 37 with a four and three sixes, while Jacobs finished on 15 not out.Off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall was the best bowler with five for 74, while seamers Jeremiah Louis (2-16) and Gavin Tonge (2-27) finished with two wickets apiece.Hodge then gathered an attractive 62 to carry Hurricanes to the close on 124 for three – a lead of 121 at the end of the second day.They started poorly, however, losing Sherwin Peters for six at 24 for one, but Hodge then anchored two stands to consolidate the innings.He put on 40 for the second wicket with Trinidadian import Daron Cruickshank, a partnership which took Hurricanes to tea at 54 for one.Cruikshank made 20 before perishing in the fourth over following the resumption.Hodge then joined Jamaican Nkrumah Bonner (18) to put on a further 47 for the third wicket before Bonner fell lbw to leg-spinner Jacobs near the close.
Still in its infancy with only two stagings, the MoBay City Run 5K and 10K walk/run is being viewed as a major sports tourism calendar event in the resort city of Montego Bay.With its growing popularity, the event has been attracting good corporate support and an increasing number of participants.MoBay City Run Three – which is set for May 1, on the 36th anniversary of Montego Bay being declared a city – was launched at the Holiday Inn Resort on March 8 with an impressive line-up of sponsors.Courts and two of its subsidiaries have committed $1 million in support, while Solo Jamaica has pledged $500,000 and the Montego Bay Chapter of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association gave its endorsement with a donation of $50,000. Also giving strong support to the event are Sandals, ATL, Holiday Inn and Jet Blue, among other sponsors.The Courts million-dollar sponsorship will include gifts of TV sets, exercise equipment and a Sony music system. And with some 3,000 participants expected for the MoBay City Run, JetBlue will be giving four airline tickets to the first male and female winners for both the 10k and 5K runs.Additionally, MoBay City Run will give $10,000 each to the male and female winners of the 10K race, while the respective winners of the 5K run will each collect $7,000 cash.The event targets corporate involvement and there is a trophy for the largest corporate team, plus prizes of JetBlue airline tickets, appliances, vacation at participating hotels and others.Delivering opening remarks at the launch, logistics coordinator, Nicole Allen, said: “The synergy that MoBay City Run engenders must continue the process of integrating all social classes in this powerful and strong growth corridor.”ASSISTING HUNDREDSShe described the two-year-old event as not just good and necessary because the proceeds assist hundreds of tertiary students with their education, “but it unifies us as Montegonians, breaking down the barriers of social class, station or political affiliation”.Noting that Montego Bay has been rated as the ninth most popular destination for American tourists over the last three years, Allen added: “MoBay City Run has become the calendar sporting event in the tourist landscape.”The 2015 staging saw the participation of many overseas runners, which is being encouraged with backing from the Jamaica Tourist Board.Allen said by 2020, the MoBay City Run aims to include on its calendar of events, a half marathon on par with Jamaica’s Reggae Marathon and those of Miami, Chicago or New York.”It is for that reason that MoBay City Run saw it fit and necessary to engage the professionalism of Mr Alfred ‘Frano’ Francis of Running Events Jamaica Ltd to help us achieve our mission,” she disclosed.
They were originally advised by the Jamaica Athletics Administrative Association (JAAA) that they would be able to secure their Chinese visas from any Chinese embassy in the world. The group, which started arriving in Japan yesterday, will now receive their documents for China through the Japanese government. Fraser-Pryce is expected to arrive in Japan by tomorrow. “That issue had to do with some visa issues in Europe. Visas for China will now be obtained in Japan. MVP is, of course, based in Italy at this time of the year and they (Italian officials) wouldn’t issue visas to China for non-Italians there,” Watts explained. “The Japanese foreign ministry has made arrangements with the Chinese embassy so they can secure the visas within a day or two after arriving here.” MVP president Bruce James further explained. “The only reason why everyone isn’t already in Japan is because we thought we could get the Chinese visas from Italy. The JAAA advised us that we could get the visas for China there and again confirmed even after (Chinese Embassy in) Milan said no,” said James. “Once we got all the athletes, (MVP assistant manager) Aundre Edwards went twice (to the Chinese Embassy in Italy) and the second time that he went, they said they couldn’t do it for non-Italians, so the decision was to fly into Japan and get the visas there.” James also noted that the difficulty since then, has been to get earlier flights into Japan, which best accommodate the large group. O’Dayne Richards and Jonia McDonald are already in Japan, with several others expected to arrive in Japan early tomorrow (Japan time). “Getting in there is another challenge because, as you know, there are a lot of them – 15 athletes, coaches, managers, massage therapists – but everyone will be in Japan this week,” added James. “We speak every day to the JAAA and they know the schedule and are making arrangements to pick them up and so on, so it’s working well,” said James. Reason for the delay Sprint king Usain Bolt is expected to arrive in Tottori, Japan, within two days, while Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, Kaliese Spencer, Elaine Thompson and the majority of the MVP Track Club athletes selected to represent Jamaica at the World Championships are also yet to arrive, due to visa issues. Speaking from the team’s hotel in the Japan prefecture of Tottori, where Jamaica’s athletes are staging a pre-World Championships training camp, team manager Ludlow Watts told Gleaner Athletics that he is expecting the triple world record holder Bolt to join the group within two days. Watts also admitted that not having all 53 athletes selected to represent the country in camp, some five days after they arrived in Japan, was somewhat of a concern for the technical staff. “I would have to say ‘Yes, it affects us’, because if you have everyone together, you would be able to do everything together, but if you don’t have everyone, it means that you would not get the maximum out of the whole plans for the camp,” said Watts. “Bolt? We expect him (to arrive in Japan) shortly. I cannot be sure (when exactly he will arrive), but he should be here within two days,” Watts said. The 15-strong MVP group, which also consists of experienced campaigner Nesta Carter, along with the likes of Janieve Russell, Stephenie-Ann McPherson, Julian Forte and Rusheen McDonald, were not able to travel to Japan because of difficulties in obtaining their visas for China, from their European base in Lignano, Italy.
Vauxhall High school’s Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/Flow Manning Cup football coach, Keon Broderick remains buoyed by the East Kingston school’s gutsy performances so far this season, and believes that with focus and discipline a second-round berth is certain. The Vauxhall team has been no pushover so far, with their latest, and biggest win over Spanish Town High on Saturday (4-0), at the Vauxhall field, satisfying their loud supporters. “I am feeling very good. We base our team off getting clean sheets and being well organised defensively, and they did just that. Once the boys remain disciplined tactically, and also off the field, I am sure we will get enough points to reach the second round,” he told The Gleaner. The win took Vauxhall to a table-topping 16 points from seven games, while Jonathan Grant is a close 15 from their six matches. UNDERESTIMATING US “We feel very good. One thing for sure, that is what we want, we want people to underestimate us because we know exactly what we have and once you underestimate us you are going to come out sorry for us and, then they will see exactly what we have,” he outlined Saturday when asked if his team is a football minnow. Former champions Excelsior High also fell 2-0 to the current Group F front runners, in a game played at Vauxhall. Admitting his team is Group F underdogs, Broderick notes they will be looking to remain disciplined and try to peak at the right time. “We can get much better, because in the preparation phase of the season we lost about two weeks and so we are not at 100 per cent like we wanted to be. Definitely as the season goes along I am sure we will get better, ” he stressed.
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AMATEUR COMPETITION In the amateur competition, Jermaine Case beat Orville Mattherson 4-6, 6-4, 10-5. The open competition continued last evening with Johnson taking on Gregory Spencer, Miller matching skills against Stefan Wilson and Migoko up against Phillpots. In amateur action, Leighton Burton played Pawan Bhushan, Stephen Todd went head to head with Marlon Hosang and Scott Jones battled Sproul. The 2016 Liguanea Club Tennis Tournament will run straight through until Friday. In addition to Total and UHY Dawgen, tournament sponsors include Avis, Lifespan, KLAS ESPN Sports FM, Epic Technologies and Cari-Med. KINGSTON: Jamaica’s top-ranked tennis players are challenging for top honours in the 2016 Liguanea Club Tennis Tournament, which kicked off on Monday night at the Liguanea Club in New Kingston. Reigning national men’s champion and number one seed Damion Johnson is favoured to win the competition, in which 32 players are battling for top honours. However, the number two seed, Dwayne Pagon, also has a good chance of taking the title. Jeremy Miller and Yussuf Migoko, who are seeded third and fourth, respectively, are also in contention and either player could upset the pecking order. In the amateur competition, reigning national class two champion Leighton Burton, is tipped for the win, but Stephen Todd, Scott Jones and Rafael Romero are also strong contenders. For this year’s tournament, leading petroleum products dealers Total and UHY Dawgen Chartered Accountants have come on board as headline sponsors. “We have strong sponsorship support and very competitive draws in both the open and the amateur competitions, so we expect to have an excellent tournament and a week of exciting tennis,” said tournament director Llockett McGregor. In early-round action in the open draw on Monday night, Carlos Phillpots beat Myles Harrison 6-2, 6-3, Mivkel Riley defeated Alric Sproul 6-2, 6-1 and John Azar stopped Daniel Hill 6-3, 6-2.