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?