Guyana thump Suriname in Motosur battle of the Guianas

first_imgGUYANA thumped Suriname on Sunday in the outlaw class of the Suriname Motor Racing Association’s (MOTOSUR) battle of the Guianas. Azrudeen Mohammed and his Nissan GTR ruled the drag strip, beating off that country’s main competitor, A Chevrolet Nova.The much-anticipated hype tied to the event had an anticlimactic end as the Surinamese car jumped the line and was disqualified for a false start, leaving the Guyanese dragster an easy win.However, in a grudge match later that evening, the two re-ran the race to see the fastest car; the GTR putting down a time of 8.4 seconds as against the Nova’s 8.5.From the launch, the Nova had the lead up until halfway of the strip where the GTR subsequently caught it before registering a photo finish.Meanwhile, Shawn Persaud (Toyota Caldina) won the 11-sec class while Sanjay Persaud (Mazda RX-7) and Peter Daby each got into the semi-final of their respective classes.Randell Daby (Toyota Supra) won the 10-sec class with split second finishes.The Guyanese were welcomed by the Surinamese with open arms which led to a hassle-free day which started promptly.last_img read more

Update on the latest sports

first_imgDERBY, England (AP) — A British superbike rider has died after being involved in a collision with another bike at an event on the Donington Park track in central England Sunday.Organizers of the No Limits Trackday event say Ben Godfrey died from the injuries he suffered from falling from his bike. Godfrey was 25 and raced in the British Superbike Championship.The No Limits Trackdays director described Godfrey as “a fantastic young man” and said he was “friends with so many people in the paddock, he was always smiling and had time for everyone.”OBIT-MAX TUERKFormer NFL, USC offensive lineman Max Tuerk dies at 26 UNDATED (AP) — Having secured a victory in the Belmont Stakes, Tiz the Law now faces an 11-week wait until the Kentucky Derby in a reconfigured Triple Crown series. In between, the bay colt who became the first New York-bred to win the Belmont since 1882 is being pointed toward the Travers on Aug. 8 in upstate New York, which is his home turf.Tiz the Law has five wins in six career starts by an average of 19 1/4 lengths. His only loss came at Churchill Downs last year, and he’ll get a chance to avenge it over the same track in the Kentucky Derby on Sept. 5.SANTA ANITA-FATALITIESHorse injured, euthanized after race at Santa AnitaARCADIA, Calif. (AP) — A horse injured after crossing the finish line of a race at Santa Anita has been euthanized, making it the 15th fatality at the track since late December. LOS ANGELES (AP) — Max Tuerk, an All-America offensive lineman at Southern California who was drafted by the Chargers, has died. He was 26. USC announced his death on Twitter, but did not say when Tuerk died or provide a cause of death. Tuerk played for the Trojans from 2012-15.He was a freshman All-American and an All-Pac-12 first-team selection in 2014.As a three-year starter, he played under three head coaches — Lane Kiffin, Steve Sarkisian and Clay Helton. He was taken by the Chargers in the 2016 NFL draft, and played one game for the Arizona Cardinals before being cut in 2018. LONDON (AP) — Six-time Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton plans to set up a commission to increase diversity in motorsport.The Mercedes driver said the aim of the Hamilton Commission would be to make the sport “become as diverse as the complex and multicultural world we live in.”Hamilton is the only Black world champion in F1. He has spoken widely about racism since the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis last month.Writing in British newspaper The Sunday Times, Hamilton said it would be a research partnership dedicated to exploring how motorsport can be used as a vehicle to “engage more young people from Black backgrounds with science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects and, ultimately, employ them on our teams or in other engineering sectors.”VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTS Dynamo Moscow reports coronavirus cases, game postponedUNDATED (AP) — Tennis player Grigor Dimitrov (GREE’-gohr DIH’-mih-trahv) says he has tested positive for COVID-19.His announcement led to the cancellation of an exhibition event in Croatia where Novak Djokovic (NOH’-vak JOH’-kuh-vich) was scheduled to play Sunday.Dimitrov is ranked No. 19 and a three-time Grand Slam semifinalist. He is the highest-profile current player to say he has the virus. His announcement on his Instagram page comes at the end of a week when the U.S. Open said it would go forward. The professional tennis tours have been suspended since March and are planning to resume in August.In other sports affected by the coronavirus pandemic: — There’s been a setback in the Russian soccer league’s restart this weekend. Dynamo Moscow postponed its game Sunday after three of its players tested positive for the coronavirus. It’s the second game to be disrupted by the coronavirus since the Russian league restarted Friday after a three-month pause.— Newcastle beat 10-man Sheffield United 3-0 in the Premier League to virtually guarantee its top-flight status for another year and make the club an even more attractive option for its controversial potential buyers. The win at an empty St. James’ Park lifted Newcastle to 38 points and 11 clear of the relegation zone. The future of Newcastle has been one of the big talking points during soccer’s three-month shutdown. League officials are deciding whether to approve a takeover of the northeast club by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign fund. Elsewhere in the Premier League, Chelsea rallied to beat Aston Villa 2-1. Chelsea strengthened its hold on fourth place and is five points clear of fifth-place Manchester United.— Two-time major champion So Yeon Ryu (soh yahn yoo) closed with an even-par 72 to win the Korea Women’s Open in her first tournament in four months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ryu won for the first time since the Japan Women’s Open in 2018, and it was her first victory on the Korea LPGA since 2015. Upon winning, Ryu offered her entire prize money of just over $200,000 for coronavirus relief funds.TRIPLE CROWN-WHAT’S NEXTBelmont winner Tiz the Law eyes ambitious summer schedule Update on the latest sports It was hardly an ordinary race day at Talladega Superspeedway, even before the lousy weather. The normal hordes of partying fans were nowhere to be seen.The Confederate flags were harder to find, too — except for a plane circling above the track with the message “Defund NASCAR” trailing behind the flag. It was a double whammy of change for the Cup series race.The Confederate flags that once flew openly around the infield and stands are now banned. NASCAR hasn’t disclosed how it will handle fans flying flags. F1-HAMILTON-DIVERSITYF1 star Hamilton to set up commission to increase diversity HILTON HEAD IASLAND, S.C. (AP) — Webb Simpson celebrated another victory on Father’s Day, this time with a tartan jacket instead of a U.S. Open trophy.In a wild sprint to the finish after a three-hour storm delay, Simpson ran off five birdies in a six-hole stretch on the back nine at Harbour Town and closed with a 7-under 64 for a one-shot victory over Abraham Ancer.Simpson won the U.S. Open at Olympic Club in 2012. The U.S. Open has been scheduled to end on Father’s Day every year since 1976, but it was moved to September this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.The RBC Heritage filled the spot on the schedule and Simpson, now a father of five, became a winner for the second time this year with a record score at Harbour Town.He didn’t have much of a choice with so many low scores on a soft course with little wind. He finished at 22-under 262, breaking by two the tournament record set by Brian Gay in 2009. The executive committee of the players’ association was set to vote and reject MLB’s latest offer for a 60-game season on Sunday.Manfred said in an email obtained by The Associated Press that he really believes they are fighting over an impossibility on games. Manfred’s email said that the earliest they’ll be ready for players to report is a week from Monday, given the need to relocate teams from Florida. That leaves 66 days to play 60 games. Manfred added that “Realistically, that is the outside of the envelope now”.Players want 70 games and $275 million more than teams are offering. They are worried that if a resurgence of the new coronavirus causes the 2020 season to be cut short, the deal being negotiated would lock in innovations for 2021 and lessen the union’s bargaining power.PGA-RBC HERITAGESimpson celebrates a Father’s Day win at Harbour Town NASCAR-TALLADEGAWeather delays NASCAR race at TalladegaTALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) — Thunderstorms Sunday forced NASCAR to postpone the Cup Series race at Talladega Superspeedway that was to mark the return of more fans to the track. The race, which was pushed back to 2 p.m. CDT on Monday, is the first amid the coronavirus pandemic in which NASCAR opened the gates for up to 5,000 fans.The event was stopped several times for more than three hours of total delays.The race is the ninth for the elite Cup Series since the May 17 resumption, and restrictions are gradually being lifted. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-MLBBalk in baseball coronavirus talks as negotiations drag onNEW YORK (AP) — An email from Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred to union head Tony Clark led to a balk in the drawn-out talks to start the pandemic-delayed season, which now won’t begin by July 19. Associated Press Strictly Biz, a 4-year-old colt, fractured his right knee while galloping past the finish of the sixth race Saturday. The attending veterinarian determined it was an unrecoverable injury.Ridden by Jose Valdivia Jr., Strictly Biz finished sixth among eight horses in the $51,000 race on the turf. Trained by Brian Koriner and owned by Jay Em Ess Stable, the colt had one win in four career starts and earnings of $29,000, according to Equibase.The California track’s spring-summer meet ends Sunday.BRITAIN-SUPERBIKERIDER DIESBritish superbike rider dies after crash at English track June 21, 2020last_img read more

Giants left tackle Nate Solder opts out of 2020 NFL season

first_imgGiants left tackle Nate Solder opts out of 2020 NFL season Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — New York Giants left tackle Nate Solder has opted out of the 2020 NFL season because of the coronavirus pandemic.Solder, who started every game for the Giants the past two seasons, announced his decision on Twitter on Wednesday, citing his son’s ongoing fight with cancer, the recent birth of a baby boy and his own history with cancer.Under the agreement reached last week between the NFL and the players’ union, players can choose not to play in 2020 without penalty. The opt-out is irrevocable. Solder said he made the decision “to pause this season” after much praying. He will earn $350,000 this season as a high-risk opt out. The 32-year-old was scheduled to make $6.5 million under the four-year, $62 million contract he signed in 2018 after leaving the New England Patriots as a free agent. The deal will now run through 2022.The decision is expected to give the Giants $16.5 million in salary cap space. “Our family has health concerns, most notably our son’s ongoing battle with cancer, as well as my own bout with cancer,” Solder wrote. “We also welcomed a new addition to our family this spring, a baby boy. With fear and trembling, we struggle to keep our priorities in order and, for us, our children’s health and the health of our neighbors comes before football.” The Giants drafted tackle Andrew Thomas of Georgia with the fourth pick overall in the recent draft. He probably will replace Solder at left tackle. Veteran Cam Fleming, who was signed as a free agent in the offseason, and Nick Gates, who is entering his third season, probably will complete for the right tackle spot.___center_img July 29, 2020 More AP NFL: and read more

Ryan confident short turnaround won’t hamper play

first_imgThe Premier played – and beat – Clare last Sunday and take on Kilkenny at Semple Stadium on Saturday evening.It’s their first meeting with the Cats since last year’s All-Ireland Final victory.The Tipp manager knows he’ll have to shuffle his pack for the match… And Tipp FM will have full live coverage of this Saturday’s game in association with Donal Ryan Motor Group Nenagh, Thurles and Roscrea and Arrabawn Store, Nenagh.last_img

Shorthanded Caps Lose in Shootout

first_imgOn the last two Saturday night’s the Washington Capitals have raced out to 2-0 first period leads and on both occassions, they’ve ended up losing the game. This time, at least they weren’t defeated until the gimmick, losing to the New Jersey Devils, 3-2, when David Clarkson beat Michal Neuvirth (17 saves) in the fourth round. Troy Brouwer and Jason Chimera tallied for the Caps in the first period but then the Devils got goals from Petr Sykora and Ryan Carter in the middle frame. After a scoreless third period and overtime the teams went to the shootout where Alexander Ovechkin and Zach Parise tallied before Clarkson’s game winner. The defeat drops the Caps to 10-4-1 (21 points).Here are the highlights, quotes, and analysis of a contest that was not easy to watch:– The shots on goal total in this one was 19-17 in favor of New Jersey. A combination of things conspired to make this a non-aesthetically pleasing tilt. First, the bad Verizon Center ice which was rough due to a concert on Friday night then a Georgetown basketball game on Saturday afternoon. Second, both teams played each other the night before in Newark and with the Capitals shortening their bench on Friday due to Mike Green’s injury and Alexander Semin and Cody Eakin’s benching they were tired. What added to the fatigue was the fact that Green couldn’t play and d-man John Erskine’s shoulder acted up, forcing him out as well. With Jeff Schultz back in on defense, Caps Coach Bruce Boudreau chose to move Brooks Laich to defense to get six warm bodies on the blue line. That put Mathieu Perreault back in the lineup up front. But #85 had no jump and actually lost a key faceoff that put the Devils back in the game. As a result, he along with a fading Cody Eakin, didn’t skate in period three either (both had just over five minutes of ice time in this game). In addition, defensemen Roman Hamrlik left in period two with an undisclosed injury and did not return. Third, the Devils are very good at blocking shots but Washington was just out of sync for most of this game. Finally, throw in some poor officiating (Brian Pochmara, Mike Hasenfratz) and you had a recipe for bad hockey.“I was starting to get a little tuckered at the end, but I think that when stuff like that happens when there’s injuries you just have to try to not push it too much, try not to get out of position, try not to get caught and conserve where you can. That’s a team that, no matter what, keeps on coming. Even if we got that third one, they would still be coming. They never give up,” said Caps d-man Dennis Wideman on the role of fatigue in the Caps defeat.– The Caps came out fast in this one getting nine shots in the first 16 minutes (h/t @TedStarkey). They were skating well and going to the net early on. Chimera’s tally went in off of his shin pad on a John Carlson point blast while Brouwer stole the puck from Adam Henrique and scored on a breakaway. After that it seemed like Washington’s skates were being sponsored by a cinder block company because they looked really slow and for nearly 21 minutes between periods two and three they didn’t even have a shot on net! Late in regulation they started getting it together but old Caps nemesis Johan Hedberg (15 saves) robbed Brouwer and Jeff Halpern in the third period and then stoned an all alone Wideman from 20 feet out in overtime. The “Moose” was a big reason the Devils left town with the two points.“It’s a double-edged sword.  Will you take a point? Yes. When you have a 2-0 lead, will you take a point? No. The goals that they scored were mistakes on our part. If we wouldn’t make those mistakes, it probably would have been a 2-0 game,” said Boudreau on Saturday’s result.– Both the Caps and the Devils went 0 for 5 on the power play, although Chimera’s goal came right as Anton Volchenkov’s penalty was expiring. New Jersey’s power play looked better getting six shots on goal to Washington’s four. The Caps struggled to get set up with the man advantage and with Laich on the right point instead of Green, things just aren’t the same. Hopefully #52, who is listed as day to day, is back on Tuesday for the game in Nashville. If he can’t go and either (or both) Hamrlik and Erskine are out, Washington could recall 2009 2nd round draft pick Dmity Orlov from Hershey. The young puck rushing blue liner would certainly help the offense and the power play, but he is clearly still learning how to play defense in the North American game. The other left handed defense option from Hershey would be Patrick McNeill.– Semin, in my opinion, didn’t respond too well to his benching on Friday night. #28 had one shot on net and no hits. He took another minor penalty and continued to not move his feet and shy away from contact. In the gimmick, he fumbled the biscuit and didn’t even get a shot off. I’ve seen enough in his time with Washington to see that things just aren’t going to change and General Manager George McPhee might be wise to just move him now since he is an unrestricted free agent after the season. Bottom line is I can’t see the Caps winning a Stanley Cup with the inconsistent winger on their roster. Boudreau wasn’t publicly harsh on him afterwards, but if he was unhappy with him, I doubt he’d say anything to diminish any trade value Semin might have.“I thought he tried really hard. I mean, he got a penalty early, he went for the puck. That wasn’t a lazy penalty… I thought his effort overall, he tried really hard and he was engaged in the game,” said Boudreau on Semin’s performance in the loss.– Neuvirth made some very good saves in this contest and can’t be faulted on either tally. He was very sound in his positioning, which helped him rob Sykora up high in tight in period one. He got beat by some nice moves in the shootout but overall was one of the better Capitals in this game.– Ovechkin had a mixed bag of a night. He was skating hard and was a physical force on the ice (11 hits). However, he was terrible with the puck trying too many curl and drag moves instead of just firing the biscuit on net or getting it deep. Volchenkov did a nice job on the Gr8 in this tilt.“I have opportunities to shoot the puck and score, but sometimes I make it too quick and make not good decisions. My job is to score goals, not to make hits. The second period I had probably three chances to score but I didn’t do the right thing,” said Oveckhin when asked to assess his play.– So the Capitals get a point but they should’ve put this game away early in the second period. Now they head to the road for three games starting in Music City at 8pm on Tuesday against the Predators. Nashville is a gritty, grind out it out club that has super goaltending (Pekka Rinne). Coach Barry Trotz is one of the best coaches in the NHL so the Caps will have to play a lot better than they did this week if they want to get two points.Notes: I wouldn’t be surprised if Eakin is sent back to Hershey, he looks overmatched right now and playing five minutes a game is not helping his development. I’d like to see Chris Bourque brought up if a forward is needed…Wideman logged 33:52 of ice time to lead all players. Carlson played 26:50 and Karl Alzner 23:34. Laich played over 23 minutes, including time at forward on the penalty kill. Hamrlik played 9:44 before leaving due to an injury that Boudreau said was caused by a New Jersey cross check (h/t Katie Carrera of The Washington Post)…Mike Knuble only played 12:04 and seems to be in the Boudreau dog house too…the Caps won the faceoff battle 35-33.last_img read more

CAFCC: Kotoko qualification in jeopardy after draw with Al Hilal

first_imgKumasi Asante Kotoko’s quest to qualify to the quarter finals of the CAF Confederation Cup has hit a snag following a disappointing 1-1 draw with Sudanese Champions Al Hilal.After Nkana FC beat fellow Zambians Zesco United 3-0 in the other group game, a straight win for the Porcupine Warriors would have guaranteed them passage into the last 8.But Waleed Bikhet’s first half strike put the Sudanese ahead before a late equalizer from Songne Yacouba left Kotoko needing to beat Zesco away in the last group game to secure qualification.Al Hilal had the first chance of the game through a corner but Omer Abdalla could only put his header wide.Mohammed Musa Eldai then clashed with Felix Annan and the Kotoko keeper appeared injured in the process but after treatment, he was good to continue.A minute later, Wahab Adams rose highest to plant a header to the far post from a Daniel Darkwa corner kick at the other end. The former Aduana Stars captain injured himself in the process and played the rest of the game with a cotton wool in his nostril.Emmanuel Gyamfi, who had made a quick recovery from injury to start the game, played in Abdul Fatawu Safiu; the latter’s sweeping ball across the face of the Hilal goal was inviting but no Kotoko player was there to connect.Hilal were dangerous every time they went forward. Atahir El Tahir and and Musa El Dai combined beautifully before the former sent his effort into the side net, much to the relief of the 30,000 partisan crowd inside the Baba Yara.The first 30 mins proved difficult for CK Akonnor’s men who struggled to break down a very well organised Al Hilal side.  Kotoko’s attackers, Songne Yacouba and Abdul Fatawu were starved of service as Al Hilal overpowered the midfield.The wingers, Emmanuel Gyamfi and Martin Antwi combined for just one crosses into the Hilal box in the first half as Hilal doubled up on them every time they had possession.Tactically, Hilal were superior. Having held Zesco United to a 1-1 draw a week prior with 10 men, the tactical intelligence of the Sudanese champions wasn’t exactly surprising.Just after the half hour mark, the Sudanese were ahead after a moment of brilliant play. And you can’t say they did not deserve it. Captain Abdel Latif Saeed’s delightful cross from the left hand side found Waleed Bikhet unmarked in the box and he guided his header past Felix Annan.Bikhet, who also scored the winner against Kotoko in the teams’ first encounter, showed great movement in the box to find himself free.Songne Yacouba collects the ball after scoring Kotoko’s equalizerOn 40th minute, Kotoko had their clearest chance to equalize. After Martin Antwi’s cross was spilled by Hilal’s keeper Salim Magoola, the ball fell to Emmanuel Gyamfi but the former Wa All Stars speedster sent his effort over the bar from 5 yards out.Akonnor had his head in his hands in disbelief, and so did everyone else in the stadium.That was to be Antwi’s last contribution of the game. Akonnor, who had been frustrated with his play all afternoon and remonstrated accordingly, brought in Obed Owusu to replace the former WAFA captain as the first half came to an end.Kotoko started the second half with more intensity but it took them 15 minutes to come close to scoring. Abdul Fatawu’s free-kick from 45 yards out bounced off the top of the crossbar with Magoola beaten.Moments later, Abdul Fatawu hit the upright from another free-kick, this time from the right hand side.It was now becoming evident that Kotoko were most dangerous on the set pieces.Emmanuel Gyamfi’s decision making was then questioned when he opted for a wayward cross from inside the box when a sumptuous cut-in from the right had set him up for a shot instead.As Kotoko went desperately in search of the equalizer, Hilal broke free on the counter and Bikhet found himself one on one with Annan. But his powerful drive was tipped over the bar by the Kotoko shot-stopper.Akonnor brought on the experienced Daniel Nii Adjei for the ineffective Kwame Bonsu and Stephen Nyarko replaced Daniel Darkwa as Kotoko looked to seize control of the midfield.On 84 minute, Kotoko felt they should have been awarded a penalty when Gyamfi went down in the area following a challenge. But referee Tessema Weyesa waved play on, much to the dismay of a cross section of the Kotoko fans who started to hurl missiles onto the pitch.Asante Kotoko vs Al HilalThe security rushed to calm the situation.When play resumed, Kotoko got their equalizer; Gyamfi finding Yacouba at the far post to nod in his header. There was a hint of offside but the Hilal players’ protests went to deaf ears. Kotoko were level as the Baba Yara crowd erupted.The Porcupine Warriors pushed men forward in search of the winner, but it was too late and Hilal held on for their second away point in the group, the only team to do so in this group.Kotoko with 7 points, will now need to beat already eliminated Zesco United to secure qualification while a draw at home to Nkana could be enough to give Hilal qualification.–Fentuo Tahiru/ read more

MLB trade rumors: Angels checking on Noah Syndergaard, Trevor Bauer

first_imgAngels, in the Wild Card race now, have checked in on every possible starting pitcher — Syndergaard, Bauer, etc. With a rebuilt farm they have the pieces for most, though their position 4 games out in WC derby means they might be more careful about future than some.— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) July 26, 2019Four games out of the second wild-card spot in the American League and lagging behind some of the best teams in baseball, the addition of either of these players at the cost of a guy like outfielder Jo Adell — the No. 4 prospect in baseball, according to MLB Pipeline — may not be a good idea.This also has a bit of a ripple effect on the hitter market as well.Kole Calhoun has one year left on his deal with a club option for 2020 which makes him an attractive piece on the market. The outfielder could be the best position player available if the Angels decide to sell, but according to this report, it doesn’t look like that’s the plan. MLB trade rumors: What are the second moves Cubs, Red Sox, Yankees could make before deadline? The Angels don’t look like they’re planning on selling.Los Angeles has checked in with the Mets on Noah Syndergaard and the Indians on Trevor Bauer, according to MLB Network’s Jon Heyman. MLB trade rumors: Dodgers, Braves showing ‘serious interest’ in Royals reliever Jake Diekman MLB trade rumors: Nationals eyeing Jays relievers Ken Giles, Daniel Hudson The Yankees, Astros, Braves and Dodgers have all reportedly contacted the Mets and Indians on either one or both of these pitchers as well.The Angels have built up their farm system well in recent years after it was one of the worst in MLB in the mid-2010s, but the question remains if they’ll give up any of their top prospects to get these pitchers. Related Newslast_img read more

Faris Efendić will continue his career in Hungary

first_imgFormer goalkeeper of Željezničar, Sarajevo, Čelik, Olimpic, Velež, Trier, Norwegian Alta, and Goražde, Faris Efendić should initialize the contract with Hungarian team Putnok VSE.Putnok VSE is a Hungarian team of Second League who has a new owner and much bigger ambitions.Efendić’s contract will last for 18 months.last_img

Zoran Milutinović is the new player of FC Rudar Prijedor

first_imgFootball club ‘Rudar’ from Prijedor got yet another reinforcement, former player of Rudar, Zoran Milutinović who used to play for Slavia Prague has returned, and he will stay in Rudar until summer in order to improve the game of Rudar with his experience.Milutinović said that he’s glad to have returned to his first club, and added that he wants to help in realizing the club’s ambitions of the season. He noted that he has a contract until the end of season, but the continuation of cooperation might also happen.Milutinović was born in 1988, and has played on several positions for different teams such as Laktaši, Pribram, Aluminijum and Hlučin from the Czech Republic.He’ll play on 30 March in the match of Rudar against Leotar in Trebinje.last_img

Juanmi lives a time trial after six months without playing

first_imgLaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 25, 2020 Betis looked for more stuck with his arrival in summer after a past campaign in which he lacked effectiveness against the rival goal. Fate, however, became estranged regarding what was expected: Borja Iglesias, the strongest bet to solve that problem, hardly left flashes and their numbers they are not at the moment a reflection of that financial effort of the club, while Juanmi, which cost eight million euros, could not enjoy of no regularity due to his ailments. The scene of the attack reopens for next summer, with Loren as the only weapon that he did exploit his qualities so far this year. Juanmi Jiménez arrived at Betis on last summer like one of the firm club bets for reinforcing their attack and so far the physical problems were a lethal conditioning in his eagerness to render in Heliopolis. Malaga striker only played 75 minutes verdiblanco officers and hopes this forced stop of the championship allows you to have options return on time for the final league sprint. Their spur discomfort He was not even allowed to be discharged yet, and now he continues with a particular training program aimed at preparing him for the hypothetical return of football in a few weeks.center_img Rubi improvised solutions in your team since the end of September Juanmi fell from his deck. More than six months have passed since he played his last minutes before Osasuna (September 20 of last year) and now a new panorama opens so that your campaign does not end here. The ex Malaga and Real Sociedad I had added regularity in their teams previous and wanted to give a qualitative leap to his career at the hands of the Verdiblanco team, although for the moment his growth has been slowed down under these physical conditions.last_img read more