LaLiga 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. 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.
Luis Enrique: “I called him Harry Potter. You are Harry Potter with the wand, I would tell him. You are going to do what you want when you want and how you want. The luck in the World Cup final is that the ball fell to Harry Potter. No He had two eyes but four. Two behind and two in front. He knew who was behind and from which side he was going to come. “Buffon: “He is an illusionist. He played a different game than the rest. He had an elegance in victory, this normality, this simplicity, which makes you say, it is fair that he win another thousand games because he deserves it.”Xavi: “He is the greatest Spanish talent I have ever seen. That relationship for time when the player waits and dribbles is wonderful. He waits for you until the end. These are the footballers who make the difference. In the World Cup final we are risking our lives and he does a heel in the 116th minute. Imagine what Andrés is like. Well, hey. A heel. He is like that. “Neymar: “Iniesta is a magician. He did different things. There will be no other like him. It was very easy to have Andrés there. I knew that if the ball passed him he could make a move towards goal because he was going to receive the ball.”Ursicinio López, Iniesta coach in the lower categories of Barça: “This does not need an instruction book. Will only”.Ter Stegen: “When you finish your career with the whole stadium on your feet this already means that you are a very big person.”Paco Seirul.lo, Barcelona physical trainer: “Dance tap dance and dance modern, fine and hard”.Santiago Segurola, journalist. “For me he is a dancer, the best soccer dancer I have ever seen.” Andrés Iniesta’s football is different from the others. Coaches, teammates and rivals agree on this and this is also shown The unexpected hero, the documentary that Rakuten TV premieres today on the figure of the footballer from Fuentealbilla. A tape that has the seal in the construction of the story of the journalist Marcos López, who in February advanced to AS who had managed to surprise Iniesta himself.The unexpected hero, who recounts his journey from Albacete to his new life in Japan and deepens the depression of Iniesta in 2009 after the Iniestazo at Stamford Bridge and the death of his friend Dani Jarque, It also shows the particular vision that footballers have of him and his way of interpreting the game..Here are some of the most outstanding definitions of Andrés Iniesta and his football.Eto’o: “You can put the ball as you want Iniesta to do the control he wants. It was amazing! Even the great Ronaldinho sometimes you could see him fail, but the very bastard Andrés makes you control with any ball. I asked him. Baby, how do you do it?Pep Guardiola: “As a player I skied. He did not touch the ball, he was accompanying him. That feeling is unique. “Messi: “He is a very normal person who always goes straight and that makes him so dear. A special person as a player and as a person. How lucky Andrés is that he has to make these goals at the most desired moments! Unique. Every player would like to make the goals he made. “
Despite contrasting results en route to today’s Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/FLOW Walker Cup final and vastly different playing styles, attack-minded St George’s College could be considered favourites to win a 10th title over a defensive-minded Wolmer’s Boys’, who are yet to score a goal after two games in normal and extra time of this season’s KO championship. The final at the Stadium East field is set for kick-off at 3 p.m. Admission is $300 for adults and $100 for children with school identification. In the quarter-final round, St George’s beat Excelsior 3-1, while Wolmer’s played to a 0-0 draw with Hydel High School and eventually won 5-4 on penalties. In the semi-final round, St George’s clipped St Jago High School 3-2, while Wolmer’s finished full and extra time 0-0 with Jamaica College (JC) then won 4-3 in a penalty shoot-out. Psychology could, however, play a major role in today’s outcome, considering Neville ‘Bertis’ Bell’s charges would have to get physically and mentally ready for this contest just four days after an exhaustive defeat to JC. Their bruising 1-0 loss in the Manning Cup final, which saw them failing to score for the first ime all season, could motivate an even more defensive approach by Wolmer’s today. Wolmer’s can take heart from the fact that they beat JC in their semi-final, who beat St George’s 1-0. MENTAL PREPARATION TROPHY HOPES Coach Vassell Reynold’s team, with two weeks’ rest, will no doubt be looking to end the season with a trophy, hopefully adding to their 2012 and 2013 Walker Cup wins with Ludlow Bernard, now at Kingston College. St George’s won the first Walker Cup in 1961 and are reigning title holders. With 13 of 54 titles shared between these two Corporate Area schools, St George’s come into today’s final as nine-time Walker Cup holders and Wolmer’s four.
Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Efren Uy leans back on his chair and stares at a projector screen inside the F2 Logistics office boardroom. This is how he first introduces the company to people who are not fully acquainted with the logistics industry—through a presentation of their company profile.ADVERTISEMENT “We will lack some key players, but we will be fine,” said head coach Ramil de Jesus.Uy brims with the same amount of confidence, pinning his hopes on former La Salle stars Aby Marano, skipper Cha Cruz, peerless setter Kim Fajardo and the ultra talented Ara Galang as the Cargo Movers hope for a repeat of their dramatic conquest of Petron in last year’s Finals.“That was such a memorable win,” said Uy. “We were already behind in Game 2, 0-9, and I remember some fans were already readying banners but we fought back and forced a fifth set. And then we won that fifth set and the momentum had already shifted to our side in Game 3.”More than the victory itself, Uy is appreciative of what the Cargo Movers have done for F2 Logistics as a company.“You know, after that win, people in the office started using that victory as an inspiration,” he said. “They keep telling themselves that if [the Cargo Movers] can do it, then nothing is impossible in work.”ADVERTISEMENT A few minutes into the presentation, the company’s vision are flashed on the screen: F2 Logistics wants to be faster. Better. Stronger. If that sounds familiar, it’s because it wings at the Olympic credo. And it figures. Uy, the company’s president and CEO is a sportsman.“I’ve always been involved in sports; I was an athlete when I was younger,” said Uy.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkAnd outside the business circles, inside the sporting arena, F2 Logistics is proving to be faster, better and stronger than the rest of the field in the Philippine Superliga.With already two titles in their trophy case, the Cargo Movers are more than equipped to defend their Grand Prix crown despite a bulk of their stars struck out of the roster while they’re on duty for La Salle in the UAAP. Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. 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Whether it’s delivering life-saving medicines on time to where it is needed to keeping supermarkets stocked with fresh produce, logistics and cargo giant, F2 Logistics delivers to the Filipino public providing them with their needs on a daily basis.But the Cargo Movers have done their share of pumping up the energy of the workforce with their smashing victories on court. And they provide inspiration elsewhere too.“Believe it or not, these girls volunteer for a lot of our outreach programs,” Uy revealed. “A lot of our players know what it is like to grow up amid hardships so some of the girls, like Abby and Cha, they really want to open doors for others and volunteer to do clinics for us for free.”In a way, the Cargo Movers are a perfect reflection of the company they represent. From its humble southern roots “where we started with three branches and just a handful of trucks,” F2 Logistics has grown to more than a thousand trucks nationwide, providing world class warehousing and logistics services.The Cargo Movers traced more or less the same route in the PSL. They began “just wanting to be competitive,” said Uy, hiring such standouts as Cha Cruz, Aby Marano and Paneng Mercado to lead the young team.But after a third-place finish in their first year, Uy felt he needed “to beef up the roster.” While shopping for added talents, Uy made a partnership the De La Salle volleyball squad, which did not have a company to back them up yet; “with an already established team and led by one of the best coaches in the Philippine scene, we always aim to be the best ” said Uy.And the rest is history. 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The City of Royesville in Lower Montserrado County now has its first high school, the US$250,000 Rebecca James Memorial High School, which was recently dedicated and turned over to the government. Presenting the keys of the school complex to representatives of the Ministry of Education, Liberia YMCA vice chairman for Finance, Abraham Samukai, expressed appreciation to the memory of the late Madam Rebecca James and for her contribution towards the children of Royesville.“The challenges of young people she may have experienced in Royesville owing to the lack of a high school led Madam James in doing what she has done for you all,” Mr. Samukai said. Receiving the keys, outgoing Deputy Education Minister for Instruction, Hawah Goll-Kotchi asked for a minute of silence in memory of Madam James and spoke highly of her worthwhile contribution to the people of Royesville. Madam Goll-Kotchi, through a family member, Momo Lee, thanked Madam James for dedicating her treasure so that the children of Royesville can be educated. It was also learned US$22,000 of the US$250, 000 (9%) came from Liberia YMCA, as a subsidy to the project. Minister Goll-Kotchie praised Liberia YMCA for the stewardship and results delivered on the project.Speaking to the challenges in the Liberian educational system, she told the gathering that the MOE will not accept volunteer teachers as the ministry wants qualified teachers, citing the mass failure in WAEC Exams. She reaffirmed government commitment to improving quality education in the country.Earlier, the National General Secretary of the Liberia YMCA, Mr. E. Edward Gboe, described the late Madam James as a true patriot. He praised the support of the MOE, the local leadership of Royesville and the international division of the US YMCA for the successful completion of the educational complex.He said it is good that Royesville now has a high school as many children upon completing junior high school in the township leave to attend schools either in Tubmanburg, Bomi County or Monrovia.Mr. Gboe put the cost of the facility and its associated management and legal fees at about US$250,000 with 9% (or US$22,000) of the total cost subsidized by Liberia YMCA.The Commissioner of Royesville, Edwin Mathies, thanked the YMCA for the construction of the school. “Statistics show that 57 percent of contracts given to Liberian firms are incomplete, but in the case of YMCA, you have completed 100 percent,” Commissioner Mathies said. He appealed to the MOE and Montserrado Electoral District #7 Representative, William Dikel, to assist the school with equipment and instructional materials. “The YMCA has done its part; now you must fulfill your duty on the tripartite agreement entered into by the YMCA, the MOE and the Township of Royesville. The YMCA has completed its part,” Commissioner Mathies said. In remarks, Rep. Dikel praised the Late Madam Rebecca James for her thoughtful consideration of Royesville, – adding, “Even through darker days, there are people who mean well.” He also thanked the elders and people of Royesville and the Parent Teacher Association of the School for their assistance in getting the school constructed and recommitted to advocate for projects, including support to the school, and allocations by the Legislature in the national budget.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
The likes of Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain have both been linked with the pair, as Spurs attempt to tie them down to new contracts.But Levy is adamant that the duo will not be allowed to leave White Hart Lane at the end of the season.“I’m 100 per cent confident. Every single player that we want to keep, I can assure you will be playing for Tottenham Hotspur next season,” Levy told Sky Sports News.As for Spurs bringing in reinforcements during the January transfer window, Levy appeared to play down the prospects of new recruits.He added: “Mauricio’s strategy has always been that if an opportunity arises that he thinks can improve the squad then we will need to look at it, but January is always a very difficult window.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000As for Spurs bringing in reinforcements during the January transfer window, Levy appeared to play down the prospects of new recruits.LONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 12 – Harry Kane and Dele Alli will still be at Tottenham next season after chairman Daniel Levy ruled out a summer sale of the club’s star duo.The English internationals continue to attract interest from clubs across Europe after developing into two of the Premier League’s stand-out players under boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Liverpool target Stephan El Shaarawy has committed his future to AC Milan after scoring a brace for the Italian giants in the mid-season friendly win over Real Madrid in Dubai.The Italy striker, 22, has been linked with a move to the Premier League and Arsenal and Manchester United have joined Brendan Rodgers’ side in the pursuit of the man nicknamed ‘The Pharaoh’.However, El Shaarawy has reiterated his desire to prolong his three-year stay at the San Siro club and help Filippo Inzaghi’s men qualify for Champions League football this term.The former Genoa and Padova hitman struck twice as Milan won 4-2 to end Madrid’s 22-match winning streak on Tuesday evening, and insisted he is happy at the Italian side.“I’ve already said, I’m staying at Milan and I want to do well,” El Shaarawy said.“The win was also very satisfying for the team, we confirmed that we’re doing well after the Roma and Napoli games. From the point of view of the game we did well. It was a great day for me.“We want to start the league well in 2015.” 1 Stephan El Shaarawy
Saul Niguez hit the net with a stunning strike at the Wanda Metropolitano before Costa made it two with an instinctive finish.Koke added a third late on to leave Lokomotiv with a mountain to climb next week.Costa has six goals in 12 appearances since moving to Atletico from Chelsea in January.“In the whole game we were superior,” Atletico coach Diego Simeone said.Security around the game was ramped up amid fears of a repeat of the fan violence that marred Athletic Bilbao’s match against Spartak Moscow a fortnight ago.Only around 500 Russian supporters were reported to have made the trip to the Spanish capital, however, and there was no visible sign of trouble before kick-off.Lokomotiv sit seven points clear at the top of the Russian Premier League but this is as far as the club has gone in Europe since reaching the Champions League last 16 in 2004.“In no way did I feel embarrassment for the team,” Lokomotiv coach Yuri Semin said.“We do not consider the tie lost.”Atletico, meanwhile, are rated as Europa League favourites with the bookmakers and, on this evidence, they will take some stopping.Lokomotiv managed only one shot on target in the 90 minutes.Both teams stood around the centre circle before kick-off as a minute that began in silence broke into applause in memory of Fiorentina defender Davide Astori, who died suddenly on Sunday.Atletico controlled possession early on but it took a thunderbolt from distance to break the deadlock.Saul picked the ball up 30 yards out and without a better option unleashed a left-footed shot that sailed into the top corner.They should have doubled their lead before half-time. Lokomotiv goalkeeper Guilherme rushed out and was robbed of the ball by Antoine Griezmann on the touchline. With the goal gaping, the Frenchman could only guide his long-range effort wide of the far post.Costa was more precise early in the second half, however, steering home the rebound after Griezmann had seen his close-range finish saved. Saul had provided the brilliant pass.Griezmann was taken off in the 66th minute and Costa followed eight minutes later.But there was still time for a third, when Koke burst into the box and prodded a shot into the corner.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Diego Costa proved too much for Lokomotiv Moscow’s Portuguese defenders © AFP / JAVIER SORIANOMADRID, Spain, Mar 8 – Diego Costa helped Atletico Madrid take a big step toward the Europa League quarter-finals by scoring in a 3-0 victory over Lokomotiv Moscow on Thursday.Atletico will carry a commanding lead into the second leg in Russia.
0Shares0000AFC Leopards fans cheering their team. Photo/RAYMOND MAKHAYANAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 14- Whyvonne Isuza struck twice as AFC Leopards overcame two penalty misses to beat 10-man Wazito FC 3-2 at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos on Wednesday to move second in the Kenyan Premier League standings, on a day they are celebrating their 54th birthday.Isuza’s second goal with seven minutes remaining came in barely five minutes after Victor Majid had missed a penalty for AFC, one that would have taken them 3-2 up. Ingwe had also missed a first half penalty with Ezekiel Odera seeing his kick saved. Pistone Mutamba scored twice for Wazito coming in between Ezekiel Odera and Isuza’s goals.Wazito were reduced to 10 men three minutes into the second half after Brian Ayacko was sent to the showers after a second yellow card.The victory took the 13-time KPL champions to 13 points, three shy of arch rivals and leaders Gor Mahia FC.It was yet another high scoring, come-from-behind defeat after they came from 3-1 down over the weekend to beat Mathare United 4-3 at the same venue.Head coach Dennis Kitambi picked up his third consecutive victory in charge since stepping into the suspended Robert Matano’s boots, and he has continually shown he can step up to the plate if called upon on a permanent basis.AFC Leopards went the break tied at 1-1, and it was probably a relieving result having lost an early penalty and Wazito going ahead courtesy of Mutamba’s goal.Ingwe had the bulk of the first few chances of the game, first Brian Marita attempting his luck with a shot from distance after a counter attack which however went wide.Two minutes later, Whyvonne Isuza should have done better with a lone header at the edge of the six yard box after being left isolated by the Wazito defense, Marita’s cross landing graciously on his path.-Odera penalty miss-On the quarter hour mark, Ingwe was presented with an opportunity to break the deadlock from the penalty spot after Emmanuel Tienan was adjudged to have brought down Odera as the two attempted to attack a cross from Simon Mburu.However, Odera could not convert after taking responsibility on himself, Wazito keeper Philip Odhiambopushing away the ball with one arm.Ten minutes later, AFC were punished for that miss when the lanky Mutamba rose in the middle of a forest of Ingwe markers to head home from a Joachim Omollo free kick.But, despite going down, AFC still dictated the tempo of the game but could not get the chances at goal with Wazito defending well and in numbers.The home side had two chances back to back in the 41st minute, but none could take them back on level terms. First, Salim Abdallah’s header from Marita’s corner went straight to the keeper.Almost immediately, Odera couldn’t get a decent header after keeper Odhiambo missed the ball going for a Mburu long through, instead brushing the ball over.However, Odera made amends four minutes later when he levelled matters with an easily taken overhead kick after Marvin Nabwire brought down into his path a cross from Yussuf Mainge.Three minutes into the second half, the stars seemed to have aligned in AFC’s favour when Ayacko was sent to the dressing room after a second yellow card for a sinister foul on Mburu who had produced some silk skill to lift the ball over him.From the resultant free-kick, AFC went ahead when Whyvonne Isuza headed the ball into an empty net when Odera beat keeper Philip Odhiambo to the ball from Mburu’s delivery.Ingwe’s joy was short lived however when Mutamba restored parity, coming to the end of a swift counter attack with Joe Waithira breaking away and cutting back the ball for Mutamba to score.Once again, Ouna’s charges coiled back to a disciplined defensive shape, frustrating AFC to the bare minimum of chances.In the 78th minute however, they were found off their feet when David Oswe brought down Nabwire inside the box after a swiftly taken throw-in, referee George Mwai pointing straight to the spot much to the disgust of Wazito players.However, keeper Odhiambo stepped up, punching away Majid’s effort from 12 yards out.But Isuza wiped away Ingwe’s blushes when he struck low inside the box after Nabwire chested down and laid up for him a cross from Ezekiel Odera.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)