Today the works will continue of remodeling from the stadium Santiago Bernabeu after being two weeks stopped due to the pandemic of coronavirus. Everything indicated that it would be yesterday when they would listen again noise of machines and workers returning to their task of remodeling the stadium. However, what Occurred yesterday was a team reorganization. Due to the number of workers who are participating in it (it is a complex work and also, the exceptional situation that exists), there was various orientation meetings to explain security measures, protective suits, and the distances that must be maintained and respected while these works are being carried out. Interestingly, it should be noted that the last match That disputed in the white manor It was the Classic of last March 1, in which Madrid prevailed overl Barcelona (2-0), with goals from Vinicius and Mariano. The encounter that it had to be played last March 13 between Madrid and Eibar was left in the air by the suspension of all championships due to the coronavirus pandemic. Actually, the stadium is a center of provisioning of medical supplies waiting for the works to continue. Until the closing them, at the end of last March, they were working on the settlement of the new towers (specifically the Tower C foundation), as well as in the dismantling of the gate 53, as well as the upper covers of both funds. The stadium renovation started last summer and it is expected that finished in October 2022. The club will start pay for said work in the summer 2023. It should be noted that it was the April 2, 2019 when he showed up officially the reform project of the stadium by the hand of the then mayor of Madrid, Manuela Carmena, and Florentino Pérez, president of the Madrid team.
Barcelona is not very clear about the viability that LaLiga proposes to play matches every 72 hours when they return to the competition in order to play the eleven days of the League that remain in just over a month and a half. An internal report prepared by the club’s physical training area underlines the extremely high risk of injury if a ratio of one home game is maintained for three days for 45 or more days. “It is announced that there will be a high congestion”, begins the report, “with two or more games per week”, which will imply “an increased possibility of injury and a decrease in performance”, especially since “fatigue and muscle damage can last more than 72 hours after the game”. According to the report, the risk increases because this ratio has to be maintained for a relatively long period of time, with the added mental plus that “the mental load will also be very important as the decisive stretch of the season is at stake,” so technicians will have fewer options to resort to rotations, further increasing the risk of injury by saturating the physical capacity of some players. The report also highlights that when the competition starts, only maintenance training sessions can be carried out, since they only have 72 hours between games, so they recommend a minimum time of “50% of the time that the confinement lasts” to recondition the footballer upon return from competition. This means that if the Alarm State is extended to the two months foreseen -until May 10-, it will take a minimum of one month of training to restart the activity, especially considering that the return will be made, according to the report itself, “in three phases: first it will be individual, then with small groups and finally with the entire team.” Within the report it is emphasized that “the health of the players comes first”, which explains why they will be subjected to “aer and ana metabolism controls” (coronavirus test) on a regular basis during the time that the readaptation to competition, in addition to a “correct reintroduction of specific and competitive work on the field to avoid injury”.
Everything indicates that the ball will not roll again in the First Iberdrola. The Federation plans to announce these days an express resolution in the maximum women’s competition, with Barça champion and without decreases. The Catalan club would also keep the pass to play the Champions, like Atlético, who is second to nine points behind the Catalans.If the Spanish League were finally suspended, as all forecasts indicate, Spain would follow in the footsteps of The Netherlands and France, whose female competitions have been terminated due to the coronavirus health crisis. In this line, it should be noted that in the Dutch case the League title has been abandoned. The PSV, leader of the women’s Eredivisie, will not be able to lift the trophy, although they do have their participation in the Champions League together with Ajax, second classified. For its part, the French Federation has not yet issued an official statement about it. However, everything seems to indicate that Lyon will add its fourteenth consecutive League title, getting together with PSG the European pass for next season.In Germany, the situation also seems close to being resolved. Most teams (11 of 12) want to end the season. After their vote, they must wait for the Federation’s decision on May 25. The Wolfsburg today is the leader of the German competition, followed by Bayern. From the German League to the english, where everything points to it being played again this summer. For now, the English leader is Manchester City, who is first in the standings with a one point advantage over Chelsea (2nd) and four points over Arsenal (3rd).
When Costa had returned to the group after that operation in February, he was nonetheless heavy, with additional kilos, all targeting his legs when he ran, unable to flee from anybody, to achieve a wall, to distance himself, maybe he had compelled himself to be, to reach to that tie, towards Liverpool, during which Atlético performed a lot, to remain alive in Europe. Lagarto’s is now able to return and add for the group. The Cholo group faces the problem of not staying out of the Champions League: on the time of the break resulting from COVID-19 it was sixth, that’s, outdoors the following Champions League, catastrophe. There are eleven days left to play (aside from the quarters and what comes from the present Champions League, Atlético is already categorised as PSG, Atalanta and Leipzig). 5 objectives when he got here again so fine final summer timeIt’s the story of final summer time, Costa, conscious that the trains are working out at Atlético, his numbers aren’t, though he’ll all the time be Costa and The beast He beats underneath his shirt, about to seem at any second to alter the course of a sport, he arrived at Los Angeles de San Rafael to begin the preseason. And boy did it present. It was final summer time when Simeone checked out him and noticed in him the Costa he missed a lot when he went to Chelsea. 5 objectives in preseason, 4 of them towards Actual Madrid at New Jersey 7-3 … That dried up as quickly because the video games turned official. 2 objectives in 19 video games, with a mean of 0.25 per sport, poor, very poor, however a minimum of larger than the 0.10 of final season. He ends his contract in 2021 and Simeone, his principal supporter, wants him greater than ever. Not less than bodily Costa appears prepared for the problem. Tomorrow Atlético returns to coaching. His return within the final two moments of Atlético has captured the highlight. The one in every of Diego Costa. At Anfield as a result of he was returning to tenure 4 months after going underneath the knife for surgical procedure. a cervical disc herniation, on his eternal groundhog day since he returned to the rojiblanco group, injury-recovery-injury-months out. The hour he performed, Atlético had one much less man. Clumsy, with out velocity, former soccer participant. Two months later, nevertheless, Atlético started the protocols to return to coaching, and to competitions, with particular person checks at Cerro del Espino within the face of the coronavirus pandemic, and There’s Diego Costa, fine, match, that Costa that’s fearsome, that modifications video games, that’s key. His picture has instantly gone viral on the networks.The Hispanic-Brazilian has taken benefit of this break to be ready to really add for Cholo, he has not let himself go, neither in meals nor in laziness, disciplined and targeted, totally recovering his again. Your physique is all the time your finest mirror. Additionally social networks. No hint of extra. Racing with canines to the pool, beers with a slogan on the shirt: “He who scores objectives kisses at night time” and different niceties that hung prior to now. Zero.
And is that behind the corridor of honor, there have been no handshakes between gamers, one of the new guidelines not written in the South Korean league, which is now asking its footballers to keep away from celebrating group objectives, to speak intently or to face one another, one thing like asking soccer to be rather less soccer.From time to time, the stadium’s public handle system performed the chants of the residence staff’s followers to cheer on the gamers, certainly misplaced each time they checked out the benches, the place the use of masks is now necessary.It ought to be mentioned that in The intense heaviness of the game seen at present in Jeonju was additionally influenced by the rain and the incontrovertible fact that each groups had been barely in a position to return to coaching two weeks in the past.In the first leg, solely two Jeonbuk debutants appeared to need to put yet one more gear in the game, Brazilian winger Murilo and younger striker Cho Gue-song.Each merged quickly and inside 1 / 4 of the resumption that they had already been respectively changed by the Japanese Kunimoto and the battering ram Lee Dong-gook, who at 41 is an area legend with 158 objectives that accredit him as the highest historic scorer of the Ok League.It was his sense of odor that ended up unlocking the game eight minutes from the finish, when a nook was poorly defended by Suwon.A number of Jeonbuk gamers got here to have fun, however didn’t crowd both.Little else did this ghostly first game of the football-asepsis period depart, aside from the Hopeful message written in the stands of the stadium and addressed to all those that love this sport: “We’ll see you quickly. Keep robust.” Jeonbuk beat Suwon by the minimal at present in the first game of the season in the South Korean league, which has began to be disputed two months late and with out public because of the coronavirus pandemic.From the preliminary to the ultimate whistle, the get together felt bizarre and particular.When Jeonbuk got here out of the tunnel, the Suwon gamers made him corridor of honor as the champion of the earlier season, the one which ended in DecemberThat was shortly earlier than the coronavirus turned the balloon the wrong way up., will power the cancellation of soccer in half the world (with few exceptions similar to Belarus, Nicaragua or Turkmenistan) and it’ll start to redraw the peculiar manner in which sports activities competitions are going to begin to be performed in the coming months.This distinctive soccer testing floor seen at present in South Korea guarantees to be adopted quickly by the German Bundesliga and probably different main tournaments similar to the Spanish League.And everybody will certainly share, not less than in the first matches, that feeling of strangeness seen at present at the Jeonju stadium.It wasn’t simply empty stands or that playing of the gamers on the courtroom that’s normally heard each time a game needs to be performed behind closed doorwaysThe small particulars helped to drown a lot of the rejoicing.
WESTERN BUREAU: Director of Sports at the University of Technology (UTech), Anthony Davis, says Jamaica’s long-term success in track and field and that of the wider sporting disciplines at the international level depends heavily on the development of a good collegiate system. Davis, who heads one of Jamaica’s most prestigious college sports programmes at UTech, was the keynote speaker at yesterday’s launch of the third staging of the Montego Bay City Run, at the Holiday Inn Resort. “Once upon a time we never had a vibrant collegiate system, but now it’s been growing exponentially and because of the direct link we now have genuine track and field stars on the rise in our universities and colleges,” Davis said. “This can only mean a sustained presence of high quality athletes at the national and international levels for Jamaica,” he noted. Davis has witnessed the rise of many local track and field stars to have benefited from attending US colleges and universities through various scholarships. He believes the system has improved for young stars to be schooled and trained locally. “I have nothing against a student wishing to access higher education and training elsewhere, but we have seen a dramatic drop in the numbers opting to do so. Instead, we see them getting into local universities and colleges, train locally and are now at the top of the world in respective events,” Davis said. “It shows we are on the right path and are doing the right things to educate and elevate our student athletes,” cited Davis. According to Davis, the approximately 21 universities and colleges across Jamaica have been making great investments to upgrade coaches and facilities to meet the growing local demand. “Before this we depended on our talents being developed overseas, primarily in US colleges and while that served its purpose and still does, I am of the view that we have been more than holding our own with the rise, development and upkeep of our own stars. And that is always good for Jamaica,” he stated. Davis is also a committee member of the International University Sports Federation (FISU). The MoBay City Run is set for May 1, 2016 and projected to attract more than 2,000 local and international marathon runners. It seeks to raise $5 million for tertiary level students in western Jamaica.
Gayle fell BANGALORE, India, (CMC): Superstar Chris Gayle’s slump continued as Royal Challengers Bangalore suffered at the hands of a quick-fire hundred by South African opener Quinton de Kock, crashing to a seven-wicket defeat to Delhi Daredevils in the Indian Premier League here yesterday. Sent in at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, RCB rallied to an imposing 191 for five off their 20 overs, behind captain Virat Kohli’s 79 and South African star AB de Villiers’ 55, with seamer Mohammed Shami taking two for 34. In reply, de Kock plundered 108 and Karun Nair, an unbeaten 54, as Delhi roared to victory with five balls to spare. Australian all-rounder Shane Watson claimed two for 25 with his four overs of medium pace. The victory was Delhi’s second in three outings, while RCB have won one of two. RCB were early trouble when Gayle fell to the third ball of the game without a run on the board, caught at first slip by JP Duminy off a tentative push at an out-swinger from left-arm seamer Zaheer Khan. Since his blistering hundred against England in the opening game of the Twenty20 World Cup last month, Gayle has struggled with scores of of 4, 5, 4, 1 and 0. Kohli, who struck seven fours and three sixes off 48 deliveries, put on 107 for the second wicket with de Villiers and another 63 with Watson, who made 33, to rebuild the innings. West Indies seamer Carlos Brathwaite took one for 18 from two overs. De Kock then took the game away from RCB with an innings that required 51 balls and included 15 fours and three sixes. At 50 for two in the sixth over, the game was still open, but de Kock and Nair put an end to RCB’s hopes in a 134-run third-wicket stand.
ATLANTA (AP):Atlanta and San Antonio took imposing 2-0 leads in their opening-round playoff series with emphatic victories over Boston and Memphis on Tuesday night.The Hawks held the Celtics to the lowest-scoring first quarter in the playoffs since the NBA went to the shot clock, building a 21-point lead and holding on despite an ugly shooting performance of their own for an 89-72 victory and a strong hold on their Eastern Conference series.Al Horford and Kyle Korver led Atlanta with 17 points apiece, but this game was essentially decided in the first 12 minutes.The Hawks started nine of 13 from the field, knocking down six from beyond the three-point arc. Korver made four from long range, a big turnaround from a one-of-10 performance in Game One that didn’t include any threes. Atlanta led 24-3 just 6 1/2 minutes into the game.Even after failing to score the rest of the period, the Hawks still led 24-7 heading to the second.Shaking off a dismal performance in the playoff opener, Korver swished four three-pointers in the opening minutes to propel Atlanta to a stunning 21-point lead before many fans had settled into their seats. There wasn’t much doubt after that.MISSED SHOTS”We all have pride, right?” said Korver, who went one of 10 on Saturday and missed all seven of his three-point attempts. “I wanted to come out and play better the second game.”As good as Korver and the Hawks were in the early going, this one will be remembered more for the Celtics’ grisly start.”I don’t know what it is,” said Boston’s Jae Crowder, looking a bit shell-shocked after scoring just two points on one-of-nine shooting. “But we’ve got to change something.”Crowder had plenty of company in his shooting misery.Boston star Isaiah Thomas was held to 16 points on four-of-15 shooting, going one of six beyond the arc. Marcus Smart stepped in for the injured Avery Bradley and went one of 11, also making just one of six from three-point range. The Celtics finished at 32 per cent overall (28 of 88), five of 28 from long range.Game Three is tomorrow night in Boston.San Antonio were even more impressive than the Hawks in beating the Grizzlies 94-68. Patty Mills had 16 points, Kawhi Leonard added 13 and San Antonio never trailed in sweeping the first two games.
FIRST SUPER-6 FANCIES A notable upset by OFFICIAL REPORT at 13-1 in the eventful seventh race at Caymanas Park last Saturday ensured a Pick-9 carrryover to tomorrow’s meet. OFFICIAL REPORT actually passed the post second, but was awarded first place on the disqualification of 4-1 chance WOMAN IS BOSS with embattled jockey Aaron Chatrie aboard. Both Super-6s start anew with guaranteed minimums of $750,000. The Wayne DaCosta-trained FUTURE KING, who chased home stable companion DREAMLINER at a respectable distance on his August 1 debut over the round five course, should go one better in the opening maiden two-year-old race over 1100 metres. Highly fancied when apprentice-ridden on his debut, FUTURE KING proved no match for his more fancied stable-companion DREAMLINER, who won again over 1100 metres last Saturday. Having trained well and fully focused (figure eight on) for this race with stable jockey Robert Halledeen now slated, FUTURE KING should have the measure of the well-advanced first time runner SORRENTINO’S STAR (working fairly well) under Paul Francis and STUNNER (Wesley Henry up), who showed promise on her debut in June. TARANIS, who is proving somewhat expensive to follow, gets a glorious opportunity to deliver the goods in the second race for three-year-olds (non winners of two) over 1820 metres. Trained by Richard Azan, TARANIS was installed a 4-5 favourite to win over a mile on August 22, only to be beaten in a driving finish by the front running WAHEED NAJMAH in the fairly good time of 1:40.4. Working well and with leading jockey Shane Ellis retaining the ride in an eight-horse field, TARANIS is a firm fancy. FORCE DE JOUR, an American-bred 4-y-o colt who scored decisively over 1100 metres as the 1-5 favourite on a $450,000 claiming tag last Saturday, should bring fitness into play and repeat over the straight in the third race to be contested by seven high claiming horses. Claimed from trainer Anthony ‘Baba’ Nunes by Winston Morris out of Saturday’s race, FORCE DE JOUR is on top of his game and despite the presence of proven campaigner SUNLIGHT EXPRESS (Halledeen up), who has good speed and enjoys the straight, FORCE DE JOUR ought to be followed with four-time champion Omar Walker taking over the reins from Shane Ellis. The sparingly raced 4-y-o colt STAN BOY, who returns from a lengthy layoff (18 months) with Shamaree Muir riding for trainer Spencer Chung, has kept better company in his short career and on the move at exercise in preparation for the fourth race over the straight, his class could make the difference. BATTLE SONG, MAGIC CITY and COURT CALL, all fit horses, should ensure that STAN BOY is extended in the last furlong. The last two races in the first Super-6 should be won by consistent ROYAL VIBES (Halledeen up), one of seven starters declared for the Kenneth Mattis O.D. Memorial Cup (overnight allowance) over 2000 metres, and down in class INFANTRY OFFICER in the sixth for $180,000 claimers over the straight. Their respective dangers are BOLD AVIATOR and WINESHA. Great opportunity ahead (1) FUTURE KING/SORRENTINO’S STAR (2) TARANIS (3) FORCE DE JOUR/SUNLIGHT EXPRESS (4) STAN BOY/BATTLE SONG (5) ROYAL VIBES/BOLD AVIATOR (6) INFANTRY OFFICER/ WINESHA
first goal of the season WESTERN BUREAU: St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) missed one penalty, but made amends by scoring another to edge Group E rivals Munro College 1-0 in their ‘St Bess’ derby at Alpart Sports Club yesterday in the ISSA/FLOW daCosta Cup football competition. The win took them second behind Lacovia High (seven points), who were also in the winner’s circle following another good outing to defeat BB Coke High 2-0. Surprise team Maggotty High kept their positive season going, although playing to a nil-all scoreline with BB Coke and kept alive hopes of advancing beyond the first round for the first time in the school’s history. STETHS secured victory when second-half substitute Travar McCulloch stepped up to score from the penalty spot in the 72nd minute, this after a moment of madness from Munro’s Nicholas Collins, who dived goalkeeper-style to save a certain goal with his hands. Collins was issued a straight red card for his action and left his team a mountain to climb, with STETHS looking ominous with each attack. McCulloch said the win meant that they will be able to play with more freedom and that it brings confidence to the team moving forward. “It’s my first goal of the season, but more important, we got the win,” McCulloch stated. “We expected a very hard game from Munro. The win gives us more confidence because we weren’t winning as we should,” said the STETHS central midfielder. STETHS, who lost in the final last year, were quick out of the blocks and should have taken the lead from the sixth minute when forward Michael Kerr failed to hit the target, after getting the better of Munro goalkeeper Onandi McKenzie. Munro gradually settled and also provided some dangerous moments for STETHS, but lacked the cutting edge on the final play to dent their opponents. At Jarrett Park, the game between St James High and Group A leaders Cornwall College ended in a 1-1 draw. Defending champions Clarendon College were held to a 1-1 draw by Lennon in Group H to still lead on seven points. Lennon and Thompson Town are next, with Kellits at the foot of the standings. Elsewhere, there were wins for Denbigh High over Porus 1-0, Central High and Foga Road High ended 0-0. Manchester High moved further away from the field with a 4-0 whipping of Mile Gully in Group F, while Dinthill Technical and Bog Walk drew 1-1. Former winners Rusea’s High made it two wins in two starts with a battling 1-0 victory over Group B rivals Frome Technical, while 2005 champions Godfrey Stewart High thumped Little London 3-0 in Group D.