The new format of the Copa del Rey has once again raised the Mirandés to the top, years after that unforgettable generation led by Pablo Infante, who arrived at semifinals being in Second Division B. Now, with Iraola at the controls, they have achieved the same goal, still hoping to eliminate the Royal Society. However, before they did not have the endorsement of the uncertainty of playing crossings at 90 minutes and achieved their feat based on eliminating rivals of First. That great story is mainly remembered the figure of that banker-footballer who was a pichichi of the competition, but his technician is barely remembered: Carlos Pouso. The Pontevedra requirementCarlos Pouso came as a man of confidence of the board to reverse a bad start to the season and resume the ascent course. However, it has not achieved the expected results. In 2020, Pontevedra has not achieved a single victory and the coach was clear after a new defeat against Oviedo B: “If the problem is me, the solution is easy“Thus, President Lupe Murillo has once again bet on Jesús Ramos, although she maintains confidence in the former Mirandés who” will remain linked to the club in other functions until the end of the season. “The deed that will accompany you foreverThis Copa del Rey has shown the crushed world like Real Jaén against Alavés or the massive fall of LaLiga SmartBank clubs in the first two rounds. But What would have happened if it had been played back and forth? Possibly, the surprises would have been reduced considerably. This fact further brings the Mirandés deed to the podium of the unsuspected successes in Spanish football in the 21st century. Along the way, those of Pouso eliminated Amorebieta, Balompédica Linense and Logroñés before sixteenths. There the faces were first seen with an elite (the Villarreal), to which they overthrew a double party.PAULINO ORIBE & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Carlos Pouso poses with Mirandés fans before one of the 2011-12 coperas qualifiers.PAULINO ORIBE (DAILY AS) Later, they would do the same with Racing and Espanyol. They could not with the Athletic Club, which ended the dream in the semifinals. At least, that not only remained in the memory of the most faithful. At the statistical level, Taking a look at the 2011-12 Copa del Rey numbers means remembering the figure of Pablo Infante as top scorer of the tournament. Perhaps because of that, or because of the history of the attacker, his name is the one that has lasted the most in time. That, however, was orchestrated by a man who has rubbed shoulders in the mud of Second Division B since then, in his football. He is Carlos Pouso. In the 2011-12 season, fans had a double celebration. On the one hand, the semifinals of the Copa del Rey and on the other the ascent to Second Division. Surely, Carlos Pouso received dozens of offers as a result of his successes, but opted for the continuity of the project and join the adventure of the silver category, after not having too much fortune in the Eibar three years ago. He did it and succeeded again. With suffering, yes, since his team was for 21 days in relegation places, but ended up saving agonically on the penultimate date.However, he did not renew his contract and took a few sabbatical months before sitting back down on a bench. He did it in the month of May, when he signed with the Logroñés Sports Union for two seasons. He would not complete them in the armchair at the foot of the lawn, although he did occupy the position of sports director for a few months. The Racing, in 2018, and the Pontevedra, in the current campaign, have been their last destinations. Now, just on the day he has been dismissed from his work at the Galician club, he makes the jump to the offices temporarily.
Europa League* Data updated as of February 21, 2020 But before the meeting something happened that would be very important during the confrontation. And is that both the Police and the security members of the José Alvalade Stadium dedicated themselves to thoroughly inspecting all the fans who came to the stadium, making them barefoot one by one to ensure that they did not introduce any prohibited object such as flares.The launch of flares has been seen on more than one occasion in matches played by Turkish teams and Sporting wanted to avoid possible penalties that could result in a monetary fine or even the closure of the field.But healing in health did not like his own followers, that once inside the stadium, they took off their shoes and lifted them in protest to the treatment received. Portugal’s Sporting managed to win at home Istanbul Basaksehir 3-1 yesterday with goals from Coates, Sporar and Vietto by the Portuguese, and Visca (penalty) by the Turks.
Last night, before the match against Japan began, The Americans jumped onto the field with the shirt upside down. The country’s coat of arms was not visible, but clearly the four stars that accredits them as world champions. An image that went around the world.The Rapinoe, Press, Heath and company team again triumphed on the pitch. He beat the nadeshiko 3-1 and they won the SheBelieves Cup title. One more award for this team that never tires of winning, and fighting for their rights. The SheBeleieves Cup was created by the players of the United States National Team to give more visibility to this sport and enhance women’s rights. So they decided that it would always coincide with March 8, International Women’s Day.In this edition of the tournament hThe reproaches they have had for a few months towards their federation have been followed. The current champions fight for the equal rights of the men’s team. They win it all, while they don’t win and still receive more money for playing with the USA.
The Bundesliga was suspended on March 13 and the 36 clubs that make up the two main categories, Thirteen are in bankruptcy threat, reason why this economic injection serves as lifeguards. In exchange for the discount, the chain has agreed on a very fast transfer that will guarantee that they can float during the break.The DAZN chain (which incorporates Eurosport), on the other hand, is now under pressure, since it only broadcasts sports competitions and the platform is suffering significant losses to face the payment of € 20 million remaining. For his part, the public channels, ARD and ZDF, which own the rights to the summaries of the matches, will pay the DFL its last installment, established at 40 million euros. According L’Equipe, the clubs of the German first and second division will have a breather, since Sky Sport, the main holder of the Bundesliga television rights until 2021, has reached an agreement with the German League (DFL) to pay the last of the four installments corresponding to the last stretch of the season. After tough negotiations, they have managed to reduce the 225 million euros of the last installment (They were 900 million per campaign) in several tens of millions.
In addition, it has been agreed to end the 2019-2020 season of Ascenso MX, as well as “temporarily suspend “promotion and relegation for the next six seasons and eliminate the Liga MX Minor Rule from the 2020-2021 season.He also clarified that The 12 clubs that decide to do so and that currently make up this division may participate in Ascenso MX, as well as the Liga MX Clubs that are not currently in Ascenso MX and voluntarily decide to participate, plus three invited Premier League clubs.60 million pesos “distributed in equal parts” will be allocated to the 12 Ascenso MX clubs so that “they can fulfill their current obligations”, and 240 million pesos annually for the following six seasons -20 million per club- to “support the growth” of the clubs that are currently in Ascenso MX and that continue to participate in the new division. The Mexican Soccer Federation has announced that it will suspend promotions and decreases in categories in the country’s leagues for the next seasons to prevent the “disappearance” of some clubs, in addition to confirming that hThe course at Ascenso MX has ended.Thus, it has been determined after the meeting of the Executive Committee and the Extraordinary Assembly of the federation. “After analyzing the situation that Ascenso MX is currently experiencing and in order to guarantee its non-disappearance and, therefore, the continuity of the clubs that make up this division, The representatives of Liga MX, Ascenso MX, Premier League, Liga TDP and Sector Amateur, unanimously voted in favor of the rescue of the Division of Ascenso MX“the statement said.
Neither the Superior Sports Council (CSD) nor LaLiga understand the complaints of the Association of Spanish Soccer Players (AFE) to the protocol approved by the Task Force to Promote Sport (GTID) to return to play because “it is a protocol endorsed by Health.” Both organizations also remember that AFE itself is part of the GTID and that he had the opportunity to present his proposals during the meetings to discuss the protocol.In addition, in LaLiga they assure that in AFE they had the keys of the protocol and the draft of the document “for almost a month” and that the union representatives where the protocol was studied “made no objection”. In LaLiga they believe that the machinery to return to activity is running and that the professional players of First and Second they will start in the next few days with the gradual return to training. Regarding the concentrations, another point about the AFE complains, in LaLiga they understand that “they are to protect the health of the players and their families” and remember that “they are approved by protocol and therefore have the approval of Health” In very similar terms to those of LaLiga, the CSD has manifested itself. Council sources have indicated that “the constructive will has reigned at all times within the Task Force for the Promotion of Sport (GTID). They know that the entire text, also prepared with their own recommendations, has the approval of Health“Thus, the CSD and LaLiga versions coincide in two fundamental aspects: that the protocol for the return to activity has the approval of the ministry of Salvador Illa and that the AFE itself had the opportunity to present its complaints in the Working Group in which the document was discussed.
When the RJR Sports Foundation announces speedsters Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce as the 2015 recipients of the National Sportsman and Sportswoman of the year awards at tonight’s ceremony at The Jamaica Pegasus, it will hardly come as a surprise to many.Likewise, considering the year they both had, shot put strongman O’Dayne Richards – last year’s runner-up and sprint hurdles world champion Danielle Williams are sure to get hearty receptions, as they head the candidates seeking the runner-up spots.Richards struggled on the Diamond League circuit before coming to life at the Pan American Games in Toronto, where his national record heave of 21.69m won him a gold medal. He would repeat the mark a few weeks later at the World Championships in Beijing, to take the bronze and become Jamaica’s first medallist in the event at that level.Hansle Parchment’s World Championships silver medal in the 110m hurdles also makes him a strong contender for the runner-up spot. Additionally, the towering hurdler is the first Jamaican to win a silver medal in the 110m hurdles in senior-level global competition, given his result – like Richards’, considerable historical significance.He might, and dare we say, should, however, be edged out by Richards’ back-to-back national record efforts.Williams, flying below the radarOn the female side, Williams, flying below the radar in every pre-championships predictions, delivered when it mattered most in winning the gold medal in the 100m hurdles at the World Championships.That was a massive result for the pint-sized hurdler, who returned the gold to Jamaica after Brigitte Foster-Hylton’s win at the 2009 World Championships in Berlin.It should be enough to see her across the line – behind Fraser-Pryce, with some other top contenders such as World Championships 200m silver and 4x100m gold medal winner Elaine Thompson; boxer Alicia Ashley, who successfully defended her WBC super bantamweight title; World Championships bronze and relay gold medal winners – Shericka Jackson (400m and 4x400m); Veronica Campbell-Brown (200m and 4x100m); and ever-present swimmer Alia Atkinson (50m breaststroke silver and national record as well as 100m breaststroke bronze at the FINA World Championships plus a year-ending number-three world ranking in the 50m breaststroke, all presenting strong claims.Little doubt, however, as to who will spend tonight as the country’s top male and female sporting stars.Save for some major surprises, speed-king Bolt will win his sixth National Sportsman of the Year title.This will give him sole command of the second-place spot in the all-time list, which is headed by boxer Michael McCallum, who punched his way to seven titles.Bolt shook off a rusty start to his season to win World Championships gold medals in the 100m (with the third-fastest time in World Championships final history – 9.79), the 200m and as a member of Jamaica’s 4x100m relay team.Last year’s nod to Atkinson was the first time a non-track-and-field athlete won the Sportswoman of the Year award since 1976, when cricketer Vivalyn Latty-Scott won the award.Fraser-Pryce, who won this award in 2012 and 2013, won gold medals in the 100m and 4x100m at the World Championships as well as took the 100m title in the IAAF Diamond League series.
WESTERN BUREAU:Organisers are looking at participation in this year’s MoBay City Run/Walk races to top 4,000. The event last year drew almost 3,000 runners and raised approximately $3 million in the process.”We are doing our best to see how much we can, but we are realistically looking at about $5 million this year,” said chief organiser, Janet Silvera.The event is held to raise funds for assisting students in defraying costs at tertiary institutions.Four institutions will benefit directly from proceeds of the MoBay City Run – the University of the West Indies and University of Technology (western campuses), Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College, and Montego Bay Community College.The event, which consist of a 5K Run/Walk and a 10K Run, had its launch on Tuesday at the Holiday Inn Resort and indications are that this year’s renewal will be much bigger and better for the runners.RACE ROUTEThe race will get under way on Sunday, May 1 in the vicinity of the Old Hospital Park in Montego Bay and will take the runners and walkers through the city and back to the starting line, where the race will end.Two-time men’s winner, Ronique Williams, will be back defending his title, as will female champion Arieta Martin.Williams have made the MoBay City Run his own, winning the overall title in the event’s inaugural staging in 2014, and return with a bang last year to defend his title, when he completed the race in 36 minutes and 17 seconds. He is among the favourites again this year.Martin took the female first place medal and trophy in a time of 47 minutes and 10 seconds and could repeat as champion.However, with an expected increase in overseas participation, especially among the female runners, Martin will be hard pressed to hold on to her crown.In preparation for the event, organisers have maintained the fitness camp, which will run from March 12 at the Old Hospital Park, on Gloucester Avenue.The team section was one of the most exciting aspects of the City Run last year and will again be a spectacle of colours. Riu Hotel won the team trophy by sending a huge contingent of 521 members in 2015.Scotiabank, FLOW and the Royalton Hotel will feature again this year with big contingents also.
Last year Calabar High matched their best ever winning streak at the annual Inter-Secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletic Championships, when they won their fourth successive crown. On Saturday, the Red Hills Road-based school lifted the Mortimer Geddes Trophy for the fifth time on the bounce, when they beat away the challenge of perennial rivals Kingston College (KC) to gain their 26th hold. For head coach, Clarke, last year was his first time winning four straight and after extending it to five-in-a-row on Saturday, the tactician described the victory as ‘memorable’ and says plans are in place for the school to go on and claim a sixth straight championship. “This is a memorable one, very historic. The school in its history has never done five straight before. KC is a talented team, very well coached, but today (Saturday) was our day. But that’s championships for you,” Clarke commented amid the team’s celebrations on the running track. “But it’s not so much for me, it’s for the school. They have never gone five straight, so that’s historic. For me it’s also quite an achievement and I am quite pleased by the success. “We are always planning ahead, like three years ahead so it’s quite a possibility,” he said about winning next year. 15 TITLES Clarke has won a combined 15 Boys’ Champs titles with three different schools. He won his first championship with St Jago in 1988; then moved to Jamaica College where he won seven titles. He won his first double in 1991-92 with the Old Hope Road-based school and his first triple with the ‘Dark Blues’ from 1998-2000. He joined his alma mater, Calabar, in 2003 and saw them to back-to-back titles in 2007 and 2008. Last year he claimed his first four-peat and now he has won five straight titles for the first time. “I am humbled by the success and I give God thanks for it as well,” he told The Gleaner. Calabar finished with 287.50 points, well clear of KC, 250, and JC, 227.50.
THIS YEAR’S staging of the Hi-Pro All-Jamaica Senior Tennis Championships will serve off next Monday at the newly refurbished Eric Bell Centre at the headquarters of Tennis Jamaica, Piccadilly Road.The championships will run from August 17-22. The men’s champion will pocket $100,000, while the runner-up will collect $50,000. The ladies champion will receive $40,000, and the second place will walk away with $20,000. A total of $260,000 has been budgeted by the organisers for prize money.Categories will include men’s singles, women’s singles, Class II men’s singles, men’s singles 45-year-old and over, men’s doubles and Class II men’s doubles.”The tournament is particularly special for us this year because it will be the first senior tournament to be played on our recently refurbished courts. The venue has a rich history with some of the island’s more memorable Davis Cup battles having been played there, as well as the early display of the talents of many outstanding players,” Aswad Morgan, first vice-president of Tennis Jamaica, said during the launch and official reopening of the Eric Bell Tennis Centre.He said the Hi-Pro All-Jamaica Tennis Championships serves as a critical component in the long term vision of Tennis Jamaica.”We continue to be grateful to Hi-Pro for their sponsorship of our tennis events over the past four years. We also want to thank the other sponsors on board with the tournament this year,” Morgan added.exciting, challenging championshipsDavid Sanguinetti, Tennis Jamaica’s tournament director, said he is expecting an exciting and challenging championships.”We are expecting an exciting championships with competition from some of Jamaica’s top players, so come Monday, at approximately 3 p.m., the competition will serve off,” Sanguinetti said.Hi-Pro’s business development manager, Dayne Patterson, said his company was delighted to be associated with the staging of the 2015 tournament. Hi-Pro, a division of the Jamaica Broilers Group, is the title sponsor for the second year running.”We once again look forward to another exciting year of great plays and spectator interactions as we partner to grow the tournament exponentially each staging,” Patterson pointed out.Other sponsors include Salada Limited, Hi-Lyte, Reggae Jammin’ and Jamaica Money Market Brokers.The draw for the tournament will take place tomorrow.