Willem II fans, one of the fashion clubs in Holland – last year they reached the Cup final and this season they are fourth in the Eredivisie-, They have a place reserved in their hearts for Fran Sol and Pol Llonch. The Dutch newspaper Dagblad Brabants He made a survey among his readers and these included the two Spanish soccer players among the best soccer players who have worn the Tilburg team shirt in the last decade.Although who prevailed loosely and received 50% of the votes was the Dutch Jordens Peters, current captain of the team, Fran Sol occupies a prominent place in the survey and appears in second position with 26% of the ballots. The Madrid striker, who currently plays for Dinamo Kiev, played for two and a half years in Willem II, reaching 47 goals in 88 games and becoming the leading scorer of the Eredivisie during his stay in the competition. Ruud Swinkels (7%) and Freek Heerkens (5%) occupy the third and fourth position respectively, while in fifth place, tied with Konstantinos Lamprou, figure the Catalan Pol Llonch, what He signed for Willem II in the summer of 2018 and only needed a few months to get into all the fans of Tilburg. The former Wisla Krakow, Granada or Girona has doubled its value since arriving in Holland and continues to be a key piece in the Adrie Koster team, which is fourth in the Eredivisie just behind Ajax, AZ and PSV.
Ceballos arrived at the Arsenal this summer until the end of the season. The Premier League began with prominence. However, a muscle injury changed his pace. He has only played 17 games and has played 906 minutes. In the event that Ceballos finally leaves Arsenal, there are already several clubs interested in requesting his assignment. The midfielder intends to play the European Championship and is clear that, in the case of leaving Arsenal, he will choose a club that guarantees minutes. Ceballos wants to leave Arsenal, as El Carusel has revealed. The Andalusian midfielder, who has lost eleven games for a muscle tear, He has not played with the English club since last November 6. It was in the Europa League against the Vitoria de Guimaraes (1-1). Since that meeting, not a minute. The ostracism he is in has led him to talk to Mikel Arteta to communicate his desire to leave and look for minutes in another club. Madrid has already been informed of the desire of the player and is analyzing the possibility of breaking the transfer, as he has already done in this market with Jesús Vallejo, Lunin and Jorge de Frutos. The central will leave the Wolverhampton to land in Granada, while the goalkeeper and the end have left the Valladolid to be transferred until the end of the season to Oviedo and Ray, respectively.
On the other hand, Carrasco already had several conversations with Cholo in recent days. Simeone transmitted to Carrasco the faith he has in him and the player was very excited about his return. Delusion. It is what the player has said to Cholo. Illusion to rename himself in Spanish and European football. Atlético could not get hold of Cavani, but Simeone and Carrasco have already talked about what the end can bring in this new stage in Atlético.The Madrid team has the challenge of securing the Champions League and at the bottom is the tie against Liverpool. A round to which Atlético will add troops that it does not have now: Koke is back, Diego Costa is getting closer to reappearing and Carrasco arrives. Atlético is rearmed for one of their great events of the season. Atlético will make official the arrival of Yannick Carrasco on Friday. The Madrid club will finish closing the negotiation with Dalian Yifang and from that moment he will become a rojiblanco player. Carrasco will arrive at Atlético on loan with purchase option. The Madrid club keeps the possibility of securing to the extreme for the next seasons. Both Simeone and sports management understand that he can be an important player not only in these coming months but in the somewhat further future. There may be Carrasco for a while. It will depend on what the player does in the remainder of the season.Carrasco has been standing for a while, without playing official competition, since the Chinese Super League ended, but has been training on his own in Belgium. He has not wasted his time, because he was aware that he could get some chance of European football. Atletico has been a second chance for a player who did not finish breaking ties with the Madrid club. He has continued to maintain contact with people from Atlético and from the first moment the option was raised he was delighted to return to the Madrid team. The player has already passed part of the medical examination these past days. Atlético’s medical staff was even surprised by some of the results. From that point of view you will not need a special set-up.
La Ponferradina announced Tuesday that Carlos Bravo will play on loan at Rayo Majadahonda for the remainder of the season, after the Majariego club player, Iago Díaz, suffered a break in the patellar tendon of his right leg before Real Madrid Castilla that will keep him Low for eight months. Bravo, who arrived at Ponferradina in the winter market last season from San Sebastián de los Reyes, became an important part of the ascent to Segunda with five goals in the final stretch of the League, when Bolo relocated him as second striker after a Yuri injury. The Madrid was a starter in the last 13 games of the season, including the four of the promotion playoff.In LaLiga SmartBank, however, its presence in the blue and white team has been little more than testimonial, participating in ten games of which he only started in two, against Zaragoza and Lugo. In total, he has played 236 minutes with Deportiva in Second Division and the club has decided to continue his progression in a leading team of Second B, since he has a contract with the entity from Murcia until 2021. As it happens, Iago Díaz, the player that Bravo will replace in Majadahonda, defended the blue and white shirt in the 2017-18 season. With the departure of Carlos Bravo, the Ponferradina lightens the squad a little more after the winter market and Bolo will have 24 players to finish the season. The coach had already expressed his desire to reduce the number of players after working with 26 players during the first part of the championship, a number too high for the Basque coach’s plans.
His wife, Isil Recber, today gave the report on the situation of her husband. Isil Recber stated on her Instagram account that false rumors had been created about her husband and that Rustu was not in the ICU. “Fortunately, the news about intensive care is not correct. We are a little better. Our treatment continues in a stable way in the normal room. I hope everything goes better. Thank you very much for your interest. “ The former goalkeeper of FC Barcelona, Rustu Recber, still in the hospital with coronavirus but his condition improves. As AS reported, his state of health right now It is stable and the most important thing is that it improves every day.
UNHAPPY SELECTORS ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC): A report into alleged interference in the selection process has determined that the two highest ranking officials of the West Indies Cricket Board, spoke without “approval” when they backed the retention of Shiv Chanderpaul for the Australia series. WICB president Dave Cameron and his vice-president, Emmanuel Nanthan, had supported Chanderpaul’s selection last May after the Clive Lloyd-led selection panel had decided to drop the veteran left-hander. In a media release on Saturday, the WICB said the findings of the report showed that both Cameron and Nanthan had spoken in personal capacities. “The findings stated that the actions of the president and vice-president to support the selection of Shivnarine Chanderpaul for the home series in May last year, were personal statements and were done without approval of the Board of Directors,” the release said. Chanderpaul was controversially left out of the squad for Australia series following a run of low scores in previous series against South Africa and England. According to media reports at the time, Cameron attempted to have Chanderpaul included against the will of selectors. The report, conducted by human resource specialist Colin Barnett, was commissioned by the WICB after head coach Phil Simmons controversially claimed last September that there had been “outside interference” in the selection of the one-day squad to tour Sri Lanka. Two other selection cases came under scrutiny of the report, namely the Test squad to Australia last December and the cancelled one-day international series against Zimbabwe. According to the release, the report found no discrepancies in these cases. “The other findings reported support the roles of the director of cricket (Richard Pybus) and the selectors and that they were following the existing selection policies and guidelines.” The report also put forward a list of recommendations to improve the overall selection process, among these the refining of selection policies, updating the terms of reference for selectors and advising the public on selection criteria. Simmons stunned the cricket fraternity ahead of the Test tour of Sri Lanka last year when he told a media conference that the selection of the tour had suffered from “outside interference”. The Trinidadian, who had then been only recently appointed, said he and chairman Lloyd had agreed on the need for Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard to be recalled to the ODI squad only to be outvoted by the three other selectors Eldine Baptiste, Courtney Walsh and Courtney Browne. Simmons said those with influence had interfered to ensure the two players remained sidelined. He was subsequently suspended for the Sri Lanka tour, but reinstated for the Australia series following an inquiry.
JOHANNESBURG (CMC):Captain Stafanie Taylor struck an invaluable half-century as part of a solid all-roundperformance to power West Indies Women to a convincing series-levelling 45-run victory over South Africa Women in the second Twenty20 International here yesterday.Sent in at the New Wanderers Stadium, the Windies Women marched to 143 for six off their 20 overs with Taylor top-scoring with an attractive 63.The Jamaican then captured two for 17 from four overs of off-spin as the Proteas Women crashed to a paltry 98 all out in the 19th over.The third and final game is set for Newlands in Cape Town on Wednesday.West Indies Women had a poor start, losing openers Kycia Knight (4) and Hayley Matthews (1) cheaply to seamer Shabnim Ismail (3-25) to slip to 17 for two in the third over.Knight top-edged a pull to point off the fourth delivery of the opening over while Matthews was taken at mid-off off a leading edge.Taylor and Deandra Dottin, who scored 19, then put on 68 for the third wicket to put the innings back on course.The right-handed Taylor faced 53 balls and struck seven fours and one six, while Dottin once again looked in good touch in gathering two fours off 27 deliveries.In reply, the Proteas Women struggled from the outset, fell further and further behind the run rate and failed to find a way back.No player reached 20 as Marizanne Kapp top-scored with 17 to be one of only four players in double figures.Taylor was supported by off-spinner Anisa Mohammed (2-16) and Matthews (2-17), who finished with two wickets apiece.
SYDNEY, Australia (CMC):Caribbean powerhouse Jamaica sealed their semi-final spot with a sensational one-goal triumph over Malawi on day eight of Netball World Cup (NWC) 2015 yesterday.The Sunshine Girls squeezed through with a 63-62 win in what was described as the tightest match of the tournament after Trinidad and Tobago defeated Samoa for the first time 66-47.The Jamaicans showed consistency and composure in all four quarters, which got them over the line after both teams put on a spectacle for the roaring crowd in Allphones Arena.Goal shoot Romelda Aiken scored 44 from 48 and goal attack Shanice Beckford 17 from 18 tries.
fitness level Last season’s beaten Inter-secondary Schools Sports Association (ISSA)-FLOW Manning Cup finalists, Charlie Smith High, cruised to a perfect four wins from as many matches with a comfortable 3-0 victory over St Andrew Technical (STATHS) at the Anthony Spaulding Sports Complex yesterday. They sit atop Group D with 12 points. They have scored 13 goals, while conceding once. Despite having a new-look team, Charlie Smith played with their customary flair in front of a passionate Arnett Gardens crowd, which cheered them for the full 90 minutes. The players left the best for last yesterday. In the second minute of injury time, Omario Fisher struck a 35 metres shot, which lit up the back of the net and left everyone talking about his moment of brilliance. His shot gave goalkeeper Jeadino Waite no chance. It was a case of hard work paying off for Fisher. “It was good and perfect. I was working for this (goal) a very long time,” said Fisher, who has notched three goals in three appearances in his first year of Manning Cup. “More and more goals is what I want for the season for the entire team and the staff,” stressed Fisher. It was an even contest leading up to the opening goal, when Ashawn Ricketts sent Charlie Smith ahead in the 56th minute after the goalkeeper failed to collect cleanly. Zamario Sinclair doubled their lead in the 60th minute. Coach Jerome Waite believes his team proved much fitter than their opponents. “The game wasn’t the best in the first half. We still have a lot of work to do in terms of decision-making, but after 60 minutes in the game, you could see where the fitness level of the Charlie Smith team came to life while the opponents faltered in that area,” he told The Sunday Gleaner. “The talent pool is minimal, based on what you have seen. It is not the best Charlie Smith team, but what they are showing is that they have a lot of character and fighting spirit. We expect them to continue as the season progresses,” Waite added. Meanwhile, STATHS coach, Alrick Clarke, said it wasn’t a bad performance, but thought “a few errors” cost them the game. “Hopefully, we will rebound again. This might have been our toughest game of the season,” Clarke assessed.. Yesterday’s results GROUP A Tivoli 0 Jamaica College 4 GROUP D Penwood 0 Holy Trinity 3 Charlie Smith 3 St Andrew Technical 0 GROUP E Kingston High 0 Wolmer’s Boy’s 4 Bridgeport 2 Mona High 0 GROUP G Jose Marti 0 Kingston College 2
Newly crowned champion trainer Wayne DaCosta continued his dominance of the major trophy races in recent months when POKER STAR won the St Catherine Cup open allowance feature over 1100 metres at Caymanas Park yesterday to confirm his status as the country’s top sprinter.Installed a 4-5 favourite, with Robert Halledeen aboard, POKER STAR, coming from the number-one post position under topweight of 57.0kg, chased the fleet-footed BUZZ NIGHTMARE in the backstretch before getting the inside run and the lead when ‘BUZZ’ drifted out entering the straight.Under a bustling ride from Halledeen, the four-year-old bay gelding by Liquidity out of Buyabook kept on strongly in front to stave off the ever-present CAMPESINO (7-5) under new champion Shane Ellis on the inside by a length, covering the distance in the good time of 1:05.2 behind splits of 22.4 and 45.1 on a slow surface.Owned by Alexander Haber and bred by Y.S. (1955) Limited, POKER STAR, according to DaCosta, has come on a ton after disappointing over longer distances during the 2015 classic campaign but really wanted to sprint.”This is a horse who won twice over 1300 metres in 1:17.2, and having won the Glen Mills Caribbean Sprint championship behind a fast time in his previous race on November 14, knew he was ready for all comers in the sprint department … . His next race could be in February, and we will take it from there,” said the 15-time champion trainer, who saddled three winners on the 10-race programme.The others were 3-5 favourite CRUISING MOTION (Halledeen up) in the second race for maiden three-year-olds, and BIG GEORGE, a 1-5 favourite in the very next race over 1200 metres, with former champion Omar Walker aboard.Walker, who also won the opening race for high claimers aboard 9-5 favourite ITALIANO for trainer Neive Graham to complete a double, shared the riding honours with Halledeen on a day when POKER STAR was one of five winning favourites. The lightly raced MEDICAL INSTINCT at 20-1 in the sixth race for maiden five-year-olds and up provided the day’s major upset.