LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 14, 2020 The goal is paid at a gold price in football and Betis has a treasure with Loren Morón although the Marbella player has raised his foot in the scoring aspect since the season began, which started with seven goals in his first eight league games. Now he has nine, and two in the Cup. Loren scored for Valencia and returned to win his title against Real Madrid, before which A good game came back to fruition and during which several scouts from the Premier and Serie A spied on him. In summer, there will undoubtedly be offers for the 16 verdiblanco.With contract until 2022, the clause of between 40 and 50 million euros that has the Malaga tip does not seem an obstacle to negotiate for him for a significant number of English and Italian clubs. Last summer, in fact, several Premiership teams set their sights on the footballer and were willing to pay an amount close to the 10 million that Betis would have accepted. But Loren did not want to go to a category that was not maximum. And that the footballer did not understand that Borja Iglesias, arrived in Heliópolis in exchange for about 30 million last summer, He will alternate and / or steal the title many times despite the fact that the Compostela striker’s numbers are not being the best. So far Borja has scored only three goals for Betis, all of them in the League.Barcelona asked for Loren in search of a substitute for the injured Luis Suárez, but Betis asked for more than 20 million euros. The Lokomotiv in Moscow also tried him in winter, but it also did not reach the amounts that Betis wanted then, willing to price him more than 30 for the teams that will surely be interested in his 9 squad next summer.
Obviously for many footballers it is not necessary to insist on the viewing of their last matches because they are sick of this sport and try to improve in each and every aspect – the Dutchman Frenkie de Jong was the last to admit that he was reviewing the day after his game and a very harsh self-criticism was imposed on their performance-, but there are others that have to be pushed a little so that they stay hooked on football.As of today, Barcelona players are doing four weekly work sessions, divided into twenty minutes of cardiorespiratory activity, plus half an hour of neuromuscular and tendon workloads, and with a final section of ball exercises to minimize loss of the sensations typical of a soccer player, both in static and dynamic ability and in proprioception and specific motor control. Quique Setién takes advantage of all the telematic conversations she has with her pupils to remind them to continue watching games Soccer as a method of disconnection from confinement and as an internalization of learning. In fact, among the table of personalized physical exercises that count, the viewing of matches and even more specifically that of matches that have been played lately are also added.The reason that the technicians argue is threefold: first because it serves so that the player can reproduce the same movement that he sees on the screen, second because he can extrapolate it in game actions of ten to twenty seconds and third, because it serves as a method of disconnection from the difficult situation he is experiencing in the lockdown.In fact, within the sections that are being worked on by the physical trainers so that the soccer players do not lose their shape, the viewing of matches has been integrated as psychological help, in which they also There are the telematic meetings of the coach with the staff, either individually or in groups, such as the one that Setien called on April 14.
Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina View comments China population now over 1.4 billion as birthrate falls Jury of 7 men, 5 women selected for Weinstein rape trial Manuel, Alaska send TNT to 1st loss Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Winfrey details her decision to withdraw from Simmons film Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netCreamline swerved right back on the winning track and bulldozed through PayMaya in straight sets, 25-18, 25-23, 25-19, in the Premier Volleyball League Reinforced Conference Sunday at People’s Gym in Tuguegarao City.The vaunted Cool Smashers, who have the likes of Alyssa Valdez, Michele Gumabao, Melissa Gohing, and Jia Morado lost to BanKo in five sets, 22-25, 25-16, 25-23, 17-25, 15-11, on Saturday slashing their hopes if a sweep of the eliminations.ADVERTISEMENT Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Creamline improved to a 2-1 record the same record the High Flyers have.Kuttika Kaewpin led the way for the Cool Smashers with 17 points while Valdez and Gumabao pitched in a combined 20 points.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownNicole Rountree put up 17 points for the High Flyers but she got little help from her teammates.PayMaya’s second-leading scorer of the match was Aiko Urdas who put up eight. Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding LATEST STORIES Dave Chappelle donates P1 million to Taal relief operations Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next
The Liberia Albino Society (LAS) on Monday organized an impressive celebration marking World Albino Day in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.LAS executive director Patricia Logan made an impassioned plea to the Liberian public to reach out in love and compassion to our Albino brothers and sisters, who are in that condition through no fault of their own. It is a phenomenon found throughout the world.In some societies, such as Tanzania, these people are very badly treated. Some are even abused in human sacrifice, making life extremely difficult and unbearable for them. Such an extremity is thankfully not found in Liberia. Still, Liberians need to do more to help them cope with life. We should all, whenever we come across them, display a positive attitude toward them, treating them just as we treat any other person, without seeming condescending or feeling sorry for them; but displaying love, fellowship and kindness.Executive Director made a broader appeal on behalf of Albinos. She called on government and the larger society to help provide quality education form these people, in order to equip them with the intellectual preparedness and skills they need to live in society.We call on all people of goodwill, wherever they are–in families, clubs, civic and social groups, educational and religious institutions, Non-Governmental Organizations and the business community to think of ways in which they can help Albinos.This is society. We also appeal to the government of Liberia to think creatively of ways in which its various entities can help these people. The government runs many educational institutions, including primary, secondary, vocational, technical and tertiary ones. GOL should challenge each of these institutions to find ways in which they can creatively involve these people and absorb them in the various educational facilities.Students, faculty and staff everywhere should be given special skills in dealing not just with Albinos but all others with special needs, so that there exists an atmosphere of camaraderie, friendship and belonging.GOL and other groups should offer scholarship opportunities to Albinos to give them easier access to schools. We further call on employers to open their doors to Albinos. This will enable them to feel a normal part of society and help them to integrate more freely amongst their compatriots.All organizations catering specifically to the needs of Albinos should help them with communication skills that will empower them to relate more effectively among themselves and with others. We believe that these ideas will help our Albino compatriots to fit more easily in society and feel a greater sense belonging and citizenship.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Nearly two weeks after ‘Operation Safeway’ was launched in efforts to curb the spiking road fatalities, over 1500 cases have been filed against errant road users.Traffic Chief Dion MooreAccording to the Guyana Police Force (GPF), a notable decrease in all categories of road accidents is evident just eight days after the operation was launched.It has long been identified that the main causes of accidents are often speeding and drunk driving, and despite several steps undertaken by the GPF to discourage the practice, drivers continue to operate recklessly on the country’s roadways.Under ‘Operation Safeway’, a total of 1546 cases were made out thus far: 567 were for speeding and 96 for driving under the influence of alcohol. Additionally, the police noted that on Friday night alone, 152 persons were given a breathalyzer test and 28 were found to be above the legal limit.In light of increasing fatal accidents on the country’s roadways, the Police Force on September 15 launched ‘Operation Safeway’ in another effort to clamp down on the worrying occurrence.To this end, on Thursday last the Traffic Department received additional equipment for distribution to the various divisions to aid in the exercise.Traffic Chief, Dion Moore, underscored the need for the ranks to be fully equipped to efficiently carry out their duties.Among the items distributed are radar guns, breathalyzers, flashing wands, reflector vests and traffic cones.“In all of the divisions, there will be ongoing operations by day and by night. At night, you will have more vehicular patrols and within those patrols you will find ranks providing random breathalyzer and speed testing hence the additional equipment,” the Traffic Chief stated.Moore had disclosed too that since the establishment of ‘Operation Safeway’, there has been one fatal accident at Unity, East Coast Demerara, which claimed the lives of two persons. He also detailed that the Division with the most arrests under this exercise is the ‘A’ Division (Georgetown/East Bank Demerara) followed by ‘B’ Division (Berbice).According to Traffic Chief Moore, the Traffic Department is currently utilising more than 200 ranks to execute the operation. Moreover, he disclosed that ranks are working on a 24-hour shift basis, with special emphasis on the night period.“We find within the nights, we have to take off the foot patrol ranks and utilise vehicles to have more mobile patrols for the exercise,” he remarked.‘Operation Safeway’ is ongoing and, according to the Traffic Chief, there is no tentative date when it will be relaxed. The aim is to have more road safety-conscious drivers and to promote better driving attitudes as well as road safety practices.
Hours after robbing a gas vendor at Windsor Forest, West Coast Demerara of $100,000 in cash, three suspects were arrested in a nearby abandoned rice field.The three suspects after being apprehended by the PoliceBased on reports received, the vendor, who sells gas and kerosene oil at times on a horse cart, was intercepted by the three cutlass-wielding bandits on Monday morning and relieved of the money that he had in his possession.The horse cart with the gas cylinders owned by the victimAfter committing the robbery, the three men made good their escape on foot.The Police were summoned to the area, and a manhunt was launched to find the three suspects. After two hours, they were found hiding in the abandoned rice field with the cutlasses used in commission of the robbery in their possession.The bandits were taken into custody, and were positively identified by the victim. The men are being processed for court.
Whittier Union High School District officials sent out a recorded message to their students Friday night. “Over the past three days, students in Whittier and surrounding communities have reported they were aggressively confronted by a group of adult males as they walked home from school,” the recording stated. “We strongly encourage students to use safety precautions when walking to school, walking home, or walking around the community.” 165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WHITTIER – Police believe they have put a stop to a series of “drive-up” robberies targeting high-school students. Three males, all under the age of 18, have been arrested and charged with robbing high school-age people wearing iPods, said Whittier Police Department spokesman Jason Zuhlke. The males are suspected of driving up to teenagers wearing iPods, and demanding their iPods and other valuables. “It was unusual,” said Zuhlke. “The M.O. (sic) was not terribly startling, but what was of more concern was that they were targeting kids walking home from school. They brandished a shotgun and knife.”
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.Palisades, Venice and Taft (the defending City champion) grabbed the top three seeds in descending order. San Pedro’s lone loss in the City Section came at the beginning of the season to Palisades, but it looks to have an excellent shot of putting together a deep postseason run. Carson, which enjoyed a bit of a renaissance by reclaiming second place in the Marine League, earned the No. 8 seed and opens at home with No. 25 Manual Arts. No. 17 Narbonne travels to No. 16 Cleveland, and No. 26 King-Drew treks to No. 7 Bell. The winners from the first round advance to the championship bracket and the losers form the invitational bracket. The finals for all divisions are Saturday, Nov. 17, at Occidental College. From staff reports The San Pedro girls volleyball team earned the No. 4 seed at the L.A. City Section playoff seedings meeting on Tuesday night at Hamilton High, leading a group of four Marine League schools into the City Championships. San Pedro is trying to advance to its fourth straight City title match and will be seeking its third City title in four years. San Pedro opens the playoffs at home against No.29 South East. All first-round matches will be Thursday at 7 p.m. at the site of the better seed. In the Bay League … Redondo 3, Palos Verdes 0: Megan Saraceno had nine kills and eight digs in a 25-13, 25-18, 25-17 home win. Molly Goldbach added four kills and 11 digs. Lauren Allen recorded 19 assists and five digs for Redondo (25-5, 8-1). Mira Costa 3, Leuzinger 0: Jackie Gardner had nine kills to lead host Mira Costa in a 25-5, 25-5, 25-1 win. Erica Lau and Kristin Beals each added six kills for Mira Costa (28-0, 9-0). Peninsula 3, West Torrance 0: Kylie Tarpening led visiting Peninsula with 13 kills, 11 digs and four aces in a 25-18, 25-21, 25-22 win. Laura Day had six kills, nine digs and two aces for West (12-15, 1-8). In the Prep League … Chadwick 3, Mayfield 0: Michelle McCarthy had 17 kills, four aces and 28 digs to rally host Chadwick in its 23-25, 21-25, 26-24, 27-25, 17-15 win. Casey Reed added 10 kills and 29 digs for Chadwick (11-3, 9-3). Mayfield (11-1 in league) is the top-ranked team in its division. In the Pioneer League . . . El Segundo 3, Lawndale 0: Jen Stutzel led host El Segundo with 10 kills and four aces in its 25-11, 25-9, 25-14 win. Toni Alugbue had eight kills for El Segundo (5-10, 4-5). Torrance 3, Centennial 0: Maral Satari led host Torrance with six kills and four aces in a 25-5, 25-8, 25-10 victory. Heather Garza had five kills and 10 aces for Torrance (17-9, 6-3). In a nonleague match … Vistamar 3, St. Anthony 0: Lucy Tauber had 11 kills in a 25-15, 25-18, 25-17 win for host Vistamar (11-5). Leanne Gutierrez swept in singles as Pioneer League champion South Torrance posted an 11-7 win over visiting North Torrance. Esther Kim also swept in singles for South (11-7, 8-0). North is 13-6 overall, 6-3 in league. Also in the Pioneer League . . . El Segundo 12, Torrance 6: The doubles teams of Hoa Tran-Hope Schaffer, Kiki Onaga-Sanam Madhab and Elisa Buckner-Jamie Burkhard each swept their sets for host El Segundo. Yan Thanh Tran won two of three sets for Torrance (1-12, 0-9). In the Bay League . . . Mira Costa 11, Peninsula 7: Nicole Gibbs dropped two points, sweeping her three sets to help host Mira Costa (15-5, 6-2) clinch second place in league. Cze-Ja Tam won two singles sets for Peninsula (13-7, 4-4). Palos Verdes 14, West Torrance 4: Jasmine Moezzi won her three singles sets at love for host Palos Verdes. Wendy Whitcombe also swept her three singles sets for Palos Verdes (17-3, 8-0). In the Prep League … Chadwick 13, Mayfield 5: Cait Bartlett and Miya Jin swept their three singles sets to help visiting Chadwick (10-4, 8-0) clinch the Prep League. In the Del Rey League Tournament . . . Bishop Montgomery’s Melanie Scott defeated teammate Lauren Williams in a semifinal at Whittier Narrows to move on to the final. Bishop Montgomery’s doubles teams of Tori Pueblos-Yoshimi Yoshida and Christine Daniels-Genevieve Bever will meet in Thursday’s final. In the Olympic League doubles tournament … The CAMS doubles teams of Kemi Oyewole-Gabriele Newman and Maya Parker-Haley Costigan both won their semifinal matches at Brentwood. The final is Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Girls tennis Boys water polo Mike Katzer scored five goals to help host Palos Verdes edge Redondo, 10-9, in the Bay League. Michal Halac added three goals for Palos Verdes (14-7, 4-3). Ryan Vint led Redondo (10-11, 1-5) with five goals.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Would you like to join a pub crawl fundraising event in aid of Living Links? The Donegal branch of the charity is based in the Family Enrichment Centre, Stranorlar. Living Links helps greatly by providing practical help, information and support to persons bereaved by suicide. Letterkenny man Gary Ramsey is organising a pub crawl for this special charity for Saturday the 16th of July and promises it will be a night to remember.Gary plans on visiting 14 pubs along Letterkenny Main Street and collecting as many donations as possible along the way. The crew will spend 30 mins in each pub to have a mineral, water or a sneaky beer.Gary is looking for as many volunteers as possible to help this great charity while having some craic along the way.Even if you can only join for an hour or two, it would be greatly appreciated. You can RSVP by contacting Gary on 089 4428691. Unfortunately suicide has touched a lot of families, so by supporting this great cause they hope to raise as much as possible for living links.This is a registered event and all proceeds will go to Living Links.To learn more about this truly amazing charity you can check out their website.ARE YOU INTERESTED IN GOING ON A PUB CRAWL IN AID OF LIVING LINKS? was last modified: July 4th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:charityfundraisingletterkennyliving linkspub crawlsuicide awareness
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez has been landed with a misconduct charge from the Football Association following comments made about the appointment of Andy Madley as referee for the match against Preston.The Spaniard had raised the issue of Huddersfield-born Madley taking charge of what was at the time a crucial game in the promotion race when Preston visited St James’ Park on Monday April 24, which Newcastle went on to win 4-1.Madley was born in Huddersfield and his home-town club were then potentially still in the race for automatic promotion, which Newcastle and Brighton have since secured.A statement from the FA on Thursday read: “Rafael Benitez has been charged with misconduct in respect of comments he made about the appointed match referee, prior to Newcastle United’s game against Preston North End on Monday 24 April 2017.“It is alleged his comments were improper and/or brought the game into disrepute contrary to FA Rule E3(1). He has until 6pm Tuesday9 May 2017 to respond to the charge.”Social media had been awash with conspiracy theories, and Benitez admitted in his pre-match press conference he had been “really surprised with the assignation”.The Spaniard said: ”I was really surprised with the assignation, but we have to trust the referees. We haven’t had too much luck this year with some decisions, but I have always a lot of respect for the referees.”I know it’s a difficult job. Hopefully everything will be fine and nobody will be talking about the referee at the end of the game.” 1 Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez