Lasure and Joselu, to recover the lost prominence

first_imgLaBiga SmartBank* Data updated as of January 20, 2020 Joselu, on the other hand, is aware of the level of demand. “That’s what they signed me for”He exposed. “I accept the label as a challenge. The game model comes as a ring to my finger, which is important. I hope I can help with goals, but I don’t usually score figures. I want to help and hopefully many. “For its part, Víctor Moreno also took the floor to update market news. With ten days ahead, work is being done to improve the team, but with some caution. “We want to see the proposals launched by the market itself. They could be options the central lane, the second line after the injuries of Bermejo, Lasso and Nahuel, in addition to the particular situations of Naranjo and Malbasic. We will see how it develops, “he said.On some specific names, the sports director said that for Aitor Sanz or Milla to leave (two names that have sounded) “the conditions of exit would have to be enormously beneficial in the sport and economic. But I don’t want to be blunt in my response because one situation could provoke a very positive one. “The Cuenca, finally, He was more than satisfied with the task of Rubén Baraja in front of the bench, “both in the daily routine and in the competitive seriousness of the campus. He has had tact, preserving elements that were on the right track, but also printing his particular stamp. I’m hopeful. “ Daniel Lasure (Zaragoza, 1994) and Joselu Moreno (Huelva, 1991) are the two new faces of this winter market in Tenerife and both were officially presented at noon of this Monday. The left-handed side arrives on loan from Zaragoza with a mandatory option to retain it in case of promotion to First Division while the forward does it on loan from Oviedo And in his case will continue on the Island to achieve the goal of permanence.“It’s the first time I leave home and for me it is a challenge to come to Tenerife, who has insisted a lot for me “, counted the defense who barely participated in nine meetings this campaign. “I needed to leave Oviedo. Three months ago I was not summoned,” said the scorer, whose last meeting was in October. On Sunday, against Girona, he was already in the call.center_img “I’m feeling pretty good,” Lasure said. who follows in his set up. “I do not know if I will reach the Cup match; we will see every day, but I am fine. I am getting fit, qualifying some small detail. I don’t want to go into precipitation, but I’m getting better and better, “he added.last_img

Madrid studies bunkerizar Valdebebas for the coronavirus

first_imgWith respect to the teams of the lower categories affected and due to the measures adopted by the Community of Madrid, the Madrid Football Federation of Madrid decided to suspend all federated football competitions in its territory from March 11 until next day 26. This decision affects the next two days . As a result of this measure, up to 10 teams from the Madrid quarry will not play their respective matches. These teams are Juvenile C, Cadets A and B, Infantiles A and B, Alevínes A and B, Benjamines A and B and Prebenjamín. The proposed dates to recover those two days are April 11-12 and May 2-3. Madrid studies bunkerizar Valdebebas for the coronavirus. The white club will meet tomorrow Wednesday 11 to see if Zidane finally offers its usual press conference prior to the meeting against Eibar on Friday (9:00 p.m., Movistar LaLiga), as well as which teams in the lower categories are affected. At first, Zidane is not going to have his frequent meeting with the Press either before measuring himself to the armory set or after the clash. Most likely, the coach speaks to the official media of the club both in the previous and in the post-match to know his impressions. There will also be no media presence in the 15 open minutes that are offered for training. On Friday, In the Santiago Bernabéu stadium there will be the minimum and essential staff so that the meeting can take place, as will also happen next Saturday 21 in the match that the Whites will play against Valencia.last_img

Lukaku reveals that Inter players already had coronavirus symptoms in January

first_imgRomelu Lukaku, Belgian striker for Inter MIlán, has made a surprising revelation during an Intagram Live conversation with Kat Kerkhofs, Belgian television presenter and wife of his compatriot Dries Mertens, player of Naples. “23 out of 25 Inter players were already sick with cough and fever at the beginning of the year, but we were not tested for coronavirus, despite the fact that central Milan Skriniar almost passed out and had to be replaced during a match “. Lukaku hints that there were already cases of positive for COVID-19 in Series A before testing began. Lukaku puts the focus on the clash between Inter and Cagliri in which his partner Skriniar had to be changed after 17 minutes of play because he was ill. “We had a week off in January, we went back to work and I swear that 23 of the 25 players were sick. I’m not kiddingLukaku said during their Instagram conversation “Everyone coughed and had a fever. When I was warming up, I felt much hotter than usual. I hadn’t had a fever in years“The former Chelsea and United striker continued.” After the game there was a planned dinner with sponsor Puma, but I couldn’t go. I went straight to bed. We never did the tests at that time, so we’ll never know for sure, “Lukaku’s surprising interview ended.last_img

Fighting an Invisible Enemy the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD): HEALTHCARE WORKERS IN LIBERIA

first_imgThe Clinical health care workers form the front line battling “brigade” fighting against an extremely dangerous, deadly and uncompromising “gorilla-style” invisible enemy fighter ( THE EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE) that comes camouflaged in clinical clothing that resembles malaria, typhoid, and other common benign infections thereby eluding its opponent, the Clinical health care worker, before it strikes.Today there is a PALPABLE FEAR amongst clinical health workers, and very genuinely so, because the Ebola virus has disproportionately affected the clinical health workers. What is most frightening is the public disbelieve in the existence of the Ebola disease and therefore not taking the necessary preventive measures, which is due to their lack of trust in the system, Inadequacy of public education, insincerity of patients presenting for treatment (falsifying their symptoms when they know they are infected with the virus), inadequacy of training and protective gears to work with; the lack of functional prevention and control units in health facilities, and lack of adequate  health insurance for healthcare workers in the event when the unthinkable happens to them so that their families can be adequately cared for.Unfortunately these Clinical health workers are the people who are dismissed, called greedy or punished whenever they ask for a little increment in their meager salaries. Today they are laying their lives on death row like soldiers in battlefront, in order to save the rest of the Liberian population.To all my Colleagues (Healthcare workers in Liberia) there is no room for a dead hero in our profession kindly be prudent in the execution of your duties. While you should not neglect your patients you should be wise and careful enough to know which cases you can treat and which ones you should refer.To my fellow Liberians let us trust the government and help to prevent the spread of this deadly disease and therefore help to protect the Health workers and the public at large.With all the above the following recommendations in my opinion are necessary.Updated guidelines on the prevention and control of EVD be distributed to all health facilities private or public so that health workers can have them readily available when encountering a patient. If necessary be laminated and placed in screening rooms similar to the posters for the diseases under active surveillance.Government should establish an Infectious disease prevention bureau that will be solely responsible for the implementation of prevention and control of infectious diseases in the Liberia.Military should get involved in quarantining of patients at the isolation centers to avoid patients leaving the center.Vigorous contacts tracing to ensure all contacts are placed under surveillance for the 21 days incubation period.Vigilant border control measures Ministry of Internal Affairs should Mandate all superintendents of counties to mandate all district commissioners, city mayors, and tribal chiefs to strictly implement the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health.That good health care including nutrition is given to patients at the isolation to enhance their chances of survival.That emphasis on Health education in all tribal dialects is immediately implemented through electronic, print and social media.That there be compensatory consideration to families of health workers who die from the disease during the course of their duty.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img

Six high school jazz bands to perform Friday

first_imgWHITTIER – The glory days of the swing era will be revived Friday when six local high school jazz bands perform at a Battle of the Bands. But the event, to be held at Whittier Area Community Church, is not really a battle in the strictest sense, organizers said. “Official winners are not part of the battle tradition,” said John Nelson, co-chairman of the event. “There is no first, second or third. The competition is just the two bands sitting side by side, alternating pieces.” Performing will be jazz bands from La Serna, California, La Mirada, Santa Fe, Pioneer and Brea Olinda high schools. 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! The bands will take the stage two at a time. A coin flip will determine which band plays first. After the two performances, the two bands will come together to play one last piece. “That’s the tradition and that’s the way we do it,” Nelson said. Tickets for the event, which begins at 7 p.m., are $10 each. For ticket information call (714) 529-3703 or (562) 945-2221. For more on this story, pick up tomorrow’s Whittier Daily News. last_img

Insider Trading: Reus rejects Borussia Dortmund deal? Plus, Man United transfer update!

first_imgtalkSPORT’s transfer guru, Warren Haughton, joins Hawksbee and Jacobs to round up all the very latest rumours and gossip.Our man in the know tells the boys about Marco Reus after he reportedly rejected a new Borussia Dortmund contract, which could spark interest from Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool.There’s the latest on the tug-of-war between Tottenham and Liverpool for Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez, and Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku’s future.Latest transfer news and rumours on talkSPORT.com:Exclusive – Arsenal’s Jenkinson destined for West Ham, claims Hull boss BruceAtletico Madrid offered Liverpool and Chelsea targetBarcelona to raid Liverpool again? Spanish reports claim Reds defender set to follow SuarezWest Ham and QPR go head-to-head over France World Cup starExclusive – Liverpool top four warning! Sign striker or miss out, claims Anfield greatAC Milan in pole position to land Everton targetRobinho not in line for Turkey move, insists agent of ex-Man City forwardLiverpool target another Saints star! Reds ready to fight Tottenham for RodriguezExclusive – Boost for Liverpool! Bony available for ‘right offer’, claims Swansea chairmanAC Milan remain keen on Arsenal forwardQPR weigh up shock move for ex-Barcelona ace?Valencia aim to beat Premier League trio to £5m Greek defenderValencia closing in on £20m-rated Manchester United targetlast_img

Transfer rumours and paper review – Saturday, September 26

first_img Transfer rumours and paper review 1 Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers…Jack Grealish is valued higher than the record fee paid by a British club, according to Tim Sherwood. The Aston Villa manager insists he would not accept a bid worth £60million for the 20-year-old playmaker. (Daily Mail)Simon Mignolet is facing a fight to save his Liverpool career. Brendan Rodgers, whose own future is under serious threat, is losing patience with the Belgian goalkeeper and the club’s transfer committee have started the process of identifying potential replacements for the former Sunderland man. (Daily Mail)Watford will not allow Emmanuel Adebayor to train with the club but manager Quique Sanchez Flores is not ruling out a January move for the forward. (Daily Mail)Brazilian starlet Alisson wants a move to Manchester United. The 22-year-old currently plays for Cruzeiro and has been tipped for a move to Europe at some point – and he has set his sights on a switch to Old Trafford. (Daily Mirror)Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is readying a January bid for Juventus defender Daniele Rugani. (Calcio Mercato)And here’s the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…Reports – Leicester agree deal to sign former Inter Milan midfielderAlexandre Pato had a ‘very nice offer’ from Manchester United just hours before close of transfer windowBarcelona sensation Neymar confirms he held talks with Manchester United in the summerFormer Arsenal and Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor eyed by Turkish side Antalyasporlast_img

Mourinho declares there will be no deadline day arrivals at Man United

first_img Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade 2 Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland RANKED Mourinho’s United kick off the new Premier League season against Leicester on Friday night Barcelona’s Yerry Mina, Leicester’s Harry Maguire and Bayern Munich’s Jerome Boateng have all be linked with potential deadline day moves to Old Trafford.Meanwhile Chelsea attacker Willian has also been rumoured to be on United’s radar.Mourinho warned last weekend that a “difficult season” could lie ahead if they failed to strengthen the squad before the deadline.The lack of new faces compounds issues surrounding the United squad heading into the Premier League season.Sergio Romero, Valencia, Marcos Rojo, Dalot, Ander Herrera and Matic are all injured for Leicester’s visit, while Mourinho needs to check on the fitness of those that returned late from the World Cup. smart causal gameday cracker boost silverware Latest Manchester United News Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won 2 Fred is one of three signings made by Mourinho this summer Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REVEALED How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Solskjaer gives Pogba fitness update and calls him world’s best all-round midfielder REVEALED IN DEMAND deals Speaking at a press-conference on Thursday (deadline day) morning, Mourinho said: “I’m not confident. The market closes today.“It’s time at least for me to stop thinking about the market, because the market will be closed.”When asked directly whether there will be any ins or outs whatsoever for United in the remaining hours of the transfer window, Mourinho simply stated: “The information I have is no.”The 55-year-old has reportedly been targeting new centre-backs and right wingers, but now appears resigned to the fact he will not be getting what he wants. possible standings Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? “They returned on Monday,” he said. “They trained Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and today, so you can imagine they are not really fit and ready. But we have needs.“The list that I gave you before of the injured players is an important list and today after training I will speak with that group of players (back from the World Cup) because everybody is different, physically and mentally, to see how available they feel.“Because it is very important how they feel and to understand how they think they can help or not help.”Marcus Rashford, Phil Jones, Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku made slightly early returns so could be involved on Friday, perhaps helping to boost the mood of a manager who has looked downbeat for much of the summer.Pre-season has clearly been a frustrating time for Mourinho, while a perceived lack of respect for leading his side to second spot last term has got under his skin.“My view is that first of all it is difficult for me to believe that we finished second when I listen, when I read – not much but sometimes I do,” the United boss said.“It is difficult to believe that we finished second because you are capable of making people that finish second look like they were relegated, and people who win nothing, finish below us, and you make them look like serial winners.“So it’s difficult for me to understand or to feel or to believe that we finished second, which I keep saying that I – and sometimes it’s also difficult to believe – that I won eight championships and three Premier Leagues.“But I keep saying and thinking and feeling that the second last season was one of my biggest achievements in the game.” Jose Mourinho is not expecting Manchester United to make any deadline day signings.The Portuguese manager has publicly expressed frustrations at his club’s lack of business throughout their pre-season campaign, and does not believe he will be satisfied today.Having signed Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant, the Portuguese hoped to bring in two more players.last_img

Rangers fans blasted by Spanish press for having ‘reputation of troublemakers’

first_img Latest Europa League news They run a story which claims the match has been put in the ‘high risk’ category due to alleged incidents that have occurred during Rangers’ previous European away trips.3,000 fans are expected to travel to Villarreal for Thursday’s match, and Marca, as translated by Sport Witness, say the supporters have earned themselves the ‘reputation of troublemakers’. 2 Rangers fans have earned themselves the ‘reputation of troublemakers’, according to one leading Spanish newspaper.The Gers get their Europa League campaign under way on Thursday evening with a trip to Villarreal of La Liga, with Steven Gerrard leading the Ibrox club back into a European competition for the first time since their liquidation in 2012. Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman on target Rangers head into the fixture on a high having made light work of Dundee on Saturday – securing a 4-0 win at Ibrox – but they know they’ll have their work cut out to get out their Europa League group, which also includes Rapid Wien and Spartak Moscow.Securing all three points against Villarreal would be a perfect start to their European campaign, and Gerrard will be hoping the Rangers fans have travelled in force to push their team on at El Madrigal.However, Spanish paper Marca have spoken out about the Rangers faithful. Gerrard successfully guided Rangers back into European competition Marca have criticised the Rangers support 2 Rangers host Rapid and Spartak at Ibrox before their next Europa League away game, a trip to Moscow in early November.last_img

CHEER UP!: WARM SPELL ON WAY FOR DONEGAL – SUMMER WILL BE BETTER, SAYS FORECASTER

first_imgA TOP weather forecaster is predicting a better than average summer for Donegal – with the first of a number of warm spells arriving this weekend and temperatures of up to 23C.Peter O’Donnell of Irish Weather Online (www.irishweatheronline) told donegaldaily.com that things will get better.Said Peter: “I am continuing to think that the summer may average slightly above normal in temperatures despite this recent cold week, and there are currently indications of a warm spell starting around 24 June. “The idea of a “heat wave summer” may be a bit optimistic but then it was made for southeast England rather than any part of Ireland, and noting that you are in Donegal, I would say expect either average or slightly better than average summer weather, with a tendency to less rainfall as we move through the season.”For the next few days he is forecasting sunshine and showers for the rest of the week with a noticeable change however starting on Saturday.He says there may be some morning showers, misty or foggy in places, but turning warmer, some hazy sunshine developing, highs 19-23 C.Sunday will have sunny intervals with highs 19-23 C. He added: “It will be onsiderably warmer next week too, but with some vigorous frontal passages and showers or thunderstorms with these, followed by slightly cooler air masses lasting a day or two before more warming occurs.“In general, expect the period 25 June to 10 July to be 1-3 degrees above normal in temperature.”CHEER UP!: WARM SPELL ON WAY FOR DONEGAL – SUMMER WILL BE BETTER, SAYS FORECASTER was last modified: June 21st, 2011 by gregShare 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:donegal summerDonegal weather sunnyhigher temperaturesirish weather onlinepeter o’donnelllast_img