It should be noted that these four strikers are all of the most prominent in the scoring side wearing the shirt of the Castellon team, Rossi and Forlán being the most prolific strikers in history; while Victor and Craioveanu are among the best.To these strikers who scored in their debut two special cases are added, since they are two youth players who scored on their first day, such as Jonathan Pereira and Fernando Niño. A special club in which they are not forward like: Gerard Moreno, Sonny Anderson, Bakambu, Joseba Llorente, Nihat, Roberto Soldado, Tomasson or Ekambi among others.And what if they would be Villarreal players who also scored in their premiere, but the team being in the Second Division, which would be players like: Jeremy Perbet, Walter Pandiani and Fernando Cavenaghi. Paco Alcácer debuted with Villarreal marking in his first game, seeing door at forty-five minutes of the game against Osasuna at the Ceramics Stadium. A circumstance that makes the Valencian striker one of the strikers of Villarreal that starts marking in his debut with his new team, something that makes him part of a group of chosen yellow history.And is that the group of strikers who premiered in the top category was made up of five players, What are they: Gica Craioveanu, Víctor Fernández, Giuseppe Rossi, Gio Dos Santos and Diego Forlán, to which the Valencian striker now joins.
Since he took over the club and after a good preseason, Ángel López has played only four official matches, all this after the club decided to sell to practically half a team and sign up to fifteen new players.The first one was that of the first Ecuadorian Super Cup in history, in which he had no luck and ended up falling in the penalty shootout after drawing against Liga de Quito. Two weeks later the championship began and resolved the first match against the Aucas with victory at home in a difficult field (1-2). On the following day they had an important duel and Dolphin lost to him Barcelona for a single goal (1-2), this being a difficult game in which any result could have been given, that is, that was contemplated from the beginning that they could not win the match. Even so, the team was winning 1-0 and was traced after the expulsion of two players, so winning and being traced to keep nine does not seem reprehensible. But defeat to University Technician (0-2) on the third day it was enough for the president of Delfin, José Delgado, who had no patience and decided to stop counting on the Spanish coach although he has not had time to finish establishing his style and working methods. All this a few hours after starting his career in the Copa Libertadores against Olimpia (in their group they were also Defense and Justice Y Saints). Thanks guys! I am left with your unconditional support, respect and appreciation for the work done. On 3 dates it is not possible to evaluate or prove anything … We were on the right track we all knew. pic.twitter.com/o0mibjVnWj– Ángel LÓPEZ (@alopezcoach) March 4, 2020Ángel López, despite the way in which everything has ended, has decided to thank the support of a staff that until the last moment was on his side and that even tried to stop his march as you may have known ACE, although he regrets that they have not given him room to maneuver to demonstrate his qualities: “Thank you guys! I am left with your unconditional support, respect and appreciation for the work done. On three dates it is not possible to evaluate or prove anything … We were on the right track we all knew.”It seems a hasty decision by the president of Delfin after changing half of the squad, the coaching staff and demanding the same results as last year (the best in its history) in such a short time, when direct rivals such as Emelec They still have two points less than them. Delfín has dispensed with his coach, Ángel López, after just four games at the head of the team. The cetacean group has decided to hire the technician Carlos Ischia instead, whose last jobs have been in The strongest (Bolivia), Aucas (Ecuador) and Barcelona (Ecuador). Nevertheless, It is striking that the champion of Ecuador has decided to dispense so quickly with a coach for whom they had bet heavily, hiring even a large part of his coaching staff after seeing the great work he had done at the head of the selection of Equatorial Guinea: “I did not want to leave”, Madrid says to this newspaper.
Final week Patrick Mouratoglou launched an open letter to lift consciousness about the monetary scenario of tennis gamers ranked outdoors the prime 100, which achieved a worldwide strategy amongst the tennis neighborhood. At the similar time, world quantity 6 Stefanos Tsitsipas, who was out of the top-100 till 2017, had an excellent thought that may assist assist his ATP and WTA teammates ranked past the prime 100. Stefanos contacted Patrick to affix forces and make this concept a actuality. Patrick Mouratoglou, coach of Serena Williams and mentor of Stefanos Tsitsipas, has answered the name of the Greek tennis participant to set up an auction with which to assist financially to the ATP and WTA gamers who’re beneath the top-100 in each rankings.The French technician and businessman of Hellenic origin, collaborates decisively in the initiative Past 100 AssistInitially the brainchild of the Australian Open semi-finalist and ATP Finals champion. Each wish to assist those that are blaming this season the havoc most attributable to the coronavirus pandemic.
Paulo Dybala (26 years old) has returned positive for coronavirus. As told Josep Pedrerol, presenter of “El Chiringuito de Jugones”, the Argentine tested positive after a new test to detect if he had the Covid-19. It has tested positive four times in a month and a half. Dybala signed by the Juventus in 2014 from Palermo. In his 216 games with Vecchia Signora he has scored 91 goals and has provided 36 assists. 10 The Juventus player announced on March 21 that he had tested positive for coronavirus with his girlfriend. The Argentine is totally asymptomatic and will continue his home isolation in Turin. Dybala recounted at the beginning of April how he lived the symptoms: “I had a tired body, cough, cold at night … it was a bit of living with it and not despair.”
South Korean striker Tottenham Son Heung-min has accomplished his obligatory three-week military service at a coaching camp on the island of Jeju, with the Ninth Marine Brigade of the South Korean Military. Are He has graduated with honors as the primary of his promotion due to his disposition and his good work. AFP ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>AFP
EXETER, England (AP):Brad Smith scored for Liverpool in the 73rd minute as the English Premier League side twice hit back to draw 2-2 with fourth-tier Exeter in the FA Cup yesterday.Liverpool have never lost to fourth-tier opposition but were just 17 minutes away from making unwanted history.Tom Nichols put Exeter ahead in the ninth minute and despite Jerome Sinclair’s equaliser three minutes later, the hosts retook the lead on half-time through Lee Holmes. Smith then got the second equaliser for Juergen Klopp’s side.”It’s obvious what we have to learn in the future,” Klopp said to the BBC. “We have to be more robust. It was a difficult pitch. Exeter did really well. Maybe they know which part of the pitch you can play football. It was really difficult for us. On one-on-one situations they were more robust than our guys.”Klopp selected a squad that had 17 changes from the League Cup semi-final victory at Stoke on Tuesday against a side 76 places beneath them.Exeter went ahead when Nichols stretched for a low pass across goal from Jamie Reid and poked the ball into the bottom corner.Liverpool were level three minutes later when Exeter did not clear the ball and Sinclair steered it low past goalkeeper Robert Olejnik.Christian Ribeiro headed wide when unmarked for Exeter who retook the lead on half-time when Holmes scored direct from a corner after Liverpool goalkeeper Adam Bogdan misjudged the flight of the ball.Olejnik pushed a firm header from Christian Benteke over the bar and Liverpool equalised again when Smith hit a first-time shot into the net.
FOLLOWING last Saturday’s start of the 2016 athletics season with the Purewater/JC Invitational and the Herbert Morrison First Chance meets, action will switch to three venues today, with all three meets starting at 8:30 a.m.In the Corporate Area, the National Stadium will play host to the Douglas Forrest Invitational, while in central Jamaica, Manchester High will host the Charlie Fuller Field Events. The JAAA/Puma Development meet will take place at nearby Windalco, Kirkvine.All three meets will be used as qualifiers for the ISSA/GraceKennedy Boys and Girls’ Athletics Championships to be held between March 15-19 at the National Stadium and action is expected to move into another gear today as all three meets are expected to be well represented, with the top high school teams to be on show.At Manchester High, all the throwing events will be contested. At the Douglas Forrest meet, there will be both track and field events, with the track events being the 200m, 800m, 1500m, 400m hurdles with the high, long, and triple jumps being contested in the field.Over at Windalco, there will be no field events, but the scheduled 200m, 400m, 800m and 4x800m relays are sure to excite.
This was the second-longest winning streak in Girls’ Champs history, behind Vere Technical’s 15.All of Holmwood’s victories came under former head coach Maurice Wilson, who has served as technical leader of Jamaica’s senior track and field team, and is also a senior lecturer at G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sports.Holmwoods’ last victory came in 2013, Wilson’s final year in charge of the team, and since his departure the team has struggled to remain in the top three, finishing a disappointing fourthat the last twooutings.Wilson’s long-time assistant coach Dave Anderson, who has been in the programme for the past 17 years, has been given the mantle to try and revive the programme. He was promoted to the head coach position at the start of the season and he is very confident of restoring pride at the institution.”This will be a new challenge for me and I am up for it, and after finishing fourth in the past two years, my aim is to ensure that the team move from fourth to a positive position, and based on the work the girls have been putting in so far, I am very confident that we will go higher than fourth,” said Anderson.Two of his best middle-distance athletes in Shanieke Watson and Lisa Buchanan, who scored major points for them over the past few seasons, have left, but Anderson thinks he still has enough ammunition to continue to do well in this area.”The young ones have done well so far at the various meets, and I am confident they can fill the shoes of those two girls, and we do have people in all three classes who can hold their own,” he continued. “We are very strong right across the board, and we have been doing well on the track and our strength is in this area, but we do have quality people in the field events.””Being fourth for the past two years has been an unfamiliar position for us, and we think we have a team that can challenge for the title. When you look on second and third for the past two years it is around 17 points separation here and because we have not executed well on the days, especially the final day, we have finished fourth, but once we do execute well, I am confident we can move up.”
ARSENAL (4-2-3-1)CECH,BELLERIN, MERTESACKER, KOSCIELNY, MONREAL,FLAMINI, RAMSEY,CAMPBELL, OZIL, WALCOTT,GIROUDAGUERO,STERLING, SILVA, NAVAS,TOURE, FERNANDINHO,CLICHY, KOMPANY, OTAMENDI, SAGNA,HARTMAN CITY (4-2-3-1)This is the first clash of the season that may give a pointer to the potential winners of the Barclays Premier League. Arsenal are second, two points behind leaders Leicester City, while Manchester City are a point behind, in third place.Having won 2-0 at Aston Villa, Arsenal return to the Emirates where they have scored just 11 goals, but they have conceded only five there.Manchester City have three wins from their last seven games in the Premier League and they were fortunate to beat Swansea City at the Etihad Stadium.Arsenal will hope that Olivier Giroud can maintain his impressive run of goals. The Frenchman became the seventh Arsenal player to score 50 Premier League goals with the first in the 2-0 win over Villa last Sunday. Giroud scored his 50th goal in his 113th game.City have not got a great Premier League record at Arsenal. In 18 visits they have won just once, in April 2012, while drawing six, including four of the last six.
Rivoli enjoyed much of the early exchanges and certainly dominated the scoring chances from open play, while Tivoli Gardens were left to scrap off half chances and dead ball situations. The visitors almost doubled their lead, when from one of their many counter-attacks Nicholas Scott was dragged down in the penalty area by Tivoli’s Shavar Campbell as Rivoli continued to threaten. Campbell had to pay the price of a yellow card, but Jeremy Nelson’s ensuing penalty kick miss in what was the 39th minute spared both Campbell and his team any further setbacks. A few rolls of the die by the Tivoli Gardens bench saw Jamaica College standout Donovan Dawkins being replaced by the experienced Jermaine ‘Teddy’ Johnson, and the return was almost immediate as the hosts regained some attacking flair in the second half. Tivoli Gardens dominated the contest from this point and Andrew Christie brought them level in the 58th minute after heading home from point blank range. The winner also came from a header as captain Andre Morgan punched home the vital strike in the 88th minute to send the home crowd in a frenzy. In his first game back in charge, Bailey said: “In the second half, I think we showed guts and courage and the mentality that it takes in order to come out of relegation, so I am pleased with that aspect.” “There is a lot of work to be done. I am not promising anybody anything but I am just trying my best to ensure that the end of the season we will be in the league. I only can try,” Bailey told The Gleaner. Meanwhile, Rivoli United’s assistant Bradley Stewart blamed “poor officiating” for his team’s loss. Tivoli moved out of the relegation zone, to 10th place on 23 points, after leapfrogging Rivoli (22), and Waterhouse FC (21). The Glendon ‘Admiral’ Bailey effect was felt right away on the Tivoli Gardens bench. Bailey, who previously won two titles with Tivoli Gardens, returned to lead the struggling team to a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Rivoli United in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) at the Edward Seaga Sports Complex yesterday. It’s a return and a result that has left the Tivoli Gardens faithful a lot more confident in their belief that their team will avoid relegation after what has been a very disappointing season so far. The fixture was originally rescheduled after being abandoned due to a sewage-logged field. Things didn’t start too well for the hosts and it looked at, one point, to be heading towards another undesired result when Rivoli right back Kevin Graham slipped unmarked through the Tivoli Gardens defence to spank home the visitors’ opener with nine minutes on the clock. SHOTS ON GOAL