The possible rivals of Real Madrid in the Copa del Rey

first_imgBadalonaOne of the great surprises of the Cup. It comes from eliminating Getafe 2-0 and in the previous round he did the same with Real Oviedo (3-1). His success butcher contrasts with his precarious situation in the League: he is 16th in Group III with 20 points. His goalkeeper, José Luis Morales, is the most veteran active player in the first three categories of Spanish football. The goal turned 43 on December 26 and in April he will become the oldest player to play a match in the bronze division.Leonese CulturalA history of Spanish football that in recent years has become a classic of clashes against First teams in the KO tournament. in 16-17 Madrid already touched him (1-7 and 6-1) and last season he faced Barça and was about to scratch a draw in the Kingdom of León (0-1 and 4-1). In the 21st century he also received the Catalans again and twice the Atlético. The Aspire Academy project in Qatar is running second in group II with 38 points. He has eliminated Las Rozas (3-0) and Huesca (2-1). Dioni and Menudo form one of the most dangerous couples in attack.RecreationalThe Dean of Spanish football eliminated Hercules (0-1) and on penalties to Fuenlabrada (1-0). After being first of the group last season and falling in the playoff to the first of change, first precisely with Fuenla and then with Mirandés, he sails, with 24 points, in the middle of the group IV table.UD LogroñésThe leader of group II (has 41 points) is also in the hype after eliminating Marino de Luanco (2-1) and on penalties to Cádiz. It has become a regular Cup: since 2010 it has only missed two editions. It has on its staff César Caneda (41 years old), another veteran and historical of the category.Unionists of SalamancaIt is the sixth season in competition for this young team that was born to honor the Salamanca Sports Union. Last season he fell in the second round and this has eliminated Atlético Baleares (1-0) and penalties Deportivo (1-1). In League is antepenultimate of group II with 19 points. You can not play in the Helmántico because of its rivalry with the current Salamanca CF UDS, owner of the emblematic stadium. White’s rival will be one of eight survivors of Second B and Third. This is, The teams that may face Real Madrid in the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey are: Ebro, Ibiza, Badajoz, Badalona, ​​Cultural Leonesa, UD Logroñés and Unionistas de Salamanca. The crossing will be resolved in a single game away from the Bernabéu on January 21, 22 or 23.EbroThe Harlequin team plays its fifth consecutive season in the bronze category and this is their third participation in the KO tournament. Last season he already enjoyed the experience of facing a First Division team: in the round of 16 he received Valencia at La Romareda. He is ranked 13th in Group III of Second B with 24 points and has reached the draw after eliminating Langreo (2-3) and Ponferradina.IbizaThe Ibicencos are the ambitious project of Amadeo Salvo, former president of Valencia, to take elite football to the island. Last season he bought the vacancy left by Lorca in Segunda B and competed in Group IV with a media project of which the former Italian international Marco Borriello was part. He is trained by former Sevillista Pablo Alfaro and marches third in Group I with 37 points (he won 1-2 to Castilla on the 12th day). He has reached the 16th after eliminating Pontevedra (0-2) and penalties for Albacete (1-1). In their ranks is the Second B pichichi: Rodado (12 goals, the same as Gabarre and Rufo). In its subsidiary plays Gianluca Simeone, the son of Cholo.BadajozThe pacense team is another candidate for promotion, in this case in group IV: last year it was eliminated in the first round of the playoff against UD Logroñés. He has eliminated Amorebieta (0-1) and Las Palmas (2-1). His coach is Mehdi Nafti. Real Madrid already enters the Copa del Rey competition after being exempt from the first two qualifiers for playing the Spanish Super Cup. The Zidane team will begin their participation in the round of 16 and will meet their first opponent in the KO tournament next Tuesday, January 14, in the draw to be held at 1:00 p.m. in the Football City of Las Rozas, headquarters of the RFEF.last_img read more

Garitano: “El Levante is a good team, we must be careful”

first_imgThe Alavés coach believes that “the new ones could play. Ismael has had minutes at Betis but he is still a 19-year-old boy. And Camarasa started from the middle center when he started playing but then it gave more performance in another more advanced location. The club continues to work in the market to replace Pina ”, said. About the winter incorporation period commented that “It tends to distract players a bit and you have to take people who are more focused. It is what happens in all teams on these dates but you have to know how to adapt and act accordingly. ” About two weeks of work commented that “We would have liked not to have to rest because that would mean we were still in the Cup. But they have helped us to prepare things, play a friendly with the subsidiary and already, in recent days, return to normal. Now we are in the second round and the difficulty and tension increase. We have all played against everyone and we know what each team can aspire to. ” Regarding the rival, he said that “he has very dynamic people upstairs, fast, who can also play differently and have gone from less to more. They have a great coach and are a good team. When you attack you have to be careful that they do not harm you in the transition. They have players that come out fast through the bands and we have to prepare the game to counter that. I think we are prepared for it. ”Looking to the second round He noted that “Outside the home, in the first one, we have been irregular and have added few points. In Mendi it has been different but it is clear that we must improve in the displacements so as not to suffer ”.On the subject of Aleix Vidal, who criticized Garitano for the “amarrategui” approach to Betis (according to his criteria), said that “It is clear that I did not like it but then asked for forgiveness and that is something that usually costs to do and to which we must also give value. What he has to do from now on is to continue contributing as he has been doing until this moment of the season ”.center_img LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 17, 2020last_img read more

The ‘galactic’ XI of the League with the most minutes of the decade: € 520M

first_imgSergio Ramos has won two leagues with Real Madrid these last ten years. The defender has become the third highest scoring defender in all of LaLiga history, with a total of 66 goals.5. BusquetsSergio Busquets is the midfielder who has played the most minutes in the last decade in La Liga, adding 25,530 minutes. During these years, the player has scored 8 goals and made 25 league assists.FC Barcelona, ​​club in which he has played since 2008, has managed to win six leagues in the last decade.6. EvenThe current Valencia player has played 25,041 minutes in LaLiga the last ten years. He started the 2010/11 season as a Getafe player, with whom he scored 3 goals and 5 assists in the league.In the 2011/12 season he signed for Valencia. Since then, the Valencia captain has scored 53 goals and 49 assists for the club.7. PiquéGerard Piqué has played the last decade with FC Barcelona, ​​and adds 24,716 minutes. During these years, the player has become one of the best defenses in LaLiga.He has achieved 25 goals and 7 assists for the club in the league, and has raised 6 leagues with Barcelona in the last ten years.8. Cristiano RonaldoThe Portuguese striker became the best Real Madrid player of the last decade, for which he added 24,508 minutes disputed. During his career at Real Madrid the last ten years, he has managed two leagues and he has scored 285 league goals and achieved 85 league assists.With Real Madrid he won two leagues in 2013 and 2018. As for personal titles, has achieved four Golden Balls, three Golden Boots, three Pichichi Trophies of the Spanish League and a Player of the Year trophy for the League.Currently, the Portuguese striker plays for Juventus, the club for which he signed this season and with which he has 21 goals.9. GabiThe Spanish midfielder has played for the last decade 24,210 minutes in the league. In the 2010/11 season he played for Zaragoza in the first division, with which he scored 11 goals and achieved 5 assists.After finishing the season, he signed for Atlético de Madrid, with which he managed to win a league in 2014. During his time at Atlético, he has achieved 6 goals and 26 league assists.This season, Gabi signed for Al Sadd, with whom he has played ten games and managed one assist.10. IraizozGorka Iraizoz is the goalkeeper who has played the most minutes during the last decade in LaLiga, reaching the 23,655 minutes disputed.The decade began as an Athletic goalkeeper, with whom he has conceded 293 goals and managed to maintain the clean sheet in 64 games.In the 2017/2018 season, he signed for Girona and played 16 games. It is currently retired.11. KokeThe midfielder has played in the last ten years with Atlético de Madrid, and has added 23,159 minutes. Won their only Spanish league in the 2013/14 season.Koke has managed to score 31 goals and 78 league assists for the club over the past ten years. The Santander League is one of the most powerful and competent league competitions in the world. Many of the best players in history have played in Spain, such as Messi, Di Stéfano, Cristiano Ronaldo or Johan Cruyff. Despite the large number of players who have competed in La Liga, so only the best can stand out and have a long career.The Transfermarkt portal has carried out the eleven of the players who have played the most minutes during the last decade in the Santander League, an eleven that adds up 520 million euros market value. Of the eleven players that appear, seven continue to play in the Spanish league.FC Barcelona highlights, which has four players who currently play for the club at eleven. Atlético de Madrid, Real Madrid and Valencia have a player in eleven.This is the eleven players with the most minutes played in the last decade in LaLiga: 1. Leo MessiThe Barcelona player has played 28,850 minutes in La Liga the last 10 years, in which he has scored 349 goals and 139 assists. During this decade, FC Barcelona has won six leagues.As for the individual awards, the Argentine forward has won six gold boots, six Spanish League Pichichi trophies, six trophies for the best player of the season and six Golden Balls.2. GriezmannThe French striker has disputed 26,701 minutes in the last decade of La Liga. Antoine Grizmann has played on three teams in the last ten years: Real Sociedad, Atlético de Madrid and FC Barcelona.He debuted in the First Division with Real Sociedad in the 2010/11 season. He remained at the Basque club until the 2013/14 season. During these four years, Griezmann scored 47 league goals.In 2014 he signed for Atlético de Madrid, becoming one of the club’s top scorers. He played for five seasons in the Madrid team, with which he scored 114 goals in LaLiga.This last season he signed for FC Barcelona, ​​with which he has 13 goals. This season Griezmann could win his first Spanish league.3. GodínDiego Godín has 26,028 minutes in La Liga since the 2010/11 season, in which he signed for Atlético de Madrid. The Uruguayan became a key defender in Atlético’s eleven. In the season 2013/14 won their only Spanish league. During his time at Atlético the last decade he achieved 17 goals and 10 assists in the league.The Uruguayan defender signed for Inter Milan this season, where he has played 17 games and has made one assist.4. Sergio RamosThe Real Madrid captain has played 25,713 minutes in the Spanish league since 2010. This last decade he has played in the Madrid club, and has become one of the best players in the club, adding 42 goals and 16 assists.last_img read more

Gastón Ramírez: “Coronavirus? Sampdoria did not hide anything, others did ”

first_imgFor the blucerchiato striker at Calcio there are many more affected by COVID-19 of those who came to light and, therefore, attacked the other teams in the championship: “La Sampdoria never hid anything, other teams did, and I don’t understand why. It was a lack of respect towards who was transparent and towards the people who were in contact with those infected. “Ramírez affirmed that Sampdoria lived the situation calmly: “The infected colleagues always reassured us about their conditions. Revealing the positives is not a crime, it is a matter of ethics. Does anyone seriously think that in Serie A, only our team has had five, six cases?“ In Italy there was much controversy about the management of the coronavirus emergency in football: in Serie A there are 16 infected and the team that has been hit the most has been Sampdoria, with seven. Gastón Ramírez spoke of the situation in an interview with the newspaper ‘Il Secolo XIX’: “They are very hard days, I feel a lot of sadness for the deceased and their families“last_img read more

Priscila: “I don’t see ethical or fair that the season ends like this”

first_imgAs for the season, Priscila hopes to finish playing it after overcoming this crisis. “I do not see ethical that the season ends thus. I do not even consider it. Without the World Cup and Absolute Europeans, it is viable for now to extend the League, which ends soon in May, and play in June or try to put two games per week. Nor do we have as many matches to play (nine, with the strike day included), “says the attacker, who dedicates his quarantine to staying in shape” to return in the best way “and studying the police opposition.” The most difficult is not to touch the ball, “he highlights.” This season I did not start very well physically either due to different circumstances and then I have reached a good level again. Now I am trying to stay home as best as possible and I am on the path of not losing shape. When I return, I hope to do it with more desire and more strength “, he maintains.“I compare Rosa Márquez with Iniesta”In addition, Priscila reviews the adversities she has overcome during her career. “I worked in a hotel in Sabadell, in a cafeteria in Badajoz or in a school and in a bakery in Madrid. It has not cost me, but it is true that I highly value not having to do it now to play soccer,” says the Betis striker, who never expected to be in the First Division for so long: “When I started playing I did not expect the results or spend so much time in the First Division. The League has changed a lot and has suffered from everything, format changes and bad streaks. Now at last it seems that everything is settling down, with the agreement and with perfectly regulated contracts. It is a joy to see how all this has changed. “AFE ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Priscila talks about the agreement during the players’ press conference at the AFE headquarters.AFE About the agreement he also expressed his opinion. Priscila believes that “it has taken a long time” and that the most important thing for her firm is to regulate the price and injuries. “LOr more importantly, the agreement is that if I have started working at the age of 20, I have been listed since then and not only for a few years. Me because I have been fortunate enough to contribute with the different jobs I have had, but another person would now be 35 years old with hardly having contributed for his retirement, “says Priscila, who also remembers the bad years she spent without collecting in Sabadell, the problems with the flat in Huelva or how he has had to sacrifice himself and be away from his family for fourteen years. “What I value most of all that is that I never lost hope. “ sentenced the Andalusian forward, who despite not having had many references points to the attacker Auxi Jiménez as her greatest example to follow and highlights the great talent of teammates like Rosa Márquez :. “I compare Rosa Márquez with Iniesta. She has a more than promising future and we will surely see her winning titles.” Priscila Borja is one of the veterans who lead the First Iberdrola. The Betis striker and top scorer, who has completed twenty seasons in the top flight, attended AS by telephone in the midst of the health crisis that the whole country has stopped to assess how this campaign has been, which he described as “roller coaster”. “I see everything positive and I believe that these adversities are going to make us grow both personally and athletically. I really want to see the faces of my teammates and embrace them. We have a very nice goal ahead and we must go for it”, exposes.At 35, Priscila remains at a great physical level, being the undisputed starter at Betis, and has not yet decided whether to hang up his boots or continue another year as a green-white. In the past season the same thing happened to him and the Seville ended up renewing for another course with the Heliópolis painting. “It was clear to me to retire this season and now between the strike, the agreement or the health crisis, among other things, I am rethinking everything. What I miss the most is playing football, “highlights Betica, which reveals the secret of being so well after two decades playing at the highest level:” There are several influencing criteria. One is work, both physical and mental, then there is a bit of genetics and luck plays an important role in terms of injuries and having the confidence of the coach. You also have to feel young. For example, I’m still very excited to play soccer. ““Pier gives us responsibility and freedom”For her part, the Andalusian attacker regrets that the break has come at the best time for the team. “This crisis has come when we were better, in a crescendo improvement of the team. But well the same is a new opportunity, “he highlights, shortly before evaluating Pier’s arrival on the verdiblanco bench:” All the changes are good and we came from a dynamic of not being comfortable with the game and the results. We were not having results. When Pier arrived we started to score some points and that encouraged us a lot“Of the former Betis player, Priscila states that he is a coach who gives you” responsibility and freedom. “” He always gives us freedom on the field and that implies responsibility. Play with that double-edged sword and the players have welcomed it very well. At the end he has been a player and he knows perfectly what the players feel“he assures. Betis’); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Priscila hugs Pier after a First Iberdrola match.Betislast_img read more

How much will each Premier League club stop earning?

first_imgNorwich19.043.133.2625.43 Aston Villa22.17,3.655.7431.56 And after these calculations, Manchester United is the one that loses the most money. It would stop earning 62.9 million euros for Premier League rights, 22.95 million in revenue per game day and 66.24 from its establishments, making a total of 151.79 million euros, that is, almost 50% more than what it cost them Paul Pogba (105 million), the most expensive signing in its history. Sheffield50.602.091.9654.64 Wolverhampton54.902.876.1363.90 Brighton31.174.962.6138.73 Tottenham54.6421.9131.69108.23 The newspaper Daily Mail has done a study on how much money each club in the Premier League would lose due to the coronavirus crisis. He Liverpool reversed his ERTE after pressure from fans and some clubs have joined, such as the Manchester Citywho will not make layoffs knowing that if a large England doesn’t do that, the rest should follow suit. Meanwhile, teams like Tottenham have already announced that they will fire their employees, while the Norwich City it already has.But regardless of what is decided in this regard, the British newspaper has made a rough estimate of the money each club will lose from the television rights of the English league, of the expected income on game days (such as tickets sold) and from the collections of the stores. For this they have taken into account details such as the position in the leaderboard (television income was going to be distributed, among other things, depending on the position), the remaining championship games or those that each had left to play at home. All thinking about the assumption that the competition does not resume.Premier League club losses due to coronavirus West ham32.347.828.6148.77 Burnley45.643.2616.3065.20 Chelsea64.2914.2140.29118.80 Liverpool71.9817.7344.08133.79 Arsenal52.1620.0825.3097.54 Newcastle39.646.266.6552.55 Crystal Palace41.602.484.3048.38 ClubTVParty dayShopsTotal Southampton33.644.174.0441.86 Manchester City69.8918.1354.38142.40 Leicester63.242.876.3972.50 Manchester United62.5922.9566.24151.79 Watford26.342.352.8731.56 Bournemouth23.862.612.3528.82 Everton41.994.179.3955.55 Total901.72167.70342.561,411.98 The other city team, Manchester City, would be second with 142.40 million losses, while Liverpool would be third (133.79), Chelsea fourth (118.80) and Tottenham fifth (108, 2. 3). Arsenal, already below 100 million in losses (97.54), would be the sixth, closing the group of the six most powerful clubs in England. This means that they would lose more than their most expensive transfer cost, since From Bruyne (76), Van dijk (84.65), Kepa (80), Ndombélé (60) or Pépé (80) did not reach these figures. This, at the same time, is proof of how the transfer market could be affected once your next window opens.However, those clubs also generate a large amount of income, so they have more leeway to get ahead even if they tighten their belts, unlike the rest. Perhaps mid-table clubs have more problems than any other, especially Wolverhampton. (sixth), the sheffield (seventh) or the Burnley (tenth). They do not usually generate as much money and they would stop earning a lot for television rights thanks to their good season.Everyone except the Bournemouth (28.82) and the Norwich City (25.43), they will lose at least 30 million euros if the remaining nine days of competition are not disputed (ten in some cases), making a total of 1,411.98 million euros in losses (901.72 in television rights, 167.70 on game days 342.60 from the collection of their establishments) And if we add up what all the English First Division clubs would stop winning during the pandemic.last_img read more

Gustavo Assunçao, near Nice

first_imgDefense of his father to CholoHis father, Paulo, closely follows the news of Atlético’s football, and in recent weeks he has been one of the footballers who has come out in defense of João Felix’s decision to choose Atlético after Benfica, against some voices criticizing that Cholo is not the ideal coach to develop the Portuguese talent (Van der Saart, for example). Nothing of that. Paulo is clear. You just have to look at your child to find out. Simeone makes all his footballers better. Nice, it seems, you will soon be able to check it out. Gustavo Assunçao (20 years old) son of Paulo Assunçao and raised in the Atlético youth academy, where he was eleven years old, from the age of eight to being a regular in the first team sessions with Simeone, is very close to going to Nice. The Ligue 1 team as revealed To ball He is very interested in taking over his services and would have already submitted an offer for it. It was last summer when Gustavo left Atlético’s discipline to head for Portugal. The foundations of the triumphant Famaliçao this season were planted in Cerro del Espino. With him, with Nehuén Pérez above all. His performance has not gone unnoticed in France despite the fact that when he left for Famaliçao he signed for five seasons. He has played 2,534 minutes spread over 29 games with an assist, 87% of the total. Midfielder, like his fatherWhen he was at Atlético, he had already caught the attention of Simeone, who at the age of 16 already congratulated his solidity and workmanship. Cholo being a fundamental pillar in its evolution: exercising with the first team players, he recognized, gave him experience and mischief. Today he develops them on the field. last_img read more

Gerard: “The problem is that the sanitary norms are not respected”

first_imgMeline Gerard, goalkeeper for Betis, analyzed the information at Coeursdefoot. The French defined the present scenario in Spain: “In Spain we are very affected. Right here the Authorities is the one that decides the coverage to implement. The Authorities and the Minister of Well being do not comply with resume the competitors and I be part of them. It is true that as gamers we want to end the competitors and we miss soccer, however it appears rushed. If Spain has a second wave it could be a really tough monetary problem. Every nation will do what it needs however it could rely on the folks affected, hospitalized and the variety of circumstances. “ “I believe the most cheap factor is not to renew. Right here we are able to exit an hour from house to buy, sporting a masks, they’ll’t go see their households. In Spain the confinement is extra strict “, he defined about the return of the First Iberdrola.“Little by little in fairly atypical situations, with distances to be revered, masks and gloves. The economic system is slowly recovering, we are not in complete containment,” he defined. The Frenchwoman gave her imaginative and prescient of the future and the manner out of distrust: “It is true that if every little thing resumes and a brand new wave begins to begin a bull run once more, it is time misplaced. We should always go slowly and not take any dangers. We are not the ones who resolve. I believe that so long as there is no vaccine it is difficult”. “The gamers have not been requested. For me as a goalkeeper I’d don’t have any issues, I’d solely be with my goalkeeper coach and a second goalkeeper. The sector gamers, nevertheless, it appears tough that they do not have contacts,” stated Gerard.Confinement in Seville“I’ve been confined for six weeks, I’m going out each fifteen days to buy groceries, sporting a masks and gloves, I wash my arms a minimum of ten instances a day. If everybody had performed that we may have decrease numbers of contaminated. The problem is that the sanitary norms are not revered. We can not inform everybody to restrict themselves, some must go to work, they’ve kids … “, the gala participant defined. Gerard determined final 12 months to begin the journey: “These days there are extra French gamers exterior the nation. I used to be reassured to see that there have been gamers who exploited exterior of France, they’d a great stage of play. It is true that in a profession you have got the alternative to go overseas, I discover it very enticing in each manner. You understand a brand new tradition, you study a brand new language and it is an amazing private enrichment. Additionally, championships throughout Europe have improved loads. In Spain it has progressed loads, the groups are far more homogeneous and there is professionalism. I like to recommend this journey to everybody. It is additionally what I used to be in search of once I got here to Betis, ranging from scratch. “Gerard has skilled in first individual the battle for the ladies’s soccer settlement that was signed this season: “They fought to enhance working situations. It is true that there have been sure issues that appear regular to us in France and that was not the case in Spain. They screamed for the injustice and joined. With this settlement there are many issues that will change. “The French did not hesitate to touch upon the switch of the Ladies’s Euro Cup to 2022: “For me it is logical. If the males’s Euro was postponed to 2021 and the Olympic Video games too and there will probably be nations that play each competitions, It will have been a call of the Federations to decide on their crew for the Video games or the European Championship and it could have been a disgrace. I wasn’t shocked that it was postponed. It is a disgrace for France, that it is going to be two years with out enjoying a world competitors, however we are able to additionally see it on the constructive facet, we now have two extra years to arrange for the Eurocup “.last_img read more