Men’s Long Jump Jacorious Jeter, NSU Markeit Steverson, NSU Isaiah Pittman, SFA Women’s Shot Put Kayla Melgar, ACU Ashley Davis, SLU Annina Brandenburg, ACU Women’s 5,000m Gracie Hyde, UCA Brittany Innis, SFA Taryn Surratt, SFA Men’s 10,000m Markus Schweikert, UCA Jamie Crowe, LU Aaron Albert, UNO Women’s Pole Vault Nastassja Campbell, SFA Madison Pecot, SFA Kaylee Bizzell, SFA Women’s 200m Natashia Jackson, NSU Deja Keys, UIW Ajah Criner, UCA Women’s 1,500m Kelsey Ramirez, SFA Itzel Alcantar, UIW Alia Henderson, UIW Women’s Heptathlon Migle Muraskaite, LU Sashane Hanson, AMCC Jillian Turner, SFA Event First Team Second Team Third Team Men’s 400m hurdles Garrett Gibson, HBU Joshua Smith, SHSU Ketavion Humber, AMCC Women’s Hammer Throw Lonnie Smith, ACU Kayla Melgar, ACU Lauryn Caldwell, SHSU Women’s 800m Dominique Allen, UIW LaSean Davis, SFA Jamie Eckford, SHSU Women’s 400m Natashia Jackson, NSU Cayla Burch, SFA Imani Nave, SFA Men’s Triple Jump Chris Welch, HBU Quindarrius Thompson, NSU Javon McCray, LU Women’s 10,000m Valentina Campos, AMCC Gladys Jerotich, MCN Taryn Surratt, SFA Men’s 400m Jared Williams, ACU Donovan Storr, SLU Webster Slaughter, LU Women’s Long Jump Sarea Alexander, UIW Jasmyn Steels, NSU Chelsea Harrington, NICH Men’s Pole Vault Branson Ellis, SFA Clayton Fritsch, SHSU Carter Scott, SFA Women’s High Jump Sashane Hanson, AMCC Jasmyn Steels, NSU Kadejah Wilson, SFA Women’s 4x100m relay D. Jackson, C. Burch, I. Nave, A. Teel – SFA D. Moore, K. Evans, O. Giles, N. Jackson – NSU J. Love, T. Mays, B. Ransom, D. Keys – UIW Men’s 4x400m J. Williams, B. Brownlow, R. Linton, A. Williams – ACU A. Ruiz, A. Bennett, D. Murphy, I. Pittman – SFA T. Jones, G. Coleman, J. Benson, D. Storr – SLU Women’s 3,000m steeplechase Gracie Hyde, UCA Brittany Innis, SFA Taryn Surratt, SFA 2019 Southland Conference Outdoor Track & Field All-Conference Teams Men’s High Jump Tyler Adams, SHSU Iyanu Adeyeye, HBU Noah Berney, SFA Men’s Javelin Throw Cord Neal, SFA Logan Robinson, AMCC Ryan Simmons, ACU Men’s 3,000m steeplechase Ryan Cleary, ACU Matthew Arnold, LU Jaron Hamilton, UCA Men’s 100m Chris Jefferson, SHSU Tyler Smith, MCN Jo’vaughn Martin, SHSU Men’s 1,500m Garett Cortez, UIW Deion Hardy, UIW Ryan Cleary, ACU Men’s 200m Chris Jefferson, SHSU Jo’vaughn Martin, SHSU Tyler Smith, MCN Men’s 5,000m Jamie Crowe, LU Jordan Rowe, LU Matthew Arnold, LU Men’s 110m hurdles Tremayne Flagler, NSU Joshua Smith, SHSU Ketavion Humber, AMCC Women’s 100m hurdles Jerica Love, UIW Jillian Turner, SFA Irene Akwitti, ACU Women’s 100m Deja Keys, UIW Aleyah Donald, MCN Ajah Criner, UCA FRISCO, Texas – Sam Houston State sprinter Chris Jefferson and Abilene Christian thrower Kayla Melgar are the 2019 Southland Conference Outdoor Track & Field Athletes of the Year, the league announced Wednesday along with the complete list of all-conference teams. Southland yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition.Men’s Athlete of the Year & Outstanding Running Events Performer – Chris Jefferson, Sam Houston StateJefferson registered 23.75 points at the 2019 Southland Outdoor Championships to become the men’s Most Valuable Performer. The senior from Jersey Village, Texas, secured a pair of individual gold medal finishes in the 100-meter (10.20) and 200m dash (20.48) events on the final day of competition. Jefferson also helped his Bearkats squad to a gold medal in the 4x100m relay as the team’s anchor leg.Men’s Outstanding Field Events Performer – Aaron Akens, Sam Houston StateAkens collected 22 points for the Bearkats at the 2019 Southland Outdoor Championships, helping SHSU to its third consecutive outdoor title. The senior thrower from Mesquite, Texas, bagged a first-place finish in the discus with a mark of 187-04.0 ft and a 196-00.0 ft heave for second place in the hammer throw. Akens also tossed a 55-02.75 ft throw in the shot put for fifth-place honors.Men’s Freshman of the Year – Jo’vaughn Martin, Sam Houston StateMartin completed his first Southland Outdoor Championships in style notching a trio of podium finishes at the three-day event. The Conroe, Texas, product finished third overall in the 100m dash with a time of 10.40 and second individually in the 200m dash with a 20.92 clip. Martin completed the event as the second leg of the Bearkats’ first-place 4x100m relay team.Men’s Newcomer of the Year – Josh Smith, Sam Houston StateSmith, a transfer from Spring Arbor University, claimed Newcomer of the Year honors after a pair of second-place finishes in the 110m (14.20) and 400m (52.42) hurdle events for the Bearkats. The Katy, Texas, native’s 16 points pushed the Sam Houston State men’s squad to a team title with 164 points, beating out the second-place team by 73 points.Men’s Coach of the Year – David Self, Sam Houston StateSelf is in his 10th year coaching the Bearkats and has created a wave of success throughout the decade. After leading his men’s squad to its third-straight title at the 2019 outdoor championships, Self has now compiled five men’s team titles since the 2005 season. The Bearkats’ three-peat marks the first time in program history that the feat has been performed. The Sam Houston State sweep of all five men’s individual superlative winners marks the first time in conference history that a team has done so across the five awards.Women’s Athlete of the Year – Kayla Melgar, Abilene ChristianMelgar sealed her status as the women’s Most Valuable Performer at the 2019 outdoor championships after ringing up 26 points with three podium appearances. The senior from Tempe, Ariz., finished first overall in the shot put with a toss of 52-08.0 ft to go along with a pair of second-place finishes in the discus (168-08.0 ft) and hammer throw (184-00.0 ft) events.Women’s Outstanding Field Events Performer – Sarea Alexander, Incarnate WordAlexander locked up her third consecutive conference title in the long jump with a 21-4.25 ft leap on her first attempt of the day for the Cardinals. The San Antonio, Texas, product’s three-straight Southland championships makes her the first woman in UIW program history to accomplish the feat and the second competitor in conference history to win three consecutive long jump gold medals. Alexander’s success was not limited to one event as the senior also claimed gold in the triple jump with a mark of 43-02.5 ft.Women’s Freshman of the Year & Outstanding Running Events Performer – Gracie Hyde, Central ArkansasHyde, a native of Benton, Ark., put together an impressive run at the 2019 championships with a pair of first-place finishes in the 3,000m steeplechase (10:27.55) and the 5,000m run (17:50.89). The freshman’s time in the steeplechase marked a stadium record for Walter P. Ledet Track Complex in Natchitoches, La.Women’s Newcomer of the Year – Madison Pecot, Stephen F. AustinThe senior transfer from UT-Arlington concluded her appearance at the 2019 championships with a silver medal in the pole vault. Pecot cleared the bar at 13-06.25 ft behind teammate Nastassja Campbell and ahead of Kaylee Bizzell, cementing a Ladyjack sweep of the podium in the pole vault event.Women’s Coach of the Year – Phil Olson, Stephen F. AustinOlson nabbed his Coach of the Year honor after leading the Ladyjacks to a dominant first-place team finish at the outdoor championships. The SFA women combined for 195.5 points across 18 of the championship’s 21 events, sealing their ninth outdoor title in program history. Olson has now led the Ladyjacks to a championship in three of the last five outdoor seasons.Outdoor track & field individual awards are nominated and voted on by the league’s head coaches. Voting for oneself or one’s own athletes is not permitted. The top three finishers from each event’s final at the championship meet are automatically named All-Southland Conference. Women’s Triple Jump Sarea Alexander, UIW Natayla Nance, HBU Jasmyn Steels, NSU Women’s 400m hurdles Dominique Jackson, SFA Daijia Carr, SFA Kendall Rodriguez, AMCC Men’s Shot Put Kai Schmidt, ACU Michael Nichols, SHSU Morgan Knight, ACU Women’s Discus Annina Brandenburg, ACU Kayla Melgar, ACU Lauryn Caldwell, SHSU Men’s Discus Aaron Akens, SHSU Morgan Knight, ACU Ryan Simmons, ACU Men’s 800m Drake Murphy, SFA Deion Hardy, UIW Jorge Quintero, UIW Women’s 4x400m I. Nave, A. Teel, D. Jackson, C. Burch – SFA D. Granados, N. Jackson, K. Evans, C. Willis – NSU E. Sebastion, D. Allen, D. Keys, T. Mays – UIW Women’s Javelin Throw Kelsey Frank, NSU Annina Brandenburg, ACU Amber Bruce, NSU Men’s Hammer Throw Joshua Hernandez, SHSU Aaron Akens, SHSU Vojislav Gvero, UNO Men’s 4x100m relay F. McCall, J. Martin, B. Henderson, C. Jefferson – SHSU E. Clarke, M. Larkins, J. Arrington, T. Carr – NSU W. Williams, T. Smith, G. Brown, T. Syrie – MCN Men’s Decathlon Rodney Littlejohn, UIW Scott Boon, HBU Bjoern Adden, AMCC
3 Jose Mourinho stayed overnight at Tottenham’s training groundCredit: Getty Images – GettyTottenham fans give their thoughts on Pochettino’s sacking JOSE MOURINHO slept at Tottenham’s training ground after negotiations with Daniel Levy went late into the night.The Portuguese boss was named as Spurs’ new manager this morning – less than 24 hours after Mauricio Pochettino was axed.3 Jose Mourinho had been without a job since he was sacked by Manchester United last DecemberCredit: Getty – ContributorTalks began with Mourinho immediately after Pochettino’s five-and-a-half year reign in north London came to an abrupt end.The former Manchester United boss spent the remainder of the night in talks with the club owners.According to the Daily Mail, the 56-year-old ended up staying overnight at the club’s training ground in Enfield at Hotspur Way.The Special One did not want to be seen leaving the premises by photographers before today’s official announcement.After he signed on the dotted line, Mourinho grinned as he held up a Spurs shirt for the first time.But his arrival in north London was met with mixed reviews from Tottenham supporters.He will face his first test when he takes Harry Kane and Co to the London Stadium to take on West Ham on Saturday.3MOST READ IN SPORT THROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticIT’S…NOT TOMMY BOWETommy Bowe discovers someone has been impersonating him on TinderMAC DADDYTriple H wants McGregor v McMahon with winner getting rights to billionaire strutThe Hammers posted a tweet aimed at The Special One ahead of the London derby – but swiftly deleted it.Mourinho faces a tough start to life at Tottenham as he will come up against former clubs Chelsea and Manchester United in his first month.But his incredible new £15million-per-year salary should be enough to soften the blow.
The All Blacks had to come from 17-0 down to beat Australia in their last match and they were given another scare by the winless Pumas, who held a 22-15 second-half advantage.Nehe Milner-Skudder and Anton Lienert-Brown scored early tries for New Zealand but six points from the boot of Nicolas Sanchez and a huge penalty from Emiliano Boffelli kept the visitors in touch.Israel Dagg went over out wide just before the break to extend the home side’s lead only for Sanchez to touch down on the last play of the half.The Irish Times reports Beauden Barrett’s three missed conversions allowed Sanchez to nudge Argentina ahead at half-time and another Boffelli penalty just after the restart gave them a 19-15 lead.Everything appeared to be going Argentina’s way when Barrett was sin-binned and Sanchez put them seven points clear, but the 14-man All Blacks drew level through Vaea Fifita’s converted score.The game was still in the balance with 20 minutes remaining but tries from Damian McKenzie and Barrett either side of a Lima Sopoaga penalty gave New Zealand a third straight win.
The Kiwis captain Adam Blair and former captain Benji Marshall have taken a swipe at the North Queensland Cowboys lock since his decision, saying he’d betrayed the black-and-white jumper.Taumalolo says he chose Tonga to help develop the game there.He arrived in Nuku’alofa on Thursday for a pre-Cup visit, he gave short shrift to the likes of Blair and Marshall.”Obviously I’ve caused a bit of media stir and all that, but at the end of the day, I’m here to play for my country and I’m looking forward to doing that,” Taumalolo told TVNZ.”Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion.”Everyone’s entitled to say what they want, but at the end of the day it doesn’t bother me — I tend to leave all the talking on the field.”I wish in some way we could take the field soon, but I guess I’ll have to wait until we come across them on the battlefield.”Taumalolo — whose arrival in the Tongan capital was delayed by 24 hours due to an overloaded flight — said he was doing his parents proud by playing for Tonga.Other players including Manu Ma’u, David Fusitu’a and Sio Siua Taukeiaho, have also elected to represent Tonga rather than the Kiwis, making them a credible World Cup contender.Tonga’s World Cup opener is against Scotland in Cairns on October 29, before matches against Samoa and New Zealand in Hamilton.
The pair have proven to be a dynamic duo in the last two years, steering Queensland’s U20s to consecutive undefeated, title winning seasons before taking the reins at Queensland Country and working wonders there.Thorn has regularly credited Carozza as an integral part of his rise to the head coaching ranks and the Reds announced Thorn’s right hand man as one of two assistant coaches in their squad drop on Wednesday.Thorn will also be flanked by former Rebels coach Tony McGahan, with 2017 assistant coach Jason Gilmore taking on a role as head of the Reds’ Elite Youth Development pathway.There are no major surprises among the full playing squad, with the only fresh faces that haven’t already been made public former Brumbies and Stormers prop JP Smith and standout Greater Sydney Rams hooker Brandon Paenga-Amosa.Smith will provide cover for Taniela Tupou, who is the hot favourite to start at tighthead alongside James Slipper at loosehead.The signing of Paenga-Amosa is particularly astute, though, as the 21-year-old is more than capable of taking on Alex Mafi and Andrew Ready in the fight for the starting hooker job.All three have the potential to make the top job their own and that will be an intriguing battle as the season rolls along.Reds 2018 Super Rugby squadPropsSef Fa’agase, University of Queensland, Shailer Park State SchoolHarry Hoopert, (new signing), Brothers, Toowoomba Grammar SchoolJames Slipper, Bond University, The Southport SchoolJ.P. Smith (new signing),TBCTaniela Tupou, Brothers, Sacred Heart CollegeMarkus Vanzati, Souths, Toowoomba Grammar SchoolHookersAlex Mafi, Bond University, St. Joseph’s Nudgee CollegeAndrew Ready, Easts St. Joseph’s College, Gregory TerraceBrandon Paenga-Amosa (new signing), Southern Districts, NSW Endeavour Sports High SchoolLocksAngus Blyth (new signing), Bond University, The Southport SchoolKane Douglas, Norths, Maclean High SchoolHarry Hockings, (new signing), University of Queensland Anglican Church Grammar SchoolIzack Rodda, Easts, Ipswich Grammar SchoolLukhan Tui, Souths, John Edmonson High SchoolBack rowMichael Gunn, Easts, Anglican Church Grammar SchoolReece Hewat, Norths, St. Joseph’s Nudgee CollegeScott Higginbotham, Wests, The Southport SchoolAdam Korczyk, University of Queensland, Brisbane State High SchoolAngus Scott-Young (new signing), University of Queensland, Anglican Church Grammar SchoolGeorge Smith, Brothers, Cromer High SchoolCaleb Timu (re-signed), Souths, St. Joseph’s Nudgee CollegeLiam Wright (new signing), Easts, Anglican Church Grammar SchoolScrumhalvesNick Frisby, GPS, Marist College AshgroveTate McDermott (new signing), University of Queensland, Sunshine Coast Grammar SchoolMoses Sorovi, University of Queensland, St Peters Lutheran CollegeJames Tuttle, GPS, St. Joseph’s Nudgee CollegeFlyhalvesQuade Cooper, Souths, Anglican Church Grammar SchoolHamish Stewart (new signing), Bond University, Toowoomba Grammar SchoolCentresChris Feauai-Sautia (re-signed), Souths, Brisbane State High SchoolSamu Kerevi, Souths, Brisbane State High SchoolDuncan Paia’aua (re-signed), Norths, Emmaus College RockhamptonOutside backsFilipo Daugunu (new signing), Wests, Labasa Sangam CollegeKarmichael Hunt (re-signed), Norths, Anglican Church Grammar SchoolLachlan Maranta, Wests, St. Joseph’s College, Gregory TerraceEto Nabuli (re-signed), GPS, Nadroga Navosa Provincial High SchoolIzaia Perese, Easts, Anglican Church Grammar School
A stadium full of people chanting “Kohli, Kohli, Kohli,” is evidence that cricket can offer the same.How to describe Virat Kohli? How to describe the innings that knocked Australia out of the World Twenty20? Where you might expect to feel disappointment, it is hard to feel anything but awe.The reports say 82 runs from 51 balls, impressive enough. But the numbers don’t convey the range, the context, the control, the inevitability.Kohli entered the match at his best. An effortless nudge through midwicket for a boundary, second ball. An expert guide of a wide yorker for another, from his third. Off strike from his fourth.Then wickets fell, two in quick succession, and Kohli had to recalibrate. Knowing it was time to take care, he found singles and twos from nearly every ball, letting another seven overs pass by before looking for the boundary. Everything was planned out in his head.Kohli loves run chases. He sees the task like no one else, breaks it down at computer speed, and follows the plan through. In 50-over internationals, he averages 61.22 batting second, 41.23 batting first. When India wins those chases, he averages 83.97.But T20 is an even more frantic discipline, a form of the game where batsmen are expected to risk dismissal every over, to attack the bowling relentlessly, to sacrifice their wickets late to bring a team-mate on strike or gamble for a single extra run that might make a difference.In that format, averaging over 30 is elite. In T20 internationals, before the match against Australia started, Virat Kohli averaged 52.5. In chases, that went up to 83.6, and in chases India has won, 109.16.Australian captain Steve Smith won the toss and decided to bat.Three hours later, Kohli averaged 55.42 overall, 91.8 in chases, and 122.83 in chasing wins. This in a format where he has never needed to make a century.When MS Dhoni joined him after 14 overs, they needed 67 to win from 36 balls. At this point, around 12 an over, most batsmen start feeling pressure to hit sixes. More often than not they hole out. Kohli calmly looks for twos, and stays in.Perhaps as brilliant as his shot-making is his running. In Dhoni he has an equal. Needing 59 from 29, Kohli pulled Hazlewood for two to midwicket. Then drove two to cover. Then got four with the on-drive, two to cover, to wide of mid-on.Every shot, they belted the first run, dipped and turned, and were back for the second with perfect timing. A dozen runs from the over, minimal risk. So with three overs to go, India remained in touch needing 39.That’s when Kohli exploded. A pull shot from Faulkner for four. Another yorker glided behind point for the same. A skip down to drive a ball on the up, over long-off for six. Another sprinted two, before handing Dhoni the strike and then seeing him do the same. Nineteen from it, and game more or less over.If 20 from 12 balls left Australia mistakenly hopeful, Kohli ended it with four boundaries from five Nathan Coulter-Nile balls. A square drive, a pull, two cover drives. Acceleration over, now he was just finding a parking spot.The other man with a touch of genius on that field was Usman Khawaja. He pulled the first ball of the match for four, then mirrored Kohli’s run of four boundaries in five balls, Khawaja favouring the on-drive and leg-side whip versus Jasprit Bumrah.When he’s playing those shots, he looks unstoppable. He looks so elegant, so controlled. But control, at least in this format, is still what Khawaja lacks. There is insufficient method in his approach. He just bats, looking for boundaries. He doesn’t think through situations.In every match of this tournament, Australia got off to a good start courtesy of Khawaja. In every match, they stumbled after he didn’t go on. His scores were 38, 58, 21 and 26. Never could he match Kohli in taking primary responsibility for his team. He offered pretty guest performances before exiting stage left.Through his younger days, Khawaja had a reputation for being lazy. Being in the form of his life right now might lead to a little self-indulgence. It’s unreasonable to compare all players to the very best, but Khawaja has the potential to be that good. He can’t just be satisfied with his recent advances.A very different player is Shane Watson. Where Kohli emanates assurance, Watson has so often evoked vulnerability. On his dominant days he is untouchable, but they can come and go without warning or reason.On Friday against Pakistan he had one, 44 runs in a glorious display of clean hitting from 21 balls.On Sunday against India the yorkers were pinpoint, and no batsman could get away: Watson finished up 18 not out from 16 balls. From five fewer deliveries he’d made 26 fewer runs. A few of those would have made quite a difference.But having struggled with the bat, he turned around and went for it with the ball. Since retiring from Test cricket, Watson’s limited-overs pace has cranked back up. His bouncer has regained venom. He retains the guile learned over injury-hampered years.In this last hurrah, he was back above 140 kilometres per hour. Rohit Sharma charged as though Watson were a plonky medium-pacer, and was beaten by one that pegged back his off stump. Suresh Raina got one of those short balls and gloved to the wicketkeeper.When Watson came back late in the innings, Kohli and Dhoni paid him due respect. One ball was pulled for four, one came off the outside edge. The rest were dots and ones. The asking rate blew out to 13 an over, as the bowler finished with 2 for 23 from his four.There were 39 needed from three when Kohli decided it was time to make his move, and that was that. Watson had done everything he could to extend his run. The other bowlers weren’t able to follow suit.But there’s really no avenue for protest when genius shows you the door.
Barça can pay a total of 11 million euros for this young player. Now 7 fixed kilos would be paid and the other four, which are variable, would be paid if the player meets certain objectives.Currently, Fernandes is in the United States, where he is concentrated with his team, which is playing the Florida CUP, a preseason tournament and is followed by the Blaugrana technical secretariat since he was in the Botafogo. Matheus Fernández (21 years old) Palmeiras defensive midfielder would be very close to signing for FC Barcelona as the chain advanced ESPN.According to the information, the Blaugrana team would pay 11 million for the player, which develops as a defensive pivot and which highlights its ability to recover balls and exit the game. He usually plays in the midfield position and the idea, according to the same sources, it would be that he joined to give rest to Busquets.
As reported by De Telegraaf, Ajax and Real Madrid would have agreed to transfer Van de Beek at 55 million euros and only the signature would be missing. Madrid, giving Pogba almost impossible, would incorporate the Dutch midfielder to a center of the level field that already has Kroos, Modric, Casemiro, Valverde, Isco or James Rodríguez. A new alternative for Zinedine Zidane. The midfielder was given a choice between Real Madrid and Manchester United and declined to choose between the two clubs. “I do not want to choose. Both are big clubs (Real Madrid and United). As I said before, Ajax is too. Therefore, there is nothing to choose from. Everything would be very good, “said Nijkerkerveen. Donny Van de Beek is in a impasse. The Dutchman continues at a good level in Ajax (nine goals and eight assists) but is taken for granted at the end of the season and the debates about his future are constant. In summer, it rang hard for Real Madrid. Manchester United is also interested.This weekend, after winning and scoring against the Sparta in Rotterdam, Van de Beek wanted to deny that he has anything signed with Real Madrid at this time of season. “Nothing is official. I have not signed any contract. That is the situation. That has not changed throughout the season, “said the six in the mixed zone of the Johan Cruyff Arena.
The Barcelona, who’s at the moment 48 years previous and retired in 2002, contributed considerably to Spain will win 5 of its titles in the Federation Cup, particularly these of the years 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995 and 1998, and additionally was captain of the Spanish staff.The Catalan will journey from the United States to encourage the Spanish staff from the stands throughout the two days of competitors and will take benefit of your keep to gather this award.A day earlier than, it will be the Yeclana María José Martínez, 37 years previous and retired at the finish of 2019, which is honored by the RFET in recognition of its trajectory, which incorporates 5 particular person titles of the WTA circuit.The president of the RFET, Miguel Díaz, will give them commemorative plaques. The La Manga Membership complicated, an set up situated in the Cartagena deputation of Los Belones the place the Spain-Japan qualifier of the Federation Tennis Cup will be held, it will home two tributes to former skilled gamers Arantxa Sánchez Vicario and María José Martínez.The Prince Felipe resort will be the scene during which the draw for this confrontation takes place at twelve midday between Spanish and Japanese and later, on Friday, the competitors will start, which will additionally embody acts of distinction for Sánchez Vicario and Martínez.
In fact, There is a great concern that among this endless list of injured, there are four who have suffered up to three injuries this season: Luis Suarez, that ended up having to operate, Jordi Alba, that leaves one to enter another (the first two because of the biceps femoral left leg, with relapse included, while the latter has been the adductor of the right leg), Ansu Fati, because of the patellar tendon while still growing, and Dembélé, a regular in this section since he signed for Barcelona three years ago.If we add to this plague of injuries that Quique Setién only has 18 first team players to face the rest of the season (Martin Braithwaite has been signed as a relief of Démbélé) we find a panorama as worrisome as desolate. The most serious cases have had to go through the operating room: the first was the goalkeeper Net, in full preseason, for a break in the scaphoid of the left hand, after Luis Suarez, by an arthroscopy in the external meniscus of the right knee and later I trembled, due to a rupture of the proximal tendon of the biceps femoris of the right leg. The truth is This season has been especially burdensome in the injured section. A total of 29 injuries and 16 players affected they are a difficult balance for any template, especially when in some cases, such as Luis Suárez, Jordi Alba and Ousmane Dembélé have suffered up to three injuries throughout this course. In fact, these three players, along with Sergi Roberto, will not be available for the next few weeks, and in the case of the French striker, already directly until next season.Starting the course with your best player, Leo Messi, injured, no longer presaged anything good. On August 5, in his first training, the Argentine crack had to withdraw from the session after suffering a break in the soleus of the right leg, which was aggravated with a subsequent relapse. From here the enumeration of injured by Barcelona has been endless. In fact, and to make it easier for the reader, There are only three players in the first team who have dodged injuries today: Sergio Busquets, Frenkie de Jong and Antoine Griezmann. The rest have had some mishaps, some minor as the case of Gerard Piqué, who suffered an overload in the right adductor just the week he was sanctioned, Rakitic, which dragged for a week discomfort in the Achilles tendon coinciding with the break by selections, or Ter Stegen, who was forced to stop two weeks for a right knee tendinopathy.