With so many recommendations from the health authorities, there is a habitual thought that Juan Muñoz has expressed today. “We the protagonists know what happens, that it can happen again and that with any contact in a match … You have to prepare in the best way,” explains the Almería forward, Whoever considers that this will remain for the history books, whether the competition is resumed or canceled. “It will mark a before and after in the world of football, whether we return or not, whether there is an audience or not,” continues the Sevillian, confined to Almería lands.If the Spanish football category is already unpredictable, Juan Muñoz believes that after so many weeks of stoppage the competition the matches will be even more exciting. “The games of the Second are all crazy, being able to win the last one to the first one. Now it will be more crazy after everything that has happened. We have to keep training and keep our minds on the league whether or not it comes back, doing it in the best way and trying to continue the streak we had “, he comments on the matter on the official radio of the UDA, clarifying that they are carrying out the work ordered by the Almería club’s technical staff to be in the best way, being aware that perhaps no more 19-20. “What is happening is hard. It is one of the hardest moments in history that we are going to live, both for the deceased, and for what the restrooms, truckers and a long etcetera are doing. We have realized that all professions are important, “says the Sevillian, appealing to follow the directives of the different authorities.” You read the news and you get goosebumps. As far as it goes, my family and friends are fine, let’s knock on wood, but you’re sorry for everything that’s happening. It is to bring your hands to your head. People die one after the other and impact you. We must try to take it in the best possible way, doing what the state and the different authorities tell us, “he continues.Finally, the striker believes that positive consequences will be drawn from everything bad, such as savoring the small details. “Because of the normality that we have, we believe that the human being can do and undo, but there are greater forces that we are not prepared for. He has put our feet on the ground. Now we are giving more importance to things that we did not give them before, such as a simple coffee, going outside or working. We see it as normal, but when the earth puts us in place we realize the small details. “
Portmore United head coach Linval Dixon was excited about his team’s 2-1 win against Tivoli Gardens in the Red Stripe Premier League (RSPL) second-leg quarter-final at the Wembley Centre of Excellence yesterday. Portmore advanced to the semi-final, 3-2, on aggregate following a 1-1 draw in the first leg a week ago at Tivoli’s Edward Seaga Sports Complex. The Portmore team settled early and took the lead when Javon East netted past Tivoli’s goalkeeper, Davian Watkins, in the fifth minute. However, Tivoli equalised when central defender Barrington Pryce converted a penalty in the 23rd minute. But, Portmore found the winner courtesy of captain Ewan Grandison, who scored in the 40th minute. Dixon described his team’s performance as an improvement over the first game. “It was a much better performance from the team today. We knew the game would be physical, so we were prepared,” Dixon said at the conclusion of the game. GOOD PERFORMANCE “Of course, we are very happy and excited about the win against a good Tivoli team. It was good to see the team come back and give a good performance after the first-leg draw last week,” the former national defender added. Tivoli introduced former Reggae Boy Jermaine ‘Teddy’ Johnson at the start of the second half, and he added some venom to their attack. Johnson, who was back after being sidelined due to a hamstring injury came close when his free kick was saved by Portmore’s custodian, Shaven-Sean Paul. “We knew that Jermaine would be involved at some stage, but it was not about planning for any individual but the entire Tivoli team,” he said about Johnson’s appearance. Tivoli’s coach Damion Gordon said that he was very disappointed with his team’s performance. “The team failed to follow instruction,” an upset Gordon said. The RSPL will continue tonight with the second-leg quarter-final between champions Montego Bay United and Arnett Gardens at the Montego Bay Sports Complex in Catherine Hall, St James. Both teams are locked at 1-1 on aggregate heading into the 8 pm kickoff.
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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Ben Dawson defended his crown in the Blizzard Bike Club’s 4th Annual Beatton to Death mountain bike race on Saturday.Dawson wasn’t however guaranteed a win during the race, which took place on the Beatton Park trails. Chetwynd’s Corwin Bowers was leading the pack up to the 1.5 hour mark, before Dawson took over to win the event with 17 laps covered over 6 hours.The Top 5 riders from the race were:1. Ben Dawson 17 lapsCorwin Bowers 16 lapsJosh Telizyn/Tyler Brunet covered 16 laps as a relay teamDawit Feyissa 14 lapsRobert Sapp 12 laps- Advertisement -On Sunday, it was Matt Gilmore taking the title in the Kal Tire road race, covering the 45 kilometre distance in a time of 1:20:00 hours. Richard Wood edged out Kristine Bock for second at 1:21:14. Ard Hoogenboom was 4th at 1:25:13 and 5th was Pat Ferris at 1:27:13.
“We can be happy because we reached a lot of our goals from early in the year that probably no one really believed but us,” said Lodrick Stewart, who led USC with 22 points. “The coaching staff taught us a lot and brought us beyond what we thought we could do this year.” USC (21-10, 11-7) will play sixth-seeded Stanford in the first round of the Pac-10 tournament Thursday at 6:20 p.m. The teams split two games in the regular season, with USC winning last week at Galen Center. This game mirrored USC’s season so far, with a lot for the coaching staff to be happy about but not the desired conclusion. It’s the first time the Trojans lost consecutive games. Stewart forced overtime with a 3-pointer from in front of the USC bench with five seconds left in regulation. Many of his family members, who came over from Seattle for the game, got a great view of the shot from right behind the bench. Stewart had a chance to win the game in the first overtime when he was hit on the elbow by Kyle Weaver on a 3-point attempt with 2.1 seconds to go and the Trojans trailing by two points. PULLMAN, WA. – USC players and coaches shook hands with their opponents at midcourt Saturday and walked into the tunnel with a hint of smiles among their faces. Call it a glass-half-full point of view. A regular season full of positives ended with a disappointing 88-86 double-overtime loss to No. 13 Washington State at Beasley Coliseum. The Trojans, ranked No. 23, lost the battle for second place in the Pacific-10 Conference but couldn’t be too discouraged with third after entering the season picked to finish sixth by the media. It’s USC’s highest placement since taking second in 2001-02. The Trojans were last in the Pac-10 just two years ago. After making the first free throw, he missed the second. The Cougars (24-6, 13-5) called a timeout to ice him but Stewart came out and hit the final free throw to force another extra period. “I just wish I could have made one more free throw,” Stewart said. “It’s frustrating because I knew if I made those three, I could seal the game. That last free throw, whew, I was nervous in there on that one. I miss it, we lose. I make it, we get another shot.” In double overtime, USC trailed by three with 45 seconds remaining. Stewart attempted a 3-pointer to tie the game once again but it barely nicked the rim. Gabe Pruitt hit two 3-pointers down the stretch but Washington State made its free throws to hold off the Trojans. Taj Gibson’s full-court heave at the buzzer came up well short. USC nearly pulled out the victory despite playing without leading scorer Nick Young for both overtimes. Young fouled out with 18 seconds left in regulation. He stopped at the free throw line and tried a series of moves to get defender Weaver up in the air with the Trojans trailing by two points. But Weaver stayed on the ground, Young lowered his shoulder and Weaver flopped to the floor. An offensive foul was called. It was similar the first game between the teams, a 58-55 Washington State win at Galen Center, when Young caught the inbounds pass down by one in the final seconds and was called for charging at midcourt. “It’s one of the things I was proud of,” coach Tim Floyd said. “I think our guys played well without him.” “It was very hard,” Young said. “It was hard to see my teammates out there and not be able to do anything to be a part of it except cheer for them.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Tom Rennie is joined by the former Chelsea, QPR, Fulham and Sunderland winger Clive Walker to talk about the Blues’ start to the season and whether Jose Mourinho’s men are still title favourites. Clive also has his say on this weekend’s derby between Newcastle and Sunderland.The former Celtic and Brighton defender Adam Virgo joins us to talk about Manchester United, having covered their defeat of Liverpool last weekend.The former Arsenal winger Adrian Clarke gives us his ‘three to watch’ and Alvaro Romeo, talkSPORT’s Spanish Premier League editor, joins us to play the final ‘Tom against the World’ of 2014.
New Chelsea vice-captain Branislav Ivanovic believes new signings Asmir Begovic and Radamel Falcao can help the club retain the Premier League title next season.The 31-year-old defender is happy Jose Mourinho has strengthened his squad with the acquisition of the ex-Stoke goalkeeper as a direct replacement for Petr Cech, while Manchester United misfit Falcao replaces departed club legend Didier Drogba.“I wish Asmir a good career in Chelsea and during all the years he was in Stoke he was one of the best in the league, and I hope he can help our team,” the Serbian international told chelseafc.com.Ivanovic is also relieved to have Falcao as a team-mate now rather than having to play against the powerful Colombia forward next season.He said: “Especially when we remember how he good he was when he played against us. He is scoring goals in training and is working hard to be at that level.“The new guys are always happy when they arrive at Chelsea.“They adapt very quickly and all of the guys help the new ones with this. It shows how good the atmosphere is inside our team.” 1 Asmir Begovic
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Newcastle United target Pepe Reina has been offered a new contract by Napoli which contains a £4m release-clause for clubs outside of Italy.The Spaniard’s current deal expires in a year and he has been locked in negotiations for months over an extension.Napoli are desperate for the 34-year-old to pen fresh terms, but Newcastle are also offering him the chance to return to England.Reina previously spent nine years in the Premier League with Liverpool and his former boss Rafa Benitez reportedly wants to bring him to St. James’ Park.Napoli, though, still want the goalkeeper to sign a new contract and, according to Radio Crc, they have offered him terms which contain a release-clause.The agreement in the deal would allow Reina to join clubs in certain countries outside of Italy for around £4m.The Spaniard is reportedly more willing to agree to such a contract along these lines, although he is said to want his release-clause lowered to £1.5m. 1 Pepe Reina
REVEALED no dice It was another eventful Mourinho press conference 2 huge blow Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars possible standings This claim by Mourinho sparked an explosive reaction from Durham who vowed to name TEN managers who are currently better than the three-time Premier League champion.Below you can see which managers Durham believes are better than Mourinho and you can listen to the full debate with co-Drivetime presenter Darren Gough above.Durham said: “He [Mourinho] said finishing second last season was one of his greatest achievements, how embarrassing!“Jose is not currently in the top ten managers in the world. Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Durham believes Mourinho is following Arsene Wenger’s footsteps as a former great England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won “Let me throw in a few others you can debate. If you go down the pound for pound route how about Eddie Howe at Bournemouth? Sean Dyche finishing seventh last season although right now Burnley are not so great.“What about Nuno Espirito Santo at Wolves or Slavisa Jokanovic for the football they play at Fulham?“He has been one of the best without a doubt. He was brilliant but isn’t anymore.“He is absolutely the new Arsene Wenger!” 2 Pochettino – ✅Klopp – ✅Sarri – ✅Mourinho – ❌@talkSPORTDrive says Jose Mourinho is NOT one of the top ten managers in the world 😲 pic.twitter.com/neatmjLyi6— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) August 31, 2018“Let me give you ten who are better – Zinedine Zidane as he’s won three Champions League’s in a row.“Pep Guardiola – Manchester City are champions and play stunning football.“Pound for pound Mauricio Pochettino is better. Have a look at what Pochettino’s doing at Spurs and then look at what Mourinho is doing at United. Poch is better!“Jurgen Klopp – amazing football.“Diego Simeone – Jose is a poor man’s Simeone! talkSPORT’s Adrian Durham launched a huge attack on Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho for comments the Portuguese made during his pre-match press conference on Friday.Mourinho, who is under pressure following United’s poor start to the season, launched another furious defence of his managerial credentials and even declared himself as “one of the greatest managers in the world”. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card silverware shining Latest Premier League News “Didier Deschamps – World Cup winner. Did you see the football France played at the tournament? Mourinho has good players but can’t make them play well.“I’ll have Leonardo Jardim in there as well. He performed miracles at Monaco.“Massimiliano Allegri the Juventus boss – that goes without saying.“Ernesto Valverde the Barcelona boss – double winners and they play great football.And finally Maurizio Sarri. Check out the brand of football Napoli played under him! Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? smart causal REVEALED