“The important thing is the people. We will see ourselves immersed in an ERTE and that creates uncertainty” The goal of the season for Paco remains the same and the margin, a little higher than the rest of the teams. Rayo is still pending the postponed match against Albacete. “We are eleven and a half short. Our idea is to get into the playoff and for this we have to try to make a strong start. We came from a spectacular inertia, but that has already been lost and we all started from scratch, “he explained. To achieve this, will they be able to count on those players who end their contracts on June 30?” The pertinent organizations will have to make this clear, but applying the logic, the contracts will be extended until the end of the course “.Paco, Sandoval, Fran Fernández and Ramis agreed in their applause and thanks to all the professionals who have taken a step forward in this coronavirus crisis. “These situations bring out the best and worst in people, but the human being is so stupid that he forgets quickly and surely in five years we will be as stupid as now. Hopefully it will last several generations“the rayista coach concluded. BEHIND CLOSED DOORS YOUR PLAYERS Paco Jémez addressed the hypothetical future that LaLiga holds, during a gathering on-line organized by the coaching school of the Royal Madrid Football Federation (RFFM), in which Sandoval, Ramis, Fran Fernández also participated and which was moderated by Petón. “I have no doubt that the championship will end, I do not think we will reach 2021. You have to find a place to finish it as soon as possible and that other future competitions are not compromised. No problem to play in the summer. Of course, it will be very difficult to do it in front of people. We are getting used to the idea that it will be without an audience. We are concerned about health and we want it to be risk-free if we compete “, started the franjirrojo coach.It would not be Paco’s first experience without spectators in the stands. He already faced it during his time in Mexico at the head of the Cruz Azul. “It was against Veracruz. A very strange thing. Only the screams of the players and coaches could be heard. The essence was missing, which is the people“he recalled and added:” Acclimating to that is more mental than physical. We will have to adapt. When we start there will be no excuses and the set-up will also make us return to routines and put everyone in their place. “Beyond that, the coach knows that he will have his staff to death:” I trust them and I know when I have to squeeze them they will be there. Definitely“ “We are getting used to the idea of playing without an audience. We will have to adapt because the essence is missing, which is the people” In addition to the physical is the emotional aspect of footballers. Something to which the coaches attach great importance. In these tough times … the answer is empathy. “We are at your disposal to help you in any way possible. He just caught me like a dog. I have my daughter studying here in Madrid, my mother and sister in Córdoba, my wife and my other daughter is in A Coruña … And the same players, some have their family in another country. And the shit we have on top is so big … that thinking about football is difficult for me now. With this pile of shit around, talking about football can be frivolous for people, “reflected Paco. While the competition resumes or not, all the technicians have sent homework to their pupils in the hope that a set-up can be done before starting. “I know they work at home, they have their planning and material was brought to them. We send them videos to entertain and memorize what they usually do, but the important thing is to care about people and we will be immersed in some ERTE that create uncertainty. When we return we will need almost a preseason. The longer we stand, the more we will need later. I do not get accounts so that the competition has a minimum of rigor …“argued Mr. Rayista.Paco asks for a minimum of three weeks of preseason so that the group can be at the top again. “It is as important to start the competition as it is of quality and we do not see a single against married. Let’s see if the races are going to make us destroy it: it can bring injuries, decreased performance … “, explained the coach, who also spoke about the new problems looming on the horizon:” We are getting into an unknown scenario, playing in summer with extreme temperatures, every 72 hours, without an audience, perhaps without youth squad … Is a fregao where we will go around the cakes as they come to us. Although we will all be in the same conditions. “
BREAKING 54 SECONDS Only six Jamaican women – Melaine Walker, Kaliese Spencer, Deon Hemmings, Janieve Russell, Nickesha Wilson and Debbie-Ann Parris – have ever run the 400-metre hurdles faster than 54 seconds. The fastest three are Walker, Spencer and Hemmings at 52.42, 52.79 and 52.82 seconds, respectively. “I’m just taking each race a step at a time”, the 2010 World Junior Championship finalist explained, “and work with what the coach has in store and see where it takes me.” Tracey was on track at last Saturday’s Western Relays in Montego Bay. With her Sprintec team-mate Gayon Evans racing in Europe, the 400metre hurdler made a cameo appearance as anchor on the club’s runner-up 4×100 team. Her day ended with a 52.6-second anchor leg in the women’s 4×400-metre relay. Ristananna Tracey, the 400-metre hurdles finalist, hasn’t mastered her event’s technique and she knows it. That’s why she is devoting herself to refining her hurdles technique this season. Tracey, the former Edwin Allen Comprehensive High School star, thinks this will pave the way for her to improve. Now in her second season at Maurice Wilson’s Sprintec Club, Tracey is trying to build on a fine 2016 campaign. She won the 400-metre hurdles at the National Senior Championship and went on to establish a personal best of 54.15 seconds in the Olympic final to finish fifth. Speaking in Montego Bay, last Saturday, the 24-year-old was candid about the area she needs to work on. “Most definitely, my technique is one of my major downfalls,” she confessed, “and I’m working on getting a better technique and I think, with a better technique, I can shave down my time a bit.” She was nevertheless cautious about predicting a specific time she has targeted for 2017. Asked to specify whether or not those improvements will take her past her personal best into sub-54-second territory, she laughed coyly and replied, “Let’s wait and see.”
SUPPORT Banned Jamaica and West Indies all rounder Andre Russell says he was not surprised by the Kolkata Knight Riders’ decision to retain his services for this year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) competition. Russell received a one-year ban from the Independent Anti-Doping Disciplinary Panel last month after violating the World Anti-Doping Agency’s (WADA) whereabouts rules. The 28-year-old Russell failed to file his whereabouts on three occasions in 2015, akin to a failed drug test under WADA guidelines, and is barred from playing both international and domestic cricket until January 31 next year. Russell told The Gleaner in an exclusive interview yesterday that the Knight Riders have decided to retain his services. “It just goes to show that once you have been doing well for a team and you build a relationship, you become a part of a family,” said Russell. “They have retained me and I am happy for that, and I am just looking forward for 2018. “Kolkata Knight Riders … for the past three years, I have been playing my cricket there, I have been performing well for them over that period of time,” said Russell. He added that he has received a lot of support from the Knight Riders owner and its chief executive during these tough times. “Everyone came together and said that going through these worrying times, they are going to make me comfortable and get this out of my head, so that I can relax, train and do what I want to do. (I can) have a good time with my family for this one year and make sure that when I come, I am fully fit and ready to roll,” Russell said. However, he noted that he is not sure whether he would be attending any games in the IPL this year. “It is not finalised yet because there are a lot of things that I can’t do when it comes to my ban; it’s hard because I am not even allowed to go into the changing rooms, but we will see what happens when it gets to that time,” Russell said. The IPL runs from April 5 to May 21.
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…credits Police/civilian collaboration for successGeneral Secretary of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP), Clement Rohee believes the Guyana Police Force (GPF) is finally paying heed to the public’s advice in the fight against crime and that may very well be responsible for the recent success the force has been enjoying when it comes to solving a number of cases in recent months.Rohee, a former Minister of Home Affairs, told the weekly news conference on Monday that the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) seems to be finally listening to civilians and not believing that they know it all.He said there was a time when civilians were ignored and disregarded to the detriment of successful investigation and prosecution.“Making effective use of human intelligence and civilian common sense is the way to go,” Rohee said, adding that, “dispersing CID sleuths to areas where useful information can be obtained is proving to be productive and effective.”He said making judicious and selective use of informants with well-established networks and connections’ importance in crime fighting.The former security minister, who up to recently, criticized the force for not being able to tackle the country’s spiralling crime situation, said also closer collaboration between Special Branch and CID has always been on the agenda and expressed satisfaction that this has finally been accomplished.“Special Branch is the main intelligence-gathering unit of the Guyana Police Force. Their work must be fused with criminal intelligence if continued success is to be assured,” Rohee asserted. He however warned that police investigators must uphold the ethics and rules of good professional policing.Rohee in commending Crime Chief Wendell Blanhum for his success urged that the Senior Superintendent of Police be promoted to Assistant Commissioner immediately, a rank commensurate with that of the position of Crime Chief.“However, Blanhum must at all times refuse instructions and directives of a non-professional and political nature,” Rohee warned.Over the past few months, the department has been praised by the public for its efforts in solving a number of crimes, including cold cases.Among some of the major successes are a breakthrough in the February 2008 murder of 76-year-old businessman Habiboodean for which the man’s 50-year-old daughter Bibi Habiboodean and the hit-man have been charged.The most recent success was on Sunday when investigators made a quantum leap in solving the 2010 disappearance of former BK International employee Babita Sarjou, as they dug up her skeletal remains in the Seaforth Street, Campbellville, residence of the woman’s estranged husband.Sarjou, who at the time of disapperance lived at Timehri Public Road, East Bank Demerara, left her desk and computer unattended at work in November 2010 but never returned.Her family and police have since been seeking her whereabouts. The police have also managed to solve a number of recent crimes, including robberies and murders. Only recently the force boasted of a 19 per cent reduction in serious crimes thus far for 2016.
The Fort St. John Northern Metalic Flyers continued on with their winning ways as they welcomed the Whitecourt Wolverines for games on Saturday and Sunday. The Flyers won both contests and had a record of 5-1 in the month of November.In Saturday’s game the Flyers opened the scoring before the game was two minutes old. They had a 3-0 lead in the second before the Wolverines closed the gap to 3-1. The third period was full of goals with each team finding the back of the net three times to close out the scoring at 6-4.The two teams played in a rematch on Sunday with the Flyers taking a 1-0 lead 50 seconds into the second period. The score held going into the third period where the Flyers scored twice in a thirteen second span to wrap the game up at 3-0.- Advertisement –
The blue truck slid into the path of the green tractor trailer. That vehicle was from Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta.Police say the investigation continues, and Highway 97 remains closed until further notice.Mounties expect the highway to reopen around 1 a.m. on Saturday.Motorists are advised that there are no detours available, and to plan accordingly.Advertisement A 28 year old Fort Nelson man is dead following a motor vehicle accident near Toad River.Police were notified of a vehicle collision at around 10:30 a.m. on Friday. The incident happened around kilometre 652, five kilometres north of Toad River.Officers located a blue, 2009 Nissan Pickup Truck and a green 1997 Kenworth tractor trailer unit that had collided on the Highway.- Advertisement -The man driving the blue truck had died at the scene as a result of his injuries.Preliminary police investigation determines that the man from Fort Nelson was traveling southbound, when he lost control of his blue truck as he was negotiating a turn.Officers say the roads had been icy.Advertisement
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After ending Ivory Coast’s involvement at the 2017 edition and qualifying for last year’s World Cup at their expense, Morocco again got the better of their west African opponents in a meeting of the top two sides in Group D.Morocco need a point in their final game against South Africa to be assured of top spot, although Ivory Coast will likely still join them in the knockout rounds as runners-up with a match to come against underdogs Namibia.“Our first goal is go further than we did in 2017,” said Renard, whose Morocco lost to Egypt in the quarter-finals two years ago. “We are potentially stronger now but we need to keep the same state of mind. If we reach our goal we’ll see what we can do. There’s still a long way to go and it’s going to be a difficult competition for everyone.”Jonathan Kodjia struck the winner in Ivory Coast’s opening 1-0 win over South Africa and the rangy Aston Villa forward nearly struck inside the first minute, connecting with Serge Aurier’s flighted cross only for Romain Saiss to brilliantly head over from under his own bar.Morocco had toiled in the sweltering afternoon heat in their 1-0 victory over Namibia in their first game and they too went close in front of a mostly full Al Salam Stadium when En-Nesyri flashed a shot just the wrong side of the post from Nabil Dirar’s smart cross.– Amrabat impresses –Leganes forward En-Nesyri put Morocco ahead on 23 minutes but it was the work from Nordin Amrabat that deserved much of the credit, the former Watford winger slaloming past three Ivorian defenders before slipping a cute ball through for En-Nesyri to slot beyond Sylvain Gbohouo.Nicolas Pepe almost brought the Ivorians level moments later as the ball fell to him on the edge of the box after Morocco goalkeeper Yassine Bounou knocked the ball away from Max Gradel, but the in-demand Lille star failed to hit the target with a pair of covering defenders.Amrabat and En-Nesyri promptly combined once more to great effect, the former dummying intelligently to allow the forward a low strike at goal that Gbohouo saved well before falling on the rebound.Ismael Traore went close late on for Ivory Coast with an overhead kick © AFP / JAVIER SORIANOMidfielder Geoffrey Serey Die thumped just over from distance after a poor Bounou clearance as Ivory Coast struggled to carve out genuine openings while Younes Belhanda, back in the Morocco side after injury, forced Gbohouo to push over his curling effort.Ivory Coast substitute Wilfried Bony, without a club following his release by Swansea, planted a header wide with Ismael Traore’s spectacular overhead attempt smothered comfortably by Bounou. Noussair Mazraoui, on as a late replacement for Hakim Ziyech, volleyed against the bar in stoppage time after a clinical break as Morocco secured a win that should leave them on course to face a third-place finisher for a spot in the quarter-finals. 0Shares0000(Visited 3 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Youssef En-Nesyri (R) scored his first goal for Morocco since November © AFP / Khaled DESOUKICairo, Egypt, Jun 28 – Morocco coach Herve Renard masterminded another victory over his former team Ivory Coast on Friday as a 1-0 win sent the north Africans through to the last 16 in Egypt.Youssef En-Nesyri’s superb first-half goal in Cairo earned Renard and Morocco a third win in a row over an Ivorian side he coached to the Africa Cup of Nations title in 2015.