LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of February 12, 2020 When analyzing the game, San Emeterio said: “It will be complicated by the push they have at home” and development: “It will be a match similar to the one here, a very physical match, closed in terms of occasions, individual struggles. We have to go thinking about what we have to go 100% to match intensity. “ Fede San Emeterio, Real Valladolid player, returns to Los Cármenes, stadium where last season he managed to ascend with Granada, team that keeps “a great memory” Y does not deny that it is “a special match, I left there very good friends, many people dear for the year so special that I spent there. ”The midfielder is sincere in stating that “We were all surprised by its performance. A little less for meeting them from last year, for the dynamics, but they were reinforced well and the truth is that it is a great season for them, surprised a little because no one expected him to be as he is, “he analyzed the Nasrids:”It is a very compact team, they play as a team, they all go to one and at home they are a little stronger “ Y He denied that it could take their toll to be immersed in the Cup: “First professional teams are prepared to competeWednesday weekend they also have a good closet bottom and we will face the game as a final. “ The player also gave his impressions on the fight for the descent: “We focus on ours which is what we can change or improve because we cannot do anything about others. We look at the classification, but we do ours, to continue adding to reach the objective “, He acknowledged that the distance of +8 would have been signed at the beginning of the season: “To have this rent we would have signed it, we are in a comfortable situation, in quotes “ Y He denied that they make them on the points of salvation: “I don’t know how many points he will be, I have not done kabbalahs and I think the team either, we are focused on what may come next weekend. These three points will be as important as the final three, the sooner we get the points to be saved mathematically, the better. “ On a personal level, Fede San Emeterio claimed to be “very happy, I have had sections playing more, less, but I feel very comfortable with my teammates, coaching staff, with everyone and very happy because the collective is doing very well and that makes everything much better “ Y appreciated the arrival of Matheus to a saturated position: “It has been very well coupled, very fast and the more people there are better for the team, which is what we all owe. It’s true that another partner in the midfield, but raises the level and competence in the workforce and for us much better “ and defined him: “He is a pretty dynamic player, with ball it is offered well, also in defense Y it is quite complete. “
But there is some curious information in his history at Atlético. He twice scored four goals. One to Betis and the other … to Seville. In the match against Betis he scored twice the goal of the lame, since he had been injured. On five occasions he scored a treble.Another curiosity is that never took a penalty. None of his 127 goals were scored from the penalty spot. In the Recopa marked 1-1 against Fiorentina and did not fail in the tiebreaker either. The rojiblancos won by 3-0, with goals from Jones, Mendonça and Peiró. Joaquín Peiró keeps a beautiful record at Atlético. Peiró, who died this Wednesday at the age of 84, is the only footballer in the history of the Madrid club to win and score a goal in the finals played. Greyhound of the Metropolitan marked in the two Cup finals (1959-60 and 60-61) against Real Madrid and also in that of the Recopa de Europa against Fiorentina, in 1962. He scored in both, because in the first there was a tiebreaker game and a second had to be played. It was Atlético’s first European title. In the first Cup final in Chamartín Atlético beat Real Madrid 3-1. They marked Collar, Jones and Peiró. It was the first cupbearer title in the history of Atlético. A year later, the final was repeated and the Chamartín stadium returned to attend a new rojiblanco victory. This time Atlético won 3-2, with a double by Peiró and both by Mendonça.
Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) reacts during a break in play during the second half of the team’s NBA basketball game against the Toronto Raptors on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018, in Toronto. (Frank Gunn/The Canadian Press via AP)TORONTO — LeBron James isn’t enjoying the view lately, watching the end of blowout losses from the Cleveland Cavaliers’ bench.James and his struggling Cavaliers absorbed their most-lopsided rout of the season, overwhelmed by the Toronto Raptors 133-99 on Thursday night.ADVERTISEMENT Meralco ‘never the same’ after Almazan injury in PBA Finals “That I haven’t played in the fourth quarter,” he said, adding his team is getting “tore up.”Kevin Love, who scored 10 points, said he’s confident the Cavs can turn it around in time to reach the finals for a fourth straight season.“We have enough talent here to get over that hump and make a lot of good things happen,” Love said. “Right now it’s just tough to see the light at the end of the tunnel but it is there. We will get out of it and we will get better.”Fred VanVleet scored a career-high 22 points, Jonas Valanciunas had 15 points and a season-high 18 rebounds and the Raptors overcame the absences of two starters.C.J.Miles scored 16 points, Pascal Siakam and Norm Powell each had 14 and DeMar DeRozan 13 for the Raptors, who were without point guard Kyle Lowry (bruised tailbone) and forward Serge Ibaka (suspension). Jakob Poeltl had 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Raptors.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson NCAA volleyball: JRU blasts EAC behind Alvarez’s 24 The Cavaliers have dropped six of eight dating to a Christmas Day defeat at defending champion Golden State. James scored 26 points in this loss while Isaiah Thomas missed his first 11 shots.“I don’t know where it kind of went wrong or what happened,” James said. “We’ve got to try to pick it back up and find it.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkAfter losing to Minnesota 127-99 on Monday, the Cavaliers fell by an even bigger margin. Toronto’s 133 points were the most by any Cavaliers opponent this season, and marked the third straight game that Cleveland has allowed at least 127.So, what has been James’ biggest beef with Cleveland’s last two losses? Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ’a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Toronto’s 29 wins through 40 games are the most in franchise history. The Raptors started 28-13 in 2016-17.END OF THE LINEThomas failed to make at least one 3-pointer for the first time in 60 games. It had been the second-longest streak in the NBA behind Golden State’s Klay Thompson (95).UP NEXTCavaliers: Thomas is expected to rest when Cleveland concludes a back-to-back by visiting Indiana on Friday. The Pacers have won both meetings with the Cavs this season.Raptors: Host Golden State on Saturday. Toronto has lost seven straight to the Warriors.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Brian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense Jiro Manio arrested for stabbing man in Marikina LATEST STORIES Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours Redemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie Thompson VanVleet made six of eight 3-point attempts as the Raptors connected on a season-high 18 shots from beyond the arc.“I was really proud of the way he came to play,” Raptors coach Dwane Casey said.Toronto’s 12-game home winning streak was snapped in Tuesday’s loss to Miami, but the Raptors bounced back in their first meeting with Cleveland since the Cavaliers swept the Raptors out of the second round of the playoffs last May.Thomas connecting on a short jumper at 7:22 of the third quarter for his first basket. He finished 2 for 15 and went 0 for 6 from 3-point range. Playing for the fourth time this season as he returns from a right hip injury, Thomas scored four points in 24 minutes.“He’ll be fine,” Cavs coach Tyronn Lue said. “He’s going to have to work out some kinks, but he’ll be fine.”Lowry missed his second straight game after he was injured in a heavy fall in overtime of Monday’s win at Brooklyn. Lowry participated in shootaround Thursday morning but is still too sore to play.Ibaka served a one-game suspension for throwing a punch at Miami’s James Johnson in Tuesday’s home loss to the Heat.Leading 30-24 after one quarter, the Raptors extended their lead in the second thanks to their bench. Siakam scored 10 points and VanVleet had eight as Toronto led 65-40 at halftime.TIP-INSCavaliers: Thomas missed all 10 of his field goal attempts in the first half. … G Derrick Rose who has been out since Nov. 7 with an ankle injury, will not play Friday at Indiana. 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Friday, March 9th – Trackers vs Barons @ 11:00 a.m.Saturday, March 10th – Trackers vs Wolverines @ 11:00 a.m.Saturday, March 10th – Trackers vs Royals @ 6:00 p.m.Sunday, March 11th – 1st place vs 2nd place @ TBD FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Northeast B.C./Yukon Trackers hit the road for their playoff tournament in Fort McMurray on Thursday.The Trackers concluded their regular season on a 10-2-3 stretch that saw them come from 12 points behind the Peace River Royals at Christmas to claim the Bouchier Division crown on the weekend for the first time ever.The boys now prepare for their playoff tournament in Fort McMurray where they’ll square off against divisional opponents: the Grande Prairie Athletic Storm, Fort McMurray Barons, Whitecourt Wolverines and Peace River Royals.- Advertisement -“We have been playing some really good hockey to close out the season,” said head coach Gerard Dicaire. “Without Connor, we have had guys step up their game which has elevated the overall play of the team. Obviously, we have first place in our sights as the boys know that we can beat every team especially the Royals.”The Trackers kick off the tournament against the last-place Storm Thursday at 6:30 p.m. All games can be viewed online on the teams Ustream page: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/nebctrackers.The Trackers’ full tournament schedule is as follows:Advertisement
Brad Bryant will hear the words “defending champion” umpteen times this week. He’ll never get sick of them. When those words have described you only three times in your golf career, you appreciate them more than most. When you’ve come within a stroke of hearing them time and time again, you cherish them when they’re uttered. Bryant will be a happy camper as he defends his title in the Toshiba Classic, a Champions Tour event at the Newport Beach Country Club this week. For threerounds, his first tee shot will be accompanied by those precious words. “As for last year, there is absolutely no question in my mind that the Toshiba tournament was the diving board that sprung me through the year,” Bryant said. “Something happened on those last eight holes – I made fivebirdies on those last eight holes. It was like my world changed. Last year was by far my best year. Both my banker and my wife really liked it, so that was good.” Bryant knows he let a couple more chances to be the defending champion of tournaments slip away, not that he let it consume him. “I had a couple of chances where I could have done better,” Bryant said. “Kansas City is one that stands out. I finished third there, and I made a couple of mistakes there on Sunday with my ball-striking and I got a little impatient. “Last year could have been a little better. However, when you make one million-seven, don’t complain. It was a great year. For me, it was a banner year.” Of course, every year is a fun year for Bryant. His younger brother, Bart (who already has a pair of top-10 finishes on the PGA Tour this year), is eightyears younger. They’ve inspired one another to do well. Bart has battled through injuries, as has Brad. Brad loved winning at the Toshiba Classic, but nothing felt better than watching his brother win on the PGA Tour. “The three victories I’ve had were amazing, but I don’t know if I’ve ever had quite the experience I had watching my brother win at Texas (2004),” Brad Bryant said. “After all he had been through, I got to be there and stand there and congratulate him as he came off the 18th green. It was amazing. “You won’t find anyone who will say a bad thing about Bart, so in that regard, we’re very different,” added Brad Bryant, laughing. When Bart won for the first time in 2004, at age 41, he inspired Brad, then 50, to find his groove on the golf course again. Brad Bryant has a sense of humor, too. That’s why he went with the flow when former PGA Tour player Gary McCord, who also plays on the Champions Tour, gave him the nickname “Dr. Dirt.” McCord said he thought Bryant looked like a guy he saw on a gas commercial, hence the name. Other players began to use the nickname, too, so Bryant embraced it. How could he not? A locker room attendant once told him he respected him so much that he was going to call him “Dr. Dirt” too. He even had “Dirt” stitched on his golf bag, where a player’s name belongs. But not everyone thought it was funny. A California doctor with a landscaping business known as “Dr. Dirt” threatened to sue. That was OK. He liked the sound of “defending champion” better anyway. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Bryant, 52, said his kids liked it, too. All of a sudden, his 15-year-old didn’t mind hanging out with him again. He turned pro in 1976 and played his first full season on the PGA Tour in 1980. Fifteen years later, he finally won the 1995 Walt Disney Classic. Bryant won on the Champions Tour in just his 27th start. Not even two months after winning the Toshiba, he won the Regions Charity Classic. Toshiba set the stage for a splendid year of golf, the best of his career. He was in contention to win several more times, too. He had four second-place finishes, a third-place finish and 10 top-10 finishes in all. Three of his second-place finishes followed the Toshiba victory.
Morelos’ dismissal got Rangers off to a dreadful start Latest Scottish Premiership News Tavernier’s penalty appeared to be enough to give Rangers all three points Gerrard launches furious touchline outburst as horror tackle on Barisic sparks chaos Rangers fans will have been encouraged even further by the club’s progress through the Europa League qualifying rounds, however, this game was Gerrard’s biggest test as Rangers boss to date.They started well and should have taken the lead on four minutes when Jamie Murphy latched onto a through ball but fluffed his lines.On eleven minutes, Gerrard was forced to reshuffle his team’s set-up after Morelos was given a harsh straight red for kicking McKenna after the two clashed off the ball.However, this did not seem to deter Rangers for too long as they took the lead on the half hour through captain Tavernier’s penalty after Windass was hauled to the floor by Ball. 2 2 scrap Allan McGregor needed to tip Niall McGinn’s searching cross away from danger as the visitors went into half-time a goal to the good.The second-half saw Aberdeen have more possession but they failed to penetrate their opponents back line until the third minute of stoppage time when substitute Anderson struck low into the bottom left corner as both sides shared the spoils.LINE-UPSAberdeen XI: Lewis, Ball, Devlin, McKenna (Forrester 31), Considine, Gleeson (May 52), Shinnie, Ferguson, McGinn, Cosgrove (Anderson 71), Mackay-StevenSubs not used: Wright, Campbell, Harrington, CernyRangers XI: McGregor, Tavernier, Katic, Goldson, Flanagan, Arfield, Jack (Ekaria 82), Coulibaly, Murphy (Kent 70), Windass, MorelosSubs not used: Umar, Halliday, McCrorie, Candeias, Alnwick Things got off to an appalling start for Gerrard and co. when Alfredo Morelos was sent off for a kick out off the ball on Dons defender Scott McKenna.Gers managed to regroup from the initial shock and took the lead through Tavernier’s spot-kick after Josh Windass was pulled back by Dominic Ball.The home side improved after the break but failed to create any real clear-cut chances until right at the end when Dons debutante Anderson latched onto Andrew Considine’s knock down to earn Derek McInnes’ men a draw.There has been a great deal of excitement since Gerrard was appointed manager of the Glasgow-based side in the summer. A stoppage-time Aberdeen equaliser prevented Rangers boss Steven Gerrard from getting off to a winning start in his first Scottish Premiership game in charge of the club.Substitute Bruce Anderson’s neat finish cancelled out James Tavernier’s first-half penalty in a game where the visitors played most of the game with ten men.
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Chelsea and Manchester City are battling to sign Napoli’s Argentine striker Ezequiel Lavezzi, according to The Sun.Lavezzi, apparently rated at £20m, has been strongly linked with Paris St-Germain, while Inter Milan are also believed to have shown an interest.But it is claimed that the player’s representatives are holding out for offers from the Premier League’s big spendersThe Sun also pick up on comments attributed to Yaya Toure’s agent by the Spanish media, which appeared to suggest the Ivorian is looking to quit City and that Chelsea are one of the clubs that could sign him.Following reports in the Italian press that former England boss Fabio Capello is in the frame for the Chelsea manager’s job, the Daily Mirror suggest he could be installed at Stamford Bridge as early as next week.Capello, 66, is said to be looking for a three-year deal worth around £6m per season and could lay the foundations for Pep Guardiola to succeed him in 2014 – although Guardiola is also reported to be a target for Liverpool.The Sun say Capello would be prepared to accept even a one-year deal with Guardiola then taking over.The Daily Telegraph suggest Italian media reports that Capello is odds-on to become Chelsea boss are wide of the mark, but that he is pushing himself forward for the job as well as weighing up a highly-lucrative offer to be the head coach of the United Arab Emirates.The Daily Express also report that Capello, who still has a house in London, wants the Blues to appoint him.Meanwhile, The Sun report that Salomon Kalou is keen to rejoin his former club Feyenoord.Kalou, whose Chelsea contract expires this summer, is quoted as saying: “Feyenoord can call me any time — they are the first name on my list.“Let me win the Champions League final and then I will think about Feyenoord. Yes, I’m serious.”Video: Will Chelsea be crowned European champions?See also:Chelsea are not like Arsenal and shouldn’t leave Stamford BridgeA move to the ‘Battersea Bridge’ make sense for ChelseaFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook