Did you expect a season as complicated as this?We face the season with optimism despite the difficulties. This is making us a stronger and more united team. And it’s nice to overcome all that together. When you consider a season you know that there are always ups and downs with good times and others not so much. That is part of football.After the click of losing the promotion against Deportivo, that communion with the fans predicted another less tortuous path.The fans since that day support us more. It is an honor and pleasure to feel your support despite the difficulties. It is to be thankful. The fans are with the team. Despite the adverse circumstances, he has continued to show his support and affection for both players and coaches. Rarely has something like this been seen.It is a source of pride for both us and the fans because the fact of being united has a positive impact on the team. It makes us better soccer players. They see that we strive and give our faces for them.Is there fear of descent?We do not think about the descent. At least I. We think about improving and working every day and that way we will try to get as many points as possible.When there are difficulties, the quarry always appears to the rescue. All a saving heritage.Good sign that Málaga works well in the quarry. There is a good level. They go out and face. It strengthens us and puts the batteries.What do you think about Antoñín?Very good player! It is fast, overflows and has audacity. That is what an attacking player is asked for. He is helping with some goals to the team. We want to keep it that way.Hugo Vallejo leaves nothing less than Real Madrid. It’s so good?I have always liked it a lot. We have trained together since last season and the kid has very good conditions. That he does very well because he is a great player.Which is the canterano that has surprised you the most?Hicham It seems to me a player that overflows easily. It has a twist, a change of pace … it is very difficult to catch it in training. It has a lot of repertoire. Fast and versatile Very good.What is sometimes put left-handed is a nuisance?I always try to help the team in any position. As if they have to put me forward! I always try to comply with the coach’s orders.Always central?In juveniles it was far left. Now central.Last year at this time the Ausburg wanted to sign him. It offered 4.5 million euros. He remembers?I remember. It was in the previous winter market. I decided to stay here. And the truth is that I am happy.Did they talk to you?There were contacts. My ‘rep’ told me they were interested and wanted to do it soon. I told him that my decision was to stay and the truth is that I don’t regret it. I wanted to stay in Malaga and that’s it. I don’t regret it.Another that loved him was Granada (he has finally signed Vallejo). There is Diego Martínez.Diego Martínez is a coach who has marked a before and after in my career because he bet on me very strong in Sevilla Atlético. We did two great seasons with him and learned a lot. I wish him well. He is a great coach. It covers a lot about the game and interprets everything very well. He is a very intelligent person. Whenever a team loves you it is a compliment. But I am focused on Malaga. Very hard all this has happened with Victor.I imagine it is a difficult situation. And being a public person has had an impact.Many differences between Victor and Pellicer?They are two good trainers. I have been with both very comfortable. They are similar because they make you feel comfortable.And Pellicer? Will you stay until the end of the season?The costumes have welcomed him from the first day. We feel comfortable and he with us. If it will stay? There I do not decide but the leaders. He is doing a good job. He is very qualified because he does his job very well.Luis Hernández is in marshal plan.Luis is always fine. It is very good central. I like very much. It is a pleasure to play with him.And Juande? Another canterano that has been released with the first team or that is also central.I knew him from the workouts. He always does well. Serious, correct and well placed. I also know him from the University, he goes to my class,What are you studying?Psychology. We enjoy in the classes.And do people recognize you in class? Do they give him a lot of charcoal?I am one more and I try to go to my ball and make friends and enjoy what is important about the classes. Many times people don’t realize that I play football because they consider me a normal kid.What does it take to be a good psychologist?Have a feeling with people and know how to connect with them well, try to listen actively and understand their problems, what happens and try to help. But really, not with empty words. Understand the problem and help in some way.Let’s talk about Mirandés, tomorrow’s rival.They won 0-3 in Girona to one of the best teams in the category. That says a lot about them. We will have to take it as a very serious rival. I agreed with Matheus, the striker, in the Granada branch (Recreativo de Granada in 2015-16). We already had a complicated game there.How is life in Valencia doing for his countryman and friend of Chiclana Manu Vallejo?I think it’s fine, enjoying minutes. He’s doing fine. It has potential and being in Valencia already has reason to be proud.How do you see about Cádiz, which has ceased to be a leader?This is the Second B. It is very difficult to always be at the same level. Teams that are looser reinforce.Malaga is the least thrashed of Second.It makes us happy. But you have to improve many aspects, generate more goals.Do you think that Malaga can aspire to something more than permanence?It always points high. But the situation is complicated and we have to gradually emerge from these positions. I always say. Any match is three points, no matter what rival it is.A second footballer who has surprised you?I really like Luis Suarez, the one from Zaragoza. I think it’s a very powerful forward. It catches my attention a lot.And the race for promotion, how do you see it? Does the economic potential that Almeria is developing in this tremendous season catch your attention?I don’t know why, but I would say that Zaragoza is going to be up. Almeria is having a very good season, scores many goals and is very solid.Good luck.Thank you.Assigned in U21 with CeladesDiego González signed for Málaga in the 2017-18 season. The Costa del Sol team paid Seville two million euros, with the Sánchez Pizjuán entity reserving a purchase option for five million euros in the first three campaigns. Diego, who still has a year of commitment in force, was a member of the U21 National Team at the stage of the Valencia coach, Albert Celades.
To the load, led by Carroll with 10 points in the first quarter, Rudy Fernandez joined with two triples in a row as soon as the second began. Unicaja still did not appear in ‘his’ final and Real Madrid took advantage of it to warn with a quick sentence (14-35, min. 14), as in the semifinal against Valencia Basket. He fulfilled his threat and the final ended long ahead of time.Brizuela can’t avoid a historical beating Above it was achieved without the contest of Walter Tavares, who went to the bench as soon as he committed the first foul. Maximum protection of Pablo Laso for his lethal weapon under the hoops. Unicaja was looking for a leader and Darío Brizuela, pure character, did not wrinkle to finally light the pavilion, drugged by the marker.The escort scored 10 of the 12 points followed by the Andalusians, who reduced the white lead to less than half (26-35, min. 18). He roared the ‘Basque Mamba’ and roared the Carpena, and so much noise woke Campazzo, who returned to the track to reduce the local euphoria. After five minutes without scoring, coinciding with the passing of the Argentine on the bench, Real Madrid hit another stretch before the break (28-43).After passing through changing rooms, Carroll, about to turn 37, continued to show the energy of a kid and also Tavares began to damage the paint. As always, all under the approval of Campazzo, who allowed genius as circus as effective that aroused the cries of admiration of the Malaga public, who at least saw quality plays because the battle was more than sentenced at the end of the third quarter (40- 68).He ended up testing the Unicaja of medicine that he had applied in the semifinals to MoraBanc Andorra. This time he played the role of a martyr before a much higher rival and plugged in at the key moment after a few weeks of doubt, projected towards his nineteenth title in the ‘Laso era’, six of them in the Cup. An unquestionable champion.DATA SHEETUNICAJA: Adams (7), Fernández (4), Toupane (2), Thompson (6) and Gerun (4) – initial quintet–; Brizuela (22), Suárez (6), Díaz (2), Ejim (4), Waczynski (2), Guerrero (2) and Elegar (7).REAL MADRID: Campazzo (13), Carroll (20), Deck (6), Randolph (5) and Tavares (12) – initial quintet–; Llull (4), Rudy (6), Thompkins (12), Taylor (9), Causeur (5), Laprovittola (3) and Reyes (-).– PARTIALS: 13-26, 15-17, 14-25 and 26-27.– ARBITRATORS: Martín Bertrán, Peruga and Calatrava. Without eliminated.– PAVILION: Martín Carpena. 10,874 spectators. Real Madrid has proclaimed champion of the 84th edition of the Copa del Rey after rolling over Unicaja this Sunday in the final played at Martín Carpena (68-95), where Facundo Campazzo has completed another master performance to allow the white team I recovered the throne throne three years later.The showcases of Real Madrid are reopened to host the twenty-eighth Cup of its history after a round weekend in Malaga, where it has beaten RETAbet Bilbao Basket, Valencia Basket and Unicaja with great authority. In the forgetfulness there are already the last two and controversial final against Barça, which once again surpasses in three cup titles after achieving the broadest victory in a final with the modern format.For its part, the Unicaja, victim of the ‘curse’ of the host, fell in the second final of the three he has played in the competition. Depleted by the injury of Jaime Fernández, his best man in this Cup and who could barely play eight minutes, he found no answers beyond the faith of Darío Brizuela (22 points). Sad ending for a weekend in which Malaga had stoked his illusion much later.Real Madrid started the same formula used throughout this weekend: whatever Campazzo says. And the Argentine base said that in the final he played festival from the perimeter and to the task that the white patrol put on, martyred his adversary with an 8/14 in the first quarter and a half. Meanwhile, Unicaja scored 0/7 and suffered with Jaime Fernández; visibly lame, he left the bench and could not return. Photo: EFE Campazzo guided Real Madrid with 13 points and 13 assists
Nick Kyrgios won’t be able to defend the title he received in 2019 on the Telcel de Acapulco Mexican Open. The Australian retired throughout his first spherical match towards Frenchman Ugo Humbert after falling in the primary spherical 6-3.Kyrgios collected his issues on the finish of the primary spherical after claiming that suffered a wrist harm, which triggered the pitos and boos to proliferate in the stands after figuring out the choice of the Australian. The Australian lit the Mexican public extra along with his press convention statements. Kyrgios was requested about these boos from the stands to which he replied: “I don’t give a shit. I attempted to play however I used to be injured. I’ve given interviews, I attempted to give tennis … and that’s not respectful?” The Australian stated.
The president of Brescia affirms that he has had “fever for three days” and that he has been “quarantined for eleven”, locked up in his house in the municipality of Padenghe sul Garda, in the province of Brescia, while his wife has stayed in Cagliari (Sardinia), one son is in Milan and the rest “outside”.“I don’t care about the championship … I’m scared to leave home, I have depression,” he admits.“Life comes first. There are ultras who bring oxygen to hospitals, others who mourn their dead, others are intubated. You can not continue playing this year, you have to think about next. There are those who still do not realize what is happening and those are worse than the virus “, Add.Brescia is currently in last place in the Serie A classification of the Italian league, with 16 points, while the leader is Juventus, with 63, and second is Lazio, with 62. The president of the Italian football club Brescia, last in the classification of Series A (First Division), Massimo Cellino, asked today to cancel the Italian league championship for the coronavirus, which he equated with “the plague”.“If we talk about soccer, We must cancel everything until next season. Realism, gentlemen. This is the plague “, Cellino affirms in an interview published this Sunday by the sports newspaper “Corriere dello Sport”.Cellino rules out that there may be a recovery or a season to end, as other presidents like Claudio Lotito of Lazio have defended, and says that if he wants the “scudetto”, that the Italian league give it to him.“The cup, the scudetto … if Lotito wants it, they will give it to him. He is convinced that he has an excellent team, let’s leave him with this idea,” he argues.
“The remaining workers will proceed to work to maintain important companies and platforms important with a 10% pay minimize. The management staff will minimize wages by 20%, whereas the ITF president has voluntarily proposed a 30% lower for one yr, “the assertion stated.“We now have postponed over 900 tournaments on all ITF circuits, together with the 2020 Federation Cup Finals, and it stays unsure when the sport may be resumed. Whereas suspending occasions and prioritizing safety is the suitable response in these distinctive circumstances, it has resulted in plenty of advanced challenges, together with a big lack of income, “the company notes.“To be able to safeguard jobs and defend the long-term well being of our group and our sport, the ITF is implementing a sequence of measures, efficient as of at this time, which embody undertaking financial savings, a labor safety scheme for workers and the usage of ITF Reserve funds, “he stresses. The Worldwide Tennis Federation (ITF) has issued a press release this Thursday saying cuts in several initiatives, within the salaries of managers, in addition to the momentary suspension of employment for half of its staff. with the purpose of resisting the financial losses generated by the coronavirus and the greater than 900 tournaments which have been canceled within the final month.“The scenario we face represents a elementary problem for our group and our sport. Our goal is to ensure the long-term progress and sustainability of our sport in collaboration with our 210 member nations, so we’re making powerful choices within the brief time period in order that we will proceed to ship tennis for future generations world wide. “, indicated David Haggerty, the president of the ITF.Haggerty recalled that “as a non-profit group,” the “90% of ITF income is reinvested in applications that drive the expansion of tennis”. And now he believes needed a “labor safety system” that “features a allow for roughly half of the ITF workers”, the equal of an ERTE in Spain.
Despite having benefited from the premature end of the championship, Pol Llonch confesses being “surprised” by the government’s decision to ban any massive event until September 1: “We are better than many other countries where they are training or dating the return of the competition. I was shocked, but thinking it coldly The Netherlands is managing the crisis very well and if they made that decision it is because they believe that it is the best for everyone’s health“It is fucked up for soccer players and all the people who love soccer, but right now the sport is in the background. The priority must be to save as many lives as possible“, completes the Catalan.After achieving his greatest achievement as a footballer, Pol Llonch now faces a long four-month hiatus: “We are waiting for the indications that they will give us from the club. The best thing is to rest now, because the preseason is going to be very long.” The best footballer of the Eredivisie in the months of January and February, who was close to signing for Girona during the last winter market, is aware that several teams will ask about his situation during the next transfer window, although his priority now is continue in Tilburg: “Playing the Champions League would be the host, but today I am a Willem II player and I am very excited to compete with them in the Europa League“ The controversial end to the season in the Netherlands raised blisters among some of the Eredivisie clubs. FC Utrecht by Adrián Dalmau, sixth with one game less, is considered the big loser by the verdict of the KNVB (Royal Netherlands Football Association). The positive note is put by Willem II, whose fifth position will allow him to return to Europe 15 years after his last participation in the now defunct UEFA Cup. “In the situation we are in, achieving qualification for the Europa League qualifying round is a joy. It is a shame that it had to be this way. We would have liked to achieve it by playing every game and being able to celebrate it with our fans, but it could not be“values AS Pol Llonch, Spanish midfielder for the Tilburg team.Although it was not the goal at the start of the season, the achievement of great results including a victory against Ajax on matchday 16 of the Eredivisie allowed Willem to dream of Europe. And dreams are sometimes fulfilled. “It gives me goose bumps when thinking that three years ago I played in Segunda B. Three years! It just doesn’t do anything. And I just qualified for the Europa League. It is crazy. Nothing was playing in the field of Granada B, which had no stand, “recalls Llonch, who signed for him Wisla Krakow in January 2017 his life changed.The Catalan midfielder, who passed through Girona or Granada before embarking on his adventure abroad, reveals that both he and all those who are part of Willem II are “very happy”. “We had to celebrate it for the WhatsApp group. What remedy”. Pol Llonch empathizes “with the players who consider themselves disadvantaged by the KNVB decision, but there were eight games left to play and a thousand things could have happened. We, mathematically, could have entered the Champions League. Utrecht was missing a game against Ajax They could have won, tied or lost, but the reality is that they could not have played it and the league has ended like this. ” The Spanish considers that the fair thing “would be that we all had the same parties” And he values the great season of his team: “We came from being third or fourth. We have been ahead of Utrecht all season and our performance today places us fifth. That gives us the pass to Europe.” “We would have liked to achieve this by playing every game and being able to celebrate with our fans, but it could not have been” Pol Llonch, Willem II player