EPL: Wolves ambush Chelsea

first_imgRelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Chelsea, Liverpool in cagey duel Wolves vs Chelsea Venue: Molineux Kick off: 3PMWolverhampton Wanderers play host to Chelsea this afternoon looking to end their winless start to the new Premier League campaign, having recorded three draws and a defeat before the international break. After witnessing his team suffer a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester United on the opening day of the season, Frank Lampard deserves a certain amount of credit for being able to pick up five points from matches against Leicester City, Norwich City and Sheffield United. However, while there will be little concern about being off the pace at this stage of the season, Lampard is aware that he faces the most important week of his tenure so far. While facing Wolves on away territory is a difficult test in itself, a home Champions League showdown with Valencia and a Premier League encounter with Liverpool keeps the club legend under pressure in the dugout. Question marks regarding Lampard will remain unless Chelsea are able to make considerable improvements, most importantly at the back where they are yet to keep a clean sheet. They appeared well set to break that streak when being two goals to the good against Sheffield United before the international break, only for the Blades to score within a minute of the second half getting underway and during the final seconds of normal time. The mistakes and lapses in concentration in defence have been a common theme of the opening five matches in all competitions, and it is something which Lampard must eradicate in order to get anywhere near to challenging for the top four. Antonio Rudiger and N’Golo Kante have been notable absentees who could return this weekend, although Lampard will not have been left impressed with the efforts of the players given extra responsibility without their presence in the team. On the plus side, Chelsea have looked a threat at the opposite end of the pitch, where Tammy Abraham has netted four goals in his last two outings, but the onus now is to find some stability in a bid to get back into contention further up the table. Meanwhile, Wolves are not contemplating a potential battle for survival, the defeat to Everton before the international break has left Nuno’s side sitting in 17th position, a far cry from the loftier heights that they experienced last season. If Nuno is to be given the best platform to rotate his group of players until December, Wolves need to get their first Premier League victory on the board as soon. There is a feeling that the West Midlands outfit can go deep in the Europa League, and the club’s owner are all too aware that the reward for the winners of the competition is a place in the Champions League. Nevertheless, even though there is a strong argument that they have more chance of achieving that goal through their participation in European football’s second-tier tournament than through the Premier League, they will be eager to avoid losing any of the progression made in their opening year back in the top flight. With Crystal Palace and Watford to follow facing an inconsistent Chelsea side, there is a window of opportunity to make quick progress up the table, but Nuno still has work to do in order to get the best out of his close-knit squad. Wolves possible XI: Patricio, Bennett, Coady, Vallejo, Traore, Dendoncker, Neves, Moutinho, Otto, Jota, Cutrone. Chelsea possible XI: Arrizabalaga, Azpilicueta, Rudiger, Zouma, Alonso, Kante, Jorginho, Pulisic, Mount, Willian, Abraham.Tags: ChelseaFrank LampardWolverhampton Wandererlast_img read more

Hoddle ’50-50′ on QPR role

first_img Rangers boss Harry Redknapp is interested in adding Hoddle to his support staff and the former Chelsea, Tottenham, Southampton and Wolves boss is considering whether to accept the offer. The possibility of returning to the Premier League appeals to Hoddle – considered last December as successor to Andre Villas-Boas at Tottenham only for Tim Sherwood to be appointed instead – as a route to returning to the game. However, Hoddle also has to manage his television commitments. A source close to Hoddle told Press Association Sport: “It’s 50-50 as to whether he’ll come back with QPR. He’s thinking about it. “If he does come back it’s very likely it would be on a part-time basis.” Redknapp has been looking to add to his coaching staff since Steve McClaren, another former England boss, left to become boss of Derby last season. Glenn Hoddle is considering a return to football coaching with QPR, but it is understood any role would likely be on a part-time basis as the former England manager juggles numerous other commitments. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

‘Why NCC is Splashing N23m on Tennis League’

first_imgChristopher Isiguzo in EnuguThe Head of Public Relations, at the Nigerian Communications Commission, (NCC), Reuben Muoka, has stressed that the need to improve the quality of Nigerian tennis players is largely responsible why his commission is sponsoring the 2017 NCC Tennis League to the tune of N23million. Speaking after a two-day first semifinal of the NCC Tennis League held at the Enugu Sports Club at the weekend, Muoka said the commission remained committed towards encouraging young talents.“The major objective is to improve tennis in the country because we take quality tennis to all parts of the country and those that participate in this tournament are those best Nigerian tennis players in males and females”, Mouka disclosed.According to him, the winner of the tournament would go home with N7 million, while the first runner-up will receive N5 million. The 3rd and 4th positions will receive N3 million and N2 million respectively.The NCC spokesman said Nigeria did not have tennis league until NCC introduced matches between teams in 2015, in which eight teams participated, comprising males and females.“We partnered the International Tennis Academy (ITA) and the Nigerian Tennis Federation (NTF) in 2015, to organise the first tennis tournament in Nigeria, which had eight participating team.Last year, about 10 teams participated and 12 teams are participating in this year’s edition.“Apart from what the winners will get, we also gave each of the twelve teams the sum of five hundred thousand naira (500,000), to enable them prepare for this competition,” stressed Muoka.The Executive Captain of Tennis Section of Enugu Sports Club Dr. Lawrence Azike said the essence of the tournament on the part of Nigeria and NCC was in line with the government’s desire to partner the private sector to promote sporting activities in the country.He said it would be an opportunity to empower Nigerian youths to make a living and contribute their own quota towards national development.The tournament which had been taken to 12 different major cities of Nigeria; Abuja, Lagos, Kaduna, Kano, Port Harcourt, Enugu, Ilorin, Onitsha, Jos, Ibadan, Ekiti and Owerri, had its first semifinal in Enugu and produced team Muller as the winner after defeating team Ndoma with 5-2 aggregate.Another round of semifinal will be in Abuja in December to produce the team that would play the final with Team Muller in Lagos.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

RED HERRING: Boeheim downplays SU victory, still searches for improvement

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Dion Waiters sees the positives of Syracuse’s win over Cornell Tuesday. A quick start. Stingy defense. Good transition offense. ‘I thought we finally came out and jumped on a fast start,’ Waiters said. Jim Boeheim, though, sees mostly the negatives. To the SU head coach, it was another tale of two halves. He sees 20 turnovers. He sees his veterans struggling. And he sees a team that is still not where it needs to be at either end of the floor. ‘We have to be better than that,’ Boeheim said. ‘We have a lot of work ahead of us. A lot of work ahead of us.’ It was just another Jekyll-and-Hyde game for No. 8 Syracuse (7-0) in a 78-58 victory over Cornell (2-5) Tuesday in front of 20,548 inside the Carrier Dome. The latest in a trend that has come to symbolize this season’s version of the Orange.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text The first half was marked by a distinct 27-9 rebounding advantage for the Orange that led to breakouts in transition and easy baskets. To Boeheim, though, the second half was the antithesis. Turnovers, shoddy defense and an overall lack of crisp play. ‘The second half, we thought the game was over,’ Boeheim said. Active in Boeheim’s 2-3 zone on defense, SU was able to force turnovers and poor shot selection from the Big Red in the first half. That led to a fast-paced fury up the court in transition, often bringing quick baskets and easy opportunities on the break. It started right off the bat on the defensive end, where the Orange didn’t allow any simple chances for the Big Red. After an alley-oop to start the game, Cornell didn’t register another field goal for more than five minutes. ‘Once we get started, that’s our bread and butter,’ SU forward Kris Joseph said. ‘If we execute our defense, it’s going to lead to transition offense.’ And that high-octane transition offense often followed defensive stands. The theme developed in the opening minutes of the game and would continue throughout the first half. Late in the first, Rick Jackson hauled in a rebound off a missed 3-pointer from Cornell’s Chris Wroblewski. Quick outlet to Waiters, who brought it up the court. Streaking down the left side was Joseph, who Waiters found underneath. And Joseph finished the job, laying the ball in on reverse to give Syracuse a 23-point lead late in the first half. ‘We have good guards who can run,’ Waiters said. ‘Once we start running, a lot of teams, they’re in trouble.’ Cornell was in trouble. The Big Red shot an abysmal 24 percent — including 8.3 percent from beyond the arc — from the field in the first half, while Syracuse shot 48.4 percent. But that same pace and intensity didn’t quite carry over into the second half. Sloppy play ensued: seven assists to 12 turnovers, compared with 12 assists to eight turnovers in the first. The culprits: Boeheim’s professed ‘four best ball-handlers’ of Joseph, Waiters, Brandon Triche and Scoop Jardine. The foursome accounted for 16 of the Orange’s 20 turnovers on the night. ‘I think we’re all trying to make the home-run play,’ Jardine said. ‘We just have to clean it up.’ Missed shots were also frequent, mostly from beyond the arc. The Orange shot just 2-of-11 from 3-point range in the second half. And Syracuse lacked the same crisp 2-3 zone it had in the first. After only allowing 17 points in the first half, SU gave up 41 to the Big Red in the second. ‘Very disappointed in the second half after a pretty solid first half,’ Boeheim said. ‘We just can’t seem to put consistent efforts together on the offensive or defensive end.’ All of those factors allowed Cornell to slowly creep back from its 21-point halftime deficit. But SU already had the game well enough in hand. Cornell never got closer than 11. Still, despite the constant double-digit leads in games this season, it was easy for Boeheim to see the recurring flaws. And after the game, he saw last weekend’s tough competition — Georgia Tech — getting blown out in an eventual 20-point loss to Northwestern. With the weaknesses he currently sees in his team, he hopes SU isn’t headed for a similar fate soon. ‘We’re just not a good basketball team,’ Boeheim said. ‘We’ve got to somehow get better. We’re a long way from where we need to be at this stage of the year.’ bplogiur@syr.edu Published on November 29, 2010 at 12:00 pmcenter_img Commentslast_img read more

Intralot strengthens U*BET offering with virtual sports addition

first_img Share StumbleUpon Submit Related Articles Intralot accelerates Nederlandse Loterij retail transformation July 29, 2020 Share Intralot appoints Byron Boothe as US CEO June 12, 2020 Intralot enhances Malta games offering with E*SOCCER launch July 13, 2020 Intralot and its Maltese subsidiary, Maltco Lotteries, have launched a new U*BET Virtual Sports product, which will broaden U*BET’s sports betting portfolio.The product, which will be provided in collaboration with Inspired Entertainment, will be made available across Maltco Lotteries’ retail network which the company hopes will be a ‘key driver’ in offering a ‘diversified and entertaining sports betting portfolio’.Maltco Lotteries’ CEO, Vasileios Kasiotakis, said: “As the National Lottery operator and the leading sports betting provider on the island, we are thrilled to extend the U*BET offering with this state-of-the-art product and deliver an unparalleled player experience inside our shops operating within a safe environment, practicing social distancing measures, following the Anti-Money Laundering Regulations and providing entertainment through a vast portfolio of games which has been specifically designed on responsible gaming principles.”U*BET Virtual Sports will offer a range of fixed odds virtual football games, featuring top leagues and teams with games using algorithms and a certified random number generator (RNG) to determine outcomes.In addition, historical data will be used to determine the probability of potential match results, based on the past performance of real football teams competing in domestic and international competitions.INTRALOT Group CEO, Dr. Chris Dimitriadis, added: “Malta has always been a very important market for INTRALOT and that’s why we are excited to offer a broader game selection with the introduction of premium games specifically suited to the local market.”last_img read more

Bad? It’s terrible! The story of Man Utd’s dire season so far

first_imgIn 2018, meanwhile, it always feels like we’re two games away from the current United boss becoming the third man to inadequately succeed Sir Alex Ferguson.Hard as it is to recall, the last time Manchester United led in a Premier League game was for a few minutes of injury time away at Bournemouth more than a month ago. The much-vaunted assault on the top four looks like it has floundered before it even got started.Last season Mourinho’s team were the best of the rest, albeit 19 points behind champions Manchester City. With less than half of this season played, City already have an advantage of 18 points over their local rivals and even the most optimistic of United fans will expect that to grow steadily over the next five months.The terminal decline of Jose Mourinho Ederson has had to make only 25 saves so far, while David De Gea has already let in 25 goals and Mourinho has made 21 changes to the starting XI in the last four Premier League games, shuffling his pack ever more furiously for a solution that seemingly isn’t there.The 2-2 draw with Arsenal on Wednesday night means that United have already conceded more home goals this season than they did in the whole of last season. Worse still, only the teams in the bottom five have let in more goals than United’s 25, which itself is only three short of the entire total they conceded in 2017-18.Jose Mourinho’s era-defining first season in English football in 2004-05 saw him shatter the free-form hegemony of Arsenal’s Invincibles with a Chelsea side who let in only 15 goals all season; United have leaked more than that since late September.Opta’s xG model suggests that Manchester United have let in about four goals more than you would expect in 2018-19, a big change from last season where United and Burnley – and just look what’s happened to Sean Dyche’s team – both overperformed by around 13 goals each, considerably higher than any other side in the division.TeamExpected goals againstGoals concededxGA differenceFulham28.59367.41Southampton22.42296.58Cardiff City23.59306.41Huddersfield20.55265.45Man Utd21.16253.84A regression to more realistic figures was on the cards for both teams this season but in United’s case it is harder to justify reality biting when the club have the highest wage bill in the division. Manchester United, treading water in the league with a goal difference of minus two after just 15 games. It seems unthinkable.That’s, however, a reality that applies both to November 1986 and December 2018 but at least in ’86 it was a United side who had appointed a new manager and were just two games into what would be the greatest career in English football history.  Anthony Martial is possibly the only United player to have enhanced his reputation this season, scoring seven times for a team who have taken fewer shots than Crystal Palace and Fulham. Alexis Sanchez, meanwhile, has scored three goals in 2018, after netting 19 for Arsenal in both 2016 and 2017.Next up is a home game with Fulham, a club whose last trip to Old Trafford saw David Moyes’s United sling in a Premier League record 81 crosses in a single game in a wholehearted but one-dimensional attempt to beat the Londoners.Four-and-a-half years later, no one inside the Theatre of Dreams will be confident that they won’t witness such a lack of imagination once again.last_img read more

NASCAR at Richmond results: Martin Truex Jr. ends 80-race short-track winless streak

first_imgIn: P1Out: P1 @KyleBusch ‘s crew keeps him out front after this round of pit stops in Stage 1. pic.twitter.com/Cw75b2CanP— NASCAR (@NASCAR) April 14, 20198 p.m.: That didn’t take long for Kyle Busch to reassert his dominance. He’s taken the lead on lap 32.7:54 p.m.: Aggressive driving early, as the drivers sent to the rear for pre-race inspection failures look to make up ground before the competition caution at Lap 40.The march to the front is on for those who started in the back.See where the likes of @Aric_Almirola , @chaseelliott , and @JimmieJohnson currently run in Stage 1: https://t.co/5zS4ChJXKR pic.twitter.com/q34o3KXaEO— NASCAR (@NASCAR) April 13, 20197:45 p.m.: Engines fired. It’s time for racing under the lights!Fire ’em up, drivers! 🔥Join us right now on @FOXTV ! pic.twitter.com/SV2cQLUjda— NASCAR (@NASCAR) April 13, 2019 There are dry spells, and then there are droughts. Martin Truex Jr. ended both Saturday night at Richmond Raceway by winning his first Cup Series race in 25 tries and his first short-track race in 81 career races.Truex may not have won had the race been a single lap longer. Joey Logano closed a nearly three-second gap between the two drivers in the final 15 laps as Truex battled heavy traffic while lapping drivers on the 0.75-mile track. Truex and his No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing team also picked up a $10,000 bonus for being the highest-finishing Toyota at the Toyota Owners 400. MORE: Watch the Toyota Owners 400 live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Kyle Busch appeared to be headed for his fourth straight victory after dominating Stage 1 and maintaining a lead for the early portion of Stage 2, but when drivers were forced to pit for a caution, Busch was penalized for speeding on pit road and sent to the rear of the field. He never really recovered and finished eighth. He is still the only Cup Series driver to not finish outside the top 10 this season.Clint Bowyer spent the much of the last 50 laps in second and was closing the gap on Truex, but with about 15 laps remaining, he radioed his team that he scraped the wall, which caused him to lose time and eventually be passed by Logano.Kyle Larson’s rough season continued to spiral downward as an early crash in Stage 2 forced the driver to end his race. It was his second DNF in the last three races.Busch sits in first place in the Cup Series standings after nine races. The win at Richmond propelled Truex to sixth.Sporting News tracked live lap-by-lap updates and highlights from the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond Raceway. Check out the race updates below (all times Eastern):NASCAR at Richmond: Toyota Owners 400 updates, highlightsCaution flags: 5.Lead changes: 8.Lap leaders: Martin Truex Jr. (186), Kyle Busch (101),  Joey Logano (52), Kevin Harvick (31), Brad Keselowski (28).Toyota Owners 400: 2019 winner, top 20 order of finishFinishDriverTeam (No.)Laps led1.Martin Truex Jr.Joe Gibbs Racing (19)1862.Joey LoganoTeam Penske (22)523.Clint BowyerStewart-Haas Racing (14)4.Kevin HarvickStewart-Haas (4)315.Denny HamlinJoe Gibbs Racing (11)6.Austin DillonRichard Childress Racing (3)7.Brad KeselowskiTeam Penske (2)318.Kyle BuschJoe Gibbs Racing (18)1019.Ryan NewmanRichard Childress Racing (6)10.Paul MenardWood Brothers Racing (21)11.Kurt BuschChip Ganassi Racing (1)12.Jimmie JohnsonHendrick Motorsports (48)13.William ByronHendrick Motorsports (24)14.Erik JonesJoe Gibbs Racing (20)15.Chase ElliottHendrick Motorsports (9)16.Ricky Stenhouse Jr.Roush Fenway Racing (17)17.Alex BowmanHendrick Motorsports (88)18.Daniel SuarezStewart-Haas (41)19.Daniel HemricRichard Childress Racing (8)20.Ryan PreeceJoe Gibbs Racing (47)10:46 p.m.: It couldn’t have been much closer, but Martin Truex Jr. holds off Joey Logano for his first win of the season.CHECKERED FLAG: @MartinTruex_Jr holds off the competition late and wins at @RichmondRaceway !Results: https://t.co/5zS4Ci1z9r pic.twitter.com/WvEHjPSbyd— NASCAR (@NASCAR) April 14, 201910:44 p.m.: Five to go and Logano is threatening!10:39 p.m.: Richmond has a history of cautions in the final 25 laps. There are 20 to go tonight. Truex leads.10:32 p.m.: Truex and Bowyer are getting close with 35 to go. Logano is in third and Harvick is fourth.10:26 p.m.: Truex’s lead is down under two seconds now as Bowyer closes in. 53 laps remain10:21 p.m.: Jimmie Johnson is up to 10th for the first time. He’s running the Boston Marathon on Monday morning.10:13 p.m.: Clint Bowyer has quietly been near the top all night. He’s up to second with 80 to go.👀 HERE. COMES. BOWYER. 👀 pic.twitter.com/GnS9CrGOsz— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) April 14, 201910:06 p.m.: Truex passes Keselowski for first! Keselowski appears to be having some handling issues.107 to go – @MartinTruex_Jr around @keselowski for the lead @AutoOwnersIns #ToyotaOwners400 pic.twitter.com/Eh3zkuTdYJ— Joe Gibbs Racing (@JoeGibbsRacing) April 14, 20199:59 p.m.: Brad Keselowski takes the lead with 150 laps to go.9:52 p.m.: McDowell’s night is finished. Kyle Busch has somehow managed to work his way back to fifth!9:45 p.m.: Truex wins the race off pit road.9:40 p.m.: Caution flag as Michael McDowell slams into the wall.Caution! pic.twitter.com/drs2UWGDh9— FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX) April 14, 20199:36 p.m.: Logano still leads with 160 laps left. It’s a tough night for Henrick Motorsports, as its best driver is 15th.A tough night so far for @TeamHendrick .HMS currently runs 15th-18th during the final stage. pic.twitter.com/thnInlVZRS— NASCAR (@NASCAR) April 14, 20199:30 p.m.: Oh, my. Three-wide as they battle it out for second.. @keselowski is going for 2nd as he passes Harvick for 3rd 🏁 #ToyotaOwners400 #AllianceRacing #NASCAR— Alliance Truck Parts (@allianceparts) April 14, 20199:25 p.m.: Logano is the first off of pit road.9:18 p.m.: Joey Logano passes Truex to win Stage 2. NEW LEADER: @joeylogano powers past the No. 19 and takes over the top spot late in Stage 2! pic.twitter.com/JqMvUUxPOf— NASCAR (@NASCAR) April 14, 20199:10 p.m.: Twenty laps left in Stage 2. Kyle Busch has worked his way back to 16th.9:01 p.m.: Ryan Blaney has been having a tough night, and now he thinks he has a tire losing pressure. He’s fallen out of the top 25.8:54 p.m.: Things just got interesting. Busch was speeding on pit road and is sent back to 24th. Truex takes the lead. Time to see how good Busch really is.PENALTY: @KyleBusch is too fast exiting on pit road and will have to restart 24th! pic.twitter.com/DwWsW3HonR— NASCAR (@NASCAR) April 14, 20198:49 p.m.: Larson goes straight to the garage. His night is done.8:47 p.m.: Kyle Larson spins hard into the wall, and we have a caution.Kyle Larson HARD in the wall.Caution’s out. #ToyotaOwners400 pic.twitter.com/Y6Ra0Xa1Dv— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) April 14, 20198:41 p.m.: Daniel Hemric gets into the rear tire of Kyle Larson on the restart. Larson has to pit to assess the damage.8:32 p.m.: Busch’s day just gets better. He even had the quickest pit time.8:29 p.m.: Kyle Busch wins Stage 1. Logano and Truex take second and third by large margins. 300 laps to go!Stage 1 at @RichmondRaceway goes to @KyleBusch !He’s going for three @NASCAR Cup Series wins in a row in 2019, AND THREE IN A ROW at Richmond. 😳 #ToyotaOwners400 pic.twitter.com/TtUam8oS45— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) April 14, 20198:24 p.m.: Lap 90 and Daniel Suarez has worked his way up to tenth. He started in the rear due to that inspection failure.The No. 41 had to start at the rear because of pre-race inspection failure. @Daniel_SuarezG has wheeled that machine to P12 in Stage 1. pic.twitter.com/gMjWnuI3dT— NASCAR (@NASCAR) April 14, 20198:17 p.m.: Chris Buescher making some big moves, blowing by Kevin Harvick.8:10 p.m.: Halfway through Stage 1, Busch leads with Joey Logano second and Martin Truex in third.8:05 p.m.: At the Lap 40 competition caution, Kyle Busch leads. He had a kind gesture of letting Corey LaJoie on the lead lap.last_img read more

(Updated Thursday) Female passenger killed in 2-car auto accident west of Oxford this afternoon

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Hugo Sánchez is compared to Messi, Cristiano or Di Stéfano

first_img“This statistic makes me very happy, because it reflects what can be achieved with effort, perseverance, dedication to achieve my goals for the love of my family and Mexico”, Hugo Sánchez himself wrote on his Twitter.After the Mexican on the list are Alfredo Di Stéfano, Samuel Etoo, Karim Benzema, Ferenc Puskás, the Uruguayan Luis Suárez, Antoine Griezmann and Ladislao Kubala. In total, six players of the ten passed through Real Madrid. Hugo Sánchez (61 years old) He published a statistic on Friday on his Twitter profile about his goalscoring achievements. He former Atlético de Madrid or Real Madrid, among others, in this way he measured his goal scoring nose with that of other famous players, such as Messi or Cristiano.According to the statistics, which can be seen below and which has been prepared by the ESPN, Hugo Sánchez is the third highest foreign scorer in the history of the League. Leo Messi is the first and Cristiano Ronaldo is the second.last_img read more

Remiro tests positive for the coronavirus serological test

first_imgAlex Remiro has not educated on the first day with the group, as a result of in the diagnostic tests carried out this week, the PCR is adverse, however in the serological test it’s positive for IgM and adverse for IgG. Because of this it’s in the decision section with a low transmission chance. The Cascante goalkeeper has not observed any signs of coronavirus in all this time, he has been and is asymptomatic. However as the protocol establishes, it should obligatorily stay a number of extra days in solitary confinement. Alex Remiro, the Actual Sociedad goalkeeper, tests positive for the coronavirus serology test, however won’t be in the statistics for positives of first division gamers, after the coronavirus tests which were carried out this week by footballers from all groups of the highest class of Spanish soccer earlier than section 1 of the return to coaching started. This was reported by the medical service of the Royal Society at the final minute of this Friday. Cascante’s aim has been positive in one in all the tests that handed on Wednesday, he’s asymptomatic always, he’s in the decision section with a low chance of contagion, however he have to be in isolation for a number of extra days. On the first day of coaching, he was now not with the remainder of his teammates in Zubieta. The aim of Cascante, curiously, won’t seem in the statistics that the league will ship this Saturday with the positive instances in these first tests. As a result of to be thought-about positive, the participant will need to have examined positive in the PCR test, whereas Remiro has solely examined positive in one in all the serological tests.last_img read more