Rubiales launches a great package of measures for the clubs


first_imgLuis Rubiales made a parenthesis in his confinement to give a conference in the Federation, which was offered telematically. It did it, basically, to communicate that it will help the territorial ones financially. The president announced an important package of measures and made himself available to the executive to help. “This is hitting all of us, anonymous people and soccer people, like Lorenzo Sanz or Santi Denia’s father. Soccer is now something very unimportant in the face of the global problem of the pandemic. But even so, we have to continue working on the Football At RFEF we are at the service of our institutions.I have spoken with the presidents of the territories. Within the brutality of the thousands of dead, all of them have welcomed the following measures:1. All competitions are suspended, and we don’t want to think of any date. We are at the command of our authorities. From the Federation we are not going to set dates. When normality returns, we will talk. I commissioned a report from the doctors to tell us what deadlines need to be set. Not just when you have to start over, but on what deadlines.2. I have offered the CSD to make the hotel of the Selection available to the Authorities, well to medicalize it, to build a hospital … whatever they want. 3. We have made our team of physiotherapists and psychologists available to our health workers, to help them wherever possible. To help those who are in an inhuman situation.4. The RFEF has saved a significant sum of money that it has made available to the Government and the COE to open a research project. We will help researchers in our country in the coming years.5. In the labor and economic sphere, all the subsidies we pay are covered down to the last penny. We are going to fulfill what was promised. Non-professional soccer we are going to give free licenses for the next two years, and we are also going to postpone the payment of the debts that this modest soccer may have with its players during this time. We are going to apply the same measures in futsal. All will have a credit line of four million euros. It is a credit with the RFEF’s own resources, at zero cost and with a repayment period of two years.6. We also offer LaLiga to look for joint solutions. We see that LaLiga is warning. Without entering into confrontation, we can enter a credit line of five hundred million euros to help football. It is time to unite.7. My message is one of union and hope, football, the modest and the elite, we have to give this message. Together we are going to stop this virus. ”last_img read more

Kisumu All Stars beat Sharks for first KPL win


first_img0Shares0000Kisumu All Stars players celebrate a goal in a past KPL match. PHOTO/Kisumu All Stars/TwitterNAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 9 – Kariobangi Sharks defender Amani Kyata turned the ball into his won net in the 89th minute to gift Kisumu All Stars their maiden Kenyan premier League victory with a 1-0 win in Kisumu on Saturday.In eight matches, All Stars had only picked up three points from three draws and were second from bottom of the pile, but the victory over the dull Sharks ensured they added a W to their statistics to move to 16th in the standings. Sharks meanwhile continued with their slump in form and dropped back to 15th in the log after losing their third match in four outings to increase the pressure on head coach William Muluya.Meanwhile, Tusker FC needed a stoppage time penalty to play to a 1-1 draw with KCB at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru to move two points clear on top of the standings.Timothy Otieno stepped up to the pressure cooker to slot home in added time after a handball inside the box, cancelling out Reegan Otieno’s earlier goal.The bankers had to play almost one hour of the match with a man less after defender Bethwell Warambo was sent off midway through the second half after a second yellow card.The victory saw Tusker move to 17 points, two ahead of Gor Mahia and AFC Leopards who clash tomorrow in the Mashemeji Derby while KCB remained fourth with 15 points as well but an inferior goal difference.Posta Rangers meanwhile moved to fifth in the standings after a 3-0 thrashing of Chemelil Sugar in Narok.Charles Odette and Francis Nambute scored to give the mailmen a comfortable 2-0 half time lead before  skipper Joseph Mbugi converted a penalty six minutes after the restart to seal the win.0Shares0000(Visited 13 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more