JOCKEY QUOTESDRAYDEN VAN DYKE, S Y SKY, WINNER: “Phil told me she’s fast, but she can be tactical also. We broke sharp, but I was able to take her back and she finished really well.”FLAVIEN PRAT, BELVOIR BAY, SECOND: “Turning for home, I didn’t think she could get beat. The winner was just too much.”TRAINER QUOTESPHILIP D’AMATO, S Y SKY, WINNER:“I thought she was doing well, but I’ve got to give the credit to Drayden Van Dyke. She popped on top and she was in control, but Drayden realized the top two were really smoking so he eased her back and that was the winning move. We’re looking forward to campaigning her the rest of the year.”OWNER QUOTESNICK ALEXANDER, S Y SKY, WINNER: “I knew if she caught Belvoir Bay at the top of the lane she would out-finish her, I was sure of that. Her last race at Golden Gate, Flavien rode her and he made a huge move in the turn going for home and he said, ‘This filly has a huge turn of foot,’ and the secret after that was just keep her busy. She prefers the outside. Last time that she was beaten, she was down on the inside and she got caught. I thought it was perfect. A perfect ride and a perfect result.“She’s made over half a million bucks in just Cal-bred races, she’s out of a mare that I claimed from A.C. Avila at Del Mar about seven years ago for sixteen thousand bucks. Everyone in her family has been a winner, we just get lucky sometimes.”“I’ve won Grade three’s, I’ve won Cal-Bred stakes races, If I live long enough maybe I’ll get that Grade one.“Isn’t she something? We almost retired her and bred her. It was close, it was a coin flip. She’s been so good to us. I’ll have to ask Phil what’s next because to tell you the truth, we didn’t plan beyond this race. I’m just so thrilled.“When Belvoir Bay was a 3-year-old, Enola Gray was a 3-year-old as well and we were both entered in the Torrey Pines at Del Mar. We had to scratch Enola because of a cough. Belvoir Bay obviously won that race but I’ve been trying to beat her ever since then. This was the first time we’ve actually caught her.“You don’t know about the time because it’s dirt from the turf and deeper, but I’ve never seen her better than this. It’s so cool.“She broke her maiden going six and-a-half and then the Melair at a mile and-a-sixteenth but when we tried her on the grass she seemed to take to it so we’ve always tried her on that but several times we’ve had rain and come off of it. She can run on dirt so what the hell but I still think that she’s a better grass horse.“She’s big and strong and I think she’s about 1,175 pounds and tall, long legs. She’s got a big stride, and she’s just a cool horse. Nothing bothers her. I’d love to have more like her.”NOTES: The winning owner/breeder is Nicholas B. Alexander, who resides in Los Angeles.Nick Alexander’s S Y Sky and jockey Drayden Van Dyke win the Grade II, $200,000 Monrovia Stakes, Sunday, May 26, 2019 at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia CA. © BENOIT PHOTO
The result heaped more misery on Jose Mourinho – and caused a furious row post-match as Eric Dier raced into the crowd to confront a supporter.But despite their relegation fears, Norwich are now dreaming of Wembley as they prepare to face either Derby or Manchester United in the last-eight.They fell behind after just 13 minutes in North London when Jan Verthongen headed home a corner.But they were punished for a below-par display late on as Norwich hit back thanks to a Michel Vorm howler.The stand-in Spurs keeper dropped a Kenny McClean shot which was straight at him – and Josip Drmic was quickest to react to bundle the ball over the line.Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:57 pmDIER-BOLICAL Eric Dier climbed into a stand at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium and appeared to confront fans after Spurs crashed out of the FA Cup on penalties.Numerous videos circulated on social media showing Dier clamber into the stands. It’s not clear what sparked the confrontation or what exactly took place, although there are allegations that a confrontation took place between Dier and fans in the stand.Dier could be seen climbing over seating to make his way towards a section of supporters inside the stadium.The altercation just minutes after Jose Mourinho’s side crashed out on a penalty.In one video, a close up shot of Dier shows the England star screaming: “He’s my brother.”It is not yet clear what that is in reference to.Other images showed Dier being held back by stewards before being taken away from the area.Tottenham are yet to comment on the incident.Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:52 pmMOURINHO SPEAKS Mourinho says after the FA Cup exit: “I think we don’t deserve but that’s football. “It was a difficult game. Some of my players were really, really in trouble and they made an excellent effort to try. “I’m not going to say what everyone knows but I have to say Bergwijn, it’s too much for him to play as many minutes as he has to play.“You saw the performance of Dele Alli, Winks was completely dead playing the last 11 or 12 games for us for the full 90 minutes. “We have many, many players in trouble.” Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:48 pmBREAKING NEWS Footage of Dier jumping into the stands to confront a Spurs supporter. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:40 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHNORWICH WIN ON PENALTIESKeeper Tim Krul believes the win can be a “turning point” in their battle to stay up this season.He continues: “We believe it. It’s huge, we are going to enjoy this moment.” Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:37 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHNORWICH WIN ON PENALTIESKeeper Tim Krul, who saved two penalties, says to BBC Sport: “When this happens you realise why you do it for. “As a little boy you want to save penalties and get your club through to the next round. Big emotions today.” On the shootout, he says: “I was so close the first one but me and my goalie coach are always doing the homework, I had it on my bottle. I think I mixed up one of the players but it all happens in the shootout, with the nerves and adrenaline. “So proud of the boys and 9,000 supporters here on a Wednesday night is amazing.” TOTTENHAM are OUT of the FA Cup after losing to Norwich City on penalties.Jan Vertonghen had opened the scoring for Spurs after just 13 minutes, before Josip Drmic netted late on to send the game to extra time – where the deadlock could not be broken.But Tim Krul was the hero as Gedson Fernandes failed to convert the deciding spot kick.Tottenham 1 Norwich 1 (2-3 on pens) – FT from Tottenham Hotspur StadiumWatch live on BBC Red ButtonLive stream via the BBC iPlayerTottenham XI: Vorm, Aurier, Dier, Sanchez, Vertonghen, Winks, Skipp, Lo Celso, Alli, Bergwijn, Lucas MouraSubs: Gazzaniga, Alderweireld, Tanganga, Ndombele, Gedson Fernandes, Lamela, ParrottNorwich XI: Krul, Aarons, Godfrey, Hanley, Lewis, Vrancic, Trybull, Buendia, Rupp, Cantwell, DrmicSubs: McGovern, Tettey, McLean, Stiepermann, duda, Idah, PukkiJack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:58 pmTIM KRUL was the hero as Norwich City dumped Tottenham out of the FA Cup following a penalty shoot-out in North London.The Canaries goalkeeper saved from youngster Troy Parrott and Gedson Fernandes as Todd Cantwell kept his cool inbetween stops to seal a quarter-final spot with a 2-3 spot-kick victory. Eric Dier just came into the stand and had a fight with fan next to me 😱 pic.twitter.com/nMGVcDWegX— Jascha Selby (@jselby123) March 4, 2020Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:47 pmBREAKING NEWS Tottenham defender Eric Dier has jumped into the stands and confronted a home supporter. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:28 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHPENALTIESNorwich progress into the quarter-finals after winning in a shootout and will now play Man Utd or Derby! Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:26 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHPENALTIESFernandes steps up and he HAS to score to keep Spurs alive… SAVED BY KRUL! Fernandes side foots it into Krul and Norwich are through! Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:26 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHPENALTIESCantwell places it into the top corner and it’s 3-2 Norwich! Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:25 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHPENALTIES Parrott steps up for Spurs, big moment for the 18-year-old… SAVED BY KRUL! Chance for Norwich to take the lead. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:24 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHPENALTIES Stiepermann up for Norwich… drilled into the bottom corner and it’s level at 2-2. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:24 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHPENALTIES Le Celso… sends Krul the wrong way… 2-1 Spurs. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:23 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHPENALTIES Idah slots home to make it 1-1 on penalties. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:22 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHPENALTIES Lamela steps up… SMASHES IT ONTO THE BAR! Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:21 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHPENALTIES McLean… SAVED BY VORM! Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:21 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICHPENALTIES Dier steps up first… GOAL! Krul dives the right way down to his left but it’s a great strike. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:14 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICH(ET) 29′ Free-kick to Norwich just in Spurs’ half… but it’s headed clear. We go to penalties! Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:11 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICH(ET) 27′ Good run by Lamela again down the right but he just can’t squeeze through a past and his rebounded effort goes horribly wide. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:10 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICH(ET) 25′ Scramble in the Norwich box but Krul just gets his hands on the ball ahead of Parrott. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:00 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICH(ET) 16′ Second-half of extra time underway with 15 minutes for a winner to decide the game before penalties. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 10:00 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICH(ET) 15′ We go into the second-half of extra-time all level. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 9:54 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICH(ET) 12′ Fernandes completes a great run on the left to get into the box but his effort is blocked. The corner results in nothing but Spurs have regained control of the tie. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 9:50 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICH(ET) 8′ Spurs pin Norwich back into their own box but the ball goes out to Fernandes and his touch is woefully heavy and concedes a foul. Jack Figg5 Mar 2020, 9:49 pmTOTTENHAM 1-1 NORWICH(ET) 6′ Alli makes way for starlet Parrott. He receives a huge cheer from the Spurs faithful.Stiepermann comes on for Buendía. Load more entries…
Fifita’s bullocking charges and the promotion of the football from front row partner Aaron Woods regularly pulled the Maroons defence apart but the Queenslanders showed tremendous courage to repel wave after wave of attack, conceding a try inside the final minute of the half to trail 12-4.After Queensland had won the early arm-wrestle it was the Blues who tore a hole through the middle of the Maroons defence, an inside pass from Mitchell Pearce creating space for Andrew Fifita whose one-handed offload under the attempts at tackle from Matt Gillett and Dylan Napa gave James Maloney a one-on-one with Darius Boyd that ended with the Blues five-eighth scoring under the posts for a 6-0 lead after seven minutes.The Blues continued to hammer away at a Queensland defensive line that seemed to be wilting with each pulsating minute but as Origin has a tendency to do the momentum of the game swung dramatically five minutes from the break when a bombed Blues opportunity turned into a Queensland try at the other end.With the Maroons on the ropes and out on their feet a piece of Jarryd Hayne brilliance put the Blues in perfect position to score their second but a desperate Darius Boyd tackle stopped James Tedesco inches short of the line under the posts.Queensland’s two best players of the first half, wingers Dane Gagai and Corey Oates, then engineered their side’s first try of the game, Gagai’s bust putting the Maroons into the area of the field where a Cooper Cronk cross-field kick gave Oates the chance to leap high above Blake Ferguson and bring his side back to within two points.Given their dominance the Blues had to find a way to be further in front at the break and after returning from a HIA assessment it was Fifita again who inspired their second try with 33 seconds left in the half.An inside pass from Wade Graham to James Tedesco exposed Cameron Smith coming across slowly and when Gillett was unable to cover the Blues fullback drew his opposite number to put Pearce over underneath the sticks, Maloney’s conversion giving them an eight-point buffer.New South Wales 12 (James Maloney, Mitchell Pearce tries; Maloney 2 goals) lead Queensland 4 (Corey Oates try) at half-time at Suncorp Stadium.
No tries were scored in the first half with the sides locked 2-2 at half time, but the Kiwis took charge after the break as Jamayne Isaako and Corey Harawira-Naera crossed over.Daryl Clark replied late on, but Great Britain would fall short and suffer a second loss at the start of the 2019 tour, having lost to a Tonga Invitational XIII last weekend.It was a scrappy opening 40 minutes in Auckland, with both teams struggling for creativity. Isaako landed the first blow with a penalty goal, but New Zealand lost Kieran Foran to a dislocated shoulder on his return to international rugby after a two-year absence.Gareth Widdop levelled the scores for Great Britain, but defence ruled a first half of few attacking moments.FT | What a second half! Kiwis come away with it tonight #TheKiwiWay pic.twitter.com/YKp5JqsL9K— NZ Rugby League (@NZRL_Kiwis) November 2, 2019The Kiwis improved after the break, though, and it was Roger Tuivasa-Sheck who made the crucial break as he beat two opponents and drew additional tacklers, before flicking over for Isaako to score in the corner.Briton Nikora’s try was ruled out for a knock-on, but Harawira-Naera barged over the line soon after to extend the lead to 10 points midway through the half.Time was running out for Great Britain but Clark’s score with 12 minutes to play gave the visitors hope of completing an unlikely comeback.Widdop added the conversion and the opportunity to win nearly arrived when Jermaine McGillvary dived over with four minutes to play. But Kenny Bromwich dislodged the ball in the tackle and New Zealand held on to claim victory. Photo N/A Caption: New Zealand rugby league players
It was reported yesterday that the seven-figure payment was being investigated by French prosecutors, with Black Tidings at the centre of allegations of corruption within the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).It follows prosecutors, who were already investigating corruption in athletics, widening their investigation to incorporate the Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2020 Olympic races in October 2009 and September 2013 respectively in March.The account in question was reportedly used by the Diack family for money transfers, with Papa Massata Diack, the son of former IAAF President Lamine Diack, one of three officials banned for life for helping Russian marathon runner Liliya Shobukhova avoid punishment after failing a drugs test.The role of Lamine Diack, who served for 14-years as an International Olympic Committee (IOC) member before his term expired in 2013, is of interest to investigators after allegations he was at the centre of a group of IAAF officials who accepted payments to cover up doping.The Senegalese stepped down as an honorary IOC member last year after the allegations and was later arrested in France.Tokyo 2020 have refuted suggestions that a payment was made ahead of the vote at the 2013 IOC Session in Buenos Aires, after the Guardian claimed that a transfer had been sent by the bid team or by people acting on their behalf to Black Tidings.The inference is that this money could have been used to sway voting IOC members.”The Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee has no means of knowing these allegations,” Tokyo 2020 spokesperson Hikariko Ono told insidethegames.“We believe that the Games were awarded to Tokyo because the city presented the best bid.”Tokyo defeated Istanbul in the final round by 60 votes to 36 in Buenos Aires, after Madrid had been eliminated from 2020 contention after a run-off in the first round of voting.It is not the first time the bidding process for the Games has come under scrutiny, with senior IOC member Richard Pound raising the possibility in the second part of his World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Independent Commission report.Published in January, Pound said that Lamine Diack may have used his position as IAAF President and IOC member to try to influence the campaign for the 2020 Olympics.Discussions between unnamed Turkish officials and Khalil Diack, a son of Lamine, concerning the bidding process, were referred to in a footnote of the report.It was suggested that a sponsorship deal paid by Japan, but not Turkey, may have led to Diack and allies voting for Tokyo rather than Istanbul.In March, Tokyo 2020 chief executive Toshiro Muto claimed he was confident they would be able to overcome their “hurdles” with the ongoing corruption probe into the bidding process.The organisers have also faced embarrassment after scrapping original plans for the main stadium last July over its rising $2 billion (£1.4 billion/€1.8 billion) price tag.They were then forced to ditch their initial logo for the Games after claims of plagiarism.When contacted by insidethegames concerning the allegations of a payment by Tokyo 2020 yesterday, an IOC spokesperson stated: “The IOC Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer has been in contact with the French magistrates in charge of the investigation on the IAAF case, and with WADA, since its start.“The IOC is now civil party to the French justice procedure.“The IOC’s Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer will continue to be in contact with all interested parties to clarify any alleged improper conduct.“The IOC will not comment any further on the elements of the investigations at this stage.”
The interest of the ‘nerazzurri’ was not a secret, but the Scandinavian tabloid points out that the interists would be close to closing Eriksen’s transfer for an amount exceeding 20 billion euros. Conte, coach of the Italian team, knows first-hand the Danish after passing through Chelsea and would be one of the figures that are pushing the most so that the movement comes to fruition. The Bladet says that while the closing of the operation is not imminent, it seems that the transfer will be closed in the coming weeks. With everything, it will not be easy to reach an agreement with Tottenham. Daniel Levy has a reputation as a tough negotiator and the Spurs are in a position of power: the player remains at the London club until the end of the season and has been a regular substitute during the course due to his refusal to renew his contract. The English have been looking for months for their star to prolong their stay in North London without success, coming to offer, according to sources Bladet, a contract for a total value close to 130 million euros. That there is noise around Danish is a fact, as confirmed by the statements of Jose Mourinho in the pre-match of the third round of FA Cup against Middlesbrough. Asked about the Danish situation, the Portuguese coach was open to a possible exit from Eriksen: “I do not know. If I am honest I do not know. At this time you can reach an agreement with another club at the end of the season. Another possibility is that a club wants to sign it this January, with our club taking control of the situation. And another possibility is to stay. For the moment it is our player“Finally, he confirmed that the Danish will be available and will play in his clash against Boron. Christian Eriksen will once again be one of the proper names of this winter transfer market. Pretended by Real Madrid and Manchester United this summer, the Scandinavian midfielder ends the contract on June 30 and is one of the desires of the market. In recent days there have been several clubs that have sounded strongly as a new destination of Tottenham 23, but the Nordic could have already decided their new destination. According to the Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet, the Spurs footballer would be about to reach an agreement to leave the London club and sign for Inter Milan this January.
Kepa Arrizabalaga he added his monday third consecutive absence in the starting lineup of the Chelsea The Spanish goalkeeper returned from the bench in the match that faced his team and Manchester United in Stamford Bridge, after doing so before Leicester City on February 1 in the game that was played at King Power Stadium and that He finished with 2-2 on the scoreboard. The previous clash of the ‘Blues’ was the 1-2 victory against Hull City in FA Cup, appointment for which the goalkeeper of Ondárroa did not enter the call.Since the season started in England, Kepa was undisputed holder in the Chelsea goal during the first 24 days, in which he played every minute. Until January 21, his last starting game in the Premier, the Basque He had only missed three matches: the third round of the FA Cup and the third and fourth round of the Carabao Cup Frank Lampard, Chelsea coach ruled out last week that the replacement of Kepa is a touch of attention. “It was a decision that day. I want everyone to be ready and react. I know what it will have felt. It also happened to me in my career, it is part of it and I am happy with his reaction, “said the coach. Kepa’s inactivity has become a problem for Luis Enrique, Spanish coach, facing the next Eurocup, if we join the disastrous start of 2020 that David de Gea are having in the goal of Manchester United and Pau López in that of Rome. The only three goalkeepers who have been summoned during the qualifying phase for the European Championship next summer are going through a bad time.Since 2020, David de Gea has played five games Premier League with United with a poor background: Three defeats, one draw and one victory. The Madrid goalkeeper has also played two clashes of the Carabao Cup (one defeat and one victory), remaining out of the call in the other three games of this competition and in the three played by his team in FA Cup. In the seven games in which De Gea has played in 2020 He has received nine goals.Of the last nine games disputed by Roma in Serie A and Italian Cup, all with Pau López as headline and all in 2020, the Italian team has reaped six losses, one draw and only two wins. Despite the bad numbers, the Catalan goal remains undisputed holder in the goal of his team. In the nine clashes that Pau López has played in 2020 He has received 18 goals.
Once UEFA has already decided from this noon on the future of all its competitions and, by extension, also that of the national ones, LaLiga also holds important telematic meetings to address this coronavirus crisis and the impact on Spanish football. If yesterday Thebes met with his trusted team and then chaired the monthly Delegate Commission, today it has reconvened its Management Committee from 12:00 noon to finish shaping a strategy in which time has been working but is at the expense of what happens internationally this Tuesday officially.If the Federation assured last week that it works in four possible scenarios, as today it is recording its intervention in the UEFA meeting with 55 other federations and the FIFpro players union, LaLiga works mainly on a hypothesis: that the Spanish championship can be restarted in the first week of May (May 2 and 3, although it would be attempted earlier) and end it in June, playing days on weekends and weekdays to accommodate even the Second Playoffs. Of course, as much as it hurts the leaders, almost certainly this outcome would be behind closed doors. The fact that the Euro Cup has already been postponed to June 2021 makes this LaLiga intention much more viable. The main slogan of LaLiga is to save the more than one hundred television contracts that professional clubs around the world have. Thebes understands that it is a chore for their associates to be unable to make the corresponding ticket offices that still remain, but the first thing is the health of the fans and players. The key is not to lose that 25% of the audiovisual income that is still in the eaves, since many television and sponsors are very concerned with the fact that the championship cannot be finished. Above all, LaLiga sources assure, with some alternatives that have been launched with some recklessness. That would lead to a review of television contracts with the significant inconvenience that it would pose for LaLiga. Thebes is confident that this afternoon what is already an open secret, the suspension of the Euro Cup, and even the reduction of the format of the Champions League will be made official. That would facilitate some plans that he wants to share with all the clubs, very pending and concerned, throughout this Tuesday. The fact that UEFA asks for a solidarity fund to the leagues for postponing their competitions, as AS has revealed this Tuesday, is not funny.
Luis 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. ”
He Seville awaits he end of this confinement by coronavirus to try renew the contract of Pablo Pérez, youthful side who trains under the orders of Julen Lopetegui for a while now and it’s one of the great quarry pearls Nervionense. Pablo, international U19, contract ends in June 2021 and have one termination clause affordable for some important clubs in Europe, who already think about paying it and who have touched the agency that represents the footballer, Implica-T.Manchester City, Ajax Amsterdam and the scout army of the empire Red Bull (Leipzig, Salzburg and New York) they have been following Pablo Pérez for months. He Seville went ahead in its day Betis and Valencia to sign him, and Monchi strives to maintain you and raise the clause of rescission so that they do not take it to blow of checkbook. The position he occupies is also important in Nervión: Sergio Reguilón is on loan by Real Madri and it is not known if he will continue at Sánchez Pizjuán and Sergio Escudero, with one more year of contract yet, comes leaving many doubts in his last performances, so it is possible that he will come out next summer. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 30, 2020 Lopetegui has shuffled make the footballer debut this same season. In fact, I take him in the call for the game against Getafe. It’s curious, but Basque coach has no fixed training with the first team to no footballer of the branch, Sevilla Atlético, but yes happens with Pablo, which belongs to Youth Honor Division. Precisely, in that same group, another of the great promises of the Nervona quarry, the Jerez playmaker Antonio Zarzana, celebrated these days for having offered through social networks to help anyone who was starving during this coronavirus pandemic.