The UOL Esporte portal indicated that Flamengo would have accepted 80% of the termination clause, set at 35 million euros, and 20% will be divided by the employer and the player’s family, who will turn 18 on the 19th of this month.Reinier did not dispute the U-17 World Cup held in Brazil and conquered by homeowners because Flamengo refused to give it up to have him in the first team that won this year’s league and Copa Libertadores.This Saturday, Reinier completed his second training with the U23 team preparing to play the South American Pre-Olympic Tournament in Colombia and will grant two seats for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, in which Brazil, to qualify, will be defending the gold medal obtained in Rio 2016.If the transfer is completed, the player, compared to Kaká for his football similarities and for both being from Brazil, the Brazilian capital, would be joining his former teammate in Real Madrid in the lower divisions of the ‘Fla’ Vinicius Júnior and Rodrygo, another of the new promises of the South American country. Flamengo Vice President Marcos Braz said that the last champion of the Brazilian league awaits a formal proposal by the midfielder Reinier, the new jewel of the Rio de Janeiro team and who It is close to signing for Real Madrid, as AS reported this Friday.“The proposal has to come first”, Braz told the digital edition of the O Globo newspaper in Rio de Janeiro when asked about the “imminent transfer” of the player to the Spanish team, as the Brazilian press assures.According to the Goal portal, Flamengo executives met Friday with representatives of the young player, headed by his father Mauro Brasilia, former world champion of futsal with Brazil in 1985, and would have reached a “principle of agreement”. At the meeting, according to information, were also the manager of Flamengo, Bruno Spindel, and the football agent Giuliano Bertolucci.
“Atlético has decided that the players, members of the technical staff and auxiliaries remain at home complying with the regulations that the aforementioned state of alarm dictates to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, “it began. The important thing, according to experts, is that they do not take weight and, therefore, the note also specified the plans for the squad during this period. “So that the players can stay in perfect physical condition during these two weeks, they have been provided with individualized training guidelines to develop at home, never in common areas or community gyms, as well as nutritional and diet recommendationss personalized. ““They have also been sent to the players and coaching staff a series of recommendations to prevent contagion, insisting on the need to relate solely and exclusively to the family nucleus, avoid leaving the home except in cases of extreme necessity and strictly follow the hygienic-sanitary recommendations already known, “he concluded. Atlético will not attend training tomorrow Monday either, day in which he originally planned to return to work, although among a series of special measures for the coronavirus health crisis. However, this will no longer be the case. The Cerro will continue closed and empty. The rojiblanco club has just issued an informed statement that, like many other Primera clubs, suspend workouts of its first two teams, the men’s and the women’s, the next two weeks, because of the state of alarm declared yesterday by the Spanish Government.
In the Netherlands, a football competition will not be played again until at least June 1. In other words, the Eredisie is postponed. In addition, the international match between the Netherlands and Greece, scheduled for May 28 in Enschede, will also be canceled.And it is that the government of the Netherlands has announced new measures to stop the spread of the coronavirus, including all events of people gathering. This implies that it remains in the air if the season in the Netherlands can be completed with the new established date (It will be reviewed again on April 6 depending on the situation). The Dutch soccer federation (KNVB) has announced that it will take a three-week training period before the league can resume. The union wants to end the season before July 1, but that seems almost impossible’De Telegraaf’ already anticipated the scenario in which the season may not be completed. According to this newspaper, The Eredivisie would be made up of 20 teams next season, which means that ADO Den Haag and RKC Waalwijk, in the current 17th and 18th positions in the league, would not descend, while the top two finishers in the Dutch second division, SC Cambuur and De Graafschap, would ascend. The current points of each team will be applied to the distribution for the different European places.
Having pulled off a tactical masterpiece to edge high-riding St George’s College 1-0 and win their third consecutive ISSA/FLOW Manning Cup – the competition’s first three-peat in 48 years – Jamaica College’s (JC) tried and proven coach, Miguel Coley, said their sensational win was his best yet.Donovan Dawkins, who scored a semi-final brace against Denham Town High and who told The Gleaner he was confident he could score in the final, was the JC team’s hero on the evening.He glanced a brilliant header with his back turned to goal in the 88th minute to leave goalkeeper Cyle Elliott and sections of the Sabina Park crowd stunned, none more than the St George’s team, who could not muster an equaliser in the remaining minutes.Saturday’s title-clinching strike took Dawkins to eight goals this season.The Old Hope Road-based institution is now the undisputed kings of Manning Cup by virtue of finishing the tournament unbeaten with two draws, and 27 titles overall.”It’s just about God. It’s been a rough time and testing time and we just have to give Him thanks. We just have to give Him praise, He has always been there for me and this is my gift to Him.”As I say, team work makes the dream work,” said Coley.Clearly overcome with emotions on Saturday, Coley reflected on his team’s 4-0 drubbing by St George’s as the catalyst for this victory.”I just wanna apologise for the 4-0 Super Cup loss. We took our licks and bounced back. It was a tough game, George’s is a fantastic team and we had to counter them with physical play and good man-marking. Team work makes the dream work,” Coley reiterated.JC were 4-0 losers in the Flow Super Cup and lost on penalties in the Walker Cup to Wolmer’s Boys’, who will play St George’s College in that final.JC meanwhile will contest the Olivier Shield final against the rural area daCosta Cup champions, with few betting against the possibility of the Corporate Area titans JC and George’s finishing the season with two trophies apiece.
LONG BEACH – When businessman Jerry Westlund was much younger, his parents would drop him off at the gates of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, he’d enjoy the race, and then he’d take the bus home. His mode of transportation at this year’s Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, Saturday, April 14 will be radically different. “I’m a lifelong Long Beach resident,” Westlund said. “I’ve been going to the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach for around 30 years and I’ve always wondered how I’d do if I ever got in the Pro/Celebrity Race. … I can’t wait to start training and line up on what is basically my home track.” Westlund will join the rest of the celebrity and professional field for four days of driver’s training conducted by Fast Lane Driving School at Willow Springs Raceway in Rosamond. One day of pre-event driver’s training and media exposure on Pro/Celebrity Press Day, plus practice and qualifying on Friday, April 13 will lead up to him taking the green flag at 11:45 a.m. Saturday, April 14 in the 10-lap sprint race over the storied 1.97-mile seaside street course. His winning bid earned him air fare, hotel accommodations, meals and ground transportation, as well as race-week dinners and related press and social activities, including a postrace “Victory Dinner.” Westlund will also receive a custom-made professional driver’s suit, along with shoes, helmet and gloves, and a $5,000 donation from Toyota will be made in his name to “Racing For Kids,” a national program benefiting two children’s hospitals in Southern California. That’s because the 41-year-old nightclub owner will be strapped in behind the wheel of a race-ready Scion tC, dueling with fellow competitors from film, television and sports in the 31st annual Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race, part of the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach weekend, April 13-15. Westlund, who owns 12 adult nightclubs in five states across the U.S., was high bidder in the recent auction on “longbeachgp.com” to win a chance to race on America’s most famed street circuit. His winning bid of $70,500 will go directly to the Grand Prix Foundation of Long Beach which, since its inception, has contributed more than $2 million to a wide cross-section of charitable organizations throughout the greater Long Beach area. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Sunderland starlet Jordan Pickford 1 Sunderland prospect Jordan Pickford has penned new contract which will keep him on Wearside until the summer of 2020.The highly-rated 21-year-old goalkeeper signed a new four-year deal in June 2014, but the academy graduate has now committed himself for a further two years after manager Sam Allardyce moved to tie up his future.Allardyce said: “Jordan is an exceptional talent who has already demonstrated that he is comfortable playing at the highest level.“At the tender age of just 21, which is still very young in goalkeeping terms, there is still a lot more potential for development, which is really exciting for us.“It’s always great to see a local lad progress through the academy ranks, especially for our fans, and I am certain that Jordan has a very bright future ahead of him here at Sunderland.”England Under-21 international Pickford, who joined the Black Cats as an eight-year-old, was handed his senior debut in the 3-1 FA Cup third-round defeat at Arsenal on January 9.He retained his place for the Premier League trip to Tottenham a week later after a series of successful loan spells, the last of them at Championship side Preston during the first half of this season.Allardyce has insisted Italian Vito Mannone remains his number one, but was confident enough in Pickford to sell Costel Pantilimon to Watford last week.
An important animal welfare/rescue meeting is to be held in The Station House hotel in Letterkenny on Tuesday 5th of April at 8pm. The meeting is to deal with the fall out of the sudden closure of Donegal Pet Rescue.Two of the group’s founding members, Mickey Forde and Gary Cooney, two of the original founding members of the organisation, have expressed an interest in taking over the organisation again. Topics discussed at the meeting will be:1. The best way to move forward2. Taking names of potential committee members3. Putting a rescue in place again 4. Rolling the structure out so that it covers all areas of Donegal, that way we can have small sub committees in different areas of the county.5. Setting it up in an organised manner as it is a massive undertaking.6. Getting the publics opinion and feed back as they will play a large part of the success of thisventure.7. And last but not least …….discussing how we turn the dream of having our own rescue centre in Donegal into a reality.“All members of the public are welcome as is Vets, Dog Groomers, Boarding kennel owners, Pet shops and all other professional and non professional people who would like to contribute to this very important meeting. “You do not have to be an animal lover to attend this meeting, you may excel in other areas and feel you would like to contribute to this venture,” said a spokesman.Anyone looking for further information on this meeting can contact Mickey on 0872368386EMERGENCY MEETING TO DISCUSS CLOSURE OF PET RESCUE SERVICE was last modified: March 28th, 2016 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:closureDonegal Pet Rescuemeeting
SHAY GIVEN may be about to join Rangers…..Queen’s Park Rangers.The Lifford man will miss training this morning and tomorrow due to a knee injury but after undergoing a scan he is not believed to be a doubt for the Euro 2012 tournament.But off the field the 36-year-old is being linked with a move to QPR from Aston Villa, according to several media reports in England today, Rangers manager Mark Hughes, who brought Given from Newcastle to Manchester City, is reportedly very keen on bringing the Lifford man to Loftus Road.Shay started his career at Celtic before joining Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle. FORMER CELTIC STAR SHAY GIVEN TO JOIN RANGERS? (DON’T WORRY, IT’S QPR) was last modified: May 22nd, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:FORMER CELTIC STAR SHAY GIVEN TO JOIN RANGERS? (DON’T WORRYIT’S QPR)
Tooban NS win Indoor Hurling Final:A high standard of hurling was on offer in Burt Hall on Thursday last in the county finals of the indoor hurling. The final pitched two teams from opposite ends of the county together, namely Tooban NS from the Burt area and Derrybeg NS from the Gweedore area. In a keenly contested final, it was the Inishowen school who took the honours and in doing so, they claimed the first piece of silverware on offer at primary schools level in the new school year. Woodlands NS win Camogie Indoor Final:The girls from Woodlands NS were victorius in the camogie finals that were held along with the hurling finals in Burt last week. The girls from Tooban NS and Woodlands NS qualified from their respective groups to set up a closely fought final, in which the Woodlands girls prevailed to claim the title. They have now qualified for the Indoor Ulster Finals that will be held in February 2013. Football Competitions:Fixtures for the 2012/13 season are now on the website. Teachers are encouraged to play as many blitzes as possible in their section in order to give the pupils as much game time as possible. Results should be recorded and the school with the most wins will qualify for the knockout stages in April. Mouth Guards:Teachers please note that from Jan. 1st 2013, it will be compulsory for all players to wear mouthguards during Cumann na mBunscol football competitions. Players will not be allowed on to the field of play without one after this date. This is a directive from the National Committee of the GAA and will also be implemented at club level. Committee Meeting:The next monthly meeting will be held in Heaney’s, Ballybofey on Jan. 9th @ 5pm. GAA NEWS: SCHOOL NOTES was last modified: December 10th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAA schools notes
Henry had also been linked with replacing Steve Bruce at Aston Villa, however, he released the following statement on Twitter: “Since announcing my decision to leave my full time role in broadcasting to pursue my ambition of becoming a manager, I have subsequently been linked with a number of positions both domestically and internationally.“Contrary to misleading reports people may have read at this moment neither myself nor my advisers have held any discussions with any club or national association. My intention has always been to be patient and I will take my decision in good time.” 2/2 at this moment neither myself nor my advisers have held any discussions with any club or national association. My intention has always been to be patient and I will take my decision in good time.— Thierry Henry (@ThierryHenry) August 2, 2018In July, he announced he was stepping down from his role as an analyst for Sky Sports, “Over the last four years I have had some extremely rewarding coaching experiences in football,” he said.“These experiences have only made me more determined to fulfil my long term ambition to become a football manager.“It is with sadness, therefore, that I have decided that I must leave Sky Sports to enable me to spend more time on the pitch and concentrate on my journey to achieving that goal.” Henry worked under Roberto Martinez at the World Cup Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry has denied reports he is set to take over as manager of Egypt.The 40-year-old worked as assistant to Belgium manager Roberto Martinez during the World Cup and harbours ambitions of his own to one day be the main man in the dugout. 1/2 Since announcing my decision to leave my full time role in broadcasting to pursue my ambition of becoming a manager, I have subsequently been linked with a number of positions both domestically and internationally.Contrary to misleading reports people may have read…— Thierry Henry (@ThierryHenry) August 2, 2018 1