first_imgKROOS (30 years, contract until 2023)It renewed last summer and its continuity is not discussed at the Bernabéu, but its feeling he lived better times with Zizou. Marseille replaced him in the derby and did not line him up against City …MODRIC (34 years, contract until 2021)Madrid had him, before the crisis, on his to-do list. The Croatian’s age (34 years old), who wanted to leave in 2018 and that Valverde has taken away from him, keys.ISCO (27 years, contract until 2022)Every year is a new adventure for Malaga. As long as Zidane remains attached to 4-4-2 as a resource, he seems to have a hole. That’s where Isco from the Cardiff and Kiev finals arrived.JAMES (28 years old, contract until 2021)His has been a failed return. For Zidane it does not count and the white entity is between the sword and the wall: either he manages to sell the Colombian this summer or he will leave in 2021 for free … CEBALLOS (23 years old, contract until 2023)For Zidane it is expendable and the utrerano asked to leave on loan to Arsenal to play the Eurocup. With the postponement to 2021, it is in the same … Except for surprise, it will not pass the sieve.ODEGAARD ​​(21 years old, contract until 2023)It will be one of the new faces in 2020-21, as reported by AS. Madrid sees him prepared and although there was initially a pact for him to continue a second year at Real, he will return.KUBO (18 years old, contract until 2025)His year at Mallorca has been as expected for an 18-year-old rookie: with matches he has gone further. Madrid likes what it sees, but the feeling is that it must continue to burn.ÓSCAR RODRÍGUEZ (21 years old, contract until 2023)His cache has exploded this second year on loan at Leganés (seven goals). He has ‘girlfriends’ in the market. The fact that there is no preseason to use damages your options in Madrid.REINIER (18 years, contract until 2026)This break helps him to rest because he came from Brazil without having a vacation. In principle, the current formula will be maintained: Castilla and progressive integration in the first team.Many pieces in the offensive networkBALE (30 years, contract until 2022)It will be the great puzzle of the summer. Zidane wants him to leave, the club assumes that it will cost horrors to sell him and the Welshman will face his departure. The situation is a time bomb …LUCAS VÁZQUEZ (28 years, contract until 2021)One of the pending points of the entity. They have not called him to renew (he only has one more campaign) and Madrid seems ready to turn the page with the Galician youth squad.BRAHIM (20 years, contract until 2025)You will need to rethink the next step in your career. The club tried to find him a loan in January, but the Malaga native resisted. Zidane likes it, but there are others he likes more …HAZARD (29 years old, contract until 2024)“I will be judged for my sophomore year,” he said last week, stung by his pride. The club’s priority is to recover without ankle sequelae. It will be a brand new crack.VINICIUS (19 years, contract until 2025)The pandemic slowed him down as he was settling in for ownership. However, he will not start from scratch: Madrid will not listen to offers for him and the Brazilian gradually seduces his coach.ASENSIO (24 years, contract until 2023)He is ready to be a ‘signing’ of the 2020-21 after spending a year blank due to injury. I was about to play again before the break. Untouchable and hungry left-handed.RODRYGO (19 years old, contract until 2025)Madrid considers him a strategic signing and is confident in his future. He has a guaranteed place in the first squad and if Bale and Lucas Vázquez come out, even more holes to grow.BENZEMA (32 years, contract until 2022)He is and will be the benchmark of Zidane’s Madrid: this same season he extended his bond one more year. Future candidates like Haaland will not change their privileged role. ACHRAF (21 years, contract until 2021)Along with Odegaard, the loan that has grown the most in Madrid’s eyes. The problem? To return he wants to play assiduously and he also has to renew … Zidane has to convince him.RAMOS (34 years, contract until 2021)This week he turned 34 with his future in the air. Contract ends in 2021, the club intends to extend him one more year but the captain would like to sign two and retire at Madrid.VARANE (26 years, contract until 2022)One of the immovable players for Zidane. Along with Benzema, heavyweights from the French nucleus. It will not only continue, it is one of those that enters the policy of upcoming renewals.MILITAO (22 years old, contract until 2025)The central 50M € and the irregularity in his first year of white. It is part of the Brazilianization of Madrid and its status is not altered. You still have confidence.NACHO (30 years, contract until 2022)It has naturally led to the arrival of Militao. He is a Zizou soldier (he went to celebrate his goal in Valladolid with the Marseillaise), exemplary youth squad, extinguishes fires and has no intention of leaving.VALLEJO (23 years old, contract until 2022)Another who has been caught stopping by redirecting. The loan to the Wolves was a fiasco and Granada was his redemption. It is the fifth central: if there is no exit in that area, there is no gap.MARCELO (31 years old, contract until 2022)He wants to continue despite having lost his status as an indisputable left back. His personal relationship with Zizou, being second captain and his life in Madrid push him to stay.MENDY (24 years old, contract until 2025)He is essential for his coach because this year he was the only left back with purely defensive skills. Neither Achraf nor Reguilón seem to threaten their space on campus.REGUILÓN (23 years old, contract until 2023)One of those who has best squeezed his loan. Key in the Seville of Lopetegui, it is young and it is listed. Madrid have faith in him, but Zidane has been more lukewarm and there is overbooking in the position … Achraf, with Borussia.Getty Images In addition to deciding what is needed, both Zidane As the Real Madrid They have to make decisions about which players are expendable in the next project. They have 37 footballers under contract (26 on the roster and eleven on loan) and must discard twelve to cover the space of 25, maximum.This is the situation of the 37 footballers about which Zizou must decide between next season …A goal with a clear ownerCOURTOIS (27 years, contract until 2024)Madrid’s goal is his and will continue to be so. The entity’s only concern is to see who is number two in the hierarchy under the sticks. The Belgian is going from less to more.AREOLA (27 years, contract until 2020)Before the pandemic, PSG was looking for a goalkeeper and that left the option of continuing in Chamartín on a tray after finishing his loan on June 30. Zidane would do well to keep it.LUNIN (21 years old, contract until 2024)An unknown, because it does not manage to have the slightest continuity. He hardly played on his loan at Leganés and neither at Valladolid. He went in January to Oviedo … and now it has suffered the break.LUCA ZIDANE (21 years, contract until 2020)Loaned in the Racing Santander, where he has had prominence, ends contract and looks at France. “I would like to direct my career there next year,” he recently said in L’Èquipe.A defense with a lot of left backCARVAJAL (28 years, contract until 2022)He is one of the captains in pectore. His future is more than assured and he will be one of the next to go through the negotiating table to renew because he only has a contract until 2022.ODRIOZOLA (24 years, contract until 2024)He is not in tune with Zidane and his transfer to Bayern was significant, but in Munich he has had no time or options to claim. Achraf’s great year puts him in check … A core with transfers that ask for passage …CASEMIRO (28 years old, contract until 2023)Zidane considers you as essential as the air you breathe. With Case, the only concern that Madrid has is how to find a natural replacement that gives it breaks.VALVERDE (21 years, contract until 2025)The epicenter of the future center of the Madrid field. It has a € 800M clause and has managed to get Zidane to forget about Pogba at times. The little bird will continue to fly. Bale and James.CHEMA DIAZ Mariano scored in the Clásico.JAVIER GANDUL JOVIC (22 years old, contract until 2025)His controversial escapade to Belgrade in the middle of the quarantine has ended a disappointing first year and creates doubts about his personality. Chelsea and Tottenham are on the lookout just in case.MARIANO (26 years old, contract until 2023)Unalterable despite being again the least used by his coach, he scored in the Classic, he does not want to leave and his salary is now an even greater drag (€ 4M). The Groundhog Day.MAYORAL (22 years, contract until 2021)He has served in Levante (six goals) but in Madrid there are no more nines. On his return, he will have to decide what he does with his future. You only have one more year left on your contract.last_img read more


first_imgJamaica’s top-ranked squash players, Chris Binnie and Lewis Walters, will take on rivals from the United States in the KPMG International Squash Series, which is scheduled for December 8-9 at the Liguanea Club in New Kingston.Dubbed ‘Yankees vs Yardies’, the two-day extravaganza will see local stars Binnie and Walters facing their stiffest competition to date on local soil. The US contingent is comprised of Chris Gordon, currently ranked number 56 by the Professional Squash Association (PSA), and Chris Hanson, who is number 83 in the world.Binnie, who has dominated the game in Jamaica and the Caribbean for the last eight years, is currently at 76, while Walters is ranked at 110.Binnie will face off with Hanson on the first day of play, while Walters will be up against Gordon. The players will then trade opponents for another round of matches on day two.Strong undercardThe event will also feature a strong undercard, which will see Jamaica’s number three player, all-rounder Bruce Burrowes, going head-to-head with rising star Julian Morrison.Burrowes and Morrison will be back in action again in mixed doubles on day two, when they will be paired with 12-time All-Jamaica Ladies Champion Karen Anderson and five-time Caribbean Ladies Champion Marlene West, respectively.The KPMG series is being staged as a major fundraiser for the Jamaica Squash Association (JSA) as part of an effort to increase financing for its Junior Outreach Programme and also to provide support for Jamaica’s professional squash players. Binnie, Walters and Morrison currently compete on the PSA circuit, which involves travel, accommodation, medical and coaching expenses.”We are very excited about our professional squash series because it will expose local fans and newcomers to the game to an extraordinarily high standard of squash,” said president of the JSA, Chris Hind.”Chris and Lewis are the top two players in the Caribbean, but, in general, they don’t get a lot of strong competition on local soil; so we look forward to seeing them do battle with other world-ranked professional players, who will definitely test their skills.”The KPMG International Squash Series is also sponsored by Supreme Ventures, BCIC and the Liguanea Club.Tickets are on sale at the Liguanea Club at a cost of $1,500 for children, $3,000 for adults and $5,000 for VIP packages, which include food and beverages. Persons purchasing tickets for both nights can get two children’s tickets for $2,500, two adult tickets for $5,000 and two VIP passes for $8,000. Interested persons can call 371-0476.last_img read more


first_imgThe ball squirted free and Schneider capitalized for a 1-0 lead in the 50th minute. “I felt like we were hanging on,” Mocabee said. “I thought the few chances we did get were on counters. I felt like they were strong and they were wearing on us.” McDonald, on a rare 1-on-1 situation near the goal, sent a shot to the corner that South Hills goalie Danielle Steward dove for but couldn’t get. It appeared as though the game would reach overtime, but a brief volley around the Huskies’ goal produced a chance for Gilbert to send a header over Stewart, who was rendered defenseless on the play by having to gamble by coming out. McDonald scored two minutes later by breaking a 1-on-2 dilemma and sent a rocket that hit the goal post, went 2 feet inside the goal and bounced out. COVINA – Freshman Nicole Gilbert scored on a header in the 78th minute and Pepperdine-bound Kylie McDonald added an insurance goal two minutes later to lift Westlake High School’s girls soccer team to a 3-1 win over host South Hills on Tuesday in the second round of the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs. The loss was a cruel finish to a stellar season for the Huskies, which included the team handing area power Walnut its first San Antonio League loss en route to a share of the league title. South Hills finished 19-5. “I just told them after the game was over how proud I was of them,” South Hills coach Scott Mocabee said. “This game isn’t going to take away what they accomplished this season, beating Walnut and beating Canyon (in the first round).” South Hills broke a scoreless tie at halftime when Tiffany Schneider took advantage of an error by Westlake goalie Jackie Jacobsen, who came out from the goal for a loose ball. center_img aram.tolegian@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2233 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A motor vehicle accident has closed at least one northbound lane of the Alaska Highway in Fort St. John this afternoon.The crash happened shortly before 1:30 P.M. in the middle of the intersection and appears to have involved two vehicles: a newer model Ford pickup truck, and an older model Ford minivan. Police and fire crews are currently on the scene along with several tow trucks, and have at least one lane of the Alaska Highway closed, along with 108th St. northbound north of the intersection. No word of any injuries, or when the roads will reopen. Photo credit: Chris Newton Photo credit: Chris Newton Photo credit: Chris Newton Photo credit: Chris Newton – Advertisement –last_img read more


first_imgIt started so well.At the beginning of the year Liverpool appeared to be marching towards a first league title since 1990 and with Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge up front, it looked like nobody could stop them.Then things went awry. Chelsea beat them 2-0 at Anfield to stop an 11-game winning streak, then the Reds squandered a three-goal lead against Crystal Palace to leave their Premier League hopes in tatters.Manager Brendan Rodgers has gone from hero to zero (in some fans’ eyes) in a matter of months…last_img read more


first_imgAs part of the Churchill Fair Glenswilly over 40’s will play Termon over 40’s at 7.30pm on Wednesday 17th at Glenswilly GAA ground.It should be a bit of craic with the legendary Frankie Doherty coming out of retirement to ref the game.But the question is ‘Who will keep up with who?’ There are rumours that the Termon team are even bringing in a certain Anthony Tohill out of retirement!Proceeds of game to Donegal GAA Training Centre in Convoy. CRAIC PROMISES TO BE ‘OVER 40’ AT CHURCHILL FAIR GAA CHALLENGE! was last modified: July 14th, 2013 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)last_img read more


first_imgTHE traditional Easter Saturday Ballyliffin 10-mile challenge was another huge success.Joe Boland from NorthWestNewsPix was there for Donegal Daily.Here’s some of his snaps: PICTURE SPECIAL: THE SPECTACULAR BALLYLIFFIN COASTAL CHALLENGE was last modified: March 27th, 2016 by John2Share 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:Ballyliffin Coastal Challenge 2106Joe Bolandpicture speciallast_img read more


first_imgPep Guardiola knows all about Bayern Munich.The Manchester City boss faces his former club as the Premier League champions continue their pre-season tour of the USA. What time is the game?This one is scheduled for the early hours of Sunday, July 29.Kick-off is at 12.05am UK time at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, which is timed nicely for when the pubs close.The 65,326-seater arena will also host Manchester United vs Real Madrid later in the week and is the home of NFL franchise Miami Dolphins.Which channel is it on?The game is going to be shown on Premier Sports.The channel has got the rights for the International Champions Cup and is currently FREE for Virgin TV users.It costs £9.99 a month for new customers on Sky.You can find it on Sky channel 412 in HD and for Virgin channel 551. Getty predicted ALTERED NEW ERA How Chelsea could line up against Southampton – what system will Lampard play? How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes How Man United could line up for Newcastle clash – will Pogba start? FOOTBALL LATEST possible xi Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener who plays? An inexperienced City side lost out to Dortmund earlier this week How Liverpool could line up at Leicester with midfielder set for lengthy absence gameday 1 What is the team news?Riyad Mahrez makes the trip over the Atlantic, as does Leroy Sane who is fresh after a summer off.The majority of the City touring party is young though and prospects such as Phil Foden, Tom Dele-Bashiru and Nathanael Ogbeta will be keen to make their mark.Bayern are at almost full strength and have Arjen Robben, Arturo Vidal and David Alaba all available.last_img read more


first_img(CLICK HERE, if you are unable to view this photo gallery on your mobile device.) During Klay Thompson’s first season in the NBA, he earned a few nickels north than $2.1 million, according to basketball-reference.com.“My first check in the NBA — it makes me uncomfortable to talk about it, but it was $35,000,” Thompson said during a recent appearance on Uninterrupted’s show Kneading Dough with host Maverick Carter. “It was more money than I could think of.”Time has proven Thompson was more …last_img read more


first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest OMAHA (DTN) — This week’s export sales report should be viewed as bearish for corn and milo and neutral for milo and wheat, according to DTN Lead Analyst Todd Hultman.For the week ending July 25, 2019, USDA reported an increase of 5.6 million bushels (143,100 mt) of corn export sales for 2018-19 and an increase of 5.1 mb (129,600 mt) for 2019-20. Last week’s export shipments of 27.7 mb were below the 31.9 mb needed each week to achieve USDA’s export estimate of 2.100 bb in 2018-19. Corn export commitments now total 1.964 bb in 2018-19 and are down 16% from a year ago. Thursday’s report was bearish for corn in 2018-19, Hultman said.For the week ending July 25, 2019, USDA reported an increase of 5.3 million bushels (143,100 mt) of soybean export sales for 2018-19 and an increase of 11.2 mb (305,500 mt) for 2019-20. Last week’s export shipments of 33.9 mb were just above the 33.1 mb needed each week to achieve USDA’s export estimate of 1.700 bb in 2018-19. Soybean export commitments now total 1.790 bb in 2018-19 and are down 16% from a year ago. Thursday’s report was neutral for soybeans in 2018-19, Hultman said.For the week ending July 25, 2019, USDA reported an increase of 14.1 million bushels (383,100 mt) of wheat export sales for 2019-20. Last week’s export shipments of 15.1 mb were below the 18.3 mb needed each week to achieve USDA’s export estimate of 950 mb in 2019-20. Wheat export commitments now total 327 mb in 2019-20 and are up 24% from a year ago. Thursday’s report was neutral for wheat in 2019-20, Hultman said.For the week ending July 25, 2019, USDA reported a slight increase of 200 mt of sorghum export sales for 2018-19 and none for 2019-20. Last week’s export shipments were below the 4.3 mb needed each week to achieve USDA’s export estimate of 85 mb in 2018-19. Sorghum export commitments now total 65 mb in 2018-19 and are down 67% from a year ago. Thursday’s report was bearish for sorghum in 2018-19, Hultman said.(BAS)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.last_img read more