“At this moment, any player whose contract expires on June 30 can just walk away,” Assoagenti President Beppe Galli told Radio Punto Nuovo. “The FIGC could intervene on extending contracts, but so far all we’ve heard are words. Players like Jose Callejon at Napoli could, in theory, refuse to play after June 30.” There are other problems too, for example those who are on loan and could end up playing in a game when working for two clubs simultaneously. read also:Akpeyi not going to Europe–Agent “The new signings could start training with the new club, but not step on to the pitch, at least until the end of the 2019-20 season. We agents have made several requests for a meeting with the FIGC, received no response, and it feels as if everyone has been listened to on this matter except the agents.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 As football was locked down for almost three months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2019-20 season won’t end until at least August. This is a problem for players whose contracts expire on June 30, whether they are on loan or have already agreed to join another club after that date. It had been hoped that there would be a general extension agreed, but as time has gone on, it’s evident every club and player will have to work out an arrangement individually.Advertisement Presidents of the Agents’ Association warns that the issue of contracts has not been resolved in an expanded season. ‘Any player out of contract can refuse to play after June 30.’ Loading…
The capital club lost all six of their pool games last season but opened up this year’s campaign with their first success since beating Toulouse in the quarter-finals of the 2011-12 competition. Matt Scott had given the home side the lead just six minutes in but tries from Casey Laulala and Mike Sherry handed the advantage to Munster. Tim Visser grabbed a late try for Edinburgh as they registered their first Heineken Cup win in 18 months with a surprise 29-23 victory over Munster. Another Laidlaw penalty had the hosts back in front but Munster continued to pour forward, only a forward pass denying prop Stephen Archer from adding the visitors’ second score. Edinburgh were having to defend ever deeper and that handed hooker Sherry the opportunity to barge himself through a ruck to put Munster ahead for the first time on 27 minutes before Keatley struck again with the conversion. Yet the hosts remained competitive, mostly thanks to Laidlaw’s flawless kicking, with the skipper adding another two penalties from out wide to see the Gunners back in front 19-17 at the break. Munster’s Kiwi head coach Rob Penney has abandoned the pick-and-go style that twice took the Red Army to Heineken success in the last seven years and replaced it was a more patient approach. That new style was evident as they waited for an Edinburgh mistake before regaining the lead 13 minutes into the second period, with Keatley punishing the home team’s Grant Gilchrist for holding on in the tackle with another penalty. Edinburgh, though, were happy to scrap but their enthusiasm got the better of them again as handling at the breakdown gave Keatley the chance to kick Munster’s lead to four points with 15 minutes remaining. But just as Munster looked ready to go up another gear, Visser collected from Gilchrist to run in from 30 yards for a sucker punch the visitors did not see coming. The TMO was called in to rule on Scott’s collision with JJ Hanrahan as the Munster replacement let fly with the boot in the build up but the Scotland centre was cleared of obstruction as the home fans celebrated. Laidlaw again added the extra points to give Edinburgh a three-point lead before he knocked over a fifth penalty to take him beyond 500 points for the capital club, clinching a memorable victory in the process. Press Association Greg Laidlaw was his ever reliable self with the boot and four penalties before the break had Edinburgh ahead again, only for opposition kicker Ian Keatley to strike twice himself after the interval as the Irishmen edged themselves ahead. But with 10 minutes left and Munster growing increasingly confident, Visser sprinted down the left-hand wing to to grab the try which set up a unlikely victory, sealed with another two successful kicks from captain Laidlaw. Five defeats out of six in the RaboDirect Pro 12 had done nothing to dilute the air of expectancy in the capital as a 7,000-strong crowd turned out to see Edinburgh kick-off their European campaign. Their slow start has been blamed on a combination of a hangover from last year’s miserable efforts – just seven wins in the league and none at all in the Heineken – and the late arrival of new boss Alan Solomons just a month before the start of the season. But there were early signs that the South African was finally beginning to make his mark as the hosts piled on the pressure on their esteemed opponents in the opening stages. That build-up paid off just six minutes in as Scott took advantage of a three-on-two overload on the left to dart in for the opening try, with Laidlaw adding the conversion with the assistance of the far upright. The seven-point advantage soon became 10 as Laidlaw stuck over a penalty b ut some clever interplay with British and Irish Lion Conor Murray and winger Simon Zebo teed up Keatley to put Munster on the scoreboard with a penalty of their own. Parity was restored 20 minutes in as Laidlaw’s kick was charged down before Munster found Laulala in scoring territory from two yards, with Keatley adding the extra two.
Ralf Cheung | Daily TrojanUSC Annenberg’s Office of Public Affairs and Special Events filmed a Vine video in the East Lobby to congratulate Wallis Annenberg on the opening of a new performing arts venue called The Wallis. The first 20 students to participate received a free lunch on Wednesday.
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Employees were given the news at their headquarters in Banbury, England, this morning.Manor reportedly made a loss of 11 million pounds after finishing in last place in the 2016 constructors’ championship.
Chelsea Captain, John Terry, is the latest player from the English Premier League to confirm to be available in Port Harcourt for the Joseph Yobo Centenary Game scheduled for May 27 to celebrate the retirement of the former Super Eagles captain from football.The centre back who captained England national football team, the Three Lions between August 2006 and February 2010, and again from March 2011 to February 2012 confirmed his availability for the game to Yobo last weekend.“We are really excited by the confirmation of John Terry for the Yobo Centenary Game in Port Harcourt. He’s one big player that is very popular here in the country because of England and Chelsea’s large followership in Nigeria,” observed Coordinator of the Centenary Game, Waidi Akanni. Terry is Chelsea’s most successful captain, having led them to four Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups and one UEFA Champions League title since 2004.He is one of five players to have made over 500 appearances for Chelsea and is also the club’s all-time highest scoring defender.In 2007, he became the first captain to lift the FA Cup at the new Wembley Stadium in Chelsea’s 1–0 win over Manchester United, and also the first player to score an international goal there, scoring a header in England’s 1–1 draw with Brazil.Both Thierry Henry and Wayne Rooney are also expected along with a host of other players from Europe.Also confirmed for the match are top African players like Samuel Eto’o Fils, the Ayew Brothers, Dede and Jordan, Sulley Muntari, Djibrin Cisse and Tresor Lualua amongst others.Akanni, a former Super Eagles player said yesterday in Lagos that the Yobo testimonial has continued to generate interests from past and present players from around the world.“In the course of Yobo’s career that saw him clock 100 caps for Nigeria, he built so much goodwill around Europe. Anywhere you mention his name, people remember him with fond memories,” stressed Akanni.Last weekend, Yobo who was special guest at Everton’s home game against Bournemouth was duly hailed by fans who remembered his 10 years adventure there. Chants of ‘Yobo, Yobo, Yobo’ rocked the stands as fans honoured him.Akanni also commended proprietor of NPFL FC IfeanyiUbah, Dr Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah for his support for the Centenary Game.“Dr Ifeanyi Ubah is fully committed to making the testimonial a memorable one for Yobo and his friends,” the coordinator hinted.The Joseph Yobo Foundation is in partnership with Rivers State Government for the Centenary Game at the Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium in the Garden City.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Share Submit UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 Pete Wallis – EPICIndependent gambling harm and minimisation consultancy EPIC Risk Management has teamed up with Whysup to support the ongoing efforts of the UK Gambling Commission’s (UKGC) ‘National Strategy’ on gambling harm reductions.Updating the media, EPIC and Whysup have formed a shared collaborative approach to combat and reduce gambling-related harms at a national level, helping regulatory stakeholders.The strategic partnership is formed, following the launch of the UKGC’s ‘National Strategy’, a three-year programme which establishes the UK’s new framework on reducing problem harm – focusing on wider collaboration to enhance gambling addiction prevention and treatment of the illness.Pete Wallis, EPIC’s new Operations Manager stated that EPIC-&- Whysup partnership, would seek to make a ‘real change – not simply box ticking’ – highlighting both organisations ‘lived experience’, in treating addictions.“This strategic partnership is a real force multiplier and will allow us to have a greater reach, and positively impact on more people to reduce gambling-related harms. We’re excited for the future and believe this collaborative partnership will be instrumental in the strategy to make gambling safer for all.” Wallis outlined.Mark Murray – WhysupBacking UKGC National Strategy principles, EPIC and Whysup work will focus on education, raising awareness, research and providing practical guidance to all stakeholders combatting gambling harm.Backing the partnership, Mark Murray Director of Whysup added: “We are passionate about our work, we have delivered to a variety of different audiences and utilise personal experiences to validate our service. We have a grassroots, real-world approach and believe our partnership with EPIC will ensure more people are educated, gambling is made safer and shows when to hit the stop button if needed. We are delighted to be collaborating with Paul and his team” UKGC hails ‘delivered efficiencies’ of its revamped licence maintenance service August 20, 2020 Related Articles Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020 Share StumbleUpon
Two women with outstanding warrants have added new charges to their list after they were found to be driving around town with a 16-day old infant on the floor of their car.The incident occurred in London, Kentucky Thursday.Officials say both 32-year-old Rebeca Jean Fultz and her mother, 69-year-old Charolotte J. Simpson were pulled over for outstanding warrants Thursday around 7:30 pm.While authorities conducted the arrest, Fultz informed them that her newborn was in the car. Officials reported that they could not find the infant at first, because she was not strapped into a car seat. The infant was later found on the floor of the vehicle between the passenger and front seat.Officials also reported that the infant was covered in ants, had a soiled diaper, and was laid amongst trash, an unsecured flat-screen television, and seemed to be having trouble breathing.The infant was taken to an area hospital where their condition was said to have since improved. The infant is still, however, being treated for dehydration, and will be turned over to social services.As for the child’s mother and grandmother, they have been taken to a local jail where they face child abuse charges along with their warrants.
Brendan Smith, leading Nelson with three points, Nicholas Ketola, Rayce Miller, Matthew Sokol and Riley Swiscoski, called up from the Kootenay Ice of the BC Major Midget Hockey League, replied for the Leafs.Beaver Valley out shot the Leafs in the game 49-43, including a 21-12 margin in the opening frame.Brett Clark registered the win in goal for the Hawks.Rebels take 1-0 lead on Border BruinsIn Castlegar, Carson Wornig scored an unassisted marker early in the third period to spark the hometown Rebels to a 3-1 win over Grand Forks Border Bruins in Murdoch Division Semi Final Tuesday.Daniel Petten and Tayden Woods also scored for the Rebels.Jordan Robertson replied for the Bruins.Castlegar led 1-0 after one period before Robertson pulled the Bruins even after two frames.Castlegar out shot the Bruins 35-30 making a winner out of netminder Logan Sawka. Kyle Hope and Dylan Heppier each scored twice to lead the Beaver Valley Nitehawks to a 7-5 victory over the Nelson Leafs in the opening game of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s Murdoch Division Semi Final Tuesday night in Fruitvale.The Hawks take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series with Game two Wednesday back at the Fruitvale Arena.Hope and Heppier each scored in the opening frame as the Hawks built a 4-1 period lead and chased Leaf starting goalie Josh Williams from the game.Patrick Ostermann replaced the former Alberta Junior Hockey League netminder after surrendering the Hawks’ third goal by Hope.Tyler Hartman, finishing the game with three points, Jace Weegar and Blake Sidoni also scored for the Hawks, which led 5-3 after 40 minutes.Kellan Olson also had three points for Beaver Valley while former Nelson Leaf Nolan Percival finished the game with two assists.
—At the moment 25 years in the past that Actual Zaragoza conquered the Recopa. It’s a big day for you, proper?-Undoubtedly. It was a day that modified my life, not solely me, however all that group of gamers and training employees. It was an unimaginable second as a result of of how all the things occurred, particularly the final seconds of the match.“Inside the confinement restrictions, how are you going to have a good time it?”“He caught me right here in Zaragoza, alone at residence, so we’ll have a good time when that is over.” I think about that we are going to all get collectively to have a good time and bear in mind these moments and that point.—If it hadn’t been for the virus, the celebration might have been in La Romareda and with the promotion at stake.—The staff was nice as a result of of the way it was enjoying and the constructive dynamics it was in, so it seemed prefer it was very near promotion right now and to have the ability to have a good time each. Now the most essential factor is well being first and getting out of this example and secondly, earlier than celebrating the anniversary of the Recopa, reaching promotion. It’s what we want now, to return to take pleasure in the highest class, from which Zaragoza ought to by no means have left. This circumstance has come like this, which has caught us all with our ft modified, however I hope that after we get out of this we are able to have a good time each.—At the starting of the confinement, Teledeporte broadcast the Recopa closing and had an viewers of 357,000 spectators. Have been you shocked by that quantity?-Sure. It’s superb what that staff represented for a way properly we performed soccer and the way the sport ended. It was a particular finale for the motion itself, in the final second of additional time when everybody anticipated penalties, and it’s true that I was pleasantly shocked that so many individuals watched the match. That provides you to grasp the significance of that second, not just for Actual Zaragoza, however for all Spanish soccer.“Did you see it too?”—Sure, all of us noticed it in the Recopa. We’ve got a chat and we had been commenting play by play. We noticed it complete and the reality is that we had a good time. We messed with one another when one failed and it was an unimaginable factor to recall these moments with our colleagues once more. As well as, many individuals wrote to me that day and it was a pleasant factor to recollect, particularly chatting minute by minute with all my colleagues from the Recopa.—The best way of the Recopa started on April 20, 1994 with the conquest of the fourth Zaragoza Cup. The subsequent day, at the celebration in the Plaza del Pilar, Cedrún promised the Recopa. What did you assume at the time?“I thought he was loopy.” Have you ever seen the groups which can be in the Recopa? However that is Cedrún, it got here from his soul and in the finish all of us who thought he was buzzed needed to agree with him. He’s a unprecedented man, with an enormous coronary heart, and I don’t know if he received carried away by the euphoria. He mentioned no, that he knew what he was saying, and I can solely say that he was proper.—Gloria Bistrita, Tatran Presov, Feyenoord and Chelsea till reaching the closing towards Arsenal. What do you bear in mind of every tie and which do you assume was the most complex?—In entrance of Gloria Bistrita we performed our first sport in Europe, towards a decrease staff than ours, however it appeared that you just had been enjoying a pleasant, since the area was not in excellent situation and there have been only a few folks. And we misplaced. It was additionally very unusual to should play residence video games in Valencia in the first two heats. For sure the hardest rival was Feyenoord. We needed to win with solvency there, since we performed our greatest sport, and right here at residence it value us till Pardeza’s goal. After that goal we calmed down and had been superior. I additionally bear in mind the struggling at Stamford Bridge. We already knew what English soccer was at the moment, very bodily and onerous, and we knew the way to undergo regardless of having important losses, similar to that of Aguado and Poyet. With the Aragón goal we returned to relax once more and play our soccer. And already the closing, besides in the first half hour, because it was tough for us to enter the match, we had been a lot superior and I have at all times mentioned that we must always have solved the match a lot earlier as a consequence of the quantity of alternatives we had, however there was a goalkeeper in entrance of us . Every tie had its difficulties, however we at all times knew the way to pull it off.—How did you reside the days earlier than the closing?—It was an atypical week, with many journalists in all coaching classes, with many interviews, with many associates who name you… I additionally known as a buddy I had in England to learn how Arsenal was doing at the time. It was an uncommon week, however at the identical time thrilling and we confronted it with so much of want to play the closing, which for a lot of of us was the first at European stage. For me, in truth, the just one. It was unimaginable that week, particularly the pleasure of the individuals who stopped you on the road and inspired you.“Have been you in a position to sleep the night time earlier than?”—I’m one of those that falls KO at bedtime. I don’t normally watch the sport the night time earlier than, however the identical day. I slept peacefully, clearly eager to get up the subsequent day and begin residing the closing from breakfast with my colleagues. The night time earlier than was quiet, however on the day of the sport there are a lot of feelings that go by means of your thoughts. There are additionally family and friends who name you. It was an unimaginable expertise.“What apprehensive you most about Arsenal?”“His bodily energy.” We knew that they had been very aggressive and that they pushed so much and really properly. They had been the present champions, so we knew about their energy, however we had been very assured in our soccer. I bear in mind Victor’s message earlier than the begin of the extension: “Guys, we have now come this far in a method and we should not change. We are going to proceed to insist on the means we play and on what has introduced us right here. ” And that was what we did.’Of all the gamers, you had been the one who knew Arsenal finest from his years at Tottenham. Did you give any recommendation to your colleagues? Did you inform them that Seaman was enjoying fairly early?—He performed very early as a result of he had gradual centrals and that means he could possibly be conscious of the balls that had been behind the protection. I talked about it to Aragon and Poyet, in order that now and again they would increase their heads. I keep in mind that throughout the match Aragón tried, however we already know that that hitting may be very sophisticated. Along with profitable that closing for us, our households and the Zaragoza followers, they additionally known as me associates from London, followers of Tottenham, to inform me that we needed to beat the ‘gunners’ sure or sure. It was added strain.“What do you bear in mind about the complete setting?”—It was one thing particular, because it was not a sport to make use of. I bear in mind the bus trip from the lodge to the stadium, since the followers, who had made a horrible effort to go to Paris, had been there cheering. I additionally keep in mind that I was speaking to Ian Wright earlier than the sport and that after we had been out on the area, after we had been already ready in the altering room tunnel, the English tried to scare us by screaming. We had been very targeted on what we needed to do and we ignored them. And above all I bear in mind the environment that was on the Zaragoza aspect. When that scarf begins, it takes you on the run. They had been with us for the 120 minutes and ate Arsenal followers.That try at intimidation didn’t cease with simply screaming. What an entrance they made in the first minutes … Nayim, who’s in Zaragoza passing the confinement, heeds Ace’s name to relive that nice goal to Seaman in the Parc des Princes in Paris. On Could 10, 1995, the Aragonese staff raised the European Cup Winners’ Cup to the sky and lifted virtually all Spanish followers from their seats, and 25 years later that feat continues to reside in the reminiscence and coronary heart of all Zaragoza residents. “It was a tricky entrance.” Happily, he didn’t catch me together with his foot on the floor, however an entry was not going to take me out of the most essential sport of my profession. I keep in mind that the referee pressured me to go on a stretcher, however as quickly as I received to the aspect I actually jumped off the desk to go again to play. We knew they had been going to do this, however the staff had so much of character and expertise and that was no drawback for us. In the finish we took management of the sport and they ran fairly behind us.—The consequence of that good sport got here Esnáider’s goal, which was additionally an amazing goal.—It’s a loopy goal, an actual goal. Esnáider was crucial throughout the Recopa’s profession. He scored so much of targets and it was crucial for us to have a striker in that class. He was one of these gamers who, along with targets, transmitted many issues: he didn’t cease preventing towards the central defenders, he left his soul in each sport and to this should be added his expertise and soccer high quality. Any ball that got here to him in situations you knew was going to be harmful. It was key.—Throughout the closing there was a transparent penalty on Pardeza that incomprehensibly the referee didn’t whistle. Have you ever ever thought that with VAR maybe Nayim’s goal would by no means have existed?“For sure that it was whistled.” It was a really clear penalty and I was shocked that they didn’t whistle it. We had been superior throughout the sport. Higuera additionally had alternatives, García Sanjuán one other, Aguado’s header that crashed into the publish after a stoppage by Seaman … If the VAR had existed at the moment, absolutely my goal wouldn’t have existed. We are going to by no means know, since the events normally change relying on the consequence.—The reality is that all the things appeared destined so that you can rating that goal. An instance of that is the alternative of Geli by García Sanjuán, which brought about you to alter bands and be in the proper place at the proper time.—I keep in mind that Victor known as me and advised me to get in the proper sector and go away the left for Geli. The change occurred as a result of Geli was a specialist taking pictures penalties and would have been one of the pitchers. Name it future, name it luck, or name it something, however in the finish that call gave me the alternative to do this.“What was going by means of your thoughts in the final minutes of the extension?” Did you already take into consideration penalties?“Above all, we had been targeted on not giving them choices to succeed in our space and create hazard. And from there, make the soccer that we have now been doing repeatedly. You don’t take into consideration penalties throughout the sport, however about doing all your job properly and, above all, these two issues that I have mentioned. We had been enjoying very properly, we had been reaching the rival space and what we weren’t was superb for the goal. In these final minutes, the most essential factor is that they don’t mark you since you don’t have response time and attempt to rating for the identical motive and so it occurred with the goal, that Arsenal had no response time. It was to attain the goal and whistle the finish. Not even in the finest of our desires would the closing have ended like this.—We arrived at the second of the goal… Was it intuition? Did you see Seaman prematurely?“It’s instinctive.” I raised my head and noticed that each Esnáider and Pardeza could possibly be offside. In that very same gesture I noticed the goalkeeper ahead and I had the ball in good situation to hit him, since he was bouncing. You don’t know why you assume it, however it comes out and that’s what occurred in that motion. There have been a number of elements that made me resolve on the beating.—When the ball entered the goal, did you imagine it?—When I noticed the response of the public and Seaman inside the goal, I went loopy. I was searching for my father and my household in the stands, however in lower than two seconds the companions fell on me. It was an unimaginable feeling that scoring a goal in a European closing and that meant a title. However for me the most lovely factor was not the motion of the goal or the celebration at that second, however the day after, after we returned to Zaragoza. I have by no means skilled something prefer it and I don’t assume I will reside it once more. Properly, let’s see if we go up this 12 months and you’ll expertise one thing comparable.—They are saying that the celebration on the identical day of the sport was the least organized celebration in historical past…-That’s the way it went. I needed to go the anti-doping management, it took me a very long time to get to the lodge and when I arrived there was no one. I had not organized something, not even a dinner, so I went to greet my father after which I seemed for all times to go to dinner with my household as a result of I was terribly hungry after a lot effort. I couldn’t discover a taxi and by probability a bus handed that mentioned Actual Zaragoza and I stopped it. I requested them to please deliver me someplace the place I might have dinner and that was what saved me. And already at the place the place the bus took me, I met a number of colleagues.– Do you stay up for each time you bear in mind the goal?-Undoubtedly. I am very excited to see the smile of individuals who bear in mind what they had been doing at the time. They let you know anecdotes and thank me, when I solely did my job.—And also you keep in mind that goal solely in Zaragoza or in any metropolis you go to?“Wherever I go, they remind me.” I was just lately in Singapore enjoying a veterans match and other people, who got here from so much of locations, from the Maldives to India, stopped by to inform me they remembered the goal. Many individuals who like soccer keep in mind that second.—Do you think about it to be the finest goal seen in a closing?—I can’t say that as a result of there’s Zidane’s goal or Bale’s. There have been lovely targets, however the circumstances of my goal, in the final second of additional time and from midfield, have by no means occurred in a European closing. Folks keep in mind that goal as a result of of these circumstances. Even José Ángel de la Casa, who was the commentator, mentioned there have been ten seconds left for penalties. It was a spectacular second for everybody. Many individuals inform me that they thought, “The place is that this madman going?” I don’t know whether it is the most lovely, however it’s the most particular as a result of of the circumstances.– Proper now, along with Víctor Fernández, he has two of his teammates inside the present Zaragoza, since Loreto is the second coach and Belsué the delegate. What do they let you know about the staff?—The reality is that they are very excited. They undergo and really feel the staff very a lot. We discuss every single day by way of chat, particularly after video games to cheer them on and congratulate them. They’ve hit the key and have been profitable with the signings. Luis Suarez has given us life. That boy who doesn’t catch a chilly or get damage. The staff is aware of what it’s enjoying and the way to do it, it has so much of confidence and earlier than this break it was in unimaginable dynamics. They let you know that it’s a must to proceed and that it’s not executed, they know the way tough the Second Division is, however they are very, very excited.“What do you assume will occur to soccer?” And the way can all this break have an effect on the staff if the competitors lastly resumes?—In the first place I assume that it’s a must to play even behind closed doorways to complete the League. In the finish the situations are the identical for everybody. Maybe the solely drawback that we are able to have, subsequent to Cádiz, is that no area of Segunda anima and fills up like La Romareda. We at residence, with the followers supporting us, we’re a really tough staff to beat. That’s the small drawback, however in any other case we might be on an equal footing. Whoever manages that finest, may have the chance of ascending. There are 5 groups preventing for direct promotion, together with us, and we’re going to see how all that’s managed. It is going to be robust as a result of they will play fairly often, so the depth of the bench goes to be essential. Zaragoza, thank God, have high quality gamers and Victor can play with the minutes that every one has.—What message are you able to ship to Zaragocismo on such a big day as the 25th anniversary of the Recopa?—An important factor is that they have endurance and I ship them so much of encouragement. We are going to return to the streets quickly and after we return, if all the things goes regular and as till now, we are able to have a good time three issues: the 25th anniversary of the Recopa, the promotion to First and, most essential of all, the return to normality. Hopefully quickly they will discover a resolution to this drawback in order that we are able to proceed to make our lives and luxuriate in the little particulars. For me the most essential factor is well being.