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first_img House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 admin Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Latest Posts Latest posts by admin (see all) This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Bio BLUE HILL — The Eagles evened their record at 2-2 on Wednesday, April 29, as righthander Peter Dickinson pitched a two-hitter with eight strikeouts in an 11-0 shutout of the Orono Red Riots.Nick Saunders drove in three runs with a double and a single, Sam Eley singled twice and drove in a run and Dickinson had a pair of singles for GSA. For more sports stories, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American.last_img


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first_imgRafael Nadal overcame Gilles Simon in straight sets to reach the quarter-finals of the men’s tennis in Rio.The Spaniard, who had been an injury doubt coming into the tournament after pulling out of the French Open in May, won 7-6 (5), 6-3 after his opponent had looked to be coming back into the match after going 5-1 down in the second set.He will now face either Thomaz Bellucci, the home favourite, or Belgium’s David Goffin in the last eight. Organisers had to call off the action yesterday but Nadal came through following the delay and will be followed by Britain’s Andy Murray and Johanna Konta.The Scot, who breezed through to the third round on Tuesday, is set to meet Italy’s Fabio Fognini while Konta is set to take on Germany’s Angelique Kerber in the quarter-final of the women’s event.In their only previous meeting so far, world no.2 Kerber knocked Konta out of the Australian Open this year in the semi-finals.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more


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first_imgDavid Silva will leave Manchester City at the end of the season not only as a club legend but a Premier League one too.Despite being 34 and approaching the latter end of his career, the midfield magician displayed a masterclass in City’s 5-0 thrashing of Newcastle on Wednesday.Graceful on the ball with a sweet left foot, Silva led the way for touches (136), passes (112), opposition half passes (65), duels (14), possession gained (six), tackles (two), shots (four) and assists (two) in the contest, as well as scoring a stunning free-kick. The Spaniard joined City from Valencia in 2010 and has gone on to win four Premier League titles, two FA Cups and five League Cups and could yet end his time at the club with more silverware.So how should Silva be honoured by the club when he leaves? Does he deserve a statue at Etihad Stadium?“I don’t know,” said boss Pep Guardiola. “This club had many incredible top players.“Pablo Zabaleta, Joe Hart, Vincent Kompany, Silva, Sergio Aguero, these types of guys. This group of players helped this club be where it is. After this kind of thing we name a street, a pitch.“What he has done is incredible, fantastic, not just for the game today, for the last 10 years.“What we want is for the people to come back to the Etihad for a game for him as one of the legends of the club.”Though their hold on the Premier League trophy has gone to Liverpool, City have won the Carabao Cup this season and remain in both the Champions League and FA Cup.But they are yet to win one trophy they crave the most.“It would be nice for David and all of us to win the Champions League,” said Guardiola.Since his English top-flight debut, Silva heads the charts with 92 assists and 790 chances created, more than any other player in that period.Guardiola added: “In the small spaces, he is maybe the best I have seen. He came back from lockdown in incredible rhythm. If he decided to, he could play anywhere. There’s no doubt about that.“The level he is at is the best of this season. He is playing really, really good. The fans are not here but he is going to come back to bid them farewell.”Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more


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first_imgMalachi Richardson stood 30 feet from the basket, no ball in sight, and flapped his arms into the air. The Carrier Dome crowd was loud, but he wanted it to get even louder. Syracuse had trailed by seven in the closing minutes of regulation, improbably forced overtime and willed its way to an eight-point lead against a Virginia Tech team that refused to go away.Now the Hokies were done pressing because an Orange win was all but sealed. Players were exchanged emphatic high-fives in front of the SU bench. When the final buzzer sounded, Michael Gbinije let the ball roll away from him and finally exhaled.“Really that’s as good of a comeback as you’re going to see,” SU head coach Jim Boeheim said. “… Especially at the end, that last spurt was incredible in regulation.”Then Boeheim let out an audible sigh, his tie nowhere to be found and his top button undone. For the second time in two seasons, Syracuse trailed late — nearly too late — before stealing a win from Virginia Tech. Last February in the Carrier Dome, the Hokies held a 8-point lead with four minutes go, but Gbinije eventually won it on a buzzer-beater. This time, SU (16-8, 6-5 Atlantic Coast) erased a late Virginia Tech (12-11, 4-6) lead to capture a 68-60 win on a night where it played far from its best basketball.But that didn’t matter, at least as far as the final scoreboard was concerned. In its fourth game in nine days, the Orange willed its way to its unlikeliest win of the season and improved to 6-1 since starting 0-4 in ACC play.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We’re in a good a position as we can be in really, realistically, starting out 0-4 in this league,” Boeheim said. “… We just got to keep fighting. We can’t do anything about that. We have to get better and I think we need some time off.”Boeheim said it was the first game since his return from suspension that the Orange just “didn’t have it,” and was much was evident in the first 20 minutes.With 11:58 left in regulation and Syracuse still playing as poor as it did out of the gate, the Dome crowd screamed through every Virginia Tech possession and contested each foul call against SU as if it were deciding the entire season. But the Hokies answered each of Syracuse’s pushes with a stadium-quieting bucket to preserve a one-possession lead.Then the Orange would score and turn the noise back on. Then the Hokies would score and turn it back off. On, then off. Off, then on. That’s how it went until Virginia Tech bumped its lead to five and SU started to unravel.But then it caught itself, just in time.Down seven with a minute and a half remaining, Richardson hit a step-back 3 in front of the Orange to cut the Hokies’ lead to four. On Syracuse’s next possession, Richardson knifed inside and dumped a pass to Lydon, whose two-handed dunk shaved the deficit to two with 1:01 on the clock.After Justin Bibbs missed the back end of two free throws with 46 seconds left, Cooney grabbed the ball in a crowd and Gbinije brought it down court. The fifth-year senior called for a Roberson screen he had no intention of using, the game clock flying below 30 seconds, and coolly made a 3 from way behind the 3-point line.“That was a hell of a shot,” Cooney said of Gbinije’s game-tying 3. “And a hell of a time to step up and make it.”Bibbs missed on the other end and Gbinije raced down the floor and found Richardson open behind the 3-point line, a wide-open shot separating Syracuse from the come-from-behind win. It arced toward the rim and a suspended silence cut through the delirium in the Dome. But the ball hit the front rim, then back rim before falling to the court.Overtime. Five more minutes. One last chance for the Orange to show it has the guts to win three conference games in five days.And that’s exactly what it did.Gbinije hit a step-back jumper. Cooney swished a 3. Richardson did too. By the time Dajuan Coleman walked to the foul line with 45 seconds left in the extra period, Syracuse’s lead had stretched to seven and half of the players on Virginia Tech’s bench were staring at their shoes.There was nothing for the Hokies to look at on the court. Just a celebrating team and its celebrating fans. Another year and another opportunity slipped away.“You just have to remind yourself that it’s not over until it’s over,” Gbinije said. “… We want to win. We realize we may not have the resume to get in the tournament, so we’re really trying to go full throttle and try and make something happen.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 2, 2016 at 10:39 pm Contact Jesse: jcdoug01@syr.edu | @dougherty_jesselast_img read more


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first_imgTipp FM will have updates on the match, which takes place in Cahir and throws-in at 2.45pm.  We’ll also have news of Nenagh Eire Og’s efforts to win the Intermediate crown tomorrow afternoon. Darrell Tucker’s team face Inniscarra of Cork in the provincial decider.The Tipp champions were narrowly beaten in last year’s final.Their boss is hoping the side can build on their successes within the Premier County.last_img


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first_imgGermany’s record goalscorer Miroslav Klose has called time on his international career.The veteran 36-year-old striker scored 71 goals in 137 appearances over 13 years for the national team.Klose signs off with Germany as a world champion having helped Joachim Low’s men triumph at the World Cup in Brazil last month.During the tournament, Klose became the most prolific goalscorer in World Cup history as he scored in the 7-1 drubbing of the hosts in the semi-final, to take his tally to 16 – one more than legendary Brazil striker Ronaldo.Speaking about his decision, Klose told the German Football Association’s official website: “With the title in Brazil, I achieved a childhood dream.”I am proud and happy that I was able to shape this great success for German football. I had a unique and wonderful time and many memorable moments in the national team. “Recent weeks have made me aware of those moments. For me there can be no better time to decide to end the national chapter.”The Lazio striker made his debut as second-half substitute in a World Cup qualification fixture with Albania in March 2001, and he had an instant impact by netting an 87th-minute winner.Klose played at four World Cups and won the FIFA Golden Boot award in 2006 when the tournament was held in Germany.He also featured in three European Championships, and only Lothar Matthaus has represented Germany on more occasions.Germany head coach Low took time to pay tribute to Klose’s glittering international career. “When I met last with Miro, he told me that he had a lot of thought and discussed [his decision] with the family,” he said.”I immediately felt that his decision was irreversible, that I cannot change his mind.”Miro Klose is an international star, he is one of the greatest strikers [to play] football.“His footballing qualities such as his aerial ability, his goal presence, his understanding of the game and his tireless commitment are second to none world-wide.”last_img read more


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first_imgThis week, the focus turns to the award that essentially rewards the top quarterback in the NFL in a given season — league MVP.  Three quarterbacks have emerged as the strongest candidates through the first half of the season based on how much they’ve carried their teams, but now a fourth — the reigning MVP, no less — is set to return to make up some major ground.From the best to the worst current starters for every team, let the debate continue.WEEK 10 NFL PICKS: Against the spread | Straight upNFL quarterback power rankings Week 101. Russell Wilson, Seahawks (last week: 2)Wilson has played spectacular football and is long overdue for a Seattle reign as MVP. With their lingering defensive issues and running game not being quite as a reliable, the Seahawks’ playoff hopes rest mostly on his arm and legs. The 49ers present a big chance to pad his lead.2. Deshaun Watson, Texans (3)Watson did get some more help from his running game and defense in Week 9 before the bye, but he’s provided plenty of razzle and dazzle to lift his team back to first place in the AFC South.3. Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs (not ranked)Mahomes is trending toward a return from knee injury with his full practice week and can pick up where he left off picking apart an injury-riddled Titans defense. He has two games of lost production for which to make up, but we know he can get hot in a hurry to put up more undeniable numbers and jaw-dropping plays.4. Lamar Jackson, Ravens (9)Jackson got the biggest win of his young career by passing and running the Ravens to a rout of the Patriots. He’s a gamer and a winner, and although Baltimore’s defense has figured out more things of late, the team wouldn’t be in first place in the AFC North without everything he’s done, including a key win vs. Wilson.5. Aaron Rodgers, Packers (1)Rodgers had some MVP momentum going into Week 10 after his two biggest games under Matt LaFleur, but then came the rough game in the loss at the Chargers. He’s doing his best to lift a limited receiving corps led by a limited Davante Adams. He will look to get well in a big way back in Green Bay.NFL POWER RANKINGS49ers, Saints jump Patriots; Ravens, Seahawks pass Packers for Week 106. Drew Brees, Saints (4)With the five games lost to his right thumb injury — all Saints wins — Brees, who has never won the MVP, will be more concerned about working on getting another Super Bowl MVP later with a contender that might be stronger than last year’s NFC runner-up.7. Dak Prescott, Cowboys (6)Prescott is on the fringe of the MVP conversation as he’s also playing at a high level. What’s hurt him are losses to Rodgers’ Packers and the Brees-less Saints. He has plenty of big-game chances ahead, however, with the Vikings, Patriots and Rams left.8. Tom Brady, Patriots (5)Brady is trying to lift an offense that has a struggling power running game and no true downfield threats in the passing game. He’ll be the first to admit he hasn’t played nearly his best, but his average is still better than most of the league.9. Carson Wentz, Eagles (11)Wentz’s season doesn’t have gaudy numbers and the Eagles are only 5-4, but his tough, gritty play in a compressed passing game continues to impress as a old-school quarterback ideal for colder-weather success.10. Matthew Stafford, Lions (8)Stafford has everything on him with the Lions’ defense and running game offering nothing toward their bottom line. He’s dealing well all over the field at the highest level of his career.11. Kirk Cousins, Vikings (7)Cousins has played very well playing off the running game but had a bit of a cool off with his downfield passing against the Chiefs. He also could use to raise his play in bigger games, because he’s still at his best ripping apart weaker teams.12. Jimmy Garoppolo, 49ers (10)Jimmy G’s explosion in prime-time against the Cardinals reminded everyone he’s a lot more playmaker than caretaker for the NFL’s only undefeated team. He take that up a notice with another national night game vs the Seahawks on Monday.13. Matt Ryan, Falcons (12)Ryan should return from his ankle injury to face the rival Saints. He has done his best to keep Atlanta in games knowing it can’t run well and its defense consistently gives up big plays and big leads.14. Derek Carr, Raiders (15)Carr has been super-efficient all season and there are no more questions about how he meshes with Jon Gruden and the Raiders’ offense, given he’s doing this without Antonio Brown and with a committee of versatile receivers. He’s a pretty good reason why they’re 5-4, fresh off the winning comeback he led against the Chargers.15. Jacoby Brissett, Colts (14)Brissett might play through his knee injury against the Dolphins. With his mental and physical toughness, the Colts couldn’t have asked for much more than what he’s doing in their strong support system. He’s done plenty to prove he was worthy of being extended as the starter.NFL BACKUP QB QUIZ:Can you name your favorite team’s second-stringer?16. Jared Goff, Rams (16)Goff returns from a bye without wide receiver Brandin Cooks and faces a make-or-break second half featuring a slew of tough defensive matchups, starting with the Steelers.17. Kyler Murray, Cardinals (17)Murray has had some terrific games as a rookie like the one against the 49ers to prove the Cardinals got it right by pairing him with Kliff Kingsbury. The passing game is very friendly for his talents, and his running should be more effective with David Johnson back.18. Philip Rivers, Chargers (18)What was that? Rivers had every opportunity to rip apart a weak Raiders’ pass defense and ended up having one of his classic mistake-filled games. He was enjoying career-best play with Anthony Lynn, but now it’s back to some shaky times from San Diego.19. Jameis Winston, Buccaneers (18)Winston did have a turnover in Seattle, but as Bruce Arians pointed out, it was yet another one that wasn’t his fault. He is locked in with Mike Evans and Chris Godwin to think the Bucs should make sure to lock up him as their franchise passer.20. Nick Foles, Jaguars (not ranked)Foles gets the starting gig back from Gardner Minshew after the Week 10 bye, following Minshew’s bad game in Week 9. But there’s no guarantee Foles will be better than Minshew was in most of the games he played since Week 1.21. Baker Mayfield, Browns (19)Mayfield gets propped up here again by considering the physical talent he still has and there were more signs of him breaking a sophomore season-long slump during a tough matchup in Denver. There’s still time to restore some good vibes as now the playoffs aren’t a concern.22. Josh Allen, Bills (23)Allen has held steady with slight improvement from his rookie season but the defense and running game are way more responsible for having the Bills playoff positioned. He’ll need to raise his game in the second half for them to nail down the wild card.23. Kyle Allen, Panthers (27)Allen has done well to help Carolina win when Christian McCaffrey is making things easier with big runs and catches and the defense is creating shorter fields with takeaways. It’s now on him to help them come through against tougher competition such as the Packers, now that he has an extended audition for the job with Cam Newton on IR.24. Ryan Tannehill, Titans (20)Tannehill is back to being the usual inconsistent thrill ride, athletic playmaker who can turn ineffective passer at any moment. He’s still a huge improvement, which doesn’t bode well for the NFL future of Marcus Mariota.25. Daniel Jones, Giants (22)Sometimes in quarters, Danny throws dimes. Other times, he gets confused by the nickel package and his coin tosses become turnovers. Our two cents is that he’s still a promising rookie who will keep learning from mistakes.NFL MOCK DRAFT 2020: Which three QBs go in Round 1?26. Ryan Fitzpatrick, Dolphins (29)Fitzpatrick was trending toward getting Miami in the win column and it had to be sweet to do that against one of his many former teams, the Jets. He’s still the same old (emphasis on old) gunslinger.27. Mason Rudolph, Steelers (25)Rudolph has done his best to guide Pittsburgh’s sleigh without Ben Roethlisberger, but there’s still not a comfort level he should be Big Ben’s full-time successor as he can quickly fall into a checkdown shell.28. Sam Darnold, Jets (26)Darnold isn’t hitting on the shorter or longer passes like we thought he could in a potential breakout season under Adam Gase, stuck in intermediate or interception mode. He needs to finish strong against a very easy schedule to take key positives into Year 3.29. Mitchell Trubisky, Bears (29)Trubisky doesn’t want the televisions on at Halas Hall because he doesn’t want to hear anything about the way he’s struggling. Our guess is he probably gets plenty of that already from coach Matt Nagy.30. Brandon Allen, Broncos (32)Allen made it three victorious Allens with a pretty good playmaker-facilitating performance against the Browns. It will be interesting to see if Allen can keep the job ahead of a healthy Drew Lock.31. Ryan Finley, Bengals (not ranked) Finley did perform well in the preseason and had a good career at NC State and will be the fourth NFL starter from that program when he takes the field against the Ravens, but we know that’s a very tough first game.32. Dwayne Haskins, Redskins (31)Haskins looks like he might get an extended look after the bye. The limited playing time so far has been rough, but maybe a full trial by fire to end his rookie season is exactly what he needs to improve vastly for Year 2. Ranking NFL quarterbacks has never been more difficult. The league has never seen so many good passers (and runners) at the position as it has in 2019, from rising young stars to accomplished veterans with plenty of above-average players in between.Because our preseason rankings weren’t enough, we will keep doing weekly updates based on the natural fluctuation of football’s most important position.last_img read more


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first_imgParis, France | AFP |  Established star Sadio Mane and the emerging 16-year-old Ansu Fati both scored as they shared the limelight among Africans in the top European leagues at the weekend.Senegal’s Mane boosted hopes of succeeding Liverpool teammate Mohamed Salah as African Footballer of the Year with a brace in a Premier League comeback win over Newcastle United.Guinea-Bissauan Fati, the teenager taking La Liga by storm, notched his second goal in as many matches to set up Barcelona for victory over Valencia.ENGLANDSADIO MANE/MOHAMED SALAH (Liverpool)Mane sparked Liverpool into action against Newcastle once he was switched to the left of the formidable front three. The Magpies were leading at that stage, but once the tactical switch was made shortly before the half hour they were run ragged, largely by the Senegalese. Mane scored twice before the break to turn the tide and maintain his extraordinary record of Liverpool never losing a Premier League home game when he is among the goals, winning 33 and drawing two. Egyptian Salah then scored his fourth goal of the campaign.MOUSSA DJENEPO (Southampton)The young Mali international has quickly settled into the Premier League after a close-season move from Standard Liege. Having opened his account for the Saints against Brighton prior to the international break, the 21-year-old scored the only goal of the game at Sheffield United with a cracking individual goal.PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG (Arsenal)Aubameyang struck twice in quick succession in the first half against Watford to take his season tally to five in as many games. However, the Gabon international’s contribution was not enough for all three points as the Gunners collapsed after the break and had to hang on for a 2-2 draw.SPAINANSU FATI (Barcelona)The teenager from Guinea-Bissau continued the remarkable start to his senior career at Barcelona by scoring inside two minutes on his full debut. Fati went on to assist Frenkie de Jong’s seventh-minute goal as the reigning La Liga champions romped to a 5-2 win over Valencia.ITALYKALIDOU KOULIBALY (Napoli)Senegalese defender Koulibaly put his own-goal howler against Juventus behind him by helping Napoli keep a clean sheet for the first time this season with a 2-0 win over Sampdoria. “We wanted to win without taking goals and to convince on the first try in front of our fans: done,” Koulibaly wrote on Twitter after Napoli had conceded seven goals in their two previous games.KEVIN-PRINCE BOATENG (Fiorentina) Ghanaian Boateng came on as a substitute in place of Franck Ribery against champions Juventus. The 32-year-old had a volley off target but Fiorentina held on for a 0-0 and earned their first point this season.GERVINHO (Parma)The Ivorian missed a chance to equalise as Parma fell 3-1 at home to Cagliari. Gervinho shrugged off defenders after an hour but paid for sloppy finishing as Parma fell to their second loss in three games.GERMANYACHRAF HAKIMI (Borussia Dortmund)The young Moroccan right-back sent a pinpoint cross into Paco Alcacer to create Dortmund’s opener in a 4-0 rout of Bayer Leverkusen. Hakimi has made seven assists since joining Dortmund on loan from Real Madrid at the beginning of last season.AMINE HARIT (Schalke)Hakimi’s fellow Moroccan Harit grabbed a brace in a 5-1 win at Paderborn to take his season tally to five goals. He gratefully picked up assists from Jonjoe Kenny and Ahmed Kutucu as Schalke ran through promoted minnows Paderborn in the second half.SALIF SANE (Schalke)Harit’s teammate Sane also played his part, scoring his side’s first goal as they came from behind to triumph convincingly. The Senegalese defender rose above goalkeeper Jannik Huth to nod in the equaliser on 33 minutes.PIERRE KUNDE (Mainz)The Cameroon international was involved in the opening goal as Mainz grabbed a dramatic 2-1 win over Hertha Berlin to pick up their first points of the season. Kunde whipped in a cross to set up Robin Quaison, but Mainz needed an 89th-minute goal from Jeremiah St. Juste to win.FRANCEVICTOR OSIMHEN (Lille)Nigerian youngster Osimhen scored his fifth Ligue 1 goal of the campaign as last season’s runners-up Lille beat Angers 2-1. The 20-year-old, who previously scored doubles in home wins over Saint-Etienne and Nantes, grabbed his goal courtesy of a dreadful error by Angers goalkeeper Ludovic Butelle.KEITA BALDE (Monaco)Senegal striker Balde came off the bench late on against Marseille and gave Monaco hope of snatching an unlikely point with his first goal of the season. But, having led 2-0 early on, Leonardo Jardim’s men lost 4-3. Balde has returned to Monaco for the current campaign after spending last term on loan at Inter Milan.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more


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first_imgSporting-SportingRiazor32,91217,37052.8% Salamanca-LeioaHelmantic17,341 The spread of the coronavirus has caused all football events in the next two weeks to be played without audiences, affecting a total of 1,493,063 followers in Spain. Moreover, this circumstance and the fact that the safety of players and club workers is not fully guaranteed has led AFE and some teams to claim that they not only play behind closed doors, but also suspend and be postponed to other dates. That is to say, as it has happened in Italy, where Series A will not be played nor a single sporting event until the beginning of April and always depending on the evolution of the disease In addition, there are already many authorized voices of the sport that have claimed that the competition is meaningless if there is no audience behind to accompany the successes of his team. For example, LeBron James has flatly refused to jump to the court without followers or the Celtic has issued an official statement to explain its position: “Football without fans makes no sense and playing behind closed doors is totally inappropriate“But how many people can be affected this weekend by the inability to access the stadiums?First Division: 396,270 fans without footballMore than 80,000 people will remain without going to Santiago Bernabéu. The Camp Nou or the Wanda Metropolitano were not scheduled to host their teams for day 28. The clubs have already announced that they will return the amount of tickets already purchased to their fans. Even so, a total of 396,270 spectators will not go to the stadium this weekend (plus the emptiness of the Eibar-Real Sociedad). However, the fiefs do not usually hang the sign of no bills. If the average number of followers were respected, it would be just over 300,000 who could not cheer on their respective clubs.First Division assistance Seville-Betis28Sánchez Pizjuán43,88336,56483.3% Las Palmas-GironaGran Canaria Stadium32,39211,61435.9% Lift B-LleidaBuñol Sports City3,000 Marbella-Granada BMarbella Municipal9,000 Amorebieta-BurgosUrritxe Municipal Field3,000 Osasuna B-GuijueloTajonar facilities4,500 * Data via Transfermarkt.Second Division: 265,247 fans without footballThe closed door imposed by the Spanish government also affects LaLiga SmartBank. The competition, for the moment, will not stop. At least, that has guaranteed the employer after communicating Thebes to the media that only the normal pace will stop if they indicate this from the Congress of Deputies. With promotions, Playoffs and descents at stake, clubs will have to deal with an unprecedented circumstance years ago: play without their audience. With two days without fans, all teams in the category will see their stadiums bled. This is how this weekend affects:Second Division Assistance Real Madrid-Eibar28Santiago Bernabeu81,04466,87582.5% Granada-Getafe28The Carmenes19,33616,33184.5% Valladolid Promises-Bilbao Athletic Annexes to José Zorrilla750 Total93,721 Villarrobledo-Cádiz BOur Lady of Charity2,000 MatchStadiumCapacityMedium attendanceAverage attendance percentage Atlético Sanluqueño-Real MurciaEl Palmar5,000 Hercules-CornelláRico Perez30,000 Mirandés-NumanciaAnduva5,7593,11454.1% Talavera-AlgecirasThe meadow5,000 Valencia-Levante28Mestalla48,60040,32583% Eibar-Real SociedadPostponedIpurua8,1646,05974.2% MatchStadiumCapacity Ejea-La NucíaNew Municipal Stadium2,900 Royal Society-Osasuna28Reale Arena39,50030,99078.5% San Fernando-CordobaSouth Bay12,000 Cádiz-Rayo VallecanoRamón de Carranza21,09415,84275.1% Arenas Club-UnionistasMunicipal Field of Gobela1,200 * Data via Transfermarkt.Second Division B and Third DivisionThe order of the ministry influences both Second Division B and Third. In categories below the fourth of national football, there is no power and, therefore, it will be the territorial federations that decide how to deal with the situation. In the case of Madrid, The agency has already confirmed that all competitions of the youngest are suspended for the next dates. Thus, at the national level, the suspension of more than 200 matches is guaranteed, sum of the four groups of Second B and 18 of Third. This is how the measures taken next weekend influence:Group I of Second B Llagostera-AndorraLlagostera Municipal1,400 Pontevedra-Celta BPass12,500 Mérida-BadajozRoman Stadium14,600 Sabadell-Barça BNova Creu Alta11,981 Leganés-Valladolid28Bumper12,45410,23182.2% MatchWorking dayStadiumCapacityMedium attendanceAverage attendance percentage Elche-ExtremaduraMartinez Valero33,7329,55828.3% Group III of Second B San Sebastian de los Reyes-MelillaMatapiñonera3,000 MatchStadiumCapacity Ibiza-Oviedo BCan misses4,500 Coruxo-Getafe BCampo do Vao2,200 Calahorra-Real Sociedad BThe Return5,000center_img Malaga-HuescaThe Rose Garden30,04416,25654.1% Rayo Majadahonda-Las RozasCerro del Espino3,376 Badalona-Espanyol BMunicipal of Badalona4,170 Las Palmas B-Marino de LuancoAnnex Gran Canaria Stadium500 Inter de Madrid-Atlético BalearesBoadilla del Monte Municipal Sports Center1,000 Cultural Leonesa-BarakaldoKingdom of León13,451 MatchStadiumCapacity Real Unión-UD LogroñésStadium Gal6,344 Tudelano-IzarraTudela City11,000 Zaragoza-AlcorcónLa Romareda33,06821,91166.3% Fuenlabrada-TenerifeFernando Torres6,0005,09184.8% Total66,886 Total11 games396,270304,10676.74% Sporting B-Athletic BPepe Ortiz Field1,600 Total11 games265,247134,52550.71% Linense-Villarrubia BalompédicaMunicipal of the Line of the Conception20,000 Haro Deportivo-Alavés BMallet4,300 Albacete-AlmeriaCarlos Belmonte17,5248,04345.9% MatchStadiumCapacity Total44,743 Don Benito-YeclanoVicente Sanz5,000 Athletic-Athletic28San Mamés53,28940,98076.9% Espanyol-Alavés28RCDE Stadium40,50023,51358.1% Prat-Valencia MestallaMunicipal Sagnier1,000 Oviedo-PonferradinaCarlos Tartiere30,50013,06742.8% Villarreal B-CastellónVillarreal Sports City5,000 * Data via Transfermarkt.Group IV of Second B Total78,551 Racing-LugoThe Sardinero22,22212,65957% * Data via Transfermarkt.Group II of Second B Mallorca-Barcelona28Are moix20,50014,70671.7% Langreo-Peña DeportivaGanzabal4,024 UCAM Murcia-Sevilla AtléticoThe Condomina6,016 Orihuela-EbroThe arches4,500 Racing de Ferrol-CastillaTo malata12,043 Celtic-Villarreal28Ballads29,00017,53260.5% Cartagena-RecreationalCartagonova15,105 Nastic-OlotNou Estadi14,600 * Data via Transfermarkt. * Data via Transfermarkt.Total Second BA total of 283,901 fans, more in the sum than all of LaLiga SmartBank, will not be able to go this weekend to see their respective teams.Third divisionA total of 547,645 spectators could meet in the Third Division if the matches were played normally. While the stadiums are usually not full or the capacity figures are calculated based on the people who stand in the surrounding area, thousands and thousands of followers may not even go to the facility as a precaution.Group XVIIIAtlético Ibañés-Almansa: 1,500Almagro-Villacañas: 2,000Azuqueca-Ciudad Real: 1,000Conquense-Torrijos: 6,000Illescas-Pedroñeras: 1,000La Solana-Puertollano: 2,000Madridejos-La Roda: 2,000Quintana-Socuéllamos: 2,800Tarancon-Guadalajara: 1,500Toledo-Albacete B: 5,500Total: 25,300 spectators.Group XVIIZaragoza B-Calamocha: 800Cuarte-Villanueva: 2,000Valdefierro-San Juan Zaragoza: 800Borja-Barbastro: 2,000Illueca-Almudévar: 3,500Atlético Monzón-Brea: 5,000Binéfar-Belchite 97: 1,250Tarazona-Fraga: 1,500Teruel-Utebo: 5,000Sariñena-Robres: 4,000Total: 25,850 spectators.Group XVIRiver Ebro-Alfaro: 3,000Atlético Vianés-Arnedo: 500Berceo-Villegas: 2,000Calasancio-UD Logroñés B: 500Casalarreina-Varea: 800Calzada-Calahorra B: 1,500Comillas-Náxara: 3,500Pradejón-Alberite: 1,700Logroñés-Anguiano SD: 3,500Yagüe-Oyonesa: 1,200Total: 30,700 spectators.Group XVBeti Kozkor-Lourdes: 500Beti Onak-Egüés Valley: 2,000Burladés-Pamplona: 4,000Ardoi-Murchante: 1,500Cirbonero-Txantrea: 1,000Corellano-Subiza: 2,500Fontella-San Juan: 1,000Huarte-Peña Sport: 1,500Mutilvera-Cortes: 2,000Peña Azagresa-Baztán: 2,000Total: 18,000 spectators.Group XIVCacereño-Miajadas: 6,000Calamonte-Olivenza: 400Coria-Extremadura B: 6,000Cantos-Trujillo Fountain: 1,500Jerez-Arroyo: 2,500Montijo-Llerenense: 2,000Moralo-Azuaga: 5,000Plasencia-Diocesan: 1,400Racing Valverdeño-Villanovense: 2,000Valdivia-Aceuchal: 4,500Total: 31,300 spectators.Group XIIIEagles-Mar Menor: 4,000Huércal Overa-Los Garres: 2,500Lorca Deportiva-Cartagena B: 8,100Mazarron-Lorca: 3,500Minerva-Sports Mining: 1,000Muleño-Real Murcia B: 2,000Olympic of Totana-Cartagena: 2,500Plus Ultra-El Palmar: 2,000Pulpileño-Churra: 2,000UCAM Murcia B-City of Murcia: 6,500Total: 34,100 spectators.Group XIIBuzanada-San Fernando: 1,000Great Tarajal-Vera: 3,000Lanzarote-Atlético Tacoronte: 7,000Las Palmas C-Atlético Step: 500Marino-Ibarra: 7,500Saint Matthew-Messenger: 3,000Santa Úrsula-Villa of Santa Brígida: 2,000Tenerife B-Tamaraceite: 2,400Tenisca-Union Port: 6,000Union Viera-Atlético Union Güímar: 3,000Total: 35,400 spectators.Group XIEsporles-Mallorca B: 1,000Collerense-Ferriolense: 1,000Alcudia-Andratx: 1,750Portmany-Platges de Calviá: 3,000Poblense-Ibiza Pitiusas Islands: 8,000Constancia-Manacor: 10,000Felanitx-Binissalem: 2,000Formentera-Santa Catalina Atlético: 2,500Llosetense-Ibiza Sant Rafel: 2,000Santanyi-Soller: 4,000Total: 35,250 spectators.Group XCeuta-Seville C: 6,500Conil-Arcos: 3,500Cordoba B-Coria: 5,000Lebrijana-Xerez DFC: 1,000Los Barrios-Écija: 1,500Real Betis B-City of Lucena: 1,300Salerm Puente Genil-Gerena: 2,000San Roque de Lepe-Pozoblanco: 2,500Utrera-Rota: 3,000Xerez CD-Antoniano: 20,523Total: 46,823 spectators.Group IXAlhaurin-Real Jaén: 2,500Atlético Porcuna-Loja: 1,200Torreperogil-El Palo: 1,500CP Almeria-Maracena: 1,600El Ejido-Antequera: 7,870Huétor Tájar-Almería B: 520Atlético Malagueño-Motril: 1,300Mancha Real-Melilla CD: 1,500Torredonjimeno-Linares: 4,500Vélez-Huétor Vega: 3,000Total: 25,490 spectators.Group VIIIArandina-Gymnastic Segoviana: 6,000Atlético Tordesillas-Almazán: 3,500Bembibre-Burgos Promises: 2,750Bupolsa-Atlético Astorga: 2,000Cristo Atlético-Real Burgos: 8,100The Bañeza-Cultural Leonesa B: 3,000La Granja-Real Ávila: 2,000The Virgin-Numancia B: 1,500Mirandés B-Zamora: 6,900Santa Marta Tormes-Becerril: 1,500Total: 37,250 spectators.Group VIIAlcobendas-Rayo Vallecano B: 1,500Carabanchel-Villaverde San Andres: 2,000Flat Earth-Navalcarnero: 1,000Leganés B-Alcalá: 1,750Moratalaz-San Fernando: 1,500Móstoles-Alcorcón B: 14,000Parla-Atlético de Pinto: 2,500Pozuelo-The Alamo: 2,000Santa Ana-Trival Valderas: 2,000Unión Adarve-AD Torrejón: 1,000Total: 29,250 spectators.Group VIAlcoyano-Hercules B: 4,850Alzira-Jove: 5,000Atlético Saguntino-Acero: 200Atzeneta-Novelda: 1,500Beniganim-Villarreal C: 1,000Elche Ilicitano B-Crevillente: 1,500Intercity-Olímpic Xátiva: 2,000Colón-Vilamarxant spare parts: 1,000La Roda-Paterna: 2,000Eldense chair: 3,000Total: 22,050 spectators.Group VCE Europa-Horta: 4,000Manresa-Igualada: 3,660Granollers-UE Sants: 2,500L’Hospitalet-Pobra Mafumet: 6.740San Cristóbal CP-Peralada: 1,800Vilassar de Mar-Cerdanyola: 4,000Banyoles-Castelldefels: 4,000Figueres-Vilafranca: 9,472Terrassa-Santfeliuenc: 11,500Total: 47,672 spectators.Group IVAriznabarra-Sodupe: 500Balsameda-Beasain: 2,000Durango-CD Vitoria: 3,000Gernika-Somorrostro: 3,000Lagun Onak-Portugalete: 2,500San Ignacio-Deusto: 2,000Santurtzi-Pasaia: 1,469Sestao River-Real Sociedad C: 4,367Tolosa-Santutxu: 3,000Urduliz-Basconia: 2,000Total: 23,836 spectators.Group IIIBarreda-Cayón: 5,100Bezana-Cartes: 3,000Escobedo-Sámano: 2,000Gymnastic Torrelavega-Textile Shield: 6,800Guarnizo-Racing B: 3,000Laredo-Tropezón: 3,000Selaya-Atlético Albericia: 2,000Seven Villas-Ribamontan al Mar: 595Torina-Barquereño: 3,000Vimenor-Medio Cudeyo: 2,000Total: 30,495 spectators.Group IISport Flow-El San Martín: 2,940Club Siero-Mosconia: 5,000Colunga-Tuilla: 2,000Condal-Lenense: 2,000Covadonga-SD Navarro: 500Gijón Industrial-Praviano: 2,500L’Entregu-Vallobin: 1,200Llanera-Loyalty: 1,000Llanes-Ceares: 1,500Real Aviles-Urraca: 5,400Total: 24,040 spectators.Group IArzúa-Choco: 500Arosa-Somozas: 5,000As Pontes-Larks: 4,000Estradense-Compostela: 680Paiosaco-Pontellas: 500Polvorín-Bergantiños: 2,500Fast Bouzas-Deportivo Fabril: 2,500Villalbés-Ourense: 2,500Silva-Arenteiro: 1,000UD Ourense-Boat: 5,659Total: 24,839 spectators.last_img read more


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first_imgLocal-based players can expect an opportunity to play when the Reggae Boyz take on world number-three ranked Chile in a football friendly international in Santiago this Friday. The Boyz leave the island today with six local-based players making up the squad which will compete in the Copa Centenario, which runs from June 2-26 in the United States. Jamaica team manager, Roy Simpson, told The Gleaner that in discussions with head coach Winfried Sch‰fer, the emphasis has been on exposing local players and looking at other options. “The Chile game is to look at the local players and areas that need addressing. Chile is a good team, but on any given day, Jamaica can beat Chile. The coaching staff is hoping for the best result, but we have to be practical. They are better than us, but we want to get the specific objectives and roles the coach has for the players. Once those objectives are met, we should be good going into the Copa Centenario,” he explained. Simpson added that the local selection has been settling in nicely and expects a good account from those who will be given the opportunity. “The local players we have selected, we try to be consistent. There is Ottey (Allan), who we believe it’s the time for him to show what he’s about. Vanzie (Andrew) is a midfielder, and a youngster getting an opportunity like that he hopes he will stand up. Michael Binns is at an age where he should be on par with the pros; Rosario Harriott, with his height and pace, can be a regular international. “But the harder they work, the more opportunity they’ll get, and we are confident this bunch will give a good account of themselves,” he said. Portmore’s Damano Solomon completes the list of local players. OVERSEAS PLAYERS The overseas-based players are Garath McCleary, captain Rodolph Austin, Andre Blake (GK), Ryan Thompson (GK), Michael Hector, Wes Morgan, Dever Orgill, Clayton Donaldson, Giles Barnes, Jobi McAnuff, Duwayne Kerr, Je-Vaughn Watson, Lee Williamson, Simon Dawkins, Adrian Mariappa, Kemar Lawrence and Jermaine Taylor. Meanwhile, Austin and Blake will join the team after the Chile game at the team’s training camp in Florida, while Morgan will join up for the first game in Chicago. “We are ready to have another good summer,” Simpson said, reflecting on last year when the team played creditably in the Copa America (as a guest team) and followed up with a historic runner-up finish at the CONCACAF Gold Cup in the United States.last_img read more