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Murder suspect nabbed

first_imgGolez was caught on the strength of anarrest warrant around 5 a.m. on March 5, a police report showed. The suspect was detained in the lockupcell of the Talisay City police station. Police identified him as 25-year-oldresident Roberto Golez. BACOLOD City – Charged with frustratedmurder, a man was arrested in Barangay Guimbala-on, Silay City, NegrosOccidental. The court recommended a P200,000 bailbond for his temporary liberty./PNlast_img

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Klinsmann: Pochettino needs time

first_img “And I am not just talking about me, I am speaking on behalf of all the players. “I think it might be better to play away from home at the moment because at least we know beforehand we are guaranteed to be booed because they want their home club to win. “But when you are playing at home and your own fans start booing you after a few minutes then it is harder.” Tottenham were booed off the pitch on Sunday after they slumped to a 2-1 defeat to Stoke – their fourth loss in five Barclays Premier League games at home this season. The latest defeat saw Pochettino’s men drop to 12th in the Premier League table but Klinsmann, who scored 38 goals in 65 appearances during two successful stints at the club, believes the Argentinian will be a success in north London provided he is given time to get things right. “I wish Mauricio only the best,” Klinsmann told national newspapers. “He’s a tremendous, talented coach. He’s shown that already. He’s got a smart brain. “In order for Mauricio to put his stamp on Spurs he needs time. He also needs a couple of transfer windows to build the team he has in mind, to put the puzzle together that he envisions. “Unfortunately, professional football is driven by short-term results and high media expectations and high fan expectations and that often drives clubs to make very quick decisions because they’ve lost five games in a row.” Meanwhile, Emmanuel Adebayor thinks Tottenham players are paralysed by fear at White Hart Lane and would rather play away due to the negative atmosphere generated by the club’s supporters. The Togo striker, speaking after Sunday’s defeat to Mark Hughes’ side, said the players were afraid to receive the ball during the contest. “Will it help playing away from home? To be honest, I think so,” Adebayor said. “At least you know ‘I am going to be having the majority of opposition fans booing me rather than our own fans booing me’. Jurgen Klinsmann has urged Tottenham to give Mauricio Pochettino time to bring the glory days back to White Hart Lane. Press Associationlast_img read more

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No. 2 Syracuse’s overlooked defense carries Orange into matchup with No. 3 Florida

first_imgSelena Lasota ran up field with the ball following a Syracuse foul on Sunday. The Orange jumped out to a three-goal lead in the first three minutes, and the leading goal scorer for then-No. 5 Northwestern was trying to sneak in a rapid counter-attack score. She seemed to have a wide-open path to the goal, but then the green turn was filled with white jerseys and grey sticks.The suddenly flustered Wildcat tried to lob a pass toward a teammate up ahead, but she overthrew her badly and the ball rolled out of bounds. And just like that, the Orange regained possession.“I think they’re a very physical team and they definitely work on being aggressive in the style of defense they play,” Kelly Amonte Hiller, Northwestern’s head coach, said after SU beat her team 16-12.With All-Americans and Tewaaraton award watch lists members Kayla Treanor and Halle Majorana, it’s easy to focus on Syracuse’s potent offense. But defense has arguably been the No. 2 Orange’s (5-0) backbone this year, and it will again be key against No. 3 Florida’s (4-0) high-powered offense at noon in the Carrier Dome on Tuesday. The Gators have scored 14.75 goals per game, which ranks 12th in the nation heading into the matchup.The Orange plays a zone defense predicated on pressuring its opponent’s attack. If there’s not a clear opportunity, the defenders don’t always risk their position to try and intercept the ball. The unit just wants to make sure the other team always know that it’s there.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We want to put a lot of pressure on the offense, kind of chaos is all we want,” redshirt senior defender Mallory Vehar said, “we don’t want people to get comfortable.”On Feb. 21, Syracuse played two games in one day against Wagner at noon and Marist at night. The starting defensive line only played the first half of each game. Wagner only scored two goals in the half. Marist tallied just one.Syracuse returned its entire starting defensive group form last year, with no player younger than a junior as part of that group.“We’re not starting from scratch,” SU head coach Gary Gait said. “We’re just elevating their knowledge and understanding of what we’re trying to get done.”Gait and several Orange players also credited new goalie Allie Murray for its goals against average of 6.8, which is currently the 14th best mark in the country. Murray’s play as a goalie mirrors that of the defenders. She often steps well out of the goal circle in order to fight for ground balls or to take away shooting angles away from players. Gait said the Notre Dame transfer’s style of play is exactly the kind of approach he wants from a goalie anchoring this defense.The same physicality also earned Syracuse a whopping 53 fouls against Northwestern. A week earlier, when the Orange faced Marist, SU was called for 39 fouls while the Red Foxes were called for just eight.But Syracuse is unapologetic about its physicality. After the Marist game, Majorana and Treanor started laughing when they saw the discrepancy in foul calls. After the Northwestern game, Gait said that it didn’t matter that his team was called for so many fouls, that it was just the flow of the game. Junior defender Haley McDonnell even thinks that it’s a key part of the unit’s success.And against a strong offensive team like the Gators, the Orange is confident it will be able to make the Florida attacks uncomfortable.“We don’t have any elaborate plans,” McDonnell said. “We stick to what we know and we’re good at that.” Comments Published on February 29, 2016 at 8:00 pm Contact Tomer: tdlanger@syr.edu | @tomer_langer Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Brust stepping up for Badgers

first_imgWhen Josh Gasser went down with his season-ending ACL injury this year, Badger fans contemplated what player would step up for a team then-devoid of starting experience in the backcourt.Names like redshirt freshman George Marshall and sophomore Traevon Jackson were thrown around as the next man up to become that solid glue-guard that Wisconsin so desperately needed.But, after eight games, the one name that was seemingly passed over by the perceiving eyes of fans and the media alike has been the unexpected constant in Gasser’s absence.Who is he? Here’s a hint. He’s shooting threes from somewhere by the Nitty Gritty and outhustling opponents on the boards, even though he’s just 6-foot-1.Yes, Ben Brust, the junior guard out of Hawthorn Woods, Ill., has become the steadiest producer at guard for the Wisconsin Badgers in this young season.“The guy works hard,” assistant coach Lamont Paris said. “I’m not surprised he’s had success. … He provides a spark for us, he’s very fast and creates a shot for himself and others.”While Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan tries to decide who to start at the point guard spot, Brust has remained the constant at the No. 2 spot in the starting lineup.Long known throughout the conference as a lethal threat from long range – Brust has tied the school record of seven three-pointers in a single game twice in his career at UW – the guard has found a new niche in his play this year that has fans and players alike raving, hustle.There’s always been at least one kind of “blue collar” kind of guy on a Ryan-coached team at Wisconsin. For a long time, it was always senior forward Mike Bruesewitz the media couldn’t get enough of, as stories and media personalities alike voiced repetitively how the red mop-top player was representative of Ryan’s program with his scrappy play.Now, it’s a different tune they sing. There was a moment in Sunday’s game against California where Brust went up for a tough lay-up between two defenders and barely missed the shot.As a Cal player coasted down the court in transition, Brust turned on the motor and stealthily poked the ball away, as the turnover resulted in an easy transitional layup for Wisconsin.It’s plays like those that have defined the season for Brust so far. The hustle aspect of his game has helped the junior lead the conference in rebounds per game at one point – he’s currently ranked third with 7.5 a game.“When that ball goes up he goes, I mean he just goes,” California head coach Mike Montgomery said Sunday following his team’s loss. “He just runs full tilt boogey and gets the ball.”It’s a similar sentiment another head coach that faced Wisconsin this season had regarding Brust.“What he really surprised me with was his offensive rebounding. He goes so hard and crashes the offensive glass,” said Cornell head coach Bill Courtney following his team’s 73-40 loss at the Kohl Center Nov. 18. “If you have a small guard on him, he does a great job of getting in there and getting to the glass. I think that was the most surprising thing from Ben.”There was a stretch at one point this season where Brust recorded three double-doubles in points and rebounds in four games this season that prompted Bo Ryan to simply reply “What the (heck) is going on”? at a press conference.Brust currently leads the team with four double-doubles on the season with his last coming against Nebraska-Omaha on Tuesday in a 15 point, 10 rebound performance.With Jackson and Marshall both showing signs of growing pains in their transition to bigger minutes in their first season as legitimate contributors to Ryan’s squad, Brust will have to continue his solid style of play in his all-around game to buoy the Badgers offense until the younger players find their own.Brust will have to focus on staying consistent this season if the Badgers hope to continue their winning ways. The more talented teams of the Big Ten will chase Brust around the arc, trying their best to force him to shoot off the dribble rather than the catch.And don’t expect Brust to have double-doubles all season. The teams he’s recorded them against so far are less than stellar – Southeastern Louisiana, Cornell, Presbyterian and Nebraska-Omaha – but the new aspect of the player has been inspiring to say the least.“Ben’s been huge,” senior forward Ryan Evans said. “We’ve needed him to come through and knock down some shots for us and he’s done that. That’s something that will need to carry on to the Big Ten season for us to be successful.”last_img read more

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UW Athletics: A look at successful fall 2019 in UW Athletics

first_imgThe University of Wisconsin had one of the most impressive athletic semesters in school history in fall 2019. Behind strong performances in sports ranging from football to volleyball, the Badgers impressed on the field, court, ice, mat and track. Let’s take a look at the semester that was in UW sports, starting with the teams whose seasons are over.Men’s Cross Country:The men’s cross country season was up to expectations entering the season. With the team coming off a top 10 finish in the NCAA Championships last season, they were expected to repeat with a similar performance this season.The team did lose several seniors from last season, but the team fought through adversity and finished near the top of each tournament they participated in. They then moved on to take first place at the Big Ten Championships before finishing 18th nationally at the NCAA Championships.Behind seniors Oliver Hoare and Olin Hacker, the team met expectations from the moment the season started back in September.Women’s Cross Country:Like the men’s team, the women’s cross country squad performed well on the big stage in November.Led by seniors Alicia Monson, Amy Davis and Alissa Niggemann, the Badgers finished in seventh place at the NCAA Championships. Monson finished second overall, UW’s highest individual finisher since 2014.The Badgers also had two sophomores and two freshmen run at the tournament, so expect a young core to take over for the senior trio next season.Cross Country: Badgers strive to build upon success this fallThe men’s team had an extremely successful season on the track, capturing both the Big Ten team and individual titles. Read…Men’s Soccer:Unlike many of the other fall sports that Wisconsin participates in, the men’s soccer team underperformed mightily in 2019.Despite finishing with a 6-2 record in Big Ten play and a win in the Big Ten Tournament last season, the team didn’t record a victory against Big Ten competition until their last game of the regular season.With several seniors departing after this season, don’t be surprised if Wisconsin struggles again next year before taking a step forward in 2021.Men’s Soccer: Wisconsin falls to Penn State in Big Ten TournamentThe University of Wisconsin’s men’s soccer team, needing a miracle run through the Big Ten in order to reach the Read…Women’s Soccer:The women’s soccer team made the NCAA Tournament for the fourth straight year, marking the first such streak in school history. Led by senior Dani Rhodes and goalie Jordyn Bloomer, the team made it all the way to the Sweet 16 in the tournament.Ranked in the top 10 at season’s end, the Badgers impressed en route to a Big Ten Championship.Expect some regression with the loss of key seniors like Rhodes, but Wisconsin should return to the NCAA Tournament again next year.Women’s Soccer: How Badgers became dependent on Dani RhodesStar forward Dani Rhodes made her mark in Madison the moment she stepped onto the field as a freshman. The Read…Men’s Basketball:While the men’s basketball season has only endured a month’s worth of games thus far, it’s clear that this Wisconsin team is one of the weakest in several years.Standing at just 5-4 on the season, the team has struggled offensively despite carrying a roster loaded with players who are capable of shooting, including juniors D’Mitrik Trice and Brad Davison.Wisconsin will need to figure out their shooting struggles and turnover troubles as they get deeper in their schedule, when they’ll be faced with top Big Ten teams like The Ohio State University, Michigan State, Maryland and Michigan.Men’s Basketball: Wisconsin bounces back, rolls over Indiana in dominant winWhile all of Madison was focused on the Big Ten’s football championship in Indianapolis on Saturday, the University of Wisconsin Read…Women’s Basketball:The women’s basketball team has performed to expectations through just over a month of their schedule, standing at 5-3 as of Dec. 7.Led by sophomore Imani Lewis, the team has yet to lose a home game and even came within four points of winning against ranked Arkansas. Lewis is leading the team with 13.6 points per game and 7.5 rebounds per game.If Wisconsin is able to keep playing up to par with their opponents, they may finally earn an appearance in the NCAA Tournament, an achievement they haven’t attained since the 2009-10 season.Women’s Basketball: Badgers primed for breakout seasonAfter taking over during 2016-2017, University of Wisconsin-Madison women’s basketball Head Coach Jonathan Tsipis had a lot of work on Read…Men’s Hockey:In previous years, the men’s hockey team has underperformed greatly, failing to reach the NCAA Tournament since the 2013-2014 season.This season, however, it looks like Wisconsin may make a return. Despite having a losing record to this point, the Badgers have held their own against an extremely tough schedule, featuring several top 10 opponents.Led by freshman phenom Cole Caufield, the Badgers will look to turn their record around in Big Ten play in order to remain in position for a tournament appearance.Men’s Hockey: Inconsistencies continue to plague Wisconsin against MinnesotaThe No. 19 University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team (6-7-1, 1-4-1-1 Big Ten) struggled immensely against the University of Minnesota Read…Women’s Hockey:Women’s hockey has gone just as anyone would have expected considering their dominance over the last two decades, specifically under Head Coach Mark Johnson.Coming off an NCAA Championship season last year, the No. 1 Badgers have gone 18-1-1 through a little over two months of play, with their lone loss coming to No. 2 Minnesota.Led by the trio of Abby Roque, Sophie Shirley and Daryl Watts, the Badgers are again performing at a high level as they gear up for another NCAA Tournament run.Women’s Hockey: Wisconsin extends win streak to four games with victories over St. Cloud StateThe No. 2 University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team (14-1-1, 8-1-1 WCHA) traveled to St. Cloud to take on their Read…Football:The football team has had what can be described as a rollercoaster season, but it’s safe to say it has been successful considering last season’s struggles.Despite losing to Illinois and OSU in October, the team finished the regular season at 10-2, including wins late in the season to ranked teams in Iowa and Minnesota to win the Big Ten West.Following another loss to OSU over the weekend in the Big Ten Championship, the Badgers will be heading to Pasadena for the Rose Bowl, where they’ll be matched up with the Oregon Ducks, the 2019 Pac-12 Champion.Football: Wisconsin’s Rose Bowl projections in ruthless Big Ten landscapeThe Wisconsin Badgers pulled off the feat of capturing the Big Ten West title despite the fact that both Iowa Read…Volleyball:The UW volleyball team turned their season around in a major way following a 4-4 start. While Wisconsin struggled early in the season to win against high-quality opponents, they flipped the trend during Big Ten play.Volleyball: Badgers continue reign atop Big Ten with pair of sweepsThe Wisconsin volleyball team (21-5, 17-1 Big Ten) concluded their regular season home matches with sweeps of the Iowa Hawkeyes Read…Finishing with an 18-2 record in Big Ten play, the Badgers earned the No. 4 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament, hosting several games in their corner of the bracket.Led by two-time All American Dana Rettke and a supporting cast that improved with age, Wisconsin had one of their most impressive regular seasons to date, and they’ll look to continue that performance through the NCAA Tournament.last_img read more

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Region mourns death of international umpire Clyde Cumberbatch

first_imgCricket West Indies, has led tributes to late former international umpire Clyde Cumberbatch, following his passing in his native Trinidad & Tobago on Saturday.The 81-year-old stood in 12 Tests in a 14-year career between 1981 and 1995, and also officiated in 26 One-Day Internationals.“CWI and Windies fans have lost a truly knowledgeable gentleman, who stood out among the crowd, not only for his knowledge but his stature and personality,” a CWI statement said Sunday.“He has certainly left a lasting legacy throughout the region with the knowledge and support he has given to cricket officials and players alike.”Following his retirement, Cumberbatch served 12 years as chairman of the West Indies Umpires Training and Examination Committee, before stepping down earlier this year.He was subsequently honoured with an Honourary Life Membership on the committee.Fellow Trinidadian and international umpire, Peter Nero, said Cumberbatch had been a friend and mentor.“If I’m travelling to go anywhere, he would call me to wish me well and tell me to keep focused,” Nero, who replaced Cumberbatch as head of the West Indies Umpires Training and Examination Committee, told the Trinidad NewsDay newspaper“If I stood in a match and perhaps he saw that I made an error, he would call and say ‘don’t bother with that, everybody makes mistakes, you’re still a good umpire.’”Azim Bassarath, president of the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board, said Cumberbatch had played a critical role in the development of officiating in the region.“He has been an integral part in the training of all our regional umpires and Mr Cumberbatch did play his part in the development of umpiring in Trinidad and Tobago,” Bassarath said.“He was an outstanding regional umpire and when you speak to any umpires now, they will say they gained a lot of knowledge and experience from associating with Mr Cumberbatch.”Cumberbatch fell ill at home and passed away at hospital after failing to recover.last_img read more

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Giannis named NBA defensive player of the year

first_imgThe Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo has been named the 2019-20 Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year, the NBA announced today. This marks the first NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award for Antetokounmpo, who finished in second place last season.Antetokounmpo, the 2018-19 Kia NBA Most Valuable Player, becomes the fifth player selected as both the NBA MVP and the NBA Defensive Player of the Year in a career, joining Michael Jordan, Hakeem Olajuwon, David Robinson and Kevin Garnett.The 6-11 Greek forward also joins Sidney Moncrief as the only players to win the Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award with the Bucks.Moncrief played for Milwaukee when he earned the honor in both the 1982-83 and 1983-84 seasons, the first two seasons that the award was presented.Antetokounmpo received 75 first-place votes from a global panel of 100 sportswriters and broadcasters and earned 432 total points. Los Angeles Lakers forward Anthony Davis (200 points; 14 first-place votes) and Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert (187 points; six first-place votes) finished in second and third place, respectively.Gobert was honored as the Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year in each of the previous two seasons.Players were awarded five points for each first-place vote, three points for each second-place vote and one point for each third-place vote.The voting was conducted based on regular-season games played through March 11. The seeding games, which were played July 30 – Aug. 14 as part of the 2019-20 season restart, did not count toward voting for the Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award or the league’s other traditional end-of-season awards. In games played through March 11, Antetokounmpo led the Bucks to the NBA’s best defensive rating as they allowed 101.6 points per 100 possessions. With Antetokounmpo on the court, Milwaukee allowed only 96.5 points per 100 possessions, the lowest defensive rating among the more than 300 players who averaged at least 15.0 minutes per game.From the beginning of the season through March 11, Milwaukee’s opponents shot an NBA-low 41.3 percent from the field. Antetokounmpo held his matchups to 36.5 percent shooting from the field, the lowest percentage among the more than 250 players who faced at least 300 shots.Antetokounmpo averaged an NBA-high 11.5 defensive rebounds in games played through March 11, highlighted by nine games with at least 15 defensive rebounds. He also averaged 1.04 steals and 1.02 blocked shots, making him one of six players to average one or more in both categories.In addition to being named the Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year, Antetokounmpo is a finalist for the 2019-20 Kia NBA Most Valuable Award after averaging 29.6 points, 13.7 rebounds and 5.8 assists in games played through March 11 while helping Milwaukee post an NBA-best 53-12 record during that period. TNT will announce the winner of the Kia NBA MVP Award during its coverage of the 2020 NBA Playoffs.The voting results for the 2019-20 Kia NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award are below. The balloting was tabulated by the independent accounting firm of Ernst & Young LLP. Complete ballots for each voter will be posted at pr.nba.com after the announcement of all end-of-season awards. Source: NBA.comlast_img read more

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Wellington Fire/EMS incident report: Aug. 19-21, 2013

first_imgWellington Fire/EMS incident report for Aug. 19-21, 2013:8/19   12:17 PM   Medical emergency              Kansas Turnpike8/19   3:17 PM     Medical emergency               500 block E. 16th8/20   1:29 PM     Medical emergency               400 block South C8/20   3:43 PM     Foot trapped in hole              800 block E. US 1608/20   4:04 PM     Medical emergency               200 S. Ohio Oxford8/21   6:18 AM     Medical trauma                     800 block N. Tyler8/21   7:27 AM     Lift assist                                  2300 block North A8/21   8:32 AM     Medical emergency              700 block E. 4th8/21   10:37 AM   Medical emergency              700 block S. Cherry8/21   11:35 AM   Medical emergency              400 block E. Walnut8/21   5:08 PM     Alarm activation                     900 block E. 12th Street South8/21   9:43 PM     Medical emergency               1800 block E. 16th Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

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After spat, Pennsylvania school honors Andre Reed

first_imgHall of Fame inductee Andre Reed poses with his bust during the 2014 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony at the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak, File)ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania school district is going ahead with plans to name its football field for Hall of Famer Andre Reed.The school board in Reed’s hometown approved the honor Tuesday after addressing concerns about a profanity-laced Facebook message the ex-wide receiver sent to an alum who criticized the plan.The board met for a special session after tabling a vote last Thursday. The delay put a Nov. 1 naming ceremony at Allentown’s J. Birney Crum Stadium in jeopardy.Reed had planned to visit schools and tailgate with fans before his alma mater Dieruff High School played rival William Allen.An Allentown park and part of a street are also being renamed in honor of the longtime Buffalo Bills player.Reed’s college, Kutztown University, recently named its stadium after him.last_img read more

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Beautiful returns between doubts where he gave his best performance

first_imgAn Atlético who lost Godín and Lucas Hernández. A position, the last one, that seemed to fit Beautiful like a glove. Central left, the only natural of the template, could also play on the left-handed side, where there was only another new one, Lodi. His clean ball exit, long, short, the best of the four centralsIt seemed that he would open the doors on the board of a Cholo who was looking to play with a better foot. Seven months and ten days later, however, at Atlético It is not indisputable and they only did, in fact, the injuries of Giménez and Savic. From fixed to play 43% of minutesBeautiful’s best moment in Atlético was between October and November. He entered the eleven Cholo to form with Felipe a real couple but not only because of the combination of their names but also because of their solidity together. The Madrid had just gone through another hard time like rojiblanco: stay in the stands before two of his ex, Madrid and Valladolid. Seven months and ten days later the third most expensive signing of the summer (behind João, 127 million, and Llorente, 40) Still not finding your site. Something that hides him to be the tenth most used soccer player by Cholo, the second central (1,431 ‘ahead of 1,372’ of Savic and 1,283 ‘of Giménez), but with an asterisk: in 2020, Savic already recovered and ready, Hermoso has barely played 120’ against Cultural and 90 ‘against Granada. 210 ‘of 930’ possible. And that’s it.RODOLFO MOLINA & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Beautiful, in Espanyol-Atlético last year.ROLLER MOLINA (DAILY AS)center_img Seven months and ten days later Nothing at Atlético looks like what Mario Hermoso left behind at Espanyol. Because Beautiful (Madrid, 1995) where this Sunday returns was a pillar, Fourth most used soccer player by Rubi, 3,106 minutes, 35 games, he only lost nine. Luis Enrique he called for Selection, four matches, Arsenal is interested, Bayern Munich was interested, his phone kept ringing. Among so many girlfriends, Hermoso chose the red and white. In summeror it became the most expensive sale in the history of Espanyol. 25 million, Atletico suitcase.last_img read more

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