fifteenTenerifefifteen-3 10Mirandés13.46 twoAlmeria35.2one 6Elche13.68 19Albacetefifteen-6 twentyEstremadura10two 3Saragossa273 4Huesca33.1one The Cádiz season already amazes few. The yellows have led the classification for 23 of the 27 days and the remaining four were seconds. In the last games they have recovered their best game and the results have begun to arrive, which it has led them to regain some advantage over their pursuers. twenty-oneLugo13.6-6 The Almeria (€ 35.2M), second classified, has a market estimate higher than that of Cádiz. Moreover, of the four teams that occupy promotion playoff positions, only Elche has a lower value (€ 13.8M). Zaragoza (€ 27M), Huesca (€ 33.1M) and Girona (€ 42.6M) outperform the whole of Cervera.Looking at the rest of the classification, Fuenlabrada (€ 10.4M) is the team that would be in a better position with respect to its market value. The locals are seventh, 13 places above their market position. On the contrary, Deportivo (€ 35M) is the team that is finishing the worst season with respect to its market estimate. Galicians are ten places below their real position 12Las Palmas26.3-5 13Alcorcón11.46 Classification elevenLightning38.2-9 22Racing11.7-5 17Malaga19.8-7 Market StallEquipmentMarket value (€ M)V.M. difference 9Ponferradina10.412 16Sporting21.1-7 14Sports35-10 18Oviedo15.8-7 5Girona42.6-4 The Cervera team has ‘badly used’ fans, so to speak, based on victories. However, the Silver Cup team is improving their numbers with respect to their real market value. According to data from the Transfermarkt portal, Cádiz is the eighth second most ‘valuable’ team with 23.2 million euros. Therefore he marches seven places above his ‘logical position’.This season there are several players who have revalued. Álex Fernández, with 3.5 million euros, he is the most ‘valuable’ player of the club according to the portal, with a rise of two million euros this season. Fali, Espino, Salvi, Iza, Perea and Sergio González have increased their value for Transfermarkt, while Jury, (injured much of the season); and Bodiger (started being a starter but was losing bellows in the onces), have lost value with respect to the start of the campaign. 8Numancia11.610 oneCádiz23.27 7Fuenlabrada10.413
But, he has a do-or-die clash against USM Alger in the CAF Confederations Cup on August 29 to look out for.A loss to Rwanda’s rayon Sport on Sunday night put the record 16-time Kenyan Premier League champions in a precarious situation as far as their continental ambitions are concerned and the now have to go to North Africa and pull out a win beyond all costs.“It is tough for us and the FKF and KPL should have helped us by shelving some of these fixtures, but they refused. What can we do? We have two crucial games, very tough games and one is against our big rivals and then we have to look at USM which is a must win game. We have to make tough decisions,” the tactician said.Kerr has either to rest some of his key players for one of the two league matches or both and preserve them for USM Alger. But, the game against AFC on Saturday is not just your ordinary match. It is the battle for bragging rights.The Gor Mahia that started their CAF Confederations Cup match against Rayon Sport at the Kasarani Stadium on August 19, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“We will look at who is fresh and who is ready for that game but to be honest, our focus is on the USM match,” the tactician noted.Gor would have wrapped up a spot in the quarter finals had they even drawn against Rayon in Nairobi, but they couldn’t get a way past the Rwandese.“We prepared well, we worked hard and the atmosphere in training was great but it just didn’t happen. Credit to Rayon, they came here to win and basically made us work hard. We didn’t click. In the first half we conceded an early goal which is unlike us and we gave the ball away too many times,” the tactician said.“No excuses, it just wasn’t our day. It just didn’t work for us,” a dejected Kerr further noted.He said that their tough run of citures hasn’t given them time to prepare well as most of the sessions have just been more of recovery than working on tactical preparation for the next game.His sentiments were shared by skipper Harun Shakava who said the players are suffering from fatigue while most of them are playing beyond the pain barrier carrying injuries.Gor Mahia striker Francis Mustafa vies for the ball against Rayon Sport’s Abdul Rwatubyaye in a CAF Confederations Cup match at the Kasarani Stadium on August 19, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu‘It is very tough because we are genuinely tired. Travelling, playing, recovering… it takes a toll on players. We have players who are playing with injuries and it is hard to demand 100 percent from them. We asked the federation and KPL to postpone some of our games but they refused,” the defender noted.He added; “We are out here representing Kenya and it is not good to see that we don’t get enough support. But we will fight on, all is not lost,” Shakava opined.The team is still optimistic they will pull off the success of going into the Confederations Cup quarter finals, despite needing all points away to USM.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr reacts during their CAF Confederations Cup match against Rayon Sport at the Kasarani Stadium on August 19, 2018. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluNAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 21 – Gor Mahia head coach Dylan kerr is faced with a huge headache ahead of him with a possibly fate defining next two weeks in wait.The British tactician could wrap up a second league title since joining Gor over the next two matches; Sofapaka on Wednesday in Narok and arch rivals AFC Leopards on Saturday at the Kasarani Stadium.
The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes Conte was reportedly sacked by Chelsea on Thursday The Italian’s departure will pave the way for Sarri to be appointed Chelsea’s new coach, with talks between the Blues and Napoli for the transfer of the Serie A club’s former manager said to be finalised.Despite chasing Sarri for the entire summer, and Conte’s sacking being the worst kept secret in recent footballing memory, Chelsea still had their currently boss take training for the first week of pre-season.Conte has been at work over the past week, coaching star players such as Cesc Fabregas, Marcos Alonso and Alvaro Morata, who all returned to Cobham at the earliest date having not featured at the World Cup. Sarri is expected to be confirmed as Chelsea’s next manager silverware gameday cracker Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update latest revealed 2 How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? What every Premier League club’s fans dream of this Christmas Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT predicted How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings BIG PRESENTS UP TOP 2 Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade How Liverpool could line up at Leicester with midfielder set for lengthy absence The belief is that Conte had to come to work despite knowing he would lose his job to ensure he was not in breach of his contract, meaning he will entitled to a pay-off reportedly worth around £9million.And Bosnich believes Chelsea and Conte need to stop playing ‘chicken’ so they can get his sacking wrapped up cleanly and quickly for the good of both parties.“This is down to the finer details in his contract about getting paid off,” Bosnich told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“There’s probably a bit of a game of chicken – sort of, who’s going to blink first.“It’s going to be strange for the players, because you’ve got your manager who’s turned up on the first day of pre-season, and then maybe a week later there’s somebody else coming in.“But it’s inevitable that Sarri will come in. NEW ERA ALTERED “But all this other haggling… they’ve just got to try and sort it out as quietly and quickly and cleanly as they possibly can – for both parties really.“It’s not good for the club going forward, but it’s also not good for Conte because future employers will look at that and say: ‘is he going to do that if anything goes pair shaped for us?’“So for both sides’ sake it’s important they sit down and thrash this out and get a compromise and as fair a deal as possible.” smart causal predicted Most read in Premier League England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won Former Chelsea goalkeeper Mark Bosnich has compared the Blues’ standoff with manager Antonio Conte to ‘a game of chicken’, also revealing it is ‘inevitable’ Maurizio Sarri will be named the Stamford Bridge club’s new boss.Conte was reportedly sacked by Chelsea on Thursday, though there has been no comment or official statement from the west Londoners regarding their managerial situation.