Cádiz is seven places above its market value

first_imgfifteenTenerifefifteen-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 7Fuenlabrada10.413last_img read more

ERC treats female senior citizens for holidays

first_imgOn the eve of Christmas, the Ethnic Relations Commission (ERC) paid a visit to the Ivy Hall Memorial Female Senior Citizens Home to spread Christmas cheer by distributing food hampers and personal care products to the residents.Chairperson of Ivy Hall Memorial Female Senior Citizens Home, Niebert Tucker (second left) receives a donation from ERC CommissionersAbout 12 residents benefited from the gesture which saw Commissioners of the ERC along with staff members distributing the packages at the city home.Senior Caregiver, Marva Denney stated that the home has been housing seniors since 1976.Earlier in the week, the ERC made a similar donation to Zabeeda’s Female Home, located at De Kinderen, West Coast Demerara.last_img read more

New car to make 4-peat a challenge

first_img“It’s definitely hard to know who is going to be strong for the first two races of the season. Our team put in enough hours and hopefully, it is going to be rewarded. But we don’t have the safety of mind, to say, `Hey, we’ve got the car that’s won the last three straight championships.’ The series opener is April 8 in Las Vegas. It continues April 15 in Long Beach. Things have not gone spectacularly during testing. In late January at Sebring International Raceway in Florida, it rained half the time. During testing in the middle of February in Houston, it was worse. “It Houston, it rained just horribly throughout the test,” driver Paul Tracy said. The consensus was, out of four days combined at Sebring and Houston, drivers got about 1 1/2 days of dry testing. Not ideal conditions for the testing of a new vehicle. Drivers having difficulty downshifting with the new paddle shifters – located on the backside of the steering wheel – were among the complaints. There appears to be no question that the new vehicle is going to make it more difficult for Bourdais to four-peat. Almost everything on the car, except for the engine, is new. “The most important thing about the new car is it is specifically designed for the kind of races that we’ve got, like Long Beach,” said Kevin Kalkhoven, series co-owner and tri-owner of Team PKV Racing. “And it’s going to be an opportunity for all the teams to start off on the same footing. New addition Bourdais races for the popular Newman/Haas Racing team, which, as of Thursday, became Newman/Haas/Lanigan. It was announced that Mike Lanigan had become partners with actor Paul Newman and Carl Haas, who started Newman/Haas in 1982. Newman, looking good at 82, walked into the media room with a twinkle in his eye. He sat at the dais, then told reporters why he and Haas decided to add Lanigan. What about Rahal? Newman/Haas/Lanigan, it appears, is on the verge of formally announcing that Graham Rahal will be its second driver. Newman seemed perplexed about not being able to confirm that Thursday. “Apparently, lawyers have to eat, too,” Newman said. “As far as I’m concerned, it was a done deal two weeks ago.” Rahal, a senior in high school, is 18. He took second place at the Atlantic Series last year and now has moved up to Champ Car. His father, Bobby Rahal, finished second four times at Long Beach and won several series titles. Cali. in the house Pacific Coast Motorsports of Oxnard is the only Champ Car team from California. It formally competed in Gramd Am but has moved up to Champ Car. The new team unveiled its two cars Thursday and also introduced its first Champ Car drivers in the names of rookies Alex Figge and Ryan Dalziel. Figge, of Colorado, and Dalziel, of Scotland, are former Grand Am and Atlantic Car racers. “To think that we could actually show up here and put a `W’ on the charts would be a pretty impressive thing, I think,” said team director Tyler Tadevic said. “We’re just glad to be here and to be perfectly honest, this is a long-term plan and to have our name said in the same sentences as Newman-Haas and Forsythe, it’s just a dream come true.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SALINAS – Champ Car’s new ride could bring a new series champion. Frenchman Sebastien Bourdais is coming back to try and become the first driver to win four consecutive series titles. But with the arrival of the new vehicle that includes paddle shifters, a new chassis and a new exhaust system, the playing field has instantly become more even. center_img Not that talent won’t factor in. Bourdais has plenty. “We do not know who is going to be strong yet,” Bourdais said Thursday in between test runs at Laguna Seca. “It’s too early to say. Especially since we have had a pretty rough start with bad weather and reliability issues. last_img

Swansea suffer injury blow as Amat ruled out for six weeks

first_img1 Jordi Amat [left] in action for Swansea Swansea defender Jordi Amat has been ruled out for six weeks with knee ligament damage.The Spaniard, a £2.5million signing from Espanyol in 2013, sustained the injury during the 4-2 defeat to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last Saturday and was replaced at half-time by Federico Fernandez.The 22-year-old, who has started all four of Swansea’s Premier League matches to date, will now be out of action until the end of October.His injury will open the door for summer signing Fernandez to establish a central defensive partnership with captain Ashley Williams.Fernandez, who played four times for Argentina at the 2014 World Cup, has only made one start for Swansea since his £8million move from Napoli last month, the Capital One Cup home victory over Rotherham.last_img read more

Quality Man United goal v Arsenal, top scoring Liverpool ace and more PL quiz questions

first_imgRemember that fiery Arsenal v Man United encounter when Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira kicked off in the tunnel BEFORE the game began?Of course you do, but what about the game itself? United won 4-2, with the fourth goal a delightful chip, but which Red Devil scored it?What about the Premier League managers? Do you know much about their career paths? Have a crack at these 10 questions ahead of a packed weekend of football, which you can hear live on talkSPORT.For full commentary of Chelsea v Southampton at 5.30pm on Saturday 3 October, listen here and then for the big Merseyside derby, tune in from 1pm to hear Everton v Liverpool on Sunday 4 October.About | Privacy | Terms 1 Everton v Liverpool is live on talkSPORT last_img read more

DONEGAL GROUP LAUNCH TASK-FORCE TO HELP ALLEVIATE SOCIAL ISOLATION

first_imgA Donegal task-force specifically organized to tackle the issue of social isolation among the elderly in communities across Donegal have launched their ‘Good Morning Service’ initiative.It is widely known that social isolation and loneliness can be felt at any age.Personal security is an issue for all of us and the need for human contact is vital for everyone’s health and wellbeing. Maintaining independence and quality of life is of key importance to people over the age of 65 years.Staff associated with the Good Morning Service organisation assist and support many people who are isolated, lonely, vulnerable and fearful.However, they also support and assist those who are quite content living alone and are leading full and active lives.Working collaboratively with all statutory, Voluntary and Community agencies to deliver responsive supports to enable people to remain living active and independent lives in their communities, and for those who are more vulnerable or have mobility difficulties to ensure they receive the homecare they need to maintain a good quality of life and wellbeing. Supported by Core funding from the HSE Older Peoples Service, the Good Morning Service offers free and confidential support to people in Donegal, the service involves local volunteers making a regular phone call to people aged over sixty, so as to ensure they are safe and well.The calls are made at an agreed time and can be daily or once a week, depending on the client’s needs and preferences.Since being established in Inishowen in 2006 we have expanded the service into five other areas across the county.The Service works in partnership with local community organisations, who host our service within their facilities.Our centre in Falcarragh serves the North West; the Donegal Town centre covers the South West; Letterkenny serves Central and North Donegal; Burtonport serves the Rosses area; while Lifford covers the east of the county. The calls are made by trained and Garda checked local volunteers who live in the area and have local knowledge, information and news to impart to the Client, a trusted and friendly voice making that vital human connection on a daily basis.Befriending and Dementia BefriendingIn Inishowen, we provide a befriending scheme that matches a volunteer with an individual who feels isolated, lonely or vulnerable; the volunteer provides companionship, friendship and a supportive relationship that elevates the effects of isolation and loneliness.The client is encouraged where possible to participate in community events or social activities, supported by the volunteer in many cases. We also have a dementia specific befriending service where we befriend someone with the condition; they visit once a week giving their full time carer a few hours respite.Addressing rural isolation through county-wide support and advocacy:Alongside the regular phone call support, the Good Morning Service advocates for older people and refers clients to health services and any other organisation that may be of help in relation to each individual’s concerns.• We provide clients with information on their rights and entitlements• Listen to their views to establish their wishes• Discuss options with them• Provide support and assistance in making informed choices• Empower clients to make decisions that affect their lives• Support clients in the actions they wish to take to resolve their concerns• We act on the clients behalf if they request our assistance• We participate in all forums where the voice of our service users can be heard and recognised• We produce and deliver a quarterly newsletter to clientsThe Service offers assistance and support with any issue the client is facing acts as intermediaries with other service providers.Advocates on older people’s issues; provides advice and information about services; and actively resolves everyday issues and difficulties that impact on the health and wellbeing of older people in Donegal.DONEGAL GROUP LAUNCH TASK-FORCE TO HELP ALLEVIATE SOCIAL ISOLATION was last modified: March 30th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:BusinessFeatureshealthnewslast_img read more

Sports teams eye area

first_imgEL MONTE – For a brief moment in the 1950s, El Monte had a chance to make the Dodgers its hometown team, according to Mayor Ernie Gutierrez. At a recent City Council meeting where two athletic organizations pitched moving their operations to El Monte, Gutierrez said the city should maybe look more closely at adopting sports teams. One, a basketball team, claims to have at least 8 million fans, and the other – a roller hockey team – is offering to build a sports complex in the city. Beijing Aoshen, a recent transplant from China into the American Basketball Association, is considering a move from Maywood to El Monte to be closer to its Chinese fan base, said George Pickering, president and general manager of the club. Aoshen’s ABA season games aired on Chinese television and picked up 8 million viewers, Pickering said. El Monte is about 20 percent Asian, while the neighboring cities of Monterey Park, Rosemead and Arcadia are more than 50 percent Asian, according to the Census. Aoshen’s players are also getting attention from the National Basketball Association, and three of its players are slated to compete for China in the 2008 Olympic games to be held in Beijing. The Los Angeles Cyclones roller hockey team, which typically plays in West Covina, is asking El Monte to help it find at least two acres where it can build a sports center that may include a basketball court and indoor soccer field along with a roller hockey rink. “We are willing to put up the money to do it,” said the Cyclones’ Mike Nijjar. El Monte City Manager Juan Mireles said he would put Nijjar in touch with a local developer who is considering a project at Flair Park. Mireles also said he was contacted about two weeks ago by the Los Angeles Thunderbirds, a roller derby team that is also considering a move to El Monte. Mireles said the city could be due for some professional athletic teams. He said the American Legion hosted sporting events in El Monte during the 1950s and 1960s “that people still talk about today.” El Monte police Chief Ken Weldon said a sports center could become home to a boxing club also coming to town. Weldon has been working with the widow of slain Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy Jerry Ortiz to start the club. “That’s going to happen,” Weldon said. “It could tie into this venture. It’s pretty exciting.” jason.kosareff@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2717 AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Maurizio Sarri thanks Real Madrid target Hazard for easing cigarette cravings

first_img How Arsenal could line up in Arteta’s first official game in charge – Ozil return? Morata was also overjoyed to finally score in the Premier League gameday And 59-year-old Italian Sarri was grateful for the impact of Eden Hazard as the Belgium playmaker – linked with a summer move to Real Madrid – set up Marcos Alonso’s winning strike nine minutes from time.Sarri, a heavy smoker unable to satisfy his habit on the touchline due to the smoking ban, said: “I enjoyed the match for 75 minutes, not in the other 15.“In the other 15 it was better to smoke, I think. I think it was a wonderful match for everybody.”Sarri has two wins from two Premier League games in charge after following up the victory at Huddersfield with a win in his first game at Stamford Bridge. Look what Maurizio Sarri has got stashed in the Chelsea dugout 😂😂📻 https://t.co/nOCybh8ExD // #CHEARS pic.twitter.com/RPEFNcDimv— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) August 18, 2018Still the former Napoli boss is not satisfied. He wants the same level of performance as in the opening quarter against Arsenal for a full game.He added: “We have to improve. We did really very well in the first 25 minutes today.“We need to continue, to press and press and press in the other half, otherwise for us it may be a problem.“We are not able to move the ball like in the first 25 minutes when we are in trouble in the defensive phase. Latest Premier League news silverware smart causal NEW ERA Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? ALTERED REVEALED Maurizio Sarri admitted he was craving a cigarette after watching his Chelsea side beat London rivals Arsenal 3-2 in a thrilling London derby.Chelsea were comfortably 2-0 up after just 20 minutes thanks to goals from Pedro and Alvaro Morata before Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Alex Iwobi drew the Gunners level before half-time.center_img 2 Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes Alonso celebrates scoring the winner for the home side Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade “We have to improve and I hope to be able to play 90 minutes like we played the first 25 in two months.”Hazard was sent on after an hour and sparkled. Chelsea will be a more fearsome prospect when the Belgian, who appears likely to be staying put despite the Spanish transfer window being open until the month, can start.“That’s clear. He is a great player,” Sarri added. 2 Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won REVEALED England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won possible standings How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures “I think that in this moment he’s not able to play for 90 minutes.“I thought it was better (he played for) 25, 30 minutes when the intensity of the match was going down.“I think, I hope, in one week, maximum two weeks, he will be able to play for 90 minutes.”last_img read more

FAI CUP SEMI-FINAL – HARPS UP AGAINST IT AS ST.PATS TAKE CONTROL

first_imgSt Patrick’s Athletic 3 – Finn Harps 1Finn Harps have it all do it all against a St Patrick’s Athletic side who have taken control in this FAI Cup semi-final.St Pats went ahead early but Harps managed to draw level in this tie at Richmond Park. However the skill and experience of the Premiership side has told after they hit the net twice since being pegged back to a draw.Despite starting the stronger, Harps have tried to stick to their gameplan and tried to keep their shape.That plan was unlocked in the 18th minute by St Pats when Cillian Brennan scored a spectacular free kick after Josh Mailey fouled Forrester.Brennan’s stunning kick was placed beautifully in the top left corner past the outstretched Conor Wynn. But instead of putting the heads down, Harps battled hard and Keven McHugh forced a corner in the 28th minute.From the corner Convoy man Packie Mailey rose highest at the back post to head home to make it 1-1.Harps piled on all the pressure and should have got a penalty in the 35th minute when Kenny Brown upended Pat McCann on the edge of the St Pats box.But just when it looked like Harps were getting the upper hand, Pats went ahead again.Sean Hoare, with his first goal for the Inchicore side, rose highest in the area to head home into the bottom left of Wynn’s net to make it 2-1. How Harps were wishing the half-time whistle would come as Pats pressed further up the field.It didn’t quite come in time to stop Pats getting a third and taking complete control of the game, however.Conan Byrne was slipped through by Christy Fagan who lifted the ball over Wynn who may have went down to early in the 42nd minute to make it 3-1.Pats have finished the first half stronger as they pushed the play up the field. The premier division side look to be getting stronger as Harps becoming increasingly more frustrated.It will take something special for Ollie Horgan’s side to pull back level in the second half.FAI CUP SEMI-FINAL – HARPS UP AGAINST IT AS ST.PATS TAKE CONTROL was last modified: October 5th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more