Friday, April 17Shakhter Soligorsk-FC Slutsk (18:30)Saturday, April 18:Isloch Minsk-Slavia Mozyr (1:00 p.m.)Rukh Brest-FC Minsk (3:00 p.m.)Vitebsk-Dinamo Brest (5:00 p.m.)BATE Borisov-Torpedo BelAZ Zhodino (7:00 p.m.) In As newspaper you will be able to see everything that happens in the championship of Belarus. As broadcasts live and direct all the Belarusian League matches this weekend, corresponding to the fifth day of competition. In addition, this Saturday will allow us to see one of the great meetings of the moment. The all mighty BATE Borisov receives in his stadium to the surprise of the championship, until now, the Zhodino’s BelAZ torpedo.
“The world of football is working responsibly to find solutions to the crisis and defend competitions,” he said. Gabriele Gravina, “deserves respect and not be used for controversy.” The president of the FIGC He expressed satisfaction in the dialogue with the Government: “I thank Minister Spadafora for the attention he has given us at this Wednesday’s meeting. We want to play safely again, this is what common sense suggests to us and what international organizations ask us “. The Italian Football Federation will extend until August 2 the deadline to finish this season’s competitions, which was set for June 30. An expected and inevitable decision, but one that represents another step forward for the institutions to resume the championships, pending the decision of the Government of the country.
Though the public request of Roger Federer for the union of ATP and WTA he obtained plenty of help (like that of Rafa Nadal or Billie Jean King), Criticism has additionally made its means in the previous couple of hours.Past Nick Kyrgios, who shortly positioned himself towards, the vice chairman of the German Tennis Federation, Dirk Hordoff, He believes that the Swiss wished to draw consideration to achieve more followers on social networks. “He’s short-sighted. It begins with the ITF and the Grand Slams. That’s the place you must begin. Merging ATP and WTA has not resolved any points right now. Additionally it is important to demand this in these instances. Merely You want more followers on your Twitter account. So, it’s an unsubstantiated proposal, “Hordoff defined very critically on the web site. Perfomr Stats.And he concluded with one final thought: “I’m in favor of discussing this complete difficulty in depth. However a message on Twitter can’t make this occur. “ Nevertheless, it ought to be remembered that as confirmed Stan Wawrinka the identical day that Federer launched his want, the conversations between the excessive ranges of ATP and WTA have been happening for months on this line, sadly for Hordoff …
Yes, Colonia will not stop training despite the positives of the three assets, whose names were not published by the entity. They will be subject, as provided in the protocol, to a quarantine of 14 days. According to the German newspaper Bild, it is about two players and a physiotherapist from the first team. While they isolate themselves, the rest of the Colonia team will continue preparing in groups, following “the hygiene and prevention guidelines exercised since April 6,” explained sports director Horst Heldt.“The health and privacy of our players and employees takes precedence over all kinds of reflections,” continued the head of the FC sports area. “The measures that we have been carrying out to date and the strategy based on routine tests have proven effective so that we can now react by implementing individual solutions” The Colony, therefore, will try to maintain normality. It remains to be seen how Merkel and her cabinet interpret the events. The restart of the Bundesliga seemed a matter of time, but what happened in Cologne on Friday afternoon could alter the decision on the resumption of the German competition. The Cologne, tenth ranked in the Bundesliga, announced in a statement that a total of three members of its staff had tested positive for coronavirus. The news will surely influence the government’s final decision regarding Chancellor Angela Merkel, which is expected with concern for next week.
In case of not ending first within the German league as soon as the season resumes, its clause would robotically drop to 50 million euros, Excellent news for all of the groups that comply with, since that distinction could possibly be invested in different additions or in participant renewals on the roster. As quickly because the switch window opens, many will come for Werner, though if he leaves, it stays to be seen at what value it is going to be. Till now, we knew that given its potential it isn’t an excessively costly 9, contemplating that its cancellation clause is ready at 60 million euros. Nevertheless, as reported La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter, or some other membership might take away you out of your workforce at a cheaper price. And plainly it could solely value 60 million euros if RB Leipzig conquered the Bundesliga, one thing that appears tough on condition that they’re third within the classification to 5 factors from Bayern Munich and one from the Borussia Dortmund. Bundesliga* Knowledge up to date as of Might 7, 2020 This summer time, one of the vital coveted forwards with a actual probability of leaving his membership is Timo Werner. The RB Leipzig striker could make the leap to a nice this summer time, and he has groups like Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Barcelona or Inter de Milan. He prefers to play for the English membership though Jürgen Klopp doesn’t plan to make investments an excessive amount of in transfers after the coronavirus disaster. The Barca doesn’t sound too loud, because it has as a precedence to Lautaro MartinezBut when the Argentine went to the Catalan membership, Inter would need the German striker as a substitute. eleven
FOOTBALL’S-world governing body, FIFA, has denied a request by the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF) to postpone its World Cup Qualifier on Good Friday, March 25, against Costa Rica at the National Stadium at 7 p.m. “The JFF wishes to advise that it made representation to FIFA for a possible change of date based on the sacred nature of Good Friday to many Jamaicans,” informed a JFF release yesterday. It added: “FIFA has responded that the change in date was not possible as the 2016 international match calendar has been approved since 2013.” Captain Horace Burrell, the JFF president, apologised. “Because we are a Christian society, I appealed to FIFA and asked them to postpone the game and have us play on another date. However, FIFA came back to us and said no,” Burrell told The Gleaner. “We had no intention to offend the Christians, but nothing can be done,” he emphasised. Burrell said arrangements could be made for a church service inside the venue before game time. “I am thinking of having a church service at the National Stadium before the game starts,” Burrell said. Meanwhile, ticket prices remain Grandstand Category One $6,500, Grandstand Category Two $5,500 and Bleachers $1,200.
Title-chasers Jamaica Scorpions and Barbados Pride will square-off in a crucial encounter in the penultimate set of matches of the group phase of the WICB/NAGICO Insurance Super50 Tournament in Trinidad and Tobago today.Second and third, respectively, in Group A with 10 and nine points each, the two will enter the contest knowing that a win for eight team would all but secure them a place in the semi-finals.Group leaders Trinidad and Tobago Red Force, who oppose cellar dwellers ICC America, are presently on 17 points and have already qualified for the semi-finals.”It’s a (virtual) must-win for both of us, so I guess they (Barbados) will be playing it like a final and we will be doing the same,” Jamaica’s captain, John Campbell, said yesterday.The return-led round-robin fixture will see both teams entering the contest with a win two, lose two record, with Jamaica ahead based on having two bonus points compared to Barbados’ one.The Scorpions, however, can claim bragging rights, having defeated Barbados by two wickets when the two met earlier this week.Led by a man-of-the-match bowling performance of three for 18 from left-arm pacer Sheldon Cottrell, Jamaica bowled out the Pride for a mere 138 before replying with 139 for eight.The in-form Andre McCarthy, who also has a tournament century, and Antiguan Devon Thomas led the batting for the Scorpions with 49 and 33, respectively.However, with the end of the Australian Test series both teams have been strengthened with the return of West Indies players to their line-ups.Barbados has been injected with seven players – Jason Holder, Kraigg Brathwaite, Shai Hope, Carlos Brathwaite, Shane Dowich, Miguel Cummins, and Jomel Warrican, while Jamaica will benefit from the return of Jerome Taylor and Jermaine Blackwood.”They have got back all their players from Australia, and have a better squad, and are also coming off a win, so they should be confident,” remarked Campbell.”But we are not too concerned,” he said. “We have seen signs of improvement throughout the tournament, and, it is just for us to put it together.”Jamaica will play the Americas and Barbados will tackle Trinidad in the final set of group matches scheduled for Sunday.The semi-finals will be played next Wednesday and Thursday, with the final carded for next Saturday, all at Queen’s Park Oval.
The highest level Strong youth programme “They have a pretty strong youth programme in Barbados and I must say it’s better than in Jamaica,” Samuels added. Dominik was captain of his prep school team in Barbados and when he moved to Jamaica at age 11, also captain Sts Peter and Paul Prep School team for one year, before moving on to Campion College. “It was a good experience because their structure is a bit different. They play hard ball and being a part of the training squad – because the boys were two or three years older – helped me. I’ve played not only local players there, but also from England and visiting teams,” Samuels said. Samuels has been outstanding in the Grace Shield, scoring 782 runs this season. The batting all rounder also scored four centuries, with a top score of 136 not out against St George’s College and three half centuries. He helped Campion reach the semi-finals of the Grace Shield and led them to the title last season. For Samuels, it isn’t only about playing sport. The Jamaica and West Indies youth representative believes in balancing academics as well. Having earned a government scholarship to Campion, he has been on the school’s honour roll every year since. Now in the fifth form, he will do nine subjects at the Caribbean Examinations Council level later this year. SOME might say that cricket is a dying sport in Jamaica. But 16-year-old Dominik Samuels does not appear to be one who believes that. The Campion College Grace Shield team member has been playing cricket since he was four years old and in 12 years of playing at the prep and high school levels, his passion for the sport has never waned. While his father Raymond played Headley Cup cricket as a student of York Castle High, it was while still a young boy living in Barbados that Dominik’s love for the game really developed. “I influenced him, but I think the turning point for him was when I was on vacation and we were in St Ann and his cousin who was a couple of years older played cricket and he saw his cousin playing. We lived in the Bahamas, he started playing, but they don’t really play cricket in the Bahamas so there was no opportunity. I relocated to Barbados and at age five he really got to play cricket because they have a really strong prep school competition there,” the elder Samuels explained. While there, he also played for Wanderers Cricket Club and got the opportunity to play in camps with older and more experienced boys. “I’m certainly looking to play for the West Indies in the future, to play at the highest level of cricket. But I still want to balance my cricket and academics as well,” he said. “It’s a matter of time management really. I have to make timetables and understand that if I want to be successful I know how much work I have to put out so I can train in the evening,” he added. Having the strong support of both his parents who attend his games also helps, he said. As for the future, he wants to attend a school in the United Kingdom, where he can continue to pursue his cricketing goals. “Cricket is a game where you have to be disciplined and patient and you have to understand that things take time and you have to be diligent in what you do and cricket also taught me that when you fight out of tough situations you always come out with good results,” he said.
Jamaican Donovan ‘Razor’ Ruddock had his dream of once more becoming the Canadian heavyweight boxing champion, at age 51, dashed to pieces on Friday night when he was knocked out at two minutes and five seconds of the third round in Toronto, Canada, by current champion Dillon Carman.Ruddock, who was the Canadian champion in 2001 when he walked away from the ring without formally retiring, tried to turn back the clock and had two successful outings in March and May this year. This, in addition to his former impressive record and world rating, obviously were the reasons he was given the opportunity to challenge Carman.The dream did not come true, however, as after two tentative rounds, in which both boxers did very little, Carman exploded in round three and floored Ruddock twice. He beat the count the first time, but was knocked out cold on the second occasion and laid flat on his back for several seconds before being revived.He has had a great career and is now 40-6-1, while Carman, who is 29, won the title on October 2, 2014, and has a 9-2 record.The consensus after the fight is that he should now formally retire and not put himself at risk.- Leroy Brown
cancellation Their actions led to the cancellation of the Test tour, and an angry BCCI subsequently slapped the WICB with a US$42 million claim for losses, while also threatening legal action. The BCCI also suspended bilateral relations with the WICB. Following the October meeting between Cameron, Muirhead, and BCCI officials, the WICB said it hoped for an amicable resolution, especially with the BCCI set to meet in the AGM. “We had discussions on the resolution of the impasse that currently exists. It was very cordial,” ESPN Cricinfo quoted Muirhead as saying recently. “We discussed everything that would affect us at length. We were sure that a resolution would be forthcoming in the very near future. We are hoping that it will take root at the AGM.” According to the noted cricket website, the WICB has indicated its inability to settle the multi-million-dollar claim and has proposed touring India in 2017 instead. Since the abandoned tour, the WICB has subsequently come under pressure at home, with a recent commission of eminent persons, established by the regional nation-state grouping CARICOM, proposing the “immediate dissolution” of the board. MUMBAI, India, (CMC): The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) says it will take its time in mulling over the normalising of relations with the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB). Following the conclusion of its annual general meeting (AGM) here Monday, BCCI president Shashank Manohar said the board would “take a call” on resuming bilateral tours with the Windies, which were suspended last year in the wake of the ill-fated limited overs and Test series. “There is still plenty of time to go and play in West Indies. We will decide at the appropriate time,” Manohar said. “They met us recently … the CEO of the West Indies Board and the chairman of the West Indies Board. They have given their viewpoint. We will take a call.” WICB president Dave Cameron, along with chief executive Michael Muirhead, recently met with BCCI officials to discuss a resolution to the dispute which arose in October last year when the West Indies one-day team abruptly abandoned the tour of India over a contracts squabble with players union WIPA.