FRISCO, Texas – Sam Houston State’s Chris Jefferson and Houston Baptist’s Christopher Welch were named the Southland Conference Indoor Men’s Track & Field Athletes of the Week, the conference announced Wednesday. All Southland weekly awards are presented by MidSouth Bank.The Bearkats claimed a first-place team finish out of a 16-team field in their season-opener at Texas A&M’s Ted Nelson Invitational in College Station, Texas. Houston Baptist also opened its season at the Ted Nelson Invitational, where Welch posted one of two HBU school records set over the weekend.Men’s Track Athlete of the Week – Chris Jefferson, Sam Houston State – RSr. – Houston, TexasJefferson kicked off his senior indoor season in style at the Ted Nelson Invitational, taking first-place finishes in both the 60-meter and 200-meter events. His performance in the 200-meter race set a school record and became the fastest 200-meter time in the country at 20.85. The senior’s win in the 60-meter event was clocked at a 6.71 clip, a mark that ranks first in the Southland Conference and stands as the 12th fastest in the country.Honorable Mention: Ryan Cleary, Abilene Christian; Cliff Resias, Southeastern La.; Tyler Smith, McNeese; Daniel Armstrong, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.Men’s Field Athlete of the Week – Christopher Welch, Houston Baptist – Fr. – Dickinson, TexasIn his collegiate debut, Welch broke the Houston Baptist program record in the triple jump. The freshman obliterated the previous mark by more than a foot and a half with a 49-10.5 distance. Welch’s triple jump performance stands first in the Southland and 21st in the nation.Honorable Mention: Antonio Ruiz, Stephen F. Austin; Kai Schmidt, Abilene Christian; Zach Seaman, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi.Southland weekly award winners are nominated and voted upon by each school’s sports information director. Voting for one’s own athlete is not permitted. To earn honorable mention, a student-athlete must appear on at least 25 percent of ballots.
OL Colby Thomas Sam Houston State Jr. Manvel, Texas DL Kameron Hill Abilene Christian Jr. Fresno, Texas DB Zyon McCollum2 Sam Houston State Jr. Galveston, Texas All-Southland Conference teams are voted on by the league’s head coaches and sports information directors. Voting for one’s own athletes is not permitted. PK Storm Ruiz Stephen F. Austin Sr. League City, Texas In year two under Scelfo’s direction, the Lions went from a 4-7 team in 2018 to a 7-4 squad in the FCS Playoffs. With an offense that ranks third among FCS programs in pass yards per game (328.5) and a defense that ranks second nationally in sacks per game (3.70), SLU took down two opponents ranked No. 6 at the time of their game (Jacksonville State, Central Arkansas). LB Royce See Sam Houston State Sr. Shepherd, Texas 2019 Southland Conference Football First Team All-Conference Defense WR Quan Shorts Northwestern State Sr. Humble, Texas OL Toby Sanderson Central Arkansas Jr. Edmond, Okla. PR Devonte Williams2 Southeastern Louisiana Sr. Columbia, Md. DB Xavier Lewis Southeastern Louisiana Sr. LaPlace, La. P Matt McRobert Sam Houston State R-Jr. Berowra, Australia Player of the Year: Sully Laiche, NichollsOffensive Player of the Year: Chase Fourcade, NichollsDefensive Player of the Year: Chris Livings, McNeeseNewcomer of the Year: Trace Mascorro, Sam Houston StateFreshman of the Year: Tyler Hudson, Central ArkansasOffensive Lineman of the Year: PJ Burkhalter, NichollsCoach of the Year: Frank Scelfo, Southeastern Louisiana2019 Southland Conference Football First Team All-Conference Offense In total, 17 honorees are returning all-Southland selections, led by Laiche and teammate Allen Pittman with their fourth picks. UCA running back Carlos Blackman is the lone three-time honoree. Pos. Name School Class Hometown Named a finalist for the Buck Buchanan Award, given to the FCS’ top defensive player, Laiche totaled 19.5 tackles for loss and 10 sacks in the regular season to bring his career totals to 59 TFL and 35.5 sacks. His sack total is the fourth-highest in Southland Conference history. OL Jair Joseph Nicholls Jr. Belle Rose, La. Abilene Christian, Houston Baptist and Lamar garnered five picks each, and UIW, Northwestern State and Stephen F. Austin rounded out the teams with four selections apiece. RB Tracy James Abilene Christian Sr. Dallas, Texas LB Hunter Brown Sam Houston State R-Sr. Weston, Fla. Burkhalter served as the starting center and left guard for Nicholls, who led the Southland with just over 200 rushing yards per game and ranked second in scoring (32.8) and total offense per game (449.7). DB Jaylon Jimmerson UIW Fr. Pittsburg, Texas DL Andre Walker Houston Baptist Sr. Slidell, La. DL Cody Roscoe McNeese Jr. Houston, Texas KR Xavier Gipson Stephen F. Austin Fr. Dallas, Texas OL Hunter Watts2 Central Arkansas Sr. San Antonio, Texas Last year’s Player of the Year, Fourcade finished his final regular season as the most efficient passer in the league in both overall (151.3) and conference-only games (157.7). He ranked ninth among FCS quarterbacks in completion percentage (66.1) and averaged the second-most yards of total offense in Southland contests (303.2). DB Willie Roberts Stephen F. Austin Fr. Fort Worth, Texas DL Chris Livings2 McNeese Sr. Lake Charles, La. DL Cole Burgess Abilene Christian Sr. North Richland Hills, Texas PK Hayden Ray Central Arkansas So. Bryant, Ark. The first defensive player to earn the league’s top annual honor since 2007 (Bryan Smith, McNeese), Laiche led all FCS players with 2.1 tackles for loss per game and ranked fifth nationally in sacks per game (1.1). He led the Southland with 9.0 sacks in conference play and recorded at least one TFL in each of his nine starts. DB Shemar Bartholomew Northwestern State So. New Orleans, La. DB Kevin Moore III Nicholls Jr. Lafayette, La. DL Jevon Leon Sam Houston State Fr. Houston, Texas KR Cameron Myers Central Arkansas R-Fr. Plant City, Fla. DL Nathan Grant Central Arkansas Jr. Carrollton, Texas RB Donovan Williams Sam Houston State So. Paris, Texas DB Jaylen Thomas Sam Houston State Jr. Houston, Texas RB Justin Pratt McNeese Sr. Spring, Texas 2019 Southland Conference Football Individual Superlative Winners DB Juan Jackson2 Central Arkansas Sr. Gardendale, Ala. OL PJ Burkhalter Nicholls R-Jr. Franklinton, La. 2019 Southland Conference Football Third Team All-Conference Offense DL Trace Mascorro Sam Houston State Jr. Refugio, Texas PR Michael Lawson Lamar Jr. Patterson, Calif. 2019 Southland Conference Football Second Team All-Conference Offense 2019 Southland Conference Football Second Team All-Conference Defense OL Grant Burguillos2 McNeese Sr. Mandeville, La. QB Chase Fourcade2 Nicholls Sr. Metairie, La. PR Cyron Sutton McNeese Jr. New Orleans, La. TE/HB Bransen Schwebel2 Southeastern Louisiana Sr. Amite, La. LB Jeremiah Chambers2 Abilene Christian Sr. Austin, Texas QB Breylin Smith Central Arkansas So. Conway, Ark. WR Xavier Gipson Stephen F. Austin Fr. Dallas, Texas DL Sully Laiche4 Nicholls Sr. Gramercy, La. OL Pat Allen Southeastern Louisiana Sr. Reisertown, Md. OL Jarius Gooch Southeastern Louisiana Sr. Water Valley, Miss. Pos. Name School Class Hometown DL Joseph Wallace Sam Houston State Jr. Dallas, Texas OL Jaylin Hendrix Central Arkansas So. Everman, Texas P Blake Patterson Houston Baptist Jr. Round Rock, Texas OL Brandon Floores2 UIW Sr. La Vernia, Texas Pos. Name School Class Hometown WR Ben Ratzlaff Houston Baptist Jr. San Diego, Calif. Laiche is one of seven superlative award winners announced Tuesday, along with Offensive Player of the Year Chase Fourcade (Nicholls) and Defensive Player of the Year Chris Livings (McNeese). Sam Houston State’s Trace Mascorro is the Newcomer of the Year, and Central Arkansas’ Tyler Hudson is the Freshman of the Year. The Offensive Lineman of the Year Award goes to Nicholls’ PJ Burkhalter, and Southeastern Louisiana’s Frank Scelfo is the Coach of the Year. Joining Laiche as one of just nine players in conference history to compile 30 career sacks, Livings finished the year with 9.5, which was good for third in the Southland. Livings recorded a team-high 12 tackles for loss and posted at least half a sack in each of the team’s final five games, including a season-high three against Northwestern State. A transfer from UTEP, Mascorro started all 12 games at defensive tackle for the Bearkats, who led the league in tackles for loss and sacks as a team. He tallied 15.5 tackles for loss and 5.0 sacks. Mascorro registered at least two TFL in five games. LB Laryon James Nicholls Sr. Baton Rouge, La. WR Austin Mitchell Southeastern Louisiana R-Jr. Plaquemine, La. LB TJ Campbell Central Arkansas So. Southaven, Miss. FRISCO, Texas – For the second-straight season, a Nicholls student-athlete headlines the Southland Football All-Conference Teams as defensive lineman Sully Laiche is the conference’s Player of the Year, the league announced Tuesday. Yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition. Pos. Name School Class Hometown Central Arkansas leads the way with 13 total all-conference selections, followed by Nicholls and Sam Houston State each with 12. Southeastern Louisiana placed 11 on the all-league teams while McNeese had nine honorees. DB Robert Rochell Central Arkansas Jr. Shreveport, La. Pos. Name School Class Hometown Pos. Name School Class Hometown DB Darion Dunn McNeese Jr. Oakdale, La. LB Allen Pittman4 Nicholls Sr. St. Rose, La. DB Adonis Davis Abilene Christian Sr. Bastrop, Texas DL Daniel Crosley2 Lamar Sr. DeRidder, La. QB Chason Virgil Southeastern Louisiana Sr. Mesquite, Texas RB Julien Gums Nicholls So. New Orleans, La. LB Alexis Ramos Southeastern Louisiana Jr. Salinas, Calif. A finalist for the Jerry Rice Award (top FCS freshman), Hudson made an immediate impact with a touchdown grab in his first game, an upset of FBS foe Western Kentucky. He went on to finish tied for the league lead with 12 touchdowns and hauled in a conference-best 10 scoring receptions in league play. WR Jerreth Sterns Houston Baptist So. Waxahachie, Texas RB Devonte Williams Southeastern Louisiana Sr. Columbia Md. P Bailey Raborn McNeese Jr. Lafayette, La. DB Cory McCoy McNeese Jr. Leesville, La. PK Bailey Giffen Lamar Jr. Bryan, Texas OL Tyler Edwards Sam Houston State R-Sr. Buna, Texas WR Cyron Sutton McNeese Jr. New Orleans, La. DB Ferlando Jordan Southeastern Louisiana R-So. Atlanta, Ga. TE/HB Woody Brandom Sam Houston State R-Sr. Corona, Calif. KR Gamar Girdy Brito Houston Baptist Sr. Victoria, Texas OL Terence Hickman2 UIW Sr. Converse, Texas 2019 Southland Conference Football Third Team All-Conference Defense WR Tyler Hudson Central Arkansas Fr. Spring, Texas OL Tamatoa Neher Lamar Sr. Hauula, Hawaii RB Carlos Blackman3 Central Arkansas Sr. Gosnell, Ark. WR Dai’Jean Dixon2 Nicholls Jr. New Orleans, La. LB Ja’Quay Pough Northwestern State Jr. Sherman, Texas LB Kelechi Anyalabechi UIW So. Pearland, Texas OL Bradston Burnside Nicholls Sr. Hattiesburg, Miss. DB Khristian Mims2 Nicholls Sr. Baton Rouge, La. WR Lujuan Winningham Central Arkansas So. Humble, Texas OL Chris Zirkle2 Northwestern State Sr. League City, Texas DB Michael Lawson Lamar Jr. Patterson, Calif. DL Isaac Adeyemi-Berglund Southeastern Louisiana Sr. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia TE/HB Jordan Talley Nicholls Sr. Clinton, La.
APACHE PRINCESS, KOOKIE GAL & LAKERBALL ALL LOOM LARGE IN MONDAY’S $200,000 CALIFORNIA CUP OAKS AT ONE MILE ON TURF RACE IS PART OF LUCRATIVE GOLDEN STATE SERIES FOR CALIFORNIA-BRED OR SIRED RUNNERS ARCADIA, Calif. (Feb. 15, 2019)–Keith Desormeaux’s Apache Princess, Peter Miller’s Kookie Gal and Doug O’Neill’s Lakerball all loom large in Monday’s $200,000 California Cup Oaks at Santa Anita. Restricted to 3-year-old fillies bred or sired in California, the Cal Cup Oaks, which has attracted a field of nine, is part of the lucrative Golden State Series, which is sponsored by the CTBA.With two consecutive wins at 6 ½ furlongs down Santa Anita’s hillside turf course and a close second three starts back at a one mile turf maiden race at Del Mar Nov. 10, Apache Princess looks like the logical top selection as she bids for three wins in a row.A first out maiden winner going one mile over the Santa Anita turf Oct. 18, Kookie Gal, who is owned by her breeders, Wachtel Stable and Gary Barber, was an impressive winner of the state-bred Soviet Problem Stakes at one mile on dirt two starts back at Los Alamitos and comes off a nose defeat at one mile on dirt here on Jan. 11.A winner of the one mile turf Surfer Girl Stakes in open company here three starts back on Oct. 8, Lakerball was a galloping minor stakes winner going a mile on turf at Golden Gate Fields Oct. 27 and has been freshened by O’Neill since well beaten in the Grade III Jimmy Durante Stakes at Del Mar Nov. 24.APACHE PRINCESSOwner: KMN Racing, LLCTrainer: Keith DesormeauxBy the late superstar California-based stallion Unusual Heat, Apache Princess, who is out of the Indian Charlie mare Puskita, was bred by her owners and is not only in sharp recent form, but she appears to possess the right “sit and pounce” style. The second leading money earner in the field with $111,960, she has two wins and as many seconds from five starts and will be ridden for the sixth consecutive time by Desormeaux’s brother, Kent.KOOKIE GALOwner: Wachtel Stable & Gary BarberTrainer: Peter MillerA dark bay or brown filly by Boisterous, out of the Comic Strip mare Kukaluka, she was beaten a scant nose on Jan. 11 by talented Calf Moon Bay and is a proven commodity at the distance, as all four of her starts have been at one mile–two on dirt and two on grass. With two wins and a second from four starts, she has earnings of $103,820 and rates a huge chance with Flavien Prat riding back.LAKERBALLOwner: Pappas Horse Racing Corp., Purple Rein Racing & Tom RobertsTrainer: Doug O’NeillBy the Unusual Heat stallion Lakerville, she’s out of the Capsized mare Category Ten. Following her head victory in the Surfer Girl Stakes here on Oct. 8, she was the even money favorite in the one mile turf Pikes Place Dancer Stakes at Golden Gate, a one mile turf race she took by five lengths. Freshened since a 7 ¼ length defeat in the Grade III Jimmy Durante Nov. 24, Lakerball has two wins from three tries at a mile on turf and will be making her seventh career start on Monday. With three wins from six starts, she’s the leading money earner in the field with $129,825.THE CALIFORNIA CUP OAKS WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 5 of 9 Approximate post time 2:30 p.m. PTLippy–Mario Gutierrez–124Mucho Unusual–Joel Rosario–120Tiz a Master–Heriberto Figueroa–122Kookie Gal–Flavien Prat–124Silk From Heaven–Eswan Flores–120Hot On the Trail–Drayden Van Dyke–120Creative Instinct–Brice Blanc–124Lakerball–Rafael Bejarano–124Apache Princess–Kent Desormeaux–126First post time for a nine-race card on Monday is at 12:30p.m. please visitsanttaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE.
Greg’s Diva–Tyler Baze–117Alfie Solomons–Victor Espinoza–120Commander–Abel Cedillo–122Mr. Tip–Sophie Doyle–120Bulletproof One–Norberto Arroyo, Jr.–121Ginobili–Drayden Van Dyke–120Raging Whiskey–Rafael Bejarano–124Square Deal–Flavien Prat–124Absolute Weapon–Martin Garcia–120Biddy Duke–Aaron Gryder–117El Tigre Terrible–Ruben Fuentes–120First post time for an eight-race card on Sunday is at 12:30 p.m. For additional information, please visit santaanita.com or call (626) 574-RACE. GINOBILI, RAGING WHISKEY & MR. TIP ALL PROMINENT IN SUNDAY’S $100,000 SPEAKEASY STAKES FOR 2-YEAR-OLDS AT FIVE FURLONGS ON GRASS RACE IS A BREEDERS’ CUP ‘WIN & YOU’RE IN’ BREEDERS’ CUP CHALLENGE RACE ARCADIA, Calif. (Oct. 3, 2019)–With a fees-paid berth to the $1 million Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint at stake, Ginobili, Raging Whiskey and Mr. Tip all loom prominently among a field of 11 juveniles in Sunday’s $100,000 Speakeasy Stakes, to be contested at five furlongs over the Santa Anita turf.A Breeders’ Cup “Win and You’re In” Challenge Race qualifier, the Speakeasy Stakes was run last year at five furlongs on the main track.GINOBILIOwner: Slam Dunk Racing, Richard Baltas, Jerry McClanahn & Michael NentwigTrainer: Richard BaltasAn impressive maiden special weight winner (83 Beyer Speed figure) going six furlongs on Aug. 17 at Del Mar, this Kentucky-bred colt by Munnings pressed the pace before tiring to fourth, beaten five lengths in the Grade I, seven furlong Del Mar Futurity on Sept. 2. He’ll be trying turf for the first time in his fourth start on Sunday and will be ridden for the first time by Drayden Van Dyke. In a field of lightly raced juveniles, his 83 Beyer two starts back should carry some pari-mutuel weight.RAGING WHISKEYOwner: Pappas Horse Racing Corporation & BartlettTrainer: Doug O’NeillOff at 9-2 two starts back in the one mile Del Mar Juvenile Turf on Sept. 1, this Maryland-bred colt by Bourbon Courage finished last by nine lengths but with the addition of blinkers, came back to register an emphatic eight length score in a 6 ½ furlong restricted stakes at Los Alamitos on Sept. 21, earning a Speakeasy best last-out Beyer of 77. With the “light bulb” again fully re-engaged, Raging Whiskey’s connections are hopeful a return to turf won’t prove problematic.MR. TIPOwner: Calumet FarmTrainer: Jack SistersonAn impressive first-out maiden winner on synthetic at Arlington Park Sept. 7, Mr. Tip ships west for former Doug O’Neill assistant Sisterson and will be ridden back by Sophie Doyle. A Kentucky-bred colt by Mr. Speaker, he fetched $90,000 at the Ocala Breeders 2-year-old in Training Sale this past April. Off at 2-1 in his debut versus five rivals, Mr. Tip looks like a good fit in the Speakeasy.THE $100,000 SPEAKEASY STAKES WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTS IN POST POSITION ORDERRace 6 of 8 Approximate post time 3 p.m. PT
Work sessionCarrasco trained in the morning with the team. He made his first work session with what will be his new team. He was seen with a smile on his mouth and eager to please Cholo. He was the great protagonist of the training session. Carrasco does not need an acclimatization period, since he knows both the coaching staff and his teammates perfectly. Atlético made Carrasco official for the Madrid team in this winter market. The rojiblanco club reported on its website that Carrasco will play on loan until the end of the season. Atletico has done with the services of Carrasco as a loan and has a Purchase option for when this campaign ends.Simeone, on the other hand, commented in a press conference that if there is no problem, he will be summoned for the match against Real Madrid. The end will enter the list of summoned for the derby, although another thing is that it can dispute some minute. In the morning work session he trained with the rest of his teammates.
Richard Gasquet, 3 times champion of the ATP 250 of Montpellier, he was extra stable than the Spanish Feliciano López, who beat 6-7 (1), 6-Four and 6-2 to advance to the quarterfinals of the Montpellier event, on a day through which the Belgian David Goffin escaped from the methods of Kazakh Aleksandr Bublik.“Feli” linked 22 direct serves, inadequate to beat Gasquet, which he doubled within the Eatsbourne last in 2014, however towards which he already has an unfavorable earnings of 7-1. Gasquet will now be measured towards Canadian Vasek Pospisil. Earlier than, Bublik used all of the attainable methods, taking out from beneath, however this was not sufficient to overcome the Belgian David Goffin, second favourite, who saved 5 set factors within the second set, to lastly defeat him 6-Three and 7-6 (9) in a single hour and 47 minutes, and advance to the quarter.Goffin, runner-up within the 2017 London ATP Finals, will face in that spherical towards the winner of the duel between the Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime and the Frenchman Pierre-Hugues Herbert Additionally within the quarter is Serbian Filip Krajinovic who superior with a 6-1, 6-1 victory in 78 minutes towards Sweden’s Mikael Ymer. His subsequent rival, the Frenchman Gregoire Barrere.
Afterwards, a conversation was issued between the Peruvian international and the sports director about the rayista coach. “I know that I am not a player of your liking,” Advíncula started, to which Cobeño replied: “Nor was Oscar fifteen days ago and now it is essential for him. Maybe Well, which seems essential, tomorrow is no longer. He has been my coach for four years and I have been a captain with him. To me one day was come here to such and the other, I was not summoned. Act on impulses and in your interest. Hey, now this one is worth it, because it puts it. ”This situation has meant that, as the BE, the sports director rayista is considering leaving office. Regardless of what may happen, Cobeño personally apologized to Paco Jémez, in case he had felt offended with his words. David Cobeño, sports director of Rayo, is in the eye of the hurricane, after the Ad Advíncula Case ’was uncovered. It appears in all audios issued by the SER, first talking about the emoluments of his player, Luis Advíncula, and later, about his coach. “Maybe with Míchel I did go a little and gave him my advice, with Paco (Jémez) I prefer that he give himself the host himself, because if you are not going to tell me that I am the culprit, ”said Cobeño.
The next three rivals of Eibar (I raised, Majorca, Y Real society) have not won in Ipurua in First Division. And the Gipuzkoan team will try to follow that tradition in their fief, because they play permanence and play three straight games at home. The Eibar You will receive this Saturday (13 hours) to Levante in the Eibarrés field, where the Valencian team has never won the victory, neither in the maximum category, nor in Second Division.The I raised Ipurua has visited four times in the First Division, in which there has been a victory for the Eibarreses (2-0 in the 2015-2016 season), and three draws.The last Eibar-Levante In the Eibarrés stadium, on December 9, 2018, it ended with an amazing match (4-4). After starting putting the place Sergi Enrich, the madness began by scoring two goals José Luis Morales Y Steal pier for visitors, Escalante and Charles (twice, one of them penalty) put the duel favorable to the Gipuzkoan side, but Tone Garcia shortened distances with a lucky shot hitting the ball in Paulo Oliveira and go astray while Borja Mayoral achieved the final draw for the granotas in minute 91.Curiously, the coach of Eibar, José Luis Mendilibar, sat before on the Levantine bench. But not even with Balance in the bank, the I raised nor could he win in Ipurua, in the first season (2014-2015) of the Catalans in the First Division with Gariz Gaizka of technician That match, played on October 14, 2014, ended with a draw (3-3) in another ‘crazy’ clash. The visitor and exazulgrana Morales He advanced the Valencians, Camarasa the rent increased, but a Pedro López’s own goal and another of Saul Berjón matched the duel, Victor Casadesús got back for the pimples, and Piovaccari He scored the final 3-2 in the 92nd minute. It was the seventh league day, and, shortly after, Mendilibar was dismissed as a Levante coach. Total, Levante has passed 15 times in Ipurua, with 7 Eibar wins, and 8 draws, since in Second Division it has not known the victory either. In the category of ‘silver’, there was the biggest win achieved by the Guipuzcoans in Segunda, a resounding 7-0 with Blas Ziarreta of coach, on November 7, 2001, in the 2001-2002 campaign.Mallorca and Real SociedadThe Majorca will play next week, Saturday March 7 (13 hours), in Ipurua for the first time in the top category, so the Balearics do not know what it is to win in Eibarrés field in First division. In the only duel that the two teams have maintained in Primera, the Majorcans won 2-1 in the Estadi de Son Moix on the first day of the current season (2019-2020).Instead, Mallorca has won five times in Ipurua in Second Division, Meanwhile he Eibar He won two wins, without draws.The Gipuzkoan club has lowered ticket prices for duels against the I raised and the Majorca with the objective that the Eibarrés field be filled with Barça fans. Thus, partners and shareholders can buy additional tickets for 10 euros (5 euros for children); while the rest of fans will have 2×1 (two games at the price of one).Later it will be the turn of the Real society, who also doesn’t know the sweet taste of victory in Ipurua in First, although he has tasted it in Second division and also in Copa del Rey.The Gipuzkoan derby, which was postponed on Sunday, February 16 due to air pollution due to a fire at a landfill in Zaldibar, will be held on Tuesday, March 10 (20 hours) in Eibarrés fief. Tickets purchased are valid for the new date.
In addition, the remaining quarterfinals will play it Norwich City, which in overtime got rid of Tottenham de Mourinho, against the winner of the duel between Derby County and Manchester United, which will be played this Thursday.The quarterfinal matches will be played on the weekend of March 20-22. The draw for the FA Cup quarterfinals led to clashes between the Sheffield United and Arsenal, Newcastle United and Manchester City, and Chelsea against Leicester City.
The scenario that is presented in the immediate future for the clubs is unknown, but yes a fixed idea is being forged: in the event that the competition returns it will be without fans. The presence of followers in the stands seems ruled out in the coming months and in Oviedo its future will be played without the heat of its followers, one of its most powerful weapons. The blue club, which maintains its position of not playing without followers, is already thinking of alternatives to try to wink at its fans. As reported by the club, three possibilities have been evaluated to try to make fans carry football as well as possible without the stands full. The three ideas are under evaluation, pending different scenarios. The first is to create a sort of drive-in on the outskirts of the Tartiere to which the members can go and follow, at the same time as they play, the league clash, always inside the cars.Another possibility is to screen print the name of the team’s subscribers on a commemorative shirt. although it would not be possible for the remaining 11 days since new clothes cannot be used. The club values as possibilities to offer members the next anniversary jacket or use another one, such as the thermal used in warm-ups before the game.The third option devised in the Carbayona entity is for the next campaign and under the budget that it is not possible to go to the stadiums during the beginning of the competition. In that scenario, the club would try to reach an agreement with a television platform that owns the Second Rights so that the members can obtain a subscription with which they can follow only Oviedo’s matches.