The Professional Soccer League has informed the clubs that the next two days of the League will be postponed for at least two weeks. This has been sent to him through messages minutes after the summit that the employers, the Spanish Football Federation and the Association of Spanish Soccer Players in Las Rozas should maintain. LaLiga explained that as long as positives are not detected, they can continue training. It must be remembered that Real Madrid is in quarantine when a case is detected in the basketball section. This is the statement that LaLiga has issued after the meeting:“Given the circumstances known this morning, referring to the quarantine established at Real Madrid and the possible positives in players from other clubs, LaLiga considers that the circumstances are already in place to continue with the next phase of the protocol of action against COVID – 19. Consequently, in accordance with the measures established in Royal Decree 664/1997 of May 12, agrees to suspend at least the next two days. Said decision will be reevaluated after the completion of the quarantines decreed in the affected clubs and other possible situations that may arise.LaLiga, as organizer of the competition, has proceeded to notify the RFEF, the CSD and the Clubs. “The RFEF and AFE arrived at the meeting already convinced that the best thing is the postponement, since the World Health Organization (WHO) has already described the coronavirus as a “global pandemic”. LaLiga wanted to wait for the final council of the Ministry of Health, which also recommends the suspension.The next problem will be finding the dates to make up the lost days. At this point, sources from the RFEF itself do not rule out that UEFA, which in principle remains firm in its idea of holding the Euro Cup next June, finally agrees to delay the tournament for one year, until June 2021, and seek Thus, the national championships can end up extending this season until the beginning of next July. The pressure of the coronavirus, in addition, recommends the postponement of the Euro, a tournament scheduled to take place in 12 European cities with the displacement of millions of people throughout the continent.
…tells Magistrate “de weed weight wrong” A man, who has been jailed for three years for trafficking in narcotics, had objected to the amount of cannabis sativa he was accused of having.Victor Kipping of Trafalgar Village, West Coast Berbice, told Magistrate Rhondell Weaver at the Fort Wellington Magistrate’s Court, that he was guilty of the offence but with an explanation when the trafficking in narcotics charge was read to him.On February 7 last, at Trafalgar Village he had in his possession 345 grams of cannabis sativa (marijuana) for the purpose of trafficking.When asked what his explanation was, Kipping told the Court that the marijuana was wet at the time it was weighed and so the weight he was being charged for was incorrect.The Magistrate then entered a plea of not guilty and ordered that the accused be tried.During the trial, Detective Constable Quincy Colder told the court that on the day in question, police officers acting on information went to the home of the accused at Trafalgar Village and on seeing the officers he scaled a fence and jumped into a trench with a black plastic bag in his hand. Colder said an officer also jumped in and arrested him.Constable Travis Griffith told the court that the trench was in front of the yard that Kipping came out of. He told the court that he arrested the suspect, who had a plastic bag, in the trench.According to the officer when the bag was opened it contained other plastic bags which were all sealed.The leaves, stems and seeds of marijuana were in the inner bags. Griffith that the marijuana was well protected from water and it was weighed while dry.Kipping was found guilty and sentenced to three years and fined $50,000.
1. Chris Smalling has lost 33.3 per-cent of his Premier League appearances this season – Once tipped as a future Man United stalwart and backbone of the England defence, Chris Smalling has been regularly exposed for the Red Devils this season. The defender has been on the losing side in exactly a third of his appearances so far this season. When he took the role, Man United boss Louis van Gaal urged fans and the media not to judge him based on his first three months at the helm, but now, seven months on, very little looks to have changed at Old Trafford.Injury has played a huge role in United’s problems, with the Red Devils’s defence hit particularly badly, but in some respects, Van Gaal’s selection policy has been questionable.Above, we pick out the players to have played at least 10 Premier League fixtures with the worst loss rate.Click the arrows to see who features.*All stats correct up to 14 January 2015SEE THE MAN UNITED PLAYERS WITH THE HIGHEST WIN PERCENTAGES THIS SEASON HERE 3. Marouane Fellaini has the third highest LOSING percentage of any Man United player to have played 10-plus Premier League matches so far* this season, losing 25 per-cent of appearances – Click the arrow to see which players have an even worse losing rate! – The Belgian has enjoyed a better crack of the whip this season, but it seems as though he is still struggling to have the level of influence that he displayed at Everton, losing a quarter of matches in which he has featured. 2. Ander Herrera and Adnan Januzaj have been on the losing side in 27.3 per-cent of Man United’s Premier League games this season – Click the arrow to see which Red Devils’ player has the WORST loss rate… – The young duo have enjoyed mixed starts to the season, and while time is very much on their sides, they have worryingly been on the losing side in 27.3 per-cent of their respective matches. 3 3 3