UD Ibiza-bag group academy ball boys after racist video showing Sporting Gijon B & # 39; s Cuban goalie Christian Joel an & # 39; immigrant & # 39; names after competition match
- Christian Joel became the victim of racist abuse by some UD Ibiza ball boys
- The goalkeeper of Sporting Gijon B, originating from Cuba, became a & # 39; immigrant & # 39; called
- According to Marca, the ball boys also stole his hoody during the warm-up on Sunday
Spanish third grade UD Ibiza has confirmed they have a number of ball boys expelled from the club academy after feeling a racist video on social media for sportsman Gijon B. goalkeeper Christian Joel.
Spanish newspaper Marca reported that the ball boys had taken the hoody that belonged to Cuban player Joel while the goalkeeper was warming up for Sunday's 1-0 loss to the Balearic Island team.
Later that afternoon the goalkeeper received messages on social media from the ball boys, who were seen laughing and giving him an & # 39; immigrant & # 39 ;.
UD Ibiza fired a number of ball boys after feeling a racist video on social media against Sporting Gijon B goalkeeper Christian Joel (photo) not on Sunday) called him an & # 39; immigrant & # 39;
It led to Ibiza taking action. "There is no other alternative than for our club to expel these guys from the Academy with immediate effect and completely," the club said in a statement on Sunday.
"Ibiza is a sports entity formed by people with vastly different backgrounds, languages and upbringing.
& # 39; Here we work so that football is a meeting place and a place where everyone can get along , in which this king of conduct must be punished, reported and eliminated at the root. & # 39;
Ibiza, who was barely lost from Barcelona in the Copa del Rey earlier this year, is currently second in their regionalized Segunda B-table in the third level of Spanish football.
& # 39; Ibiza is a sporting entity formed by people with vastly different backgrounds, languages and upbringing & # 39 ;, the club announced in a statement after evicting their academy ball boys
& # 39; The security level is better but still not the best & # 39 ;: the Barcelona Twitter account was hacked for the second time by the same group because Spanish champions have a red face
- OurMine claimed responsibility in a post on the timeline of the Spanish giant today
- The post was removed from the page after telling Barca to improve their security
- It comes after Facebook & # 39; s Twitter and Instagram pages were hijacked by them
Barcelona Twitter account was hacked by the same group that broke into the Facebook page last week.
OurMine claimed responsibility in a message on the timeline of the Spanish giant, after having pulled a similar stunt in 2017.
The message reads: & # 39; Hello, we are OurMine . Well, this is the second time, the security level is better but still not the best. & # 39;
Then Barcelona went on to say: & # 39; Contact us to contact us: email@example.com. For security services, visit ourmine.org. & # 39;
The post was quickly removed from the Twitter page.
It comes after Facebook & # 39; s official Twitter and Instagram accounts were hijacked last Friday.
OurMine identified itself in the unauthorized messages – which were quickly removed after they were published.
In 2017 the hackers entered the rampage by hacking the Twitter pages of Barcelona, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai and HBO.
They placed on the page of the Catalan team: & # 39; Welcome Angel Di Maria to FC Barcelona! #DiMariaFCB. & # 39;
A second tweet has been posted by OurMine who claimed responsibility for the hoax and has issued an apology.
And a third time reading: & # 39; Let's get #FCBHack trending on Twitter. & # 39 ;
All were later removed when the Barcelona admins regained control of the account.
Someone believed to be a spokesperson for OurMine rather described it as a Saudi account promoting its own cyber security services.
They added that the purpose is to show people that everything is hackable & # 39 ;.
Tom Kohler-Cadmore has revealed his relief that he got a second chance at the international level 12 months after he felt that his career was & # 39; crashing & # 39 ;.
Last January, the Yorkshire batsman was suspended indefinitely from all England-related selection and was subsequently fined £ 2,000 for discrediting the game, along with Joe Clarke of Nottinghamshire, after coming for the court was named as members of a WhatsApp group that registered sexual conquests with women.
Although neither was accused of a crime, their former Worcestershire teammate Alex Hepburn was found guilty of rape during a new trial and held for five years in April.
Tom Kohler-Cadmore was suspended indefinitely for selection in England and fined £ 2,000
Alex Hepburn (R), a former te associate of Kohler-Cadmore, was found guilty of rape last April
But for the first time speaking profoundly about the inappropriate episode, Kohler-Cad more, who arrived in Australia on Wednesday for an eight-match tour with England Lions expressed his regret and admitted that in 2017 his behavior would end his dream of playing for his country.
The 25-year-old-old and Clarke had just finished training with England's second series at the ECB's Loughborough academy base when the team management told them they were withdrawing from the team on the eve of the tour through India.
& I received a telephone call from Andy Flower around half past three in the afternoon. I knew the trial was going on, but I had not planned any court action, so I was never in a position to think that I was in any danger of something like that, & he recalls.
& # 39; Flower asked my involvement. I told him everything I knew about the WhatsApps and then he told me that I was suspended because of the tour. It was very difficult to take because I had built up my entire career to be in the Lions and hopefully move on to England and it felt like everything was crashing.
Kohler-Cadmore, played here for de Lions in June 2018, was brought back into the team
& # 39 I didn't do it I want to look at my phone because every message I received felt bad news. I thought, "This is never gonna end." I was worried about being fired.
& # 39; Then it pushed everything further back with the new lawsuit. It was a really stressful period and I couldn't imagine what Joe was going through. & # 39;
Closure of species for the pair came last July when a cricket discipline commission punished them for their involvement.
As part of that, they were forced to attend educational lessons on sexual consent, but from a gaming perspective, their four-match bans were served in absentia in India, making them available for selection.
England Lions coach Andy Flower brought the news to Kohler-Cadmore about his suspension
Kohler-Cadmore says he knew that & # 39; there was no longer a black cross against my name & # 39; encouraged him in the final stages of the 2019 season, one in which he finished with 828 championship runs at 39.42, second only to Gary Ballance at Yorkshire.
Also named as the captain of the club Twenty20, he responded with an average of 62.14, the highest of a batsman who scored more than 365 points in the Vitality Blast.
In contrast, Clarke struggled. The 23-year-old was dropped for Nottinghamshire & # 39; s home quarter-final win over Middlesex in the Blast and only increased his championship average in the 1930s by two hundred against Warwickshire in the last home game of the campaign.
He did not make any of the Lions squadrons that were sent out to experience Australian conditions prior to the Ashes tour 2021-22.
Joe Clarke, 23, has none of the English Lions squadrons who toured Australia this winter
ECB Director Mo Bobat said: There were no disciplinary reasons why we had not chosen him. We don't draw lines through anyone. & # 39;
Now Kohler-Cadmore says: & # 39; I want to use my mistakes to prevent someone else from ending up in a similar situation. & # 39; He addressed the Yorkshire Academy for their use of social media and offered to speak in the pre-season smoking camps of the Professional Cricketers' Association after returning from the eight-match Down Under tour.
& # 39; If I can help young boys by giving them advice or knowledge, then it's a good thing to get out of a bad situation & # 39 ;, Kohler-Cadmore says.
& # 39; I was wrong. We all had our role in the group and it was meant as a bit of a joke between us. I know it's no joke now. I was the one who founded the group, but it was never intended to have such a result. It was just the three of us who were young, single boys. We were naive. & # 39;
The 23-year-old admits that the WhatsApp group was a & # 39; terrible idea & # 39; and a & # 39; really bad taste & # 39; had
& # 39; I know the WhatsApp group was a terrible idea, but at the time it was only messages between me and some friends in private. clearly in a bad taste, so I don't hide behind that For me it's about learning things like that.
& # 39; The whole period struck me hard and that is a good perspective on my career , given me more drive and desire to be back.
& Hopefully I can show what I can do in Australia and achieve my ambition to play for England. & # 39;
Major members of Juventus ultragroup arrested in large-scale action against Italian hooliganism while 12 fans are interrogated for alleged extortion, money laundering and violent crimes
- Juventus cooperated with the police to identify leaders of ultragroups
- The club wants to eradicate discomfort and violence in their home stadium
- Police investigations are taking place across the country, including in Turin and Milan
Twelve leaders of Juventus & # 39; ultra groups have been arrested as part of an investigation coordinated by Turin & # 39; s police station.
The accusations against ultrasound are for a series of crimes and searches are now underway in various cities as part of a crackdown on hooliganism in Italian football.
The ultra-leaders arrested have been accused of association with extortion, money laundering and private violence.
Searches are being conducted in Turin, Milan, Pescara, Asti, Como, Mantova and Genova.
The study covers all main groups of organized Juventus support: & # 39; Drughi & # 39 ;, & # 39; Tradizione-Antichistickes & # 39 ;, & # 39; Viking & # 39 ;, & # 39; Nucleo 1985 and & # 39; Quelli & # 39 ;.
Another 39 searches are ongoing in Italy on Monday, coordinated by the Central Directorate of Prevention Police and with the cooperation of the Digos, an Italian law enforcement agency.
The Violent Troublemakers of the & # 39; Curves & # 39; were identified and arrested for Juventus' cooperation with the police.
The Italian champions want to destroy the inconvenience and violence in their home stadium.
Verdict of the Europa League group stage of Manchester United: the men of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have to steam their weak opponents, despite having been given difficult long-haul journeys
- Manchester United expected sailing through Europe Group stage league
- The men of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer were drawn against Astana, Partizan and AZ Alkmaar
- But a disadvantage of their draw is the amount of travel they will have to do
Although they have to travel around 10,000 miles while the men of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer were set up against Astana, Partizan, AZ Alkmaar in group L.
United should easily sail through this group , but can curse some of those long journeys. Here, Sportsmail judge how the draw went for them …
Thursday, September 19 – Manchester Un ited v Astana – 20:00
Thursday, October 3 – AZ Alkmaar against Manchester United – 17.55 hrs
Thursday, October 24 – Partizan Belgrade against Manchester United – 17.55 hrs
Thursday Manchester United vs Partizan Belgrade – 20.00 hrs
Thursday, November 28 – Astana v Manchester United – 3.50 pm
Thursday, December 12 – Manchester United vs AZ Alkmaar – 8 pm
GROUP L OPPONENTS
The champions of Kazakhstan were one of the weakest matches in pot 2, so United will be happy to be pulled out by Paulo Ferreira on Friday
However, Astana enters the competition with a fully match-fit team because they already 23 we play matches in their national season. United could also have done it without having to do the 6,000-mile midweek to Kazakhstan.
The winger has already beaten in seven goals in six qualifiers.
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Qualified for the Champions League 2015-16 season but ended at the bottom of the group. Their best performance in Europe is reaching the first knockout rounds of the Europa League in 2017-18 before being defeated by Sporting Lisbon.
They will increase their chances of qualifying as second best for Untied.
Partizan will not pose too much of a threat to United, although Solskjaer men will certainly not look forward to the away match. The Serbs are known to create one of the most intimidating atmospheres in world football and it is up to United to deal with it.
They have eliminated the former Cast van Solskjaer in the qualifying round, so that the Norwegian would like to avenge that by taking six points from them in the groups.
The winger used to play for United, but never made the cut and wants to make a statement against his former side.
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They were runners to Real Madrid in the UEFA Cup final of 1965-66, but have rarely ventured out of the groups lately.
How they do it at home is the key to their chances, although they look slim on paper.
The Dutch side was one of the strongest in pot 4 and, as United will be pleased with how Friday's draw went.
AZ is a decent side and can draw some confidence from the fact that United has lost their last visits to the Netherlands – against PSV and Feyernoord.
The 20-year-old attacker scored three goals in six qualification matches of the European League and is already attracting a lot of attention.
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AZ has no rich history in European competitions and only made two games in the Champions League and 14 in the Europa League.
The Dutch side has a good mix of old heads and young starters and must qualify as second.
Manchester United will travel 9,238 miles
Where does United end up their group?
This group gives Solskjaer the opportunity to bleed some youngsters while still comfortably booking their place in the knockout rounds. They should run this group and really watch to get maximum points, or else the six matches will succeed unbeaten.
Rome announces that the club is negotiating & # 39; is with The Friedkin Group about taking over the club for £ 666m
- Rome is in conversation with the Friedkin Group about a potential large takeover of money
- The club has confirmed the negotiations but no deal has yet been concluded
- James Pallotta has been the president of the club for the past seven years
Rome has confirmed that they are negotiating a deal with the Friedkin Group takes over the club, but no deal has been reached yet.
Reports Reports in the Italian media during the weekend suggested that a deal had been reached for around £ 666m (€ 780m), ending the seven-year reign of James Pallotta.
However, no deal has yet been finalized, although the club has confirmed that conversations were going on in a statement on Sunday evening.
The statement read: & # 39; Referring to reports recently published in the press about a possible transaction involving AS Roma and The Friedkin Group, the company that is indirectly in charge. The ownership of AS Roma hereby informs the market that AS Roma and The Friedkin Group are negotiating with regard to a possible transaction.
& # 39; AS Rome informs that no definitive agreements have been formalized to date.
& # 39; Every possible transaction with The Friedkin Group remains subject to a successful completion of a due diligence at the AS Roma Group & # 39;
Pallotta has been president and majority shareholder since 2012 and is pushing for a new stadium.
However, there have been problems in the planning phase of potential development and he has not won a single trophy for control of the club for seven years.
Bayern Munich tops the charts for the most money earned from the Champions League group stage, while Germans take home £ 70 million, while English clubs collectively earn £ 241 million in participation
- ] The incredible financial figures for the Champions League group stage take place in
- Bayern Munich has so far earned more than any other club in the league
- Money flows from TV Turnover and is determined by ongoing achievements
Manchester City are the main earners of the Premier League clubs
The Bundesliga outfit rushed to comfortable qualification in Group B and won all six of their fixtures and clocks in a perfect state of service
With income from TV revenues flowing the pockets of the Bavarian generously in line with their £ 70 million payout making them the financially most rewarding club in the competition were just far.
As they demolished their necks know, Spanish titans raised a slice of £ 69m to Barcelona because they also run an unbeaten run together.
Juventus, who kneaded 16 points and avoided defeat in Group D, fell £ 68 million while Manchester City reached the top of English football with a check of £ 66 million.
CL TOP EARNERS
Bayern Munich – £ 70m
Barcelona – £ 69m
Juventus – £ 68m
Man City – £ 66m
Liverpool – £ 65m
Paris Saint German – £ 64m
Real Madrid – £ 64m
Chelsea – £ 62
Atletico Madrid – £ 62
Borussia Dortmund – £ 54
The Premier League parties in the league, each having booked their places in the latter 16, should have a collective £ 241m in their treasury.
City, Liverpool and Chelsea each ranked in the top 10 earners at this early point in the competition.
Jurgen Klopp's ruling European champions were rewarded with a payout of £ 65 million, while Frank Lampard's Chelsea cost £ 62 million
Spurs, despite the fact that he won the final of last year Madrid had brought home less than Borussia Dortmund and Napoli by banking £ 49 million.
Financial figures were produced by the football company blog SwissRamble which gathered the information on performance-based payouts together with payouts.
With the knockout stage on the horizon, several conflicts of the titans have been thrown in for the new year.
Pep Guardiola & # 39; s City will have Real Madrid test its references while Liverpool faces Atletico and Tottenham take on high-flying German side RB Leizpig
Top earners Bayern close horns with Chelsea, in what is a repeat of the Champions League final of 2012.
Wolves & Europa League group stage judgment: Premier League side must continue to fly against Braga and Slovan Bratislava … but beware of a possible banana peel away at Besiktas
Wolves Were handed favorable group stage draw in their first European outing for 38 years, against Besiktas, Braga and Slovan Bratislava
The Premier League side overcame Crusaders, Pyunik and Torino to book their place in the Europa League right, and have now succeeded in avoiding all really annoying tires.
Although it will not be easy, Nuno Espirito Santo and his players will enjoy their chances of reaching the knockout stages. Here, Sportsmail advises their group …
WOLVES FIXTURE S
Thursday, September 19 – Wolves v Braga
Thursday, October 3 – Besiktas v Wolves
Thursday, October 24 – Slovan Bratislava v Wolves
Thursday November 7 – Wolves v Slovan Bratislava
Thursday November 28 – Braga v Wolves
Thursday December 12 – Wolves v Besiktas
Group K opponents
Star man: Burak Yilmaz
If anyone knows the way in the Turkish competition, it is Yilmaz. He played for all four top clubs and in his last period with Trabzonspor he scored 28 goals in 32 games. He delivered 11 in 15 last season, and as soon as he returns from a foot injury after a few weeks, he will almost certainly shoot back.
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After not coming from a group with Sarpsborg, Malmö and Genk last season, the Turkish side will be desperate to move forward this year . Their best Europa League finish ever was in 2016-17 when they were eliminated by penalties by Lyon in the quarterfinals.
Always a tough place to go, with a noisy fan base and a long travel time. This will be the banana peel for wolves.
3,312 miles round trip
Star man: Ricardo Horta
Signed from Malaga in 2017, Horta
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They reached the end in 2011 and lost 1 -0 to colleague P Portuguese side Porto in Dublin. Most recently, they won their group in 2015-16 before beating FC Sion in the last 32. They defeated Fenerbahce in the last 16, but then lost to Shakhtar Donetsk in the quarterfinals.
Reached the group stage by beating Brondby and Spartak Moscow and will see your chances if they can find a shape. Wolves should have too much, but you just never know in a competition like this. The draw will also see much of the Portuguese contingent of Wolves return to their home country.
1,634 miles round trip
Star man: Andraz Sporar
Last week he enjoyed a productive season with 29 goals and therefore set the record for most goals in a Slovakian top season. He also played 13 teams for the Slovenian national team and already has three goals in two league games this season.
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Because of their status in Slovak football, they are regulars in the Europa League – but it is already a good season. They were eliminated in the first round for the Champions League qualification, but then passed three Europa League qualifying rounds to reach the group stage for the first time since 2014-15. Their best Europa League finish ever is a group stage exit.
In theory, this should be six points for Wolves when they play to the top of their game. Although a bit of a long trip to Slovakia, they are much better despite their lack of experience in comparison. Playing in front of an empty stadium in Slovakia – due to a threatening UEFA ban – should invalidate any advantage that Bratislava would have by a hostile atmosphere.
1,796 miles round trip
Wolves will travel 6,742 miles during the group phase
Where will wolves end up in the group?
Verdict: Wolves must be at the top of the group, given their squadron and the opponents they encounter. There are a few potential slip-ups, especially with the trip to Turkey, but Nuno & # 39; s side is probably strong enough to break through.
& # 39; You like to see us suffer but more games are madness & # 39 ;: Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is raging about plans to add more games to the Champions League group stage in the future
- Plans to expand the Champions League format currently being discussed
- There are teams that have to play 10 games instead of six in the group phase
- Jurgen Klopp has attacked plans to add more games to the competition
- Liverpool manager also mocked the organization of the Club World Cup
- Liverpool are to fly to Qatar on Sunday for their semi-final on Wednesday
Liverpool manager manager ] Jurgen Klopp wanted to add more games to the Champions League group stage and mocked the organization of the Club World Cup as table toppers accelerated in a hectic holiday schedule with a win over Watford
Klopp and his are flying to Qatar on Sunday to participate in the Club World Cup and play their first game on Wednesday, the day after a team book plays Aston Villa at Anfield in the quarter finals of the Carabao Cup.
Klopp attacked the idea that Saturday some of England's major clubs were party to a plan to add four games to the group stage of the Champions League of 2024-25. He said: & # 39; You all love to see us suffer. That's how it is.
& # 39; You look a little worried, but in the end no one really cares. We have to deal with it. We talk about it, nobody else talks about it and when you talk about it, it's like I don't know exactly what they want.
& # 39; Today I read an article that the top clubs want to do more games in the Champions League or whatever and I am not involved in these plans. That is also absolutely b *******.
& # 39; We can talk about everything this week, but we have to cut games and not put them in anymore.
& # 39; But until then we have to do what we do. We will do that and we are quite positive about it, but it is clear that we need every point we can get, because it is a tough and long season. You can make early reviews, but that is not possible, we just have to restore for the next game. & # 39;
Touched by an injury to Gini Wijnaldum and already dealing with the absences of Dejan Lovren and Joel Matip, Klopp admitted that his team is starting to feel the effects of the season's intensity.
He also made it clear he was annoyed that matches in the final stages of the Qatar tournament would now all be played at the Khalifa International Stadium after attempts to get the Education City Stadium ready in time for the final moment were canceled.
& # 39; I think it's raining there, which doesn't help the field, & # 39; Klopp said, after Liverpool extended their unbeaten start of the season to 17 games and their lead over Leicester City to 10 points with a 2-0 win over the basement team of Nigel Pearson. "And it is the one pitch we all play on, which is a sensationally good organization.
" Where all the games are on one pitch and it rains. I'm not sure if people in Qatar are used to a lot of rain. We will see what the field will be like. That is a bit of a problem.
& # 39; But if we didn't go to Qatar right now, we would play mid-week against Aston Villa, then West Ham, right? The only difference is that we fly for seven and a half hours. But that is normal. & # 39;
CHRIS WHEELER AT OLD TRAFFORD: Two weeks ago, some shouted for Ole Out after Manchester United & # 39; s youth team lost to Astana in a dead rubber.