Lamar – Katie Buckley, Evelyn Chavez, Meghan Dupree, Evie Reavis, Alexandra Sokolova, Georgia Tuckfield, Katy Whiteoak UIW – Luis Barba, Garett Cortez, Jairo Cruces, Deion Hardy, Adam Herrera, Tyler Martin, Cesar Moreno, Isaiah Murillo, Israel Orihuela, Jorge Quinter, Christopher Winski The women’s 6K race begins at 9:15 a.m. CT while the men’s 10K starts at 10:15 a.m. The top two teams and the first four finishers in the race not associated with those two teams will advance to the NCAA Championships, held Nov. 18 in Louisville, Ky. UIW – Dominique Allen, Elizabeth Alvarado, Stephanie Diaz, Madison Henry, Megan Hernandez, Danielle Martinez, Katelyn Mead, Damallie Ortiz, Katherine Ramirez, Keila Rodriguez, Karina Velez, Emily Wilson Abilene Christian – John Baker, Ryan Cleary, Seth Crockett, Drew Cummings, Roy Kipkorir, Conner Miller, Travis Nicholls On the women’s side, UIW and Abilene Christian feature the most entries in the conference with 12 and 9, respectively. South Central Regional Championships HomepageCOLLEGE STATION, Texas – The 2017 NCAA Division I Cross Country South Central Regional Championships get underway tomorrow with 76 men’s athletes and 71 women’s athletes representing the Southland Conference. Both fields feature 29 schools with the men’s field numbering 215 total athletes while the women’s race includes 231 competitors. For a full list of entries, box draws, course maps and more, visit the South Central Regional Championships Homepage, courtesy of host institution Texas A&M. Southland Conference Men’s Entries Alexandria Hackett and twin sister Michaela headline a senior trio with Diana Garcia-Munoz. The three finished in the top three spots at the 2017 conference championships with Alexandria taking first place with a 6K time of 20:27.8. The Wildcats won their second team title in three years. Stephen F. Austin – Claire Crone, Elizabeth Guerra, Christina Hernandez, Courtney High, Brittany Innis, Kelsey Ramirez, Taryn Surratt Eleven Southland men’s teams will compete at the regional race, with UIW leading the way with 11 entries. Houston Baptist and McNeese will each race nine athletes while Abilene Christian, Central Arkansas, Lamar, Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin all have entered seven runners. Central Arkansas – Preston Borg, Brant Cook, Jared Hamilton, Jaron Hamilton, Julien Jeandree, Anthony Rono, Markus Schweikert Northwestern State – Brandon Lewis-Graham, Joshua Wilkins The men are led by Lamar standout Jamie Crowe. The junior finished first at the 2017 Southland Conference Championships with an 8K time of 24:29.1, pacing his team to a fifth-straight title, 16th overall and 11th in the last 12 years. At last year’s NCAA regional race, the Cardinals finished sixth out of 20 teams to lead all competing Southland schools. The top returning runner from all league runners is Lamar senior Federico Gasbarri. In his 2016 junior campaign, he finished 26th out 142 with a 10K time of 31:17.5. New Orleans – Aaron Albert, Kaleb Chanet, Jacob Fitts, Mark Golay, Lucas Marcello McNeese – Edna Cheptum, Alex Eykelbosch, Jessica Fox, Imogen Hull, Gladys Jerotich, Alissa Lander, Estela Pina, Katja Woelfl Houston Baptist – Faith Crayton, Miracle Crayton, Brielle Eskridge, Katie Haring, Callista Harris, Arielle Price, Lauren Stockton Sam Houston State – Grant Buley, Alex Hernandez, Jordan Leon, Jeffrey Moore, Stephen Southall, Cameron Theriot, David Zavala Stephen F. Austin – Evan Barron, Larry Deramus, Pedro Flores, Quinlin McGregor, Caleb Pickett, Jeremy Rich, Erick Rotich McNeese – Brian Flanagan, Eric Greene, William Hamilton, Niall Holt, Luke Horgan, Oliver James, Nathan Jones, Daniel Saina, Enrique Soto Houston Baptist – Stephen Aguilar, Carlos Arias, Christian Dickey, Cody Hammonds, Enrique Perez, Enoch Ramirez, Daniel Shelton, Zion Walker, Christos Zachariou Abilene Christian – Sierra Bennett, Diana Garcia-Munoz, Briahna Gerlach, Carnley Graham, Alexandria Hackett, Michaela Hackett, Hannah Marut, Allison Taylor, Soren Underwood Lamar – Matthew Arnold, Jamie Crowe, Keith Fallon, Kyle Garcia, Federico Gasbarri, Cormac Kelly, James Stockings Sam Houston State – Hailey Chorn, Camry Grigsby, Denise Jones, Kassandra Luna, Briana McCall, Meaghen Seales, Hannah Tarrant Lamar women return the top finisher from last season’s regional race in senior Evelyn Chavez. She finished 21st out of 144 in 2016 with a 6K time of 21:09.7. Southland Conference Women’s Entries Nicholls – Lucija Barac, Eleana Callejas, Taylor Douglas, Hannah Naquin, Courtney Troxclair Central Arkansas – Taylor Dunn Nicholls – Tristan Breaux, Daryl Cooper, Teril Cooper, Trey Lowery, John Paul Spera Texas A&M-Corpus Christi – Valentina Campos, Sydney Cole, Allyson Girard, Bridgette Kozar, Morgan McCutchen, Samantha Miller, Cynthia Quiroga, Liz Romo
JOSE MOURINHO has warned Christian Eriksen he will pick the team with the future in mind – casting doubt over the Dane’s involvement under the Special One.The playmaker started on the bench against West Ham on Saturday and could face further spells on the sidelines after his manager’s comments.2 Jose Mourinho has warned Christian Eriksen he will consider the future when deciding whether to pick himCredit: AFP or licensorsSpeaking ahead of Tottenham’s Champions League clash with Olympiakos tomorrow, Mourinho was asked about Eriksen’s role in the squad.Eriksen is keen to leave North London and has spoken of his desire for a “new challenge”.Mourinho was quick to respond, claiming Eriksen’s selection will be based on a “perspective of the future”.Pressed further on exactly what was said, Mourinho rervealed he had talks with the Dane.But remaining coy, he explained: “I’m not going to tell you what we said.”Just between me and him – and Amazon.”Despite the seemingly veiled jibe, Mourinho added Eriksen is “committed, loves the club and is one of us”.He added: “The important thing is that he’s committed with us so let’s not talk about his future, let’s not talk about what is going to happen.MOST READ IN FOOTBALLTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’NEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for him “Is he leaving? Is he staying? Let’s talk about his commitment for the club and for his colleagues and for the project and he’s with us.“My decisions about starting him or not starting, selecting or not select, will be based on a perspective of a future.”I cannot hide that. It will also be based on a perspective of a future.”We have a present and in football we have to focus on the present, in this case the game tomorrow, but it’s a club where you have to think about the future.“These important decisions obviously they have an influence on my decisions as a head coach, but the important thing is that Christian staying or leaving, he’s that type of guy who easily I could understand.”A proper guy, loves the club, loves his colleagues, amazing colleague in the dressing room. So it doesn’t matter what, he’s one of us until the last day.”2These latest comments add fuel to the fire which started ahead of the game at London Stadium on Saturday.Mourinho claimed he needed to “understand what is in Christian’s mind or heart” before making a decision on his future.Meanwhile, the Portuguese also revealed there is “no chance” of Tottenham signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic.The pair worked together at Manchester United, but the Special One has no interest in signing him for Spurs.He said: “You are right about the connection – but we have one of the top strikers in England.”It doesn’t make any sense of a striker of Zlatan’s dimension to come to a club where we have Harry Kane.”Jose Mourinho says he is not thinking of Champions League glory yet
Southampton boss Hasenhuttl rages at ‘joke’ VAR failure as Tanganga handball goes unchecked in draw with Spurs TOTTENHAM are set to bolster their attacking options with the signing of PSV attacker Steven Bergwijn, according to reports.Jose Mourinho is desperate to recruit a new forward player, with his squad depleted by the long-term absence of Harry Kane.2 Bergwijn has netted five goals in the Eredivisie this seasonCredit: Getty – ContributorSpurs appear to be impressed by Bergwijn’s versatility, with the 22-year-old having been deployed across PSV’s front line.And according to FOX Sports, Mourinho and Daniel Levy have met with the player’s representatives this week as they attempt to thrash out a deal.Bergwijn is expected to set the Lilywhites back £30million, with the deal set to be complete within the next 48 hours.PSV say that a deal has yet to be agreed with Spurs but the wheels are in motion.PSV host FC Twente in the Eredivisie on Sunday afternoon, but Bergwijn has been withdrawn from the matchday squad ahead of his move to North London.The club’s interim coach Ernest Faber said Bergwijn had asked to be left out of the squad because of the transfer.Faber said: “It’s his choice. We only need players who are 100 per cent focused on PSV.”Known as a direct dribbler with an eye for goal, the Dutch international has won seven caps for his country and is set to feature for Ronald Koeman’s side at Euro 2020 in the summer.He has made 29 appearances in all competitions for PSV this season, netting six goals and assisting a further 13.Standing at 5ft 10in, Bergwijn fits a different profile to most of the forward options that Spurs have been chasing this month.It is thought that Mourinho has been after a burly target man centre forward, with the likes of Willian Jose and Islam Slimani having been linked with the North Londoners.2 PSV chiefs are set for a fan backlash for selling their star manCredit: Getty Images – GettySPURS NEWS LIVE: Follow all the latest news on TottenhamLATEST SPURS NEWSHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summerYOU KAN DO ITKlinsmann quit Spurs to win trophies but says Kane’s better off stayingTURBULENT PAIRINGDrogba and Mido had mid-flight brawl after stewardess prank went wrongBut the 57-year-old is also known to like players that are versatile and Bergwijn ticks that box.Spurs have scored only two goals in four Premier League matches since the turn of the year, with Son Heung-min and Lucas Moura made to carry the workload upfront.The South Korean was on the scoresheet at St Mary’s yesterday, as Tottenham scrapped to a 1-1 FA Cup fourth round draw with Southampton.
Former Panther Braidon Burns had a disastrous game under the high ball in his return to Pepper Stadium, spilling a Nathan Cleary spiral kick that resulted in Dallin Watene-Zelezniak crossing the following set.The Kiwi international linked with his brother for the Panthers opening try after Te Maire Martin kept the ball alive on the last to find the pairing on the left-edge, before Malakai Watene-Zelezniak threw a pass for Dallin to get the home side on the board. The brothers linked again minutes later when Dallin raced 30 metres off a quick tap to find Malakai in the wings before Edwards placed a slick grubber that earnt the Panthers a repeat set. Rookie centre George Jennings almost jagged a try back for the Rabbitohs, but strong defence held the Panthers junior up over the line.Rabbitohs hooker Damian Cook conceded a penalty in front but Anthony Griffin’s side resisted the chance to level the game up and were rewarded when rookie Corey Harawira-Naera went over untouched when Cleary put the back-rower into a hole. Another Cleary spiralling kick was well contained by Alex Johnston at the back, however Cody Walker was pinned for blocking Martin and the Panthers took the two points on offer to go up by six.Walker would make up for the error to get the visitors back to even before the break, sliding his way over after a run-around play with John Sutton on the Bunnies’ left-edge.Reynolds converted out wide with scores level at half-time.A poor pass from Robbie Farah straight after the break pressure on the visitors, but Walker ensured the Rabbitohs took the lead when he again showed a piece of brilliance to keep the ball alive for Reynolds to slide over for his first try of the season.The Bunnies looked to go close again but Sutton missed an opportunity to pass for Walker after busting through a yawning Panthers gap, before two more errors from Burns kept the Anthony Griffin’s side in the game with nine minutes to play. Trent Merrin threw a pass to the wrong man to let South Sydney off the hook, but another repeat set shortly after handed the Panthers the ultimate chance to strike as the clock showed six minutes remaining. A strong hit from Sutton and Cook jolted the ball free from Cleary, but the halfback later delivered the ultimate showing of calmness to slot the sideline conversion to Oldfield’s late try, before Reynolds’ clutch kick at the death ensured the Rabbitohs would not get beat in this one.Rabbitohs 21 (S. Burgess, Walker, Reynolds tries; Reynolds 4 goals; Reynolds 1 field goal) defeated Panthers 20 (D. Watene-Zelezniak, Harawira-Naera, Oldfield tries; Cleary 4 goals) at Pepper Stadium. Half-time: 14-all. Crowd: 15,535. A late try to former Rabbitoh Michael Oldfield with four minutes left got the Panthers level after the Rabbitohs controlled most of the second half, before the cool head of Reynolds slotted the one-pointer from 20 metres out to notch up the Bunnies’ third win of the season.The halves pairing of Reynolds and Cody Walker led the side superbly, while skipper Sam Burgess performed strongly up front for arguably his best game so far in 2017.A terrible pass from Panthers centre Dean Whare to Dylan Edwards found the ground three minutes into the clash and the Panthers conceded a penalty when Siosifa Talakai was held down too long on the attack following the error.The visitors opted for two points in front via Reynolds, before back-rower Angus Crichton broke through from the kick restart to find Sam Burgess in support with the Bunnies skipper crashing into the posts for his first four-pointer of 2017 and giving the visitors the perfect start.
The eight participating teams include host Tahiti with preliminary stage winners Samoa, defending champions New Zealand, New Caledonia, Fiji, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu.Just one side was seeded for the draw – hosts Tahiti into position A1 – with the remaining teams drawn into positions at random.Group A is completed by a strong line-up of performers based on 2015 results with semi-finalists Vanuatu and New Caledonia joining runners-up Tahiti while Papua New Guinea round off the group.In Group B Fiji, Solomon Islands and Samoa will have the defending champions New Zealand to contend with.The 2017 edition of the OFC U-17 Championship will be held in Papeete, Tahiti from 11-24 February.
Lunin, great poster despite its ostracism Andriy Lunin enjoys football again. At 20 and rOnce landed at Real Oviedo, he already enjoys his first chance since the starting lineup. Something that has not been usual for him in the last two years, in which he has tiptoed through Leganés Y Real Valladolid. This is football: Madrid wanted to find a place in the First Division to be forged as a goalkeeper of the future, but he found himself on the road with experienced goalkeepers in the Spanish championship as Cuellar or Masip and ended his bond without devoting himself to the goal.In fact, Lunin himself acknowledged in an interview in Football Hub that Leganés paid a fine to Real Madrid for not giving him enough opportunities. “Something was written in my contract with Lega about my minutes in the club, but I don’t know exactly what“he said. And in his first assignment he hardly counted for Pellegrino and, therefore, could not have the minutes he would have liked to shoot and start his way to be the guardian of the goal of the Santiago Bernabéu sooner rather than later . However, its stage in Butarque can be considered even more positive than that of Valladolid. In League, He played four games in which he conceded five goals. In the Cup, he only started in sixteenths, where his team achieved the classification against Rayo Vallecano. Even so, a very poor baggage for the talent he projects, which led Madrid to find a new destination. Was the Valladolid, where he only played two rounds coperas in front of Tolosa and Marbella. Before this last one he was one of the great protagonists when stopping two penalties in the fateful batch. Real Madrid opted for a young Ukrainian goalkeeper based on his brilliant performances. Although Leganés and Valladolid have not given him the expected minutes, he still has an important international cartel. Similarly, he was 15th in the Golden Boy vote and it was in the ‘Top 10’ of Kopa Trophy. In addition, regardless of not playing in his club, the Ukrainian team has continued to bet on him regularly.Previously, In the U-20 World Championship, he was proclaimed the best goalkeeper in the competition and contributed in an outstanding way in which his team proclaimed itself as champion. A championship that Madrid understood that it was reason enough to take over the goal of a First team. Valladolid asked for it, but Sergio González has preferred that Masip be the protagonist in search of permanence.Break of assignment and march to OviedoAlthough he had signed until June 30 in Pucela, Real Madrid opted to break the transfer so that six more months would not be paid to the bench. There was no clause that allowed it, but the relationship between Valladolid and the white entity is outstanding and there was no objection in reaching an agreement. AS reported that several offers arrived at the Bernabéu offices, but that it was intended in a club that guaranteed you to have minutes.Said and done, Lunin arrives in Oviedo to snatch the post of holder from Nereo Champagne and to have to face the pressure of contributing to the permanence of a team that is in the lower part of LaLiga SmartBank. For the moment, Javier Rozada has kept his word and just a few days after signing his contract, he debuted as headline before Almeria. One more step before becoming the second Real Madrid goalkeeper, who knows if next season …
The Federation, which had received two nominations to organize the final, La Cartuja and the Metropolitan, has decided on Seville after the commitment acquired by Javier Imbroda, Minister of Education and Sports of the Junta de Andalucía, which had requested the Federation to organize the Copa del Rey during the next four editions. Imbroda, in addition, undertakes to pay an amount that the Madrid City Council did not reach despite the interest of its mayor, Martínez-Almeida. That of April 18 will be the third final of the Copa del Rey to be played at the La Cartuja stadium, which has now hosted two other years: that of 1999 between Valencia and Atlético de Madrid and that of 2001 between Zaragoza and the Celtic. With the next four Cup finals, the Junta de Andalucía intends to relaunch the Seville Coliseum, built in its day under a large chimera: that Betis and Sevilla shared the stadium. After the visit that the technicians of the Federation made on Monday to the stadium of La Cartuja of which this newspaper reported in scoop, the reports presented make favorite to Seville to organize the final of the Copa del Rey next April 18. If the Andalusian Board also complies with its investment plan, which amounts to more than fifteen million euros, the Andalusian Coliseum will be the fixed headquarters of the Copa del Rey during the next three editions. The RFEF Contracting Board will meet on Wednesday and the election of La Cartuja could be official on Friday.
24 The decline of Tottenham: “The Champions League final was a very special moment in the history of Tottenham because it was their first time. Being there was great and beautiful, but if you lose, the next day is like the end of the world. That is how it works. Then it was difficult People were still sad for the final when the season started, after getting some bad results, you fall into a spiral that you are not used to and that it is not easy to leave, but if you look at the Premier League, there is only one team that really stands out. The others try to find their place, not just Tottenham. Some seasons are like that. “Daniel Levy controlled his future: “I didn’t think about leaving until he got serious. In the end, it comes down to those that Tottenham wants or what Inter, as well as other clubs, want to pay. In the end you are controlled by Totenham, by Daniel Levy. He is who says “yes” or “no.” You try to be as professional as possible or not to force anything in any way. “The decision to go to Inter Milan: “For a few years, I really was not willing. Of course we talked about it and listened to both what was possible and what was not, but in the end, I personally wanted a new challenge. Staying in the Premier League would have been the easy solution. Of course staying would have been a solution, but I wanted to try new challenges in another country. When Inter came it wasn’t a really difficult decision. “Language: “I’m not the only one who can’t understand everything in Italian. It’s funny because many players have arrived and that doesn’t happen often. I don’t know what makes it easier. You can talk to them about where to live, what kind of house you are looking for, what it’s happened and what doesn’t. But that really doesn’t matter, it depends on how you adapt to the group and this is a group with great people and players. “ Christian Eriksen gave an interview to the BBC in which he explained how his last months were with the Tottenham shirt. He admits that it felt like the “black sheep” and that every game was like goodbye. Account that Jose Mourinho He treated him well when he commented on his intentions and acknowledged that Daniel Levy He is the one who controlled his future.Last stage in Tottenham: “The last years in England have been frantic. After what I said in the summer, it was only when I was going to leave. Each game was like ‘is it going or not going?’. Obviously many people talked about it. Even when the fans see you on the street, they thanked you and wished you good luck. It was a bit weird. It’s good for my head to be in a place where I can start from scratch. “In and out of the team: “I wouldn’t say it affected me. In England, when you have little contract time left, it’s like you have to go now. You’re gone. In the end, I played about thirty farewell games. It was like ‘this could be your last game “Again and again. My head was ready to try something new but I felt that if nothing came I would still be ready to fight for my place. I was not a different player in that regard, but I was on and off the team. However , if I had four years of contract, this season would have been difficult after the Champions League final. “The black sheep: “If you have a short contract, you will be the black sheep. Of course, I did the interview and I was very sincere. I felt I had to be honest. I didn’t want to hide like other players do. Each one is different. I was honest and I wanted to say it out loud. They blamed me for many things, for being the bad boy. I read that he was a bad person in the locker room, even that since I wanted to leave it was not good that I was there. During the last years, if something happens, any player would think in leaving, but I was the guy who said it publicly. “Mourinho knew how to understand him: “When the transfer window is not open, you can only talk. There could be nothing concrete. I think Mourinho did it well. He could have said ‘if he wants to leave he won’t play anymore’, but he didn’t do that. Then he I said what I felt and what I would like to do and he just told me that he was happy and that if he needed me he would play. I was necessary in some matches where I made a difference. It was more an extra than a headline. “
If there is an adjective that defines Numancia it is ‘humility’, from the club, is more done than is said?You are talking to a person who has lived for many years linked to the world of marketing, where right now he is on an eighth plane. If you are waiting to tell what you do, you stop doing it. I refuse to accept that CD Numancia stop doing something to tell about it. We are in a moment where there is more to do and not so much counting.I know that you are calling, including you, partners with more than 70 years, who are the most vulnerable seem with this epidemic … What a different 75th anniversary…Absolutely. We would have loved that all this week was a celebration and also this Saturday against Real Oviedo with whom we should play, acts where clubs were, the Municipal Music Band, former presidents … we have been left with an event that will not be a celebration but Yes, a reminder of the extraordinary history of CD Numancia and we will not pass the opportunity. It will be a digital event of more than 12 hours where many people like Teledeporte, GolTv, TVE are joining together and whose objective is to accompany our partners and supporters, in addition to raising funds to help in the crisis we are in.CD Numancia could not miss the opportunity to collaborate with the appeal of SOSoria …At first it seemed that Soria would be the quiet area that it is but quite the opposite. We have had high rates of contagion, sad moments and from the club we do everything humanly possible to support, not only financially, but all kinds of initiatives, such as making our International Academy available to all the doctors who want to come. They have called me from IFEMA to tell me about the available beds and that we were closer to Madrid than to Valladolid, I notified those responsible for the Hospital de Soria as well as the mayor … We are trying to support everything we can, not only me, but all the club structure. And what a coincidence that it is on the 75th anniversary and the peak, damn peak, on our birthday. CD Numancia is one more person and must feel like one. It was a beautiful initiative, including the players, they set out to do it and it was a rewarding experience, each with their lives, their fears and their doubts. My anecdote is that one of the people I called the next day called the office to ask if it was true that he had talked to me, others told me who his favorite player was, and these players will call them this week. We try to make everything more, we will talk again, especially with those who were a little sadder.When the daily life returns, in which soccer is included, all the acts that have had to be postponed will still be there if they wish, they have not been canceled …First this ends soon and we can think about it. I like the idea, I hadn’t even considered it. The former presidents, Víctor (Martín Ortega), the employees who have been for so many years … people who deserve the memory, or the supporters … We must turn the pages and the celebration must take place, I agree. We had purchased products like medals and so on.The LFP has put ERTE’s proposal on the table. How is the situation of raising it right now in CD Numancia?We are analyzing it. In view of the events it is not the same as we were on March 1, or March 8 or even today. It is something that is alive. At first we had discarded it outright and now we consider it like the rest of the clubs. We consider all the routes, ERTE and agreement, ERTE, we analyze everything.In this life everyone defends their interests. The president of CD Numancia is a supporter of the null season, to remain as is the classification right now? What do you prefer?I sincerely advocate the integrity of the competition, those who must ascend and those who descend must ascend. We should work solely and exclusively for the competition to end, whenever: in June or August. Not only for the economic decline but for the integrity of the competition. Speculating about not finishing the competition for partisan interests would seem to me little solidarity and that would say little about us, even selfishness.From their company, SportYou, they donated shoes signed by the ill-fated Kobe Bryat for the ACB in the campaign launched by Nadal and Gasol #NuestraMejorVictoria. Do you have more jewelry like that?It would be good. Some more things we have but it is true that this was the most precious, before death it was something incredible and unfortunately now imagine the value it has. We thought it was appropriate to donate it at this time. Money is important but right now there are things that matter more.
Pinto was in preventive detention since March 22, 2019, after being extradited by Hungary, for the disclosure of the documents of the Football Leaks scandal, which revealed corruption and irregularities in the world of soccer. For this case, he is awaiting trial for 90 crimes: 68 of improper access, 14 of violation of correspondence, six of illegitimate access, one of computer sabotage and another of attempted extortion.When I was in prison last January, The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists made public the Luanda Leaks scandal, which includes more than 700,000 files detailing the alleged schemes used by the Angolan businesswoman Isabel Dos Santos to divert public money from Angola to tax havens. The files were provided by Pinto, as he himself confirmed from prison, where he warned that “there is still much that the Portuguese deserve to know“The Portuguese authorities have in their possession hard drives of the hacker with encrypted information that they have not yet been able to access and Pinto’s defense insisted that he was willing to reach an agreement with the Police to collaborate with the Justice. The Portuguese hacker Rui Pinto, who revealed the Football Leaks and Luanda Leaks scandals, today left the prison where he was preemptively for a year and will live in the custody of the Portuguese Judicial Police (PJ). In a statement sent to EFE, Pinto’s defense reported that the complainant “is now subject to the measure of obligation of residential permanence, with the prohibition of internet access, under the responsibility of the Judicial Police. “According to the Portuguese media, Pinto will live in a PJ facility, after reaching an agreement to collaborate with justice and decrypt several hard drives with information that was apprehended by the authorities. The Portuguese defense “trusts that other steps will be taken in the sense of the total freedom of its constituent, whose revelations contributed greatly to the fight against great criminality, mainly economic crimes,” the statement said.