3. On the other hand, the sixth Additional Provision (safeguarding of the job post) states that ‘extraordinary measures in the labor sphere provided for in this Royal Decree-law will be subject to the company’s commitment to maintain employment for a period of six months from the date of resumption of activity. ’Exposed the previous thing, the Association of Spanish Soccer players wants to manifest and report the following:• AFE has learned that some club has not informed the representation of the footballers when it comes to launching an ERTE, despite the fact that it is clearly included in the Royal Decree-law.• AFE will denounce, as it has already done in some cases, this type of practices promoted by a club, which He has not informed the footballers in detail, nor has he done so with the union.• As the provisions of the Royal Decree-Law have not been complied with in any case, AFE has already informed a club, something it will continue to do, that will transfer the situation to the competent labor authority.• Our association wants to remember, in relation to women’s football, that the Royal Decree-law is after the signing of the Collective Agreement, so We understand and hope that the club / s in question will have conveniently transferred to the labor authority the updating of the contracts in accordance with the provisions of the agreement.• By last, We want to remember that the State of Alarm decreed throughout the country does not mean living in a State of Illegality. The Association of Spanish Footballers (AFE) has issued a statement on Tuesday in which it denounces irregularities in the processing of ERTEs in Spanish football and in which I remember what the current legislation is so that things are done correctly.The full statement is this:“The Association of Spanish Soccer Players, as the majority union in the field of soccer, masculine and feminine, in our country, wants to recall a series of aspects of importance in relation to what is established in the ‘Royal Decree-Law 8/2020, of 17 of March, of extraordinary urgent measures to face the economic and social impact of COVID-19 ’and that affect the soccer team.In the first place, and before the ERTEs executed by several clubs of different categories or that some have launched, AFE wants to remember some fundamental points that appear in the aforementioned Royal Decree-law:1. In article 22.a, ‘Exceptional measures in relation to the procedures for suspension of contracts and reduction of working hours due to force majeure’, in point 2.a it is stipulated that ‘the procedure shall be initiated by request of the company, which shall be accompanied by a relative report to the link of the loss of activity as a consequence of COVID-19, as well as, where appropriate, of the corresponding supporting documentation. The company must communicate its request to the workers and transfer the previous report and supporting documentation, if any, to their representation. ‘2. Article 28 (term of duration of the measures provided for in Chapter II) states that ‘the measures contained in articles 22, 23, 24 and 25 of this Royal Decree-Law will be in force as long as the extraordinary situation derived from COVID-19 is maintained.’
From the ATP they level out that the expansion in the percentage of points earned by Nadal has grown since Carlos Moyá joined his crew in 2016 and with which Nadal has improved his serve, one of his weaknesses till then, as proven by Nadal’s serve knowledge in 2019, which allowed him to finish this yr because the tennis participant with the very best percentage of points won with 56% forward of Djokovic’s 55.3% and Federer’s 54.6%, being the fourth consecutive season in which Nadal exceeded 55% of the points earned.Within the tournaments which have been performed in 2020, Nadal maintains that percentage of points won above 55% (55.5% in specific), though Novak Djokovic surpasses him with 56% after the Serbian has not but identified the defeat to this point this season. We are going to see if with the resumption of the season in July Nadal manages to consolidate himself because the king of the chances in points won. Rafa Nadal continues to jot down his identify in the historical past of tennis primarily based on knowledge and information which might be already half of historical past. In keeping with ATP statistics, the Balearic tennis participant is the participant who has turn into number one with highest percentage of points earned on the ATP circuit.Since arriving on the ‘Massive Three’ circuit, Nadal, Federer and Djokovic have exceeded the historical document stored by Pete Sampras, who won 53.27% of the points he performed all through his profession.Nonetheless, Nadal presently improves each Federer and Djokovic in percentages. The Balearic Islands have won 54.3% of disputed points, for the 53.9% held by Federer and 53.8% by Djokovic.
Chilean Alexis Sánchez, striker for Inter Milan, arrived in Italy on Tuesday on a flight from his country, where he spent the last twenty days of isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Milanese club informed EFE.Sánchez, joined by Inter last summer from Manchester United, He had initially decided to stay in Milan, but, due to the worsening of the health emergency in Italy, he returned to Chile in early April to be with his family.The 31-year-old Chilean forward was the last Inter player to return to the Lombard capital, after the Uruguayan Diego Godín, the Slovenian Samir Handanovic, the English Ashley Young, the Danish Christian Eriksen or the Nigerian Victor Moses did so in recent days. The ‘Wonder Boy’ will now respect fourteen days of quarantine, in accordance with Italian regulations, to be absolutely certain that he has not been infected by the coronavirus. The latest decree of the Italian Government foresees that athletes will be able to re-train as a group from May 4, although this depends on the evolution of the pandemic in the coming days.Sánchez, who started his European career precisely in Italy, at Udinese, played 15 games and scored a goal this season. His year has been complicated by a serious injury he suffered in October in his left ankle tendon, which forced him to undergo surgery in Barcelona and to be more than two months off.
THREE-WEEK CAMP The auction pot was also sweetened with the opportunity to participate in a three-week Racers Summer camp slated for July 4-22 for athletes aged seven to 19 for $111,000. The camp package also includes accommodation and meals. Other items auctioned included a three-night stay at the Half Moon hotel for a minimum $75,000 bid, while vacationing at Secrets Resort and Spa went for the same price. Racers received a financial boost from Sunday’s auction to the tune of over $800,000, funds raised after admitting their club failed to acquire funds from the Government-run Sports Development Foundation (SDF). That, however, led them to try raising funds from the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica. Meanwhile, Racers boss Glen Mills lauded a JN video presentation dubbed Racers Track Club: The Vision, aired at Sunday’s reception. “This video highlights the aims and direction of our organisation, and we want our benefactors to appreciate how we see ourselves and the future of track and field in Jamaica,” Mills underlined. Racers Track Club showcased their universal sprinting excellence via an innovative and first-of-its-kind Mini-Museum and Silent Auction of running spikes, Puma T-shirts and track suits autographed by their leading stars during the colourful Jamaica National-organised event on Sunday night. Over 25 Olympic and World Championship medals were displayed. University of the West Indies-based Racers Track Club displayed authentic athletic memorabilia and autographed apparel and batons from the club’s local, regional and international track and field exploits at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston. Jamaica National’s general manager, Earl Jarrett, lauded Glen Mills’ Racers camp for contributing to Jamaica’s image as the ‘sprint capital of the world’. “Our sponsorship of the Grand Prix and hosting of the reception on May 1 is part of our continuing focus to support young athletes and to honour their achievements as we anticipate that they will be among future Jamaican athletes who will maintain the trailblazing standard set by others, some of whom will retire after the 2016 Olympics in Brazil,” Jarrett outlined. Sunday’s reception helped to raise funds and to promote the Racers Grand Prix, which is expected to host around 100 top athletes from some 10 countries, inside the National Stadium on June 11. Mega sprint star, Usain Bolt, who holds the double sprint world records and a total of six Olympic gold medals, saw two pairs of his illustrious Puma spikes fetch a whopping $130,000 and $150,000, respectively. The baton he and his Jamaica team carried while reigning supreme at last year’s IAAF World Championships went for $95,000. Warren Weir, a World and Olympic 200-metre medallist and an adidas-sponsored athlete, saw his spikes and body suit fetch minimum $60,000 and $50,000 each, while the second-fastest man of all time, Yohan Blake, also an adidas-sponsored athlete, had his spikes priced at a minimum of $50,000. Commonwealth Games 2014 gold medallist, Kemar Bailey-Cole, saw his framed photograph priced at $50,000 and his spikes for $55,000, alongside Olympian Michael Frater.
DID THE BASICS Spence said he simply did the basics … broke him sharply, rated him on the lead and his class did the rest. “I won with him on his debut over 1100 metres in February and he ran an amazing time of 1:05.3,” recalls Spence. “From then, I knew he had a touch of class, and this manifested itself today … He’s better than these horses and with further scope for improvement, I expect him to go far in racing,” added Spence, who is popularly called ‘Dolly Baby’. With the top three riders vying for the championship having a lean day, Robert Halledeen seized the opportunity to inch ahead in the title race after the Wayne DaCosta-trained MISS JUANITA (9-2) was awarded the eighth race for overnight horses on the disqualification of 9-1 chance BOLD AVIATOR, who won in a blanket finish with Aaron Chatrie aboard. Halledeen now leads with 51 wins, one ahead of Ellis and two ahead of Omar Walker, both of whom failed to ride a winner. Apprentice Renardo McNaughton stole the spotlight with two winners – MARKOFAPRINCE (9-5) and the 30-1 outsider, COOL U BOOTS, in the closing race. The progressive 3-y-o colt BUZZ NIGHTMARE completed a hat-trick of wins at Caymanas Park yesterday, making virtually all to win the third running of the O & S Tack Room Trophy restricted stakes over 1300 metres in fine style. Installed a 4-5 favourite with veteran jockey Ian Spence riding for 14-time champion trainer Philip Feanny, BUZZ NIGHTMARE broke smartly from the number-nine post position, but was soon joined on the inside by 2-1 second favourite, ROAD WI SEH, in the 10-horse field. But with Spence having a lot in hand, BUZZ was merely toying with ROAD WI SEH and opened up, leaving the half mile to turn for home two lengths clear of the ever-present ROYAL ASSAULT under title-chasing jockey Shane Ellis. Thereafter, BUZZ NIGHTMARE only had to be kept up to his work under the left hand stick from his 49-year-old jockey, beating ROYAL ASSAULT and the late-closing WINGS OF HOPE (24-1). Owned by 2 Penyu and bred by HAM Stables Limited, BUZZ NIGHTMARE was notching his fourth win from only five career starts and achieved the victory in yet another fast time – 1:19.2 behind splits of 23.1, 46.3 and 1:11.4 for the first 1200 metres.
Total prize money of more than $10 million will be up for grabs for the 11th staging of the Supreme Ventures Limited’s (SVL) Triple Crown Series for native-bred two-year-olds, which gets under way on Monday, October 19.The series commences with the $2.95 million SVL Cash Pot ‘Only One For Me’ Trophy over 1200 metres; continues on Saturday, November 28, with the $3.6 million Pick 3 Super Challenge Trophy over 1400 metres; culminating on Boxing Day, December 26, with the 103rd running of the SVL Jamaica Two-Year-Old Stakes over 1600 metres for a purse of $4 million.Supreme Ventures Limited will contribute total prize money of $6 million to the purses in addition to a $1 million bonus to the owner of the horse good enough to win all three races in the series.Details were outlined by representatives of Supreme Ventures Limited and Caymanas Track Limited at yesterday’s launch in the Trainers’ Room at the track.Speaking on behalf of SVL, Diahann Guy-Shepherd, sponsorship, promotions, and branding manager, said:”This is a series that the horsemen look forward to as it gives the youngsters an opportunity to showcase budding talent early in their development, plus it is the only event on the local calendar that offers a $1 million bonus to the winner of the series,” she said.CTL’s racing secretary, Denzil Miller, recalled that the unique sponsorship was launched in 2005, resulting from the merger of Supreme Ventures, CTL, and TOBA.”In 2013, the SVL series created enormous interest and energy as we welcomed and enjoyed Princess Popstar’s outstanding performances in becoming the first horse to win the series,” he said.He added that the Cash Pot Trophy should be competitive as ever with DREAMLINER, VISION, MESMERIZE, FUTURE KING, BUBBLING KITTEN, RUDDY’S BOY, NUCLEAR AFFAIR, GARY GLITTER, and BLUE DIXIE the probable starters.Cedric Stewart, CEO of Caymanas Track Limited, said the SVL two-year-old series “reflects a rich history of thoroughbred racing in Jamaica”.He acknowledged SVL’s commitment to racing in Jamaica through its contribution to not only one, but four major events on the racing calendar the Lotto Classic and the series of three juvenile races.
RICHARDSON’S FINAL BRISBANE, Australia (CMC): West Indies made a quiet arrival in the picturesque east coast city yesterday to begin preparation for their three-Test series against Australia staring next month. The squad, led by captain Jason Holder, arrived via New York and Los Angeles following two days of travel from the Caribbean. West Indies will train their attention first on a five-day camp at the Allan Border Field before taking on a young Cricket Australia XI in a four-day game starting Wednesday at the same venue. A significant presence in the squad is that of head coach Phil Simmons, who missed the recent Test and limited-overs tour of Sri Lanka through suspension. He was pulled from that tour by the West Indies Cricket Board after he bizarrely claimed in a media conference that the selection of the one-day squad had been influenced by “outside interference”. Simmons, appointed following the ICC World Cup earlier this year, subsequently apologised after appearing before the WICB’s human resources committee, and was promptly reinstated. The Trinidadian will be leading West Indies for the first time on an overseas tour after presiding over the home tours against England and Australia. While Simmons has returned, the series will mark the final one for Sir Richie Richardson in his five-year stint as team manager. The former West Indies captain and batting star is set to take up duties as an ICC match referee following the series. For the Caribbean side, the highlight of the series will be the Boxing Day second Test in Melbourne, as the tourists have not had the courtesy of being part of this historic fixture in 15 years. Several hundred West Indians, who reside in Australia, are expected to mark the Boxing Day Test with a mini-carnival. West Indies will play the opening Test in Hobart starting December 10 and the third Test in Sydney, starting in the New Year, and are expected to face a tough assignment against the powerful Aussies. Significantly, they have not won a Test Down Under in 18 years and have also not beaten Australia in a Test for 12 years. SQUAD: Jason Holder (captain), Kraigg Brathwaite (vice-captain), Devendra Bishoo, Jermaine Blackwood, Carlos Brathwaite, Darren Bravo, Rajindra Chandrika, Shane Dowrich, Shannon Gabriel, Shai Hope, Denesh Ramdin, Kemar Roach, Marlon Samuels, Jerome Taylor, Jomel Warrican.
P W D L GF GA GD PtsLeicester City 31 19 9 3 54 31 23 66Tottenham 31 17 10 4 56 24 32 61Arsenal 30 16 7 7 48 30 18 55Man City 30 15 6 9 52 32 20 51West Ham 30 13 11 6 47 35 12 50Man United 30 14 8 8 38 27 11 50Southampton 31 13 8 10 41 32 9 47Stoke City 31 13 7 11 34 37 -3 46Liverpool 29 12 8 9 45 40 5 44Chelsea 30 10 11 9 45 41 4 41P W D L GF GA GD PtsWest Brom 30 10 9 11 30 37 -7 39Everton 29 9 11 9 51 41 10 38Bournemouth 31 10 8 13 38 50 -12 38Watford 30 10 7 13 30 32 -2 37Swansea 31 9 9 13 31 40 -9 36Crystal Palace 30 9 6 15 32 40 -8 33Norwich City 31 7 7 17 32 54 -22 28Sunderland 30 6 8 16 36 55 -19 26Newcastle 30 6 7 17 29 55 -26 25Aston Villa 31 3 7 21 22 58 -36 16
Romario Willis of St George’s College and Tyrese Williams of Kingston College will represent Jamaica at the FLOW Ultimate Football Experience Final in Trinidad and Tobago on May 7. Willis won the top spot, while Williams was second at the event staged at Ballaz Liberty Park, located at Devon Road in St Andrew, on Saturday. They won from of field of 67 boys and one female competitor. All 68 persons received certificates of participation. Sean Porteous and Dwight Merrick of Jamaica College received special awards. They were presented with Manchester United jerseys. Two winners from several Caribbean countries will advance to the two-day skills session in Trinidad next month, to experience one-on-one training with Caribbean Football Union (CFU) and Manchester United Soccer School coaches. There, they will participate in a series of drills, designed by the coaches for the for the two top finalists to win a trip to Old Trafford in Manchester, England to watch Manchester United against Crystal Palace in the English Premier League on May 21. Willis who is a 15 year-old and in third form says that he was highly confident in winning the top prize for a chance to go to the final in Trinidad. “I came here expecting to win because I put in a lot of work. It is an overwhelming feeling. I am going to Trinidad and then I will be in Manchester next month,” he said confidently. Manchester United’s past player and academy coach, Quinton Fortune says it was a good experience in his first visit to Jamaica. “It is a good experience been here for the first time in Jamaica. I enjoyed the experience with the kids, they have talent and are wonderful,” Fortune who represented Manchester for six years said. Carlo Redwood, LIME vice-president of marketing and television said the kids aged 13 to 16 were selected from across the island. “It is good to see the kids here who were selected from across the country. FLOW is continuing to develop football in association with the CFU,” Redwood said. HIGHLY CONFIDENT
HISOR—Sensational at home in the AFC Cup, it looks like Ceres Negros will need to top all of those performances to survive this latest challenge.ADVERTISEMENT Police seize P68-M worth of ‘shabu’ in Pasay Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Stags battle Bombers minus star The Busmen absorbed a 0-4 drubbing at the hands of Tajikistan champion Istiklol in the first leg of their inter-zone semifinal tie on Tuesday, leaving them with a mountain to climb at Panaad Stadium in three weeks time.On a chilly night in the outskirts of the capital Dushanbe, Ceres, the Asean zonal champion, struggled to cope against a relentless Istiklol side that made the most of its physical advantage by hassling and harrying the visitors at Hisor Stadium.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’“I thought we could have done better, but we will give them a good fight at home,” said Ceres midfielder Stephan Schrock. “We’re not giving up just yet.”Panaad has been a fortress for visiting teams with Ceres coming away with big wins in the group stage including a 6-2 win over Hanoi and a 5-0 demolition of Tampines. Search on for 5 Indonesians snatched anew in Lahad Datu Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite What’s in store for your animal sign this year Bishop Baylon encourages faithful in Albay to help Taal evacuees View comments Hotdog’s Dennis Garcia dies Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Istiklol got a goal each from Akhtam Nazarov and Romish Dhzalilov in the first half, before a second half brace from Manuchehr Dhzalilov ensured the Tajiks go into the second leg on Sept. 12 at Panaad Stadium in Bacolod City with a comfortable advantage.A 5-0 win at home will allow the Busmen to advance, but a 4-0 scoreline will send the tie to extra time. But with the way the Tajik champions dominated the first leg, it seems the Busmen would need a miracle for that to happen.It was a tough reality check for the Busmen as they paid dearly for another sub-par away performance.Nazarov opened the scoring by converting a penalty in the 25th minute after Kota Kawase brought down Dimitri Barkov inside the area. Romish Dhzalilov doubled the lead at the stroke of halftime with a clinical strike that left Roland Muller with no chance.The Busmen hardly threatened in the first half as Istiklol controlled proceedings, pressing high and winning the ball early.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ National Historical team rescues Amorsolos, artifacts from Taal LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to give up royal titles