THE Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club (GMR&SC) has released its provisional list of events for the year 2017, starting with its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on February 9 at the club’s Thomas Lands office.Following the election of office-bearers, the first competitive events begin just over four weeks later with the first official drag meet, scheduled for March 5.The first circuit event will happen just over a month later on April 2 with the first of the four regional tours set for May 21 in Jamaica at the Jamwest Raceway.The locals return for the second circuit race of the season on July 2 before the second leg of the Caribbean Championship on July 30 at the Frankie Boodram International raceway.The first international drag race takes one week later on August 6 while the Guyana Festival of Speed, Dakota 100 will take place on August. 20The Barbados leg of the Caribbean Championship takes place on September 3 while drag racing action returns on October 1.The final leg of the Caribbean Championship will close off the calendar on November 12 in Guyana.
Knicks bring Tom Thibodeau back to New York as new coachUNDATED (AP) — Tom Thibodeau (THIH’-buh-doh) is back in New York as the Knicks’ new coach.The former NBA Coach of the Year was hired Thursday, returning to the team he helped lead to the NBA Finals as an assistant coach. The 62-year-old Thibodeau is 352-246 in eight seasons coaching Chicago and Minnesota. He was the Coach of the Year in 2011 in his first season with the Bulls. He led Chicago to 50 wins in three of his five seasons. Thibodeau was an assistant to Jeff Van Gundy when the Knicks reached the 1999 NBA Finals. In other NBA news:— Milwaukee Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer says guards Eric Bledsoe and Pat Connaughton won’t play Friday against the Boston Celtics after both players arrived late to Florida because they had tested positive for the novel coronavirus. Budenholzer hasn’t announced a timeline for when either player could appear in a game. He says getting them at least a couple of five-on-five practice sessions and some three-on-three work will be important for their conditioning and developing a rhythm. Budenholzer says it’s a big hurdle to overcome when everybody else has already put in 10 to 14 days of work. NFL-NEWSBrowns punter on reserve/COVID-19 listUNDATED (AP) — Cleveland Browns punter Jamie Gillan has been placed on the NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 list, which means he’s either tested positive for the virus or been in close contact with an infected person. Gillan is the third player placed on the list, joining running back Dontrell Hilliard and safety Jovante Moffatt. The Browns signed Gillan as an undrafted free agent before training camp last season and the 23-year-old became a fan favorite with his long air and thick Scottish accent. He wore a kilt to Cleveland’s final home game last season. Gillan set a club single-season record by averaging 41.6 net yards per kick in 2019 as a rookie. He also placed 28 punts inside the 20. It’s the latest in a series of scheduling changes as Major League Baseball attempts to play a 60-game season amid a pandemic that is surging in parts of the United States.Earlier Thursday, word emerged that another player with the Miami Marlins — who recently played at Philadelphia — tested positive for COVID-19, bringing their total outbreak to 17 players, according to a person familiar with the situation. The Marlins remain quarantined in Philadelphia.The Phillies said there were no positive results among players from Wednesday’s testing of their team. But there were two positives: One from a a member of the coaching staff and one from a member of the home clubhouse staff. All activity at Citizens Bank Park was canceled Thursday until further notice.In other MLB news: Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditMLB-NEWSBlue Jays manager: Series at Phillies off because of virusUNDATED (AP) — Toronto Blue Jays manager Charlie Montoyo says his team’s series at Philadelphia scheduled for this weekend has been postponed because of concerns about the coronavirus after two Phillies staffers tested positive. In other NFL news:— The NFL’s chief medical officer says it’s not surprising there have been positive tests for COVID-19 among players reporting to training camp. Dr. Allen Sills notes that the disease is cutting across football just as it has through societies around the world. Speaking on a conference call on Thursday, Sills said the league wanted to examine the results of recent COVID-19 tests before releasing the number of positives. Players currently have to pass COVID-19 testing before they are allowed into training camp. Sills said the screening is continuing and going well.— The Carolina Panthers have decided to keep Joey Slye as their kicker and release veteran Graham Gano (guh-NOH’), who missed all of last season with a knee injury. Gano took over as the team’s kicker in 2012 and spent seven seasons handling field goals and kickoffs for the Panthers. — Titans general manager Jon Robinson says he has been in touch with Vic Beasley and that the linebacker knows his absence from training camp is unexcused. Robinson said in a statement Thursday that Beasley told him he will be reporting to camp in the “near future.” The GM says their focus is making sure the Titans in camp get acclimated to the coronavirus protocols and the redesigned building. Beasley was the Titans’ big free agent signee in March. The Titans hope coach Mike Vrabel can help Beasley play like the NFL sacks leader he was in 2016. COLLEGE FOOTBALL-IOWA-RACIAL BIAS Associated Press July 30, 2020 NCAA extends size of football sideline areaUNDATED (AP) — The NCAA playing rules oversight committee has announced alterations in football and other sports to accommodate for COVID-19 concerns this coming season.The sideline area college football teams use to congregate will be extended by 20 yards. The team sideline area currently extends from one 25-yard line to another. Those areas will now span from 15 to 15. Currently, as many as four team captains can participate in the coin toss. That has been reduced to one and only two officials will be allowed to participate.In soccer, the penalty for spitting at an opponent has been increased from an ejection and one-game suspension to an ejection and two-game suspension. In volleyball, teams will not switch benches during a match.In other news related to the coronavirus pandemic: — A total of 457 Division I football games have been canceled or postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. According to Associated Press research, 134 Football Bowl Subdivision games are off. That number is 383 for the Football Championship Subdivision. Included in those numbers are 60 matchups between FBS and FCS teams. A total of 454 Division II games are off. The number is 1,013 in Division III.— Georgia Tech has moved this season’s home game against Notre Dame to its campus stadium, citing uncertainty over scheduling because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Atlantic Coast Conference announced a new 11-game scheduling format that includes 10 conference games, with Notre Dame joining as a full-time member for the 2020 season. Georgia Tech was set to play Notre Dame at Atlanta’s 75,000-seat Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Nov. 14. Uncertainty over the playing date prompted the school to move the contest to its regular home venue, 55,000-seat Bobby Dodd Stadium.— Top-ranked Ash Barty has withdrawn from the U.S. Open because she’s not comfortable with traveling during the coronavirus pandemic. The 24-year-old Australian is the highest-profile player so far to pull out of the Grand Slam tournament in New York because of the global health crisis. The U.S. Open is set to start Aug. 31. Barty won the French Open champion in 2019. She hasn’t yet decided if she’ll defend that title. The clay-court major was postponed earlier in the year and rescheduled to start in late September. — Formula One driver Sergio Perez is out of Sunday’s British Grand Prix after testing positive for the coronavirus. The Racing Point driver, who is Mexican, will now go into isolation. The race on Sunday will be the fourth in the pandemic-affected season that should have begun in March.— Fans will attend soccer in Britain on Friday for the first time since the country’s coronavirus lockdown four months ago. In a pilot event for the planned widespread return of supporters, 500 will be allowed into the Irish Cup final at 18,500-capacity Windsor Park in Belfast. Northern Ireland is ahead of the rest of the U.K. In London on Saturday, England’s FA Cup final will be played without any spectators at Wembley, just like the Premier League concluded in empty stadiums following a 100-day shutdown. LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — The NBA season resumes Thursday after a 20-week break because of the coronavirus pandemic. In a reopening night doubleheader inside the bubble at Walt Disney World, New Orleans will take on Utah before a matchup of the top two teams in the Western Conference — the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers. There won’t be any fans in attendance, and health and safety protocols are in place that don’t even allow teams to shower in the arena after games. With eight games remaining games before the playoffs, teams that have clinched berths are focused on securing the best possible playoff seed. For the hopefuls, it’s about finding a way to get into the field and stay at Disney at least a couple weeks longer.Anthony Davis and Zion Williamson are ready for reopening night. Davis practiced Wednesday for the first time since getting poked in an eye during the Los Angeles Lakers’ scrimmage opener last week. He said the plan is for him to play tonight when the Lakers face the Clippers in the first seeding game for both teams. The Pelicans said Williamson will be a game-time decision for New Orleans’ opener against Utah. Williamson missed nearly two weeks because he left for a family emergency and then had to quarantine for four days upon his return.NBA-NEWS — Los Angeles Dodgers manager Dave Roberts will be returning from a one-game suspension when the defending NL West champions visit Arizona for the Diamondbacks’ home opener Thursday night. Major League Baseball suspended Roberts one game and Dodgers reliever Joe Kelly eight games on Wednesday, the day after benches cleared in the sixth inning of Los Angeles’ 5-2 victory over the Houston Astros. Astros manager Dusty Baker was fined. Roberts served his penalty Wednesday night when the Dodgers beat Houston 4-2 in 13 innings. Kelly was punished for throwing a fastball near the head of Houston’s Alex Bregman and mockingly taunting Astros star Carlos Correa. He elected to appeal and can continue to play.— Major League Baseball is debating whether to play shorter doubleheaders this season. The players’ association is surveying its members and deciding whether to propose two seven-inning games, or one nine-inning game followed by one seven-inning contest. MLB is expected to decide by Saturday whether to go with shorter doubleheaders. Philadelphia and Toronto are scheduled to play a doubleheader that day.— Major league hitters have opened this 60-game sprint by stumbling out of the blocks. Coming off a condensed preseason camp for a season truncated by the coronavirus pandemic, hitters can’t seem to get in the swing of things. The league-wide batting average is .229, down from .252 last season — stunning, considering the National League has adopted the designated hitter for this season. The all-time low for batting average is .237, set in 1968, “the year of the pitcher.” Strikeouts are up for the 15th straight season, and the home run rate has dropped a year after extra-slick baseballs helped produce a record 6,776 big flies. NBA RESUMESSeason resumes with doubleheader Update on the latest sports Inquiry finds racial bias, bullying in Iowa football programIOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — An investigative report has found that the Iowa football program has suffered from racial bias against Black players and bullying by a small number of current and former coaches.University of Iowa President Bruce Harreld says the report from an outside law firm shows that the “climate and culture must and will change within our football program.” Coach Kirk Ferentz, the longest-tenured head coach in college football, is expected to keep his job. The report found that many players believe he has already made several positive changes.VIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTS FIFA-INFANTINO CASECriminal case opened against FIFA president Gianni InfantinoGENEVA (AP) — A criminal case against FIFA president Gianni Infantino has been opened by a Swiss special prosecutor. The case is connected to a meeting Infantino had with the Swiss attorney general. Special prosecutor Stefan Keller believes there is enough evidence to take the case to court after investigating the circumstances of a meeting Infantino had with Swiss attorney general Michael Lauber, who offered his resignation last week. Keller has uncovered “elements that make up reprehensible behavior,” according to a statement from the Swiss authority overseeing the federal prosecutors office. Keller opened a criminal case against Infantino as well as Valais prosecutor Rinaldo Arnold and has sought authorization to open a legal case against Lauber.
The most amazing sports story didn’t come to us from Daytona Beach this week. It didn’t happen in Houston, either. It didn’t even come off the slopes of Turin.Would you believe it came from the ever-popular Ivujivik, Quebec?I bet none of you know what the hell I’m talking about. Here’s what happened according to Toronto Globe and Mail, a Toronto paper, and I’ll ask you to resist the urge to fire out Brian Butch jokes.A 90-pound mother wrestled a 700-pound polar bear that was threatening her two children, who were playing a game of street hockey.And we thought NHL games were too dangerous.Before I move on, let that sink in for a moment. Again, the woman weighs 90 pounds, as in two digits, as in only slightly larger than your average SI swimsuit model.Conversely, the bear weighs 700 pounds, almost eight times more than this heroic mama.So, for those of you who are in the 150-200 range and would like a proportional metaphor, just imagine taking on the UW offensive line and a pissed-off Mike Tyson.God, I hope I end up loving my kids that much.Here’s the great part: For our intensive purposes, the woman won. Reports say that she got between her kids and the bear, and began kicking and punching it.Anyone else smell a Budweiser ad for Super Bowl XLI?The bear fought back, slamming her to the ground, but an onlooker grabbed a gun and shot the beast several times, killing it instantly. Supermom suffered minor injuries, and the children walked away without a scratch and with an unbelievable story to tell their grandkids someday.All of a sudden, I miss the aggression in NHL games. I mean, if we were still living in the age of NHL thuggery, then this lady would have had to garner attention from the Detroit Red Wings.She’s taking on freaking polar bears! Tie Domi would be no match for her!Let me tell you this: Her kids won’t be catching any more crap from the neighborhood bully.”Oh yeah? Well, my mommy can beat up your daddy!”No word yet on whether the next Mother of the Millenium had knocked back one too many Labatt Blues and simply thought she was starring in one of those crazy commercials with the Labatt Blue bear, but you gotta love the story of this woman, especially at this time of year.As we sit here in the dead period between the Super Bowl and the NCAA tourney, the sports world has been saturated with ridiculous stories like Barry Bonds’ retirement “issue” or Ricky Williams screwing up … again and the continuation of the Tony Stewart saga.Oh, and I can’t leave out the medal-less, senseless Bode Miller. The latest news on the greatest Olympic disappointment in recent USA history is that he rolled his ankle playing basketball with friends, hindering his ability to find success in Saturday’s slalom event — Bode’s last chance to land a medal.I’m not criticizing Miller’s decision to play some hoops — it’s a common workout for many Olympic skiers over the duration of the Games — but the timing of his injury is bordering on hilarious. Serves him right, the way he’s ashamed himself and his country in Turin.So, with all that in mind, I say this woman should get a couple of gold medals of her own — one for saving her kids from the most fearsome creature of our northern neighbor and another for outdoing each of the aforementioned jokers in the newsworthy department.The only way she could outdo herself, in my book, would be going up against Miller for three minutes.After taking down the bear, I’d pay big bucks to see what she’d do to him.Aaron is a freshman majoring in journalism. You can learn more about stunningly courageous events in isolated Canadian villages by contacting him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After much speculation over who would start at quarterback for the Wisconsin Badgers this Saturday against Iowa, it appears the job may belong to junior Dustin Sherer, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is reporting.Sherer practiced with UW’s first team offense Wednesday. The practice was closed to the media, and neither quarterback was available for interviews after the practice session. Offensive coordinator Paul Chryst would also not comment on the situation.Head coach Bret Bielema did not say in his Monday press conference which signal caller he was planning to start this weekend, but he alluded to the fact that Sherer may steal the spot from senior Allan Evridge, who completed just two passes in Wisconsin’s 48-7 loss against Penn State.“Paul and I have made discussions in the last couple weeks about the quarterback situation and where we would go,” Bielema said on Monday. “And during the course of Saturday’s ballgame, after that last series, we obviously made the change and went in a certain direction.“I think on Sunday, we both agreed that Dustin, when he was in there, did a lot of good things,” Bielema continued. “Obviously, Paul deals with him on a daily basis and can kind of better gauge what he thinks they might do once put in a situation.”Evridge — Wisconsin’s third senior starter in as many years — was taken out after an interception in the third quarter, but also accounted for Wisconsin’s only touchdown on a 5-yard run in the first half.“Allan, on that scoring drive, did a lot of things that we’ve been asking and expecting him to do as far as taking off with the football, scored on a play where he broke the line of scrimmage,” Bielema said. “So he did some things, but on a single count made us make a switch with Dustin, and how they handle this week will determine what happens on Saturday.”The Badgers have yet to win a Big Ten game, losing against Michigan on the road and at home to Ohio State and Penn State. Sherer came into the game in the third quarter against the Nittany Lions and threw for 115 yards on 9-for-17 passing.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Jim Boeheim didn’t shy away from criticizing his team’s offensive output this season.While speaking to reporters in the Carmelo K. Anthony Basketball Center on Wednesday, he harped on Syracuse’s struggles from beyond the arc and at the foul line this season.“We probably have offensive statistics for a team that is 4-14 at the end of the year,” Boeheim said.The Orange (18-12, 9-8 Atlantic Coast Conference) is 13th out of 15 ACC teams in 3-point percentage, posting a 30.2 percentage from long distance. From the foul line, SU ranks 12th, shooting 66 percent from the charity stripe.If it wasn’t for a stretch during which Michael Gbinije caught fire, Syracuse may be even worse off. From Jan. 26 to Feb. 18, Gbinije made at least two 3s and shot 40 percent or better from behind the arc in each of Syracuse’s six games during that span.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We were at the bottom of the 3-point shooting teams in the league anyway, but if you take Mike’s run out we were the worst 3-point shooting team in the league,” Boeheim said. “And we were, I believe, the worst free-throw shooting team in the league. We had issues on offense.”And while Boeheim was three spots off on his second claim, the Orange is shooting below 31 percent from 3-point range for the first time since the 1993–94 season. From the foul line, SU is having its worst performance since the 2008–09 campaign.After Chris McCullough tore his ACL, Syracuse was hindered on the offensive end, Boeheim said. Though the freshman shot 56.3 percent from the line, he averaged 9.3 points per game and scored in double figures in the first eight contests of the season.“When we lost Chris McCullough we lost such a key factor, I think, for a guy that would have really had an effect on both ends of the court,” Boeheim said. “Not just offensively but defensively as well. I believe he would have progressed, he would’ve gotten to be a much better player and he would’ve made a difference for our basketball team.”Syracuse has scored fewer than 60 points six times and it’s arguably been the ugliest as of late, as SU barely averaged 50 points per game in its recent losses to Duke and Virginia.The Orange shot 15 percent from 3 and 30.6 percent from the field against the Blue Devils, and posted a 21.1 percent mark from beyond the arc against the Cavaliers. The last two games have been somewhat of a microcosm for the season and Boeheim could only offer a simple solution to his team’s offensive woes.“That’s just something that we have to get better at in the future,” Boeheim said. “We have to shoot better.” Comments Published on March 4, 2015 at 7:38 pm Contact Matt: email@example.com | @matt_schneidman
Medeama head coach, Samuel Boadu, says the nation’s football space should start taking notice of him and what he brings to the table in terms of coaching.His comments follow his side’s 1-0 victory over Asante Kotoko on Thursday on match day 2 of the ongoing Normalisation Committee Special Competition.Boadu stated rather confidently that it was time for all to see the work he was putting in and give him the needed recognition.“We thank that football is back in Ghana but this is the time to prove that there is a coach somewhere. People do not know Samuel Boadu but I know myself and I know what I am capable of doing. I think that Medeama is gearing up for more based on the match we played against Kotoko.”Medeama’s victory came via a penalty kick early in the game and the result pleased him greatly.“I am happy with the result and the players. Kotoko were in the CAF Confederation Cup while we were just training. The boys were in camp and when this competition was announced, we broke camp and they went back home.”Medeama host Bechem United on match day 3 of the Special Competition on Sunday in Tarkwa.
England have released five players from the squad for Tuesday’s international friendly with Ghana.Captain John Terry and fellow defenders Ashley Cole and Michael Dawson, midfielder Frank Lampard and striker Wayne Rooney will all return to their clubs.All five started Saturday’s 2-0 Euro 2012 qualifying win over Wales.England coach Fabio Capello has suggested he will change his entire starting XI for Tuesday’s home match.In addition to the released players, Kyle Walker has returned to Aston Villa after being ruled out of the game with a groin injury.Capello’s decision to release Terry means that the coach will have to appoint another captain for the match against the Black Stars just one game after the defender’s return as skipper. Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry played no part against Wales and, having worn the armband in the friendly against Denmark in February, could skipper the side on Tuesday.The release of Chelsea trio Terry, Lampard and Cole, Tottenham’s Dawson and Manchester United’s Rooney will please their respective club managers, Carlo Ancelotti, Harry Redknapp and Sir Alex Ferguson.The quintet should feature in next month’s Champions League quarter-final ties, in which Spurs face Real Madrid on 5 April and Chelsea play United at Stamford Bridge the next day.Dawson’s Spurs team-mates Peter Crouch, Jermain Defoe and Aaron Lennon will stay with the England squad and are likely to feature against Ghana.Scott Parker had a fine game against Wales playing in a holding midfield role, alongside Jack Wilshere and Lampard. It was part of a 4-3-3 formation and the West Ham captain is keen to establish himself in the England team on a permanent basis.“I got 45 minutes against Denmark, and I thought I did well, and it has gone well personally again against Wales,” said Parker.“I just need to keep the form up and hopefully get a bit more of a chance.“There is a lot of competition but I do feel I have been in some really good form this season.“I thought the midfield combination worked pretty well. It is easy for me when you are playing with two very good players in Lamps and Jack. “It gives them licence to go forward a little bit and it makes life easier for me.”Darren Bent scored England’s second goal at the Millennium Stadium and has now found the net in his last three internationals.“It’s always hard when you’ve had 10 minutes here, 10 minutes there but when you get a run in the side, you take great confidence from that,” said the Aston Villa forward.“I’d love to be the number nine for as long as possible but there are a lot of top strikers about.”Source: BBC
“Thanks @juventusfc and all Juventini. Goodbye means nothing, it is the time we spent together that matters,” Pogba posted on his official Twitter account.It is the first time since now Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane joined the Spanish giants as a player in 2000 from Juventus that Madrid haven’t got their hands on the world’s most expensive player having also bagged Cristiano Ronaldo from United in 2009 for a record fee.United brought the long-running transfer saga to an end in the early hours of the morning UK time.The reported fee does not include agent’s fees. The transfer had stalled for weeks over how the two clubs would share the sizeable payout to Pogba’s representative Mino Raiola.And the huge cash outlay will lead to questions over how Ferguson allowed Pogba to slip out of United’s hands four years ago over differences with Raiola.In his 2015 book ‘Leading’, Ferguson described his first meeting with Raiola as “a fiasco”.“He and I were like oil and water,” Ferguson wrote.“From then on, our goose was cooked because Raiola had been able to ingratiate himself with Paul and his family and the player signed with Juventus.”Raiola, who also represents two of United’s other new signings, Armenian playmaker Henrikh Mkhitaryan and star Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, is set to make millions from the deal.Mourinho insisted United’s financial muscle should be a source of pride not embarrassment.“When other people break records, I don’t think it’s a reason to be sad. I think it’s a reason to be proud with the dimension of a club that can do that and can attract players of this dimension.”However, the Portuguese boss has hinted Pogba’s arrival will signal the end of United’s spending spree.“Our fundamental market is 75 percent done,” he said during United’s pre-season tour of China.“When we sign one midfield player that crucial work will be done.”Mourinho’s reign got off to a successful start on Sunday as Ibrahimovic scored the winner in a 2-1 victory over Premier League champions Leicester City in the Community Shield. Manchester, United Kingdom | AFP | French superstar Paul Pogba on Tuesday completed a sensational return to Manchester United from Juventus for a reported world record fee.United said Pogba had signed a five-year contract but did not give the cost which British media have put at 89 million pounds ($116.4 million, 105 million euros), not including agent’s fee.That would see the 23-year-old eclipse the 85 million pounds Real Madrid paid Tottenham Hotspur for Gareth Bale in 2013.“This is the right club for me to achieve everything I hope to in the game,” said Pogba.Pogba moved to Italy when United let him go for a nominal fee after his contract expired in 2012.“I am delighted to rejoin United. It has always been a club with a special place in my heart and I am really looking forward to working with Jose Mourinho,” added Pogba.United manager Mourinho has been tasked with bringing back the glory days to the 20-time English champions after three lean years since Alex Ferguson’s retirement. Share on: WhatsApp Pogba the key And the former Chelsea boss believes Pogba can inspire United’s revival.“He has the chance to be at the heart of this club for the next decade and beyond,” said Mourinho.“Paul is one of the best players in the world and will be a key part of the United team I want to build here for the future. He is quick, strong, scores goals and reads the game better than many players much older than he is.”Pogba made just seven appearances during his previous spell at the club as a teenager, but returns as one of the world’s most famous players after winning four consecutive Serie A titles and leading France to the Euro 2016 final.
The station added that no FC Barcelona participant examined positive and that this Friday they’ll be capable of begin particular person coaching. As well as, LaLiga could be pending to know all the outcomes and make the full variety of instances public.The coronavirus assessments have been carried out on the players of the primary groups registered in LaLiga, coaches and different membership workers with direct contact with the players. LaLiga has five players who’ve examined positive for coronavirus. As reported by RAC1, the outcomes of the primary spherical of assessments carried out on the First and Second Division groups have thus far produced five positive outcomes: three LaLiga Santander players and two extra from the silver class.Not all the outcomes are identified but, however LaLiga’s estimates have been even increased than anticipated.