The report reveals a paradox: “The clubs with the highest income diversification are the ones that may end up suffering the most. Those who depend more than 75% on television know that their budget will hardly change if the entire competition ends up being played, even if it ends in July. On the other hand, Barça and Madrid, for example, gamble a lot of money on merchandising and the stadium’s own box office, both linked to matches and museum visits. “This explains that the reality of each club is very different and that, therefore, it is very difficult to reach general solutions as intended.The differences between clubsBox 23 ensures that “The whole of LaLiga Santander expected to conclude the current year with an aggregate net profit of 185 million, being those with the most margin Real Madrid (38.4 million), Atlético de Madrid (29.1 million), Espanyol de Barcelona (20.5 million) and RCD Mallorca (17.5 million) “.“Those who have not reached the transfer goal in the summer of 2019 and the winter of 2020 have a serious problem; or cut payroll spending, or the red numbers will be inevitable, “says one of the many sources consulted by Box 23 in his report, he remembers that “The latest LaLiga economic report confirms that the determining factor that has made this increase in the wage bill possible has been the sale of footballers.” Palco23, a digital benchmark in the world of football business, has produced an important report in which the situations of the First and Second clubs in Spain are analyzed and in which they study how they could face the salary adjustments that are being debated these days to face the coronavirus crisis and the effects it will have on football. The research is emphatic: “The evolution of the business in the last five years reveals the clear correlation of television money to the payment of wages, but the budgets reveal that there are clubs that could sustain their wage bill, while for others it is basic for survive. ” Atlético, Barça or Lugo have already slipped their thoughts on the ERTE while other clubs such as Real Madrid, Athleth, Eibar or Valencia have said that they will not request it.Box 23 opens its information with a reality that we have been counting these weeks of league break in AS: “Fear of seeing who throws the first stone.” The report, very exhaustive, indicates that “any increase in the audiovisual invoice has been transferred to the weight of the payrolls of footballers; both represent 51% of the total.” And he adds: “Along with television, the other great source of income that has been nipped in the bud with the Covid-19 crisis is ticketing. Together, these two items have always served to cover total spending on wages. “
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View comments LATEST STORIES Just like his dad, Jimuel also has the same relentlessness in the ring as he kept charging his opponent.The eight-division champion, who had said he won’t discourage Jimuel from becoming a boxer, wasn’t physically there but he didn’t miss any minute of the fight as he saw it through video call.READ: Manny Pacquiao back in LA, trains even on ChristmasHe even talked to Jimuel before the sparring session.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title MANILA, Philippines–Filipinos need not to look any further for the next Pacquiao in boxing when ring legend Manny Pacquiao finally decides to hang up his gloves for good.Emmanuel Pacquiao Jr. or known more by his nickname Jimuel, the eldest among Manny’s five children, appears to be on his way to following his father’s footsteps. Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio 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 respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Tom Brady most dominant player in AFC championship history In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ READ: Pacquiao makes time for sonThere have been several videos on social media showing the 18-year-old Jimuel displaying his boxing skills.Another clip was uploaded Saturday on Joven Sports Promotions’ Facebook page showing Jimuel sparring for two rounds against another aspiring boxer in Lucas Carson.The name isn’t the only thing the two share. Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? MOST READ ADVERTISEMENT Japeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for Ginebra Philippine Army to acquire MANPADS, self-propelled howitzers Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Bong Galanza learns lesson from botched final play in NLEX loss Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption
Jakubowski will have her work cut out for her, competing in four out of the eight different snowshoe events, racing in the 200 metre, 400 metre, 800 metre and 1600 metre races. Luckily, the two have some experience in this event, each having participated in a number of Special Olympics events, medalling back at the 2008 Quebec Games. The Games’ snowshoe event will be raced around the St. Albert Rugby Football Club, a facility surrounded by numerous wooded trails that lead through the beautiful backwoods of St. Albert and can accommodate 5-10 kilometre trails for Snowshoeing, cross-country running and skiing.- Advertisement – This year’s Games’ will be the 43 year the event will be taking place, with the first ever competition held in Toronto, with a goal to offer individuals with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to compete, to develop physical fitness, to challenge themselves and to realize their potential through the form of sport. Since being formed in 1968, the organization has experienced significant expansion to include nearly 3.1 million athletes in 228 programs across 175 countries, providing year-round sports training, athletic competition and other related programs. For more information on the Games or to follow specific athlete’s results, visit the Games’ official website.Advertisement
This map shows the approximate area of all three fires.A forest fire is burning Northwest of Cecil Lake. The fire started sometime late this morning and is already 80 hectares in size. It’s located about 53 km Northeast of Fort St. John near the Osbourne River area. Currently two air tankers are fighting the fire, along with a ground crew from Fort St. John and several helicopters. The fire is not near any commercial or residential properties. There is also another two fires in the same area. Both are about only 2 hectares in size. It’s believed all three fires were started by lightning. The North Peace is still under a high risk of Forest Fires.- Advertisement –
LA CA?ADA FLINTRIDGE – Launched in January 2006, NASA’s New Horizons mission is still more than eight years from reaching its destination – Pluto. This week, though, both the spacecraft and its scientists got a boost as the craft flew by Jupiter. New Horizons successfully used the giant planet’s gravity to pick up speed for the remainder of its 3-billion-mile journey. As it passed, it also took hundreds of observations of the planet’s faint rings, moons and stormy atmosphere to send back to Earth. “Jupiter’s been a great objective, showing that they’ve got everything ready to go for Pluto,” said Kevin Baines, a Jet Propulsion Laboratory planetary scientist. “It’s worked out remarkably well; the instruments have been performing beautifully.” Already, Baines and his colleagues have seen stunningly detailed images of a storm that is a smaller version of Jupiter’s Giant Red Spot and volcanic activity on the moon Io. “We had not had any spacecraft observations of Io since 2001, so this is like seeing an old friend again,” said Rosaly Lopes, a JPL planetary geologist. As luck would have it, the photographs captured three eruptions, including one from the volcano Tvashtar that jets material nearly 200 miles into space before it rains back into the surface. “It looks to me like the best volcanic plume observation we have ever had – we can see a lot of structure, a lot of detail,” she said. The images will allow researchers to chart changes on the moon’s surface and study the physics of volcanism on Io, where the erupting material can reach supersonic speeds. Baines hopes that the pictures of Jupiter’s stormy sky will shed light on what causes the planet’s Earth-sized storms, and what makes some of them red. And there’s more to come – the remainder of the images will trickle back to Earth over the next several weeks. “You never know when you’re going to make a discovery,” said Bonnie Buratti, a JPL planetary scientist. “I’ve made discoveries in the most unexpected places. I expect some surprises.” email@example.com (626) 578-6300, Ext. 4451 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
The Cultural Centre meets with the City on a regular basis, and the topic has come up and been discussed before. But there isn’t one single solution for the issue at hand, according to General Manager of Community Services Wally Ferris with the City of Fort St. John.Many factors play into a multi-pronged approach needed for a solution, said Ferris, including social services, mental health, physical health, and addiction.“For this issue to be resolved, there will have to be a community that will have to come together to resolve it,” he said. “It’s a larger issue to resolve, and not one that the City can resolve on it’s own, or one the Cultural Centre can resolve on it’s own.”Ferris noted that it’s not illegal to be homeless, and added that the design and essence of the Cultural Centre is ‘inviting and meant to be inclusive for all people.’“I believe that the instructions they give to their staff, that they should follow, are the same that we give to our city staff in our city facilities. That is, if you see something illegal or dangerous, then you have to call the RCMP,” he added, stating that the Cultural Society operates the Cultural Centre on behalf of the city.Advertisement “That’s what they’re having to do to deal with the issues that they’re having,” he said. “Homelessness is a problem across the province, across the country. And, honestly, it’s not a crime to be homeless. But what is a crime is to be drunk and disorderly in public.”The staff at the Cultural Centre cannot physically remove anyone who causes a disturbance, Hachmeister said, as it could be used in a case of assault.“If we know they have alcohol, we’ll either seize the alcohol or remove them from the building. Generally, we ask them to leave and if they refuse, the police are called and have to remove them themselves.”Hachmeister says the response of the RCMP on the matter has been ‘quite good,’ though there are times that other issues get priority and the response time is slower.“We’re trying to find another solution as well, but we don’t know what that is.”Advertisement The city is looking at a social framework project, to hopefully kick off later this year. Like the Cultural Centre, the City can only do so much to remedy the problem. Ferris said it’s not for them to say that more shelters are needed, as social services are typically a provincial mandate.“Even if you go into the single facility, such as the Cultural Centre or North Peace Leisure Pool, and you start to push people out of that facility. Where are they going to go?”To answer that question, Captain Sheldon Feener with the local Salvation Army says the facility has extended it’s hours and added more beds to try to make their services more accessible for the transient population.But, even then, he says, they’re a 90-bed facility running at full capacity.“It’s something we deal with in many locations, not just here,” he said. “It’s kind of tough, especially in the colder months because there’s nowhere for people to go. It’s freezing outside, and they struggle.”The Salvation Army opens at 4 p.m. to accommodate people, rather than 8 p.m. as it was before. But it does have to close from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. so maintenance work can be done.Capt. Feener said they aren’t dry centres, but people who come in aren’t allowed to drink alcohol.“I won’t allow them to drink in the facility, but I will allow them to come in if they’re intoxicated, as long as they’re well-behaved, and most of them are. You get the occasional flare up, but that can happen with anybody.”The Salvation Army’s Northern Centre of Hope opened in August 2014, and received funding for 26 more beds last November. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Finding a solution for transient people drinking and acting out inappropriately in public places is a larger issue that is going to require the community working together to resolve, says the City’s General Manager of Community Services.A local resident has spoken out about her concerns following consecutive uneasy situations in which she says people have been drinking, fighting and behaving inappropriately in public places like the North Peace Cultural Centre.Cara Nicolaysen told Energeticcity.ca she was taking her toddler son and infant daughter to the Cultural Centre recently when a fight broke right before them.- Advertisement -“A fight broke out right in front of the doors,” she said. “A bottle of vodka was thrown, there’s pushing and the janitor is out there trying to do something.”Her son started attending the PlayArts preschool program in January, and Nicolaysen said she has seen at least three other similar situations play out since then.“I understand that it’s downtown Fort St. John, but this is our fine arts centre,” she said.Advertisement Nicolaysen said other people she knows have similar concerns to hers.The Cultural Centre’s Operations Manager Oliver Hachmeister says the staff at the facility are fully aware of the problem of people drinking and behaving poorly in their facility, but can only do so much.“It’s a city-wide problem, it’s not just the Cultural Centre,” he said, adding that other downtown businesses have encountered the same problem. Hachmeister said he’s spoken to people who work at banks located downtown, and says some have hired security guards and started locking their ATMs up.The local CIBC has recently started closing it’s vestibule overnight. Photo by Montana CummingAdvertisement
The Premier League will have to get ready for the storm about to hit its shores.Arsenal goal machine Yaya Sanogo looks like he could be about to hit top form for the Gunners as he scored twice for France’s Under-21s.The 21-year-old netted a brilliant brace as Les Bleus beat Kazakhstan 5-1 and Arsene Wenger will be hoping the confidence boost will see Sanogo firing on all cylinders when he returns.Sanogo is yet to score in the Premier League but in the absence of Olivier Giroud he will have to step up and be counted.
0Shares0000Pep Guardiola says Benjamin Mendy is important for the future of Manchester City © AFP/File / FRANCK FIFEMANCHESTER, United Kingdom, Apr 6 – Pep Guardiola has indicated France defender Benjamin Mendy has a long-term future at Manchester City despite concerns over his off-field behaviour.The left-back, who has played just 27 minutes of football since November while struggling to recover from a knee injury, was filmed in a Manchester nightclub at 3:30 am last Saturday. Guardiola has in the past made clear his frustrations with Mendy, who has been beset by injury problems since joining City from Monaco for £52 million ($68 million) in 2017.The manager had strong words with the Frenchman in September after he was nearly three hours late for a treatment session, having attended an Anthony Joshua boxing bout in London the previous evening.In February, Mendy caused his manager more irritation by claiming in an Instagram post that he was in Hong Kong, without his manager’s permission, although the defender later clarified the post by saying he was joking.Guardiola has suggested previously that he is considering signing another left-back before the start of next season, having been short of options in that area because of Mendy’s injury.But if the defender can stay fit and play consistently well then Guardiola is likely to give him opportunities.– Left-back shortage –“What we want to do is work with him to protect his knee, his condition, to help us, because we need him,” Guardiola said.“We have played two seasons without a left-back. That is a reality, so in the first season, Fabian Delph helped us incredibly and Danilo as well, he was incredible in that position, and this season Oleks (Zinchenko).“And we need him. Hopefully this part of the season and in the future, next season, he can be fit.”Guardiola said that he wanted to work with Mendy to get the best out of the player.“He’s a nice guy, he has an incredible heart,” he said. “He is a funny guy. Sometimes I have to understand his culture, where he has come from.“It’s not the first time that one guy goes to dinner outside because he doesn’t have a game, and goes with his brother and his friend, to eat something, to drink something. It’s not the first time and it will not be the last one, so it is what it is.”The City boss appeared relatively unconcerned that Mendy had been filmed dancing at a nightclub in the early hours.“Dancing? I don’t know if he danced,” Guardiola said. “Really, I don’t know. I was not there. But from what I saw sometimes with his celebrations in the Premier League, he’s not a bad dancer. Really not.”Mendy, who is just about fit again after missing a large part of the season with his knee problem, is likely to play a part as City attempt to complete the quadruple of Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup.Guardiola, whose side take on Brighton in the FA Cup semi-finals at Wembley on Saturday, said success would ultimately be down to the players and that he was enjoying the moment.“We cannot achieve important titles without important players saying ‘guys I’m here’,” he said. “I don’t play. It is a moment for them, definitely.”“I feel the pressure in November or December when we are saying ‘wow, there are five or six months left and we are out of one competition or not in the next round of the Champions League’,” he added.“Now it is a joy, an incredible moment. We’re trying to get to an FA Cup final and then keep running.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
From staff reports Ana Maricic led San Pedro with 12 kills in a 25-22, 22-25, 25-18, 25-16 Marine League victory against visiting Carson on Monday, helping the Pirates complete a season sweep of the Colts. “I was expecting them to come back stronger, and it was a very close match, but we were able to keep our pace steady,” San Pedro coach Samuel Tejada said of Carson, which previously lost to San Pedro in three games. Junior libero Holly Stevens, who was moved up from junior varsity after her performance in a tournament, had seven aces and 25 digs for San Pedro. Stevens, a softball star for the Pirates, is fitting in nicely with the volleyball team. Redondo’s Della Taylor improved to 44-0 on the season in a 17-1 nonleague victory at Bishop Montgomery. Taylor won both sets she played, losing just one game. Sister Elle Taylor swept her three singles sets for Redondo. Patricia Engeberg combined with two partners to sweep her three doubles sets, and Karin Endo also combined with two partners to sweep three doubles sets for Redondo (12-4). Melanie Scott won the set for Bishop Montgomery (8-4). In a Western League match . . . Westchester 7, University 0: The doubles team of Allison Knox-Elize Biop defeated Barbara Penate-Tricia Vargas, 8-0. Westchester is now 8-5 and 6-5. Girls tennis Corrections Carson linebacker Jeff Mueller was incorrectly identified as his cousin, Elisha Mueller, in an article Saturday. Also, Mary Star running back Sunako Simi was credited for statistics that actually belonged to Troy Fiamengo, who had 96 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries. The Daily Breeze apologizes for these errors.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“We’re playing a strong defense, and Holly is stepping up with her defense in the second round (of league),” Tejada said. “There is little I had to tell her. If there is something, I tell her and she fixes it immediately.” Kristiana Tuaniga led Carson (10-2, 8-2) with 21 kills, four blocks, four aces and eight digs. With its dominating run through league, San Pedro (10-1, 10-0) is eyeing a possible fourth straight appearance in the L.A. City finals. “There is always room for improvement, nothing is ever perfect,” Tejada said. “For the playoffs, we hope to improve a little bit of everything. We just need to stop giving teams a round and really finish the game.” had Boys water polo Matt Pittluck scored a career-high six goals, helping host El Segundo defeat Milken, 14-6, in an Ocean League match. Danny Rajaniemi scored three goals for El Segundo. Matt Kubeck had seven saves for El Segundo (11-8, 4-3).
Hull beat Derby 3-0 in the first leg of their semi-final play-off 1 Hull have taken command of their Championship play-off semi-final with a 3-0 first leg win against Derby at the iPro.The visitors soaked up the early pressure before putting themselves firmly in the driving seat with Wembley in their sights.Returning to the scene of a 4-0 thrashing during the regular season just last month, Steve Bruce’s team looked set for another difficult day but then Abel Hernandez struck after half an hour.As Derby’s confidence drained, a Jason Shackell own goal five minutes before half-time put Hull in control.The hosts toiled in the second half as they tried in vain to get back into the game, though Andy Robertson delivered what could be a killer blow to Derby’s promotion hopes deep in injury time on the break to seal what was a comfortable 3-0 win ahead of the return leg on Tuesday night.