Xisco Campos: “One day we have to start, but we have to do it at the right time”

first_imgThe Balearic squad and the club agreed a few days ago a salary reduction of 15% in the event that the competition does not return and in this sense Xisco affirms that the decision “has not been very difficult, with two talks with the Board of Directors an agreement was reached, from the beginning it is a matter of logic, the competition stops and obviously measures have to be taken , the club situation is explained to us a bit and also our concern is also the people of the club who do not have our income and we were willing to collaborate“ The captain of Real Mallorca, Xisco Campos, has held since his confinement a press conference with the island’s media to review various aspects of current affairs, Among those who have highlighted the possible return of the competition, the qualifying situation and the drop in salaries of the staff. On the stage that is presented to be able to return to the competition gradually and progressively, the Mallorcan central defender points out that “in my opinion the most feasible scenario to end the season is to advance the individual training sessions, which would be phase 1, and then make a good protocol in which all parties see what can be done once we have the security of health, of the authorities, of the League, players, physical trainers, sports doctors and everyone, and at that point we will have to sit down and make the right decisionOne day we have to start, but we have to do it at the right time. “Regarding the plan to return to the competition, Xisco assures that “the club has informed us and we are evaluating it, we know it is made by specialists, for health, and the soccer players together with the workers have to see what can be done that is safe and with health ahead “. In this sense, Xisco adds that” we are at the expense of the administrations, the authorities, so they give us permission to train starting with phase 1 and then see how we are doing it with a lot of measures that we have to take because, apart from wanting to play again, we are talking about a health issue that is a priority. “Sportingly, and with the team in a relegation position, the Majorcan player does not contemplate a relegation because “it would be unfair”, adding that “I think it would not be good for us to be descended when the competition is not really over and the options to save are more than possiblebut these are not things that depend on us. “last_img read more

VIDEO Ticked Kyrie chucked the ball in the stands after Jamal Murray

first_imgMurray may have made a mistake to go for the three to hit 50, but it’s nothing compared to the balls it took for journeyman Anthony Bowie to call a timeout in a blowout against the Pistons just to get the final assist for his first, and only triple double in 1996. Then Detroit head coach Doug Collins was ready to throw hands.‘96 Anthony Bowie goes out of his way to get his first triple double in a blowout. Doug Collins is pissed pic.twitter.com/KtXkchXypX— Steven R. Spoiler (@SteveSpoiler) October 14, 2018 Here’s a full highlight package of Murray torching Boston. Advertisement Baseball is known for it’s endless unwritten list of unwritten rules, but the NBA has a few too. Last night, Nuggets guard Jamal Murray lit up the Celtics for 48 in a 115-107 win over Boston, but the real drama came after Murray pulled the trigger during the final seconds in attempt to pad his stats and hit 50.Murray missed the shot, but Kyrie Irving was not happy he attempted it in the first place and reacted by taking Murray’s soon-to-be game ball and chucking it into the fans in the cheap seats.Kyrie threw the ball into the crowd after Jamal Murray’s attempt to make 50-points as the game ended pic.twitter.com/Vbx3oNxmaf— Celtics on NBC Sports Boston (@NBCSCeltics) November 6, 2018 In postgame comments, Kyrie said he thought Murray taking the shot with the game decided was a “bullshit move,” but congratulated Murray on the performance and said he’s moving on. Kyrie Irving admits he was bothered by Jamal Murray’s late shot for 50 (called it a “bullshit move”). But stressed he didn’t want to make a big deal of it and praised Murray’s performance overall. pic.twitter.com/avJyodr7dS— Chris Forsberg (@ChrisForsberg_) November 6, 2018last_img read more