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Soccer, Second Division B: Víctor Fernández-Miranda appears to continue presiding over Langreo

Meanwhile, the club continues to strengthen itself to try to stay in the high positions of group 1B of Segunda B. It did so yesterday announcing two additions. One of them, David Iglesias, arrives to give Ganzábal’s team more offensive gunpowder. The 20-year-old player is from Langreo and comes on loan from Real Oviedo. This season he was playing on loan at Praviano, from the Third Division. A footballer trained in the quarries of Alcázar, Sporting and Roces, he was called up by the Spanish under-16 team during his time as a rojiblanco player. His faculties caught the attention of Alavés, who signed him to transfer him to his subsidiary, San Ignacio, where he stayed until in the second round of last season Asturias returned to play for Gijón Industrial. At the end of the course he signed for Oviedo, which he then yielded to Praviano.

And from the youth of David Iglesias to the experience that Langreo hopes Álvaro Muñiz will bring him. The 32-year-old midfielder from Gijón has played 225 matches in Second B, passing through Pájara-Playas, Moratalla, Caravaca, Burgos, Marino de Luanco, La Hoya Lorca, Lealtad, Formentera and Internacional de Madrid.

His last experience has been, yes, very far from Asturias and Spanish football. Álvaro Muñiz arrives from Inter Turku, a top-flight team from Finland with whom he has played twice in the preliminary phase of the Europa League. A reinforcement of guarantees for the Barça midfielder with which they hope to consolidate among the top three of group 1B, which would ensure their permanence and would bring them closer to the goal of getting into the top category below Second next season.


Exciting afternoon for the Asturians of Second B: the last hour of Lealtad, Sporting B, Vetusta and Marino

Sporting B- Loyalty: 3:45 p.m., Dizziness.

The Sporting B coach, Samuel Baños, faces today (Dizziness, 3:45 p.m.) a special match against Lealtad, the team he led to the Third Division title in the 2018-19 season and with which he started the streak that has ended in the record without defeats of Spanish soccer. “It’s going to be a tough game,” Samuel said yesterday, in need of a victory that would allow him to vent in an exceptional season.

“It’s special,” Samuel said of Loyalty. “I have great friends there. They gave us the first opportunity to train and I will always be grateful ”. And in sports, the coach points out that “he is a very competitive rival, he has adapted very well to the category. It is a very physical team, dangerous from set pieces. It’s going to be a very tough game. ”

Sporting B faces the match after beating Numancia and drawing in the fiefdom of the leader, Langreo. “We are happy because the boys have evolved and matured. Many came without experience, from the youth team, ”says the subsidiary’s coach. He asks the same demand from both new and regulars like César, scorer in Ganzábal and one of the players followed by David Gallego. “César, like the rest of the boys in the subsidiary, have to mature and be prepared. The opportunities in professional football are tough. You have to do many things well many times. We must focus on our daily work and not lose ourselves with the future “, concludes.

The rojiblanco coach has not provided a call. He has the losses of the youth Cristian, due to injury, and the striker Berto, who has been suspended for four games for his expulsion in Langreo. Meanwhile, Clemente Sánchez, Lealtad coach, has trained his players to continue on the line at the beginning of the season, despite the fact that the unbeaten streak was broken in Soria, which set the record in 69 games.

Samuel, in his time as Loyalty coach. | LNE

Vetusta-Numancia: 3:45 p.m., El Requexón

The Vetusta faces this afternoon in El Requexón (15.45 hours) an important duel against one of the most powerful teams in Second B. The people of Oviedo receive Numancia, recently relegated from the silver category. They do it after receiving bad news from the last minute. Álex Suárez, a youthful midfielder, retired injured in the defeat against Cultural and suffers an injury to his left ankle that will keep him away until January.

His absence joins the already known side Jorge Mier and striker Gassan Ahadme. The rest of the players are available for Emilio Cañedo, blue coach, who will bet on an eleven very similar to that of the last appointments. The alignment could be the one formed by: Hórreo; Amez, Ugarte, English, Raúl Prada; Róber Sierra, Guille Bernabéu, Jordi Avilés; Ton Ripoll, Javi Cueto and Vanderson. “We have to make ourselves strong at home and get three points,” emphasizes Berto Hórreo, Vetusta goalkeeper. Numancia, third classified (Vetusta is sixth) has three casualties: Ronald, Jara and Moha.

Emilio Cañedo. LNE

Burgos-Marino: 6:00 p.m., El Plantío

The Marino is obliged to travel to Burgos today to play the match of the fifth day of Second B, as the Spanish Federation did not respond to the Luanquín club’s request for postponement. El Marino will appear today (18 hours) in El Plantío with just three training sessions in the last two, due to the home confinement of the staff due to a positive for covid-19. “We have it assumed. We have given our point of view, the federation decided that we have to play and now we have to focus on the game “, assured the Luanquin coach, Oli.

Despite these inconveniences and the strength of the rival, Oli does not consider reserving any player for the two games next week in Miramar, on Wednesday the postponed against Valladolid Promesas, and on Sunday against Langreo. “We cannot look beyond this game because Valladolid had several positives and Langreo is also now passing confinement.”

“We have to fight the game”continued Oli, who hopes to convince his players that he can score at El Plantío. To do this, the coach wants to propose a long-term match: “We are interested in a round trip match. That is why the five changes are going to be essential, so that people can express themselves and ask for the change when they are tired. The physical aspect is going to be important and I am worried about not having injuries ”.

Oli summoned the 18 available players, with the already known losses of Nacho Matador and Guille Pinín. A probable alignment would be the one formed by Chechu Granda; Iván Fernández, Trabanco, Emilio Morilla, Guaya; César Suárez, Lora, Míchel; Álex Arias, Luis Morán and Chiqui. “We have to defend together because the recovery involves leaving a clean sheet, which we have not yet achieved,” stressed Oli.


Langreo is once again the leader of Second B after 24 years

That Langreo of the 1996-1997 season started with Carrete as a coach, but the results, after a promising start, caused him to be dismissed on the fifteenth day. He was replaced first by Lara on the bench – for nine days – and then by Pérez García.

In Langreo he had also led the table on the third day, although tied on points with Deportivo B. And last year, 1995-1996, he was also on one occasion as a co-leader, on an equal footing with Valladolid B.

The current season is the nineteenth that Langreo has competed in Second B. In none of them were they able to make the jump to Second, which they had previously done from Third on two occasions.

The course that most times was at the top of the classification in Second B was 1979-1980, when only the first two rose. The last day that Langreo was leading was the twenty-second, but before that the Barça club was another eight days at the top, in a course in which they finished in fifth position.

To complete the leadership moments of the Popular Union of Langreo, a circumstance first place appears, shared with Leganés, after defeating Langreo on the first day of the 1990-1991 season.

The current Langreo, trained by Ángel Rodríguez, beat Vetusta 0-1 in El Requexón on the first day and came back to beat Valladolid B (2-1) on the last day. Now on Saturday Burgos will be measured this Saturday (5:00 p.m.) in El Plantío to defend their first position, against a rival who has just won the Sporting subsidiary last day.

The current good start is further enhanced by raising a similar record to 24 years ago. That Langreo, who had Secades as his top scorer with nine goals, and had Melgar, Terente, Pipi or José Alberto in his squad, was framed in the nineties, in which Ganzábal’s team reached six consecutive seasons in the category, its best all-time record.


Outlook: Epiroc Aktiebolag Registered B announces results for the past quarter | 10/22/20

Epiroc Aktiebolag Registered B will present figures for the most recent quarter on October 23, 2020, which ended on September 30, 2020.

On average, 13 analysts estimate that earnings of SEK 1.02 per share were posted in the past quarter. That would be a decrease of 20.31 percent compared to the EPS of the previous year’s quarter, when 1.28 SEK per share had been achieved.

In terms of sales for the past quarter, 13 analysts expect an average decrease of 15.74 percent to SEK 8.56 billion. A year earlier a turnover of 10.16 billion SEK had been achieved.

The estimates by 21 analysts for the current fiscal year amount to an average earnings per share of 4.30 SEK. In the same period last year the company had a profit per share of 5.19 SEK. 20 analysts are assuming an average of 35.45 billion SEK for sales, after 40.85 billion SEK in the previous year.

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Cardi B Was Proudly Beaming Over Normani in ‘WAP’ Behind The Scenes Video

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion‘s “WAP” is one of the most iconic songs to come out of 2020, and came with an equally legendary music video featuring some famous faces. Along with a brief appearance by Kylie Jenner, artists including Mulatto, Rubi Rose, Sukihana and Normani also busted out some sultry dance moves for their own cameos.

In a new (also NSFW) behind-the-scenes music video, Cardi is seen watching Normani do her thing in front of the green screen, while the rapper is off to the side capturing it all on video, kind of like a proud stage mom, as she kept singing “Motivation” — a nod to the singer’s hit single of the same name. It will warm your soul.

Afterwards, the two shared a conversation as Cardi thanked Normani for being in the video, and explained she’s been waiting to release the song for so long. She told Normani, “This record, I had it for like, nine months already. It’s like, I had this record for so long … this is THE song … it’s like, the perfect song.”


New AAIC findings point to the gut-brain axis as a new breakthrough in Alzheimer’s research


SHANGHAI, January 30 / PRNewswire / – Alzheimer’s disease has been an unsolved mystery to scientists since the first patient was diagnosed over 100 years ago. For different theories, such as For example, although the cholinergic hypothesis, the amyloid cascade hypothesis and the tau protein hypothesis, research advances have been achieved, unfortunately without offering new therapies to patients. In recent years, scientists in Parkinson’s disease, depression, and autism have increasingly focused on the gut-brain axis. At the 34th Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC), data were presented that link the microbiome to Alzheimer’s disease and GV-971 therapy introduced by Shanghai Green Valley Pharmaceuticals.

As the largest and most influential international conference on dementia science, the AAIC organizes a five-day event on basic sciences, pathogenesis and other developments in the field of Alzheimer’s. On July 27th, the opening meeting of the AAIC on “Microbiome in Alzheimer’s Disease: Pathogenesis and Treatment Implications” took place, focusing on the influence of the intestinal flora on the Alzheimer’s disease.

“New research shows that an abnormal microbiome releases peripheral inflammatory cells that enter the brain and cause neuroinflammation,” said Jeffrey Cummings, MD, vice chair for research and research professor at the UNLV Brain Health Faculty and director of the center for Neurodegeneration and Translational Neuroscience at the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health at the Cleveland Clinic.

Michael Heneka, MD, professor at the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases and at the Clinic for Neurodegenerative Diseases and Gerontopsychiatry at the University of Bonn, referred to the influence of the microbiome on activated microglia of the immune system, which interacted with astroglia and other nerve cells and caused neuroinflammation.

Sangram Sisodia, professor of neurosciences at the University of Chicago, demonstrated in his studies with high-dose antibiotics in mice the modulation of the intestinal flora in amyloid protein deposits and neuroinflammation. He concluded: “The changed microbiome may have a significant impact on behaviors and part of Alzheimer’s neuropathology.”

These research results show that scientists are gradually shifting their focus on research on diseases of the central nervous system to include the connection between the intestinal flora and disorders of the central nervous system.

For example, a study published in the Journal of Physiology on July 2 showed that the build-up of misfolded proteins in the gut in mice could promote the development of signs of Alzheimer’s disease.

In August 2019, Professor Shengdi Chen of the Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Medicine provided clinical evidence for the correlation between intestinal flora and Alzheimer’s.

On July 27, Professor Meiyu Geng of the Chinese Academy of Sciences at the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica gave a lecture in an AAIC session entitled “Causal Communication Between Gut Microbiota Dysbiosis and Neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s Disease and Therapeutic Intervention by Oligomannate” (about: “Causal relationship between intestinal flora dysbiosis and neuroinflammation in Alzheimer’s and therapeutic intervention by oligomannate”). The novel mechanism of GV-971, which targets the intestinal-brain axis and was presented by their research team, was explained and demonstrated that GV-971 remedied intestinal flora dysbiosis, prevented an abnormal increase in intestinal flora metabolites, a peripheral and central one Inflammation modulated, amyloid protein deposits reduced and cognitive function improved.

GV-971 is the first novel drug that targets the gut-brain axis for the treatment of Alzheimer’s. It was approved by the NMPA in November 2019 and approved by the FDA as an Investigational New Drug for a global multicenter Phase III clinical trial that is expected to be completed in 2025.

According to data from the World Health Organization, around 50 million people worldwide suffer from dementia, 60-70% of whom have Alzheimer’s. There is still a long way to go before this untreatable disease can be completely overcome. Fortunately, advances in research, drug discovery, and treatment for Alzheimer’s disease are ongoing.

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In the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, July 11, Musk surpassed the chairman of the Berkshire Hathaway Board of Directors, Warren Buffett, in terms of his fortune. Then, according to the agency, the founder of SpaceX had $ 70.5 billion. Now in the ranking of Bloomberg Musk is on the seventh line, his fortune is estimated at $ 70.6 billion.

In July, the head of Tesla also said that the company was close to developing a car with full automation technology. Now the manufacturer of electric cars produces cars with the option of advanced automation (autopilot function).