Real Madrid freezes at El Sadar

Real Madrid will remember their visit to Pamplona for a long time. Because if the trip to the Navarran capital was already an ordeal, the offensive impotence that he showed in El Sadar ended up lacerating his hopes of snatching the leadership from Atlético, wasting the opportunity that the postponement of the match that Diego Pablo Simeone’s squad had to play this Saturday against Athletic in the Metropolitano had given him because of the storm of snow that lashes the peninsula. Unable again to translate their dominance of possession on occasions with true foundation against an adversary well sheltered in their field, the whites were frozen against Osasuna and already feel their breath on the back of Barça, who after a bad start to the season he is only three points behind Zinedine Zidane’s team.

Doomed again to inconsequential possessions, without the necessary depth and imbalance, Real Madrid did not manage to hurt Osasuna at any time, who accepted his fourth consecutive draw despite the fact that he did not remove him from the bottom of the table after completing a remarkable defensive exercise that completely extinguished the visiting team, in which only Modric rose above a proposal too timid to disarm the orderly red rearguard.

Not surprisingly, the tactical disposition of both teams responded to the most predictable script from the first moment. Osasuna expected a Madrid that governed the ball with the logical difficulties that it imposed a lawn that got worse as snow fell on the green, despite the enormous previous work of local employees that allowed the match to be played under adverse conditions.

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Osasuna

Herrera, Nacho Vidal, Aridane, David García, Juan Cruz, Oier, Moncayola, Roberto Torres, Rubén García (Jony, min. 77), Iñigo Pérez and Calleri (Budimir, min. 77).

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Real Madrid

Courtois, Lucas Vázquez, Varane, Sergio Ramos, Mendy, Casemiro, Modric (Isco, min. 75), Kroos, Asensio (Valverde, min. 66), Hazard (Mariano, min. 75) and Benzema.

Referee:

Soto Grado (Riojano Committee). Without reprimands.

Incidents:

Match corresponding to the eighteenth round of the League, played in El Sadar, behind closed doors.

Zidane had assured in the previous one that the storm Filomena would not condition his eleven and that is how it was in effect. Why the French gave the stripes back to Hazard, although the state of the grass was not exactly ideal for his physical battering. The Belgian was not a starter since the clash against Alavés at the end of November, in which he suffered his umpteenth setback in the form of injury. In need of further filming, the ‘7’ passed without pain or glory through El Sadar.

Without Carvajal, suspended, and with Lucas Vázquez as a replacement on the right-hand side, the whites lacked depth on the wings and it was difficult for them to find spaces in the center due to the good work of the red side. Zidane’s team usually suffers more against rivals who close to it than against those who admit to melee. It is not a trivial fact that he had succumbed to three of the four squads that had the lowest percentage of possession registered before matchday 18. The one that completed that caboose was precisely Osasuna, who also ended up giving him a blow. It is thus explained that the visitors they were left without finishing at rest for the first time so far this year, despite his overwhelming mastery of leather. Not that Osasuna threatened too much, but at least Oier forced Courtois to repel a shot off a corner kick. Modric barely gave traces of knowing how to interpret what Real Madrid needed to return with good loot to the capital, while his teammates relapsed in predictable advances.

Without ideas

Real Madrid returned from the changing rooms with another march. Lucas Vázquez tried Herrera’s gloves with a center-kick to cap off an action in which Modric broke with a scribe pass and then Asensio with a shot after a masterful control that the keeper took out his fists. The momentum of the whites began to activate Benzema, who had disappeared in the first half, and Hazard, spirited but with little spark. The ex of Chelsea continues stiff. He hardly faces and only looks in close-ups. The lionés got to mark, after a save of Herrera, but it was offside.

Zidane withdrew Asensio to enter Valverde, which meant a change of drawing. From 4-3-3 to 4-4-2, with Hazard forming an offensive duo with Benzema. Madrid pressed, but Osasuna was deployed with sufficiency. Roberto Torres had it, but the Navarrese did not adjust the auction well after a good service from Rubén García. The visitors tried with lateral centers that almost never bear fruit, so their coach opted to enlist a finisher like Mariano by taking Hazard out of the box. He also put Isco in, a strange change since the relieved was Modric, the most intoned so far. Neither the Catalan nor the Andalusian managed to shake up the shock as demanded by Zidane’s unimaginative team.

The whites, thick, put more heart than head in the final stretch and Osasuna’s work had its well-deserved award. With three more games in their saddlebags, Real Madrid is one point behind Atlético and Barça is on their heels. A serious warning for the champion to seek answers as soon as possible to the deficiencies that he displayed in El Sadar.

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Madrid took off for Pamplona after five hours trapped in Barajas

The snowstorm keeps in the air the dispute of the Osasuna-Real Madrid and Atlético-Athletic matches that must be played this Saturday. Zinedine Zidane’s team, trapped for five hours on the plane at Barajas airport, took off almost four hours late on the scheduled time, while the Biscayan team had to return to Bilbao, since they could not land in the capital. as the tracks are closed. The matches that were suspended this Friday in Segunda, delayed to Sunday, were Mirandés-Rayo Vallecano and Alcorcón-Albacete. The Rayo players had to turn around after getting off the coach to help the cars that were stopped on the road in the Community of Madrid, where there was real chaos from the afternoon due to the snow.

Real Madrid should have taken off at 7:00 p.m., but as a result of the heavy snowfall on the capital, it was not able to do so until around 11:00 p.m., after the players and the coaching staff were stranded inside of the plane for five hours, waiting to receive the order to take off for Pamplona. Madrid was outraged at LaLiga for having to suffer such torture by forcing the team to fly on Friday afternoon, when the weather situation was worst, finally the squad got the green light to fly to the Navarran capital. Real Madrid landed in Pamplona at 11:15 p.m. this Friday.

The club chaired by Florentino Pérez, following the recommendation of the employer’s association, brought forward to this Friday the displacement that he had planned to carry out on Saturday morning, and the consequence for the players was being forced to hold on inside the plane until they had a runway free and receive permission to take off. The Osasuna-Real Madrid match should be played at 9:00 p.m., but forecasts speak that at the time of the match it will continue to snow in Pamplona, ​​where on Saturday’s day it is expected that between five and ten centimeters of snow will fall. Just in case, LaLiga has articulated an alternative plan that would delay the match at 12:00 on Sunday, in case the El Sadar grass is not in condition on Saturday.

Even more threatened seems to be Atlético-Athletic in the Wanda Metropolitano, and not so much because of the state of the grass, but because the Basque team must have been flying over Madrid for three-quarters of an hour as there was no track available in Barajas and had to return to the Biscayan capital. Athletic will try to fly again this Saturday to Madrid to be able to face the leader of the League from 4:15 p.m.

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Real Madrid freezes at El Sadar

Real Madrid will remember their visit to Pamplona for a long time. Because if the trip to the Navarran capital was already an ordeal, the offensive impotence that he showed in El Sadar ended up lacerating his hopes of snatching the leadership from Atlético, wasting the opportunity that the postponement of the match that Diego Pablo Simeone’s squad had to play this Saturday against Athletic in the Metropolitano had given him because of the storm of snow that lashes the peninsula. Unable again to translate their dominance of possession on occasions with true foundation against an adversary well sheltered in their field, the whites were frozen against Osasuna and already feel their breath on the back of Barça, who after a bad start to the season he is only three points behind Zinedine Zidane’s team.

Doomed again to inconsequential possessions, without the necessary depth and imbalance, Real Madrid did not manage to hurt Osasuna at any time, who accepted his fourth consecutive draw despite the fact that he did not remove him from the bottom of the table after completing a remarkable defensive exercise that completely extinguished the visiting team, in which only Modric rose above a proposal too timid to disarm the orderly Red rearguard.

Not surprisingly, the tactical disposition of both teams responded to the most predictable script from the first moment. Osasuna expected a Madrid that governed the ball with the logical difficulties that it imposed a lawn that got worse as snow fell on the green, despite the enormous previous work of local employees that allowed the match to be played under adverse conditions.

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Osasuna

Herrera, Nacho Vidal, Aridane, David García, Juan Cruz, Oier, Moncayola, Roberto Torres, Rubén García (Jony, min. 77), Iñigo Pérez and Calleri (Budimir, min. 77).

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Real Madrid

Courtois, Lucas Vázquez, Varane, Sergio Ramos, Mendy, Casemiro, Modric (Isco, min. 75), Kroos, Asensio (Valverde, min. 66), Hazard (Mariano, min. 75) and Benzema.

Referee:

Soto Grado (Riojano Committee). Without reprimands.

Incidents:

Match corresponding to the eighteenth round of the League, played in El Sadar, behind closed doors.

Zidane had assured in the previous one that the storm Filomena would not condition his eleven and that is how it was in effect. Why the French gave the stripes back to Hazard, although the state of the grass was not exactly ideal for his physical battering. The Belgian was not a starter since the clash against Alavés in late November, in which he suffered his umpteenth setback in the form of injury. In need of further filming, the ‘7’ passed without pain or glory through El Sadar.

Without Carvajal, sanctioned, and with Lucas Vázquez as a replacement on the right-hand side, the whites lacked depth on the wings and it was difficult for them to find spaces in the center due to the good work of the red side. Zidane’s team usually suffers more against rivals who close to it than against those who admit to melee. It is not a trivial fact that he had succumbed to three of the four squads that had the lowest percentage of possession registered before matchday 18. The one that completed that caboose was precisely Osasuna, who also ended up giving him a blow. It is thus explained that the visitors they were left without finishing at halftime for the first time so far this year, despite his overwhelming mastery of leather. Not that Osasuna threatened too much, but at least Oier forced Courtois to repel a shot off a corner kick. Modric barely showed traces of knowing how to interpret what Real Madrid needed to return with a good booty to the capital, while his teammates relapsed in predictable advances.

Without ideas

Real Madrid returned from the changing rooms with another march. Lucas Vázquez tried Herrera’s gloves with a center-kick to cap off an action in which Modric broke with a scribe pass and then Asensio with a shot after a masterful control that the keeper took out his fists. The momentum of the whites began to activate Benzema, who had disappeared in the first half, and Hazard, spirited but with little spark. The ex of Chelsea continues stiff. He hardly faces and only looks in close-ups. The lionés got to mark, after a save of Herrera, but it was offside.

Zidane withdrew Asensio to enter Valverde, which meant a change of drawing. From 4-3-3 to 4-4-2, with Hazard forming an offensive duo with Benzema. Madrid pressed, but Osasuna was deployed with sufficiency. Roberto Torres had it, but the Navarrese did not adjust the auction well after a good service from Rubén García. The visitors tried with lateral centers that almost never bear fruit, so their coach opted to enlist a finisher like Mariano by taking Hazard out of the box. He also put Isco in, a strange change since the relieved was Modric, the most intoned so far. Neither the Catalan nor the Andalusian managed to shake up the shock as demanded by Zidane’s unimaginative team.

The whites, thick, put more heart than head in the final stretch and Osasuna’s work had its well-deserved award. With three more games in their saddlebags, Real Madrid is one point behind Atlético and Barça is on their heels. A serious warning for the champion to seek answers as soon as possible to the deficiencies that he displayed in El Sadar.

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Real Avilés, with a great Natalio, wins the derby against the Stadium (3-0)

A great Natalio helped fulfill the forecasts and give victory to Real Avilés in the derby against the Stadium. And it is that in coincidence with the fourth combination of local derbies played in the national category throughout the history of Suárez Puerta, Avilés knocked out its 200th visitor, the Stadium, a faithful interpreter of the role of bottom player that it has assigned.

After a long time, Real Avilés did not feel that sensation that had been haunting him, that of runaway time, that of the clock’s hands sped up against your intentions. To begin countering it, he used another type of acceleration, Cedrick Mabwati, who flaunted the characteristic that gave him fame to assist Natalio in the first goal. So far this season, only once had Real Avilés been able to score before half-time, the day they visited the VallobínHence, this new normal served to reduce his heart rate, and even more so when the scorer that RealVisinismo has the privilege of having demonstrated, 20 minutes later, his special gift to define, now with Vaseline, after receiving a deep ball from Albuquerque. and beat Samu Álvarez in the race, who broke the offside. During the first half, another couple of actions by the sprinter Mabwati and the worker Guille Vázquez helped the blue and white fan somehow alleviate the cold of the morning.




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Real Avilés-Avilés Stadium in Suárez Puerto (3-0)
Ricardo Solis

From the beginning of the second part, while Mabwati’s physicist warned of the four years he had not been photographed in a starting eleven, it was seen that the blue and white opted to go out in preserved moder. Living on income sometimes plays tricks, but the adversary didn’t do much to bother him either, and the game went without substance. Only some start from Diego Pereira and the opportunist goal of Albuquerque, culminating a great play by Guille Vázquez, they broke the tedium. The difference was proportional to qualifying, with the Stadium in the ranking of the worst numbers in the aggregate of the Third groups and with Real Avilés close to achieving the goal of entering the top three, something that it has only achieved in one twelve o’clock day.

Abraham, Real Avilés coach: “There are people who have taken a step forward”

The Real Avilés coach was exultant after winning at the Stadium. For the victory and for what some of their players had done: “Guille, Cedrick and Natalio gave a lesson in what they have.” De Cedrick, the brilliant signing of the Blue and Whites, said that he is “a spectacular kid, who has a speed that will increase as the days go by.” Abraham was seen, however, upset with what he says is a “rumor mill” that sounds too much in the city about the departure of some players that the club has decided: “It is said that there is a gag law, that Mathe left because he was not paid and it is all false; Mathe was yesterday (on Saturday) with his teammates in the locker room and the club decided to do without him for something that belongs to his private life. In this club you pay even in advance ”, he added.

Lucho Valera, coach of Avilés Stadium: “It’s not an excuse, but it’s easy to whistle us”

The Avilés Stadium coach was sad and somewhat angry yesterday with the refereeing they had in the derby against Real Avilés. The coach acknowledged that they have to “rebuild the team” as a result of the changes they are making in the squad: “In all teams there are entries and exits of players and we have to rebuild the team, doing a kind of preseason.” Valera assures that his objective now is “to score as many points as possible so as not to reach the next stage at a disadvantage.” Regarding the refereeing, Lucho Varela this time did want to say something: “I never complain about the referees, but whistling at us is easy and I don’t want it to sound like an apology.” For Varela the key was that the goals “came to us very quickly.” “We still had a choice,” he added.

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Petia Zeiringer strengthens the board of Union Investment Real Estate Austria | 01/11/21

Kurt Rossmüller, responsible for investment management, and Manfred Stagl, responsible for risk management, also belong to the three-person management committee of the real estate fund company based in Vienna. Petia Zeiringer is taking over responsibility for fund management and asset management on the board of directors from Kurt Rossmüller, who had been provisional manager of the areas since the beginning of 2020.

To person:
Petia Zeiringer studied at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and has a master’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in business education. In addition to her professional activity, she successfully completed the Certified Portfolio Manager (CPM) course at the Austrian banking academy and the Certified Real Estate Investment Analyst (CREA®) course at the International Real Estate Business School (IREBS).

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Real Madrid stretches its head

Real Madrid retaliated for their stumbling block against Elche by defeating Celta to get high provisional leader of the League, waiting for what Atlético does this Sunday against Alavés. A goal by Lucas Vázquez from Asensio’s pass in the first leg of the game and another by the Balearic at the Galician’s service in the second half allowed Zinedine Zidane’s team to stretch its head, which exceeded with note the demand posed by the visit of a team That came from adding 16 of the last 18 points in the race and thus maintains the give and take with the neighbor of the capital.

The crossing of two of the most intoned groups of the championship augured an attractive encounter. It was from the beginning because no one plays with chains. Coudet has turned Celta into a team without complexes. It cannot be said that the size of the rival made his style vary one iota in the Alfredo Di Stéfano to the Vigo team, which came out to bite Real Madrid with a very fierce pressure.

The whites did not have Sergio Ramos, their defender with the best ball treatment, so any robbery could bring gold. The olive block was close to extracting it almost at the first time. Aspas caught the ball in a poisonous zone and outwitted Courtois with a mince, but Nacho saved ‘in extremis’. The replica of Zidane’s squad made itself felt immediately. Asensio struck down the left and looked at Lucas Vázquez at the far post, where the Spaniard centered so that the Galician headed the net after beating Olaza’s back. Barely six minutes and there was no room to breathe.

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Real Madrid

Courtois, Carvajal (Vinicius, min. 85), Varane, Nacho, Mendy, Casemiro, Modric (Odegaard, min. 85), Kroos (Valverde, min. 85), Lucas Vázquez, Benzema (Mariano, min. 90) and Asensio (Hazard, min. 74).

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Celtic

Rubén Blanco, Mallo, Araujo, Murillo, Olaza, Tapia, Brais, Denis Suárez, Nolito (Baeza, min. 64), Aspas (Fran Beltrán, min. 51) and Santi Mina.

Goals:

1-0: min. 6. Lucas Vázquez. 2-0: min. 53, Asensio.

Referee:

From Burgos Bengoetxea (Basque Committee). He admonished Brais, Asensio, Tapia, Nacho, Carvajal and Casemiro.

Incidents:

Match corresponding to the seventeenth day of the League, played at the Alfredo Di Stéfano behind closed doors.

The blow did not distract Celta, determined to arm himself around possession. The Galician team manages the times well. Calm when it touches and with a point of acceleration when the spaces appear. The script did not bother Madrid either, very vertical to take advantage of the meadow left by the advanced defense of the visitors. There was room for the extremes of Real Madrid to run and the flyers to arm; not so much for Aspas to unleash the usual whirlwind. Bad business for Coudet’s troops.

Blinded by the center, Celta looked for danger on the wings, but Real Madrid responded with their most applied version. Without Sergio Ramos, the Varane-Nacho duo had another litmus test, but he again solved it with sufficiency, as in San Siro. The canterano returned to give a lesson of delivery, positioning and anticipation.

The passing of the minutes slowed down the pace, not the intensity of the lawsuit. Despite this, the chances were scarce, with a center that played in Varane before putting Courtois in trouble as the best approach from Vigo and a shoe from Carvajal from outside the area, similar to the one with which he ‘vaccinated’ Atlético but left by centimeters, representing the most serious warning of Real Madrid before the intermission arrived.

Aspas and Nolito, headdresses

Celta had an impact on his proposal around the dressing room. Patience with the ball while waiting for the Real Madrid defense to get messed up. The problem is that he lost his best trick right away. Nacho caught a foul by Aspas that posed a lot of danger at the cost of winning the yellow card. Moaña’s forward’s leg was sore and he had no choice but to leave early to the changing rooms. It was the start of a fateful minute for Celta that Real Madrid would crown by doubling the rent. Modric stole Murillo in the medullary, Casemiro leaked and the leather reached Lucas Vázquez, who returned to Asensio the assistance that the ’11’ had given him in the first goal so that the Mallorcan finally released his scoring account of the course crossing with the left foot to beat Rubén Blanco.

Asensio’s target made Real Madrid grow, who was able to sentence in a Benzema shot that was bitten. Celta had no choice but to turn to shorten distances and Zidane’s team enjoyed the counter. Coudet retired Nolito, also with physical problems, to enter Baeza, a white blackbird who left a great memory in his time at La Fábrica and who was about to cut the difference with a shot that Nacho blocked.

Zidane enlisted Hazard to give a Rest more than deserved to Asensio, who completed his best performance of the course. He also gave Carvajal, Modric and Kroos a truce so that Vinicius, Valverde and an Odegaard who had not appeared since the debacle against Shakhtar Donetsk participated for a while. And he even gave a few minutes to Mariano, another who had not participated since the ill-fated visit to Kiev. An end, in short, placid for a dispute that Valdebebas saw with concern at the good time when Celta arrived and from which Real Madrid came out redeemed. As almost always when it is most demanded.

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Meghan Markle and Harry prepare the return to London and put on staff

A period of novelty for Meghan Markle e Harry who have recently launched the first episode of their podcast and who apparently intend to return to London to ask the Queen a favor: it seems that they want to ask to extend the transition period that will lead them to the definitive separation from the Royal Family.

Among the news of the period, according to news revealed by the Daily Mail, they would summarized two members of their court staff, who had been out of work at the time of the Megxit. Specifically, the newspaper explains that it would be Clara Loughran and Beth Herlihy who should work as a freelancer for the Sussex. In the past, the two professionals had worked for Meghan and Harry in the field of communication and today they have been called to follow the charity projects within the United Kingdom.

The two, as reported by the Daily Mail, have a long career behind them for the Royal Family. Clara Loughran has worked for Prince Harry since 2015 organizing official engagements and charities. Beth Herlihy was in charge of the Sussexes program since September 2018, but previously – and for over four years – she worked as an events coordinator for the Royal Foundation. The two recently founded Herlihy Loughran.

Recently the couple’s staff has grown and renewed also in the States where they live. As for the communicationin fact, they relied on two experts who entered the team. These are Pinterest’s former communications manager, Christine Schirmer, as head of communications, and Toya Holness, the couple’s new press secretary.

While the head of staff is Catherine St-Laurent, who also has the role of executive director of Archewell charitable foundation.

In Britain they have always kept James Holt in charge of communications in the UK.

Meanwhile Meghan and Harry have released the first episode of the podcast, a real success with the intervention of little Archie who managed to obscure the parents. It is 33 minutes dedicated to the new year and reflections on 2020. First episode of a series, according to the $ 40 million agreement signed with Spotify. The couple’s eldest son appeared surprisingly towards the end of the episode, wishing the listeners a happy new year.

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Cartel office approves takeover of 92 Real branches

Department store chain is split up

These markets will remain “real” for the time being

92 former Real branches go to Kaufland. Actually, the supermarket chain, which belongs to the Schwarz Group, would have liked to take over even more. Up to 101 Real department stores were in discussion. But the Federal Cartel Office took a stand for competition reasons and only gave Kaufland the contract for 92 branches. In addition to Kaufland, the Globus supermarket chain is also taking over some of Real’s branches. The following markets will not be taken over by Kaufland or Globus for the time being.

Bedburg, Heidenau, Hemer, Heidenheim, Brandenburg, Neubrandenburg, Horb, Dülmen and Falkensee.

But it is likely that these branches will go to a competitor of Kaufland. Because Edeka is also showing great interest in taking over some branches. But the decision as to whether Germany’s largest supermarket chain will actually be awarded the contract to take over Real branches has been postponed into the new year. Edeka is planning to take over 72 department stores from Real. In addition to Kaufland, the Globus supermarket chain is also taking over some of Real’s branches. The approximately 12,000 employees at Real are also offered new professional prospects, according to the competition watchdog.

Schwarz group is getting bigger and bigger

Even if the Bundeskartellamt Kaufland awarded the contract for 92 branches, the competition watchdogs are keeping a close eye on Kaufland’s parent company, the Schwarz Group. Because the discounter Lidl is also part of the Schwarz Group. With the takeover of Real branches, Kaufland and its parent company could become even bigger and, above all, more powerful. Lidl alone has over 3,000 branches in Germany. With the acquired Real branches, Kaufland will have 762 supermarkets in the future. So that the power of the Schwarz Group does not become even greater, the Federal Cartel Office put a stop to further takeovers by Kaufland. The Federal Cartel Office justified its decision in the future, too, for consumers to have enough options to choose where they want to shop.

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