Sevilla gives Kjaer to Milan until the end of the season

first_imgSevilla has formalized on Monday the transfer of the Danish central Simon Kjaer to Milan until the end of this season after canceling its loan commitment with the Atalanta de Bergamo. As reported by Sevilla on its website, the Milanese entity reserve a purchase option at the end of the season by the defender Danish, who asked to leave Atalanta because it has only been aligned in six official matches since his arrival in August.The Nordic Central, 30, lbequeathed to Sevilla in the summer of 2017 from the Turkish Fenerbahçe, He played 64 official matches in the two seasons in which he played in the Sevilla squad, has been 95 international absolute with Denmark and also accumulates experiences in the Danish, German and French championships.last_img read more

Darder’s reinvention

first_imgThe arrival of Abelardo Fernández and Raúl de Tomás has not only spurred the spirits of Spanishism, but it has been a stir for the players, whose roles vary. In the same way that Matías Vargas was one of the players who did not find fit in the system of Pablo Machín, in which the extremes had no opportunities or played outside their areas, with the arrival of Abelardo Sergi Darder is the player who will have than reinvent or live a more demanding competition. Darder himself, in an interview with AS last season, reflected on his demarcation. “It is trying to be more mediapunta than medium, but that player profile is Melendo. I can do it, but I usually play further back. The midfielder has innate qualities … “, said the player in a context of personal and collective brilliance of Rubi’s team, who finished seventh in the championship. The truth is that Darder has taken more turns than a spinning top in Espanyol. Since his arrival, the Mallorcan has acted in the double pivot, indoor on both sides, end with Quique Sánchez Flores and forward, always understanding the game in its own way and marking or assisting at decisive moments. Taking into account the template and its resources, enter Darder, Raúl de Tomás, Víctor Campuzano, Jonathan Calleri Y Wu Lei the attack positions will be distributed, playing Abelardo with the moments of the matches and with the advantage of having three competitions.So far, Darder has been a starter in all the meetings with Machín and was only substitute in two with David Gallego. Now he will have to reinvent himself again to take Espanyol to achieve his goals. Darder has already demonstrated his adaptation.center_img At the technician’s premiere Asturian in the derby, Darder acted as Forward when Espanyol was not in control of the game and of midfielder when he took the ball. A position that is not usual for the Mallorcan, although it can adapt due to its scoring ability: in fact, with two goals, it is among the top scorers of the first round. Abelardo himself referred to Darder as forward in his last press conference. The rise of David López to the midfielder and the arrival of Raúl de Tomás complicate the lace of the spiritual captain of Espanyol.last_img read more

Williams: “It’s our chance to get the barge out”

first_imgIñaki Williams scored headlong in the 92nd minute, although it is not a dominating facet, a goal that put Athletic in the semifinals of the Cup and collapsed to Barcelona. He combed it with the crest. San Mamés fell apart. Total Ecstasy After the celebrations with the whole stadium, I was excited, almost crying. “It’s our chance to take out the barge”, sentenced. The rojiblanco squad spoke from the heart: “Hopefully we get the dream we want”. And that the current format of the Cup has been about to give them a scare, for the two crosses with Elche and Tenerife resolved on penalties: “Sometimes you have to have faith and heart. This Cup is having surprising results, it was complicated but we have been advancing. “last_img read more

Athletic-Villarreal Calleja, against Gil Manzano, VAR referee: “Scandalous”

first_img“Whenever you have to arbitrate in all the controversial moves It has a color that is not yellow. This time It seems scandalous to me. The red -a Capa- for the entrance to Cazorla is clear and in the first penalty I do not understand that the VAR does not correct him. You can’t cut your arms “he added.Calleja, what was expelled after protesting “angrily”, as he himself recognized, the entrance “with the tacos ahead at knee height” to Cazorla, confessed to feeling “helplessness”. “I do not understand arbitration decisions. From now on I imagine that all hands in the area will be penalized. Also the VAR has been quick to decide in the hand of Albiol and in which there has been Alcácer in the end or has raised it, “he complained. The coach of Vilarreal CF, Javi Calleja, He was outraged by the work of the referee team in the match that faced them against Athletic Club in San Mamés and He stressed his performance was “key” in the development of the game and “scandalous” against his team.“The performance of the referee -Medié Jiménez- has been key with its disparity of criteria to the side in decisive plays, accompanied by the VAR decisions that have hurt us, as in other matches with the same referee“, lament in reference to the work of Gil Manzano in the VOR room.last_img read more

Who would benefit a League behind closed doors?

first_imgValladolid: 29 pointsThe team led by Sergio González has a calendar with complicated visits to two direct rivals: Leganés and Eibar. In addition, home confrontations before Atlético, Sevilla or Valencia that they would not be equally adverse without a local audience. In Zorrilla receives Celta, Getafe, Levante, Alavés and Betis. In the absence of twelve days to finish the championship, Real Madrid outperforms Barcelona by one point over the goal average. The Zidane set has a calendar a priori more friendly than those of Setién. Discarding the day of the weekend, which seems to be in no danger, and in which the white team will visit Betis and the Catalans will receive the Royal Society at the Camp Nou. The days after this weekend can be played in a unusual situation: no audience in the stadiums and with the aggravating fact that the local teams They cannot enjoy the unconditional support of their hobby.In that situation Real Madrid would, a priori, benefit slightly compared to his great adversary. Since those of Concha Espina although they would receive within two days in an empty Bernabéu to the always awkward Valencia, they could enjoy the difficult exits to the north of Spain: Anoeta (April 5, 30th day) and San Mamés (May 3, 34th day) Without the pressure of local fans. Visits to two stadiums generally hostile to the white set and in those who have not won since 2017. Logically, a hypothetical LaLiga dispute behind closed doors would favor white interests and possibly it would harm those of Barcelona. The Setien would have to face tough opponents like Athletic (day 31); Athletic (33rd day) and measure at Spanish in the Barcelona derby (35th day) without the almost 80,000 ‘throats’ of support of the Camp Nou. Important handicap when everything counts a lot in such a close championship.Fight for the ChampionsNot only Real Madrid and Barcelona would be affected. The five teams that dispute the other two places of Champions too. Real Sociedad: 43 pointsThe Real Sociedad, sixth, and with a match still to be played against Eibar. It would get rid of the atmosphere of the rival camp against direct enemies such as Getafe, Villarreal or Athletic although it would also be harmed in Anoeta before Real Madrid or Seville. I wouldn’t take much advantage of playing behind closed doors. Celtic: 25 pointsThe Vigo team is out of the relegation and has to play a very demanding calendar with real ‘coconuts’ in its stadium. Without the hypothetical support of his phenomenal fans, Celta would receive Villarreal, Barcelona and Atlético. Not all is bad news and should play behind closed doors in the fields of direct rivals such as Valladolid and Mallorca. Uncertainty about the crisis of coronavirus does not affect The league Spanish at the moment. As the president of the Higher Sports Council (CSD), Irene Lozano, only the two football matches and the other two of basketball designated by the Minister of Health, Salvador Illa will be played behind closed doors and without public.But if the health alert persists, it cannot be ruled out that The league and the CSD follow the steps of Series A, which has decided by decree that the championship continues to be played but without an audience in their stadiums for at least one month. If this happens the competition would suffer a major alteration and there would be teams that would be slightly more benefited than others. Seville: 46 pointsThe whole of Spain would have a lime and a sand one. Currently third in the table, I would have to play the Sevilla derby and receive Barcelona (j30) without the support of theirs. On the other hand, visits to Villarreal (day 31); Athletic (35º) and Real Sociedad (37º) would do it without rival public. A small advantage for the second best visitor of the twenty teams. This weekend he travels to the Metropolitan. Athletic: 44 pointsAtlético de Madrid, immersed in securing a Champions League spot next season, would have to receive the Real Sociedad without its audience on the last day but would clearly be one of the main beneficiaries. I would go to the stadiums of Athletic, Osasuna, Barcelona, Celtic Y Getafe knowing that I would not have the added pressure of the rival fans.center_img Valencia: 41 pointsAlthough they are four points from the Champions area, Celades could be one of the most benefited teams. At home he has no direct rivals to receive: Levante, Osasuna, Athletic, Valladolid and Espanyol. Y despite having seven home meetings pending, the most complicated visits would be raided when playing without an audience: Real Madrid (day 29); Villarreal (32º) and Sevilla (the last one).Fight to avoid the descent Mallorca: 22 pointsLike the rest of the teams with the ‘noose around the neck’, Mallorca will play countless finals until the last day of the season. Outside I would have to Real Madrid (who already won in the first round), Athletic, Atleti and Sevilla, very complicated rivals for the worst team as a LaLiga visitor (2 points). Playing at home behind closed doors can make scratch Some unexpected point. At home he has a Barça, Leganés, Celta, Levante and Granada. Leganés: 20 pointsOnly five points as a visitor, playing behind closed doors outside Butarque can be a handicap that this time could be in your favor. There are seven home meetings left that in a hypothetical closing of doors can be positive: Villarreal, Barça, Mallorca, Osasuna, Espanyol, Eibar and Athletic. Getafe: 45 pointsThose of Bordalás had one of the most flattering calendars of the teams that dispute the Champions League but a hypothetical closed-door dispute could complicate his aspirations. They would have to receive three tough enemies as locals: Real Sociedad, Villarreal and Atlético. Although in his favor he would visit the Santiago Bernabéu, on the 33rd day, behind closed doors. Eibar: 27 pointsVery similar calendar that is left to those of Mendilibar although with Really complicated visits to Real Madrid, Getafe or Seville. At home besides that he would receive nearby enemies without his people in Ipurua Leganés or Valladolid he would have to dispute the postponed clash against Real. Espanyol: 20 pointsThe worst team in its stadium in all of LaLiga, playing without local fans may even suit you because of the pressure you feel when you play in your campor. In Cornellà, he would receive Real Madrid, Leganés, Eibar and Celta, among others. Off be would benefit before Getafe, Real, Barcelona and Valencia.last_img read more

Tsobanian proposes to play the Madrid Open between the US Open and Roland Garros

first_imgThe president and CEO of the Mutua Madrid Open, Gerard Tsobanian, continues with the concept that the Madrid match could be held from September 14 to 20 subsequent, simply the week earlier than Roland Garros, though he confesses that at present it’s not doable to “set up a set calendar” for a season that’s already “significantly broken” and for which he recommends setting “a deadline” for the ATP and the WTA can be terminated till 2021.“Sure, however we can’t go forward and give a date like Roland Garros did,” Tsobanian replies in an interview with ‘L’Equipe’ about whether or not he retains that date as the greatest. “At present, you can’t set a set schedule. Whether it is to change once more in two or three weeks as a result of the scenario just isn’t bettering, it might not be critical.” Add.The chief believes that now they need to deal with seeing “how the pandemic is growing” in the world and if there’s an “enchancment”, then “critical forecasts could be made and to be sure that an occasion can happen. “Anyway, rated the organizers of Roland Garros, who canceled the ‘Grand Slam’, scheduled for the finish of Might, and set it straight from September 20 to October four as “courageous and maybe slightly optimistic”As well as to not leaving Wimbledon an excessive amount of margin whether it is lastly postponed.As well as, for the French, to place the Madrid Masters 1,000 and Premier Necessary simply after the US Open It shouldn’t be an enormous downside for tennis gamers, who suppose they might settle for it “given the urgency and complexity of what stays to be performed.”“Not everybody reaches the US Open closing, many lose in the first week or at the starting of the second, which supplies them time to put together to play in Madrid on clay. The finalists of the US Open, in actual fact, will really feel the change, however it’s a lesser evil when the solely factor that issues is the pleasure of having the ability to play once more. The vitality that can present the alternative to remake your career will probably be better than the chain of tournaments from one week to the subsequent, “he provides. Tsobanian acknowledges being “frightened about the future” due to the present scenario due to the pandemic and the doable “worry” of re-filling the precincts, and is opposed to enjoying with out an viewers. “Tennis is about sharing and the gamers need to dwell their feelings with the followers. It’s like making dish with out the ingredient that provides all of it its taste, it might take away all the appeal of what’s supposed to be a good time to all, “he remarks.“The extra the weeks go by, the extra the doable choices fall”“As a member of the Board of Administrators of the European ATP and WTA World Tournaments, I’m in fixed dialogue with the gamers, with all the match administrators and the leaders of the two circuits to see slightly what are the concepts and measures that may be taken, the calendars, the climate … There are such a lot of choices and variables, however the extra the weeks go by, the extra the doable choices fall “, admits the CEO of the Mutua Madrid Open.The supervisor admits that they have been considering of placing the Miami match “in July”, which now virtually guidelines it out, and put the clay courts earlier than Roland Garros. “These eventualities flow into at the ATP or WTA desk to save what they will, however the extra the weeks go by, the extra it appears to be saving the furnishings. No matter occurs, the 12 months 2020 will probably be significantly broken,” he says.On this sense, he believes {that a} “deadline” needs to be set for ATP and WTA to determine to cancel the whole season. “What would have to be achieved is cease every part on December 31, 2019 and begin once more on January 1, 2021. There isn’t a classification that can maintain or factors, it might be like ‘going again to the future to begin the future’”, Tsobanian stresses.last_img read more

Manchester United secure relay for De Gea

first_img“It is an incredible feeling, coming to Manchester United is the dream of many guys who start playing soccer,” Vitek said in the official statement. “I didn’t believe it when I found out about the interest but now it’s a reality.” The goalkeeper is not the first youth player to sell the Sigma Olomouc to the Premier League, since in 2010 he transferred Tomás Kalas to Chelsea. Radek Vitek, 16, is the latest signing for Manchester United. The young Czech goalkeeper from Sigma Olomouc will join the youth team of the Red Devils in July after FIFA has approved all negotiations. Vitek was also on trial at Southampton last November.last_img read more

Foster’s Fairplay: Reward Cuthbert-Flynn

first_imgOlivia ‘Babsy’ Grange has returned to the country’s new ministerial Cabinet in a familiar role. Sports will again have the benefit of her long-time exposure in that arena. Her first visible move is praiseworthy. She paid a touching tribute to Jordan Foote, the footballer out of Holy Trinity High School, who sadly succumbed to the ravages of cancer, during which he had lost a leg. On his bereaved family’s behalf, Foster’s Fairplay says “Thank you, Minister.” On a brighter note, Champs is in the air. With its coming, there is the usual friendly, if at times raucous, crosstalk between supporters of the rival schools. Traditionally, the heat is a lot more intense with the face-offs within the boys’ arena. Social media continues to be fertile soil for the raves and rants. Predictions are the domain of others a lot more qualified to engage in that activity, now fine-tuned to a science. The usual clamour, including calls for transparency, surrounds the distribution of entry tickets. The five-day event continues to attract an audience which severely outstrips the capacity of the hosting facility. At some point, the powers that be shall be asked to give full account. With the new Government’s initial slate of executive positions released, Foster’s Fairplay notes with disappointment (no pun intended) and dismay a glaring omission. No place has been found in her area of excellence for Member of Parliament Juliet Cuthbert-Flynn. She is the second sporting personality of her calibre to venture into the oven of politics. World icon, the late Herb McKenley, preceded her in the tenuous move and was twice roasted. Cuthbert-Flynn, the 1992 Barcelona Olympics double sprint silver medallist, has shown admirable courage and commitment (gender restrictions bar the word ‘cojones’) in her consummate contribution to her country. Follow this journalist to the 1995 IAAF World Championships in Gothenburg. After completing her individual sprint duties, the 100m finalist took ill and was hospitalised. In her mind, the supporting trio of Dahlia Duhaney, Beverly McDonald and Merlene Ottey needed her usual inspirational backstretch run to buttress their chances for gold in the sprint relay. The St Thomas lass, her thoughts locked on a repeat gold, as achieved by the same quartet four years prior at the Tokyo World Champs, did what was to her the only thing. She went from sickbed to track and a silver medal was forged in that crucible of sheer grit and determination, to make it Jamaica. This spoke to a rare quality of resilience and resolve to bounce back from adversity. In Barcelona, her personal catalogue could have shown gold in the 4x100m relay. With Michelle Freeman on lead off, plus the other two girls from the Tokyo triumph, barring relay trauma, top spot looked good. Her second-leg straightaway flasher was stopped short with a hamstring injury that severely compromised the second handover. Jamaica were out. The nation was rocked and moved to tears. The pain was intensified the following year with the Stuttgart World Championships. Recovery was slow and the void was filled with signs pointing her to the exit door from the sport. They sprang from the least expected of sources, some ideally positioned to enforce such a white flag hoisting. She, however, survived and Gothenburg was as recounted. Her final hurrah, at her own pace, was the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. She bade farewell with sprint relay bronze, assisted by Freeman, a near-lame Nikole Mitchell and the perennial Ottey. What a Juliet! What a warrior! What a Jamaican! She has stared down the barrel of guns held by thieving thugs. Only mention of her name saved her from a sad story. Now, at age 51, with the challenges of pregnancy, countering Zika virus precautions, she whips an incumbent who was super confident of almost automatic victory. Where is the recognition? Where is the reward? Consulted on her omission, she responded tersely: “Sorry … I do not have any comment on that matter.” For feedback, email lauriefoster2012@gmail.comlast_img read more

Memorable 4x400m anchor-leg showdown

first_imgChamps 2016 and all that it offered has disappeared into the pages of history. Some will label what was experienced at the National Stadium to close out last week “the best ever”.Whether it was or not, the sweet aroma lingering about the accomplishments of one little man will last for some time.Christopher Taylor, along with his now five straight triumphant team, answered the call of Calabar High in strident terms.Coming into the 106th staging of the world-acclaimed spectacle, the 16-year-old sensation held the title of World Youth champion. The status was rooted in a 45.27-second mark over the 400 metres in Cali, Colombia, last year.His mind set on records, he got them out of the way in that and the 200m from the preliminary rounds. A crowded slate of final-day expectations had to be properly handled.He had the benefit of a coach, Michael Clarke, who had prescribed and dispensed this and even more arduous diets for athletes under his care, several times over. Throughout the journey, the young man, who is nicknamed ‘Cubby’, coupled calm and composure with humility.With thoughts of personal marks summarily dismissed, he entered the final day with a new agenda – securing points to distance the green and black from their threatening purple-clad rivals of Kingston College (KC).On two occasions, he sauntered to his accustomed front spot and after crossing the line, pulling his teammate into second spot to register 16 points total in both the half- and one-lap outings.With the title race decided, the now competition-soaked speed demon was again summoned to further service. There would be no flinching. The feeling from all who supported him was that when you are called to serve, you do so with determination, diligence and a spirit of devotion to duty.HERE,SIR!As such, he valiantly stood to attention, upright in stance and quoted from his school song, Here, Sir!.Controlled sprinting and safe exchanges, typifying the 40-zero timed 4x100m relay, the last hurrah of the mile relay, required a little bit more to be truthful, considerably more.Kingston College, overall defeat, conceded wanted bragging rights from the traditional final event. To cement this, they brought out the six-foot-five-inch Akeem Bloomfield, the national junior 400m record holder with a Champs 2015 time of 44.93.A very talent-protective coach, Neil Harrison, accustomed to preparing athletes who were touching on world class, had made some early declarations. Bloomfield would be kept in mothballs, saved from the usual 200-400m double, plus relays by omitting him from the furlong.The World Junior Championships and for his charge to be booked on the Rio Olympics flight, were of paramount importance.The fact that Bloomfield lined up to anchor the flagship event was less of a departure from that template and more a resolve to send a message to the runaway Calabar train. Built into all that thought process, was the school motto: ‘The brave may fall, but never yield’.Kingston College, so long hunting a major schoolboy title, had fallen yet again.However, to yield would fly in the face of a potent school culture.History will record that the Christopher Taylor dynamo received the baton on the final pass zero metres ahead of Bloomfield. Make that 12 metres following a Kingston College handover stutter.Bloomfield was not long in taking sight of the deficit and zoomed in on Taylor, catching, passing, and putting on his own five-metre lead by the end of the back straightaway.With close to 150 metres for home, the head-bandied Taylor detonated. He eased closer to the new leader and Bloomfield got weaker in his golden pursuit.Young Chris got stronger, breezing past a now struggling Bloomfield to bring the gold to Red Hills Road by three metres. It was a telling strike that outshone the fireworks display that was yet unborn.It made Champs 2016 the memorable event that it will remain.n For feedback, email lauriefoster2012@gmail.comlast_img read more

WCup campaign kicks off – Boyz meet lowly Nicaragua at National Stadium

first_imgJamaica’s Reggae Boyz will begin their quest for a place at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Finals in Russia, with a first-leg football match against Nicaragua at the National Stadium tonight, beginning at 8 p.m. The contest is crucial to both country’s chances of playing in the prestigious tournament, as is the return match in Managua next week Tuesday. In this light, the pressure will be on Jamaica to push for a clear advantage at home. Aggregate scores will decide the winners of the series. Simple equation: win equals advance; loss means elimination. For the Reggae Boyz, the latter is unthinkable, even moreso as they have made tremendous advancement and improvement over the past year. Based on the current FIFA rankings Jamaica should hold a distinct advantage. The Reggae Boyz are ranked at 52 while Nicaragua are well down at 139. At year-end in 2014, the Jamaicans crowned themselves Caribbean champions with victory over Trinidad and Tobago in the final of the regional championship. They followed that up with practice match wins against Cuba and Venezuela. Then, Jamaica were invited for the first time to South America’s Copa America tournament, where they gained much stature and confidence despite losing 1-0 in matches against Paraguay, Uruguay and world number one Argentina. Immediately the Boyz played another tournament, the CONCACAF Gold Cup and made it all the way to the final, a historic feat for a Caribbean team. Coach Winfried Schafer used basically the same core of players throughout and the team actually got better and better, fuelling expectations of a handsome win against Nicaragua, which is somewhat of an unknown quantity, but from Central America where the players’ techniques and standards are quite good. Regardless, the Boyz will be looking to make their mark at this level, which defines Schafer’s four-year mandate. “It’s more important than the Gold Cup,” said the Jamaica coach. “It’s the first qualification for the World Cup group. All the players are highly motivated. We need a full stadium behind us, it’s important.” It’s a level of support that has proven effective in the past, so much so that the Reggae Boyz made the venue a fortress and called it ‘The Office’. This team though, has practically been doing the business on the road, with hardly any practice at the venue. Striker Giles Barnes, who got hot at the CONCACAF Gold Cup with two goals and forced a series of saves, relishes the opportunity to play in the nation’s capital, it’s prime sporting venue and is aiming to extend his goalscoring exploits. “To score again for the country, in Kingston, would be a dream come true; that’s a bonus,” he told The Gleaner in an interview. “I just want to win the game and get through and make sure we are in the World Cup qualifiers,” he added. His strike partner, Darren Mattocks, also got hot at the back-end of the Gold Cup, with goals in the historic semi-final victory over the United States and in the final against Mexico. Now he’s home, Mattocks wants his team to deliver for the fans. “Most of our overseas fans came to watch us (Gold Cup) and were really pleased. But the real die-hard fans are in Jamaica, so what we did in the Gold Cup and Copa America we want to bring  back home,” he said. “We expect a big turnout and we are hoping to deliver on these two games,” added Mattocks. Nicaragua’s Football Association president, Jose Jacinto Reyes, said they are young but full of heart and desire victory. “Even though it’s a young team, we are playing with our hearts and even though we have a young team, we are here to win. And we pray to God that we can win, otherwise we will still give them a great challenge,” Reyes said. They beat Anguilla 8-0 and Suriname 4-1 (on aggregate) in round one and two qualifying. The leading scorer for the Central Americans is Raul Leguias with three goal while Juan Barrera and Carlos Chavarria have scored two each. The Jamaican challenge will be tougher. Mattocks and Barnes are expected to lead the attack, which will be missing Britain-based regulars, Joel (Jobi) McAnuff and Garath McLeary, whose wives are expecting. Simon Dawkins, Joel Grant and Demar Phillips are regulars who appear key candidates for those attacking midfield positions, while Schafer looks set to keep his trusted and efficient central midfield pairing of captain Rodolph Austin and Je-Vaughn Watson. Starting central defender Wes Morgan is unavailable, as is Jermaine Taylor, another vastly experienced central defender, who got a long-term injury at the Gold Cup. It means adjustments at the back, where Michael Hector, who only this week signed for Chelsea, appears a shoe-in. He made two mistakes that cost as many goals in the Gold Cup final, but said he was keen to make up and now gets the chance. In that back line will be Adrian Mariappa, the experienced Crystal Palace man. The options appear less clear in this key area, where Schafer has added to his options the very lucky Alvas Powell, who turned his back on his country at the Gold Cup by walking out on the team and at a stage where the team knew it would not have had four players for its next match. Schafer, who at the time said he would not have recalled Powell, has gone back on his word, noting the unavailability of Morgan and Taylor. Phillips and Hughan Gray may also come into the reckoning, while the goalkeeping duties could fall to either Dwayne Miller, or Duwayne Kerr, who blundered on a goal in the Copa 1-0 loss against Paraguay. Jamaica will be looking to boot away the errors in their quest to comfortably ride this Nicaraguan challenge in their kick-off for Russia 2018.last_img read more