Lionel Messi reveals date for Barcelona training return

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first_img Loading… According to reports from Marca, Messi will now undergo a mandatory PCR test on Monday, before being allowed to rejoin the rest of the squad later in the week. Barcelona captain Lionel Messi is ready to return to first team training on Monday morning, after confirming he will remain at the club for the 2020-21 season. Messi will see out the final year of his contract at the Camp Nou, after declining to pursue legal action against La Blaugrana over his controversial €700m release clause.Advertisement Promoted ContentWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?Top 6 Iconic Supercar Movies12 Marvel Superheroes Before The Fame10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithIs Cristiano Ronaldo Converting His Hotels To Hospitals?Fantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Birds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black Holes Read Also: Lionel Messi claims he is forced to stay at BarcelonaIf Messi returns to full training as expected, he could be included in Ronald Koeman’s first match day squad for their opening game of the 2020-21 La Liga season away at Athletic Bilbao on September 20.However, the Argentine superstar is expected to be rested for Koeman’s first preseason friendly against Nastic de Tarragona at the Johan Cruyff Stadium on September 12, but the returning Philippe Coutinho should feature against the Segunda Division B side.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more


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first_imgGUYANA’s premier cyclists will do battle on Sunday when the Carlton Wheelers Cycle Club, in collaboration with the Ricks and Sari Agro Industries stages the 12th Annual Reagan Rodrigues Memorial 50-mile cycle road race in the West Demerara area.Defending champion Michael Anthony will have his work cut out this year as several United States-based cyclists, who have been performing creditably on the U.S. circuit, are currently in Guyana and are expected to face the starter, come Sunday.Among the overseas-based riders are Raynauth `Obeah Man’ Jeffrey, Jamal John and Geron Williams and, apart from them, Anthony will also have to stave off the challenges of `Romello and Jevon Crawford and others, but his (Anthony) Team Evolution teammates Orville Hinds, Marlon `Fishy’ Williams and Raul Leal could and should ensure that he makes a successful defence of the title.Anthony’s time for the event last year was one hour 56 minutes 35 seconds.John won the junior category last year, while Junior Niles won the veterans Under-50 years category.The mountain bike and ladies categories were won by Sean Budhram and Whitney Poyer respectively.The race wheels off from outside the Wales Police Station, West Bank of Demerara at 08:00hrs and proceeds to Leonora before returning to Schoonord, just before the Demerara Harbour Bridge for the finish.The top six overall finishers will be rewarded for their efforts as well as the first three juniors, the first three veterans, the first three mountain bikers and the first three females.Eight prime prizes are on offer and members of the Rodrigues family will be there to present prizes to the respective winners.Reagan Rodrigues who was born on February 21, 1948, died on August 4, 2004. He was a former cyclist and former president of the Guyana Cycle Federation and the Carlton Wheelers Cycle Club.He was more known in the sporting fraternity as a race car driver and acquired several racing championship honours.last_img

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first_img Lakers rumors: Los Angeles didn’t make having cap space for third star a priority in Anthony Davis trade Josh Hart bids farewell to Lakers via Twitter, thanks team for ‘believing’ in him Lakers free agency rumors: Los Angeles has ‘strong interest’ in bringing back D’Angelo Russell “And LeBron is such an incredible passer and driver, and he always makes his teammate better. So look for Anthony really to have probably one of his greatest seasons.”What are your Lakers predictions for 2020? @MagicJohnson gives us his predictions for 2020 with the Lakers. 💜💜 @jemelehill pic.twitter.com/5ojw8GqZJ8— BET (@BET) June 22, 2019Johnson notably called an impromptu meeting at the Staples Center in April to announce he was stepping down from his role as president of basketball operations. He cited maintaining a strong relationship with Lakers owner Jeanie Buss as a major factor in his decision.In fact, even after he left the Lakers franchise he still had a hand in bringing Davis to LA.In a separate interview with the Los Angeles Times, Johnson said he urged Buss and other top executives to finish the deal which sent multiple first-round draft picks and youngsters Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, and Josh Hart away.”I’m still going to be right there and I’m still going to be calling and giving them notes,” Johnson said earlier in the month. “I told them that this trade could be great for the next 10 years for the Lakers. That’s what I sent in the note.” He also expressed confidence in Lakers star LeBron James and the newly acquired Anthony Davis.”LeBron is still, you know, the best in basketball,” he said. “And I think that when you put another superstar with him, an Anthony Davis, both of them will allow each other now to really play their game and dominate, because what happens, the floor will open up. Related News Magic Johnson’s time in the Lakers front office may be over, but he still has plenty to say regarding the future of the Los Angeles franchise.On Saturday, the long-time Laker took the stage at the 2019 BET Experience Genius Talks and shared predictions for the upcoming season. Johnson went on to discuss a number of things Saturday and urged audience members to go out and vote.Here’s a couple more clips from his interview with Jemele Hill:#MagicJohnson tells everyone to prepare for 2020 and to get out and vote. ✊🏽 #BETX #GeniusTalks pic.twitter.com/vKUlmQ72QT— BET (@BET) June 22, 2019#MagicJohnson talks about how he turned down #Nike when he was 19?and that he learned stock matters. #BETX #GeniusTalks @MagicJohnson @jemelehill pic.twitter.com/I3RkLwd2oG— BET (@BET) June 22, 2019last_img read more


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first_img Jamie Crowe* Lamar Gr. 3.77 Kinesiology Irene Akwitti2 Abilene Christian Sr. 3.77 Nursing Ryan Simmons3 Abilene Christian Gr. 3.86 Accounting Megan Kirby Abilene Christian So. 3.00 Social Studies Dominique Allen* Incarnate Word Jr. 3.67 Rehabilitative Sciences Kai Schmidt*2 Abilene Christian Gr. 3.62 Accounting Migle Muraskaite* Lamar So. 3.50 Exercise Science Garett Cortez*3 Incarnate Word Sr. 3.86 Sports Management Taylor Posey Abilene Christian Sr. 3.83 Nursing Erin Woodward Central Arkansas Jr. 4.00 Health Sciences – PT Drake Murphy* Stephen F. Austin Sr. 3.31 Kinesiology Grace Walford Southeastern Louisiana Jr. 3.83 Elementary Education Jordan Cherin Incarnate Word Jr. 3.96 Computer Information Systems Jaron Hamilton Central Arkansas Jr. 3.82 Exercise Science Name School Cl. GPA Major Ryan Linton* Abilene Christian Sr. 3.00 Nursing Deion Hardy Incarnate Word Sr. 3.10 Business Kendall Rodriguez Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Sr. 4.00 Accounting Jillian Turner Stephen F. Austin Sr. 3.50 Kinesiology Nemanja Koviljac2 McNeese Jr. 3.97 Engineering Matt Arnold* Lamar Gr. 3.66 Kinesiology Jamie Eckford2 Sam Houston State Sr. 3.33 Health Sciences Kelsey Frank* Northwestern State Sr. 3.07 Social Work Clayton Fritsch Sam Houston State Jr. 3.17 Agriculture Business Callie Scull Nicholls Sr. 3.90 Biology/Pre-Med Gerald Coleman Southeastern Louisiana Jr. 3.60 Sports Management Aleyah Donald McNeese Jr. 3.15 Criminal Justice Christos Zachariou Houston Baptist Jr. 4.00 Psychology Bjoern Adden Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. 3.96 Business Management Kelsey Ramirez* Stephen F. Austin So. 4.00 Kinesiology Sierra Pruitt Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. 3.55 Psychology 2019 Southland Conference Women’s Track & Field All-Academic Team Ana Kriletic*3^ Houston Baptist Sr. 4.00 Psychology Carnley Graham3 Abilene Christian Sr. 3.89 Nursing Deja Keys* Incarnate Word Jr. 3.40 Criminal Justice Joshua Hernandez*2 Sam Houston State Sr. 3.40 Kinesiology Annina Brandenburg* Abilene Christian Sr. 3.70 Marketingcenter_img Sarea Alexander*2 Incarnate Word Sr. 3.08 English Thai Williams* Lamar Sr. 3.03 Kinesiology Erekha Sebastion Incarnate Word So. 3.40 Interdisciplinary Studies Danielle Martinez3 Incarnate Word Sr. 3.87 Marketing Name School Cl. GPA Major Rodney Littlejohn*2 Incarnate Word Sr. 3.45 Kinesiology Halie Daniel2 Sam Houston State Sr. 3.97 Criminal Justice Logan Robinson Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. 3.50 Kinesiology Grace McKenzie2 McNeese Sr. 3.75 Exercise Science Jared Hamilton Central Arkansas Jr. 3.68 Exercise Science Brooke Petkovich Northwestern State Jr. 4.00 Health and Exercise Science Ajah Criner Central Arkansas Jr. 3.26 Exercise Science Briahna Gerlach Abilene Christian Jr. 3.53 Social Work Alex Eykelbosch* McNeese Sr. 4.00 Exercise Physiology Hannah Noble2 Central Arkansas Sr. 3.86 Marketing Aaron Akens* Sam Houston State Sr. 3.10 Engineering Technology and Physics Ryan Cleary* Abilene Christian Gr. 3.80 Accounting Webster Slaughter* Lamar So. 3.38 Communications Gladys Jerotich McNeese Sr. 3.27 Basic Studies Taryn Surratt2 Stephen F. Austin Jr. 4.00 Music Jasmyn Steels2 Northwestern State Jr. 3.62 Psychology Kaitlin Smith Houston Baptist So. 3.94 Kinesiology Colton Cohea Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Jr. 3.62 Mechanical Engineering Michael Nichols Sam Houston State Gr. 3.50 Sports Management Markus Schwiekert* Central Arkansas Sr. 3.90 Marketing Tyler Adams*4 Sam Houston State Sr. 3.48 Engineering Technology Cord Neal* Stephen F. Austin So. 4.00 Animal Science Ashley Davis* Southeastern Louisiana Jr. 3.20 Criminal Justice Blaze Brownlow*2 Abilene Christian Sr. 3.74 Finance FRISCO, Texas – Abilene Christian’s Ryan Cleary and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Sashane Hanson are the 2019 Southland Conference Outdoor Track & Field Student-Athletes of the Year, the league announced Wednesday along with its academic all-conference teams. Southland yearly awards are presented by Ready Nutrition.Cleary, a graduate student, holds a 3.80 grade-point average (GPA) as an accounting major while competing in distance races for the Wildcats. The Prosper, Texas, native claimed a trio of medals throughout ACU’s 2019 indoor and outdoor seasons. He began with a silver medal in the mile event at the Southland Indoor Championships before claiming a first-place finish in the steeplechase and a third-place finish in the 1,500m run at the Southland Outdoor Championships. Cleary concluded his season competing in the steeplechase at the 2019 NCAA West Preliminary Championships in Sacramento, Calif. (May 23-25), missing out on a trip to the national meet by two places. His work on the track is matched by his efforts in the classroom as he was also a member of the Alpha Chi National Honor Society.Hanson pieced together an impressive senior campaign for the Islanders, taking gold medals in the high jump at both the 2019 Southland Indoor and Outdoor Championships. The Montego Bay, Jamaica, native also tabbed a first-place finish in the pentathlon at the Southland Indoor Championships and second-place finish in the heptathlon at the outdoor championships. Hanson capped her career with a 16th place finish in the high jump at the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, earning Second Team All-America honors. She is now the second female and fourth student-athlete in Texas A&M-Corpus Christi school history to garner All-America accolades. As a biomedical science major, Hanson registers a 3.42 GPA.The men’s all-academic roster is comprised of 29 spots, with Abilene Christian, Incarnate Word and Sam Houston State leading the way with five selections each. Central Arkansas, Lamar, and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi followed up with three honorees apiece. Stephen F. Austin accounted for two selections, while Houston Baptist (1), McNeese (1) and Southeastern Louisiana (1) rounding out the roster.On the 38-member women’s all-academic team, ACU leads the way with six honorees, followed closely by Incarnate Word and McNeese who each have five selections. Central Arkansas, Lamar, Northwestern State, Stephen F. Austin and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi all tied for third with three picks apiece. Houston Baptist, Sam Houston State and Southeastern Louisiana each hold two spots, while Nicholls rounds out the team with one selection.In total, 10 student-athletes across both teams earned a flawless 4.00 GPA. HBU’s Christos Zachariou (psychology), UIW’s Andrew Leuthner (accounting) and SFA’s Cord Neal (animal science) accomplished the feat on the men’s team.UCA’s Erin Woodward (health sciences – PT), HBU’s Ana Kriletic (psychology), McNeese’s Alex Eykelbosch (exercise physiology) NSU’s Brook Petkovich (health and exercise science), SFA’s Kelsey Ramirez (kinesiology) and Taryn Surratt (music) and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi’s Kendall Rodriguez (accounting) all possess a perfect GPA on the women’s side.Southland Conference Track & Field All-Academic Teams are selected by a 50-percent rule. Of the total number of nominees, half are named all-academic selections. Honorees are nominated and voted upon by head coaches, sports information directors, and academic staff members from each university. Student-Athletes of the Year are voted on by the Southland awards committee, consisting of one administrator from each member school.Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Student-Athlete of the Year: Ryan Cleary, Abilene ChristianWomen’s Outdoor Track & Field Student-Athlete of the Year: Sashane Hanson, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi2019 Southland Conference Men’s Track & Field All-Academic Team Andrew Leuthner Incarnate Word Sr. 4.00 Accounting Alanna Arvie*2 McNeese Jr. 3.47 Biology (Pre-Med) Katie Buckley Lamar Gr. 3.88 Kinesiology Sashane Hanson*3 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Sr. 3.42 Biomedical Science * Automatic selection2 Two-time all-academic selection3 Three-time all-academic selection^ Google Cloud Academic All-District selectionlast_img read more