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The salvage poker that guides the way of Espanyol

first_imgIn the Leagues with the current format, of three descents, 20 teams and three points per victory, no one was saved after adding 11 points in the first round. But they did teams that arrived at the equator of the competition in a situation similar to that of Espanyol. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 18, 2020 Osasuna 2008-09Also in the last game, and nothing less than defeating Real Madrid 2-1, he achieved the Osasuna permanence, which in the 2008-09 academic year concluded the first round with 13 pntos, seven of the first that obtained the permanence. Like Zaragoza, LaLiga finished with 43 units, making 30 in the second round and remaining only one of the descent, which marked Betis. It was the year, in Espanyol, of the miracle of Pochettino.Mallorca 2004-05Six points after salvation, having added 14 in the entire first round, Mallorca was planted after day 19 of three years ago. It was enough to add another 25 in the second round to save with 39. It even earned him a draw on the last day. The bar was low.Rayo Vallecano 2001-02The case of more placid salvation after a disastrous first round was starred in this Ray, which was at this point 16 points and was five of the seventeenth, and that four days from the end was already out. He finished eleventh, with 49, and with a final sprint of five consecutive victories that left the descent to ten points.Royal Society 2000-01And the first of the cases with the current format was carried out by the Royal in the second round of the 2000-01 academic year, which came with 14 points and five of the permanence. He added 29 to finish 43, just two of the descent, because on the last day he fell to Osasuna (0-1). Another that not only was saved, but suffered less than expected.center_img Zaragoza 2011-12The closest example is that of Zaragoza of the 2011-12 season, which ended the first period with 12 points, seven of salvation, and ended up saving with 43, sixteenth. Of course, he had to wait until the last day, with a 0-2 in Getafe, to stay in Primera at the expense, precisely, of Villarreal, rival today of the parakeets.last_img read more

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Finger of suspicion pointed at tennis matches

first_imgShare via Email Share on Twitter Shares00 Reuse this content Digger Wed 30 Apr 2008 05.40 EDT Tennis Share on Facebook comment Share on Messenger Since you’re here… An independent review of anti-corruption measures in tennis has uncovered a number of potentially suspicious matches requiring investigation. The report, conducted by the sports-integrity experts Jeff Rees and Ben Gunn, is expected next week.The 10-week review was commissioned in January by tennis’s four governing bodies: the four grand slams, the men’s tour organiser, the ATP, the women’s WTA and the rule-making ITF. Although the report found no evidence of systematic and institutionalised corruption in the sport, its findings highlight instances where some players may have been guilty of breaking anti-corruption rules.The news emerged on the day an Italian bookmaker contacted the ATP’s competitions administrator, Gayle Bradshaw, to demand action over a player who has allegedly fixed two matches in the past three weeks. Both matches involved irregular betting patterns. “In the first match he won the first set by a big margin and was 2-1 up in the second set but he was trading at 3-1 against to win the [best-of-three-set] match,” the bookmaker told this column. “Fifteen days later again the prices are wrong and again he loses the match.”Betfair’s integrity team was also alerted to the irregularities. The online exchange is understood to have settled the market on the matches in question and would not confirm whether it had joined the bookmaker in advising the ATP of the alleged suspicious activity.More from MourinhoSenior officials at Stamford Bridge are unhappy about the timing of Jose Mourinho’s recent media appearances. The public relations-savvy former Chelsea manager has been a frequent presence on television screens and in newspapers of late. Chelsea are suspicious that the out-of-work manager is using the achievements of his successor, Avram Grant, for self-promotion. However, Mourinho has been reminding audiences of Liverpool’s failure to score at Stamford Bridge in any of their past eight meetings so it is hardly surprising that Chelsea are perfectly happy with the content of his comments. Meanwhile, WhiteConcierge, a high-end tour operator, estimates that fans of the English contingent of this season’s Champions League final in Moscow who do not yet have tickets will have to spend a minimum of £2,000 to see their club in action, making a single-night round trip. Alternatively the company is offering its own two-night private-jet package for £31,600.Cheetah chance The Recap: sign up for the best of the Guardian’s sport coverage Read more First published on Wed 30 Apr 2008 05.40 EDT Finger of suspicion pointed at tennis matchescenter_img Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on WhatsApp Matt Scott Digger Topics Oscar Pistorius will learn today if his hopes of competing in the Beijing Olympic Games can be revived. The South African runner has appealed against a judgment by the International Association of Athletics Federations that appeared to close the door on his Olympic participation. The IAAF ruled in January that the Cheetah prostheses he uses on his amputated legs are an illegal “technical device” providing an unfair advantage over able-bodied athletes. The two-day hearing is taking place at the Court of Arbitration for Sport. Chaired by Professor Ian Hunter, an international disputes-resolution expert from London, the three-man panel will deliver a binding verdict.Hoey’s lone furrowWhile Kate Hoey deliberated over whether to join Boris Johnson’s post-election mayoral team as its sports adviser, she might have been expected to canvass the opinion of colleagues. The first call would presumably be to Tessa Jowell, the minister for the Olympics and for London. But the word in Westminster is that the independently minded Labour backbencher declined to make contact. Could there be lingering resentment that the then culture secretary, Jowell, failed to prevent her one-time London Labour companion from losing the sports minister’s job in 2001?matt.scott@theguardian.com Share via Email Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn Tennis Digger Support The Guardian … we have a small favour to ask. The Guardian will engage with the most critical issues of our time – from the escalating climate catastrophe to widespread inequality to the influence of big tech on our lives. At a time when factual information is a necessity, we believe that each of us, around the world, deserves access to accurate reporting with integrity at its heart.More people are reading and supporting The Guardian’s independent, investigative journalism than ever before. And unlike many news organisations, we have chosen an approach that allows us to keep our journalism accessible to all, regardless of where they live or what they can afford. 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