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Mallorca fans pull down their pants to protest the game time

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Mallorca fans protested their team’s playing time in the last three games (2pm) ahead of the Almeria game and three of them sent their message to La Liga president Javier Tebas by pulling down their shorts.

Mallorca have played their last three LaLiga games against Girona, Real Madrid and Almeria at 2pm CET, with the club’s spectators expressing their unease about the time given the very high temperatures on Saturday (17/9).

In fact, in the game against Girona on September 3, the temperature reached 34 degrees Celsius while the humidity reached 70%, creating a suffocating atmosphere.

Somehow, Mallorca’s fans got into trouble with the organizing authority and ended up in the “eye of the cyclone”. La Liga President Javier Tempas.

Thus, in the 14th minute of the game, the crowd turned their backs on the field and expressed their disapproval Program. Some, of course, chose a particular way to show their displeasure and that was by pulling their pants down so the message they had written on their underwear was visible.

“tempas go now” was the message they wanted to send to the President of La Liga.

Source: sport 24

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Operation for Araujo, his World Cup participation is in doubt

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Ronald Araujo, who tore his right adductor longus tendon in Uruguay’s game against Iran, has opted for an operation that will take place on Thursday (29 September) in Finland.

Big hit for Barcelona and Uruguay, as o Ronald Araujo After meeting Xavi and the team doctor on Monday morning (26/09), it was decided to go through the practice door.

The 23-year-old Uruguayan defender was injured last Friday (23 September) in his national team’s game against Iran when he detached the tendon in his right adductor longus muscle.

In the end, it was deemed necessary to go through the door of the practice, with the operation scheduled to take place in Finland on Wednesday (28/9), as announced by Barcelona.

Yes, corresponding Mundo Deportivo His estimated time out is expected to be between 1.5 and two months, making him questionable for the World Cup that begins on November 20.


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FIFA compensates Barcelona for Araujo’s injury

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Barcelona will receive FIFA compensation for Araujo’s injury under the Club Protection Scheme as long as the Uruguayan centre-back stays on the pitch for at least 28 days.

Barcelona have lost Ronald Araujo and Gilles Conte to injury, with the Uruguayan stopper’s injury proving to be more serious. Thus, the Catalans are entitled to compensation from FIFA for the injury of the 23-year-old stopper, possibly Kunte as well, if they stay on the pitch for more than 28 days.

World football’s governing body created the Club Protection Scheme to protect clubs in the event players are injured with their national teams. To receive compensation, 28 days must pass. “First day” is defined as the day on which the player travels to his club up to and including midnight on the 28th.

Araujo is currently in doubt even for the World Cup, as reported by Mundo Deportivo (the timing of his return is not certain), so it is very likely that he will exceed the 28 days of ‘shutdown’. The compensation that teams can receive is up to €20,548 per day (€7.5 million per year).

The compensation teams are entitled to is based on his base salary, not bonuses, and ends when Araujo returns to training.

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Bernardo Silva is Barcelona’s first target for 2023

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Barcelona already have their sights set on the 2023 transfer window, with Bernardo Silva eyeing the Catalans for the next summer transfer window.

The transfer market in Spain may be over, but Barcelona have already started the process for the next transfer markets. One of the names the Catalans are still eyeing ahead of next summer, according to Mundo Deportivo Bernhard Silva.

The Portuguese midfielder is a burning desire of Xavi’s but his case has several difficulties that he also faced last summer. The 28-year-old international midfielder has a contract until 2025 and Guardiola counts on him as usual.

At the same time, if they want to acquire it, they must always keep their budget balance in mind, due to Spanish “financial fair play”. Her ally in a possible negotiation is Jorge Mendes, with whom Juan Laporta has excellent relations.

Source: sport 24

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