BOLA – Germany places Lisbon in high-risk destinations (COVID-19)

Germany has just added the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, and 11 other regions of European countries, to its list of risky destinations, in an update made this Wednesday, using as criteria regions with an infection rate greater than 50 cases of Covid -19 for every 100 thousand inhabitants in the last week.

Following the steps of the past few months, the inclusion of regions on the ‘black list’ follows the recommendation of the German Foreign Minister for citizens of the country to avoid non-essential trips to the identified destinations.

In addition to Lisbon, the updated list now includes top tourist destinations, such as the French regions of Center-Val de Loire, next to Paris, Normandy or Brittany; the capitals of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin, and Denmark, Copenhagen; the Dutch province of Utrecht; the Austrian state of Vorarlberg; much of the Czech Republic; and parts of Hungary and Romania.

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Champions League: Champions League: De Bruyne, Lewandowski and Manuel Neuer nominated for Ju

The Belgian (Manchester City), the Polish (Bayern Munich) and the German goalkeeper (Bayern Munich) are the three finalists for the best player of the year award of the , which will be delivered on October 1.

In the women’s category, UEFA confirmed that the finalists are the English Lucy Bronze (Olympique Lyonnais, now at Manchester City), the Danish Pernille Harder (VfL Wolfsburg, now at Chelsea) and the French Wendie Renard.

For the first time this year, UEFA will award the coaches who had the most impact during the season and the finalists in the men’s category will be three Germans: Hans-Dieter Flick (Bayern Munich) -winner of the Champions League-, Jürgen Klopp (Liverpool) and Julian Nagelsmann (Leipzig).

The Spanish FC Barcelona coach Lluís Cortés is among the three candidates for the award for best female coach, along with German Stephan Lerch (Wolfsburg) and Frenchman Jean-Luc Vasseur (Olympique Lyonnais), winner of the Champions League.

The candidates for best player and best coach were selected by a jury made up of 80 coaches from the clubs that participated in the group stages of the Champions League and the Europa League, together with 55 journalists from each UEFA member association, selected by the European Sports Media (ESM) group.

The jury to select the player of the year and the women’s soccer coach was made up of the coaches of the eight clubs that participated in the final phase of the women’s “Champions”, along with the coaches of the 12 best-ranked teams in the latest ranking of UEFA coefficients, plus 20 specialized journalists.

With information from EFE

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LFF President Lashenko to meet with UEFA President Cheferin on September 23 – LV football – Football

During the conversation, UEFA President Alexander Cheferin expressed his satisfaction with the cut of the September games for the national and U-21 teams, achieving excellent results in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic – 97 games were organized in seven days, and only one of all scheduled matches had to be postponed. The President of UEFA highlighted the active involvement of national federations and local governments in all safety and organizational matters.

Following the experience gained in September, UEFA plans to supplement the sanitary protocol of the national team matches, which in the current circumstances is the main reference point for the organization of all matches, as well as to move closer to returning spectators to national stands. The first step in this direction will be taken on September 24 in Budapest, when 30% of the stadium stands will be open to fans in the UEFA Super Cup.

LFF President Vadim Lashenko also plans to go to the Super Cup match, the day before which – on September 23 – an official meeting with UEFA President Alexander Cheferin is planned in Budapest.

“During the videoconference, the topical issues were discussed before the upcoming FIFA Congress, which will take place remotely for the first time in history. UEFA representatives also presented the main lessons learned from the security games in September, as well as an insight into the October national events. The team is waiting for three games in a very short time, “says Vadim Lashenko.

“I am really pleased to have been able to arrange a formal meeting with the President of UEFA on 23 September in Budapest. A relationship with UEFA based on mutual trust and engagement is one of the cornerstones of the LFF’s day-to-day operations.”

Representatives of the UEFA Member States were also briefed on the newly announced decisions of the UEFA Executive Committee concerning organizational changes in the context of a number of national team and club competitions. The following decisions have been taken to mitigate existing risks and to give national federations more opportunities to properly prepare for upcoming matches in difficult circumstances:

  • 2019/2020. The elite tournaments of the European U-19 Championship, one of which will also feature Latvian youth, have been postponed from October to November, while the final tournament with eight teams will take place in March 2021 in Northern Ireland. In it, the teams will only play in the playoffs, starting from the quarter-finals;
  • 2020/2021. The regular subgroup tournaments in the UEFA Women’s Champions League women’s qualifiers will be replaced by two rounds of the elimination tournament, which will consist of one match – 40 teams will play the first round in the 3rd / 4th round. November, but the second round matches for the top 20 units are scheduled for November 18/19. November;
  • 2020/2021 In the UEFA Champions League Indoor Soccer, the pre – race rounds, the main event rounds and the Elite round sub – group tournaments will be replaced by a elimination match consisting of one match – in November, January and February. In the decisive stage, instead of four teams, eight will compete, meeting with each other in April or May next year.

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THE BALL – Mozambique close to five thousand infected (Mozambique)

The number of infected by Covid-19 in Mozambique continues to increase, being close to reaching 5,000. This Wednesday, 117 more positive cases were announced, bringing the total to 4764, of which 4481 were local and 273 imported.

The city of Maputo, capital of the country, the most affected by the pandemic, 37 more cases were diagonally diagnosed this Wednesday, only surpassed by the province of Zambézia with 42.

Regarding the recovered, another 48 people were considered free of the disease. Mozambique now has a total of 2763 people, who have undergone new tests and have been negative.

The number of deaths remains at 28.

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BOLA – IMF has new resident representative for the country (Mozambique)

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has just appointed Alexis Meyer-Cirkel to occupy the position of Resident Representative of this international financial institution in Mozambique, with effect from this Wednesday, 9th of September.

Meyer-Cirkel succeeds Ari Aisen, who has run the institution’s office in Maputo for the past four years, counted since September 2016. Of Brazilian nationality, Meyer-Cirkel joined the IMF in August 2010, having performed several functions.
Cirkel worked in several countries, focusing on macroeconomic policy, public debt sustainability and analysis of the external sector.

“Before joining the IMF, Meyer-Cirkel worked in financial markets at Morgan Stanley, European Central Bank, Allianz Research and at the Central Bank of Brazil,” points out a press release sent by the IMF.

According to the statement, Meyer-Cirkel holds a doctorate in economics from the Goethe University in Frankfurt. Germany, has a master’s degree in Development Studies from the London School of Economics, England.

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BOLA – Portugal with 388 more cases and three deaths (COVID-19)

In the last 24 hours, there were 388 more cases of infection and three deaths from Covid-19 in Portugal.

According to the epidemiological bulletin of the Directorate-General for Health (DGS), released this Tuesday, deaths occurred in Lisbon and Vale do Tejo (2) and in the North Region (1).

There are now a record of 1846 deaths, 60,895 infected people and 43,146 recovery cases (plus 130).

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BOLA – Mozambique becomes a State of Public Calamity (Mozambique)

Mozambique will move on September 7, this Monday, from the State of Emergency to the Stake of Public Disaster. The announcement was made this Friday by the President of the Republic, Filipe Nyusi, during the declaration to the nation on the covid-19.

The new measure, which will last indefinitely, foresees the relaxation of some restrictions, among which we highlight the resumption of the issuance of all official documents based on digital and other platforms, including the import of vehicles. The authorization to attend the beaches from September 15 is also another measure to be adopted in the situation of public calamity, as well as the resumption of classes of the 12th class on October 1.

However, the head of state made it clear that the new measures should not be confused with total relief or relaxation. “Everyone must respect the law and the lives of others, otherwise we will return to the previous measures”.

Still in relation to the measures in force, Filipe Nyusi, stressed that the widespread use of the mask remains mandatory, except during the practice of physical exercise and even though the bars and clubs remain closed, as well as the stalls are still prohibited from selling alcoholic beverages. .

It should be noted that the country currently has 4321 positive cases of covid-19 and 26 deaths.

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The story of Mancini not wearing glasses and the wrong cast, Chiellini becomes a victim

KOMPAS.com – There was an interesting incident before the match Italia vs Bosnia Herzegovina at the event UEFA Nations League, Saturday (5/9/2020) early morning WIB.

Italian national team coach, Roberto Mancini, wrong in arranging the players.

The plan, Mancini wanted to play Giorgio Chiellini from the start of the match to accompany Leonardo Bonucci at the heart of the Gli Azzurri defense.

However, it was not Chiellini’s name that came out in the lineup, it was Francesco Acerbi.

Also read: UEFA Nations League Results – Netherlands Wins, Italy and Bosnia Share Points

Mancini said that it was her fault. He doesn’t wear glasses so he can’t see clearly.

“It’s my fault,” said Mancini, as quoted from Football Italia.

“They showed me the line-up, I didn’t wear glasses and just said it’s okay.”

“I didn’t notice Acerbi was there than Chiellini,” Mancini said.

The plan, Mancini will play Chiellini in the next Italian national team match against the Netherlands, 8 September.

“Initially we planned to play Acerbi one game and Chiellini one game,” said Mancini.

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The story of Mancini not wearing glasses and arranging the wrong players, Chiellini becomes a victim of all pages

KOMPAS.com – There was an interesting incident before the match Italia vs Bosnia Herzegovina at the event UEFA Nations League, Saturday (5/9/2020) early morning WIB.

Italian national team coach, Roberto Mancini, wrong in arranging the players.

The plan, Mancini wanted to play Giorgio Chiellini from the start of the match to accompany Leonardo Bonucci at the heart of the Gli Azzurri defense.

However, it was not Chiellini’s name that came out in the lineup, it was Francesco Acerbi.

Also read: UEFA Nations League Results – Netherlands Wins, Italy and Bosnia Share Points

Mancini said that it was her fault. He doesn’t wear glasses so he can’t see clearly.

“It’s my fault,” said Mancini, as quoted from Football Italia.

“They showed me the line-up, I didn’t wear glasses and just said it’s okay.”

“I didn’t notice Acerbi was there than Chiellini,” Mancini said.

The plan, Mancini will play Chiellini in the next Italian national team match against the Netherlands, 8 September.

“Initially we planned to play Acerbi one game and Chiellini one game,” said Mancini.

“I have asked Chiellini if ​​he wants to play (against Bosnia) or against the Netherlands, he said against Bosnia, but we have to exchange him now,” said Mancini.

MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP Juventus defender, Giorgio Chiellini, celebrates a goal against Spain, in the 2016 European Cup match at the Stade de France, Saint-Denis, 27 June 2016.

The Italy vs Bosnia match which was held at the Artemio Franchi Stadium ended without a winner. The party ended with a score of 1-1.

Bosnia scored first through Edin Dzeko in the 57th minute. Italy responded in the 67th minute through Stefano Sensi’s goal.

Also read: UEFA Nations League Italy Vs Bosnia, Gli Azzurri Failed to Get Full Points

These results put Gli Azzurri – nicknamed the Italian national team – in third place in Group 1 standings with a collection of 1 point.

As for Bosnia perched in position runner-up with the same number of points as Italy.

The top of the Group 1 standings is dominated by the Netherlands who in the other match won 1-0 over Poland.

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