Joao Mario, international with the Portuguese team and player of the Moscow Lokomotiv, believes that the young star of Atlético de Madrid Joao Felix is one of those “different” players That will end up succeeding. “It is obvious that he is someone who differs. The first time I trained with him, I noticed immediately; there are players that I really like to watch play and Joao Felix is one of them“, he declares in an interview with Channel 11 of the Portuguese Football Federation.One of the factors that weigh on the figure of the young athletic is the amount that the Madrid club disbursed for him (126 million euros). “The value of the transfer that is paid by a player does not weigh us during the game. You try to abstract yourself as much as possible from that factor, but obviously you know the investment that was made and you want to correspond to it, so it ends up influencing in some way, “said Joao Mario. “Although the player is not” guilty “of the amount paid, he always ends up weighing. In Inter I did not feel it so much because the club had many problems,” he added. “In the case of Joao Félix, it is natural to speak and weigh, but If you buy a player for that amount when he is 19, you cannot expect the boy to be the salvation of all problems even more in a team that is almost Italian because of its enormous tactical component“he concluded.
The champions: Junior Marshall Football AcademyJunior Marshall Football Academy have won the 2019 Liberia Football Association (LFA) Under-15 Heroes Cup. They beat Cece United Football Academy 1-0 at the Antoinette Tubman Stadium (ATS) on Sunday.Mohammed Turay bundled home a goalmouth scrabble in the sixth minute against the run of play.Deton Kollie thought he had found the equalizer for Cece United but he was adjudged to be offside – a spot on call by center referee Moses B. Johnson and assistant referee number two Roger P. Brown.Cece United head coach Edwin Larblah said his game plans were disrupted by the disqualification of three players.“We had players, who were to be in certain positions but they were disqualified. So we were forced to use other players in positions we didn’t plan for.“However, we accept the defeat. We will go back to the drawing board and come back stronger for the next competition,” said Larblah.Junior Marshall head coach Theodore Gould described the victory as a lifetime achievement.“I am very proud of this moment because it is the most successful moment in my life because my objective was to be a winner,” he said.Gould hopes the LFA will select a team to represent Liberia in an international under-15 competition. The Heroes Cup is the LFA’s desire to celebrate the contribution and recognition of former players, who served and uplifted Liberian football and the national teams.The tournament is to also honor icons and players like Wanibo Toe, John ‘Monkey’ Brown, Victor Seah, Patrick Doeplah, Benedict ‘Mama Musa’ Wesseh, Josiah Nagbe Johnson, Frank Jericho Nagbe, Sr., Washington Blay, Sakpa ‘Myers’ Nyenswah, Borbor Gaye, Dominic Vava George, President George Manneh Oppong Weah and James Salinsa Debbah.It is to also remember several players like Murphy Nagbe, Patrick Jackson and Nathaniel Sherman, who got injured on national duty. Cece United: 1-Abraham Ballah, 10-captain Hassan Ahmed, 5-Marcus Gayflor, 4-Alex Doe, 2-Tommy Cooper, 3-Hennah Massaquoi, 8-Clifton Jones, 13-Emmanuel Zarwolo, 11-Delton Kollie, 9-Mohammed Turay, 7-Sumo Kollie.Substitutions: 17-Derrick Bodno, 18-Annieta Tarpeh, 16-Alphonso Davis, 14-Melvin Zah, 12-Isaac Harmon, 19-James Cooper, 21-James Nagbe.Junior Marshall: 1-Augustine Tardeh, 6-captain Jusu Kollie, 5-James B. B. Tarr, 18-Cyrus Bestman, 2-Mark Brown, 15-Amos T. Sehkehpoh, 7-Alex Sembeh, 11-Sensee Sherman, 17-EmmanuelDaykay, 9-Prince Collins, 14-Joel Johnson; head coach Theodore Gould.Substitutions: 19-David Thusu, 20-Gabriel Kollie, 13-Archie Johnson, 10-Emmanuel Toe, 8-Edwin Williams, 30-Christopher Amos.Match officials: Moses B. Johnson, center referee; Glen W. Johnson, assistant referee #1; Roger P. Brown, assistant referee #2; Victoria Kabba, reserve referee; Harrington Weah, match commissioner and statistician Shelton M. Kamara.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Landlords who crammed up to 40 migrants inside their semi-detached townhouse face losing hundreds of thousands pounds, a court heard.Harsha Shah, 53, her daughter Chandni, 27, and brother-in-law Sanjay, 54, rented out their four-bedroom property through an agent who at one point managed 40 Indian migrants living there.For over five years the Shah family, together with agent Jaydipkumar Valand, 42, were paid between £40 and £75 per week in cash by the tenants for rent and to have food delivered because the kitchen was unusable.Read it at Independent Related Items