Marcos André, 23, is in the orbit of Rayo Vallecano, as revealed by the website ‘Pucela Transfers’. The Brazilian striker is currently active at Mirandés, where he is playing a leading role. That has made many Second teams have set their eyes on him, also the redhead, that precisely this season is lacking a goal. The attacker’s numbers this year are outstanding: he has eight goals and three assists, only behind Merquelanz. However, Marcos André is on loan at Mirandés, given that belongs to Valladolid. The pucelanos intend that come back this summer and pre-season with the first team. From there, his future is unknown. In addition to Rayo, Málaga and his current club, Mirandés, follow him.. All of them would try to obtain the transfer of the striker, in the event that Valladolid – with whom he has a contract until 2023 – opted for that scenario for 2020-21. His talent and youth make the search for minutes to continue growing will be essential in the decision.
Mr Flaherty leaves Donegal Circuit Court. Pic Brian McDaid/CristephBREAKING NEWS: TWO Donegal fisherman have admitted to failing to accurately record their catches.Greencastle men Brendan Gill and Michael Cavanagh had been due to face a three week trial before a jury at Donegal Town Circuit Court. However they pleaded guilty this afternoon to one charge each, Gill’s offence taking place in September 2004 at Killybegs, whilst Cavanagh’s offence took place in October the same year, also in Killybegs.Earlier a jury at the same court found 64-year-old Galway skipper Sean Flaherty guilty of two similar offences in November 2003.The jury found him not guilty of a third alleged offence and failed to reach a verdict on a fourth charge.Mr Flaherty was originally have alleged to have landed an extra 187 tonnes of herring at Killybegs which he failed to record properly. The total money made on the catches he was found guilty of totalled less than €5,000.The two Donegal skippers will be sentenced tomorrow.Mr Flaherty is being sentenced this afternoon.DONEGAL CATCH: GREENCASTLE SKIPPERS ADMIT ILLEGAL CATCHES was last modified: October 15th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GreencaslteIllegal fishingKilllybegstrawlers
The International Cricket Council will conduct random dope tests during the World Twenty20 Championship in India, which is a regular practice in all ICC events, Tournament Director M V Sridhar said today.”The random dope tests have been a part of ICC events for a long time. Random dope tests are performed at all ICC events and it is not a new phenomenon,” Tournament Director M V Sridhar told PTI.Sridhar clarified that a series of drug scandals that have recently rocked the sporting world, including tennis star Maria Sharapova’s revelation, has not prompted the ICC to take this step as dope tests have been in practice since 2011. (World T20: Mamata Banerjee happy to host Indo-Pak clash at Eden Gardens) “I have never said that it is being done because of drug test failures as this has been a practice for a long time,” Sridhar insisted.”ICC events have had dope tests since 2011. They (other sports) have their own anti doping agency which performs as ICC is not part of WADA and cricketers have not signed any whereabouts clause.”For the record, ICC had performed random dope tests at 2011 World Cup, T20 editions in 2012 and 2014. There are times when these dope tests are done during training sessions,” Sridhar added.The Tournament Director said the Indian team had undergone random dope tests during 2012 World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka.