The President of the Community of Madrid has confirmed Real Madrid have made a ‘large donation’ in the fight against coronavirus. Los Blancos have donated a significant amount of medical equipment to help the authorities save lives against the global pandemic that has brought the planet to a halt. Promoted ContentSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That ExistEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid ArmageddonCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksWhat Is A Black Hole And Is It Dangerous For Us All?Top 10 Tiniest Phones Ever MadeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?10 Stunning Asian Actresses No Man Can ResistThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson Real Madrid have made huge donation to help fight coronavirus On Tuesday, it was confirmed that there were 39,673 confirmed cases of the virus in Spain, with a total of 2,694 deaths while 2,636 Spaniards are in intensive care. Those figures translate as 6,584 (a 2,067 jump from Monday) new cases in one day, 514 (an increase of 57 from Monday’s figures – 24%) more deaths and 281 more Spaniards in intensive care. “Thanks to @realmadrid for their very important contribution to face the coronavirus and help us save lives,” tweeted Isabel Díaz Ayuso – a Spanish politician who serves as the President of the Community of Madrid. “I have closed with their president Florentino Pérez a large donation in health matters.” Loading… Read Also: COVID-19: Ronaldo donates medical equipments There have been multiple examples of Spanish clubs helping in the fight against the virus. As outlined by El Mundo Deportivo, Spanish second division club Almeria have donated €1.2m in the battle against the spread of coronavirus. €700k of the donation will be divided up as follows: €300k will be spent on food for those most in need, €200k will go towards health workers, €100k will be spent on those who have lost their jobs and €100k towards volunteers who are helping combat the virus. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on December 17, 2016 at 4:22 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidman After Frank Howard telegraphed a bounce pass right into the hands of Georgetown’s Tre Campbell, Jim Boeheim summoned the sophomore to his side.“Horrible. Horrible. Horrible,” the head coach said to his point guard.The early giveaway foreshadowed a less than spectacular day for Howard, who committed a career-high six turnovers as his offensive woes carried over into a third straight game. Syracuse’s starting point guard has now scored a meager 13 points in his last three contests, and Howard has hit only two of his last 20 shots after a 2-of-6 mark from the field in Syracuse’s (6-4) 78-71 loss to Georgetown (7-4) in the Carrier Dome on Saturday afternoon.“I don’t have any options,” Boeheim said. “He’s got to play better.”Howard has started every game this season and Saturday was the first time fellow point guard John Gillon joined him in the first five, as Tyus Battle works his way back from a left foot injury. While Gillon only turned the ball over once against the Hoyas, Howard gave it away far more frequently.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMost of his giveaways weren’t even 50-50 balls, rather passes right into the hands of a defender. Two of his first-half bounce passes intended for cutters to the hoop instead found a black jersey, jumpstarting a Hoyas transition game that trumped the Orange’s. From Howard’s perspective, he made his decisions too obvious.“I just wasn’t going downhill, so I mean everybody knew I was going to pass,” Howard said. “Side-to-side, not being aggressive. It’s kind of almost giving away the pass. It was just on me … just wasn’t making the right play.”After yet another sloppy turnover in the second half, Boeheim sided with the banged-up Battle off the bench with just over 14 minutes remaining in the game and Syracuse needing a spark. The Orange didn’t get it from the guard spot, leaving the head coach lamenting on the play of his backcourt following arguably SU’s worst loss of the season.Howard’s offseason improvement may be the biggest of anyone on the team. Boeheim even said before the season it was the most significant of any player he’s ever coached. But aside from 11 assists that saved an 0-for-5 shooting day against Boston University (Howard also went 0-for-2 from beyond the arc against the Terriers), the point guard’s production, for an offense that’s already struggling, has regressed of late.“Just tell him to keep his head up and just not worry about everybody just being in his ear and judging him,” Gillon said. “It’s tough…He’s 19 years old, so it has to be tough when you’re in a place like this where the media is so heavy, where the coach is demanding…it’s just tough to have all that on your mind.”Howard has posted the three highest single-game assist totals in the Atlantic Coast Conference this season. Coming into Saturday’s game, the sophomore ranked 10th in the country in assists per game (6.8) despite playing fewer minutes than anyone in the top 22 in the category. In Syracuse’s eight games prior to facing Georgetown, Howard never turned the ball over more than twice in a single game. His previous high for giveaways was three, in the season opener against Colgate.Saturday, though, Georgetown made it look easy.“If he doesn’t play better, we’re not gonna win,” Boeheim said. “That’s the bottom line.” Comments
RIVERA: Adams wants trade to Cowboys, putting Jets in impossible situationIf no deal is worked out by then, then they will have to renegotiate next offseason or the quarterback will hit free agency, although the Cowboys could also choose to franchise him again. Dak Prescott signed his $31.4 million franchise tender with the Cowboys for the 2020 season on Monday, the team announced.Prescott, who was tagged back in March, and the Cowboys could still try to work out a multiyear contract extension. The two sides have until July 15 to work out a deal. The 26-year-old Prescott is entering his fifth season in the NFL and is coming off his best year, finishing second in the league with a career-high 4,902 passing yards and fourth in the league with a personal-best 30 touchdown throws.Since being drafted in the fourth round in 2016, Prescott has never missed a game, his 15,778 passing yards rank sixth in the NFL and his 97 touchdown passes are tied with Carson Wentz for ninth.Despite being one of the league’s top passers, the two-time Pro Bowler has made just $4.9 million through his first four seasons in the NFL.