Marcelo turns 32 looking at the record of Roberto Carlos

first_img12 He himself has been liable for educating his day by day work, with out relaxation at dwelling, throughout quarantine. Their social networks have been the showcase for many who wished to see what might be seen final Wednesday and this Monday in Valdebebas: it has been very nicely maintained. Each when going to the sports activities metropolis to take the COVID-19 check and for the first particular person session of Madrid, Marcelo has appeared very high-quality. Marcelo 505-527 Roberto CarlosAs AS defined on April 1 and confirmed in Rio de Janeiro on Might 1 in a stay on Instagram, the concept of ​​persevering with in Actual Madrid solely goes by his head, the membership he joined in 2006 and of which he’s at this time its second captain. In nearly 14 years it has raised 4 Champions, 4 Leagues, 4 Membership World Cups, 4 Spanish Tremendous Cups, three European Tremendous Cups and two King’s Cups. He’s the second Actual Madrid participant in titles (21), along with Sergio Ramos and behind Gento (23), however he thirsts for extra … Marcelo turns 32 at this time together with his batteries charged. The coronavirus break caught him in the infirmary, injured his left femoral biceps towards Betis, so this time with out competitors has allowed him to get better and sharpen for the return of soccer, scheduled for mid-June. Contract ends in 2022 and, along with the collective aims, it has between eyebrows a really specific incentive: change into the foreigner with the most matches in Madrid in historical past. A really particular record, particularly as a result of now it’s in the possession of his idol and pal, Roberto Carlos. The rating goes 505-527.last_img read more

Briefs: Red Sox, Snow finalize deal

first_imgJ.T. Snow and the Boston Red Sox reached an agrement on a $2 million, one-year contract Friday after the 37-year-old passed a physical. Snow, the former Angels first baseman who spent the last nine seasons with San Francisco, is likely to share playing time at first base with Kevin Youkilis in Boston. Serena Williams pulled out of the Champions Challenge exhibition tournament in Hong Kong with a knee injury, but said she plans to play in the upcoming Australian Open. Williams lost in straight sets to Elena Dementieva in the tournament Wednesday. Meanwhile, sister Venus Williams complained of back stiffness after losing 6-3, 6-1 to Lindsay Davenport in the Champions Challenge semifinals. Lisa Raymond and Taylor Dent defeated Michaella Krajicek and Peter Wessels 4-6, 6-2, 10-7 in Perth, Australia to give the U.S. its fourth Hopman Cup mixed tennis title in 18 years. JURISPRUDENCE: Thomas Hearns’ pretrial hearing on a charge that he struck his 13-year-old son was postponed so the former boxing champion’s lawyer could gather more information. Hearns is to return to court in Southfield, Mich., on Jan 26. BASKETBALL: Stanford junior forward Fred Washington, who moved into the starting lineup last season, will have season-ending surgery on his left knee to repair a torn patella tendon. SOCCER: Portland’s Christine Sinclair became the third college women’s player to win back-to-back MAC Hermann Trophies, the sport’s top college Player of the Year award, joining U.S. women’s national team veterans (and former North Carolina stars) Mia Hamm and Cindy Parlow. Maryland’s Jason Garey won the men’s award. Chivas USA announced that forward Francisco Palencia, a former Mexican World Cup standout, will return for the 2006 season. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Justin Upton, the 18-year-old shortstop who was the top pick in the 2005 major league amateur draft, agreed to a minor-league contract with the Arizona Diamondbacks that includes a $6.1 million signing bonus payable over five years. The signing bonus is the largest in a minor-league contract for a drafted player who was not a free agent. The Atlanta Braves avoided arbitration with relief pitcher Chris Reitsma, giving him a one-year, $2.75 million deal. The team also signed outfielder Brian Jordan and catcher Eddie Perez to minor-league deals. center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Pitcher Al Leiter agreed to a minor-league deal with the New York Yankees that calls for a $1.5 million, one-year contract if the 40-year-old makes the 40-man roster. The Colorado Rockies gave pitcher Byung-Hyun Kim a one-year contract to stay with the team. TENNIS: Martina Hingis, the women’s former No. 1-ranked player trying to come back after a three-year hiatus, lost to Italy’s Flavia Pennetta 1-6, 7-6 (2), 6-2 in the semifinals of an Australian hard-court tournament. After returning from foot, heel and ankle injuries, the 25-year-old Swiss star has a new ailment – a hip strain from Friday’s match. Next stop is the Sydney International. Then, beginning Jan. 16, comes the Australian Open, a major she has won three times. last_img read more