Players RB Salzburg test positive and negative

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Baseball: Former Astros coach starts case about dismissal after scandal

00.23 hours: Jeff Luhnow, former coach of the Houston Astros, takes the club to court. He accuses the Astros of breaking contract after his resignation for cheating in 2017, demanding 22 million dollars (18.6 million euros), an amount that would stand for the remainder of his contract term.

Luhnow was dismissed in January with team manager A.J. Hinch, after a major league baseball (MLB) investigation revealed that the Astros had cheated in 2017, the World Series won season. The club from Houston would have been cheating on opponents‘s gestures. pitchers and catchers communicate through gestures and in the year of the World Series profits they would have been secretly recorded via cameras.

The coach has filed the lawsuit in Harris County, Texas, in which the city of Houston is located. Luhnow says he was used as a scapegoat by the club, which MLB had to pay a $5 million fine. The coach and the manager were the only individuals who were punished. The baseball players had received immunity in exchange for their confession.

Football: Internationals RB Salzburg test positive and negative at corona

23.36 p.m.: At Red Bull Salzburg, six internationals tested positive for coronavirus on Monday. The players were tested before they would travel to their national teams. “The affected players are without symptoms and have all gone into quarantine,” the club announced, without mentioning the names of the players.

On a second test Monday night, all results were negative, the club reported. Director Stephan Reiter announced that the club is working to get all restrictions terminated as soon as possible. It looks at whether the internationals can still go to their national teams.

The positive tests were a big surprise for the club. In last Friday’s tests before the match against Rapid Wien on Sunday, all players had tested negative.

Swimming: Magnini makes 21.10 hours after three years of comeback

: Two-time world champion Filippo Magnini has announced his comeback. The 38-year-old Italian had reported that he was quitting three years ago.

In a post on Instagram Magnini said that he once again plunges into the pool “for myself, for my family and for my country.”

Magnini won gold at the 100 m freestyle battle at the 2005 and 2007 World Cup, and won bronze for Italy at the 2004 Olympic Games with the 4×200 meter freestyle relay.

Judo: European gold for youngsters

20.07: Judoka‘s Pleuni Cornelisse (-57 kg) and Joanne van Lieshout (-63 kg) have become European champion in the age group under 23 years. Yannick van der Kolk also won a place on stage on behalf of the Netherlands. He won the bronze in the -73 kg

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21-year-old Cornelisse is reigning Dutch champion among the seniors. She is also the number 3 of the last World Championships. The EK-23 in Porec experienced the first day on Monday. There were eight Judokas from TeamNL on the mat in Croatian place.

Football: Kobel lacks matches with Swiss team

19.51 hours: The Swiss goalkeeper Gregor Kobel will miss the three interlands of the Swiss national team next week. The 22-year-old goalkeeper of VfB Stuttgart has back problems and unchecked. Federal coach Vladimir Petkovic called David von Ballmoos of Young Boys to replace him. Kobel is the reserve keeper behind first choice Yann Sommer.

Switzerland will play a practice interland against Belgium on Wednesday. The team plays on Saturday in the Nations League against Spain and the following Tuesday against Ukraine.

Football: Bazoer and Köhn miss two matches by suspension

18.38 hours: Riechedly Bazoer of Vitesse misses the next two matches. The Disciplinary Committee paid football has suspended the midfielder for three duels, one of which is conditional. Bazoer received the red card in the 3-1 match with FC Emmen on Sunday because of serious nasty play. He misses the matches against FC Groningen and Fortuna-Sittard.

Derrick Köhn of Willem II also received a suspension of three duels, one of which was conditional. The defender received a red card for a violation of Denzel Dumfries in the PSV duel. Köhnlacks the matches against VVV-Venlo and FC Groningen.

Golf: Former winner Garcia misses golf major Masters after corona contamination

16.59: Sergio Garcia has opted out of the Masters. The Spanish golfer has tested positive for the coronavirus and has informed the organization of the major in Augusta that he cannot participate.

Garcia won the Masters in 2017. In total, the Spaniard won over thirty tournaments, including the 100th edition of the KLM Open in 2019. It was his first victory on the American PGA Tour since his victory at the 2017 Masters,

and the Masters in Augusta in Georgia will be held without an audience from November 12 to November 15. The golf major was initially scheduled for 9-12 April, but was then postponed due to the coronapandemic. Tiger Woods won The Masters for the fifth time in his career last year.

“ After 21 years in which I haven’t missed any golf major, I‘m sorry I won’t be participating in the Masters this week,” said Garcia via Twitter. “The most important thing is that my family and I are healthy. We come back stronger and go back for the green jacket in April.”

The golfer announced that on his way home from the Houston Open last Saturday he started to have a sore throat and started coughing. The next day, the symptoms remained and tested positive.

Also Chilean golfer Joaquin Niemann had already signed out for the Masters because of a coronainfection.

Football: Heracles striker Szöke lacks duels with Ajax and AZ after suspension

16.25 hrs: Heracles striker Adrian Szöke is suspended for three games, one of which is conditional. In the duel with VVV-Venlo Saturday (3-2 loss) the Hungarian got a red card for an elbow leg in the first half.

Heracles Almelo and the attacker have accepted the prosecution‘s settlement proposal for paid football. Due to the suspension, Szöke, who did not score in seventeen league games, lacks the matches against Ajax (22 November) and AZ (29 November).

Groningen also agrees with the suspension in the case of Damil Dankerlui. The defender received a red card at Feyenoord just before time, causing a penalty from which the 2-0 fell. The 24-year-old Dankerlui is missing the competition match against Vitesse on 21 November.

Football: French coach Deschamps also sees Aouar drop out

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16.17 p.m.: French coach Didier Deschamps, following Nabil Fekir, also saw his replacement Houssem Aouar quit the national team. Fekir (Real Betis) reported injured at Deschamps on Friday, who then called Aouar. The midfielder of Olympique Lyon, however, fell out on Sunday in the competition against Saint-Étienne (2-1).

The 22-year-old Aouar also had to unsubscribe from Deschamps on Monday, who now decided not to call for a replacement. On Wednesday, France will play a training match against Finland at the Stade de France. The World Champion will compete against Portugal on Saturday in the Nations League and three days later against Sweden.

Aouar made his debut in the French team last month. He had already been called for the national team in August, but he had to sign out because he had become infected with the coronavirus.

Deschamps hopes that his medical staff will manage to prepare Kylian Mbappé, Presnel Kimpembe (both from Paris Saint-Germain) and Benjamin Pavard (Bayern Munich) in time for the coming international country. All three of them have physical problems.

Football: Az-attacker Aboukhlal may come out for Morocco

14.56 hours: Attacker Zakaria Aboukhlal of AZ played for many representative youth delfes of Orange, but he now becomes international from Morocco. The global football federation FIFA gave the 20-year-old Rotterdam green light to switch. Aboukhlal will be able to debut in the Moroccan team this week.

National coach Vahid Halilhodzic has included AZ’s wing striker in his selection for the two qualifying matches for the Africa Cup against the Central African Republic. The Rotterdammer, who previously played for PSV in youth, scored two goals in four league matches this season. Aboukhlal went through all Dutch youth delftallen up to and including Orange under 20 years of age.

The Ajacieds Noussair Mazraoui and Zakaria Labyad have also been called for the upcoming interlands of Morocco, as have their former teammate Hakim Ziyech (Chelsea). Labyad initially did not receive an invitation, but was added to the selection on Monday.

Jonas Svensson, teammate of Aboukhlal at AZ, had to unsubscribe from Norway‘s upcoming interlands. On Sunday the rightback played the whole game against sc Heerenveen (3-0 win). For privacy reasons, a spokesperson for AZ could not say whatSvensson is faulting and how long he’s been on the side.

Sport: Handbalsters without Groot and with two debutants to European Championships

14.52 hours: Federal coach Emmanuel Mayonnade of the Dutch women‘s handball team has already completed his final selection three weeks before the start of the European Championship. Among the eighteen players, Nycke Groot is missing.

The former star player had said goodbye to Orange in early 2019, but her name was unexpectedly on the provisional list for the European final round, which will be held in Norway and Denmark from 3 to 20 December.

Mayonnade hoped that Groot, who plays for Odense together with the internationals Lois Abbingh and Tess Wester in Denmark, would change his mind. However, a return in Orange is not included in the selection that was released on Monday.

Harma van Kreij and Nikita van der Vliet can get ready for their debut on a final round. In the selection of the reigning world champion, they take the places of Estavana Polman and Delaila Amega, both of whom are injured.

The Dutch women’s team won the world title at the end of last year and has joined the Olympic Games in Tokyo. At the last European Championships in France (2018), the team won bronze. At the upcoming European Championships, Orange is divided into a group with Hungary, Serbia and Croatia and plays all his group matches in the Norwegian city of Trondheim. The first three countries from the four pools are in front of the main round.

The full selection: Lois Abbingh, Debbie Bont, Rinka Duijndam, Kelly Dulfer, Merel Freriks, Laura van der Heijden, Dione Housheer, Jessy Kramer, Harma van Kreij, Annick Lipman, Angela Malestein, Larissa Nusser, Martine Smeets, Inger Smits, Nikita van der Vliet, Tess Wester and Bo van Wetering.

Athletics: Farah temporarily sets aside athletics for popular television show

14.16 p.m.: British athlete Mo Farah puts his athletic career on the back. The 37-year-old multi-time Olympic and world long-distance champion is taking part in a popular British TV reality programme with nine other celebrities. Farah reportedly earns a sloppy 330,000 euros with it.

Farah improved the world record in Brussels in September. He ran at the King Baudouin Stadium to a distance of 21 kilometers and 330 meters. Born Somali holds two Olympic titles in the 5000 meters and two in the 10,000 meters. He also won three world titles in both 5000 and 10,000 metres.

The athlete announced earlier at the Tokyo Games next summer to aim for new Olympic gold at the 10,000 meters, but his participation in the physically and mentally heavy TV show ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Lord! ‘ raises the question of how serious that plan is.

The program starts on 15 November and the recordings are not as usual in the jungle of Australia, but in a castle in Wales because of the coronapandemic. “I want to challenge myself and see how far I get, that’s the thought behind my participation,” says Farah. “Many people associate me with running and winning and nothing else, but I‘d like to surprise them.”

Football: Trainer Arteta furious after ‘malperformance‘ Arsenal

13.22 hrs: Trainer Mikel Arteta of the English football club Arsenal did not want to know anything about excuses after the defeat against Aston Villa (0-3). “There are no excuses for large teams. They can’t afford it. So neither do we”, grumbled the Spanish manager of the ‘Gunners’.

Arsenal already collected the fourth defeat in eight league matches at its own Emirates stadium. The team of Arteta lost to Liverpool, Manchester City and Leicester City. Against Aston Villa Arsenal went down hard.

“ We expect to win every match, that must be the standard,” said Arteta, who was appointed to succeed his compatriot Unai Emery at the end of last year and won the FA Cup and the Community Shield with Arsenal. “So if someone thinks that winning one or two games in a row is enough, he is completely wrong. There‘s no way to accept that. I’m not taking that attitude. The club doesn‘t deserve that either.”

Arteta didn’t have a good word left for his team‘s performance against Aston Villa. “For the first time since I’ve been here, I feel like we‘ve really performed below our level. That is unacceptable. I would like to play another game right now to get this out of our system. I wonder how the players react, if they dare to look in the mirror. We can do much better than we have shown here.”

Football: Infected coach Mancini evokes fresh forces at Italy

12:14 PM Federal Coach Roberto Mancini of Italy has added three fresh powers to his extensive selection for the coming interland period. He called the defenders Alessandro Bastoni, GianMarco Ferrari and Mattia Zaccagni on. They replace Leonardo Spinazzola, Alessio Romagnoli and Angelo Ogbonna, who were injured last weekend.

Mancini will not welcome the players at the national training complex Coverciano. The federal coach is infected with the coronavirus and is in home isolation. In any case, he lacks the friendly interland on Wednesday against Estonia. Only in case of a negative test, Mancini might be able to attend the duels in the Nations League with Poland (November 15) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (November 18). Italy ranks second in the pool behind the leading Poland. The Netherlands is the number three in that group.

Because of the numerous corona infestations of Italian football players and quarantine measures at the clubs, Mancini selected a large group of 41 players for the interland period. Presumably, only eighteen players can meet Monday at Coverciano.

Football: Celta de Vigo fires trainer after bad start

11:24 hours The Spanish football club Celta de Vigo has fired trainer Oscar Garcia. The team from Vigo won only one victory in nine league matches, in the second round against Valencia, and is only just above the demotion line in La Liga. The club leadership therefore decided to say goodbye to Garcia.

The 47-year-old Spaniard, who celebrated four national titles as a player of Barcelona, was appointed a year ago as a successor to Fran Escribá who also had to leave after a bad start to the season. Under Garcia’s leadership, Celta barely escaped degradation. The club from Galicia remained 1 point above the line.

Celta plays among others Renato Tapia, former player of FC Twente and Feyenoord. Garcia has previously been the trainer of Brighton & Hove Albion, Watford, Saint-Étienne, Olympiakos and Red Bull Salzburg, with whom he was twice champion of Austria.

Tennis: Medvedev passes Federer in world ranking

10:23 a.m. Russian tennis player Daniil Medvedev has risen to fourth place in the world ranking due to his victory in the Paris Master Tournament. Medvedev passed the Swiss Roger Federer, who recovers from a knee injury and was missing in Paris.

Previously it was clear that the Serb Novak Djokovic will close the year as the number 1 in the global ranking. He does this for the sixth time and equals the American Pete Sampras.

Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem, second and third respectively, are also above Medvedev. The best eight tennis players of this year will play the ATP Finals from Sunday in London.

Tennis: Recovered Thiem ready for ATP Finals

The Austrian tennis player Dominic Thiem has recovered from his foot injury and travels to London for the final ATP Finals. The winner of the US Open reported on his website that he is going with a small group to the English capital on Wednesday.

Thiem was injured last month in his home tournament in Vienna. He had a lot of blisters. The number three of the world then decided to skip the masters in Paris. “After my shutdown in the quarter finals in Vienna, it took a few days to recover. Then I started the preparations for the ATP Finals”, says 27-year-old Thiem, who lost the final of the year-end tournament of the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas last year.

The tournament in the London O2-Arena with the best eight players of this year will take place from 15 to 22 November.