Among those voted are also Dani Giménez goalkeeper for Deportivo de la Coruña, Manu Herrera currently at AT Baleares, Dmitrovic who now plays for Eibar and Juanma the goalkeeper who defended the Alcorcón framework for promotion to the Second Division. In these days of confinement and confinement, the potters do not stop talking and thinking about soccer. The Club celebrates a decade in the silver category of Spanish football. For each position the yellow set asks who the potters consider to be the best. Alcorcón have been a team of great goalkeepers and this Saturday they asked precisely about the best goalkeeper of AD Alcorcón in the Second Division. The winner has been the current keeper, Dani Jiménez. The goalkeeper celebrates his 5th season in the pottery framework, has played 65 matches and has conceded 74 goals.
Juventus: Cristiano, Dybala and PogbaTie christian. Juventus has made it clear several times that Cristiano will honor his contract until 2022, and so far there has never been talk of renewals. The idea is that the Portuguese does not move in the next course either.Dybala Renewal. An important renovation is that of Dybala, which at the moment has not yet come to fruition and is somewhat stagnant. In the center of the field, Paratici’s dream remains Pogba, whom he will try to sign as soon as possible, while Ferran sounds for the front, for whom information has been taken.Other issues. Buffón and Chiellini want to renew and the agreement is close to happening.By Mirko CalemneManchester City: Aguero, Guardiola and SterlingClarify the future of Guardiola. It ends in contract in 2021 and the entire City project passes by whether or not it will continue. Possibly, this will be decided by his future in the Champions League.Tie Aguero. The Argentine ends his contract in 2021 and it is unknown whether he will be able to retire at the English club, as many fans want.Attention to Sterling. The winger ends his contract in 2023, but he has already publicly stated that you always have to be ready to face new challenges.By Eduardo Cornago.Manchester United: Pogba, Rashford and Ole Gunnar SolskjærNick Potts – PA Images & nbsp; (PA Images via Getty Images) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Manchester United v Arsenal – Premier League – Old TraffordNick Potts – PA Images (PA Images via Getty Images) The coronavirus stoppage is beginning to be an ‘opportunity’, especially for sports directors. Now, they can settle various issues that were listed on the agenda and that seemed that they would never be resolved: planning, new signings, continuity by the coach, renovations, organization of the transferred … There are a thousand tasks to decide these days.Real Madrid: Ramos, Bale and a ‘9’Bale’s hot potato. It is a real dilemma what can happen with the Welshman. When everything pointed out that it would come out last summer, there were some unexpected turns and he continued in Madrid. But his performance was not as expected and managers would be considering an exit, although his high salary will not be easy.JOAQUIN CORCHERO & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>FOOTBALL 19/20JOAQUIN CORCHERO (DAILY AS) The renewal of Ramos. In 2021 the captain’s contract ends and that encourages a parenthesis of doubts about what will happen. The future of the camero is completely unknown.A ‘9’. If there is something pending at the Bernabéu it is seeing fresh air, in this case at a ‘9’. A scorer who can lend a hand to the team, since Jovic does not finish curdling.By Tomás Roncero.Barcelona: Suárez, Griezmann and the defense …Suárez’s relief. Despite the arrival of Braithwaite, Luis Suárez needs a relief of guarantees. On the way to 34 years, the Uruguayan body begins to notice the passage of time. Lautaro Martínez, from Inter, is the great objective.Strut defense. It is being seen this season that the defensive line is sustained thanks to Piqué (33 years old). It is urgent to hire a guarantee center or to bet decisively on Roland Araújo. On the sides, there is also debate.Griezmann’s explosion. Without bad numbers, 14 goals and four assists, the Frenchman is far from a leading role according to a world star. After a year of adaptation, the second season should be that of the explosion and total harmony with Messi.© MIGUEL RUIZ & nbsp; (DIARIO AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>BARCELONA 19/20© MIGUEL RUIZ (DIARIO AS) By Santi Giménez.PSG: Mbappé, Neymar and a central defenderA central. They need to sign a center back because Thiago Silva does not renew and will leave a very sensitive vacancy to be the leader of the Parisian rear.PASCAL ROSSIGNOL & nbsp; (REUTERS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Coupe de la Ligue – Semi Final – Stade de Reims v Paris St GermainPASCAL ROSSIGNOL (REUTERS) A striker. Neither Icardi nor Cavani will continue and it is key that they be reinforced as soon as possible so that they have a reference above.Neymar and Mbappé. Every summer is news and, on more than one occasion, they have hinted that they could come out.By Andrés Onrubia. Pogba continuity. It’s a mystery. Raiola continues to send messages that some of his stars could change their air. It already rang during the previous summer and it is unknown what will happen to it.Rashford Consecration. The end is the star next to Pogba. Contract ends in 2023 and the objective of the red club is none other than to tie him as long as possible.Solskjær’s future. Contract ends in 2022 and everything is up in the air. During this season the results have not finished accompanying him, but when he replaced Mourinho he was a “hero” for the fans.By Eduardo Cornago.Athletic: Thomas, the exits and the loanedThomas Renewal: The Ghanaian is one of Simeone’s fixes and the club wants to retain him, since his clause is 50 million, a bargain for the Premier. The player already has the offer on the table.Possible departures from Lemar and / or Diego Costa: The club has to make decisions regarding footballers who will leave the locker room. Lemar seems the first candidate and has a good lineup in England. Costa’s future is also in the air. Arias also points to a goodbye.Loaned: If Atlético has to tighten his belt, he could play a loan to prop up the squad. It is a good time to review your performances this season. Nehuén and Mollejo seem the best placed.By Jesús Colino.Power Sport Images & nbsp; (Getty Images) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>La Liga 2017-18 – Atletico de Madrid vs Malaga CFPower Sport Images (Getty Images)
Camavinga17Stade Rennes37.5 Palaces17San Lorenzo9 Kouassi17PSGeleven Gravenberch17Ajaxeleven Reinier18Real Madrid22.5 Ihattaren18PSVtwenty In the list there are also players who start to sound on the international scene such as Giovanni Reyna (son of the North American midfielder Claudio Reyna), who plays for Borussia Dortmund, as well as the Argentine midfielder Palacios, for whom it was rumored that Real Madrid had made an offer for it earlier this year. What is certain is their names. At just 17 years old, Eduardo Camavinga is the new diamond emerged from the inexhaustible French quarry. With meager figures (he has participated in 43 games adding up all the competitions with Stade Rennais in just over a year: he debuted on April 6, 2019), the greats of Europe have kept an eye on him with a view to making him a reinforcement Special for their respective squads: Real Madrid, Barcelona, PSG and the greats of the Premier, rejoice at the thought of having him in their ranks.But not only that. Transfermarkt, the reference website in terms of market values, places it in the first place of players born in 2002 with the highest market value. Transfermarkt values the young midfielder at almost 38 million euros (37.5) (2.20 million euros per year that marks your ID). He surpasses in a million and a half the second, who is the striker of Barcelona Ansu Fati (36 million). Both are condemned to become the benchmark for the teams in which they will participate in the future.The distance they keep with the third and fourth in this Transfermarkt list. They are the Brazilians Verón (Palmeiras) and Reinier (Real Madrid, although he has been playing for Castilla since his arrival at the beginning of the year). Both are valued at 22.5 million. By Reinier, the white team paid about 30 million euros to Flamengo to get their services. Until now Ansu Fati17Barcelona36 Queen17B. Dortmund13.5 Market values for those born in 2002 Esposito17Inter de Milan9 Veron17Palmeiras22.5 PlayerAgeEquipmentMarket value (millions of euros)
Zanetti revealed several anecdotes about the ex-defense Taribo West: “Once he invited us to his birthday at seven in the afternoon. We arrived, there were six of us, and he began to pray. The hours passed and he did not stop. At 10 at night he suddenly said to us: ‘Okay, the party was over. It ended. ‘And so we left, eating nothing. ” Regarding his role as vice president, he stated, “When they proposed to me, I went to college to study business and finance. Once you stop playing, you must start from scratch.” Christian Vieri follow his daily show on Instagram with big names in live football. This Thursday it was, among others, Javier Zanetti, who commented on the rumors about the future of Lautaro Martinez, main objective for the front of the Barcelona: “When we signed him, we already knew he was going to go far. With Conte he trains great, he can grow and give us a lot “. In the middle of the coronavirus emergency, nobody wants to talk about the market, but the vice president of Inter reiterated that he does not see the ‘Bull’ far from Milan: “At such a difficult time we don’t think about what will happen, but I see Lautaro well here, have fun. And with Lukaku he is great“.
Yes, we believe that it is the best and the involvement of players, coaches, managers and employees in general has been commendable. We are very proud of all those who make up Girona. We have tried to make this situation affect as little as possible and the property was clear and wanted the people who work and help the club to grow to be as little harmed as possible. Furthermore, the players were the first to understand the situation and the agreement was good. The club is strong and has a future.Do you have contact with the players? How do you see them?They are training, to put it in some way, in the best possible way at home and they want to meet on a soccer field, live day by day. His hope is to be able to step forward when the League returns and achieve the goal.Is it direct promotion?You have to go step by step and the first thing is for the League to return. But we have a high quality squad capable of anything. We trust the players.Has a player told you that you don’t want to play again?Something like Fali del Cádiz said? They are statements he made on a personal level, there is no need to give it more thought. In all we work we want to have maximum security. For that protocols are made and we hope that everything is solved. And then, to play. But here nobody is ahead of anyone.Does Vinya comply with the League protocols for the return to training?I think it has the conditions that are requested and the doctors say that we are ready. We should have no problem. The team can be isolated, calm, without flow of people.At the club level they are leading a fundraising campaign for the Josep Trueta Hospital and they have transferred Les Hortes to the City Council …Yes, we want to be on the side of society and not only do we have to say it, we also have to act. And so we do it, we are trying, within our means, to help.How are the two positives for coronaviruses that were detected in Girona?Luckily everyone is recovered and well.The league’s deadline to sign a substitute for Brandon for his serious injury is about to end. Will they tie a player?It’s complicated. We are happy with the workforce we have, it is extensive and we believe that it has the capacity to push forward and fight for the objectives.Do you want to send a message to Girona fans?I hope everyone is in good health and we thank them for the effort they have made throughout the season to be next to the team. They must have patience and see if soon they can resume normal life and that everyone can enjoy their privileges of life and work. And enjoy Girona. What is it like to preside over a home-bound club?It is not easy, but for no one it is. We are living an exceptional moment. We telework and try to advance projects and initiatives.Do you think it will be played again?The intention is to do it. The most important thing now is people’s health, but once progress is seen in the current situation, it would be normal to resume all activities. Among them soccer. Of course, I think that everything will be behind closed doors at the beginning because Health will not let there be crowds.Would you be in favor of playing behind closed doors?It is a way to restart the League and it is what we want. There are days to dispute and decide things, in terms of promotions and descents, without playing them I would not see it well. Everything is open because in 11 games a lot can happen. Therefore, if everything progresses as they are transmitting to us and the confinement is over, the normal thing would be to train and play again.Does the viability of Girona go through playing again?I think that the viability of all the clubs and the general economy happens because everything works again. The clubs, and we are no exception, want the League to end.A few days ago they announced that they refused to do an ERTE and were betting on a voluntary salary reduction … The president of Girona, Delfí Geli (04-22-1969), talks with AS and highlights the club’s strength despite the crisis caused by Covid-19. It does not hide that to return to play you would have to do it behind closed doors. The goal, to return to First.His birthday was last Wednesday. How was the celebration in confinement?It was strange because I had never experienced anything like this. The truth is that I received many calls, I was with the family and we made an exception with the food, but nothing more. The important thing is to have health. It was noticed that at the gift level it went down (he jokes).
For this second meeting, Herrera lined up Ramallets; Flotats, Rodri, Grace; Vergés, Gensana; Eulogio Martínez, Kocsis, Evaristo, Luis Suárez and Coll. Segarra and Villaverde fell, injured, while Coll passed to the left wing (in the Bernabéu he did it to the right). For his part, Muñoz lost Santamaría in the rear axle and started the next eleven: Domínguez; Miche, Marquitos, Pachin; Vidal, Antonio Ruiz; Canary (replaced Herrera), Del Sol, Di Stéfano, Puskás and Gento. Another English referee, Reginald Leafe, arbitrated him. The English players dismissed the Catalans with applause after the defeat (2-5) in the quarters. Barça was a favorite after two fantastic playoffs. First winning both games against Milan and then humiliating Wolverhampton with a double win. In the second part, the azulgrana struck on the left wing, with a struggling Villaverde, while the whites showed fatigue. However, fortune smiled at the Whites: Villaverde, a key player in the attack, suffered a muscular pull, having to leave the game. That set was used by the whites who went to the open grave to try to resolve the tie at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium. The tranquility would not come until the final stretch of the meeting, when Di Stéfano scored the third goal for the Whites with a cross-headed header. With 3-1 the scoreboard was closed: white hopes were at the top, while those of the azulgrana were encouraged by Herrera: “We will beat them there and we will win the final,” he said for several days in a row to warm the spirits of the his.However, the Barça fans and even the players burned when they heard Alfredo Di Stéfano’s statements to an English magazine called People. In them, The arrow he praised Barcelona, saying they had a great team and that he was a very tough opponent. Curiously, those statements were made on the occasion of the previous tie in which the Catalans had met at Wolverhampton. In them they praised the virtues of players like Ramallets, Gensana, Luis Suárez, Kocsis … and in Barcelona it was understood that he gave keys to the English to overcome them. When the Whites jumped onto the pitch to warm up, a banner about 50 meters long, according to Di Stéfano himself, with the legend: “We don’t want sneaks in the stadium …” was seen in the Barcelona coliseum. Every time Di Stéfano touched the ball, a loud whistle ran through the stands of the Camp Nou making communication between white players impossible. 2-0Minute 29 ‘. Puskas, in the center of the photography, surpasses Ramallets again with a strong shot. Six minutes later, at 35 ‘, Martinez reduced differences. The Whites had eliminated Sevilla and Atlético in previous seasons And what had to be an eminently tactical and force-fighting game on the part of the locals ended up being a positional recital for the visitors. Located on a scale, the whites took possession of the ball, the game and the match: He stopped the impetuous local start and the match matured until his time came, And that moment came: the ball fell at the feet of Puskás who, in front of Ramallets, did not forgive. That goal was the blow for the azulgrana, who from that moment were misplaced, misplaced and overwhelmed by the game of the whites led by their Holy Trinity: Di Stéfano, Puskás and Gento, plus the incalculable effort of Luis del Sol. Herrera had warned that the Whites would be shipwrecked in the second half, and just the opposite happened: Gento and Puskás again burst the scoreboard in just six minutes. At 0-3, Kocsis would cut the score. That triumph would constitute a strong impact in the world of European football. The Whites struck a blow at the table (they would give another thunder in the Glasgow final by beating Eintracht 7-3). But more significant is the influence he caused in Barcelona: the next day he stopped being coach of the Barça team in a decision that was presented as a resignation, but in which the term ‘dismissal’ had a high percentage of guilt.The Whites would play their fifth European Cup final in a row. Barcelona would have to wait … Enlarge The Catalans, meanwhile, had eliminated the Bulgarian CDNA (2-2 in Sofia and 6-2 in Barcelona). Their performances against Milan (both wins 2-2 and 5-1) made them clear favorites to win the fifth edition of the European Cup. Above all, the demolition of Milan fans at the Camp Nou. Some sensations that increased in the quarterfinal tie, with two other formidable games of those of Helenio Herrera against the English champion, the Wolverhampton Wanderers (another two wins by 4-0 and 5-2: they made them hall of honor in the old Molineaux ). Five wins and one draw. There is nothing. 0-1Minute 25 ‘. Puskas opened the scoring at the Camp Nou with a powerful left-footed shot. Known that Madrid would concentrate in its usual place, near El Escorial, Herrera began his particular cold war. He took the Catalan team close to his Madrid rival, to La Berzosa, where he gave a pulse to the directive in order to stimulate his players: having won the League to the then four-time European champion, the coach asked for an increase in premiums for both the staff and himself. Miro-Sans, Barça president and drowned by the debts of the construction of the Camp Nou, decided to hold the order and wait for the tie and the season to end, since the Barça players competed in up to four competitions that season: League, Cup, Cup of Europe and Fair Cup. That cooled and strained president-coach relationships 0-2Minute 68 ‘. Gento widened the difference with a shot that went in next to the right post. Thus, on April 21, 1960, both teams presented the following formations. For Real Madrid they played: Domínguez; Marquitos, Santa Maria, Pachin; Vidal, Antonio Ruiz; Herrera, Del Sol, Di Stéfano, Puskás and Gento. Herrera lined up Ramallets; Flotats, Rodri, Grace; Segarra, Gensana; Coll, Kocsis, Eulogio Martínez, Luis Suárez and Villaverde. The meeting is led by English Leafe. The atmosphere is magnificent: 120,000 people fill the Bernabéu. The whites are more nervous: they play more. They are the current champion, they defend the title (Bernabéu had shown their anger at losing the League and had let down their discontent) and they cannot allow the Blaugrana team to beat them. The presence of Luis del Sol in the white attack is surprising. It is his first game as a white player in the European competition; He had arrived in April to reinforce the squad, and his spirited play will be one of the keys to the Whites’ final victory. Di Stéfano, after the first 15 minutes of the match, finished off a Gento center. It was the first goal of the game and, in this way, it calmed the white spirits. It would be Puskás, again at the play of Gento, who established the 2-0 before the half hour of play. The pace was frenetic on the part of both teams, but with that second goal, the Whites relaxed alarmingly, which the visitors took advantage of to close the gap through Eulogio Martínez. The blaugrana goal was highly protested by the whites: at the time of the auction, the line judge had the flag raised for alleged offside of the Blaugrana striker. It was the fourth time that two Spanish teams appeared in the maximum European competition: Athletic had already done so in the 1956-57 campaign, Sevilla (1957-58), Atlético de Madrid (1958-59) and in which we are (1959-60), with the presence of Madridistas and Barcelona fans. The Whites had eliminated Sevilla and Rojiblancos in previous seasons, when in the 1960 semifinal draw the hype created a new confrontation between Spanish teams. The Madridistas, who had a new coach in the figure of Miguel Muñoz and a new player in Luis del Sol,used for being first-round champions, they had dropped Jeunesse in eighths (victories 7-0 and 5-2 in Luxembourg), and Nice in the quarters: they lost 3-2 on French soil, thrashing in Madrid (4-0 ). At the BernabéuTwo English collegiate referees in this tie. Gento for Madrid and Segarra for Barça were the captains in the first leg. Reginald Leafe flips the coin. 3-1Minute 87 ‘. With three minutes to go, Di Stéfano headed the final result. Villaverde’s injury left Barça with ten and was decisive in the first leg By So much went the jug to the source, that someday it had to be broken. It is 60 years since the first European tie between Madrid and Barcelona … A duel that sooner or later had to take place. It happened in April 1960 and faced the then-current European champions, the Whites, and those of the Spanish League, the Catalans, and which, in the end, would mark the future of both entities. At the Bernabéu there was no color. Madrid easily traced Nice’s 3-2 at their stadium and won 4-0 at the Bernabéu in the quarterfinals. The day after elimination, Helenio Herrera ‘resigned’ as Blaugrana coach Thus, the hype of the semifinals included Madrid, Barcelona, the German Eintracht and the Glasgow Rangers. And fate decided to pair Madridistas and Barça fans, who had settled for a spectacular end of the season, in which the Barcelona players had won the league title for global goalaverage against the whites. That goalaverage was the quotient resulting from the division of the goals in favor between the conceded goals: the result gave 516 thousandths in favor of those of Barcelona. As it could not be less, Herrera, Barca coach, began to heat up the first leg. In Madrid, on the contrary, he ended up with coach Fleitas Solich going out the door: Miguel Muñoz, then coach of Plus Ultra (the white subsidiary) took over from him. All the ingredients were prepared for the duel. Enlarge 1-0Minute 18 ‘. Di Stéfano shoots against Ramallets, Barcelona goalkeeper, and gets the first goal. 0-374 minutes. Ramallets could not stop the strong shot from Puskas, hidden in the image by Gracia. Later, at 87 ‘, Kocsis scored the Barça goal of honor. The Barcelona players had won the League title for global goalaverage against the Whites At the Camp NouEngland’s Arthur Ellis was the designated referee for the Barcelona game. Gento returned to be the captain of Madrid and Ramallets replaced Segarra as captain of Barcelona.
Many professional athletes will return to activity on May 4, but the CARs, which are being disinfected with ozone, will not open until the 11th. This assuming that there are no unexpected and unwanted regrowths. A single positive in any of the CARs would mean the closure of the facilities.The CSD has kept the 59 federations informed of the deadlines in the meetings held by the CSD Working Group and also the Spanish Olympic Committee (COE) presided over by the highly respected and loved by the Olympic family, Alejandro Blanco. The Government will authorize via individual Superior Council of Sports (CSD) the individual trainings in the High Performance Centers (CAR) from May 11, according to confirmed to this newspaper sources of the Administration. The Blume Residence, together with the CSD, will be precisely the only one that could not take advantage of this term, since it needs aseptic measures that will take a little longer. The reinstatement of the Blume athletes will also be staggered.
Coach of reigning Red Stripe Premier League champions Arnett Gardens FC, Jerome Waite, says his team is ready for the challenge in the Caribbean Football Union (CFU) Club Championships in order to move on to the CONCACAF stage.Arnett will depart the island next Sunday for the Dominican Republic where they will participate in Group Four alongside Atletico Pantoja of Dominican Republic, America des Cayes (Haiti) and Notch (Suriname).Waite is already looking forward to the CONCACAF stage, where the club has participated in the past.”Well, first and foremost, we have participated in the CONCACAF round twice, but have not passed the quarter-final stage. Our aim is to win the CFU group stage and qualify for the semi-finals, then be among the top three that will advance to the CONCACAF,” Waite told The Gleaner.”I’m pretty much confident based on our performance in the local Red Stripe Premier League, where the team has done well,” the veteran coach shared.He admitted that he did not know much about the opponents, but he remains optimistic.GIVE THEIR BEST”A lot of the players have not played at this level, but they should give of their best, as doors can be opened for them. We don’t have any info on the teams, but they will know about us, as the Premier League is broadcast in the Caribbean,” he informed.Waite is yet to name his 20-man squad for the tournament, but disclosed that players such as captain Oneil ‘Bigga’ Thompson, Renae Lloyd, Marvin Morgan, Kemal Malcolm, Jason Moore, Vishinul Harris, Dicoy Williams, Ranike Anderson, Damion Hyatt, Peter Harrison, Keneil Hyde will be included.Arnett will play against America des Cayes on March 2, Notch on March 3, and Atletico Pantoja on March 5. All games will be at Estadio OlÌmpico FÈlix S·nchez in Santo Domingo.The 14 teams are divided into four groups, and the winners will advance to the semi-finals.Meanwhile, Montego Bay United, the other Jamaican club that has qualified, will participate in Group Three alongside Central of Trinidad and Tobago and Scholars International of the Cayman Islands.
Tennis Jamaica have responded to comments made by John Azar published in yesterday’s Gleaner.In the article, Azar contended that he was legitimately elected in the abandoned election and described the over-voting as a deliberate attempt by the administration to compromise the process.In a response via press release, Tennis Jamaica president, John Bailey, said the association “remains committed to proper governance of the association and an electoral process that is transparent and fair”.It also said it rejected Azar’s accusations.”With regards to the disputed ballots, neither Mr Azar nor the administration of Tennis Jamaica is in a position to establish which ballots were compromised, as the exercise was based on secret ballots that were not marked for identification purposes.”It added that affidavits from persons purporting to vote for Azar would be inadequate replacements for ballots that may be in dispute.”Persons may, for their own benefit, give incorrect or untruthful responses after the fact.”The releases added: “It is in the pursuit of this, that – after consultation with our board and taking advice from competent persons – we decided to go the route of holding fresh elections to secure a new administration, following the last exercise on November 19, 2015 which had to be terminated due to the action of some unscrupulous members. This, amid the fact that the methodology used then to govern the elections was the usual.”On that occasion, conducting a re-vote was not possible as the meeting had broken down and a number of members had left the premises.”Tennis Jamaica asserted that the current approach is one that it believed would satisfy the requirements of all “well-thinking members of the association and persons who love the sport of tennis.The release added that Tennis Jamaica had secured the services of Jamaica Olympic Association to organise and administer the fresh elections set for March “in a way to remove any doubt as to the integrity of the proposed elections”.
LONDON (AP):Fans of away teams at Premier League matches will pay no more than 30 pounds (US$43) for tickets for the next three seasons.The decision was taken at a specially-convened meeting of topflight teams on Wednesday following mounting criticism from fan groups about the cost of attending matches as revenue from the 2016-19 television rights is rises to 8.3 billion pounds (US$12 billion).The biggest winners will be fans seeing their team play at Arsenal, which had been charging up to 64 pounds (US$91) in the away end. Now tickets for visiting fans will be more than halved.Additionally, Arsenal will partially subsidise tickets for its fans watching Arsene Wenger’s team on the road. The north London club will ensure no Arsenal fan pays more than 26 pounds for an away ticket the cost of the cheapest home ticket at the Emirates Stadium.”We know that following the club is a commitment and are always seeking to strike the right balance in our pricing,” Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis said.The Premier League price cap comes as the competition thrives, with surprise leader Leicester shaking up the title race, the television rights revenue being un-matched in global domestic football and attendances averaging 96.2 per cent of stadium capacities this season.”Most clubs have recognised for some time that we need to do something for the travelling supporter,” Everton chief executive Robert Elstone said. “It is absolutely right that football, as a family, looks after that group of fans.”Our away fans are among the most dedicated and committed throughout the Premier League and that loyalty is deserving of this commitment by the clubs.”