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Dragao has fans again and FC Porto explains how to sell tickets and what rules to follow



Dragao has fans again and FC Porto explains how to sell tickets and what rules to follow

FC Porto Belenenses, from the first round of the Bwin League, will have fans in the stands of Estádio do Dragão.

This Friday, FC Porto confirmed that FC Porto Belenenses (Sunday, 8 August, 18:00) of the first round of the Bvin League will receive fans in the stands of Estádio do Dragão.

Taking advantage of the announcement, the blue and white club also explained how tickets would be sold exclusively to members, recalling also the rules and guidelines set by the General Directorate of Health.

How to buy tickets
– Tickets for FC Porto-Belenenses SAD (Sunday 8 August 6pm) are personal and non-transferable.
– Participants interested in purchasing tickets must complete the renumbering process and streamline the quota for June 2021.
– The sale will take place at the Estádio do Dragão member store, the FC Porto portal and the FC Porto stores as follows:

On August 1st (Sunday), the sale will only be available to participants with an annual seat at the Dragau Stadium, with no breaks between the 2010/11 and 2019/20 seasons;

On August 2 (Monday), the sale will only be available to participants with an annual seat at the Dragau Stadium, with no breaks between the 2015/16 and 2019/20 seasons;

Since the available capacity has not been depleted, the August 3 (Tuesday) sale will be extended to all entrants occupying annual spots in the 2019/20 season;

4 and 5 August (Wednesday and Thursday), when the available capacity is not exhausted, the sale will be extended to all other members of FC Porto;

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On August 6 and 7 (Friday and Saturday), without exhausting the available capacity, the sale will be extended to the general public.

Superior: € 15 (participant) and € 25 (public)
Bleaches: 15 euros (for participants) and 25 euros (for all).
Side bench: € 20 (member) and € 30 (public)
Center Bench: € 20 (member) and € 30 (public)
Tribune: € 25 (member) and € 35 (public)

Existing sanitary measures
Requirements and recommendations made by the General Directorate of Health, namely:

– Provision of a valid COVID digital certificate, that is, at least 14 days after the completion of the vaccination process; alternatively, sending a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to a match, or an antigen test performed negatively within 48 hours prior to a match;

– Body temperature below 38 ° C, thanks to temperature control when accessing the body.

– Constant use of a face shield and physical distance is mandatory. Seats will be correctly marked and it is imperative that everyone respects the seat indicated on the ticket. It is also advisable to regularly disinfect your hands.
– It is mandatory to present a photo identification document – membership card or other – in order to prove the ownership of the ticket.
– It is important that spectators arrive at the Dragau stadium on time in order to facilitate the whole process of entering the venue.

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BAL – st. Juste talks about first impressions of Ruben Amorim (Sporting)



BAL - st.  Juste talks about first impressions of Ruben Amorim (Sporting)

Jeremiah St. Juste became the main novelty at the start of the new season of Sporting. The 25-year-old centre-back spoke to Jornal Sporting, sharing, among other things, his first impression of Ruben Amorim.

“I can’t reveal too much, but Mr. imposes very attacking football, with a lot of pressure and a lot of combinations with the ball coming from behind. The way the coach thinks about football suits me quite well, as it includes high pressure, ball possession and attacking football,” the Dutchman explained.

Jeremiah St. Just became a father last Sunday and showed up at Alcochete a day later at the start of work: “I had a girl and now a boy, those were very exciting days. We have already held the first two training sessions of the new season, and I am very pleased. It’s been a bit hectic and crazy days, but I feel really good.”

Having been to the Netherlands and Germany, the defender is now gearing up for adventures in Portuguese football: “I know Portugal has a lot of good ball players and a lot of good players in the league. I believe that the Portuguese league will be useful for my development as a player.”

St. Juste acknowledged that the fact that Sporting are in the Champions League influenced the decision to go to Alvalade and left a message for the Sporting fans: “I will press hard, attack and help the defense with my speed. I also hope I can score some goals, who knows. I can’t wait to see the fans in the stadiums.”

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BALL – Mbemba makes decision (Porto)



BALL - Mbemba makes decision (Porto)

On the first day after the end of his contract with Porto, Chancel Mbemba posted on social media on Friday morning suggesting he is leaving the club he has represented for the past four seasons.

“It is with great emotion that I announce the end of my contract with Porto. I have decided not to renew the contract and take on a new challenge,” wrote the defender, leaving words of gratitude:

“I want to thank the president and his entire team, coach Sergio Conceição and his technical team for believing in me, the medical team for their professionalism and all the people who work at the Olival training center. Thanks to all my teammates because we are a team and we are progressing together. We progress together and we win together. I couldn’t finish without thanking the club’s incredible supporters. Without you, nothing would be possible and there would not even be such magic! Forever I will be a Dragon! Thank you for everything, thank you Porto, thank you Portugal!”

Signed in the summer of 2018 from Newcastle, Mbemba, who turns 28 next month, is saying goodbye to Dragao after 138 games (9 goals). He helped win two national titles and two Portuguese Cups, in addition to the Supercopa Candido de Oliveira.

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BALL – Nadal reveals: “I was going to retire two weeks ago” (Tennis)



BALL - Nadal reveals: "I was going to retire two weeks ago" (Tennis)

After the victory over the Lithuanian Rikardas Berankis (6-4, 6-4, 4-6 and 6-3), Rafael Nadal, who entered the third round of Wimbledon, left an unexpected spurt. The 36-year-old Spanish tennis player explained to reporters that he was about to put an end to his career.

“Two weeks ago I was going to retire, now I don’t think so. I am not afraid of the day when I have to give up my career because I have a very happy life outside of tennis. It’s true that this sport has been an important part of me for the last 30 years, but I also have good things outside of it. When this happens, it will be a change that I will have to get used to, but at the moment it is normal to talk about the end of the career of athletes who have been at the highest level for so many years, ”he explained.

Finally, he also spoke about the caution he has shown regarding Covid-19, a situation that has already resulted in three tennis players withdrawing from the tournament.

“This is not paranoia, this is reality. My good friend had to leave, Roberto Bautista. Basically, I just stay at home and go to the tournament, which is what I have been doing for the last two years. I’m not saying it’s right because we’ll have to go back to normal, but when that might happen…”

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