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Luis Tavares, captain of the national bandy team, has passed away. I was 27 – Observer



Luis Tavares, captain of the national bandy team, has passed away.  I was 27 - Observer

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National field hockey team captain Luis Tavares passed away this Sunday. announced Ice Hockey Federation of Portugal via Facebook.

The player was 27 years old.

According to Record, citing the FPH president, Luis Tavares died in a car crash on the 25 de Abril bridge that connects Almada and Lisbon.

The accident happened overnight and, in addition to the fatal victim (who later died at the Santa Maria Hospital in Lisbon), at least four others were injured. Two were hospitalized at the São José hospital in Lisbon, and two more at the García de Orta hospital in Almada.


Luis Tavares played for Casa Pia Atlético Clube, who also left message of condolences on the same social network.

“Luis Tavares was a good guy, decent, friendly, helpful and with a lot of talent. He was a hockey champion, and most importantly in life! An example for everyone to be like in hockey and in life, ”the Portuguese Ice Hockey Federation said in a memo.

“Tavares was the captain of the national team because he was the one whose qualities and characteristics led us to better values,” he adds.

“But Luis has always been a good friend more than just the captain or one of the best Portuguese hockey players.”

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BALL – Referee known from Vizela-FC Porto (League)



BALL – Referee known from Vizela-FC Porto (League)

The Arbitration Board has published all the nominations for the 2nd round of the League, thereby making public that Fabio Verissimo (AF Leiria) for the meeting of Wiesel and FC Porto, scheduled for Sunday (18:00).

Here is the list of nominations:

Famalican-SC Braga, Friday (December 8, 20:15)
Referee: Luis Godinho
Assistants: Rui Teixeira and Joao Bessa Silva
4th referee: João Piño *
VAR: Vitor Ferreira
Avar: Luis Costa

Casa Pia – Benfica, Saturday (13/8, 18 hours)
Referee: Thiago Martins
Assistants: Andre Campos and Hugo Ribeiro
4th referee: Flavio Lima
VAR: Antonio Nobre
AVAR: Pedro Ribeiro

Sporting – Rio Avenue, Saturday (13/8, 20:30)
Referee: Manuel Motta
Assistants: Nuno Airas and Jorge Fernandes
4th referee: Anjoni Rodriguez
VAR: Andre Narciso
AVAR: Paulo Bras

Boavista – Santa Clara, Sunday (14:08, 15:30)
Referee: Helder Mallheiro
Assistants: José Lucía and Hugo Coimbra
4th referee: Joao Afonso
VAR: Rui Oliveira
AWAR: Carlos Macedo

Vizela-Porto, Sunday (14/8, 18 hours)
Referee: Fabio Verissimo
Assistants: Pedro Martins and Nuno Manso
4th referee: Joao Gonçalves
VAR: Gustavo Correia
AVAR: Inacio Pereira

V. Guimarães – Estoril, Sunday (14.08, 20:30)
Referee: Claudio Pereira
Assistants: Andre Almeida and Andre Costa
4th referee: Jose Bessa
VAR: Vasco Santos
AVAR: Joao Bessa Silva

Marine – Chavez, Monday (15.08, 15:30)
Referee: Ricardo Baicino
Assistants: Rui Cidade and José Mira
4th referee: Pedro Ramalho
VAR: Luis Ferreira
AVAR: Helder Carvalho

Aroca Gil Vicente, Monday (15/8, 18 hours)
Referee: Nuno Almeida
Assistants: Pedro Felisberto and Nuno Pires
4th referee: Diogo Rosa
VAR: Rui Costa
AVAR: Thiago Costa

Pacos de Ferreira Portimonense, Monday (15:08, 20:30)
Referee: Joao Pineiro
Assistants: Bruno Jesus and Luciano Maia
4th referee: Carlos Macedo
VAR: Hugo Miguel
AWAR: Vasco Marquez

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Feyenoord coach says Orsnes deal stalled: ‘Benfica was here but no deal’ – Benfica



Feyenoord coach says Orsnes deal stalled: 'Benfica was here but no deal' - Benfica

Arne Sloth emphasizes that the club does not need to sell and prefers that the Eagles do not return to charging.

Feyenoord coach Arne Sloot explained that talks with Benfica about Fredrik Orsnes have stalled and that the midfielder is not close to leaving. The coach also assured that there was no need for the club to sell the midfielder. “Now the situation is calm. Orsnes is not close to leaving. The clubs are not negotiating. Benfica were here, but it did not lead to an agreement. After that, there were no more negotiations,” the Dutchman emphasized in the preview. for the game against Heerenveen. As Record reported, the Eagles sporting director Rui Pedro Braz was in the Netherlands and made a €10 million offer. But now the coach prefers that Benfica not return to the attack.

“There is nothing more volatile than football, but I prefer that they [os outros clubes] don’t come here anymore,” he reminded, hinting at the club’s lack of need to sell players.

The manager left another warning after seeing Marcos Senesi miss Feyenoord hours before the game against Vitesse and travel to Bournemouth. “If the club is interested in our players, it can only lead to something at the beginning of the week. Clubs can call on Mondays and Tuesdays, but never again on Thursdays and Fridays.”

Rafael Soares


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PSG threaten to send seven ‘undesirable’ players to the fifth division



PSG threaten to send seven 'undesirable' players to the fifth division

Alexander Dionisio

Names don’t count for Christophe Galtier and they will have to find a new club before the market closes.

PSG still have a few names in their ranks who are not considered by manager Christophe Galtier and have therefore been instructed that they will have to look for a new club.

As the summer market draws to a close, L’Équipe reports this Friday that the French champions have threatened to place seven “undesirable” players in the club’s division that plays in the French fifth division.

Among these seven names are Ander Herrera, Layvin Kurzawa, Julian Draxler, Rafinha, Thilo Kehrer, Idrissa Guie and Mauro Icardi.

There are also two youngsters, Édouard Mishu and Eric Junior Dina-Ebimbe, who escaped threats from the club but were also informed that they were not part of the French coach’s plans.

Given the threat, Luis Campos, football adviser to the Parisian emblem, intends to expedite the departure of some of these players who have been training separately from the rest of the first team.

However, it is more likely that, even if some of these names do not find a new assignment before the end of the month, they will later be reintegrated into the PSG main squad.

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