French MF suffering from ‘depression’ contemplates suicide, is brought to safety…club asks for “respect for his privacy”

OGC Nice midfielder Alexis Beka Beka made a suicide threat, but was rescued to safety. His club, Nice, released a statement asking for the player’s privacy to be respected.

Becca Becca is a French midfielder. As a youngster, he played both right-back and center-back, and as a professional, he played several positions, including defensive midfielder and central midfielder. He is an energetic and hardworking player who runs around the midfield and takes the pressure off the backline with his proactive defensive contributions.

After coming through the youth ranks at SM Caen, Becca made her senior debut in the 2019-20 season. She established herself as a regular in 2020-21, scoring one goal in 27 appearances, including a cup run, before moving to Lokomotiv Moscow in the Russian League in 2021-22. There, he scored four assists in 28 games, including a cup, before returning to France for the 2022-23 season 토토사이트.

Life back in France was a bit of a struggle. He was given some playing time at the beginning of the season, but lost his place in the middle of it. Luckily, he was able to increase his minutes once again at the end of the season, but his overall tally was 1 goal in 22 games, including cup competitions. Not good enough at all. He didn’t even reach 700 minutes of playing time.

Beka Beka has yet to make an appearance this season. Recently, there was an unfortunate incident surrounding him. According to Spanish outlet Marca, Beca made a suicide threat on Monday (June 29), saying that he wanted to jump off a highway bridge in Nice, France. Psychologists from the club were on the scene and negotiated with her to bring her down safely. Paramedics, firefighters, and soldiers were also reportedly present in case of an emergency. According to the media, Becca Becca’s reason for doing this was a breakup with her boyfriend.

Luckily, Becca Becca was rescued to safety. Afterward, Nice released an official statement saying, “We are happy that everything surrounding Becca Becca has come to an end safely. The matter has been resolved. We will respect medical confidentiality and ask everyone to respect the athlete’s privacy.”

“Nice and Becca Becca’s representatives had been monitoring his mental situation for weeks, and he had recently tried to end his life due to depression,” French outlet Foot Mercato reported.

‘Tactical Pocket’ Postecoglou, “The best thing about Tottenham facilities is the restaurant. I love it!”

“I don’t want to run, it’s hard”.

Tottenham will face Liverpool in the seventh round of the 2023-2024 Premier League on October 1 (ET) at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England.

Spurs are in fourth place with 14 points after four wins and two draws, while Liverpool are in second place with 16 points after five wins and one draw.

Tottenham’s early season form is very good. After starting the season with a 2-2 draw against Brentford, Spurs went on a four-game winning streak, defeating Manchester United, Bournemouth, Burnley, and Sheffield United.

Notably, Spurs rallied from 0-1 down against Sheffield United before stoppage time to pull off a miraculous two-goal comeback. In the North London derby against a fearsome Arsenal side, they earned a point in a 2-2 draw thanks to a big performance from Son Heung-min.

Liverpool are also in good spirits. Since drawing 1-1 with Chelsea on the opening day, the Reds have won every game. It’s five straight wins in the PL and a 3-1 come-from-behind victory over LASK Linz in the UEFA Europa League. 토토사이트

In the English Football League Cup (EFL Cup), they also came from behind to win 3-1 against Leicester City to reach the round of 16.

Both teams are in good form, but Liverpool has the head-to-head advantage. Since 2013, Tottenham have only won one official match against Liverpool. That victory came in October 2017.

Still, this is a different Spurs team under Enze Postecoglou, so we’re expecting some results. In fact, Postecoglou has proven his mettle in recent games, most recently earning a 2-2 draw against a struggling Arsenal side.

In an interview with Tottenham’s official channel ahead of the Liverpool game, Postecoglou expressed his satisfaction with life in London. He praised the club’s stadium and training facilities, which are among the most modern of any club in the world. He highlighted the cafeteria at the training center.

Postecoglou, who is affectionately joked about by Tottenham fans as having a tactical pocket due to his bulging physique, said, “The facilities at Tottenham are absolutely perfect. The best is the cafeteria,” he says, adding, “I love it. In fact, I think I use it too often,” he said with satisfaction.

It may seem unimaginable now, but Postecoglou, who played four caps for the Australian national team as a defender, says: “My least favorite thing about my playing days was running. I know you’re not supposed to hate it as a soccer player, but I don’t know what the point of running is.” “I tell my players the same thing. “I tell my players the same thing: don’t run because it’s running or soccer or whatever,” he said, revealing another tactical pocket trick.

‘World No. 1s’ Shin Yubin and Jeon Jeon-hee show off their strength to defeat Chinese Taipei and reach women’s doubles quarterfinals

South Korean women’s table tennis duo Shin Yubin and Jeon Jeon-hee continued their quest for gold at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games. They rode the momentum of their quarterfinal victory over North Korea into the semifinals with a win over Chinese Taipei.

World No. 1 Hsin Yubin-Chun-Hee defeated 21st-ranked Chinese Taipei’s Hsieh Huang-Yi Hua by a game score of 3-1 (9-11 11-6 11-6 11-4) in the quarterfinals of the Women’s Table Tennis Doubles at the Hangzhou Asian Games at the Gung Shu Canal Sports Park (GSP Gymnasium) in Hangzhou, China on Tuesday.

The pair were runners-up in the women’s doubles event at the Individual World Championships in Durban, South Africa, in May. They are currently ranked No. 1 in the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) women’s doubles world rankings, making them one of the favorites to win gold at the Hangzhou Asian Games.

Her start to the Hangzhou Asian Games has been smooth. In their women’s doubles round of 16 match against North Korea on Sept. 29, they defeated Kim Geum-yong and Byun Song-kyong 3-1 (11-4 5-11 11-9 12-10) in straight games, showing off their superior skills and securing a comfortable victory amidst all the attention on the North-South clash.

However, the quarterfinals got off to a bad start. In the first game, they unexpectedly struggled against the pair of Jeon Zu Yeowoo and Hwang Yi Hwa. They lost the first game 9-11, handing the early momentum to the Taiwanese. A series of unforced errors from Shin Yubin-Jeon-Hee ended the bad start, as the Chinese pair’s firepower was better than expected.

However, the duo fought back in game two and overwhelmed the pair as if they were completely unleashed. From 7-6, they quickly extended their lead to 11-6 with a series of successful attacks to level the game at 1-1.

Game 3 was a back-and-forth battle. Shin Yubin-Jeonhee were down 4-6 after an early attack error, but they didn’t waver. With a calm game management, they gradually regained the initiative and tied the game at 6-6.

With momentum on their side, Shin Yubin-Jeon Hee unleashed a relentless onslaught. Jeon Zu Yeowoo and Hwang Yi Hwa seemed to be flustered by the Korean offense and made mistake after mistake. After the third game, Shin Yubin-Jeon Hee took an 11-6 lead and solidified their victory.

Game 4 was dominated by the pair. With a brilliant attack that completely broke the will of the Chinese Taipei team to catch up, they sealed the match with an 11-4 victory 메이저사이트.

Earlier in the day, in the women’s singles quarterfinals, Hsin Yubin secured a bronze medal with a 4-1 (6-11 11-9 11-7 11-7 11-3) upset victory over world No. 48 Chun Zhih-Yu in the women’s doubles quarterfinals, extending her medal tally at the Games to four.

Shin won bronze medals in the women’s team event and mixed doubles at the Hangzhou Asian Games. She will challenge for gold in the women’s singles semifinals if she can get past world number one Sun Yingxia of China.

Korean table tennis hasn’t won a gold medal at the Summer Asian Games since Lee Chul-seung-Seung-min in men’s doubles and Lee Eun-sil-Seok-mi in women’s doubles at Busan 2002. Doha 2006, Guangzhou 2010, Incheon 2014, and Jakarta-Palembang 2018 have been dominated by China.

The world No. 1 pair of Shin Yoo-bin and Jeon Jeon-hee will be hoping to give Korean table tennis its first gold medal in 21 years at the Hangzhou Asian Games.

Russell, who fell out of favor, is Lakers’ starting PG…”Everybody is behind it”

D’Angelo Russell (193 cm, G) is head coach Darvin Hamm’s choice.

“Our starting point guard for the upcoming season is Russell,” Hamm told local media on Monday. I think he can have an outstanding season.”

Drafted by the Lakers with the second overall pick in the first round of the 2015 NBA Draft, Russell spent time with the Brooklyn Nets, Golden State Warriors, and Minnesota Timberwolves before returning to the Lakers midway through last season.

Since joining the team, Russell has averaged 17.4 points, 6.1 assists and 3 rebounds per game. At the time, the Lakers were without Russell Westbrook (Clippers), who was in the midst of a major slump, so Russell’s presence was even more noticeable.

But that was it. They couldn’t overturn their reputation for being weak on the big stage. Especially in the Conference Finals against the Denver Nuggets, Russell averaged just 6.3 points and 3.5 assists and watched his team get swept.

After the season, Russell became a free agent and didn’t receive much interest, eventually re-signing with the Lakers for two years and $37 million with a significant pay cut.

At the same time, the Lakers signed Gabe Vincent, who was part of the Miami Heat’s 8-seed miracle, for three years and $33 million. Vincent can also play point guard, making him an overlapping resource with Russell.

Coach Hamm’s choice was Russell. “I’ll tell you one thing. Russell is our starting point guard. I’m going to give him help. Russell is a very intelligent player, and I believe in him. The whole team supports him. He’s one of those players who can have a great season,” he said.

Meanwhile, local media reported that “the Lakers have settled on a starting lineup of Russell, Austin Reeves, LeBron James, and Anthony Davis.” It’s expected to be an intense training camp for the one remaining spot 레고토토.

World No. 1 Shin Yubin-Jeon Hee advance to quarterfinals with 3-1 win in North-South clash

World No. 1 pair Shin Yoo-bin (Korean Air) and Jeon Jeon-hee (Mirae Asset Securities) defeated North Korea to advance to the quarterfinals.

The pair defeated Kim Geum Yong and Byon Song Kyong (DPRK) 3-1 (11-4, 5-11, 11-9, 12-10) in the Women’s Table Tennis Doubles Round of 16 at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games (AG) on Monday at the Hangzhou Gungsu Canal Sports Park Gymnasium.

The pair of Shin Yoo-bin and Jeon Jeon-hee dropped the second set against the unheralded Kim Geum-yong and Byun Song-young, but bounced back to win a close third set. The Koreans fell behind 4-7 midway through the set, but battled back to 9-8. They then took the third set 11-9 to set the tone. The fourth set was also a close one, with the Koreans winning 12-10 after a deuce.

Earlier in the day, Shin Yubin advanced to the quarterfinals of the women’s table tennis singles with a 4-0 (11-7, 11-9, 11-5, 11-2) victory over world No. 70 Zheng Jian (Singapore). “There were a lot of frustrating things in the team event. I was under a lot of pressure and I was thinking about what was wrong and what I needed to work on. Thanks to that, I played well today and I feel good.”

Shin Yubin, who was competing in her first Asian Games, shook her head at the earlier women’s team event. In the semifinals against Japan on Aug. 25, she lost both her first and fourth singles matches. The team failed to reach the final with a 1-3 match score. A day earlier, in the quarterfinals against Hong Kong, she played first singles and lost 1-3 to Du Hoi Kem (ranked 32nd).

“I won my first Asian Games medal (third place) with my sisters, but there are so many disappointments,” said Shin Yubin after her quarterfinal exit in the team event on Friday. “It seems that my opponents keep playing almost the same as me (through analysis), and I need to work on those problems and play a good game,” she said. “I need to put my thoughts down and organize myself again,” he said. There was no sign of his usual sunny, confident demeanor. His face was somber, and he seemed to be barely holding back tears.

The support of his family and coworkers rejuvenated him. “I got calls from people saying, ‘Congratulations on your first Asian Games medal,'” Shin said. When I got back to the athletes’ village, I was like, ‘Wow, this is my Asian Games medal’. Even my older sisters, who don’t compete, always support me and take care of me. They suffer more than me, so I’m grateful.” 굿모닝토토

Shin will play her mixed doubles semifinal at 8:55 p.m. against Lim Jong-hoon (Korea Exchange). They are ranked third in the world in mixed doubles.

“I take the first car out and the last car in,” Shin said, laughing, “but I don’t have any physical problems playing three matches a day.”

His opponent for the singles quarterfinals on the 30th will be world number 48 Chen Hsiu-yu (Chinese Taipei). “Please give me a lot of support,” he said.

“San Diego interested in Lee Jeong-hoo…He’s Kim’s best friend, so he has an advantage” AVG 0.196 ‘Not a dream’ for center fielder

“I was teammates with Ha-Sung Kim, so I have a little bit of an advantage.”

With Major League Baseball’s 2023-2024 free agency just over a month away, interest in international free agency is slowly picking up. The big three in Asia remain Yoshinobu Yamamoto (Orix Buffaloes), Shota Imanaga (Yokohama DeNA Basestars), and Lee Jung-hoo (Kiwoom Heroes).

Yamamoto, in particular, was initially expected to receive a $100 million-plus contract. He hasn’t been without talk of a $100 million contract, but it hasn’t been easy for him since his ankle ligament injury in late July. Still, he is considered a major free agent for teams in need of an outfielder.

Coincidentally, the upcoming free agency market is for pitchers. There aren’t many outfielders for sale, so Lee could be a bargain. The San Francisco Giants expressed interest in Lee early on, sending representatives to Arizona’s spring training camp almost every day in February. They even showed up to a game against the Gwangju KIA on June 27. While a visit to the Gocheok Dome is no longer news, the fact that they showed up to a local game made quite a splash.

CBS Sports introduced Lee on June 29 (KST). “He hasn’t played since fracturing his ankle in July. His father was a KBO MVP winner, and Lee was nicknamed ‘the grandson of the wind,'” the report said. “It remains to be seen how this ankle fracture will affect him.”

CBS Sports was pretty blunt in its assessment. “So far, he’s been considered a plus runner and defender. Those attributes are important because there is always skepticism about how KBO hitters will adjust to the major leagues. At the very least, he needs time to adjust to the new environment.” 토토사이트

Kim Ha-seong alone ended up taking more than a year to adjust to the major leagues. The difference in level is obvious, and that’s something to accept. According to CBS Sports, “For the fifth straight year, Lee has drawn more walks than strikeouts. He has a 9 percent swinging strike rate this season, including 3 percent on fastballs. Home runs have rarely been a part of his offense, but he has the ability to hit them.”

The Giants were the first team to make a move for Lee. “The Giants have been scouting Lee extensively. It’s clear they need a center fielder.” They also briefly mentioned the Kim Ha-Sung connection. “San Diego is also interested. He was teammates with Kim, so he has a little bit of an advantage.”

In fact, it’s only natural that San Diego would be interested in Lee. The Padres boast a star-studded lineup, but their center field is lacking. Jose Azocar is hitting .230 lately, and Trent Grisham is hitting .196 in 150 games. Compared to left fielder Juan Soto and right fielder Fernando Tatis Jr, the center outfield is anemic.

Munich’s top talent confesses to Kim Min-jae…”I love Kim Min-jae”

Jamal Moussaoui talks about Kim Min-Jae.

Moussaoui is arguably Bayern Munich’s best talent right now. Born in 2003, he’s only 20 years old, but he’s already a regular starter for the Bavarians and is considered a key resource for the German national team at a young age. Immediately, he made his debut for Germany at last year’s FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar, where he was a standout performer. Although Germany ended their World Cup campaign in the group stages, it was clear that Moussaoui is one of the most promising players on the national team and can perform on the big stage.

Recently, Moussaoui was interviewed by German publication Sport Bild alongside German legend Lothar Matthäus. In the interview, Musial was asked about his goals, motivation, coach Hanji Flick, UEFA Euro 2024 in Germany next year, and more. One of the questions he was asked was about Harry Kane and Kim Min-Jae, who joined Munich in the summer transfer window before the season 스포츠토토.

“I have a good relationship with all the players since I played at Munich. We are a team and there is a feeling of a big family. It’s easy to get to know all the players, and that’s a good thing,” he said, adding that the atmosphere in Munich is good right now.

“If you ask me specifically, I will answer. I love Kim, he’s the best. Kane is also a good guy. Kane is a player who can motivate us, who can take us to the next level. The more games we play together, the better we will understand each other, and we can be stronger.”

It’s clear from Mourinho’s interview that Kim is fitting in well with the team, both externally and internally. Since joining Munich in the summer transfer window, Kim has earned the trust of head coach Thomas Tuchel and has been a regular starter. Since the start of the season, he has been anchoring Munich’s defense alongside Dayo Upamecano and, more recently, Matthijs de Ligt. Judging by his response, it’s safe to say that Kim is not only doing well on the pitch, but is also making his mark in the locker room.

One step to gold!…Director Kim Jong-kyun, “I want to make the fans smile”

South Korea’s LoL head coach Kim Jung-gyun has spoken about his team’s determination to win gold.

South Korea defeated China 2-0 in their League of Legends quarterfinal match at the Hangzhou 2022 Asian Games on Monday at the Hangzhou Esports Center Main Stadium in Hangzhou, China. South Korea’s head coach Kim Jung-gyun was all smiles as he entered the mix zone. The win over China seemed to take the pressure off of him.

“The Asian Games were postponed from last year, and it was very hard to prepare for it, but I’m glad we beat China in the quarterfinals,” Kim said of the victory 스포츠토토. However, he added, “It’s not over yet, so we need to prepare well until we win. There are cases where you can beat a strong team and lose the next game, so we need to prepare well until the end,” he concluded.

With the win over China, South Korea is one step closer to the gold medal, especially since their opponent in the final is a team they have beaten in the trials. But Kim is wary of the euphoria. “You can’t let your guard down and slip when you think you’ve already beaten them,” he said. “I think we’ve practiced everything for a month, so we just need to set our direction tomorrow and prepare well, and I think we’ll have a good result,” he added.

The gold medal is now just one step away. The Korean national LoL team will play the final match tomorrow at 7 p.m. local time. “We want to win the gold medal and make our fans smile for at least one game tomorrow,” Kim said.

Finally, he showed respect for the Chinese team he played against. Although he added that he could only say that because they were the winners, Kim was sincere: “I could see that they practiced a lot and put in a lot of effort while playing. I want to tell them that they worked so hard to prepare,” he said.

“Don’t cry” AG’s third straight defeat frustrates Idabin, but silver medal still well deserved

Lee Da-bin (27-Seoul City Hall), the “poster child of Korean women’s taekwondo,” shed tears as she fell short of making history.

Lee lost to China’s Zhou Zhiqi in the women’s 67kg super-superior final by a round-robin score of 1-2 (9-8 2-9 8-21) on Sunday at the Olympic Taekwondo Competition at the Lin’an Sports and Cultural Center in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China. Lee won her first gold medal as a high school student at the 2014 Incheon Games, competing in the under-67kg category, and then moved up to the 67kg super-supers at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, where she won another gold medal. In Hangzhou, he attempted to become the first Korean taekwondo athlete to win three consecutive Asian Games titles, but had to settle for silver after losing in the final.

Lee Da-bin is the face of women’s taekwondo in South Korea 무지개토토. She started competing in the first grade at Okdong Middle School. Her motivation is interesting. Her best friend was a taekwondo player and she didn’t want to be left out, so she joined the team. In fact, he wanted to play soccer, but the soccer team required him to live in a dormitory, which is why he joined the taekwondo team, which doesn’t have a dormitory. Her friend who introduced her to taekwondo quit early on because she didn’t fit in, but she decided to give it one more try.

Idabin started to get noticed in her freshman year at Hyojeong High School. She consistently placed first in national competitions and won a gold medal at the 2013 Junior Asian Championships. But there was a barrier to her senior year. The glory of her junior years turned toxic. “I was under a lot of pressure to win first place, and then my coach told me, ‘It’s not important to be the best, it’s important to strive to be the best,'” says Idabin. “I took that to heart and started competing. It felt like a step up,” she said. Her older sisters joined her in the fight.

In Incheon, where she was selected to compete for the national team for the first time as a high school student, she was unafraid to showcase her skills, winning a gold medal. He went on to win titles at the 2016 Asian Championships and 2017 Universiade, before stepping up his game at the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games to take home another gold medal. He went on to win gold at the 2018 World Grand Prix and the 2019 World Championships, before setting his sights on the final piece of the puzzle: the Tokyo Olympics.

In the semifinals of the event, Idabin fought back from 0.1 seconds down against then world number one Bianca Walkden (GBR) to reach the final. However, she lost to Milica Mandic (Serbia) in the final 7-10. Idabin showed her mature side by smiling and giving a thumbs up to Mandic, who won the gold medal after a disappointing silver. It earned him the nickname “Thumbs Up. Lee’s silver medal was the biggest win for Korean taekwondo in Tokyo.

It went downhill from there. Taekwondo peaks around the age of 25. Now an elder statesman, Idabin has been plagued by injuries and poor performances. He was knocked out in the round of 16 at the Baku World Championships and the Rome Grand Prix last month. Idabin once again filled in the gaps ahead of the Asian Games. While his style of taekwondo may not be the breathless, hard-hitting style of his former nickname, “Piter,” he used his wealth of experience and game management to challenge for a third straight title.

But it was not to be. “I’m very disappointed. I think I played a good game against a strong opponent, but there are a lot of things that I’m disappointed with,” she said, “so I’m very frustrated and uncomfortable with myself.” “My opponent fought well, too,” said Idabin, fighting back tears, “I just need to do better, and I think I lost because I didn’t do that. I need to work on that,” he lamented. “I’ve been preparing the best I can because I’ve been injured,” said Idabin. I think my opponent analysis was really good,” he said, “In the first round, I did the opposite of my usual stance and pressured him. I tried to attack with my fists and get in close to score points and take the initiative, and it worked.”

Idabin will now set her sights on Yoo Jong-mi at the Paris Olympics. He will attempt to make history by winning another ‘grand slam’. His era is far from over.

‘Carrot and stick at the same time’ Ten Haag “Why didn’t you play him, he’s been bad!”

Manager Eric ten Hagg explained Alejandro Garnacho.

Manchester United defeated Crystal Palace 3-0 in the third round (Round of 32) of the 2023-24 English Football League Cup (EFL Cup) at Old Trafford in Manchester, England, on Sunday at 4:00 a.m. ET. With the win, United advanced to the fourth round (Round of 16).

Last season, United finally broke out of the relegation zone by winning the EFL Cup. After a tumultuous start to the season, both on and off the field, the Red Devils welcomed Palace to their home turf.

Van Gaal rotated his side in a 4-2-3-1 formation. Anthony Martial was in charge up top. Garnacho, Hannibal Mebry, and Facundo Pellistri provided support in the second line. Mason Mount and Casemiro were in the midfield. The back four consisted of Sophien Amrabat, Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane, and Diogo Dalot. Andre Onana was in goal.

It was a perfect win. In the 21st minute, Dalot overlapped into the danger area and was played a pellicle pass. His cutback to the center was slotted home by Garnacho to split the net. It was a calmly executed goal as the opposition defense and contested possession threw them off balance.

The gap widened. A corner kick in the 27th minute. A Mount cross was headed sharply into the box. With a no-mark opportunity, Kasemiru scored with a deflected header. The second half was more of the same. In the 10th minute of the second half, a Casemiro cross was headed in by Martial to complete the rout. For the rest of the game, United held on to their lead and won 토토사이트.

After the game, Van Gaal spoke about Garnacho. According to global media outlet ESPN, “Van Gaal said the midfielder had not played well enough after the first two games of the season. He scored today after being left out of the starting lineup for five straight games.”

According to the outlet, Ten Haag said: “At the beginning of the season, Garnacho was not good enough. He can be a threat even when he’s not playing well. He needs to learn his role in the defense,” he said. “I want to see more performances like today, it’s very normal to have room for improvement. Everyone likes Garnacho and I like him too. He can play at a very high level and he needs to show it every day.”