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2020.09.20 23:36 Punjavepoonpoon Americans Playing abroad today: 9/19-20/20

September 19th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
La Liga (Spain)
Yunus Musah (Valencia CF) Started at RM and played 84‘ in a 2-1 Loss against Celta Vigo (6.2/6.32) 21/27 passing, 2 crosses, 1/1 accurate long balls, 39 touches, 5/11 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles, 1 time dispossessed, 2 fouls, 3/4 successful tackles, 0/1 aerials won, 4 recoveries Match Highlights

Segunda Division
Shaq Moore (CD Tenerife) Started at RB and went the full 90‘ in a 2-0 Win against Alcorcon (6.0/-) 11/22 passing, 3 crosses, 1/5 accurate long balls. 0/1 accurate long ball, 42 touches, 7/8 duels won, 2 times fouled, 1/1 successful tackles, 4/5 aerials won, 5 recoveries Match Highlights
Samuel Shashoua (CD Tenerife) Subbed on in the 86th‘ in a 2-0 Win against Alcorcon (-/-) 0/2 passing, 1 cross, 0/1 accurate long ball, 3 touches, 1 recovery

Championship (English 2nd Division)
Bradley Johnson (Blackburn Rovers) Started at CM and went the full 90‘ in a 5-0 Win against Wycombe (7.9/8.61) 1/2 shots on target, 55/67 passing, 1 cross, 2/6 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 92 touches, 13/21 duels won, 2 clearances, 2/2 successful dribbles, 2 times fouled, 4 fouls, 2/5 successful tackles, 5/9 duels won, 2 interceptions, 7 recoveries Match Highlights
Alex Mighten (Nottingham Forest) Subbed on in the 81st‘ in a 2-0 Loss against Cardiff City (-/6.15) 0/1 shots on target, 3/3 passing, 3 crosses, 9 touches, 1/1 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles Match Highlights

League 1
Niall Mason (Peterborough United) Subbed on in the 77th‘ in a 2-1 Win against Fleetwood Town. Assisted on the game tying goal in the 91st’ (7.1/6.84) 11/15 passing, 1 cross, 0/3 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 22 touches, 1/1 duels won, 1/1 aerials won Match Highlights
Lynden Gooch (Sunderland AFC) Subbed on in the 77th‘ in a 2-0 Win against Oxford United. Scored the teams 2nd goal in the 82nd’ (6.9/7.32) 2/2 shots on target, 3/5 passing, 1 cross, 0/1 accurate long ball, 12 touches, 1/7 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles, 2 times dispossessed, 1 foul, 0/3 aerials won, 2 recoveries Match Highlights
Indiana Vassilev (Burton Albion on loan from Aston Villa) Subbed on in the 61st‘ in a 2-1 Win against Accrington Stanley (6.3/6.20) 5/6 passing, 0/1 accurate long ball. 10 touches, 2/3 duels won, 1 time fouled, 1/1 successful tackles, 0/1 aerials won, 2 recoveries Match Highlights
Marlon Fossey (Shrewsbury Town on loan from Fulham) Started at RB and played 84‘ in a 2-1 Loss against Northampton Town (6.3/6.56) 22/35 passing, 1 cross, 4/6 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 54 touches, 7/11 duels won, 2 clearances, 1 time dispossessed, 2/2 successful tackles, 5/8 aerials won, 1 interception Match Highlights

League 2
Charlie Kelman (Southend United) Started at ST and played 70’ in a 2-0 Loss against Carlisle United (6.1/6.14) 6/11 passing, 1 key pss, 15 touches, 1/5 duels won, 1 clearance, 1/1 successful dribbles, 1 foul, 0/3 aerials won, 1 recovery Match Highlights

Bundesliga (Germany)
Giovanni Reyna (Borussia Dortmund) Started at CAM and played 77‘ in a 3-0 Win against Borussia Monchengladbach. Scored his first Bundesliga goal and the game winner in the 35th’ as well as drawing a penalty leading to the 2nd goal (7.7/7.85) 1/1 shots on target, 30/30 passing, 2 crosses, 1/1 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 43 touches, 3/9 duels won, 0/1 successful dribbles, 3 times dispossessed, 3 times fouled, 1 foul, 2 recoveries Match Highlights Personal Highlights
Timothy Chandler (Eintracht Frankfurt) Subbed on in the 87th‘ in a 1-1 draw with Arminia Bielefeld (-/6.12) 2/3 passing, 1 cross, 8 touches, 1/1 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles Match Highlights
Josh Sargent (SV Werder Bremen) Started at LAM and went the full 90’ in a - against Hertha Berlin (6.0/6.24) 1/1 shots on target, 0/1 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 33 touches, 4/10 duels won, 1 clearance, 2 times dispossessed, 1 time fouled, 1 foul, 1/2 successful tackles,1/4 aerials won, 1 interception, 4 recoveries Match Highlights

3. Liga
Chris Richards (FC Bayern Munich II) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 2-2 draw with Turkgucu Munich. Picked up a yellow in the 84th’ (-/-) 1st Half 2nd Half Match Highlights
Malik Tillman (FC Bayern Munich II) Started at LST and went the full 90’ in a 2-2 draw with Turkgucu Munich (-/-)
Ryan Malone (VfB Lubeck) Started at RCB and went the full 90’ in a 1-1 draw with Saarbrucken (-/-) Match Highlights
Maurice Malone (SV Wehen Wiesbaden on loan from FC Augsburg) Subbed on in the 85th‘ in a 0-0 draw with SC Verl (-/-) Match Highlights

Ligue 2 (French 2nd Division)
Nicholas Gioacchini (SM Caen) Started at RW and played 46‘ in a 0-0 draw with Chambly (5.9/-) 14/16 passing, 1 cross, 28 touches, 5/12 duels won, 1 clearance, 1 time dispossessed, 2 times fouled, 0/1 successful tackles, 2/5 aerials won, 2 recoveries

Liga NOS (Portugal)
Reggie Cannon (Boavista FC) Started at RB and went the full 90‘ in a 3-3 draw with Nacional (5.6/6.18) 23/24 passing, 2 crosses, 40 touches, 4/8 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles, 2 times fouled, 2 fouls, 1/1 successful tackles, 0/2 aerials won, 2 recoveries Match Highlights Personal Highlights

Jupiler Pro League (Belgium)
Joseph Efford (Waasland-Beveren) Started at LM and went the full 90‘ in a 4-2 Loss against Anderlecht. Assisted on the teams 1st goal in the 64th’ (6.8/6.98) 0/1 shots on target 10/11 passing, 3 crosses, 2 key passes, 27 touches, 4/11 duels won, 3 times dispossessed, 3 fouls, 2/3 successful tackles, 1/2 aerials won, 3 recoveries

Eredivisie (Netherlands)
Desevio Payne (FC Emmen) Subbed on in the 89th‘ in a 2-1 Loss against PSV (-/5.99) 1/1 passing, 4 touches, 0/1 duels won, 2 clearances, 0/1 aerials won, 1 recovery Match Highlights

Super Lig (Turkey)
Tyler Boyd (Besiktas JK) Started at LM and went the full 90‘ in a 1-1 draw with Antalyaspor. Picked up a yellow in the 62nd’ (6.6/6.70) 0/1 shots on target, 22/27 passing, 4 crosses, 2 key passes, 53 touches, 8/21 duels won, 4/7 successful dribbles, 2 times fouled, 6 fouls, 1/2 successful tackles, 02 aerials won, 4 recoveries Match Highlights

Premier League (Scotland)
Scott Pittman (Livingston FC) Started at RST and went the full 90‘ in a 3-2 Loss against Celtic (-/6.68) Match Highlights
Ian Harkes (Dundee United FC) Started at LCM and went the full 90‘ in a 2-1 Win against St. Mirren (-/6.88) Match Highlights
Danny Rogers (Kilmarnock FC) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Win against Hamilton Academical (-/6.90) Match Highlights

Super League 1 (Greece)
Gboly Ariyibi (Panetolikos GFS) Subbed on in the 81st‘ in a 2-0 Loss against AEK Athens (-/-) Match Highlights

Protathlima Cyta (Cyprus)
Mukwelle Akale (Pafos FC) Subbed on in the 54th‘ in a 2-2 draw with Ethnikos Achnas (-/-) Match Highlights

Super League (Switzerland)
Jordan Siebatcheu (BSC Young Boys on loan from Stade Rennais FC) Subbed on in the 89th‘ in a 2-1 Win against FC Zurich (-/-) 1/2 passing, 4 touches, 0/2 duels won, 0/2 aerials won Match Highlights

Challenge League
Ilan Sauter (FC Wil 1900 on loan from FC Zurich) Started at CB and went the full 90‘ in a 3-1 Win against FC Aarau (-/-) Match Highlights
Noah Jones (FC Wil 1900) Subbed on in the 70th‘ in a 3-1 Win against FC Aarau (-/-)

Eliteserien (Norway)
Henry Wingo (Molde FK) Subbed on in the 51st‘ in a 2-1 Loss against Valerenga. Scored the lone goal in the 90th’ (7.1/-) 1/1 shots on target, 15/17 passing, 1 cross, 0/1 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 22 touches, 0/1 duels won, 0/1 aerials won, 2 recoveries Match Highlights

Ekstraklasa (Poland)
Kenny Saief (Lechia Gdańsk) Started at CAM and played 75‘ in a 4-2 Win against Stal Mielec. Picked up a yellow in the 46th’ (-/-) Match Highlights

Fortuna Liga (Slovakia)
Eduvie Ikoba (AS Trencin) Subbed on in the 70th‘ in a 3-2 Win against Nitra (-/-) Match Highlights

Veikkausliiga (Finland)
Jacob Bushue (FC Haka) Started at LCM and went the full 90’ in a 1-1 draw with Ilves. Picked up a yellow in the 80th’ (-/-) Match Highlights

South America
Serie A (Brazil)
Johnny (Sport Club Internacional) Started at CAM and played 46‘ in a - against Fortaleza (6.7/6.86) 1/1 shots on target, 12/14 passing, 1 key pass, 22 touches, 5/9 duels won, 1/2 successful dribbles, 0/1 successful tackles, 3/6 aerials won, 1 interception, 2 recoveries Match Highlights

Liga 1 (Peru)
Ernest Nungaray (Carlos A. mannucci) Subbed on in the 68th‘ in a 1-0 Win against Deportivo Municipal (-/-) Match Highlights

September 20th
Europe (Rating per FotMob/whoscored if provided)
Bundesliga (Germany)
Tyler Adams (RB Leipzig) Started at RCM and went the full 90’ in a 3-1 Win against Mainz 05 (6.9/6.80) 80/84 passing, 4/4 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 93 touches, 4/9 duels won, 2 times dispossessed, 1 foul, 1/3 successful tackles, 0/1 aerials won, 8 recoveries Match Highlights
John Anthony Brooks (VfL Wolfsburg) Started at LCB and went the full 90‘ in a 0-0 draw with Bayer Leverkusen (6.7/6.71) 0/1 shots on target, 41/54 passing, 7/13 accurate long balls, 65 touches, 2/5 duels won, 3 clearances, 1 foul, 0/1 successful tackles, 1/2 aerials won, 3 interception, 8 recoveries Match Highlights

2. Bundesliga
Julian Green (SpVgg Greuther Furth) Started at LW and went the full 90’ in a 1-1 draw with VfL Osnabruck. Won player of the match on Whoscored (7.4/7.78) 1/3 shots on target, 30/34 passing, 8 crosses, 7/8 accurate long balls, 5 key passes, 60 touches, 5/14 duels won, 1 clearance, 1/4 successful dribbles, 1 time dispossessed, 1 time fouled, 2 fouls, 0/2 successful tackles, 1/4 aerials won, 2 interceptions, 6 recoveries Match Highlights
Marc Heider (VfL Osnabruck) Subbed on in the 45th‘ in a 1-1 draw with Greuther Furth. Picked up a yellow in the 93rd’ (6.3/6.51) 1/1 shots on target, 9/15 passing, 1 key pass, 22 touches, 5/14 duels won, 2 clearances, 1 time fouled, 5 fouls, 4/9 aerials won

3. Liga
Justin Butler (FC Ingolstadt) Subbed on in the 80th‘ in a 2-1 Win against KFC Uerdingen (-/-) Match Highlights
Terrence Boyd (Hallescher FC) Started at ST and went the full 90’ in a 2-0 Win against Magdeburg (-/-) Match Highlights

Serie A (Italy)
Weston Mckennie (Juventus FC on loan from FC Schalke 04) Started at LCM and went the full 90‘ in a 3-0 Win against Sampdoria (7.6/7.98) 2/3 shots on target, 61/69 passing, 1 cross, 4/5 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 94 touches, 6/12 duels won, 2 clearances, 1/1 successful dribbles, 2 fouls, 3/4 successful tackles, 1/2 aerials won, 3 interceptions, 8 recoveries Match Highlights

Ligue 1 (France)
Timothy Weah (LOSC Lille) Subbed on in the 78th‘ in a 1-1 draw with Marseille (5.8/5.68) 0/1 shots on target, 3/5 passing, 1 cross, 7 touches, 0/2 duels won, 0/2 aerials won

Eredivisie (Netherlands)
Sergino Dest (Ajax) Subbed on in the 79th‘ in a 3-0 Win against RKC Waalwijk (6.1/6.12) 0/1 shots on target, 10/11 passing, 1 cross, 16 touches, 1/2 duels won, 1 time dispossessed, 1/1 successful tackles, 2 recoveries Match Highlights
Luca de la Torre (Heracles Almelo) Started at RW and played 58‘ in a 4-0 Loss against Willem II (6.2/6.08) 12/15 passing, cross, 25 touches, 4/7 duels won, 1 clearance, 0/1 successful dribbles, 1 time fouled, 1/2 successful tackles, 1/2 aerials won, 2 recoveries

Super Lig (Turkey)
Eric Lichaj (Fatih Karagümrük) Subbed on in the 61st‘ in a 2-2 draw with Gaziantep FK (6.2/6.21) 0/1 shots on target, 15/18 passing, 0/1 accurate long balls, 1 key pass, 25 touches, 0/3 duels won, 0/1 successful dribbles, 1 foul, 0/1 aerials won, 1 interception Match Highlights

Bundesliga (Austria)
Erik Palmer-Brown (Austria Wien on loan from Manchester City) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 2-1 Win against Ried (7.3/-) 56/63 passing, 4/4 accurate long balls, 74 touches, 10/12 duels won, 7 clearances, 2 times fouled, 1 foul, 8/10 aerials won, 1 interception, 6 recoveries

Superliga (Denmark)
Emmanuel Sabbi (Odense Boldklub) Started at RW and played 90‘ in a 1-1 draw with FC Nordsjaelland. Won Player of the match on FotMob & Scored the team’s lone goal in the 57th’ (8.2/-) 3/5 shots on target, 8/12 passing, 38 touches, 12/17 duels won, 1/1 successful dribbles, 3 times dispossessed, 4 times fouled, 1 foul, 3/3 successful tackles, 4/5 aerials won, 2 interceptions Match Highlights
Haji Wright (SonderjyskE FC) Subbed on in the 76th‘ in a 4-1 Loss against Vejle Boldklub. Picked up a yellow in the 93rd’ (6.1/-) 0/1 shot on target, 2/5 passing, 12 touches, 4/8 duels won, 1/2 successful dribbles, 1 time fouled, 1 foul, 2/4 aerials won Match Highlights

NordicBet Liga (Danish 2nd Division)
Louicius Don Deedson (Hobro IK) Started at LW and played 73’ in a 3-2 Win against FC Fredericia. Scored the 2nd goal in the 26th’ (-/-)

Allsvenskan (Sweden)
Aron Johannsson (Hammarby IF) Started at ST and went the full 90’ in a 3-0 Loss against AIK (5.6/-) 0/3 shots on target, 11/11 passing, 21 touches, 2/9 duels won, 1 time fouled, 1 foul, 1/7 duels won Match Highlights
Nebiyou Perry (Ostersunds FK) Started at LW and played 72‘ in a 1-1 draw with Djurgarden (5.8/-) 6/14 passing, 3 crosses, 2/3 accurate long balls, 27 touches, 1/8 duels won, 1 clearance, 0/1 successful dribbles, 1 time dispossessed, 2 fouls, 1/4 aerials won, 5 recoveries Match Highlights

Superettan
Andrew Stadler (Akropolis IF) Started at and played 70‘ in a 1-1 draw with Halmstads BK. Assisted on the lone goal in the 14th’ (-/-)

Veikkausliiga (Finland)
Tim Murray (FC Honka) Started at GK and went the full 90’ in a 0-0 draw with HJK (-/-) Match Highlights
Zurab Tsiskaridze (RoPS) Started at LB and played 78‘ in a 2-0 Loss against KuPS (-/-) Match Highlights

Ykkonen
Kyle Curinga (Kokkolan Pallo-veikot) Started at RCM and played 60‘ in a 2-1 Win against AC Oulu. Picked up a yellow in the 32nd’ (-/-) Match Highlights
Will Inalien (FF Jaro) Started at ST and played 57‘ in a 1-1 draw with MYPA (-/-) Match Highlights
Ian Garrett (VPS) Started at LCB and went the full 90’ in a 1-1 draw with SJK Akatemia (-/-) Match Highlights
Emmanuel Appiah (AC Kajaani) Started at LCM and went the full 90’ in a 5-0 Loss against EIF (-/-)

1.CFL (Montenegro)
Luka Malesevic (FK Iskra Danilovgrad) Started at RCB and went the full 90‘ in a 1-1 draw with OFK Titograd (-/-)
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2020.06.29 01:41 diyexageh Banca internacional #04 PT MT – Banca e inversión, mitigando PT withholding tax.

Este contenido fue publicado originalmente el 19/08/2019 - Aca
Posts anteriores de la serie

Background


Los que siguen los posts de -Banca Internacional- y los freelancers IT con los que estuve charlando en /Merval estaban esperando otro post con información con respecto a “Export de servicios, incorporación, DTAs y residencia fiscal.”. Ese post está al 90% sin embargo visto y considerando la situación por la que paso Argentina post elecciones primarias y las reacciones de pánico de inversores vía este medio me parece más relevante ofrecerles información que les proporcione soluciones a problemas del ahora.


Introducción


La banca internacional no viene libre de problemas para el residente fiscal de la República Argentina ya que se tributa en su ingreso mundial y se deben declarar cuentas en el extranjero a la AFIP. A contrariedad de lo que quieren hacer creer a la gente, la sola posesión/operación de cuentas domiciliadas en el extranjero no es ilegal. Ilegal es la evasión fiscal. El problema se genera cuando las jurisdicciones donde el cliente se bancariza y existe algún impuesto sobre depósitos o dividendos y surge la doble tributación. Con el fin de este inconveniente existen los Double Taxation Agreement/Treaties (DTA/DTT) o Tratado de Doble Imposición en español.

Los que invierten o están bancarizados en Estados Unidos tienen claro que entre EEUU y Argentina no hay tax treaties, así que tienen deducciones de 30% (withholding tax). Este framework no es exclusivo de EEUU, en otros países como los de la Unión Europea es común y las tasas varían entre si, inclusive dentro del mismo país pueden ser diferentes. Un buen ejemplo de esto es Portugal, país que va a ser centro del presente artículo.


Portugal (on-shore) impone un withholding tax del 28%, mínimamente por debajo del impuesto por EEUU. Sin embargo Madeira (Portugal off-shore) impone un 22%.


¿Podemos abrir una cuenta en un banco domiciliado en Madeira y hacer uso del descuento en la tasa de 6%? Si, podemos, pero no es lo que vamos a hacer ya que esto requiere un time frame superior. Para bancarizarnos en Madeira necesitamos documentos apostillados y en algunos casos visitas personales , couriers.... Quizás en este momento ese 6.5% no amerite los requerimientos cuando podemos mitigar el 28% en su totalidad.


Argentina está pasando por una situación difícil de entender para quien no haya vivido una experiencia similar en primera persona. Los ahorristas quieren mover sus capitales lo antes posible y evitar así seguir perdiendo poder adquisitivo, poder acceder a una banca que ofrezca mejores servicios y a mejor costo. Poder mover fondos sin tener que justificar destino y en lo posible invertir como para tener retorno.


Regulación


Como aprendimos anteriormente Portugal impone un withholding tax de 28% en intereses. Visto que residentes fiscales en Argentina tienen que tributar sobre su ingreso mundial, sería de importancia intentar evitar la doble imposición. Ya que no existe DTA/DTT entre Argentina y Portugal hay que mitigarlo de otra manera. Evitando invertir en Portugal e invertir en una jurisdicción dentro del Area Economica Europea y preferentemente área SEPA donde los intereses se paguen net/gross.

Enter Malta. Malta es considerado un centro financiero semi-shore (como Singapur, Hong Kong, UAE, Bahrain). Si no fuese tan engorroso bancarizarse en Malta evitaríamos Portugal.


Entonces el fin de nuestro esquema es Banca en Portugal y Banca de inversión/depósitos/plazo fijos en Malta. Preferentemente multi currency y con acceso a transferencias sin costos SEPA para minimizar el costo de capital y mantenimiento. La razón por la cual necesitamos la banca en una jurisdicción on-shore en la Union Europea es porque para poder acceder a servicios de inversión/plazo fijos en (algunos) proveedores Malteses, es un requerimiento “una cuenta a nombre del inversor en una institución de crédito de la Union Europea”. Cuentas en Channel Islands/Jersey/Isle of Man no son válidas. Irónicamente cuentas de ciertos bancos en Kuwait si (más de esto después).


De esta manera la institución de Malta puede remitir los intereses/depositos vía SEPA sin costo, a la institución en Portugal donde el usuario puede hacer uso del capital vía tarjetas de débito, otras transferencias SEPA a un Exchange de Cryptocurrencies, o así mismo transferir dichos fondos vía un servicio de pagos tipo TransferWise a Argentina o cualquier otra jurisdicción.


Modus operandi

El proceso es simple, para hacer uso de este esquema, como explique con anterioridad, es necesario iniciar dos relaciones bancarias. Una en Portugal (retail) y otra en Malta (inversión).


Debajo esta la lista de los bancos Portugueses que operan con no residentes pero que además hacen el on-boarding del cliente de manera digital. Aspecto clave de nuestro esquema. Funciona con otros bancos también, esto esta resumido a los servicios que entre otras cosas, aceptan argentinos, on-barding remoto y que probé personalmente, con la intención de escribir este articulo.


Una vez abierta esta cuenta, con nuestro IBAN Portugués a mano, podemos proceder al registro de la cuenta de inversión en Malta, La cual requiere de un poco más de trabajo manual. Es un 70% digital y un 30% analógico pero también se puede hacer a distancia.


Por una cuestión de simplicidad voy a incluir dos bancos en Portugal y dos instituciones del mismo grupo inversor en Malta. Se puede abrir una cuenta bancaria a distancia también pero hay que tener más paciencia/tiempo ya que requiere papeleo.


Instituciones de interés


BANCO ATLÂNTICO EUROPA S.A. - Portugal
https://www.atlantico.eu
Atlantico Europa es un banco con sede central en Lisboa y regulado por el Banco central de Portugal bajo licencia #189 (https://www.bportugal.pt/en/entidadeautorizada/banco-atlantico-europa-sa), Comisión de Mercado de Activos (SEC Portugues licencia #343) y Banco central Europeo (ECB). En Europa no es un banco de gran antigüedad, la subsidiaria Europea data del 2009 y posee Sucursales en Portugal y Namibia y Angola. Similar al Caso de Standard bank en Jersey. El banco trabaja con residentes y no residentes retail, privado y corporate.
CRS: Si, compliant.
Withholding tax: 28%, Puede reducirse vía DTA.
Deposito mínimo: 0 EUR.
Deposito mínimo requerido para apertura: 250 EUR
Balance mínimo: 0 EUR.
Costo Mensual: 0 EUR.
Underfunding: 0 EUR.
Divisas: EUR, CHF, GBP, USD.
Tarjetas de débito: Si, en EUR.
Tarjetas de crédito: Si, en EUR.
No residentes: Si.
Divisas exóticas: No.
Seguro de depósitos: Si, ECB standard. EUR 100.000 x cliente x banco. https://www.fgd.pt/sistema-europeu-de-garantia-de-depositos
Inversiones: Si. Bonos, fondos, acciones, ETFs, FX y otros. No todos disponibles en todas las jurisdicciones.
Limitaciones: La web y la App suelen mezclar Ingles y Portugues pero no es una situacion imposible. Las tarjetas de debito y credito estan disponibles inclusive para no residentes pero hay un catch, el delivery es a la sucursal o dentro de portugal. Se puede usar una "mailing address" en Portugal or ir de manera personal.


Banco BPI S.A. - Portugal
https://www.bancobpi.pt/
Banco BPI S.A. establecido en Lisboa en 1995. Supervisado por el Banco central Portugues bajo licencia #10 (https://www.bportugal.pt/en/entidadeautorizada/banco-bpi-sa) y el ECB.
CRS: Si, compliant.
Withholding tax: 28%, Puede reducirse vía DTA.
Deposito mínimo: 0 EUR.
Deposito mínimo requerido para apertura: 0 EUR.
Balance mínimo: 0 EUR.
Costo mensual: 3.5+Tax a 7.5+Tax EUR.
Underfunding: 0 EUR.
Divisas: EUR, CHF, GBP, USD.
Tarjetas de débito: Si, dos ofrecidas en el paquete en EUR.
Tarjetas de crédito: Si, en EUR.
No residentes: Si.
Divisas exóticas: ZAR, CAD, NZD, SGD, JPY, AUD, NOK, DKK, SEK, PLN.
Seguro de depósitos: Si, ECB standard. EUR 100.000 x cliente x banco. https://www.fgd.pt/sistema-europeu-de-garantia-de-depositos
Inversiones: Si. Bonos, fondos, FX y otros. No todos disponibles en todas las jurisdicciones.
Limitaciones: N/A.


easisave - Malta
https://www.easisave.com
easisave es un producto de FIMBank PLC. Consecuentemente no es en si un banco sino que nos ofrece cuentas de fácil acceso con onboarding digital. Solo ofrecen cajas de ahorro y plazo fijos. Se puede abir únicamente una caja de ahorro sin embargo un plazo fijo requiere una caja de ahorro (donde se pagaran los intereses). Las cuentas son libres de costo.
FIMBank P.L.C. es un banco con sede central en Malta (Licenciado por Malta Financial Services Authority bajo licencia C17003 (https://www.mfsa.mt/financial-services-registeresult/?id=2195), su otra sede se encuentra en el Dubái International Financial Center opebando bajo licencia #273 (https://www.difc.ae/public-registefimbank-plc/) y operan mayoritariamente global trade finance, import/export cartas de crédito y banca offshore para compañías de una tercera jurisdicción. Además hacen servician a clientes personales bajo el producto de nombre FIMBank Direct.
FIMBank PLC es una compañía publica incorporada bajo las leyes de Malta y listada en la bolsa de dicho país. Quien esta detrás de la firma? Tiene solo dos accionistas, United Gulf Holding Company B.S.C (Banco establecido en 1991, EMEA) y Burgan Bank K.P.S.C. (Banco establecido en 1975 Kuwait/GCC/Jordania). Estos dos bancos además son subsidiarios de KIPCO (www.kipco.com) Kuwait Investment Projects Company fondo de inversión soberano del estado de Kuwait. Fundado en 1975 y con activos superiores a USD 30 Billiones.
CRS: Si, compliant.
Withholding tax: 0%, El cliente declara y paga acorde a su jurisdicción de residencia fiscal.
Deposito mínimo: 0 EUR.
Deposito mínimo requerido para apertura: 50 EU 50 USD.
Balance mínimo: 50 EU 50 USD. EUR 1000 para plazo fijos.
Costo mensual: 0 EUR.
Underfunding: N/A.
Divisas: EUR, USD.
Tarjetas de débito: No.
Tarjetas de crédito: No.
No residentes: Si.
Divisas exoticas: No.
Seguro de depósitos: Si, ECB standard. EUR 100.000 x cliente. Maltese Depositor Compensation Scheme http://www.compensationschemes.org.mt/
Inversiones: Si. Caja de ahorros, plazo fijos.
Limitaciones: Si. Para registrarse como cliente es imperativo tener una cuenta domiciliada en la Unión Europea excluyendo dependencias de la corona pero incluyendo a Reino Unido y Gibraltar. La cuenta no puede ser un EMI y debe ser una cuenta en una institución de crédito. El IBAN de la cuenta es chequeado al momento del registro.
Individuals (Maltese nationals and non-Maltese nationals) who are 18 years and over, holding an account with a credit institution within the European Economic Area (EEA), which currently includes Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark (excluding the Faroe Islands and Greenland), Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and UK (excluding Channel Islands and Isle of Man) or an account with Burgan Bank in Kuwait, Turkey or Jordan.
Para registrarse en easisave y hacer uso de los plazo fijos hay que abrir primero una easisave savings account donde se deposita el mínimo requerido al momento de la apertura.
Depósitos y extracciones de la cuenta easisave son posibles únicamente y exclusivamente desde/hacia el IBAN usado al momento del registro y a nombre del cliente. Los intereses se pagan gross/net a la easisave savings account haciendo uso del 0% withholding tax Maltes.


FIMBank PLC - Malta
https://www.fimbank.com/direct/
https://www.fimbank.com/direct/fim/customer-guidelines.html
FIMBank Direct es el nombre que se le da a la banca Online de FIMBank. La diferencia principal con easisave es que vía esta entidad se pueden abrir cuentas corrientes, las cuales no requieren una cuenta en otra entidad de crédito domiciliada en la Unión Europea para operar o dar servicio. El catch es que los costos son mas altos que lidiar con easisave directamente. Sin embargo ofrece mas flexibilidad. Hay que leer los costos con atención, cuando están en USD aplican a operaciones no en euros. Los pagos SEPA desde una cuenta easisave son gratuitos cuando en otro caso tienen costo. Otra diferencia es que requieren mas papeleo que el requerido para easisave.
Fees: https://www.fimbank.com/en/standard-tariff-of-charges
CRS: Si, compliant.
Withholding tax: 0%, El cliente declara y paga acorde a su jurisdicción de residencia fiscal.
Deposito mínimo: 50 EUUSD.
Deposito mínimo requerido para apertura:
Savings account 50 EUUSD.
Current account 5000 EUUSD.
Balance mínimo:
Savings account 50 EUUSD.
Current account 2500 USD.
Costo anual: 100 USD.
Underfunding: 100 USD.
Divisas: EUR, USD, GBP.
Tarjetas de débito: No.
Tarjetas de crédito: No.
No residentes: Si.
Divisas exoticas: Si bajo pedido.
Limitaciones: La caja de ahorro tiene la misma limitacion que easisave (ya que es el mimo producto) donde se debe tener una cuenta en la Union Europea en una entidad crediticea. Lo mismo que la limitacion de easisave. Esta limitacion no existe para la cuenta corriente.
Seguro de depósitos: Si, ECB standard. EUR 100.000 x cliente. Maltese Depositor Compensation Scheme http://www.compensationschemes.org.mt/

Happy banking.

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2020.06.18 14:54 elmadrigal Great Squads From History - Bayer Leverkusen 2001-2002

Welcome to the 2nd episode of this mini series where we look back on great squads from history examining the make up of the squad and what made them memorable.
Great Squads From History - Inter Milan 2004-2005
today the focus will be on the 2001-02 great Bayer Leverkusen squad, a squad that is infamous for their incredible choke job in the last stretch of the season, losing out on three major trophies in quick succession which gives them the incredible distinction of overachieving and underachieving at the same time.
for Leverkusen the 2001-02 season was supposed to be the culmination of the past 5 years of hard work, in the previous 5 season Leverkusen were a consistent challenger for the Bundesliga title, coming 2nd thrice and finishing only as low as 4th place. this consistency did not come without turmoil however; Christoph Daum, team manager from 1996 until 2000 laid the foundation for this squad before the infamous Daum-Affair where in 1999 it was agreed that he was to go on and become the next German National team manager after the EURO 2000 but allegations of his love for cocaine and orgy parties from the media derailed the appointment, he was furious and submitted hair samples to the relevant authorities for testing, tests came back positive and he incredibly said the hair wasn't his. ultimately he admitted his use of cocaine and his agreement with the German FA was cancelled and he was fired by Bayer Leverkusen shortly after, this kinda maybe has nothing to do with the Squad we are focusing on but I just wanted to tell this incredible story.
amidst this turmoil, Bayer Leverkusen struggled a little in the 2000-01 season finishing 4th, their worst league finish of the previous 5 years but still good enough to qualify for a spot in the early rounds for next season UEFA champions league, in the summer of 2001 they'd sign their next coach, This is where we begin.
Klaus Toppmöller
OK so honestly even though I vividly remember this Leverkusen team, I had absolutely no memory of who their coach was. Toppmöller had a decent career as a footballer, an 8 year stint as the main attacking option for FC Kaiserslautern would earn him a move to the NASL team Dallas Tornado where he'd kinda fail and come back to Germany to play for minnows FSV Salmrohr before retiring and immediately becoming first team coach, he'd bounce around from club to club, never spending more than 2 seasons anywhere, he'd be known for his quick fix jobs and never being handed or wanting a long term project, think of him as a less successful more eccentric Claudio Ranieri.
Goalkeepers
(#1) Hans-Jörg Butt : this would be his 1st season with Leverkusen having Joined on a free from Hamburg after a successful 4 year stint there, consistent and from time to time would be considered one of the best Goalkeepers in the league, would become Leverkusen's undisputed starting goalkeeper for the next 6 years before losing his starting spot to the up and coming youngster René Adler, he'd immediately move to Benfica where he'd have a one year unsuccessful stint before returning to Germany and signing with Bayern Munich where he'd compete for a starting spot with supposed wonderkid Michael Rensing, he'd eventually cement himself as the starting goalkeeper before losing the spot to Thomas Kraft. this game of musical chairs at Munich was ultimately stopped once Manuel Neuer was signed , as is always the case with German goalkeepers of this era, he's highly eccentric, known for his affinity to score penalties and most infamously he was the recipient of one of the most hilarious goals of all time
(#20) Frank Juric in his first couple of seasons in Germany, the Australian giant played for Fortuna Düsseldorf having a relatively successful time in the 2nd division with them before they were ultimatley relagated to the regional leagues, however he was spotted by Leverkusen and signed for them as a backup, he would spend the rest of his career as a backup goalkeepr, nothing memorable.
(#31) Tom Starke originally a handball goalkeepr, Mr. Starke would switch sports in his teenage years, would spend years as a backup in Leverkusen before having decent splls as a starter for Paderborn, Duisburg & Hoffenheim, he'd join Bayern Munich to spend the twilight of his career as a backup goalkeeper
Defenders
(#5) Jens Nowotny
after becoming a starter at the age of 19 for Karlsruher, he would spend the next 5 years honing his defensive skills with his boyhood club before joining Bayer Leverkusen in 1996 and spending the next decade with the club, becoming a mainstay in the starting lineup providing consistent performance as a dependable top Bundesliga level defender, he's considered a club legend by Leverkusen fans, due to tough competition, he didn't have much success at the international level
(#6) Boris Živković
after joining the club in 1997, the Croatian would spend the next 6 years as a perennial starter for the team, generally dependable but prone to making costly mistakes, after his contract expired with Leverkusen, he'd sign for Portsmouth to achieve his dream of playing in England, he'd infamously cancel his contract with the English side after 6 months due to a huge spat with manager Harry Redknapp
(#19) Lúcio
a bona-fide legend and one of the best defenders in the world during his peak, the Brazilian rose to prominence with Internacional, being named as one of the two best defenders in the Brazilian league in 2000, he'd join Bayer Leverkusen in the middle of the season as a January 2001 signing to bolster the squad, he'd immediately become and remain a starter for the next 3 & half years, a quick, strong and clever center back, tough to dribble in a one on one situation. he's also known for his incredible runs forward surprising opposition teams with his dribbling skills and close ball control. he's also got a great shot and would punish any team that leave him unmarked ; after his stint with Bayer Leverkusen, He'd join league rivals Bayern Munich in 2004 winning 3 domestic doubles in 5 years, afterwards he'd join Inter Milan and become part of the treble winning squad in 2010. He's a world cup 2002 winner with Brazil
(#26) Zoltán Sebescen
the Hungarian-German started his career with minnows Stuttgarter Kickers before being discovered by Wolfsburg in 1999 and becoming one of the better right-backs/right midfielders in the league, earning a move to title contenders Bayer Leverkusen in 2001, during his peak with Wolfsburg and early years with Leverkusen he was a major candidate for a spot with the German national team and he would play once horrendously in a friendly against the Netherlands where Zenden completely toyed with him, the constant injuries caused by Lyme disease would derail his career and eventually he would retire at the early age of 29
(#35) Diego Placente
An Argentinos Juniors youth product, after playing professionally for two years with his boyhood club, he would move to giants River Plate in 1997, becoming a starting left back there for a 3 time league winning squad, He'd join Bayer Leverkusen in 2001 to become their starting left back for the next 4 years. a dependable defender with decent attacking capabilities, due to shortage of capable left backs in Argentina, he'd be called regularly for the national team to play in qualifiers
Midfielders
(#8) Zé Roberto
The mercurial Brazilian started his professional career at local club Portuguesa quickly impressing giants Real Madrid to sign him in January 1997, he'd spend a full year in Madrid as mostly a back up, earning a La Liga and a cheeky champions league winners medals before returning to Flamengo as he wanted more playing time to be considered for the Brazilian National Team, his bid was unsuccessful and he quickly returned to Europe with Bayer Leverkusen in the summer of 1998, he'd quickly establish himself as one of the best versatile midfielders in the league and perhaps the world. quick, agile and gifted with the ball at his feet, add to that his mythical athleticism and his ability to play virtually in any position and any formation whether defense oriented or attack focused made him a highly sought after commodity with Bayern Munich winning his services in the summer of 2002, he'd win four domestic doubles with Munich becoming a club & Bundesliga legend. his incredible athleticism would allow him to continue playing around the world well into his 40s, retiring in 2017
(#10) Yıldıray Baştürk
born in Germany but chose to represent his ancestral homeland Turkey, this diminutive play-maker started his professional career with Wattenscheid before moving to local rivals Bochum, he'd establish himself as a talented play-maker with a great eye for goals and assists, he'd stay with Bochum for 4 years before signing with Bayer Leverkusen in 2001. he'd become the team's main play-maker and an integral part of the midfield. he'd later join Hertha Berlin & Stuttgart with varying degree of success.
(#13) Michael Ballack
The squad's undisputed superstar and one of the best midfielders in the world during his peak, started his career at local East German club FC Karl-Marx-Stadt (later renamed Chemnitzer FC after the fall of the Berlin wall) he'd become a starter for the team after they got relegated to Regionalliga Nordost, he quickly begun attracting the attention of Bundesliga clubs with FC Kaiserslautern winning his services, during his first season there as a rotation option he'd achieve a legendary feat with the club as they became the first ever club to win the Bundesliga title immediately after promotion, he'd move to Bayer Leverkusen in the summer of 1999 and become one of the best goal scoring midfielders in the world with his superstar status cemented, he also became known as one of the unluckiest footballers in the world achieving an incredible feat of coming 2nd in 4 major trophies in a little less than 3 months span. in what is now a familiar trend; after the heartbreaks in 2002 he'd defect to Bayern Munich and win 3 domestic doubles with them, in 2006 he'd earn a major move to Chelsea where he'd win a premier league title in his last season there in 2010. he'd finish his career with Bayer Leverkusen, during his incredible career he'd unfortunetly be accused of being a serial choker in important moments, an accusation levied against him even by his own clubs at times.
(#25) Bernd Schneider
nicknamed the white Brazilian (which I always found odd, I mean Zico was white?) due to the elegance of his play and technical abilities. a fantastic free kick taker and one of the most gifted assist makers during his peak. he'd start his career with 2nd division local club Carl Zeiss Jena earning a reputation as a major talent, he finally moved to Eintracht Frankfurt in 1998 playing one season there before moving to Bayer Leverkusen the club he is most associated with. his career flourished with Leverkusen and he'd quickly be called up to the German National team squad, he'd spend the next decade with Leverkusen becoming arguably the club's greatest ever player alongside teammates Ulf Kirsten & Carsten Ramelow.
(#28) Carsten Ramelow
a tough, physical defensive minded midfielder, started his professional career with Hertha Berlin in 1991, he moved to Bayer Leverkusen in 1995 where he would stay until his retirement in 2008, highly revered by Leverkusen fans due to his grit and never-say-die attitude, one of the longest serving players in club history, his physical play earned him the scorn of opponents, most famously Italian legend Francesco Totti who famously double stomped Ramelow during a champions league fixture in 2004
Forwards
(#9) Ulf Kirsten
the club's best ever goalscorer and 2nd in all time appearances. the East German would start his career in 1983 with Dynamo Dresden, he'd win a couple of Oberliga titles with them as well as working as an informant for the state police with the nickname "Knut Krüger". with the fall of the Berlin wall, he'd move in 1990 to Bayer Leverkusen embarking on a 13 year stint with the club as dependable consistent goalscorer throughout his years with them, he was part of the 1993 DFB-Pokal winning squad, the club's only local trophy in its history
(#12) Dimitar Berbatov
one of the greatest Bulgarian footballers of all time, started his career with local giants CSKA Sofia quickly establishing himself as a wonderkid with Bayer Leverkusen acquiring his services in 2001, he'd start as an effective backup and rotation option before becoming the team's main superstar after the club was raided. elegant, calm and highly proficient technically with impressive goalscoring abilities he'd become a fan favorite at every club he played at, he moved to Tottenham in 2006 before most famously playing for Man United where he'd win a couple of premier league titles, as well as a premier league golden boot in 2011
(#27) Oliver Neuville
Born in Switzerland to a German Father & an Italian mother, he'd start his career with Swiss side Servette FC helping them win a league title with 16 goals in his second year with them, in 1996 he'd chose to move to Spain to play with CD Tenerife playing one decent season there before finally moving to the Fatherland signing with Hansa Rostock where he played in for a couple of successful seasons before moving to Bayer Leverkusen, he'd play for 5 seasons with the perennial contenders becoming an essential offensive piece to the team, while not always the most proficient of goalscorers, his intelligence and off-the-ball play was highly important for the team's success, he's also known for scoring in important occasions
Other players that appeared during the season:
(#3) Marko Babić , (#15) Jurica Vranješ (#17)Pascal Ojigwe (#18) Frankie Hejduk (#23) Thomas Brdarić (#24) Emanuel Pogatetz (#29) Thorsten Wittek
Memorable moments & matches during the season in no particular order
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2020.06.13 04:52 OwnPlant The following 741 individuals all actively and knowingly conspire in well-planned efforts and constructions to consolidate power and resources. Round-op Alpha

The following 741 individuals all actively and knowingly conspire in well-planned efforts and constructions to consolidate power and resources. Round-op Alpha
WORLD POLICE
  1. Chan, Margaret /CHINA/ PDF
  2. Halton, Jane /AUSTRALIA/PDF
  3. Grimes, David /CANADA/ PDF
  4. Moura, Antonio Divino /BRAZIL/ PDF
  5. Ostojski, Mieczyslaw S. /POLAND/ PDF
  6. Mokssit, Abdalah /MOROCCO/ PDF
  7. Zerbo, Lassina /BURKINA FASO/ PDF
  8. Dubourg, Thierry /FRANCE/ PDF
  9. Li, Genxin /CHINA/ PDF
  10. Bell, W. Randy /USA/ PDF
  11. Maryssael, Vorian /MEXICO/ PDF
  12. Rozhkov, Oleg /RUSSIA/ PDF
  13. Ozawa, Toshiro /JAPAN/ PDF
  14. Azeez, Aliyar Lebbe Abdul /SRI LANKA/ PDF
  15. Haak, Hein [1, 2] /THE NETHERLANDS/ PDF
  16. Weston, Michael [1, 2] /UK/ PDF
  17. Amano, Yukiya /JAPAN/ PDF
  18. Dunn Lee, Janice /USA/ PDF
  19. Mohamad, Daud /MALAYSIA/ PDF
  20. Aning, Kwaku /GHANA – USA/ PDF
  21. Varjoranta, Tero /FINLAND/ PDF
  22. Bychkov, Alexander /RUSSIA/ PDF
  23. Flory, Denis /FRANCE/ PDF
  24. Horin, Olexandr [1, 2] /UKRAINE/ PDF
  25. Azevêdo, Roberto /BRAZIL/ PDF
  26. Agah, Yonov Frederick [1, 2] /NIGERIA/ PDF
  27. Brauner, Karl [1, 2] /GERMANY/ PDF
  28. Shark, David [1, 2] /USA/ PDF
  29. Xiaozhun, Yi [1, 2] /CHINA/ PDF
  30. Gore, Al /USA/ PDF
  31. Buffett, Warren [2] /USA/ PDF
WORLD BANK GROUP
  1. Kim, Jim Yong [1, 2] /USA – SOUTH KOREA/ PDF
  2. Indrawati, Sri Mulyani /INDONESIA – USA/ PDF
  3. Badré, Bertrand /FRANCE/ PDF
  4. Mohieldin, Mahmoud /EGYPT/ PDF
  5. Basu, Kaushik [1, 2] /INDIA/ PDF
  6. Leroy, Anne-Marie /FRANCE/ PDF
  7. Kyte, Rachel /USA/ PDF
  8. De Villeroche, Hervé /FRANCE/ PDF
  9. Hines, Gwen /UK/ PDF
  10. Hoven, Ingrid G. /GERMANY/ PDF
  11. Aviel, Sara Margalit [1, 2] /USA/ PDF
  12. Suzuki, Hideaki /JAPAN/ PDF
  13. Chen, Shixin /CHINA/ PDF
BILDERBERG
  1. Rothensteiner, Walter /AUSTRIA/ PDF
  2. Treichl, Andreas /AUSTRIA/ PDF
  3. Sigurgestsson, Hörður /ICELAND/ PDF
  4. Lundestad, Geir /NORWAY/ PDF
  5. de Oliveira, Manuel Ferreira /PORTUGAL/ PDF
  6. Salgado, Ricardo /PORTUGAL/ PDF
  7. Silva, Artur Santos /PORTUGAL/ PDF
  8. Mazzie, Mark G. /USA/ PDF
  9. McKinnon, Neil /CANADA/ (status unknown) PDF
  10. Sikora, Sławomir /POLAND/ PDF
  11. Bon, Michel /FRANCE/ PDF
  12. Lévy-Lang, André /FRANCE/ PDF
  13. Schrempp, Jürgen Erich /GERMANY/ PDF
  14. Szwajcowski, Jacek /POLAND/ PDF
  15. Barnevik, Percy Nils /SWEDEN/ PDF
  16. Stråberg, Hans /SWEDEN/ PDF
  17. Uǧur, Agah [2] /TURKEY/ PDF
  18. Browne, Edmund John Philip /UK/ PDF
  19. Gerstner, Louis Vincent /USA/ PDF
  20. Bergsten, C. Fred /FRANCE/ PDF
  21. Pipes, Richard Edgar [2] /USA/ PDF
  22. Black, Conrad Moffat /CANADA/ PDF
  23. Frum, David J. /CANADA/ PDF
  24. Beytout, Nicolas /FRANCE/ PDF
  25. Rossella, Carlo /ITALY/ PDF
  26. Ringier, Michael /SWITZERLAND/ PDF
  27. Kohen, Sami [2] /TURKEY/ PDF
  28. Hutton, William Nicolas /UK/ PDF
  29. Knight, Andrew Stephen Bower /UK/ PDF
  30. Stephanopoulos, George Robert /USA/ PDF
  31. Scheel, Walter /GERMANY/ PDF
  32. Eliot, Theodore L. /USA/ PDF
  33. Yost, Casimir A. /USA/ PDF
  34. Allaire, Paul Arthur /USA/ PDF
  35. Rockefeller, Sharon Percy /USA/ PDF
BILDERBERG [2010, 2011, 2012, 2013]
  1. Davignon, Etienne /BELGIUM/ Vice Chairman, Suez-Tractebel PDF
  2. Achleitner, Paul M. /GERMANY/ Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG PDF
  3. Ackermann, Josef /GERMANY/ Chairman of the Management Board and the Group Executive Committee, Deutsche Bank AG PDF
  4. Agius, Marcus /UK/ Former Chairman, Barclays Bank PLC PDF
  5. Ajami, Fouad /USA/ Senior Fellow, The Hoover Institution, Stanford University PDF
  6. Alexander, Helen /UK/ Chairman, UBM plc PDF
  7. Alexander, Keith B. /USA/ Commander, USCYBERCOM; Director, National Security Agency PDF
  8. Alierta, César /SPAIN/ Chairman and CEO, Telefónica PDF
  9. Almunia, Joaquín /SPAIN/ Commissioner, European Commission PDF
  10. Altman, Roger C. /USA/ Chairman, Evercore Partners Inc. PDF
  11. Amado, Luís /PORTUGAL/ Chairman, Banco Internacional do Funchal (BANIF) PDF
  12. Andresen, Johan H. /NORWAY/ Owner and CEO, FERD PDF
  13. Apunen, Matti /FINLAND/ Director, Finnish Business and Policy Forum EVA PDF
  14. Arrison, Sonia /USA/ Author and policy analyst PDF
  15. Athey, Susan /USA/ Professor of Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business PDF
  16. Aydıntaşbaş, Aslı /TURKEY/ Columnist, Milliyet Newspaper PDF
  17. Babacan, Ali /TURKEY/ Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Financial Affairs PDF
  18. Bäckström, Urban /SWEDEN/ Director General, Confederation of Swedish Enterprise PDF
  19. Balls, Edward M. /UK/ Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer PDF
  20. Balsemão, Francisco Pinto /PORTUGAL/ Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA, S.G.P.S.; Former Prime Minister PDF
  21. Barré, Nicolas /FRANCE/ Managing Editor, Les Echos PDF
  22. Barroso, José M. Durão /PORTUGAL/ President, European Commission PDF
  23. Baverez, Nicolas /FRANCE/ Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP PDF
  24. Bavinchove, Olivier de /FRANCE/ Commander, Eurocorps PDF
  25. Bazire, Nicolas /FRANCE/ Managing Director, Groupe Arnault /LVMH PDF
  26. Béchu, Christophe /FRANCE/ Senator, and Chairman, General Council of Maine-et-Loire PDF
  27. Bell, John /UK/ Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford PDF
  28. Berberoğlu, Enis /TURKEY/ Editor-in-Chief, Hürriyet Newspaper PDF
  29. Bernabè, Franco /ITALY/ CEO, Telecom Italia S.p.A. PDF
  30. Bezos, Jeff /USA/ Founder and CEO, Amazon.com PDF
  31. Bildt, Carl /SWEDEN/ Minister of Foreign Affairs PDF
  32. Björling, Ewa /SWEDEN/ Minister for Trade PDF
  33. Blåfield, Antti /FINLAND/ Senior Editorial Writer, Helsingin Sanomat PDF
  34. Boles, Nick /UK/ Member of Parliament PDF
  35. Bolland, Marc J. /THE NETHERLANDS/ Chief Executive, Marks and Spencer Group plc PDF
  36. Bonnier, Jonas /SWEDEN/ President and CEO, Bonnier AB PDF
  37. Borg, Anders /SWEDEN/ Minister for Finance PDF
  38. Botín, Ana P. /SPAIN/ Executive Chairman, Banesto PDF
  39. Boxmeer, Jean François van /THE NETHERLANDS/ Chairman of the Executive Board and CEO, Heineken N.V. PDF
  40. Christiansen, Jeppe /DENMARK/ CEO, Maj Invest PDF
  41. Chubais, Anatoly B. /RUSSIA/ CEO, OJSC RUSNANO PDF
  42. Ciliv, Süreyya /TURKEY/ CEO, Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S. PDF
  43. Cisneros, Gustavo A. /SPAIN/ Chairman and CEO, Cisneros Group of Companies PDF
  44. Clark, W. Edmund /CANADA/ President and CEO, TD Bank Financial Group PDF
  45. Clarke, Kenneth /UK/ Member of Parliament, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of Justice PDF
  46. Coene, Luc /BELGIUM/ Governor, National Bank of Belgium PDF
  47. Collins, Timothy C. /USA/ Senior Managing Director and CEO, Ripplewood Holdings, LLC PDF
  48. Conti, Fulvio /ITALY/ CEO and General Manager, Enel SpA PDF
  49. Corydon, Bjarne /DENMARK/ Minister of Finance PDF
  50. Cospedal, María Dolores de /SPAIN/Secretary General, Partido Popular PDF
  51. Cowper-Coles, Sherard /UK/ Business Development Director, International, BAE Systems plc PDF
  52. Cucchiani, Enrico Tommaso /ITALY/ CEO, Intesa Sanpaolo SpA PDF
  53. Daele, Frans van /BELGIUM/ Chief of Staff to the President of the European Council PDF
  54. Daniels, Jr., Mitchell E. /USA/ Governor of Indiana PDF
  55. David, George A. /GREECE/ Chairman, Coca-Cola H.B.C. S.A. PDF
  56. Davis, Ian /UK/ Chairman, Rolls-Royce plc PDF
  57. DeMuth, Christopher /USA/ Distinguished Fellow, Hudson Institute PDF
  58. Dijkgraaf, Robbert H. /THE NETHERLANDS/ Director and Leon Levy Professor, Institute for Advanced Study PDF
  59. Dinçer, Haluk /TURKEY/ President, Retail and Insurance Group, Sabancı Holding A.S. PDF
  60. Donilon, Thomas E. /USA/ National Security Advisor, The White House PDF
  61. Dudley, Robert /UK/ Group Chief Executive, BP plc PDF
  62. Eberstadt, Nicholas N. /USA/ Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy, American Enterprise Institute PDF
  63. Eide, Espen Barth /NORWAY/ Minister of Foreign Affairs PDF
  64. Ekholm, Börje /SWEDEN/ President and CEO, Investor AB PDF
  65. Eldrup, Anders /DENMARK/ CEO, DONG Energy PDF
  66. Elkann, John /ITALY/ Chairman, Fiat S.p.A. PDF
  67. Enders, Thomas /GERMANY/ CEO, Airbus SAS PDF
  68. Entrecanales, José Manuel /SPAIN/ Chairman, Acciona PDF
  69. Evans, J. Michael /USA/ Vice Chairman, Global Head of Growth Markets, Goldman Sachs & Co. PDF
  70. Faymann, Werner /AUSTRIA/ Federal Chancellor PDF
  71. Federspiel, Ulrik /DENMARK/ Vice President Global Affairs, Haldor Topsøe A/S PDF
  72. Feldstein, Martin S. /USA/ George F. Baker Professor of Economics, Harvard University PDF
  73. Ferguson, Niall /USA/ Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History, Harvard University PDF
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2020.04.14 00:43 displacedindavis The northernmost, southernmost, easternmost, and westernmost teams of certain leagues around the world

Geographical extremes in football leagues can be a bit of an interesting study. This is my quest to discover some interesting geographical anomalies in the placement of clubs in top-level leagues around the world.
Afghanistan:
Albania:
Algeria:
Andorra:
Angola:
Argentina:
Armenia:
Australia:
Austria:
Azerbaijan:
Bahrain:
Belarus:
Belgium:
Belize:
Benin:
Bolivia:
Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Botswana:
Brazil:
Bulgaria:
Burkina Faso:
Cameroon:
Canada:
Chile:
China:
Colombia:
Costa Rica:
Cote d'Ivoire:
Croatia:
Cuba:
Cyprus:
Czech Republic:
Democratic Republic of the Congo:
Denmark:
Dominican Republic:
Ecuador:
Egypt:
El Salvador:
England:
Equatorial Guinea:
Estonia:
eSwatini:
Ethiopia:
Faroe Islands:
Finland:
France:
Gabon:
Georgia:
Germany:
Ghana:
Greece:
Guatemala:
Guinea:
Haiti:
Honduras:
Hungary:
Iceland:
India\*:
Indonesia:
Iran:
Iraq\*:
Ireland:
Israel:
Italy:
Japan:
Jordan:
Kazakhstan:
Kenya:
Kosovo:
Kuwait:
Kyrgyzstan:
Latvia:
Lebanon:
Libya:
Lithuania:
Luxembourg:
Malaysia:
Mali:
Malta:
Mauritania:
Mexico:
Moldova:
Montenegro:
Morocco:
Mozambique:
Netherlands:
New Zealand:
Nicaragua:
Niger:
Nigeria:
Northern Ireland:
North Macedonia:
Norway:
Oman:
Pakistan\*:
Panama:
Paraguay:
Peru:
Philippines:
Poland:
Portugal:
Qatar:
Republic of the Congo:
Romania:
Russia:
Rwanda:
San Marino:
Saudi Arabia:
Scotland:
Serbia:
Slovakia:
Slovenia:
South Africa:
South Korea:
Spain:
Sudan:
Sweden:
Syria:
Switzerland:
Tajikistan:
Tanzania:
Togo:
Trinidad and Tobago:
Tunisia:
Turkey:
Turkmenistan:
Uganda:
Ukraine:
United Arab Emirates:
United States:
Uruguay:
Uzbekistan:
Venezuela:
Wales:
Zambia:
Zimbabwe\*:
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2020.03.18 14:33 kong-dao COVID-19: Lo que los medios de comunicación no comunican

Televisión, radio y periódicos son los medios de comunicación intermediarios entre los mandatarios y los ciudadanos, periodistas que asisten a conferencias de prensa para “transmitir” lo que sectores privados o públicos informan…
Parece ser que durante las últimas semanas la única información que tienen los “medios” es el COVID-19, pero afortunadamente hay una inmensa base de datos llamada Internet, que no solamente guarda lo que los usuarios suben a las redes sociales, sino también noticias.
Quizás usted, lector, lectora, o, lactante de “la media”, sepa que el COVID-19 tuvo epicentro en la capital de Wuhan, ciudad de Hubei, en la Republica Popular China. Lo que la caja negra, el cubo-parlante, o, el papel sin reciclar que “informan las noticias” no recuerdan los siguientes que iré desarrollando:
Para refrescar la memoria de los lactantes mediáticos comenzaré por los acontecimientos más recientes y relacionados al Coronavirus.
2 periodistas chinos desaparecidos por investigar el COVID-19 (ver anexos)
La primer denuncia internacional sobre COVID-19 fue realizada por una ONG: "Defensores de los derechos humanos chinos" (Chinese Human Rights Defenders), que el 31 de Enero del 2020 redactando un escrito que exponía la situación en Wuhan.
En el mes de Febrero, Chen Qiushi y Fang Bin, reporteros independientes, habían investigado lo que el Dr. Li Wenliang destapó sobre COVID-19 durante el mes de Diciembre de 2019. Li Wenlian era un oftalmologo que trabajaba en el Hospital Central de Wuhan, murió por causa del Coronavirus Chen Qiushi es un abogado, activista y periodista independiente que cubrió las marchas y protestas que tuvieron lugar en Hong Kong del 2019 y 2020, ya también cubrió el brote COVID-19 en Wuhan (Actualmente sigue desaparecido después de haber sido detenido por la policía china) Fang Bin es un periodista independiente, activista y hombre de negocios en Wuhan, quien durante el mes de Febrero estuvo subiendo videos a las redes sociales sobre los efectos del COVID-19 (Actualmente sigue desaparecido después de haber sido detenido por la policía china)

Revueltas a nivel mundial: China, Francia, Chile (ver anexos)
Como mencioné arriba, el abogado activista Chen Qiushi estuvo cubriendo la revolución que se llevó a cabo en Hong Kong (casualmente) entre 2019 y comienzos del 2020 (hasta su detención) donde también fue censurado. The Atlantic escribió un curioso articulo llamado “Hong Kong’s Protest and Virus Outbreak Collides” (Las protestas de Hong Kong y el brote de virus chocan”) que muestra la "coincidencia" entre las marchas y el surgimiento del virus del que los medios de comunicación utilizarían para no hablar más del estado democrático que se estaba pidiendo en la República Popular China. Al mismo tiempo que los ciudadanos se hacían eco de las manifestaciones en Hong Kong, en Francia, desde el 2018 y hasta adentrado el 2020, estaban los “chalecos amarillos” (yelow vests) reclamando al gobierno de Macron la reducción de impuestos que habia aprobado durante el green deal generando un aumento del precio en el gasoil pero no de los salarios. Mientras tanto el gobierno de Chile, en Octubre de 2019 declaraba el “estado de emergencia” por las revoluciones que se estaban dando a causa del tarifazo que se dió al transporte público (que también usa gasoil)

Refugiados: La OTAN apoya a Turqía para invadir Siria, Grecia restringe el acceso y la UE apoya la decisión (ver anexos)
Mientras los acontencimientos mencionados estaban siendo lentamente silenciados también se estaba echando tierra sobre la matanza que estaba haciendo el gobierno de Erdogan (Turquía) y Putin (Rusia) con respecto a los refugiados, la guerra previa al 2018 y que sigue en el presente 2020. Por otro lado, Grecia era el punto acordado por la ONU para la entrada de refugiados, gobierno que en el mes de Febrero de 2020 decidió cerrar las fronteras y disparar con munisiones a los que arribaran, mientras los residentes locales se manifiestan en contra de la ola inmigratoria, la situación se les está yendo de las manos luego de que la Comunidad Europea asigne un presupuesto de 700€ millones para reforzar las fronteras con Turquía, y éste último amenace a la UE por esa decisión. Gracia y Turquía son dos naciones que se encuentran cercanas, geograficamente, entre sí, por eso la guerra de quien recibe más (o menos) refugiados.
Quisiera aclarar que la palabra “refugiado” se utiliza para personas que buscan refugio, no porque fueran empujados por familiares o amigos, sino porque en su estado, nación o país los impulsa a irse...en este caso las guerras que hay en: Siria (frontera con Turquía), Irak (frontera con Siria), Afganistan (frontera con Iran), Pakistán (frontera con Iran y Afganistan) y otros países de África como Angola.En esta última región, Africa, es una de las más castigadas por empresas privadas (sector privado) con la exlotación de menores en campos de café y cacao, donde la probeza es el alimento diario en cada casa (igual que en otros países Latinoamericanos como es el caso de Venezuela, Argentina o Brasil) De 5 continentes, 3 están hundidos en crisis financieras, sociales o guerras: Africa, (gran parte de) América, y Asia. ¿Eso es democrácia?
¿La caja negra, el parlante-repetidor o el papel sin reciclar que usa para “informarse de las noticias” le recuerdan algo de esto? ¿De que solidaridad se habla si no se tiene presente lo que al prójimo le pasa hoy día? ¿Sigo?

Brexit: El Reino Unido deja el barco europeo
Crónica de una muerte anunciada no es solamente una novela de Gabriel Garcia Marquez, es también la disolución de un contintente que luego de 2 Guerras donde los ricos se hicieron más ricos y los pobres, más pobres, no podía mantenerse. Luego de que Inglaterra decidiera abandonar el apestoso barco que se estaba siendo “invadido” por una ola inmigratoria de refugiados, con unas negociaciones fallidas en Bruselas, la palabra “Brexit”, fruto de un complot empresarial en el que estaba incluido Facebook, surgió como "salvavidas" hace ya unos años donde las negociaciones se tensan aún más con una Comunidad Eruopea actualmente quebrada por un virus y refugiados.
(Si está interesado en más detalles sobre el Brexit, puede usar Internet...quizás haya virus, pero no mata)

Guerra Comercial: China vs US, Huawei, ZTE, and, Russia
Desde que Trump asumió como presidente las tensiones con China no cesan, los impuestos a las importaciones del país oriental aumentan y el gobierno norteamericano tampoco para con las denuncias a empresas chinas como Huawei y ZTE acusadas de “espionaje” (Esto no es una novela de James Bond, es la realidad) Como si los norteamericanos tampoco espiaran a la gente...el lactante de “la media” puede recordar denuncias publicas a Estados Unidos, como la de Snowden, o, el priodista ganador de varios premios, Julian Assange (Wikileaks) El asunto se sigue tensando, más ahora que el COVID-19 está haciendo bajar los precios del crudo (petróleo) (¿Quien gana? La clase alta ¿Quien pierde? La clase media y baja) Situación que llevo a Francia y Chile a manifestar su desacuerdo, es la clara evidencia de que las mayorías de clases están hartas de las maniobras políticas y que sin embargo no son lo suficientemente fuertes para terminar esta (falta de) "democracia" mundial. Una nueva guerra por la reserva de crudo se está produciendo entre Rusia, China, Arabia Saudi y Estados Unidos. En este link puede ver los usos del petróleo

China deja de comprar los residuos plásticos del mundo (para más detalles ver link)
En 2019 la Republica Popular China dijo “basta”, no compraría más los plásticos generados por el 90% de los países, obligando a que cada nación cree sus plantas recicladoras o se establezcan en otro sitio. Otro golpe duro para Europa y America que vendían su basura al país asiático, el mismo que tenía, entre otras ciudades, una planta recicladora en Wuhan.
¿Qué escuchó recientemente de la caja boba? ¿Qué le dijo aquel cubo hablador? ¿Qué leyó en aquel papel sucio y negro? COVID-19. Es lo único que se escucha, una palabra que se propaga en el boca-a-boca y de idea-a-idea más rápido que el virus de Wuhan, una ciudad donde aún hoy hay dos periodistas desaparecidos por investigar los motivos de lo que más tarde sería una pandemia y haría olvidar a la población mundial sobre los acontecimientos que terminan con más vidas que un "corona"
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Anexos:
2 periodistas desaparecidos por investigar el COVID-19
Factual Ideas: Li Wenliang Bio-Wiki, Age, Death, and Coronavirus
BBC: Coronavirus: Why have two reporters in Wuhan disappeared?
Daily Mail: Chinese citizen journalist who has brought the world the truth on coronavirus emergency disappears from the streets of Wuhan days after whistleblower doctor died
The Blaze: Chinese citizen journalist disappears after exposing horrors of coronavirus the gov't is trying to suppress
Vice: China Arrested a Whistleblower Who Shot Viral Video of Coronavirus Corpses in Wuhan
NBC: Coronavirus: Outspoken Chinese lawyer critical of government missing in Wuhan, family says
The Guardian: Coronavirus: journalist missing in Wuhan as anger towards Chinese authorities grows
The Epoc Times: Citizen Journalist in Coronavirus Epicenter of Wuhan Has Been Detained by Local Police
South China Morning Post: Fang Bin is second Chinese citizen journalist to vanish while reporting from coronavirus epicentre
Vice: China Arrested a Whistleblower Who Shot Viral Video of Coronavirus Corpses in Wuhan
Internationa Business Times: Where is Chen Qiushi? Journalist who reported from Wuhan 'forcibly quarantined'

Revueltas a nivel mundial: China, Francia, Chile
Yahoo: Chinese human rights lawyer ‘safe’ after return from Hong Kong protests trip
The Guardian: What are the Hong Kong protests about?
The Sun: Hong Kong protests – what is happening and why are there riots?
BBC: The Hong Kong protests explained in 100 and 500 words / Why are there protests in Hong Kong? All the context you need
New York Times: France’s Yellow Vest Protests: The Movement That Has Put Paris on Edge
CNBC: Yellow vests, blue vests and red scarves — Here's why the French are protesting
The Guardian: Yellow vests: protesters fight for ideological ownership
La Vanguardia: Revuelta en Chile: Las imágenes de los disturbios por la subida del precio del metro

Refugiados: Turquía, Rusia, OTAN, Grecia
The Daily Beast: Amid Escalating Syrian Carnage, Turkey Shoots Down Assad’s Planes
The Guardian: Russia and Turkey's next moves will define the Syrian war's end / Greece’s refugee plan is inhumane and doomed to fail. The EU must step in / Lesbos refugee camp at centre of Greek misuse of EU funds row
CNBC: 'It's a powder keg ready to explode': In Greek village, tensions simmer between refugees and locals
DW: EU offers Greece migration support amid mounting refugee crisis
Reuters: EU needs to stop bickering, support Greece on refugees - U.N.
RT: Doors SHUT: Greek police stop wave of refugees with closed border gates & tear gas (VIDEOS)
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2020.03.09 22:11 quatrotires What To Watch This Week (9-15 March)

These posts are as much for me as they are for you. So please feel free to reply with your suggestions for what to watch, and make a case for any game to be considered 'must watch', in which case I will bold it. The time zone used to sort games was LIS (Lisbon) time zone, so no, the game is not on a wrong date.
Monday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
2:30 / 21:30 Los Angeles FC vs Philadelphia Union MLS
20:00 / 15:00 Leicester vs Aston Villa Premier League
Tuesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:10 / 19:10 Estudiantes de La Plata vs Racing Primera Division
20:00 / 15:00 RB Leipzig (1) vs (0) Tottenham Hotspur Champions League Round of 16
20:00 / 15:00 Valencia (1) vs (4) Atalanta Champions League Round of 16
Wednesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:30 / 19:30 Boca Juniors vs Independiente Medellín Copa Libertadores Group H
0:30 / 19:30 Palmeiras vs Guarani Copa Libertadores Group B
17:30 / 12:30 Borussia Mönchengladbach vs 1. FC Köln Bundesliga
19:30 / 14:30 Manchester City vs Arsenal Premier League
20:00 / 15:00 Liverpool vs Atlético Madrid Champions League Round of 16
20:00 / 15:00 Paris Saint-Germain vs Borussia Dortmund Champions League Round of 16
22:15 / 17:15 Colo Colo vs Atlético Paranaense Copa Libertadores Group C
22:15 / 17:15 Penarol vs J. Wilstermann Copa Libertadores Group C
Thursday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:00 / 19:00 New York City FC vs Tigres CONCACAF Champions League Quarter-Finals
0:30 / 19:30 São Paulo vs Quito Copa Libertadores Group D
2:30 / 21:30 América vs Atlanta United FC CONCACAF Champions League Quarter-Finals
17:55 / 12:55 Başakşehir vs FC Copenhagen Europa League Round of 16
17:55 / 12:55 Eintracht Frankfurt vs FC Basel Europa League Round of 16
17:55 / 12:55 LASK Linz vs Manchester United Europa League Round of 16
17:55 / 12:55 Sevilla vs AS Roma Europa League Round of 16
20:00 / 15:00 Internazionale vs Getafe Europa League Round of 16
20:00 / 15:00 Olympiacos vs Wolves Europa League Round of 16
20:00 / 15:00 Rangers vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen Europa League Round of 16
20:00 / 15:00 VfL Wolfsburg vs Shakhtar Donetsk Europa League Round of 16
Friday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:00 / 19:00 Grêmio vs Internacional Copa Libertadores Group E
2:30 / 21:30 Los Angeles FC vs Cruz Azul CONCACAF Champions League Quarter-Finals
19:45 / 14:45 Fulham vs Brentford Championship
19:45 / 14:45 Olympique Lyonnais vs Stade Reims Ligue 1
20:00 / 15:00 Real Madrid vs SD Eibar La Liga
Saturday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
14:30 / 9:30 Borussia Dortmund vs FC Schalke 04 Bundesliga
14:30 / 9:30 RB Leipzig vs SC Freiburg Bundesliga
15:00 / 10:00 Newcastle United vs Sheffield United Premier League
15:00 / 10:00 Valencia vs Levante La Liga
16:30 / 11:30 Montpellier vs Olympique de Marseille Ligue 1
17:30 / 12:30 1. FC Union Berlin vs Bayern München Bundesliga
17:30 / 12:30 Mallorca vs Barcelona La Liga
20:30 / 15:30 Vitória de Guimarães vs Sporting CP Primeira Liga
Sunday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
1:00 / 20:00 León vs Pumas Liga MX
3:00 / 22:00 Chivas vs Monterrey Liga MX
11:15 / 6:15 Sparta Rotterdam vs Feyenoord Eredivisie
12:00 / 7:00 Rangers vs Celtic Scottish Premiership
12:30 / 7:30 FC St. Pauli vs 1. FC Nürnberg 2. Bundesliga
13:00 / 8:00 Cardiff City vs Leeds United Championship
13:30 / 8:30 Ajax vs FC Twente Eredivisie
14:00 / 9:00 West Ham United vs Wolves Premier League
14:00 / 9:00 Bordeaux vs Stade Rennais Ligue 1
14:30 / 9:30 Eintracht Frankfurt vs Borussia Mönchengladbach Bundesliga
15:00 / 10:00 Ath. Bilbao vs Atlético Madrid La Liga
15:00 / 10:00 Cádiz CF vs Rayo Vallecano Segunda División
16:00 / 11:00 Monaco vs Saint-Étienne Ligue 1
16:00 / 11:00 Galatasaray vs Beşiktaş Turkey - Süper Lig
16:30 / 11:30 Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United Premier League
17:30 / 12:30 AEK Athens vs Panathinaikos Greek Superleague Championship Group
17:30 / 12:30 PAOK vs Olympiacos Greek Superleague Championship Group
20:00 / 15:00 Paris Saint-Germain vs OGC Nice Ligue 1
20:00 / 15:00 Famalicão vs FC Porto Primeira Liga
20:00 / 15:00 Sevilla vs Real Betis La Liga
WhatToWatchThisWeek
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2020.03.01 16:42 Naurgul Μεταναστευτική κρίση

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2020.02.09 21:26 quatrotires What To Watch This Week (10-16 February)

These posts are as much for me as they are for you. So please feel free to reply with your suggestions for what to watch, and make a case for any game to be considered 'must watch', in which case I will bold it. The time zone used to sort games was LIS (Lisbon) time zone, so no, the game is not on a wrong date.
Monday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:45 / 19:45 Union de Santa Fe vs River Plate Primera Division
19:30 / 14:30 Holstein Kiel vs FC St. Pauli 2. Bundesliga
Tuesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
19:45 / 14:45 Brentford vs Leeds United Championship
20:45 / 15:45 Famalicão (2) vs (3) SL Benfica Taça de Portugal Semi-Finals
22:15 / 17:15 Internacional vs U. De Chile Copa Libertadores Qualification
Wednesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
17:30 / 12:30 Dijon vs Paris Saint-Germain Coupe de France Quarter-Finals
17:30 / 12:30 AZ Alkmaar vs NAC Breda KNVB Beker Quarter-Finals
18:00 / 13:00 Panathinaikos vs PAOK Greek Cup
19:30 / 14:30 Standard Liège vs Club Brugge Jupiler Pro League
19:45 / 14:45 Internazionale vs Napoli Coppa Italia Semi-Finals
19:45 / 14:45 Vitesse vs Ajax KNVB Beker Quarter-Finals
19:45 / 14:45 Celtic vs Heart of Midlothian Scottish Premiership
20:00 / 15:00 Ath. Bilbao vs Granada Copa del Rey Semi-Finals
20:05 / 15:05 Olympique Lyonnais vs Olympique de Marseille Coupe de France Quarter-Finals
20:45 / 15:45 FC Porto (1) vs (1) Académico de Viseu Taça de Portugal Semi-Finals
22:15 / 17:15 Cerro Porteno vs U. de Deportes Copa Libertadores Qualification
Thursday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:30 / 19:30 Corinthians vs Guarani Copa Libertadores Qualification
17:30 / 12:30 Go Ahead Eagles vs Utrecht KNVB Beker Quarter-Finals
19:45 / 14:45 AC Milan vs Juventus Coppa Italia Semi-Finals
19:45 / 14:45 SC Heerenveen vs Feyenoord KNVB Beker Quarter-Finals
Friday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
17:00 / 12:00 Başakşehir vs Beşiktaş Turkey - Süper Lig
18:00 / 13:00 Red Bull Salzburg vs LASK Linz Austrian League
19:30 / 14:30 Borussia Dortmund vs Eintracht Frankfurt Bundesliga
19:45 / 14:45 Monaco vs Montpellier Ligue 1
20:00 / 15:00 Wolves vs Leicester City Premier League
20:00 / 15:00 Valencia vs Atlético Madrid La Liga
Saturday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
12:30 / 7:30 West Bromwich Albion vs Nottingham Forest Championship
14:30 / 9:30 RB Leipzig vs Werder Bremen Bundesliga
14:30 / 9:30 1. FC Union Berlin vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen Bundesliga
15:00 / 10:00 Barcelona vs Getafe La Liga
17:30 / 12:30 FC Twente vs AZ Alkmaar Eredivisie
18:00 / 13:00 SL Benfica vs SC Braga Primeira Liga
19:45 / 14:45 Atalanta vs AS Roma Serie A
20:30 / 15:30 Rio Ave vs Sporting CP Primeira Liga
Sunday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
12:00 / 7:00 Aberdeen vs Celtic Scottish Premiership
14:00 / 9:00 Aston Villa vs Tottenham Hotspur Premier League
14:00 / 9:00 Olympique Lyonnais vs RC Strasbourg Ligue 1
14:30 / 9:30 1. FC Köln vs Bayern München Bundesliga
16:30 / 11:30 Arsenal vs Newcastle United Premier League
17:00 / 12:00 Genk vs Standard Liège Jupiler Pro League
17:30 / 12:30 Vitória de Guimarães vs FC Porto Primeira Liga
17:30 / 12:30 Ath. Bilbao vs Osasuna La Liga
19:45 / 14:45 Lazio vs Internazionale Serie A
20:00 / 15:00 Lille OSC vs Olympique de Marseille Ligue 1
20:00 / 15:00 Real Madrid vs Celta Vigo La Liga
WhatToWatchThisWeek
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2020.01.13 02:33 PelotonMod Team Presentations 2020: Bora-Hansgrohe

BORA-Hansgrohe 2020

2019 Victories
Race Winner
Gree-Tour of Guangxi - Stage 6 ACKERMANN Pascal
Gree-Tour of Guangxi - Stage 3 ACKERMANN Pascal
Gooikse Pijl ACKERMANN Pascal
GP de Fourmies / La Voix du Nord ACKERMANN Pascal
La Vuelta ciclista a España - Stage 14 BENNETT Sam
Deutschland Tour - Stage 1 ACKERMANN Pascal
La Vuelta ciclista a España - Stage 3 BENNETT Sam
Czech Cycling Tour - Stage 2 ARCHBOLD Shane
Binck Bank Tour - Stage 3 BENNETT Sam
Binck Bank Tour - Stage 2 BENNETT Sam
Binck Bank Tour - Stage 1 BENNETT Sam
Tour de Pologne - Stage 3 ACKERMANN Pascal
Tour de Pologne - Stage 1 ACKERMANN Pascal
Tour de France - Stage 5 SAGAN Peter
National Championships Austria - Road Race KONRAD Patrick
National Championships Slovakia - Road Race SAGAN Juraj
National Championships Ireland - Road Race BENNETT Sam
National Championships Italy - Road Race FORMOLO Davide
National Championships Germany - Road Race SCHACHMANN Maximilian
National Championships Poland - ITT BODNAR Maciej
Tour of Slovenia - Stage 1 ACKERMANN Pascal
Tour de Suisse - Stage 3 SAGAN Peter
Critérium du Dauphiné - Stage 3 BENNETT Sam
Giro d'Italia - Stage 12 BENEDETTI Cesare
Giro d'Italia - Stage 5 ACKERMANN Pascal
Giro d'Italia - Stage 2 ACKERMANN Pascal
Amgen Tour of California - Stage 1 SAGAN Peter
Eschborn-Frankfurt ACKERMANN Pascal
Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey GROßSCHARTNER Felix
Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey - Stage 5 GROßSCHARTNER Felix
Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey - Stage 2 BENNETT Sam
Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey - Stage 1 BENNETT Sam
Itzulia Basque Country - Stage 5 BUCHMANN Emanuel
Itzulia Basque Country - Stage 4 SCHACHMANN Maximilian
Itzulia Basque Country - Stage 3 SCHACHMANN Maximilian
Itzulia Basque Country - Stage 1 (ITT) SCHACHMANN Maximilian
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya - Stage 7 FORMOLO Davide
Volta Ciclista a Catalunya - Stage 5 SCHACHMANN Maximilian
Bredene Koksijde Classic ACKERMANN Pascal
Paris - Nice - Stage 6 BENNETT Sam
Paris - Nice - Stage 3 BENNETT Sam
GP Industria & Artigianato SCHACHMANN Maximilian
UAE Tour - Stage 7 BENNETT Sam
Clasica de Almeria ACKERMANN Pascal
Vuelta a San Juan Internacional - Stage 7 BENNETT Sam
Trofeo Andratx - Lloseta BUCHMANN Emanuel
Santos Tour Down Under - Stage 3 SAGAN Peter
2020 Roster
Rider Age Pt2019 Speciality Prev. Team
ACKERMANN Pascal 25 1821 Sprinter
BAŠKA Erik 25 108 Domestique/Sprinter
BENEDETTI Cesare 32 165 Rouleur
BODNAR Maciej 34 108 RouleTT
BUCHMANN Emanuel 27 1333 GC/Allrounder
BURGHARDT Marcus 36 99 Road Captain/Classics
DRUCKER Jempy 33 130 Classics/Sprinter
FABBRO MatteoNEW 26 148 Allrounder Team Katusha Alpecin
GAMPER PatrickNEW 22 78 RouleurTalent Tirol KTM Cycling Team
GATTO Oscar 34 46 Domestique
GROßSCHARTNER Felix 26 774 GC1W /Climber
KÄMNA LennardNEW 23 183 Climber Team Sunweb
KONRAD Patrick 28 611 GC1W /Climber
LAAS MartinNEW 26 141 Sprinter Team Illuminate
MAJKA Rafal 30 968 GC/Climber
MCCARTHY Jay 27 218 Puncheur
MÜHLBERGER Gregor 25 267 Climber
OSS Daniel 32 129 Classics Domestique
POLJAŃSKI Paweł 29 88 Climber
PÖSTLBERGER Lukas 27 185 Allrounder
SAGAN Peter 29 1614 Classics/PuncheurFF
SAGAN Juraj 31 54 Domestique
SCHACHMANN Maximilian 25 989 Superrouleur
SCHELLING IdeNEW 21 41 GC/ClimberTalent SEG Racing Academy
SCHILLINGER Andreas 36 82 Classics/Rouleur
SCHWARZMANN Michael 28 93 Sprinter
SELIG Rudiger 30 200 Leadout/Classics/Sprinter
28.4

Outgoing riders

Rider Age Pt2019 Speciality New Team
BENNETT Sam 29 1230 Sprinter Deceuninck-Quickstep
FORMOLO Davide 27 698 GC/Climber UAE-Team Emirates
KÖNIG Leopold 32 0 Climber ???
KENNAUGH Peter 30 3 Allrounder Retired
PFINGSTEN Christoph 32 100 Classics/Leadout Team Jumbo-Visma
ARCHBOLD Shane 30 88 Leadout\Sprinter Deceuninck-Quickstep
Bora-Hansgrohe will look to continue to build upon their most successful season to date in 2019 that was largely due to the success of riders not named Peter Sagan. The loss of Bennett and Formolo will hurt but not as much after the development we saw from Ackermann and Buchmann in 2019. Ackermann has emerged has a world class sprinter and Buchmann is a legitimate grand tour contender coming into 2020.
Superrouler Mad Max Schachmann will be a major threat in the Ardennes in addition to stage hunting while the team will be hoping for a re-emergence of Sagan in Flanders and maybe finally snagging that elusive win in Sanremo. Buchmann might be their only real grand tour contender but Majka, Großschartner and Konrad still have top ten3W or top five1W potential in most stage races they enter.
The team's biggest addition in 2020 has to be the young climber Lennard Kamna who came over from Team Sunweb. He held his own in several tough mountain stages at the Tour in July and it will be interesting to see how he continues to develop in 2020.
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2020.01.03 07:11 somerandomleftist5 Debunking the myth that Trotskyism was and is only big in "the west"

I hear this a lot, and there is a few issues with it. I think most of this comes from like other people in the global north who are often white trying to prove their ideology is the most woke. I don't like this argument because it sort of becomes this first world leftists try to proclaim their ideology is the one true tribune of the global south and it gets weird. So I want to say, no amount of success of an ideology in the global south will ever somehow means its followers in the global north can't be racist, bigoted, social chauvinistic. I don't intend this as trying to paint Trotskyism as being more "woke" or Trotskyists being immune to chauvinism just because we have friends from x country. There are plenty of Trotskyists and will continue to be ones who are racist, bigoted and chauvanists. Just as all leftist ideologies have these people in varying amounts.
** Where was Trotskyism Historically **
"Ceylon which since 1972 has officially been called Sri Lanka, is one of the two countries in the world (Bolivia being the other) in which Trotskyism was for a certain period of time a significant factor in national politics. For more than forty years it had members in the national parliament, during most of this period it was the single most important political element in the labor movement, and on two occasions the Trotskyists had members in the national government."
Now I would argue countries like Vietnam and China it had a major impact in as well.
But first I want to give a list of the countries that had a Trotskyist movement according to one book I have.
from here https://www.marxists.org/history/etol/writers/alex/works/in_trot/index.htm
I am going to give some histories of a few of these countries, China and Vietnam, I would highly recommend you do further reading.
Lets start with China
"Differences over the Communist International’s policies during “the second Chinese Revolution” (1925-1927) were one of the first major issues which differentiated International Trotskyism from Stalin’s followers in the Comintern. Although there were Chinese Communist leaders who took positions similar to those of Leon Trotsky during the 1925-1927 period they only became aware of this community of ideas subsequently. When a Trotskyist movement finally emerged, it included among its initiators some of the principal founders and early leaders of the Chinese Communist Party. Chinese Trotskyism existed in the country for about two decades, and as an exile movement for at least two decades more. It began to be revived in nearby Hong Kong in the 1970s."
If Trotsky had been killed sooner, II think given that Chinese Communists came to the same positions for the most part we would have more writings based around Peng Shuzhi, or Chen Bilan. Most of the original founders of the Chinese Communist Party ended up siding with the international left opposition.
Vietnam
"During much of the 1930s one of the major centers of strength of International Trotskyism was what is today known as Vietnam. That region was also the scene of what was probably unique in the world at that time, a united front between the Trotskyists and the Stalinists — a united front which did not prevent the Stalinists a decade later from murdering virtually all of those Trotskyist leaders with whom they had been allied in the earlier period.
Before World War II present-day Vietnam consisted of three separate States. In the north was Tonkin which together with the empire of Annam in the center constituted a single French protectorate. In the south was Cochin China, an out-and-out French colony centering on the city of Saigon. The strength of the Vietnamese Trotskyists was concentrated in that period principally in Cochin China."
The Vietminh, whose full title, “The Vietnam Doc Lap Dong Minh”, means the League for the Independence of Vietnam, was founded by the VCP, under the leadership of Ho Chi Minh in May 1941. It was a classic popular front embracing bourgeois and petit bourgeois nationalists, and announced a programme strictly limited to national independence. The VCP even dropped its slogan of “Land to the Tillers” in order to woo the bourgeois nationalists, it supported the Allied war effort – supplying the Americans and British with information about Japanese movements - and received aid and weapons from Chiang Kai Shek and the American Office of Strategic Services.
In the North it was in control by 20 August 1945 and then after out manoeuvring the Southern United National Front (which consisted of various nationalist groupings and a section of the Vietnamese Trotskyist movement) it established a “Provisional Executive Committee of South Vietnam” in Saigon. The independent and united Democratic Republic of Vietnam was declared by Ho Chi Minh on 2 September, at this time, apart from the armies of the Stalinist-led Vietminh, no coercive state apparatus existed.
The French had been disarmed by the Japanese in 1945. The Japanese forces were in complete disarray. The British expeditionary force that was to re-establish order on behalf of the French had not yet arrived. Thus the Vietminh, as a result of the “August Revolution” were in total control. Yet in these extremely advantageous circumstances the VCP proceeded to attack the Vietnamese working class, their revolutionary leaders (the Trotskyists) and lay the basis for a pact with imperialism that reopened Indo-China to imperialist armies of occupation for another 30 years. Such a historic betrayal underlines the Stalinist nature of the VCP. It reveals it as a counter-revolutionary party.
The August Revolution, at least in the South, and particularly in Saigon posed the objective possibility of the creation of a healthy workers state in Vietnam. Following the defeat of the Japanese, the workers in the South, often acting under Trotskyist leadership4 established some 150 “Peoples Committees”, these committees organised many thousands of workers, they were embryonic Soviets.5 They stood as a potential governmental alternative, and thus a second power, to the Vietminh coalition (with the ex-Emperor Bao Dai included in it by Ho!) The spectre of independent working class power terrified the Stalinists. Their project was for a negotiated settlement with imperialism, aimed merely at the guarantee of independence. Bourgeois property and the bourgeois state in Vietnam were to remain intact. As the Stalinist leader in the South, Nguyen Van Tao declared:
“Our government I repeat is a democratic and middle class government, even though the Communists are now in power.” 6
Thus, instead of basing themselves on the Peoples Committees, they proceeded to smash them. Ho Chi Minh based the constitution of his Democratic Republic on the bourgeois American Declaration of Independence (it opened with a sentence from that Declaration foreshadowing similar utterances from Fidel Castro). Five days after this declaration by Ho, the Stalinists issued a decree on 7 September , outlawing all armed bodies except their own. This was a direct attack on the armed workers.
Ten days after the declaration of independence on 12 September 1945, the Stalinists welcomed General Gracey, chief of the British expeditionary force, into Vietnam. In order to forestall organised working class resistance to this treachery, the Stalinists arrested and murdered the leaders of both the Trotskyist organisations. The Peoples Committees, robbed of their leaders, were effectively crushed by the British and the newly-returned French in heavy fighting in Saigon.
The Stalinists’ bloody services earned them little thanks from the imperialists. Preparing for the return of French troops to Vietnam was always the aim of the British. General Gracey had brought some French troops with him. He armed French troops who had been interned by the Japanese declared martial law in Saigon, forbade publication of Vietnamese language papers and allowed French troops and officials to take over all Vietminh-held public buildings in Saigon on 23 September. Having crushed the Saigon resistance to this restoration the British then stood aside leaving a clear field for the French General Leclerc to launch a campaign for the reconquest of the whole of Indochina.
Thus the Stalinist collaboration with the British resulted, in effect, in handing the South over to the French. The attempt to prevent this in October 1945 was doomed. The Saigon rising called by the Vietminh was abortive and the French, British and -Japanese troops, rearmed by the British, quickly massacred many of the insurgents. Ho, still in control in the North, then compounded his earlier treachery by seeking a negotiated pact with the French. The fruit of this was the 6 March 1946 agreement with the French which allowed them (with 25,000 troops) to enter Hanoi and the North. Having gained this enormous advantage the French repaid Ho by shelling the northern port of Haiphong in November 1946, deliberately provoking the Vietminh into war. Only when given no other option by imperialism did Ho sanction a war against the French by the Vietminh – a costly war made necessary by the actions of the Stalinists in August September of 1945."
http://www.fifthinternational.org/content/chapter-5-vietnams-long-revolution-history-war-compromise-and-betrayal
Trotskyism in Bolivia
"For a few years in the 1950s Bolivian Trotskyism was the most powerful Latin American section of the movement. Together with the Lanka Sama Samaja of Ceylon, it was one of the two national Trotskyist groups anywhere to become a major actor in its country's national politics. It subsequently splintered into a variety of factions and ceded its position as the most powerful element on the Bolivian far left to the Stalinists."
"The founder of Bolivian Trotskyism was Gustavo Navarro, better known as Tristan Marof. He was a one-time Bolivian diplomat who had abandoned diplomacy to return to Bolivia in 1926 to found a Partido Socialista, which was generally aligned with, but not formally affiliated to, the Communist International. It fell victim to the Chaco War between Bolivia and Paraguay between 1932 and 1936, and Marof and most of his associates went into exile.
In Argentina, Marof first organized the Grupo Tupac Amaru, which had contacts with the Argentine Socialists, Communists, and Trotskyists. In December 1936 the Grupo Tupac Amaru coalesced with two other exile groups, the Izquierda Boliviana in Chile and the Exilados en el Peru in that country at a congress in Córdoba, Argentina. That congress launched the Partido Obrero Revolucionario (POR—Revolutionary Labor Party), whose principal leaders in the beginning were Marof, José Aguirre Gainsborg, Alipio Valencia, Tomás Swarkey, Lucio Mendivil, and Ernesto Ayala Mercado.
At its inception, the POR was not completely Trotskyist. The principal advocate of Trotskyism at its founding congress was Jose Aguirre Gainsborg, who was mainly responsible for the congress' decision to align the new party with the International Left Opposition.
Shortly after the end of the Chaco War, power was seized by Colonel David Toro, who established what he called a "Socialist Republic" and organized the Partido Socialista del Estado as its only legal party. Some of the Trotskyites, notably Aguirre Gainsborg and Arze Loureiro, returned home after Toro's coup and participated, along with José Antonio Arze and Ricardo Anaya (who were later to become the country's major Stalinist leaders}, in organizing the Bloque de Izquierda Boliviana. The Bloque entered the government party, and Arze Loureiro became an important secondary figure in the regime. However, Aguirre Gainsborg soon fell afoul of the Toro government and again went into exile, this time in Chile."
"During the early 1940S the Partido Obrero Revolucionario first began to gain some influence among the tin miners, the country's principal proletarian group. This was due largely to the leadership and work of Guillermo Lora, a young man who had been won to Trotskyism while still a university student and who emerged in the years following the death of Jose Aguirre Gainsborg as the principal leader of the POR.
With the coming to power, in a December 1943 coup, of the government of Major Gualberto Villarroel, the POR was presented with new opportunities. The Miners Federation was revived with the encouragement of the new regime. The principal political groups represented in the leadership of the revived Federation were the Movimiento Nacionalista Revolucionario (MNR) and the POR. The MNR had been a partner with a group of young military officers in the coup of December 1943 and it was represented in the government during most of the Villarroel regime.
The executive secretary of the Mining Federation during most of this period was Juan Lechin Oquendo, a member of the MNR. (He was to remain the Miners' executive secretary for more than forty years.) Although the POR fought bitterly against the MNR within the Miners Federation during the Villarroel period, it usually exempted Lechin from its attack on his party and a rather special relationship developed between the POR and the miners' chief.
With the overthrow of the Villarroel regime in July 1946, relations between the POR and the MNR became closer. In elections in January 1947 a Miners Bloc was formed which included elements of these two parties, and it succeeded in electing Juan Lechin and a Trotskyist, Lucio Mendivil, as senators, as well as four Movimientistas and three members of the POR to the Chamber of Deputies. One of these POR members was Guillermo Lora.
Meanwhile, the Miners Federation had held an extraordinary congress in the town of Pulacayo in November 1946. That congress adopted a thoroughly Trotskyist statement of principles for the Miners Federation, which came to be known as the Pulacayo Thesis. It proclaimed the inexorable nature of the class struggle and specifically endorsed the concept of permanent revolution in which the dictatorship of the proletariat, supported by the peasants and lower middle class, would simultaneously carry out the bourgeois-democratic and socialist revolutions."
So we can see in Bolivia they held quite a bit of power, Eventually they would fall into splits and adopt weird positions.
I don't want to go into the full explanation of why the 4th international collapsed. here, but I will link a good article that goes over it. http://www.fifthinternational.org/content/publications/pamphlets/death-agony-fourth-international
Of course the fact Trotskyism was able to spread this wide I consider quick remarkable considering that compared to the Comintern parties they had no governments backing them, things had to be translated by various people compared to the huge publishing house which produced the Cominterns documents in just dozens and dozens of languages.
Where Trotskyism is Today
In the modern era I want to look at a few Orthodox-Trotskyist Parties and look at where they have sections
League for the Fifth International
Along side smaller groupings in Ireland and Lebanon
Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth International
International Marxist Tendency
Committee for a Workers' International
International Workers League – Fourth International
Official Sections
Sympathizing Sections
Conclusion
So to this day Trotskyist parties while these might not be huge in various countries, we still organize internationally our parties exist internationally and have members across the globe. Many of these groups are not without issue, but the idea Trotskyism only has parties in US, UK, Canada and Western Europe is very false.
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2019.12.16 06:58 olive_allen Absorbable Surgical Sutures Market Competitive Insights And Precise Outlook 2019 To 2024

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2019.12.13 20:03 Coquecigue Feminist Flash Mob going Worldwide - Womxn everywhere waking up!

Hi, first post here, don't hesitate to tell me if Im doing anything wrong! Firstly: TW: Evocation of physical and psychological violences on women Then… im posting because I haven't seen any post yet talking about this, and im kinda dumbfounded because it's like we're writing history if this works…
Ok so. On November 25th, in Santiago de Chile, the feminist collective Las Tesis performed for the first time "Un violador en tu camino" (A rapist on your way) as a protest against police and state violence against women and against patriarchy at large. Here ( link) the original performance with english subtitles. I really don't need to say more except for culturally obscure symbols, because 100% chileans :
Then, the collective called to all women to appropriate what they did and do their own, to fight and denounce partiarchy everywhere. Because it's utterly simple, the message is coherent with ALL our struggles and I'll give you my own experience later. So they call for action… And it worked wonders!
EDIT MAP : Someone made a map with all known (?) locations where it happened!! link
Link to a quick list ( link video outdated, on November 30rd, but there's some video I couldn't find so still worth the glimpse!) And remind that a LOADS of thoses videos are shared almost exclusively on Fb so to link them here is kinda difficult.
 
Chile
link National Congress!
link Highly symbolic place in Santiago
link Plaza de la Dignidad, Santiago, POV1
link Plaza de la Dignidad, Santiago, POV2
link Healthworkers, Santiago
link Mapuche (indigenous) women
link Valparaiso
link Plaza Sotomayor, Valparaiso
link Concepcion
link Antofagasta
link La Serena
link Temuco
link Puento Alto
link Talca
link Pirque
link Coronel
link Calama
link Punta Arena
link Quellon, Chiloe
link Villa Alemana
 
South America City Country
link Lima Peru
link ? Paraguay
link Bogota Colombia
link Cali
link Cartagena
link Rosario Argentina
link Buenos Aires 1
link Buenos Aires 2
link Quilmes
link Mendoza
link Neuquén
link Bariloche
link Trelew
link Ushuaia
link Sao Paulo Brazil
link Belo Horizonte
link Vitoria
link Porto Alegre
link Mexico City Mexico
link Cuernavaca
link Tijuana
link Mexicali
link Mérida
link Valladolid
link Zacatecas City
link Cinta Costera Panama
link Guayaquil Ecuador
link ??? Costa Rica
link Tegucigalpa Honduras
link Cochabamba Bolivia
 
In the World City Country
link Paris 1 France
link Paris 2
link Paris 3
link Strasbourg
link Grenoble
link Berlin 1 Germany
link Berlin 2
link Dusseldorf
link Hamburg
link Köln
link Freiburg 1
link Freiburg 2
link Bremen
link Roma Italy
link Bologna
link Milano
link Genoa
link Turin
link Firenze
link Venice
link Melbourn Australia
link Calgary
link Byron Bay
link Auckland
link Vancouver Canada
link Montreal 1
link Montreal 2
link Toronto
link Cambridge UK
link Manchester
link NY US
link NY
link San Fransisco
link Los Angeles 1
link Los Angeles 2
link Miami
link Stockholm Sweden
link Gothenburg
link Norrköping
link Copenhagen Denmark
link Oslo Norway
link Amsterdam Netherland
link New Delhi India
link Bangalore
link Beirut Lebanon
link Tunis Tunisia
link Lausanne Switzerland
\Only on Fb Geneva
link Bern
link Zürich
link Brussels Belgium
link Liege
link Ghent
link Anvers
link Nairobi Kenya
link Barcelona Spain
link Madrid
link Bilbao
link Murcia
link Malaga
link Sevilla
link Zamora
link Tenerife
link Arrecife
link ???, Catalogna
link Santiago de Compostela, Galicia
link ???, Basque Country
link Valencia
link Granada
link Lisboa Portugal
link Heraklio Greece
link Warsaw Poland
link Bratislava Slovakia
link ??? ???
link Kaz Turkey
link Istanbul
link Istanbul & Izmir Protesting arrests
link TURK PARLIAMENT
 
And those are JUST the one I've heard of ! (edit: and searched in the next days after initial publication here)
I won't say much, all i can do is share my experience.
Im from Switzerland, a country with numerous social advantages (even if as any other countries, we're being eaten by economical and capitalist neo-liberalism), with the main focus put on "social peace" so not so keen on protesting.
Many countries are in this very moment protesting for the same thing : the abolition of this economical and patriarcal politics that crushes earth and lives, for more justice (for more precises informations, look up for "The Shock Doctrine" by Naomi Klein).
And here, in this calm Shire-like country, in 4 days, no more no less, the happening was organized and more than 200 women came !
It started, I think like everywhere (explaining the omnipresence of chilean flags) by chilean women meeting in local diaspora groups, concerned about the situation in their homeland and asking themselves "what if we did it too ?". So we gathered and founded a fb group, invited all our feminines, trans, allies contacts - while one looked up and transcripted the lyrics, another worked the choregraphy, another one contacted the original collective for the music, another agitated her network to find people to film decently, etc… And importantly, we shared every steps on the group so all could stay in touch and learn with us.
We had only 1 rehearsal with more or less 60 people ! Then came D-DAY ! And it came out great even with our amateurisme. Two hundreds more fingers pointing towards statistically present rapists in the crowd in front of us… The feeling of being surrounded by SISTERS… And calling out a load of friendly passerby, even press, that came around afterwhile to ask us questions !
It was a GREAT experience, learning to work with my sisters from all ages, social conditions and capacities, but also to protest peacefully and raise awareness in our own terms because every iteration is an echo of locals preoccupations and cultures!
You can do it too! You can create networks of women, you can be a part of it too, and we'll rise!
Thank you for reading till here <3.
(EDITS 1, 2, 3… : Overall readability, typos and updating the lists!)
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2019.11.13 13:14 swan_murphy Drive high CAGR by Global Muhuhu Oil Market Along with Top Key Players, Types, Forecast to 2024

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2019.11.11 03:05 AutoModerator Weekly agent, Featured Players and event discussion thread - November 11

What do you think of the Weekly Event & Featured Clubs? Which featured club player did you get?

Featured Clubs:

Which Matchday side will you pick?

AND
Which players definitely deserve to be a Featured Player of the Week next thursday, based on last weekends results?
Share your new players from this week here
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2019.11.11 00:17 quatrotires What To Watch This Week (11-17 November)

These posts are as much for me as they are for you. So please feel free to reply with your suggestions for what to watch, and make a case for any game to be considered 'must watch', in which case I will bold it. The time zone used to sort games was LIS (Lisbon) time zone, so no, the game is not on a wrong date.
Monday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:45 / 19:45 Santos Laguna vs Cruz Azul Liga MX
23:00 / 18:00 Botafogo vs Avaí Brasileirão
Tuesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
19:45 / 14:45 Yeovil Town vs Hartlepool United FA Cup
19:45 / 14:45 Scunthorpe United vs Sunderland EFL Trophy
Wednesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
16:00 / 11:00 Cameroon vs Cape Verde African Cup of Nations Qualification
16:00 / 11:00 Nigeria vs Benin African Cup of Nations Qualification
19:00 / 14:00 Angola vs Gambia African Cup of Nations Qualification
19:00 / 14:00 Senegal vs Congo African Cup of Nations Qualification
Thursday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:30 / 19:30 Flamengo vs Vasco da Gama Brasileirão
17:00 / 12:00 Turkey vs Iceland Euro 2020 Qualification
19:00 / 14:00 Ghana vs South Africa African Cup of Nations Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 England vs Montenegro Euro 2020 Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 France vs Moldova Euro 2020 Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 Portugal vs Lithuania Euro 2020 Qualification
Friday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:10 / 19:10 River Plate vs CA Estudiantes Copa Argentina Semi-Finals
17:00 / 12:00 Brasil vs Argentina Friendly
19:45 / 14:45 Bosnia & Herzegovina vs Italy Euro 2020 Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 Romania vs Sweden Euro 2020 Qualification
Saturday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
1:00 / 20:00 Colombia vs Peru Friendly
17:00 / 12:00 Russia vs Belgium Euro 2020 Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 Northern Ireland vs Netherlands Euro 2020 Qualification
20:00 / 15:00 Santos vs São Paulo Brasileirão
Sunday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
14:00 / 9:00 Serbia vs Ukraine Euro 2020 Qualification
19:00 / 14:00 Corinthians vs Internacional Brasileirão
19:00 / 14:00 Nacional vs Penarol Uruguay's League
19:00 / 14:00 Grêmio vs Flamengo Brasileirão
19:45 / 14:45 Albania vs France Euro 2020 Qualification
WhatToWatchThisWeek
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2019.11.07 08:17 teoferrazzi Next week's Matchdays: European International teams + Brazilian league

Next week's Matchday will have the following clubs facing each other.
・ Home: ALBANIA, ARMENIA, AUSTRIA, AZERBAIJAN, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, CROATIA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC, DENMARK, ENGLAND, FINLAND, FRANCE, GERMANY, ISRAEL, NORTHERN IRELAND, NORWAY, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, RUSSIA, SAN MARINO, SERBIA, SLOVENIA, SPAIN, SWITZERLAND, TURKEY ・ Away: ANDORRA, BELARUS, BELGIUM, FAROE ISLANDS, GEORGIA, GIBRALTAR, GREECE, ICELAND, ITALY, KAZAKHSTAN, KOSOVO, LATVIA, LIECHTENSTEIN, LITHUANIA, LUXEMBOURG, MALTA, MOLDOVA, MONTENEGRO, NETHERLANDS, NORTH MACEDONIA, POLAND, SCOTLAND, SLOVAKIA, SWEDEN, WALES
・ Home: ATHLETICO PARANAENSE, BAHIA, CHAPECOENSE, CORINTHIANS, CRUZEIRO, FLUMINENSE, FORTALEZA, GRÊMIO, SANTOS, VASCO DA GAMA ・ Away: ATLÉTICO MINEIRO, AVAÍ, BOTAFOGO, CEARÁ, CSA, FLAMENGO, GOIÁS, INTERNACIONAL, PALMEIRAS, SÃO PAULO
Additionally, Featured Players from the following clubs are planned to make an appearance.
・ SANTOS ・ PALMEIRAS ・ VASCO DA GAMA ・ ATLÉTICO MINEIRO
Experience the excitement of the major football matches through eFootball PES 2020.
*The schedule may be changed or cancelled due to unforeseen issues, such as unplanned maintenance.
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2019.10.07 07:58 WEPES-BOT Weekly agent, Featured Players and event discussion thread - October 07

What do you think of the Weekly Event & Featured Clubs? Which featured club player did you get?

Featured Clubs:

Which Matchday side will you pick?

And:
Which players definitely deserve to be a Featured Player of the Week next thursday, based on last weekends results?
Share your new players from this week here
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2019.10.06 22:54 quatrotires What To Watch This Week (7-13 October)

These posts are as much for me as they are for you. So please feel free to reply with your suggestions for what to watch, and make a case for any game to be considered 'must watch', in which case I will bold it. The time zone used to sort games was LIS (Lisbon) time zone, so no, the game is not on a wrong date.
Monday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:00 / 19:00 Defensa y Justicia vs Boca Juniors Primera Division
19:45 / 14:45 US Orléans vs Lens Ligue 2
20:15 / 15:15 Penafiel vs SC Braga Taça da Liga Group A
Tuesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
19:45 / 14:45 Waterford United vs Sligo Rovers Irish Premier Division
Wednesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
19:45 / 14:45 Germany vs Argentina Friendly
23:15 / 18:15 Botafogo vs Goiás Brasileirão
23:15 / 18:15 CSA vs Internacional Brasileirão
Thursday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
1:30 / 20:30 Santos vs Palmeiras Brasileirão
13:00 / 8:00 Brasil vs Senegal Friendly
19:45 / 14:45 Croatia vs Hungary Euro 2020 Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 Netherlands vs Northern Ireland Euro 2020 Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 Russia vs Scotland Euro 2020 Qualification
23:15 / 18:15 Corinthians vs Atlético Paranaense Brasileirão
Friday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:00 / 19:00 Flamengo vs Atlético Mineiro Brasileirão
19:45 / 14:45 Czech Republic vs England Euro 2020 Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 Iceland vs France Euro 2020 Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 Turkey vs Albania Euro 2020 Qualification
20:00 / 15:00 Rayo Vallecano vs Tenerife Segunda División
Saturday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
0:00 / 19:00 Uruguay vs Peru Friendly
17:00 / 12:00 Denmark vs Switzerland Euro 2020 Qualification
17:00 / 12:00 Colombia vs Chile Friendly
17:00 / 12:00 Tunisia vs Cameroon Friendly
19:45 / 14:45 Italy vs Greece Euro 2020 Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 Norway vs Spain Euro 2020 Qualification
Sunday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
1:00 / 20:00 Palmeiras vs Botafogo Brasileirão
19:45 / 14:45 Estonia vs Germany Euro 2020 Qualification
19:45 / 14:45 Wales vs Croatia Euro 2020 Qualification
20:00 / 15:00 Internacional vs Santos Brasileirão
20:00 / 15:00 Las Palmas vs Deportivo La Coruña Segunda División
/WhatToWatchThisWeek
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2019.09.03 14:02 Hippemann Bundesliga: Every completed signing in the 2019 summer transfer window

Bayern München

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Lucas Hernández 23 France/Spain Centre-Back Atlético Madrid 80M €
Benjamin Pavard 23 France Centre-Back VfB Stuttgart 35M €
Michaël Cuisance 20 France Central Midfield Bor. M'gladbach 12M €
Philippe Coutinho 27 Brazil/Portugal Attacking Midfield FC Barcelona Loan
Ivan Perisic 30 Croatia Left Winger Inter Loan
Fiete Arp 19 Germany Centre-Forward Hamburger SV 3M €

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Mats Hummels 30 Germany Centre-Back Bor. Dortmund 30,50M €
Renato Sanches 22 Portugal/Sao Tome and Principe Central Midfield LOSC Lille 20M €
Marco Friedl 21 Austria Centre-Back Werder Bremen 3,50M €
Rafinha 33 Brazil/Germany Right-Back Flamengo Free
Franck Ribéry 36 France Left Winger Fiorentina Free
Arjen Robben 35 Netherlands Right Winger Retired -

Borussia Dortmund

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Mats Hummels 30 Germany Centre-Back Bayern Munich 30,50M €
Nico Schulz 26 Germany/Italy Left-Back TSG Hoffenheim 25,50M €
Thorgan Hazard 26 Belgium Left Winger Bor. M'gladbach 25,50M €
Julian Brandt 23 Germany Left Winger Bay. Leverkusen 25M €
Paco Alcácer 25 Spain Centre-Forward FC Barcelona 21M €
Mateu Morey 19 Spain Right-Back Barça U19 Free

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Abdou Diallo 23 France/Senegal Centre-Back Paris SG 32M €
Maximilian Philipp 25 Germany Second Striker Dinamo Moscow 20M €
Alexander Isak 19 Sweden/Eritrea Centre-Forward Real Sociedad 6,50M €
Sebastian Rode 28 Germany Central Midfield E. Frankfurt 4M €
Shinji Kagawa 30 Japan Attacking Midfield Real Zaragoza 3M €
Jeremy Toljan 24 Germany/United States Right-Back Sassuolo Loan
Ömer Toprak 30 Turkey/Germany Centre-Back Werder Bremen Loan
Marius Wolf 24 Germany Right Winger Hertha BSC Loan
André Schürrle 28 Germany Left Winger Spartak Moscow Loan
Sergio Gómez 18 Spain Attacking Midfield SD Huesca Loan
Felix Passlack 21 Germany Right-Back Fortuna Sittard Loan

RB Leipzig

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Ademola Lookman 21 England/Nigeria Left Winger Everton 18M €
Christopher Nkunku 21 France/DR Congo Central Midfield Paris SG 13M €
Hannes Wolf 20 Austria Attacking Midfield RB Salzburg 12M €
Luan Cândido 18 Brazil Left-Back Palmeiras B 8M €
Patrik Schick 23 Czech Republic Centre-Forward AS Roma Loan
Ethan Ampadu 18 Wales/England Centre-Back Chelsea Loan
Philipp Tschauner 33 Germany Goalkeeper Hannover 96 350k €

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Bruma 24 Portugal/Guinea-Bissau Left Winger PSV Eindhoven 15M €
Jean-Kévin Augustin 22 France/Haiti Centre-Forward Monaco Loan
Julian Krahl 19 Germany Goalkeeper 1. FC Köln Free
Marius Müller 25 Germany Goalkeeper FC Luzern ?

Bayer 04 Leverkusen

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Kerem Demirbay 25 Germany/Turkey Central Midfield TSG Hoffenheim 32M €
Moussa Diaby 19 France/Mali Left Winger Paris SG 15M €
Nadiem Amiri 22 Germany/Afghanistan Attacking Midfield TSG Hoffenheim 9M €
Daley Sinkgraven 23 Netherlands Left-Back Ajax 5M €

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Julian Brandt 23 Germany Left Winger Bor. Dortmund 25M €
Dominik Kohr 25 Germany Central Midfield E. Frankfurt 8,50M €
Tomasz Kucz 20 Poland Goalkeeper Vit. Guimarães Free
Thorsten Kirschbaum 32 Germany Goalkeeper VVV-Venlo Free
Jan Boller 19 Germany Centre-Back LASK ?
Sam Schreck 20 Germany Attacking Midfield FC Groningen ?
Tin Jedvaj 23 Croatia Centre-Back FC Augsburg Loan

Borussia Mönchengladbach

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Stefan Lainer 26 Austria Right-Back RB Salzburg 12,50M €
Breel Embolo 22 Switzerland/Cameroon Centre-Forward FC Schalke 04 10M €
Marcus Thuram 21 France/Guadeloupe Left Winger Guingamp 9M €
Ramy Bensebaini 24 Algeria Left-Back Stade Rennais 8M €
Max Grün 32 Germany Goalkeeper SV Darmstadt 98 ?

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Thorgan Hazard 26 Belgium Left Winger Bor. Dortmund 25,50M €
Michaël Cuisance 20 France Central Midfield Bayern Munich 12M €
Michael Lang 28 Switzerland Right-Back Werder Bremen Loan
Josip Drmic 26 Switzerland/Croatia Centre-Forward Norwich Free
Moritz Nicolas 21 Germany Goalkeeper Union Berlin Loan

VfL Wolfsburg

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Xaver Schlager 21 Austria Central Midfield RB Salzburg 15M €
Kevin Mbabu 24 Switzerland/DR Congo Right-Back BSC Young Boys 9,20M €
Joao Victor 25 Brazil Left Winger LASK 3,50M €
Paulo Otávio 24 Brazil Left-Back FC Ingolstadt 1,10M €
Lukas Nmecha 20 Germany/England Centre-Forward Man City U23 Loan

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Landry Dimata 21 Belgium/DR Congo Centre-Forward RSC Anderlecht 5M €
Victor Osimhen 20 Nigeria Centre-Forward RSC Charleroi 3,50M €
Luca Itter 20 Germany Left-Back SC Freiburg 2,50M €
Felix Uduokhai 21 Germany/Nigeria Centre-Back FC Augsburg Loan
Paul Seguin 24 Germany Defensive Midfield Greuther Fürth 300k €
Paul Verhaegh 35 Netherlands Right-Back FC Twente Free
Sebastian Jung 29 Germany Right-Back Hannover 96 Free
Paul-Georges Ntep 27 Cameroon/France Left Winger Kayserispor Loan
Marvin Stefaniak 24 Germany Right Midfield Greuther Fürth Loan
Riechedly Bazoer 22 Netherlands/Curacao Central Midfield Vitesse ?
John Yeboah 19 Germany/Ghana Left Winger VVV-Venlo Loan

Eintracht Frankfurt

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Martin Hinteregger 26 Austria Centre-Back FC Augsburg 12M €
Djibril Sow 22 Switzerland/Senegal Central Midfield BSC Young Boys 9M €
Dominik Kohr 25 Germany Central Midfield Bay. Leverkusen 8,50M €
Bas Dost 30 Netherlands Centre-Forward Sporting CP 7M €
Luka Jovic 21 Serbia Centre-Forward Benfica 7M €
Kevin Trapp 29 Germany Goalkeeper Paris SG 7M €
Filip Kostic 26 Serbia Left Midfield Hamburger SV 6M €
Dejan Joveljic 19 Serbia/Bosnia-Herzegovina Centre-Forward Crvena Zvezda 4M €
Sebastian Rode 28 Germany Central Midfield Bor. Dortmund 4M €
Erik Durm 27 Germany Left-Back Huddersfield Free
André Silva 23 Portugal Centre-Forward AC Milan Loan
Rodrigo Zalazar 19 Uruguay/Spain Central Midfield A. Malagueño Free

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Luka Jovic 21 Serbia Centre-Forward Real Madrid 60M €
Sébastien Haller 25 France/Cote d'Ivoire Centre-Forward West Ham 40M €
Ante Rebic 25 Croatia Second Striker AC Milan Loan
Jetro Willems 25 Netherlands/Curacao Left-Back Newcastle Loan
Andersson Ordóñez 25 Ecuador Centre-Back LDU Quito 450k €
Danny Blum 28 Germany Left Winger VfL Bochum 250k €
Max Besuschkow 22 Germany/Russia Central Midfield Jahn Regensburg 100k €
Tobias Stirl 19 Germany Goalkeeper Wolfsburg II Free
Nelson Mandela Mbouhom 20 Cameroon Second Striker SF Lotte Free
Branimir Hrgota 26 Sweden/Croatia Centre-Forward Greuther Fürth Free
Patrice Kabuya 19 Germany/DR Congo Right Winger Hamburger SV II Free
Noel Knothe 20 Germany Centre-Back Nuremberg II Free
Mischa Häuser 19 Germany Left Winger FSV Frankfurt Free
Deji Beyreuther 19 Germany/Nigeria Left-Back Hoffenheim II Free
Rodrigo Zalazar 19 Uruguay/Spain Central Midfield Korona Kielce Loan
Tuta 20 Brazil Centre-Back KV Kortrijk Loan
Marc Stendera 23 Germany Central Midfield Without Club -
Taleb Tawatha 27 Israel/Sudan Left-Back Without Club -

Werder Bremen

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Niclas Füllkrug 26 Germany Centre-Forward Hannover 96 6,50M €
Marco Friedl 21 Austria Centre-Back Bayern Munich 3,50M €
Ömer Toprak 30 Turkey/Germany Centre-Back Bor. Dortmund Loan
Michael Lang 28 Switzerland Right-Back Bor. M'gladbach Loan
Benjamin Goller 20 Germany Right Winger FC Schalke 04 Free
Leonardo Bittencourt 25 Germany/Brazil Attacking Midfield TSG Hoffenheim Loan

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Ole Käuper 22 Germany Defensive Midfield Carl Zeiss Jena Loan
Martin Harnik 32 Austria/Germany Centre-Forward Hamburger SV Loan
Max Kruse 31 Germany Second Striker Fenerbahce Free
Aron Jóhannsson 28 United States/Iceland Centre-Forward Hammarby Free
Robert Bauer 24 Germany/Kazakhstan Right-Back Arsenal Tula Free
Thore Jacobsen 22 Germany Left-Back 1.FC Magdeburg Loan
Jonah Osabutey 20 Ghana Centre-Forward Mouscron Loan
Felix Beijmo 21 Sweden Right-Back Malmö FF Loan
Jannes Vollert 21 Germany Centre-Back Hallescher FC Loan
Jan-Niklas Beste 20 Germany Left-Back FC Emmen Loan
Jean Manuel Mbom 19 Germany/Cameroon Central Midfield KFC Uerdingen Loan
Boubacar Barry 23 Germany/Guinea Right Winger KFC Uerdingen Loan
Niklas Schmidt 21 Germany Right Midfield VfL Osnabrück Loan
Michael Zetterer 23 Germany Goalkeeper PEC Zwolle Loan
Thanos Petsos 28 Greece/Germany Defensive Midfield Without Club -

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Diadie Samassékou 23 Mali Defensive Midfield RB Salzburg 12M €
Robert Skov 23 Denmark Right Winger FC Copenhagen 10M €
Ihlas Bebou 25 Togo/Germany Right Winger Hannover 96 8,50M €
Sargis Adamyan 26 Armenia Left Winger Jahn Regensburg 1,50M €
Sebastian Rudy 29 Germany Defensive Midfield FC Schalke 04 Loan
Konstantinos Stafylidis 25 Greece Left-Back FC Augsburg Free
Philipp Pentke 34 Germany Goalkeeper Jahn Regensburg Free
Jürgen Locadia 25 Netherlands/Curacao Centre-Forward Brighton Loan

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Joelinton 22 Brazil Centre-Forward Newcastle 44M €
Kerem Demirbay 25 Germany/Turkey Central Midfield Bay. Leverkusen 32M €
Nico Schulz 26 Germany/Italy Left-Back Bor. Dortmund 25,50M €
Nadiem Amiri 22 Germany/Afghanistan Attacking Midfield Bay. Leverkusen 9M €
Vincenzo Grifo 26 Italy/Germany Left Winger SC Freiburg 7M €
Antonio Colak 25 Croatia/Germany Centre-Forward HNK Rijeka 850k €
Robin Hack 20 Germany Left Winger 1.FC Nuremberg 500k €
Ádám Szalai 31 Hungary Centre-Forward 1.FSV Mainz 05 Free
Justin Hoogma 21 Netherlands Centre-Back FC Utrecht Loan
Leonardo Bittencourt 25 Germany/Brazil Attacking Midfield Werder Bremen Loan
Gregor Kobel 21 Switzerland Goalkeeper VfB Stuttgart Loan
David Otto 20 Germany Centre-Forward 1.FC Heidenheim Loan
Felipe Pires 24 Brazil Left Winger Fortaleza Loan
Kasim Adams 24 Ghana Centre-Back F. Düsseldorf Loan

Fortuna Düsseldorf

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Nana Ampomah 23 Ghana Left Winger Waasl.-Beveren 4M €
Kelvin Ofori 18 Ghana Attacking Midfield Right to Dream Free
Florian Kastenmeier 22 Germany Goalkeeper Stuttgart II Free
Markus Suttner 32 Austria Left-Back Brighton Free
Thomas Pledl 25 Germany Attacking Midfield FC Ingolstadt Free
Lewis Baker 24 England/Jamaica Central Midfield Chelsea Loan
Kasim Adams 24 Ghana Centre-Back TSG Hoffenheim Loan
Bernard Tekpetey 21 Ghana Right Winger FC Schalke 04 Loan
Erik Thommy 24 Germany Left Midfield VfB Stuttgart Loan
Zack Steffen 24 United States Goalkeeper Man City Loan

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Benito Raman 24 Belgium Left Winger FC Schalke 04 13M €
Marvin Ducksch 25 Germany Centre-Forward Hannover 96 1,75M €
Jaroslav Drobny 39 Czech Republic Goalkeeper Unknown Free
Kianz Froese 23 Canada/Cuba Attacking Midfield Saarbrücken Free
Emir Kujovic 31 Sweden/Montenegro Centre-Forward Djurgarden ?
Havard Nielsen 26 Norway Centre-Forward Greuther Fürth ?
Jannick Theißen 21 Germany Goalkeeper Rot-Weiß Erfurt Loan
Emmanuel Iyoha 21 Germany/Nigeria Centre-Forward Holstein Kiel Loan

Hertha BSC

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Dodi Lukebakio 21 Belgium/DR Congo Right Winger Watford 20M €
Eduard Löwen 22 Germany/Russia Central Midfield 1.FC Nuremberg 7M €
Daishawn Redan 18 Netherlands/Suriname Centre-Forward Chelsea U23 2,70M €
Marko Grujic 23 Serbia Central Midfield Liverpool Loan
Marius Wolf 24 Germany Right Winger Bor. Dortmund Loan
Dedryck Boyata 28 Belgium/DR Congo Centre-Back Celtic Free

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Valentino Lazaro 23 Austria Right Midfield Inter 22M €
Fabian Lustenberger 31 Switzerland Centre-Back BSC Young Boys Free
Julius Kade 20 Germany Attacking Midfield Union Berlin Free
Jonathan Klinsmann 22 United States/Germany Goalkeeper FC St. Gallen Free
Marius Gersbeck 24 Germany Goalkeeper Karlsruher SC 45k €

FSV Mainz

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Jeremiah St. Juste 22 Netherlands/St. Kitts & Nevis Centre-Back Feyenoord 9M €
Edimilson Fernandes 23 Switzerland/Portugal Central Midfield West Ham 7,50M €
Aarón Martín 22 Spain Left-Back Espanyol 6M €
Ronaël Pierre-Gabriel 21 France Right-Back Monaco 5,50M €
Jonathan Meier 19 Germany Left-Back FC Bayern II 1,20M €
Taiwo Awoniyi 21 Nigeria Centre-Forward Liverpool Loan
Cyrill Akono 19 Germany/Cameroon Centre-Forward Preußen Münster 350k €
Ádám Szalai 31 Hungary Centre-Forward TSG Hoffenheim Free
Omer Hanin 21 Israel/Portugal Goalkeeper Hapoel Hadera Free
Dong-won Ji 28 Korea, South Centre-Forward FC Augsburg Free

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Jean-Philippe Gbamin 23 Cote d'Ivoire/France Defensive Midfield Everton 25M €
Anthony Ujah 28 Nigeria Centre-Forward Union Berlin 2M €
Emil Berggreen 26 Denmark/Croatia Centre-Forward FC Twente Free
José Rodríguez 24 Spain Central Midfield Málaga CF Free
Gaëtan Bussmann 28 France Left-Back Unknown Free
Giulio Donati 29 Italy Right-Back Without Club Free
Jannik Huth 25 Germany Goalkeeper SC Paderborn ?
Gerrit Holtmann 24 Germany Left Winger SC Paderborn Loan
René Adler 34 Germany Goalkeeper Retired -
Niko Bungert 32 Germany Centre-Back Retired -
Issah Abass 20 Ghana Centre-Forward FC Utrecht Loan

SC Freiburg

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Vincenzo Grifo 26 Italy/Germany Left Winger TSG Hoffenheim 7M €
Woo-yeong Jeong 19 Korea, South Right Winger FC Bayern II 4,50M €
Jonathan Schmid 29 France Right-Back FC Augsburg 4M €
Chang-hun Kwon 25 Korea, South Right Winger Dijon 3M €
Luca Itter 20 Germany Left-Back VfL Wolfsburg 2,50M €

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Florian Niederlechner 28 Germany Centre-Forward FC Augsburg 2,50M €
Vincent Sierro 23 Switzerland Central Midfield BSC Young Boys 1,50M €
Jonas Föhrenbach 23 Germany Left-Back 1.FC Heidenheim 500k €
Fabian Schleusener 27 Germany Centre-Forward 1.FC Nuremberg 450k €
Pascal Stenzel 23 Germany Right-Back VfB Stuttgart Loan
Christoph Daferner 21 Germany Centre-Forward Erzgebirge Aue Loan
Keven Schlotterbeck 22 Germany Centre-Back Union Berlin Loan
Patrick Kammerbauer 22 Germany Defensive Midfield E. Braunschweig Loan
Chima Okoroji 22 England/Nigeria Left-Back Jahn Regensburg Loan
Constantin Frommann 21 Germany Goalkeeper Sonnenhof-Gr. Loan
Tim Kleindienst 24 Germany Centre-Forward 1.FC Heidenheim ?

Schalke 04

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Ozan Kabak 19 Turkey Centre-Back VfB Stuttgart 15M €
Benito Raman 24 Belgium Left Winger F. Düsseldorf 13M €
Bernard Tekpetey 21 Ghana Right Winger SC Paderborn 2,50M €
Markus Schubert 21 Germany Goalkeeper Dynamo Dresden Free
Juan Miranda 19 Spain Left-Back FC Barcelona Loan
Jonjoe Kenny 22 England Right-Back Everton Loan

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Breel Embolo 22 Switzerland/Cameroon Centre-Forward Bor. M'gladbach 10M €
Ralf Fährmann 30 Germany Goalkeeper Norwich Loan
Sebastian Rudy 29 Germany Defensive Midfield TSG Hoffenheim Loan
Hamza Mendyl 21 Morocco/Cote d'Ivoire Left-Back Dijon Loan
Benjamin Goller 20 Germany Right Winger Werder Bremen Free
Cedric Teuchert 22 Germany Centre-Forward Hannover 96 Loan
Yevhen Konoplyanka 29 Ukraine Left Winger Shakhtar D. ?
Bernard Tekpetey 21 Ghana Right Winger F. Düsseldorf Loan
Pablo Insua 25 Spain Centre-Back SD Huesca Loan
Sascha Riether 36 Germany Right-Back Retired -

FC Augsburg

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Tomas Koubek 26 Czech Republic Goalkeeper Stade Rennais 7,50M €
Iago 22 Brazil/Italy Left-Back Internacional 6,50M €
Carlos Gruezo 24 Ecuador Defensive Midfield FC Dallas 4M €
Felix Uduokhai 21 Germany/Nigeria Centre-Back VfL Wolfsburg Loan
Ruben Vargas 20 Switzerland/Dominican Republic Left Winger FC Luzern 2,50M €
Florian Niederlechner 28 Germany Centre-Forward SC Freiburg 2,50M €
Reece Oxford 20 England/Jamaica Centre-Back West Ham 2M €
Noah Sarenren Bazee 22 Nigeria/Germany Right Winger Hannover 96 1,70M €
Marvin Friedrich 23 Germany Centre-Back Union Berlin 1M €
Mads Pedersen 22 Denmark Left-Back Nordsjaelland 800k €
Stephan Lichtsteiner 35 Switzerland Right-Back Arsenal Free
Marek Suchy 31 Czech Republic Centre-Back FC Basel Free
Tin Jedvaj 23 Croatia Centre-Back Bay. Leverkusen Loan

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Martin Hinteregger 26 Austria Centre-Back E. Frankfurt 12M €
Jonathan Schmid 29 France Right-Back SC Freiburg 4M €
Kevin Danso 20 Austria Centre-Back Southampton Loan
Marvin Friedrich 23 Germany Centre-Back Union Berlin 2M €
Dong-won Ji 28 Korea, South Centre-Forward 1.FSV Mainz 05 Free
Konstantinos Stafylidis 25 Greece Left-Back TSG Hoffenheim Free
Ja-cheol Koo 30 Korea, South Attacking Midfield Al Gharafa Free
Christoph Janker 34 Germany Centre-Back Unknown Free
Jan-Ingwer Callsen-Bracker 34 Germany Centre-Back Unknown Free
Julian Günther-Schmidt 24 Germany Second Striker Carl Zeiss Jena ?
Takashi Usami 27 Japan Left Winger Gamba Osaka ?
Tim Rieder 25 Germany Centre-Back 1860 Munich Loan

1. FC Köln

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Ellyes Skhiri 24 Tunisia/France Defensive Midfield Montpellier 6M €
Sebastiaan Bornauw 20 Belgium Centre-Back RSC Anderlecht 6M €
Birger Verstraete 25 Belgium Defensive Midfield KAA Gent 4M €
Kingsley Ehizibue 24 Netherlands/Nigeria Right-Back PEC Zwolle 2M €
Julian Krahl 19 Germany Goalkeeper RB Leipzig Free
Kingsley Schindler 25 Germany/Ghana Right Midfield Holstein Kiel Free

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Serhou Guirassy 23 France/Guinea Centre-Forward SC Amiens 6M €
Tim Handwerker 21 Germany Left-Back 1.FC Nuremberg 300k €
Jannes Horn 22 Germany Left-Back Hannover 96 Loan
Chris Führich 21 Germany Left Winger B. Dortmund II Free
Johannes Geis 25 Germany Defensive Midfield 1.FC Nuremberg Free
Tomas Ostrak 19 Czech Republic Attacking Midfield TSV Hartberg Loan
Frederik Sörensen 27 Denmark Centre-Back BSC Young Boys Loan
Nikolas Nartey 19 Denmark/Ghana Central Midfield VfB Stuttgart ?
Jan-Christoph Bartels 20 Germany Goalkeeper Wehen Wiesbaden Loan
Salih Özcan 21 Germany Central Midfield Holstein Kiel Loan
João Queirós 21 Portugal Centre-Back Willem II Loan
Yann Aurel Bisseck 18 Germany Centre-Back Roda JC Loan
Matthias Lehmann 36 Germany Defensive Midfield Retired -

SC Paderborn 07

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Rifet Kapic 23 Bosnia-Herzegovina Central Midfield Grasshoppers 100k €
Johannes Dörfler 22 Germany Right Winger KFC Uerdingen Free
Jan-Luca Rumpf 19 Germany Centre-Back Spfr. Siegen Free
Marcel Hilßner 24 Germany Right Winger Hansa Rostock Free
Cauly 23 Brazil/Germany Right Midfield MSV Duisburg Free
Luca Kilian 19 Germany Centre-Back B. Dortmund II Free
Abdelhamid Sabiri 22 Germany/Morocco Attacking Midfield Huddersfield Free
Streli Mamba 25 Germany/DR Congo Centre-Forward Energie Cottbus Free
Jannik Huth 25 Germany Goalkeeper 1.FSV Mainz 05 ?
Laurent Jans 26 Luxembourg Right-Back FC Metz Loan
Gerrit Holtmann 24 Germany Left Winger 1.FSV Mainz 05 Loan

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Philipp Klement 26 Germany Attacking Midfield VfB Stuttgart 2,50M €
Bernard Tekpetey 21 Ghana Right Winger FC Schalke 04 2,50M €
Olivér Schindler 19 Hungary/Germany Central Midfield SV Lippstadt 08 Free
Tobias Schwede 25 Germany Left Midfield Wehen Wiesbaden Free
Lukas Boeder 22 Germany Centre-Back MSV Duisburg Free
Sergio Gucciardo 20 Turkey/Italy Left Winger Alem. Aachen Loan
Mohammed Kamara 21 Liberia Centre-Forward LA Galaxy II Free
Felix Herzenbruch 26 Germany Left-Back RW Essen Free
Julius Düker 23 Germany Centre-Forward SV Meppen Free
Leon Fesser 24 Germany Centre-Back Unknown Free
Sascha Heil 20 Germany Centre-Back FC Gießen Free
Sergio Gucciardo 20 Turkey/Italy Left Winger SV Lippstadt 08 Loan
Felix Drinkuth 24 Germany Left Winger Hallescher FC Loan
Phillip Tietz 21 Germany Centre-Forward Wehen Wiesbaden ?
Luca Pfeiffer 22 Germany Centre-Forward Würzb. Kickers ?

1. FC Union Berlin

In

Player Age Nationality Position From Fee
Marvin Friedrich 23 Germany Centre-Back FC Augsburg 2M €
Anthony Ujah 28 Nigeria Centre-Forward 1.FSV Mainz 05 2M €
Marcus Ingvartsen 23 Denmark Centre-Forward KRC Genk 1,50M €
Robert Andrich 24 Germany Central Midfield 1.FC Heidenheim 1M €
Suleiman Abdullahi 22 Nigeria Right Winger E. Braunschweig 500k €
Marius Bülter 26 Germany Left Winger 1.FC Magdeburg Loan
Neven Subotic 30 Germany/Serbia Centre-Back Saint-Étienne Free
Julius Kade 20 Germany Attacking Midfield Hertha BSC Free
Sheraldo Becker 24 Netherlands/Suriname Right Winger ADO Den Haag Free
Florian Flecker 23 Austria Right Winger TSV Hartberg Free
Christian Gentner 33 Germany Central Midfield VfB Stuttgart Free
Moritz Nicolas 21 Germany Goalkeeper Bor. M'gladbach Loan
Keven Schlotterbeck 22 Germany Centre-Back SC Freiburg Loan
Manuel Schmiedebach 30 Germany Defensive Midfield Hannover 96 ?

Out

Player Age Nationality Position To Fee
Marvin Friedrich 23 Germany Centre-Back FC Augsburg 1M €
Fabian Schönheim 32 Germany Centre-Back Unknown Free
Lennart Moser 19 Germany Goalkeeper Energie Cottbus Loan
Marc Torrejón 33 Spain Centre-Back Unknown Free
Eroll Zejnullahu 24 Kosovo/Germany Central Midfield Carl Zeiss Jena Free
Lars Dietz 22 Germany Centre-Back Viktoria Köln Loan
Berkan Taz 20 Germany/Turkey Attacking Midfield Energie Cottbus Loan
Peter Kurzweg 25 Germany Left-Back FC Ingolstadt ?
Marcel Hartel 23 Germany Attacking Midfield Arm. Bielefeld ?
Cihan Kahraman 20 Turkey/Germany Attacking Midfield Without Club -

Managerial Changes

Club Former Manager Rank Date Days in Charge New Manager
Hannover 96 Thomas Doll 17 Jun 30, 2019 154 Mirko Slomka
FC Schalke 04 Huub Stevens 14 Jun 30, 2019 108 David Wagner
VfL Wolfsburg Bruno Labbadia 6 Jun 30, 2019 495 Oliver Glasner
VfB Stuttgart Nico Willig 16 Jun 30, 2019 70 Tim Walter
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim Julian Nagelsmann 9 Jun 30, 2019 1235 Alfred Schreuder
Borussia Mönchengladbach Dieter Hecking 5 Jun 30, 2019 921 Marco Rose
1.FC Nuremberg Boris Schommers 18 Jun 30, 2019 138 Damir Canadi
Hertha BSC Pál Dárdai 11 Jun 30, 2019 1606 Ante Covic
RB Leipzig Ralf Rangnick 3 Jun 30, 2019 356 Julian Nagelsmann
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2019.08.19 16:29 quatrotires What To Watch This Week (19-25 August)

These posts are as much for me as they are for you. So please feel free to reply with your suggestions for what to watch, and make a case for any game to be considered 'must watch', in which case I will bold it. The time zone used to sort games was LIS (Lisbon) time zone, so no, the game is not on a wrong date.
Monday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
18:00 / 13:00 Spartak Moskva vs CSKA Moskva Russian League
20:00 / 15:00 Wolves vs Manchester United Premier League
Tuesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
19:45 / 14:45 Derby County vs Bristol City Championship
20:00 / 15:00 APOEL vs Ajax Champions League Play-off round
20:00 / 15:00 CFR Cluj vs Slavia Praha Champions League Play-off round
20:00 / 15:00 LASK Linz vs Club Brugge Champions League Play-off round
Wednesday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
1:30 / 20:30 Grêmio vs Palmeiras Copa Libertadores Quarter-Finals
20:00 / 15:00 Dinamo Zagreb vs Rosenborg Champions League Play-off round
20:00 / 15:00 Olympiacos vs Krasnodar Champions League Play-off round
20:00 / 15:00 Young Boys vs Crvena Zvezda (Red Star) Champions League Play-off round
23:15 / 18:15 Quito vs Boca Juniors Copa Libertadores Quarter-Finals
23:15 / 18:15 Atlético Paranaense vs São Paulo Brasileirão
Thursday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
1:00 / 20:00 DC United vs New York Red Bulls Major League Soccer
1:30 / 20:30 Flamengo vs Internacional Copa Libertadores Quarter-Finals
19:00 / 14:00 AEK Athens vs Trabzonspor Europa League Play-off round
19:00 / 14:00 Legia Warszawa vs Rangers Europa League Play-off round
19:30 / 14:30 AZ Alkmaar vs Royal Antwerp Europa League Play-off round
19:30 / 14:30 Steaua Bucureşti vs Vitória de Guimarães Europa League Play-off round
19:30 / 14:30 KAA Gent vs Rijeka Europa League Play-off round
19:30 / 14:30 PSV Eindhoven vs Apollon Limassol Europa League Play-off round
19:30 / 14:30 RC Strasbourg vs Eintracht Frankfurt Europa League Play-off round
19:45 / 14:45 SC Braga vs Spartak Moskva Europa League Play-off round
19:45 / 14:45 Celtic vs AIK Europa League Play-off round
20:00 / 15:00 Espanyol vs Zorya Luhansk Europa League Play-off round
20:00 / 15:00 Torino vs Wolves Europa League Play-off round
23:15 / 18:15 River Plate vs Cerro Porteno Copa Libertadores Quarter-Finals
Friday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
1:30 / 20:30 Corinthians vs Fluminense Copa Sudamericana Quarter-Finals
19:30 / 14:30 1. FC Köln vs Borussia Dortmund Bundesliga
19:30 / 14:30 Genk vs Anderlecht Jupiler Pro League
20:00 / 15:00 Aston Villa vs Everton Premier League
21:15 / 16:15 Rio Ave vs Desportivo Aves Primeira Liga
Saturday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
1:00 / 20:00 Orlando City vs Atlanta United FC Major League Soccer
3:00 / 22:00 Portland Timbers vs Seattle Sounders Major League Soccer
14:30 / 9:30 1. FSV Mainz 05 vs Borussia Mönchengladbach Bundesliga
15:00 / 10:00 Manchester United vs Crystal Palace Premier League
15:00 / 10:00 Stoke City vs Leeds United Championship
17:00 / 12:00 Parma vs Juventus Serie A
17:00 / 12:00 Krasnodar vs Lokomotiv Moskva Russian League
17:30 / 12:30 FC Schalke 04 vs Bayern München Bundesliga
17:30 / 12:30 Liverpool vs Arsenal Premier League
18:00 / 13:00 Real Madrid vs Valladolid La Liga
19:00 / 14:00 SL Benfica vs FC Porto Primeira Liga
19:45 / 14:45 Fiorentina vs Napoli Serie A
19:45 / 14:45 Başakşehir vs Fenerbahçe Turkey - Süper Lig
Sunday
Time (LIS / LIS -5) Match Competition Round
14:00 / 9:00 Bournemouth vs Manchester City Premier League
14:00 / 9:00 Östersunds FK vs AIK Allsvenskan
14:30 / 9:30 RB Leipzig vs Eintracht Frankfurt Bundesliga
15:00 / 10:00 Celtic vs Heart of Midlothian Scottish Premiership
16:00 / 11:00 RC Strasbourg vs Stade Rennais Ligue 1
16:30 / 11:30 Tottenham Hotspur vs Newcastle United Premier League
17:00 / 12:00 Hertha Berlin vs VfL Wolfsburg Bundesliga
18:30 / 13:30 Portimonense vs Sporting CP Primeira Liga
19:45 / 14:45 AS Roma vs Genoa Serie A
19:45 / 14:45 Sampdoria vs Lazio Serie A
20:00 / 15:00 Barcelona vs Real Betis La Liga
20:00 / 15:00 Paris Saint-Germain vs Toulouse Ligue 1
WhatToWatchThisWeek
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