Barça lowers € 15M its salary cap and another 11 raise it

first_imgMore than half of LaLiga teams have readjusted their salary limit after a convulsive month of January with ups and downs. This concept includes the money that can be spent on salaries for players, coach, second coach and physical trainer (inscribable template), as well as in the subsidiary, the quarry and other sections (non-sign-in template). This includes as many fixed wages as variables, collective premiums, social security, amortization and acquisition expenses, which takes into account the commissions given to the representatives. Its calculation is made from the difference between income (television, commercial, …) and structural expenses (those mentioned above). From there, It is each club that has its own salary limit (which you can download if you wish to invest money in other games such as works in a stadium), must comply with the regulations of the Economic Control of LaLiga and, subsequently, be approved by the Validation Body. In case of having a salary limit that does not guarantee the stability of the club, this body would reduce it to an amount that would guarantee it.Total, Eleven teams have adjusted their salary limit upward. The most, the Espanyol, One of the great agitators of the transfer market this winter. It has gone from 68.73 million to 86.34. Almost 18 million euros. They have also increased their salary ceiling on Valencia (+6.4), Villarreal (+4.8), Betis (+2.08), Real Sociedad (+4.43), Celtic (+6.2), Getafe (+7.51), Osasuna (+0.15), Granada (+2.43), Valladolid (+2.83) and Mallorca (+3.56). Majorca33,53329,968+3,565 Celtic68,32362,123+6,200 Alaves49,37149,771-1,600 Pomegranate37,89835,461+2,437 See gallery Real society85,57281,135+4,437 * The amounts are expressed in thousands of euros. Getafe63,79956,284+7,515 Barcelona656,429671,429-fifteen LaLiga has made official salary limit updates that each First Division team has after the closing of the transfer market. Barcelona, ​​with 656.43 million, is the one with the highest ceiling in this section, but has reduced it by € 15M compared to what had been marked in September (671.43). The Catalans lower their cap on the cost of the sports squad when they still have to sign a ‘nine’ as a replacement for the long-lasting injury of Dembélé.The reasons why Barcelona has been able to see how its salary limit was reduced it may be due to reasons of operations that have increased their structural expenditure and forced to reduce their expenditure on staff or because they have entered less than budgeted because it is not going to be fulfilled (as it may be not to have won the Super Cup, to have fallen in the Cup or because the profit volume by players is not reached). Of course, that the salary cap has been reduced may not influence the purchase of a forward, since they have 656, 43 million margin and does not mean that they have everything busy. If they needed more they could increase it, since one of the options to do so is to have a long-term injury. Athletic103,183103,1830 Athletic348,500348,5000 Osasuna38,84638,693+153 Even so, Barcelona remains the team with the greatest margin to invest in its workforce. Real Madrid follows, which unlike its great competitor, maintains the same ceiling in salaries as the one marked in September (641.04). Third, but almost with half that blaugrana and whites, is the Athletic (348.00). The rojiblancos, like Madrid, Sevilla (185.17), Athletic (103.18), Levante (54.6), Leganés (52.08) and EIbar (47.12) are the only ones that have not changed this concept with respect to the stipulated after the summer window of signings. The ‘9’ that are on the list of FC Barcelonacenter_img Leganés52,08252,0820 Salary limits in First Real Madrid641.049641.0490 Spanish86,33868,738+17,600 Villarreal113,387108,587+4,800 Angel (32 years old)Getafe – Market value: € 7.50 M (* according to Transfermarkt)Photo:DAILY AS / PEPE ANDRES Loren (26 years old)Betis – Market value: € 20 M (* according to Transfermarkt)Photo:DAILY AS / Toni Rodriguez February 2020September 2019Difference I raised54,60454,6040 Eibar47,12347,1230 Valladolid34,86732,034+2,833 Seville185,166185,1660 Betis102,426100,346+2,080 Valencia177,107170,673+6,434last_img read more

Car crashes into sushi restaurant in Deerfield Beach no injuries

first_imgDEERFIELD BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – No injuries were reported after a car crashed into a sushi restaurant in Deerfield Beach.Rescue crews responded to Kevin’s Sushi and Thai Restaurant, located near Southeast Seventh Street and South Federal Highway, just after 6:30 p.m., Monday.Cellphone video captured the aftermath where the silver BMW could be seen inside the restaurant.There were no reported injuries from the driver or the occupants of the restaurant.After assessing the damage to the building, firefighters said the business would remain closed until a city engineer could further investigate the structural integrity.The cause of the crash remains under investigation.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

STUBA hits the road in the UK and Ireland

first_imgSTUBA hits the road in the UK and Ireland STUBA hits the road in the UK & Ireland STUBA hits the road in the UK and IrelandStuba has thousands of properties in the UK & Ireland, with one city being a standout for travellers the world over.Founded in 841, Dublin was originally settled by Vikings amongst a population of Celtic tribes. In the 9th century the Danes captured Dublin and had control until 1171 when they were expelled by King Henry II of England. By the 14th century the king of England controlled Dublin and the nearby area referred to as “the Pale”.When the English Civil Wars ended in 1649, Oliver Cromwell took over. Dublin experienced huge growth and development in the 17th century because many Protestant refugees from Europe came to Dublin. By the 17th century Dublin was the second greatest city, only behind London, and a period when great Georgian style buildings were constructed that still stand today. Georgian style architecture was popular from 1720 to 1840 during the times when George I, George II, George III, and George IV of England were ruling.Fast forward to modern times, and you will find Dublin a vibrant, exciting and culturally interesting place, and the entry point for most international visitors.Some of the best things to do and see include:St Patrick’s Cathedral: Founded in 1191, it is the largest church in Ireland. Guided tours regularly, enquire when purchasing ticketsDublin Castle: A little different to what visitors might expect, but still worth the visit. The former seat of British rule, it invokes thoughts of times past. Guided tours are available for just a few EurosDublinia & the Viking World:  heritage centre located in central Dublin, at the heart of the medieval city. The exhibitions at Dublinia explore life as it was in the medieval city and the world of the Vikings. Discounted admission to the Christ Church Cathedral availableGeneral Post Office (GPO): The General Post Office (GPO) is one of Ireland’s most iconic buildings. For almost 200 years it has been the headquarters of the Post Office in Ireland. It was designed by Francis Johnston in Neo Classical style and took four years to build from 1814-1818. In 1916 it was taken over by Irish Rebels led by P.H. Pearse. During the Easter Rising, The interior was completely destroyed. Amazingly, the beautiful exterior managed to survive the shelling from General Maxwell’s forces and fires causedDublin Writers Museum:  Located in an 18th century house, the museum is dedicated to Irish literature and the lives of individual Irish writers such as Shaw, Joyce, Yeats & PearseOld Library at Trinity College & Book of Kells:  The gorgeously illustrated original manuscript of the Book of Kells is the main draw here, but the massive Long Hall of the Old library itself is equally if not even more impressive.Guinness Storehouse: no need for any introduction here. A great tour of the brewing process; and surprisingly, the beer testes better here due to the special Dublin water ! Thanks to travelwiki for the tipscenter_img Source = STUBA.comlast_img read more