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Football: Goes from youth FC Utrecht to Israeli Football Association

10.05 am: Jelle Goes leaves the FC Utrecht youth academy and becomes technical director of the Israeli Football Association. The 50-year-old Goes will start working in Israel from May 15. He worked at FC Utrecht as manager of the academy since the beginning of 2018.

“Jelle has taken good steps with the academy in recent years and has brought the youth academy to the level we are now,” says technical director Jordy Zuidam. “When we took office, we consciously opted for a term of three years, in order to be able to really build with the academy and take it to the next level. However, we also knew about Jelle’s ambitions to work in other positions in the football world. ”

Goes was previously the national coach of Estonia, head of the youth academy at PSV and the Russian clubs CSKA Moscow and Anzji and he worked as a technical manager at the KNVB.

Football: Amateur clubs are losing, less worry about survival

09.31 am: More than half of the amateur clubs in football are sure that the season will end with a loss due to the corona crisis. Still, the acute emergency is less than expected in May. At the time, 18 percent feared for survival if there was no football. Now less than 5 percent of the associations say that they are concerned about this at the moment.

This is evident from a survey by the Association of Amateur Football Associations (BAV), which includes approximately 1,600 clubs.

Only 14 percent do not think they will make a loss, while 34 percent still have doubts. The numbers about the losses are higher than the 2019-2020 season. Of those surveyed, 61.6 percent indicated that they did not close that financial year with a loss. No less than 82.7 percent of the respondents received help from the government through one or more support packages.

Formula 1: Aston Martin also returns as a safety car

08.45 am: Aston Martin will also return to Formula 1 as a safety car. The organization of the leading racing competitions announced that two brands will fill this role with effect from the coming season. In recent years, Mercedes did that alone. They are now going to alternate each race.

Earlier it became clear that the British car brand Aston Martin will return to Formula 1 after more than sixty years. The team is the continuation of Racing Point and owned by Lawrence Stroll, the wealthy father of driver Lance Stroll. Aston Martin uses engines from Mercedes.

The safety car is used when circumstances cannot guarantee a safe continuation of the race.

Basketball: James’ team wins All-Starduel

8.15 am: The LeBron James team has won the annual All-Star basketball game of the players of the American professional league NBA against the team around Kevin Durant. The favorite for the festive duel did that with 170-150.

Beforehand, James had expressed the necessary criticism that the game was played in these corona times. He thought it was actually not responsible to fly players from all over the world to Atlanta to participate in the match.

The team of James (LA Lakers) included the outstanding Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks), Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors), Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks) and Nikola Jokic (Denver Nuggets).

The opponent was disabled. Durant himself did not participate due to an injury.

Athletics: International Federation Launches Action for Gender Equality

07.00 am: World athletics association World Athletics is launching a campaign on Monday to further work on gender equality within sport. Under the hashtag #WeGrowAthletics, the association wants to increase the role of girls and women in athletics on three fronts. There must be more women in leadership positions, traditions must be broken and social platforms must pay more attention to stories about women. The action starts on March 8, International Women’s Day.

The aim of World Athletics is to have the number of men and women in board positions in balance by 2027. Now the ratio is still 70 percent men against 30 percent women. The union also wants to break with a number of traditions in which there is inequality. In 2022, for example, the World Cup in Oregon will conclude for the first time with a section for women. “Gender equality should no longer be a theoretical discussion in an organization,” said President Sebastian Coe. “More needs to be done. Athletics has been an example in many ways since the 1980s, for example in terms of an equal program for men and women and equal pay. But there is still more to do. ”

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