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Jones was born in Equatorial Guinea on October 27, 1938. He played for Atletico Madrid from 1959 to 1967. He helped Atletico Madrid win 1 La Liga championship, 3 King's Cup championships and 1 European Cup Winners' Cup championship. He played 129 times in various competitions. Scored 50 goals. With his excellent ability and physical fitness, Jones has played as a winger, midfielder and even a central defender in addition to the striker.
In the 1962 European Cup Winners' Cup final, Jones opened the scoring in the second round, helping Atletico Madrid beat Florence 3-0, and finally won the championship with a total score of 4-1.For more information on "Atletico Madrid's legendary striker died at the age of 81 and was admitted to hospital due to infection with new coronary pneumonia", please continue to pay attention to the sports information column, and the editor will continue to update you with more sports news.
According to Spanish media reports, Barcelona has signed a temporary dismissal agreement on Wednesday local time, and the 309 affected employees will receive 100% of their salaries.Radio Searle said the contributions of the first-team members had enabled them to receive full pay, with 309 of the 540 staff affected, with the agreement to take effect from April 14. When the situation in Spain returns to normal, Barcelona will abandon the temporary dismissal agreement, return to normal 15 days before the start of the game, and the staff will return to work.
Previously, Barcelona officially announced that the first team members will take a 70% pay cut. And provide additional donations to ensure that all non-player staff pay 100% of their salaries.For more information on "Barcelona has signed a temporary dismissal agreement and 309 employees receive 100% of their salaries", please continue to pay attention to the sports information column. The editor will continue to update you with more sports news.
The Italian Football Federation has begun drafting medical guidelines for the possible restart of Serie A, and its medical committee held a video conference on Wednesday to "analyze and define safeguards protocols for football in the event that sports activities are allowed to resume."Serie A was suspended on March 9 due to the coronavirus outbreak. There are currently 139,422 confirmed cases in Italy and 17,669 deaths. Experts say new cases, deaths and intensive care unit admissions are falling, with peaks and plateaus over. The Football Association hopes to complete the league this season and reduce economic losses. The idea of restarting from May 20 to 28 may be realized. The Italian Football Association previously stated that if necessary, the Serie A season can last until September or October.