Amazon Music recently launched their new “Produced By” series, featuring Amazon Original music developed to spotlight “today’s community of producers working behind the scenes to develop the best in music.”The new series pairs producers with a collection of today’s top genre-spanning artists to create exclusive recordings for Amazon Music listeners. Earlier last month, GRAMMY Award-winning, Memphis-based producer Matt Ross-Spang was brought into the spotlight with the release of Margo Price’s Amazon Original song, “Leftovers”. Today, Margo Price has shared a video to accompany her newly released “Leftovers” single.“I had so much fun working with Casey Pierce on this project,” explains Price in a press release. “I really got to cut loose during the filming, I smoked a joint and started crawling around on the floor inside the room of mirrors. As far as the styling goes, I brought some of my loudest/most obnoxious outfits and did a lot of costume changes to keep things bright and colorful. In the video, I’m wearing a sequin jumper that my friend Elizabeth NeSmith made me, a red rhinestone Nudie-style suit made by Ashlyn Evans, a white fringe Elvis-inspired number by Wallflower San Fran, and a black suit made by the legendary Manuel.”About Matt Ross-Spang, a press release details:Matt Ross-Spang began interning at Sun Studio at age 16, eventually working his way up to Chief Engineer & Operations Manager. In 2015, Ross-Spang left Sun to become an independent engineer, producer, & mixer based primarily out of the legendary 1960 time capsule studio Sam Phillips Recording Service. Recent productions by Matt include both albums by Margo Price, as well as the latest Lucero, Nicki Bluhm and Sean Rowe records. He won two GRAMMY Awards for his work on Jason Isbell’s Something More Than Free and The Nashville Sound, and has worked on several GRAMMY-Nominated Albums such as Lori McKenna’s The Bird and the Rifle, Brent Cobb’s Shine On Rainy Day and Luther Dickinson’s Blues and Ballads. He recently mixed unreleased Elvis Presley tracks for the compilation album Way Down in the Jungle Room and the Elvis documentary The Searcher . More info is available on Matt Ross-Spang’s official website.“Leftovers” was recorded in RCA’s historic Studio A with Margo Price’s touring band, which features drummer Dillon Napier, bassist Kevin Black, guitarist Jamie Davis, slide guitarist Luke Schneider, and Jeremy Ivey on acoustic guitar & piano. Watch the new video for Margo Price’s “Leftovers” below:Margo Price – “Leftovers” (Official Video)[Video: Margo Price]
Promoter Eddie Hearn says Joshua vs. Pulev could take place in a “quirky” location with Croatia offering a coliseum to stage the world title clash.“Other ideas we have are 1,000 people somewhere strange and quirky. I’ve got a few things up my sleeve. We’re talking about castles, plush hotels, maybe even on a boat,” he revealed.“Croatia have offered a coliseum – and that’s beautiful – and we’re still open to options and flexible.“These are all things thinking outside of the box – it just depends what’s allowed.” Loading… Read Also: La Liga: Spanish capital prepares for Real Madrid title paradeHowever, Hearn is looking at London’s O2 Arena which depends on whether the Government ease restrictions.“By November, can we go to 16,000 people at the O2? Right now, we’re handcuffed by the regulations,” he added.If victorious against Pulev, Joshua is slated to fight WBC title holder Tyson Fury in a monstrous two-fight ‘Battle of Britain’ deal in 2021. Promoted ContentSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That ExistTop 10 Must-Know Facts About Ivanka TrumpThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe Origin Story Of The Best Chocolate Thing Ever Created20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”Who Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?This Is Hachi, And He’s The Happiest Dog On InstagramCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hoot14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now And ‘AJ’ looks in fine form as he wowed the online boxing community with his scary power while sitting down.The British star shared a clip of himself smashing a punching bag with powerful left-hooks from a seated position.Needless to say, Joshua’s training video sent social media wild.“This guy is sitting and still landing bombs,” one Twitter user wrote.A second tweeted: “Left hooks from HELL.”A third added: “Hardest hitter on the planet.” Anthony Joshua has left boxing fans stunned after showing off his punching power while sitting down in a recent training clip ahead of his Kubrat Pulev fight.Joshua, 30, is set to defend his world heavyweight titles against Pulev later this year after the original date was postponed due to COVID-19. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享
Leading England amateurs will follow in the footsteps of Masters champion Sergio Garcia and Olympic champion Justin Rose when they head to Spain later this month to defend the Seve Ballesteros Trophy in a mixed international. The match has always featured top players, with Garcia and Rose featuring in the 1997 teams. The roll of honour also includes Tommy Fleetwood, David Howell, Jose Maria Olazabal, Alvaro Quiros, Pablo Larrazabal and Ignacio Garrido. This year’s team includes Amateur Champion Scott Gregory, British stroke play champion Sophie Lamb, English amateur champion Dan Brown and Lytham Trophy winner Alfie Plant alongside Louisa Brunt, Gemma Clews, Bradley Moore, Marco Penge, Georgia Price and Jack Singh-Brar. The two-day match takes place at El Saler Golf Club, Valencia, from 29-30 April. The event started in 1985, is played biennially and became a mixed event in 2015, when England won at Burnham and Berrow, Somerset. It was the team’s 14th win, while Spain have won twice. The players Dan Brown, 22, (Masham, Yorkshire) is the English amateur champion and also won the North of England amateur. He tied third in this season’s South African stroke play and shared the qualifying honours in the South African amateur championship. Louisa Brunt, 18, (Royal Birkdale, Lancashire) made her English women’s team debut in the recent European Nations Cup. She was an England girl international who last season won the women’s Pleasington Putter. Gemma Clews, 22, (Delamere Forest, Cheshire) has just won the Delamere Comboy Scratch and the Hampshire Rose. She helped England win the 2016 women’s Home Internationals and was third on the England Golf Women’s Order of Merit. Scott Gregory, 22, (Corhampton, Hampshire) won the 2016 Amateur Championship and has subsequently played in The Open and The Masters. He helped England to win the world silver medal at the Eisenhower Trophy and won the 2016 England men’s Order of Merit. This season he has won the New South Wales Amateur. Sophie Lamb, 19, (Clitheroe, Lancashire) is the British women’s stroke play champion, won the England Golf Women’s Order of Merit and helped England win the Women’s Home Internationals. She was runner up in the 2017 Hampshire Rose. Bradley Moore, 19, (Kedleston Park, Derbyshire) was joint runner-up in the 2016 Lytham Trophy, was in England’s winning team against France and helped Europe win the Bonallack Trophy. This season he was third in the Avondale Amateur in Australia. Marco Penge, 18, (Golf at Goodwood, Sussex) was runner-up in both the New South Wales amateur and the Spanish amateur championships this season. Last year he tied for the French amateur before being pipped in a play-off. Alfie Plant, 24, (Sundridge Park, Kent) won the 2016 Lytham Trophy and sank the birdie putt which secured England’s world championship silver medal at the Eisenhower Trophy, where he was third individually. He was runner up on the England Golf Men’s Order of Merit. Georgia Price, 23, (Bude & North Cornwall) was runner up on the 2016 England Golf Women’s Order of Merit after results which included second place in the English stroke play and third in the British stroke play championships. Jack Singh Brar, 20, (Remedy Oak, Dorset) has just won the Selborne Salver and the Hampshire Salver. He was runner-up in the prestigious 2017 Avondale Amateur in Australia, has had solid results in this season’s match play events and represented England in the European Nations Cup. Caption: Dan Brown, watched by Bradley Moore (image © Leaderboard Photography) 18 Apr 2017 Leading players to defend Ballesteros Trophy
BILL NEAL:10—DO – NOT – BE – CONCERNED dear ones about the Pirates getting slapped around by the Milwaukee Brewers.They’ve been slapping everybody around, including Boston and Philadelphia, on what has become a seven game winning streak. And this early in the season. That’s impressive. That, plus the Brewers always give us trouble.:09—Okay, as you know, I am not that smart when it comes to numbers, but here’s this, the Browns signed their two time Pro-Bowl center, Alex Mack, to a league high $42 million. The Steelers’ Maukice Pouncey made his first three Pro Bowls…alright then, you do the math!:08—Man, this is sad news. Former Atlanta Hawk shooting star Lou “Sweet Lou” Hudson died at age 69 in Atlanta where he was hospitalized following a stroke. Hudson averaged 20 points a game in 13 NBA seasons. I had the great pleasure of meeting and sharing a few meals with Mr. Hudson during the shooting of the legendary film “The Fish that Saved Pittsburgh.” Yeah, I was in the movie, now shut up!
Rafael Bejarano10925241823%$1,132,782 Elvis Trujillo585479%$269,290 Mike Puype4147610%$336,790 PROSPECT PARK RETURNS IN SUNDAY’S AFFIRMEDProspect Park is one of five 3-year-olds entered in a small but select field for Sunday’s Grade III Affirmed Stakes, a race Cliff Sise Jr. hopes will be a start to bigger and better things this summer for the son of Tapit owned and bred by Pam and Martin Wygod.Prospect Park drew the No. 5 post position in the 1 1/16-mile race for 3-year-olds.“I’m happy with the outside post,” Sise said. “It gives us options on strategy. I see him sitting outside, second or third, and doing his thing in the stretch.”Prospect Park will be making his first start since April 4, when he finished a troubled fourth behind front-running winner Dortmund in the Grade I Santa Anita Derby.The Affirmed, race three of nine: Gimme Da Lute, Martin Garcia, 5-2; Cyrus Alexander, Rafael Bejarano, 4-1; Cross the Line, Corey Nakatani, 10-1; Om, Fernando Perez, 2-1; and Prospect Park, Kent Desormeaux, 6-5. Gary Stevens1953326%$501,450 Philip D’Amato41136432%$689,940 Tyler Baze13524152418%$1,295,340 Drayden Van Dyke76109713%$439,442 Eddie Truman1361246%$223,150 Tiago Pereira4589518%$341,040 BLUE COLLAR PEDROZA TAKES RED EYE TO NEW YORKWhile Kent Desormeaux, Martin Garcia, Mike Smith and Gary Stevens are already ensconced in New York gearing up for their stakes commitments on Belmont Stakes Day tomorrow, Martin Pedroza was taking care of business first at Santa Anita today.He is scheduled to ride four horses, including Half Dome Dude in the eighth and final before taking a red-eye to the Big Apple where he rides multiple Grade I winner Private Zone in the Grade I, $1,250,000 Metropolitan Handicap on Saturday.It’s just business as usual for the blue collar rider, who turns 50 on July 20.“Today we start racing at 4 o’clock,” said Pedroza’s long-time agent, Richie Silverstein. “The last race should be over by 7:30, we should be out of here by 8, his plane leaves at 11:32, so we have plenty of time. Martin has time to go home and have dinner first if he wants to.“For Marty, today is just another work day.” FINISH LINES: Tough Sunday, the “Medical Miracle” California-bred trained by Steve Miyadi for owner/breeder Nick Alexander, is breezing steadily as he prepares for his return to the races after being sidelined since late January, and could run against California-breds later this month if an overnight race fills. “That would be a prep for the Real Good Deal Stakes at Del Mar,” Miyadi said. “He’s doing great.” Tough Sunday worked five furlongs Friday in 1:05.40. “The time was slow,” said Miyadi, who saddled She Hums to an $18 upset in yesterday’s first race, “but we’ll give him a sharper work next time.” . . . Laz Barrera winner Kentuckian, ticketed for the Los Alamitos Derby on July 4, worked five furlongs for Jerry Hollendorfer Friday in 59.40. Other stakes winners that breezed for the Hall of Fame trainer included Sahara Sky and Wild Dude, five furlongs in 59.60 and 59.80, respectively, while Sam’s Sister went six furlongs in a bullet 1:13.20 . . . O’Neill’s No. One: Trainer Doug O’Neill has four horses entered today. Three drew the inside post, while the other, Diamond Stilettos, landed in the No. 2 slot next to stablemate One More, who got the rail in the third race . . . A piece by CBS Evening News on Victor Espinoza promoting the Belmont Stakes and the Triple Crown can be viewed on the following link: https://youtu.be/OK7jyasw7xU . . . Condolences to the family of longtime Western Harness publicist Bob Wellman, who passed away May 26 at age 73 in Hemet, California . . . Santa Anita will host a book signing tomorrow of John Perrotta‘s new publication, “Racetracker,” from 12 noon to 2 p.m. across from Champions! Gift Shop. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Permanently Disabled Jockeys Fund. . .The Pari-mutuel, ADW and Simulcast Committee meeting of the California Horse Racing Board scheduled for Thursday, June 11, at Los Alamitos Race Course, has been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a yet-to-be determined site . . . Rosie Ybarra, hostess atthe popular dining and drink destination atClockers’ Corner, is wearing a party hat these mornings with a cobra on it in support of American Pharoah‘s pursuit of theTriple Crown, but she won’t go on record verbally. “No comment,” is all she would say. “I don’t want to jinx him.” Mario Gutierrez3553714%$259,348 TrainerSts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Richard Baltas43155435%$765,270 Michael Machowsky1954226%$133,170 Edwin Maldonado62812913%$337,450 Mike Smith3278322%$604,310 Santiago Gonzalez7361568%$308,376 Gonzalo Nicolas7666138%$222,508 (Current Through Thursday, June 4) Kent Desormeaux5158610%$266,334 Doug O’Neill781315917%$617,628 Jerry Hollendorfer47612613%$447,294 MOST HORSEMEN FAVOR ‘PHAROAH’ IN BELMONTPEDROZA GOING FROM ONE ‘ZONE’ TO ANOTHERPROSPECT PARK POISED FOR SUNDAY’S AFFIRMED Fernando Perez891614918%$582,950 Joseph Talamo951761818%$666,008 Martin Pedroza77511136%$297,844 Vann Belvoir3446512%$150,590 Bob Baffert2252523%$224,610 Felipe Valdez8271369%$321,900 SANTA ANITA STATISTICS Richard Mandella3087427%$656,410 AMERICAN PHAROAH RECEIVES TRIPLE CROWN MANDATEBe it loyalty or logic, Santa Anita-based horsemen see Santa Anita-basedAmerican Pharoah becoming the 12th winner of racing’s Triple Crown and the first since Affirmed in 1978 when the streaking son of Pionnerof the Nile runs in Saturday’s final jewel, the mile and a half Belmont Stakes.Following is a sampling of their thoughts on what horse might win:Barry Abrams: “American Pharoah, but Materiality and Frosted are horses to worry about.”A.C. Avila: “I saw him jog on TV and he was jumping, kicking and bucking. When a horse feels like that, it’s a very good sign. I’m afraid of Mubtaahij. Michael de Kock is a super trainer.”Richard Baltas: “I hope he wins. It would be good for the sport, but I’ve seen too many times when it didn’t happen. It might be Baffert’s turn, though.”David Bernstein: “If it rains, he’s a cinch. It’s always hard to pick against the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner.”Ray Bell: “He’s the best horse with the strongest constitution. We’ll find out. If any horse can beat him, I think it’s Frosted.”Vann Belvoir: “He looks pretty salty in there. There’s no speed to go with him.”Jim Cassidy: “He’s got a great shot. I hope he does it, but he’s got everything going against him, the distance, fresh horses, but if Victor (Espinoza) doesn’t get in trouble, I hope he does it.”Phil D’Amato: “No doubt he’s got a great chance.”Keith Desormeaux: “I think we’ve all had similar thoughts when there have been Triple Crown possibilities, which has been often in the last 20 years. You’re so excited about it and you want so much to see it happen that you always feel it’s going to be accomplished. I don’t recall ever having the feeling that a horse going for the Triple Crown was going to get beat in the Belmont. I thought California Chrome would do it, Big Brown, War Emblem, Real Quiet. It’s easy to see why they got beat after the race, but I think we’re all fans going into the Belmont.”Caesar Dominguez: “We’re going to have a Triple Crown winner. It will be good for the jockey, good for the trainer, and good for the owner who spends a lot of money in the sport and deserves a Triple Crown winner.”Neil Drysdale: “I would think he should do it.”Ron Ellis: “I have a lot of respect for him, he’s got a great shot, and I hope he does it.”Paddy Gallagher: “I said this before: American Pharoah floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee. Dortmund is like Mike Tyson. There have been others going for the Triple Crown I hoped could win, but it’s not about hope with Pharoah.”Mark Glatt: “I don’t see anything in there that can beat him.”Jorge Gutierrez: “I think he’s going to do it. The race sets up nicely for him. My only concern is Frosted. He’s fresh.”Eoin Harty: “It will be a tough contest but I think he’s up to the task.”Bruce Headley: “He’s a cinch, a super horse, bigger, better and faster than all of them.”Jerry Hollendorfer: “I think he can do it. He’s the best horse all right.”James Kasparoff: “I’m on the fence. There are some fresh horses in there, but if he won, it would be great.”Craig Lewis: “I’ll say this: American Pharoah is the only horse in the race that can win the Triple Crown.”Mike Machowsky: “I think American Pharoah will win, but my value play will be a 6-7 (Frosted-Keen Ice) exacta box. American Pharoah will be pretty tough to beat.”Gary Mandella: “American Pharoah is not a forgone conclusion in my opinion, with three races in five weeks on a very tight schedule. Frosted is a fresh horse.”Richard Mandella: “This is the year. This is it. American Pharoah looks that good.”Ron McAnally: “I’ve picked him all the way through and I can’t get off him now.”Sean McCarthy: “If he has the luck and energy, he’ll win it. He’s the best horse.”Steve Miyadi: “If it rains, there will be a Triple Crown winner. If it doesn’t, there won’t.”John Sadler: “A cinch. Everything’s lined up for him. He’s got the speed, a couple of horses got hurt. I don’t think it’s close.”Gary Stute: “American Pharoah wins rain or shine. Bob (Baffert) deserves it. I watched replays of Real Quiet getting beat (by a nose in the 1998 Belmont) the other day. Bob’s paid his dues.”Eddie Truman: “Absolutely. We’re going to be celebrating, all the stars are aligned.”Dennis O’Neill: “It’s a two-horse race, Frosted and American Pharoah. If it rains, it’s a one-horse race.”Hector Palma: “He looks like the best horse, but Materiality could be tough. He had a lot of problems in the Derby. It would be nice for a Mexican (Victor Espinoza) to win the Triple Crown. He’ll be a bigger hero than Pancho Villa.”Jorge Periban: “I love that horse. He’s going to do it. I don’t think anybody will beat him this time.”Cliff Sise Jr.: “As good as he looks on video, I don’t see how he can get beat. He has a stride I haven’t seen in a long time.”Tim Yakteen: “American Pharoah, of course. Let’s get lucky.”Ted H. West: “It’s so tough. It looks like he’s a super horse, but he has to win three races in five weeks. I hope he wins.”Dan Ward: “I hope he does it.”Howard Zucker: “I’ve been calling American Pharoah the Triple Crown winner for the last four months. I’m not stopping now.”First live post time at Santa Anita tomorrow is 11:30 a.m. Admission gates open at 8 a.m. Post time for the Belmont Stakes is 3:50 p.m. Pacific Time. JockeyMts1st2nd3rdWin%Money Won Martin Garcia2463325%$156,710 Peter Miller561413425%$549,080 Mark Glatt3846711%$231,554 Robertino Diodoro2252323%$153,690 Flavien Prat911718919%$1,079,100 John Sadler4759811%$281,038 Victor Espinoza3166619%$489,320
As the time of sharing and giving gets underway, the Salvation Army, in collaboration with the Private Sector Commission (PSC) and Food For The Poor Guyana, distributed some 1200 hampers to senior citizens.The activity was executed on Monday when the venerable organisation hosted its annual Christmas distribution exercise at its divisional headquarters, Alexander Street, Georgetown.PSC Chairman Eddie Boyer hands out a hamper on MondayThe facility was filled to capacity, leaving the organisers with no other alternative but to bring in extra seating. The Salvation Army’s Divisional Commander, Major Saint-Lot explained that the distribution drive would continue in 2018 and beyond, and as such, they would be soliciting the assistance of corporate Guyana.A section of the gathering at the Salvation Army’s annual Christmas distributionThe main supporters of the 1200 hampers included the Food For The Poor Guyana and the PSC.PSC Chairman Eddie Boyer told the gathering that the organisation’s charitable work would extend beyond the holiday season.Over the years, the Salvation Army has been raising funds using bell ringers outside various business places urging the public to donate. The monies collected are used in several areas, especially in counselling sessions for drug addicts and others.The gathering was entertained by renditions of Christmas carols.
For the second straight season, the A’s will have two players representing them at the All-Star Game in Cleveland.Matt Chapman was selected by his peers after finishing seventh among third baseman in the fan vote. Newly minted closer Liam Hendriks got the call as a replacement. Chapman will also participate in Monday night’s Home Run Derby.Here are some things to know about each of Oakland’s All-Stars:Chapman has eyes on more than All-Star Game, Home Run Derby The 26-year-old …
Serena may lack intimidation factor when she returns on tour, says Evert ADVT Above everything else, she aims to touch the youth with her talents. Valdez believes that children can learn more than being physically healthy from sports. With the ups and downs and constant learning from mistakes that comes with being involved in a team, kids can learn and put to heart being humble and respectful to the people around them.“More than being physically healthy, which everyone needs, it is important to be mentally and socially healthy as well by interacting and playing with other kids,” Valdez says, “They will learn a lot of the little things — saying thank you and sorry and a lot more.”Despite the very hectic schedule of a phenomenal athlete that goes around the world to compete and around the country to share her passion with children, Alyssa Valdez manages to stay healthy by making sure she eats right and takes FERN-C, the #1 Sodium Ascorbate non-acidic vitamin C in the Philippines, daily to get the daily vitamin boost she needs so that, in confidence, she can say “Tiwala Ako Na Kaya Ko!”Visit https://www.facebook.com/fernconline for more!ADVERTISEMENT Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Read Next MOST READ Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf PLAY LIST 01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games And true enough, she is doing just that.What with the daily grind of an athlete in training for an international competition, you’d think that during her downtime she’d choose to get the relaxation she very well deserves.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutOn the contrary, she spends her spare time going around the country to give back to her fans who have supported her career.“During my off season I make sure to go around the country to meet all the aspiring volleyball players,” Valdez says, “It’s one way of giving back all the blessings and the learnings I’ve got and one way of reminding myself where I came from.” Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients LATEST STORIES Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City View comments When on the go Alyssa believes this: “I can do more than what I’m doing right now.”ADVERTISEMENT BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC
DONE DEAL: Barnsley sign Fulham striker Cauley Woodrowby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarnsley have signed Fulham striker Cauley Woodrow on loan until January, when the deal will become permanent.The 23-year-old scored eight times in 54 league appearances for the Craven Cottage side.The former England Under-21 international also had loan spells with Southend, Burton and Bristol City.Woodrow, who could make his debut against Scunthorpe on Saturday, will replace Tom Bradshaw after he joined Millwall on Thursday. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Valencia coach Marcelino accepts he’s under pressureby Carlos Volcano9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveValencia coach Marcelino accepts his job is under review.Los Che drew 1-1 at home to Real Valladolid at the weekend, heaping more pressure on the head coach.”My job strengthens me and it gives me comfort,” he said. “I do not feel anything else because we are not winning at the moment and all I want to do is win.”I have never been given an ultimatum; it is a personal matter.”We are winners and when we do not win, we cause disappointment.”The other day [against Valladolid], we deserved to win but we just were not capable of turning it into a victory.”That is what saddens me the most.”It has happened to us a lot just lately and when it happens frequently, we begin to feel disillusioned.”I was already aware of the meeting before the game and I am not worried because if the owner decides he wants to get rid of the coaching staff then there is nothing I can do about it and I have to respect his decision.”I am convinced that we are on the right track and because of that I am optimistic and confident that our luck will soon change.”We have scored 17 goals from 263 chances.”This is something that has to change; it cannot last forever.”