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Belgium: Eden Hazard confessed not being 100 before the start of the European Championship
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Belgium: Eden Hazard confessed not being 100 before the start of the European Championship

The captain of the Belgian team, Eden HazardHe commented this Thursday that he is not yet "one hundred percent" and that he has yet to speak with the coach, Roberto Martinez, and with the medical team to see what their role will be in the debut of the Red Devils on Saturday against Russia. "I was able to play 10 minutes against Croatia (in the friendly last Sunday). I've only done a full week of training. We will see with the medical team what I will do for the first game. To begin with, it will be the coach's choice but I am not 100% yet, so we will see what we will do, "he said in an interview with public radio television RTBF. The attacker of the Real Madrid has lived two seasons without continuity and plagued with injuries and reached the concentration of Belgium between cottons, s...
Telefónica puts its logistics subsidiary Zeleris up for sale
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Telefónica puts its logistics subsidiary Zeleris up for sale

Telefónica advances in its divestment plan. The company tries to take advantage of the boom in the logistics sector and has put its subsidiary in this business, Zeleris, on the market, according to financial sources. Five days. In fact, it has received the first offers of venture capital funds by a company that Telefónica itself rates around 100 million. Jose María Álvarez Pallete's plan to reduce Telefónica's debt, of 35,000 million at the end of the first quarter, and to bring out value in the large Spanish telecom company is progressing at a good pace. After having sold Telxius' tower business to American Tower for 7,700 million, received approval from the competition authorities for the merger of its operator in the United Kingdom with Virgin and incorporated partners in its subsid...
Honor and flowers for Capablanca
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Honor and flowers for Capablanca

A couple of weeks ago, under a terrifying heat, the grave of the great Cuban chess player José Raúl Capablanca woke up full of flowers in the Colón cemetery in Havana. His is a singular grave, in which instead of an angel or a cross a majestic white marble king guards the remains of the former world chess champion (1921-1927), the only Spanish-speaking monarch in the history of the discipline. One hundred years ago, on April 20, 1921, Capablanca defeated then-champion Emmanuel Lasker, a brilliant German player who for years delayed the confrontation with the Cuban challenger knowing what was coming. Lasker, who had seen him play and win important tournaments, finally agreed to fight Capablanca in Havana in a 24-game match, whoever reached 12.5 points or eight victories would be the win...