FIFA considering changes to transfer windows system

first_img At present, teams are permitted to sign players in two windows, in summer and winter but that now seems likely to change as a result of the pandemic. read also:FIFA Ranking: Covid-19 declares operation stay where you are! FIFA’s director of football regulations said: “We could see the opening of a third transfer window,” to German TV channel ARD Sportschau. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 FIFA could introduce a third transfer window to help clubs to recover when football resumes. If some leagues continue well into the year then FIFA are considering a flexible approach to transfers to allow teams to buy and sell players at different times.Advertisement Loading… FIFA are considering changes to the transfer windows system due to the coronavirus suspension. Promoted ContentTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldSuperhero Castings That People Hated But Were AmazingA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes8 Best 1980s High Tech GadgetsBest Car Manufacturers In The World7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?last_img read more

Wellington girls complete tennis season with 3 state medalists and 8th place team finish

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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Mother Judy Fink gives her daughter Maggie Fink a hug after the state tournament (photo by Coni Adams)By Brian Aufdengarten, Wellington head girls tennis coach — It was a bittersweet ending to the tennis season, We sent both of our varsity seniors out making the Class 4A State Tennis Tournament in Winfield with a medal.After playing three years in doubles, Wellington High School senior Peyton Adams made the switch to the singles side.Peyton Adams finishes 11th place to finish her senior career.We’ve had two goals all year. Let’s make state and let’s get a medal. A state medal has eluded Peyton for the past two years.  Day one didn’t start real well for Peyton when she dropped her opening round match to Muller from Hayden 6-4, 3-6, 11-13.  The loss dropped Peyton to the backside where she found her game and beat Nisley from Nickerson 9-2, then beat a hard hitting Gibson from Bishop Miege 9-2.  The win qualified Peyton for day two and a guaranteed medal spot.  Peyton had to open up Saturday with the state runner up last season Ediger from McPherson.  Peyton dropped the match 9-2, then pitted her against Muller from Hayden again.  Muller got the upper hand again winning 9-7.In Adams last match she found another Hayden player Coleman but Peyton played outstanding winning 9-3. Adams placed 11th overall and accomplished the two goals set at the beginning of the year.Maggie Fink serves during her first match of the tournament.Wellington’s other senior Maggie Fink also set a goal at the beginning of the year after being one match away with then partner Madison Adams, to make state.  This year she paired up with freshman Mekenna Adams and the pair had an amazing weekend going 5-2 overall.  The pair opened with a win over Baldwin 6-3,6-1. Their next match was against regional winner Independence and the Wellington pair nearly pulled off an upset but lost 6-2, 3-6, 3-10.They also fell to the backside of the bracket and also pulled off two matches in a row beating Wamego 9-0, and Pratt 9-3.  On Saturday the pair also had to open up with the best backside team Mcpherson and lost 0-9.  We told them the score didn’t show the closeness of that match with around 5 games going to deuce and we didn’t win.Mekenna Adams is the first freshman in Wellington High tennis history to have medalled at state.Fink and Adams then put that match behind them and beat Smoky Valley 9-5 then beat Chanute 9-2.  For Fink she surpassed her goal of getting to state but she and Adams finished with a 9th place medal to cap off a great season.Wellington’s doubles of Madison Adams and Ryleigh Buck just narrowly missed playing on day two.  The pair had the longest wait of any team in the tournament because of their first round bye.  The pair waited from 9 a.m. until they finally got on the court after 1:30 p.m.That long wait probably hurt us we started slow against a team that already had a match played in Independence.  Wellington dropped the first set 3-6, but then came alive and won 6-1.  In the third set tiebreaker Independence came out on top 10-3.Ryleigh Buck returned to tennis this year as a junior after not playing in 2013.Adams and Buck then beat Parsons on the backside 9-2. In their next match the Wellington pair played Hayden and it was an even match throughout ties at 5-5, but after a close line call against Wellington, we became a little flustered and gave Hayden an extra game.  Adams and Buck battled back after being down 8-5 to send the match to a tiebreak, but Wellington lost the heartbreaking match 7-4.Madison and Ryleigh played so good for us all year and played a tough No. 1 doubles schedule, at one time out of 29 matches they had played 19 state qualifiers.I’m very proud of these two for making to state for the first time. They didn’t play their best this weekend and ran into a tough bracket.  What is great is all the girls contributed to our team scores.  Wellington placed 8th out of 23 teams.Madi Adams is a junior this season and will return as of the top tennis players.I’m very proud of our team this year, the girls supported each other so well and it was a fun team to coach.  A big shoutout to many Wellington students and to all the parents, grandparents, and friends that came out to support the team and to Crusader Club.For more pictures or to see the one’s above at full size click here.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more