Five things you might not know about Xabi Alonso




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Few players in the modern era displayed the effortless style and understanding of the game quite like Xabi Alonso.
Having won almost all there is to win as a player, Alonso is now trying his hand in management and will make his managerial debut in LaLiga as Real Sociedad B take on CD Leganes.
1. Born in Tolosa, in the Basque Country up on Spain’s northern coast, Xabi Alonso comes from a footballing family. His father Periko Alonso was part of the iconic Real Sociedad side which won two LaLiga Santander titles in the 1980s. His brothers are also immersed in the beautiful game. Mikel Alonso played many years in LaLiga as a midfielder, for CD Tenerife and their hometown Real Sociedad among others. His younger brother Jon Alonso, meanwhile, is a referee!
And believe it or not, he lived on the same street as fellow midfielder Mikel Arteta as a child!
2.  Xabi made his LaLiga debut aged just 18 for the club closest to his heart: Real Sociedad. He went on to play 114 matches for the club, scoring nine goals, during which time he quickly established himself as one of the brightest young talents in world football. He was also a key player in the club’s historic 2002/03 season, in which La Real fell just two points short of winning the LaLiga Santander title.
3. After a trophy-laden stint in England with Liverpool, Xabi returned to LaLiga in 2009 with Real Madrid. Once again, he’d go down in club history, making 159 appearances and scoring four goals across five seasons. In 2012, he won the trophy he’d been waiting so long for, the LaLiga Santander title, in a truly record-breaking season for the club.
4. After retirement, Xabi returned to his roots. Having been raised within the Real Sociedad youth academy, he accepted a post as coach of the club’s prestigious reserve side: Real Sociedad B, also known as Sanse. Taking over with the team in Spain’s third tier, he took just two seasons lead Sanse into LaLiga SmartBank – where they’ll play this season.
5. Outside of football, Xabi spends his free time fishing and enjoying the music of Spanish singer-songwriter Quique Gonzalez.  
 
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Japanese sensation Takefusa Kubo is back at RCD Mallorca, where he shone brightly two seasons ago




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20-year-old Japanese star Takefuso Kubo is back at RCD Mallorca, on loan from Real Madrid ahead of the new season kick-off. Take has the potential and personality to be one of LaLiga Santander’s stars sooner rather than later, having already shown us glimpses of his undeniable talent for the islanders in his first spell at the club in 2019/20 – scoring four times in 36 top flight appearances at the age of just 18.  Last season, Kubo played for Getafe CF and Villarreal CF on loan, making 37 appearances and scoring twice, including the goal which clinched survival for the Azulones towards the end of the season.
 
Kubo made his LaLiga debut in early September 2019, with the then 18-year-old showing glimpses of quality right from the start. A technically excellent attacking midfielder with a creative spark and liking for hard work, Kubo is already a senior international with Japan. He is expected to play an important role as the newly promoted island side aim to establish themselves in LaLiga Santander this season after the last six years without repeating in the same category.
 
Born in Kawasaki on 4th June 2001, Kubo was no stranger to Spanish football when he signed for Real Madrid back in summer 2019, as he entered Barcelona’s famed La Masia youth academy aged just 10. He scored a whopping 74 goals in 30 games during his first season in Barcelona, impressing at each youth team rank until he returned to his home country in March 2015.
 
Kubo’s rapid development continued at FC Tokyo’s U-23 side, where the following November he became the youngest player to ever debut in the J1 League (15 years, 5 months and 1 day). A goal against Cerezo Osaka the following April made him the youngest ever scorer in the competition (15 years, 10 months and 11 days).
 
After a spell on loan at hometown club Yokohama F. Marinos, the 2019 J League season saw Kubo emerge as a regular goal scorer and creator for FC Tokyo’s senior side. So it came as no surprise that, after turning 18 in June, he returned to Europe and LaLiga, with his signing a big coup for Barcelona’s arch rivals Real Madrid.
 
June also saw the skillful left-footer make his senior international debut in a friendly against El Salvador, making him the second youngest player ever to earn a full cap with the Samurai Blue. He then featured in all three of Japan’s games at this summer’s Copa America in Brazil, as the invited Asian guests achieved notable draws against Uruguay and Ecuador.
 
Kubo was initially expected to spend his first season with Real Madrid’s Castilla youth team in Spain’s third tier while training with Blancos then coach Zinedine Zidane’s senior side. But his immediate impact during the senior side’s pre-season outings drew interest from several LaLiga Santander clubs and it was decided that a year at Mallorca would best help him develop and settle on and off the pitch. Kubo became then the third Japanese player in Mallorca’s history, after Yoshito Okubo and Akihiro Ienaga.
 
Now he returns to Mallorca and joins up with a very solid side led by coach Luis Garcia. Last season in LaLiga SmartBank they proved a very difficult team to beat, standing out for their defensive play. The game system most used by Garcia is 4-2-3-1, with two midfielders as the central axis with an eye on defensive solidity. It’s no coincidence that RCD Mallorca finished last season as the team with the least goals conceded. Their return to LaLiga Santander was the reward for a season of non-stop work. Now Kubo arrives to inject a spark of magic into a very solid team.
 
Kubo joins Mallorca after an amazing performance at the Tokyo Olympic Games, carrying Japan to a fourth place finish with three goals and one assist, starting each of their six games. The long-term plan still includes a return to the Bernabeu to join Real Madrid’s first team but, for now, this quietly confident character is focused on helping Mallorca on their return to LaLiga Santander. Fans at Visit Mallorca Estadi and elsewhere are keen to see more of the skills and goals which this rising star always delivers.
 
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LaLiga Santander Matchday 1 preview: The start of what could be the tightest title race in years




Club football is back. The 2021/22 LaLiga Santander season gets up and running this weekend and the new campaign starts with some very tough fixtures for the main championship contenders. Atlético de Madrid, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Sevilla FC battled for the title last term, with Atleti coming out on top; all four will be determined to start the new year with a three-point haul against tricky opposition.
 
Before our first look at the favourites to win the competition, the new campaign kicks off at the league’s oldest stadium, at Mestalla at 9pm CEST on Friday night. There, Valencia CF will take on Getafe CF and, thanks to a neat quirk of the fixture list, this will see new Valencia coach José Bordalás take on the club he just left. These two teams have played out some fiery contests in recent years and now there’s another interesting dynamic in the mix.
 
Due to the intense heat of the Spanish summer, all fixtures of the opening matchday are taking place in the late afternoon or evening and the first of Saturday’s games is at 5pm CEST, when CA Osasuna welcome newly promoted RCD Espanyol to El Sadar. The Catalan club were excellent on their way to winning LaLiga SmartBank last season and are hoping to carry that momentum into this season’s campaign. RCD Mallorca were the other side to earn automatic promotion last term and they’re also in action on Saturday evening, welcoming Real Betis to their popular island home. Cádiz CF and Levante UD also meet on Saturday evening, after facing each other and drawing 2-2 on the final day of last season.
 
Real Madrid’s first match of the new season then takes place at 10pm CEST on Saturday night. Even though Los Blancos’ new coach Carlo Ancelotti has managed the club in LaLiga Santander before, the Italian will face a brand-new opponent in the form of D. Alavés. He never took on the Basque side during his previous stint in charge, but will be well aware of how tough they are to play at their Mendizorrotza home. Real Madrid famously lost there to a last-minute goal back in 2018.
 
The reigning champions Atlético de Madrid launch their title defence in the first game of Sunday at 5.30pm CEST. Like their capital city neighbours, they also start the season with a tough away trip as Diego Simeone must take his team to Galicia to face a RC Celta side that finished last season well and that have added some interesting reinforcements in the summer including Javi Galán and Franco Cervi.
 
Next up at 8pm CEST, is FC Barcelona vs Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou. It’s the first game of the post-Messi era, and so perhaps the most fascinating match in recent Barça history as the club’s remaining creative talents look to show how they fit in to Ronald Koeman’s setup. Their talent and ability to adapt will now be needed against a Real Sociedad side who finished fifth last season and who have a habit starting seasons well.
 
Sevilla FC will seriously believe they could challenge for the title in 2021/22. After finishing last year with a club-record points total of 77, they have strengthened the squad this summer with the signing of Erik Lamela and, expecting another tight title race, they’ll hope to start off by taking three points against newly promoted Rayo Vallecano. The last time Rayo were in the top flight (2018/19) they also faced Sevilla on Matchday 1 and it didn’t end well for them (4-1); they’ll be hoping to avoid a similar outcome this time around.
 
There are two further fixtures on Monday night, starting with Europa League champions Villarreal CF’s home game against Granada CF, a repeat of an unforgettable Matchday 1 fixture back in 2019 that finished 4-4. Both clubs have changed coach since then, but goals will still be expected. Villarreal will, though, hope that Carlos Bacca doesn’t score them, as the Colombian striker has just switched from yellow to the red and white of Granada.
 
The final fixture of this season’s opening round sees Elche CF host Athletic Club. It was this match-up that ensured Elche stayed up last season, beating the Basques 2-0 on the final day of the 2020/21 campaign to avoid relegation by the skin of their collective teeth. That was a huge win, but Athletic Club will be out for some revenge for their most recent competitive loss. That’s just one of the many fascinating storylines of the new season’s opening round.  
 
 
Watch LaLiga Santander live this weekend on BeINSports
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LaLiga General Assembly Greenlights “Boost LaLiga” (LaLiga Impulso)




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With 38 votes in favour, General Assembly approves the project, that needed support of at least 32 of the 42 member clubs
 
LaLiga fully retains its sports responsibilities as well as the organisation and management of the audiovisual rights
The clubs that have approved the operation, who will receive up to a maximum of EUR2.668 billion
 
 
Madrid, 12 August 2021.- The LaLiga General Assembly today gave its support to “Boost LaLiga” (LaLiga Impulso), the project that last week received the unanimous approval of the organisation’s Executive Committee (Comision Delegada). In the General Assembly all LaLiga clubs were given the platform to express their position regarding the project and to exercise their right to vote secretly and democratically,
 
Through this strategic agreement, CVC becomes a partner of LaLiga and its clubs with the objective of boosting global growth and continuing its transformation into a global digital entertainment company. LaLiga will retain its sports responsibilities as well as the organisation and management of the marketing of the audiovisual rights.
 
Boost LaLiga is an unprecedented milestone, representing the greatest boost for Spanish football in its history. The project allows LaLiga, with the help of an internationally renowned partner, to execute a long-term strategic plan of investment. Boost LaLiga will provide LaLiga clubs with the necessary resources to improve the competition and the experience of its fans, accelerating clubs´ growth and making LaLiga the world’s leading sporting entertainment provider in the medium term.
 
With 38 clubs in favour, of the 32 required, the project is approved, giving the go ahead to the ambitious investment plan that will boost the professionalization of the clubs and provide a more attractive competition, with better facilities, better players and a better fan experience. All this supported by a competition model that will be more digital, more focused on data generation and analysis, and more international exposure.
 
The clubs that have approved the operation will receive up to EUR2.668 billion. These Clubs commit to allocate 70% of the resources they receive within the framework of this project to investments related to their development in both infrastructures and technological innovation, with the possibility of an additional 15% for the registration of players and the other 15% for the restructuring of financial debt.
 
90% of the capital invested in Boost LaLiga will go to the Clubs. A percentage will be earmarked for other areas of Spanish sport and football, making this an inclusive, equitable and democratic agreement. Boost LaLiga not only shields the economic viability of all Spanish football clubs, but also opens a new present and future for them by allowing them to advance in their development and transformation by a decade.
 
In the words of Javier Tebas, president of LaLiga, “we are convinced that Boost LaLiga is the answer to the challenges we have to face in the medium and long term. It is a strategic agreement that will provide our clubs with greater capacity, will transform their management model and boost the appeal of our competition. It is the boost we need to turn LaLiga into a global digital entertainment company that has the most attractive football competition in the world”.
 
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MALAYSIAN HOUSEHOLD FMCG BRANDS LAUNCH #KITABERSAMA INITIATIVE

Multiple Brands Join Hands in Helping The Needy

KUALA LUMPUR, 13 August 2021 – As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt our
country, more and more Malaysians are finding it difficult to cope with their daily lives.
Some have lost their families while others have lost their source of income.


With the spirit of helping in mind, the #KitaBersama initiative has been launched to
encourage corporations to do good. It is a joint effort between Baba Products (M) Sdn.
Bhd., Mamee Double Decker (M) Sdn. Bhd., Sime Darby Oils, and Etika Group of
Companies, together with Food Aid Foundation (FAF), a Non-Governmental Organisation
(NGO).


To kickstart the initiative, the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) brands successfully
delivered the first collection of products namely BABA’S, MAMEE, ALIF, and GOODDAY
MILK worth over RM90,000 in total, earlier today. FAF will be distributing the food and
beverages this weekend to those most affected by the pandemic, especially in Enhanced
Movement Control Order (EMCO) areas within Klang Valley.


Baba Products (M) Sdn. Bhd.’s Communication and Consumer Marketing Manager,
Farhan Hafetz said that the #KitaBersama initiative was created to encourage more
brands to come together to continuously do good. “Many corporations are already doing
charities individually, however, there’s strength in numbers. If more brands could
collaborate in doing good, it would greatly benefit the community”.


Assistant Director of Islamic Affairs and Government Relations of Mamee Double Decker
(M) Sdn. Bhd., Ahmad Syukry Ibrahim immediately welcomed the invitation to cooperate
and said that this coordinated effort is an extended initiative of their own on-going
Mamee Prihatin CSR program which started in 2011. While Sime Darby Oils Consumer
Business’ Senior Manager, Mohamad Rahimi Abdullah added “Sime Darby Oils is happy
to be on board this collaboration as it is another platform for companies to work together
towards a good cause. We hope more brands will join hands to reach out and help
members of our communities who are in need during this difficult time”


“Since the onset of the pandemic, Etika Cares, which is a long-term impact driving
program by Etika, has been undertaking campaigns to support vulnerable groups in our
community. Being a part of this effort is one of our initiatives to do good together and we
will continue to do so in the near future as well,” said Khalid Alvi, Chief Executive Officer –
Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei at Etika Group of Companies.


From the first Movement Control Order (MCO) in March 2020, FAF has distributed over 2
million KGs of food to the needy. The situation has worsened since the recent MCO 3.0,
causing a drastic surge in requests from existing beneficiaries, as well as other B40
communities. “We have been unable to meet this substantial increase of requests. We
welcome contributions in any form to help us in helping others”, said Mr. Rick Chee,
founder of FoodAidFoundation.org.


All corporations in Malaysia are welcome to join and support the #KitaBersama initiative.
For more information, please contact farhan@babas.com.my

5 Reasons You Can’t Resist Owning A Resort-Inspired Home

S P Setia is back with another stylish and contemporary serviced apartment. Positioned strategically in the heart of Bandar Bukit Tinggi Klang, TRIO by Setia (website) is a sought-after property development as Southern Klang is known to be an important economic catalyst to Klang Valley. With various resort-inspired facilities, LRT3 station within walking distance, and numerous amenities surrounding the area, TRIO is also an ideal place to call home for young couples, families, investors and retirees who are keen to enjoy an urban resort-inspired lifestyle with nearby transportations and conveniences right outside their homes. Let’s take a look at some of its highlights:

1. Everyday Feels Like A Holiday at TRIO

Living in TRIO transports you and your family to a relaxing haven filled with terraced greeneries, amazing city view, and 15 resort-inspired facilities exclusively for residents only. Unwind and calm your mind by strolling at the community garden or admiring the magnificent Bukit Tinggi view at the shaded pavilion. You can also stay active at TRIO’s yoga deck, gymnasium, indoor games room, and Olympic-size swimming pool. Hosting mini parties is doable at the BBQ Area that is right next to the Viewing Deck which offers another side of Bandar Bukit Tinggi’s cityscape from its lookout point.

2. Versatile Home Layouts

TRIO consists of three blocks of service apartments with homes that have a floor space of 624sf to 1,313sf. There are 9 different unit sizes that start with 1+1 bedrooms and can go up to 3+1 bedrooms. Also, taking into consideration a multi-generational living in TRIO, home units of 1,248sf to 1,313sf with up to 4 parking lots which is very rare in serviced residences these days.

3. Surrounded By Numerous Amenities

One of the best parts of having a home at TRIO is that it is surrounded by public and international schools, local council offices, major banks, and many more! Tesco Lotus, Giant, and AEON store in Bukit Tinggi are located 3 km away, while established hospitals such as Pantai Hospital, Manipal Hospital, and KPJ Klang are situated less than 10 km from TRIO. The township is also dotted with various dining outlets that serve an array of cuisines which you can explore and enjoy with your family via dine-in or food delivery!

4. High-Accessibility and Connectivity

TRIO is easily accessible via KESAS, Federal Highway, SKVE, NKVE, and the upcoming West Coast Expressway (WCE). There are public buses to and fro Klang town centre, Kuala Lumpur, Banting and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) as well. Also, once the Johan Setia’s LRT 3 line starts its service in 2024, it will only take 200 metres of walking distance to the station, making it super convenient for travelling to different cities and towns.

5. Stay in the Tallest Towers in Bandar Bukit Tinggi, Klang

When completed, TRIO will be a prominent landmark as one of its buildings will be Bandar Bukit Tinggi’s first and tallest tower. With that said, TRIO will have the best unobstructed view of the entire integrated and modern township of Bukit Tinggi city.

TRIO By Setia is the tallest tower with the stunning view of Bandar Bukit Tinggi. It is also situated at a North-South orientation that gives ample natural light to all its residences. Not only does TRIO By Setia have various home layouts to choose from, it is also the closest building to the upcoming commercial phase, Triowalk, making it the most convenient place to live in.

If you are looking for a stay that embodies Transit, Trend, Transform, TRIO is the best place to be with its stylish homes, modern facilities, nearby public transportations, and convenient access via four major highways. This freehold integrated development is also secured by a 24-hours triple-tier security system, giving you a safe and guarded living environment. TRIO’s homes start from RM412,000 and comes with attractive perks such as:

  • ZERO Booking Fee
  • ZERO Progressive Payment 
  • ZERO SPA & Loan Legal Fees
  • ZERO Stamp Duty (under HOC 2021)

Don’t miss out on your chance to secure your perfect home at TRIO! Register your interest HERE now or contact/WhatsApp TRIO sales galleria at 03-3162 3322. For more news and updates, follow them on their official Facebook page or visit Setia’s Virtual Expo.