Another Brazilian more to Madrid’s payroll and another with the same characteristics as the last two promises that arrived at Santiago Bernabéu. As with Vinicius and Rodrygo, the white club has done with the services of Reinier Jesus, the nth talent of the Canarinha factory that according to the pre-Olympic finish where Brazil is will be the sixth in Valdedebas (in addition to the two mentioned, Marcelo, Casemiro and Militao).Midfielder, with 18 years recently (which was a requirement to make his transfer official by FIFA regulations), Reinier was fighting until now in Flamengo where with the first team he had already debuted playing 15 games and scoring six goals. For its transfer the merengue set pays around 30 million euros and signs it until 2026, with the intention that it can give way to Zidane’s orders from next season.Meanwhile, the second part of 19/20 will be played with Real Madrid Castilla in Second Division B. A real luxury to reinforce the workforce led by Raúl González in the search for playoff positions. However, this incorporation could be delayed until February 9, when the pre-Olympic finals and where he will leave his U23 team.At present, Brazil has won the only game that has played (1-0), with Reinier as substitute, and is looking for one of the two places that has pass to the Olympic Games this summer in Tokyo. The new Real Madrid player played 17 minutes, already with the only goal of the match on the scoreboard, and hopes to have more minutes to continue demonstrating to the Madrid box that the strong bet that has been made by him is deserved. Photo: Getty It will start at Real Madrid Castilla as Vinicius and Rodrygo didJust turned 18, will be incorporated at the end of the pre-OlympicThe club has paid 30 million euros to Flamengo for its signing Real Madrid has closed what was already an open secret, the incorporation of the Brazilian midfielder Reinier until 2026. Just reached the age of majority, will be incorporated at the end of the pre-Olympic in which Brazil is, with the player in their rows Although initially with Castilla, the club expects it to be completing stages as Vinicius or Rodrygo did for the former Flamengo soccer player who has cost around 30 million euros.
• Video: Duarte and Gladstone FightDUARTE – When the dust settled after Friday night’s brawl between Duarte and Gladstone high school football players, the score was 16 suspensions and one resignation. Administrators from both schools met Tuesday morning and decided eight players from each team should be suspended for one game for their roles in the incident, officials said. That action prompted the abrupt resignation of Duarte High School head coach Wardell Crutchfield on Tuesday afternoon. “I’ve had enough, this was the last straw,” Crutchfield said. School officials said the suspensions were warranted, but expressed shock at Crutchfield’s announcement. “We viewed film for about three hours,” said Dr. William Martinez, the principal of Duarte High School. “CIF has a rule that if a player leaves the sidelines during a fight, they are suspended for their next game. “We looked long and hard to identify players from each team who violated these policies, and there were some from our team and some from their team who displayed improper conduct, and they have been suspended for one game.” Azusa Unified School District officials issued a statement confirming the action. “The principals and assistant principals of Gladstone and Duarte highs met today and agreed that players that left the bench would be suspended for one game,” said Kathleen Miller, director of communication for the district. “Since this is a student disciplinary action, no further details will be discussed.” Crutchfield, 31, was in his third season as head coach. Last season, he led the Falcons to the Montview League championship and the CIF-Southern Section Mid-Valley Divisional semifinals. He resigned with his team on top of the Mid-Valley Divisional poll, and with Duarte primed for its best shot at a CIF title in decades. Crutchfield insisted that several more of Gladstone’s players should have been suspended, and that coaches from Gladstone threw punches, including punches directed at him. Gladstone athletic director Chuck Shore would not comment. Neither would Gladiators head coach Albert Sanchez, who exchanged heated postgame comments with Crutchfield following Friday’s contest. Azusa High School football coach Craig Schuster, whose team competes in the Montview league with Duarte and Gladstone, said he understands Crutchfield’s frustrations. “I’m shocked, I thought he was doing a great job turning that program around,” Schuster said. “He brought discipline to that program. I know that some of the people in our league disagree with some of the things he does, or how he’s so outspoken, but I have nothing negative to say about the guy. “I know where he’s coming from when he says he’s not treated fair. I think there are biases and jealousies in our league because he is so successful. It’s unfortunate, but that’s how it is sometimes. “It’s a sad day for our league,” Schuster said, “because he’s a great coach who had his team on top of the division. I, for one, wish he would reconsider.” Crutchfield teaches math at Duarte and has a son enrolled in the school. He graduated from and played football at San Jose State and later played in the Arena Football League. He said he will remain a teacher at Duarte until the end of the school year, then look for another teaching position near his home in Rialto. “I’m disgusted, man. How can you sit here and call that fair treatment?” Crutchfield said. “I’m so tired of it. I’m sick of Duarte getting the bad rap it gets and our players not getting the fair treatment they deserve.” firstname.lastname@example.org (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2161 www.insidesocal.com/tribpreps160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!