The manager reviewed the events that led to the termination of ValverdeFor this he referred to that “many players” were not satisfiedThis is what has bothered the captain asking that “of names” Captain Culé Leo Messi said on Tuesday, in response to the statements of the club’s technical secretary, Eric Abidal, in which he stated that “many players were not satisfied” with the team’s former coach, Ernesto Valverde, that “it would be necessary Give names because if you don’t “know” you are dirtying all “the players.“I honestly do not like doing these things, but I think everyone has to be responsible for their tasks and take care of their decisions. The players, what happens on the court. And we are also the first to recognize when we were not well “Messi points out on Instagram.In his opinion, “those responsible for the area of sports management must also assume their responsibilities and above all take charge of the decisions they make.”“Finally, I think that when talking about players, we should give names because if we are not getting dirty all and feeding things that are said and are not true,” says Messi.Eric Abidal unveiled this Tuesday in an interview with the newspaper Sport that after the last classic against Real Madrid, on December 18, which ended with a zero draw, the Catalan club “began to specify” the goodbye of Valverde, which in the end came almost a month later.And he added that he observed things that he did not like in the locker room before the decision to dispense with Valverde: “I watched the games and did not look at the result, but how the game was played, the tactics, the work of the players who did not play much. fixed on those details Many players were not satisfied, nor did they work hard, and there was also an internal communication issue The coach-costume relationship has always been good, but there are things that I can smell as a former player I told the club what I thought and you had to make a decision. “ Abidal and Messi, during the first farewell in 2013. Photo: Getty. Barcelona is on a war footing. As never before he had been seen in the last decade and all after the last controversy that has led to nothing more and nothing less than the captain and best player Leo Messi. The Argentine, through his Instagram account, sent a direct message to the sports director Eric Abidal, by his words, in Sport, about the removal of Ernesto Valverde and how “many players” felt.
Chinese smartphone company Oppo has unveiled a new insane battery tech that claims to fully charge your smartphone in just 15 minutes. The company took to the ongoing MWC 2016 event to demonstrate the new technology it calls Super VOOC, which is currently in the prototyping stage. The company was able to successfully charge a prototype smartphone fully within its total presentation time period.”By applying a newly developed low-voltage pulse-charge algorithm, along with Oppo’s customised battery, multiple technical innovations, as well as first-class hardware and software, Super VOOC Flash Charge can bring your device to a 45% charge in just five minutes of charging (for a 2,500 mAh battery). This means that a full charge can be achieved in just 15 minutes,” the company said.Oppo’s take on Qualcomm’s quick charging feature is still in the prototyping stage and is backward-compatible meaning none of the current breed of Oppo smartphones will be able to make use of this functionality. This means, Super VOOC will be exclusive to future Oppo phones.”The newly innovated low-voltage pulse-charge system, coupled with Oppo’s customised battery, dynamically regulates the current, ensuring a safe, sustainable charging experience and preventing overheating. The Super VOOC Flash Charge adapter, cable and connector have all received a full redesign using premium and extremely reliable military-grade materials. Super VOOC Flash Charge supports Micro-USB and USB Type-C, in line with the global standard, the company added.Charging using Super VOOC will be different from using some high-voltage solution in that there will be lesser heating involved, according to the company. “VOOC Flash Charge-enabled devices will heat up by a maximum of only 3.3. degrees Celsius,” it said.advertisementOppo plans to have an actual phone hit the shelves with Super VOOC battery tech by the end of this year.