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A few days ago, Steve Kerr, coach of the Golden State Warriors, the NBA champions, brilliantly reflected on the wave of layoffs from ESPN, an iconic sports news station in the United States.He complained about the motivations that led to the company making those decisions, movements that cost the prestigious Marc Stein his job. In parallel, Kerr's decision to speak on these questionable dismissals coincided with the incredible journalistic commitment shown to follow the adventures of the Ball family in Lithuania. ลิงค์ดูบอล Kerr went onto denounce the nature of the content currently in the media, showing his regret for how everything has turned in a way that people are more interested in what the Balls are doing in Europe rather than actually following the great stars already in the NBA. Anecdotes and the unsubstantial were now winning out over the game of basketball itself.On Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo left the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu pitch with a cut on his eyebrow just after he had scored Los Blancos' sixth goal. When he walked to the sideline he asked the doctor for a phone to examine the extent of his wound. His face was bloody and he was interested in his condition, and perhaps you or I would have done the same. ลิงค์ดูบอล It was a bizarre gesture to make on a football pitch, of course, but it was human at the same time. He had used his head to score a goal with the game already clearly decided in the favour of his team, something that was undoubtedly praiseworthy. However, we are left with the photo and with his gesture, the secondary information.As a result of the content that we generate, the world now thinks badly about his character without even sparing a thought for the blood he shed.ลิงค์ดูบอล

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