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16 April 2010 @ 06:16 pm
Just a little note, 'cause I haven't seen it being posted round here though I thought it is somehow "important" ...

If you believe Kickette.de, - the source  - Ruben's wife Tanya has given birth to their second child yesterday. (= means Oliver has a sibbling now *squeals*)
Unfortunately there are no sources available yet to tell us whether it is a babygirl or a babyboy.
Nevertheless, congratulations to the parents ...

 
 
17 March 2010 @ 02:28 pm
According to today's MARCA, Rubén was NOT given a disability. Thus Real Madrid will have to fulfill his contract.

Will try to post the article or at least scans from Marca as soon as possible.
 
 
Comienza el IX Curso de Directores Deportivos
(08.03.2010)

Jorge Carretero, José Bermejo y Benito Pérez guiaron la presentación de una nueva edición que como siempre, contó con caras conocidas entre sus alumnos. El curso se desarrollará hasta el próximo 10 de mayo.

Este lunes ha comenzado IX Curso Superior de Formación de Directores Deportivos. El director del curso, Jorge Carretero, el director académico del mismo, José Bermejo y el director del Instituto de Deportes de la Universidad Camilo José Cela, Benito Pérez, fueron los encargados de dar el pistoletazo de salida a una nueva edición par ala que se han matriculado 60 alumnos.

Entre los alumnos, como es habitual se vieron caras conocidas de nuestro balompié como las del campeón de Europa, Rubén de la Red, o el que fuera internacional y Seleccionador Sub-21, Andoni Goikoetxea.
source: RFEF, thanks for the link to manituromano
 
 

*unfortunately, I am very busy lately, so I don't have time to translate this article into english... maybe I'll do it tomorrow at work, but not sure*


El futbolista De la Red y la Cámara de Comercio, premios Ciudad de Móstoles
(07.03.2010)

El futbolista del Real Madrid Rubén de la Red y la Cámara de Comercio e Industria de Madrid son dos de los ganadores de la XXI edición de los premios Ciudad de Móstoles, que se entregarán el próximo 17 de marzo en una gala en el Teatro del Bosque presentada por el actor Emilio Gutiérrez Caba.
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source: ElEconomista.es, thanks for the link to manituromano
 
 
 
 
16 January 2010 @ 04:50 pm
Marca (14.01.10)
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Marca (15.01.10)
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1. As a football club, Real Madrid and all its players with an employment contract are subjected to the current employment legislation.

2. When the player Rubén de la Red suffered from a severe stroke, he was awarded sick leave by the Social Security, as usually applied. That is when the Temporal Incapacity period started, which lasts for 15 months and is still valid as of today.

3. The player's sick leave was processed as a labour accident, given that the stroke took place as the player was practicing his profession as a football player. And, as is the case with every worker in Spain, the country's Mutua Patronal de Accidentes de Trabajo (Labour Accidents Employer's Society) took upon itself (as a delegate of the Social Security), to monitor the Temporal Incapacity period.

4. Once a year of Temporal Incapacity has gone by, according to the Social Security Law it is possible for the Society to issue a report regarding the possibility to extend the Temporal Incapacity period to a maximum of 18 months, or to begin an inquiry for disability because it considers the medical perspective doesn't allow for the player to be cured in said period of time.

5. This administrative process is regulated by Law and managed by the Public Administration. It is compulsory for the employing company to see it through. Real Madrid is the employing company in this case and isn't part of the entire process, but awaits the report that the Society must issue eventually.

6. The Club has complied at all times with the Law and with all the contractual obligations it has with the player.

7. Real Madrid has always been available to serve the player in whatever he may need and once again wishes to express its support and solidarity towards him.

source: Official Site
 
 
14 January 2010 @ 04:14 pm
Real Madrid has already told Rubén de la Red about its intention to give him the disability. If it is confirmed, the player will be able to sue the club.
The disability may involve, above all, a serious economic problem for De la Red, who would receive a pension for disability that never exceeds 1,500 euros per month.
The news, that appeared in today's issue of Marca, has generated considerable excitement among the fans, divided between those who consider it to be logical and those who think that isn't fair.
The dressing room is with their clubmate, whom they are going to support till the final decision will be made.

source: ElMadridista