FCBRMA Good passes in the opposite field6,305 (1st)4,956 (2nd) Barcelona and Real Madrid pass statistics in La Liga Success of passes87.94% (1st)86.76% (2nd) Attempted passes12,559 (1st)10,601 (2nd) Passes attempted in the opposite field7,394 (1st)5,978 (2nd) Isco, also according to Opta data, completed his biggest pass card since defending the Madrid shirt: 102, of which 96 completed successfully. In addition, Madrid played with speed: 61.58% of possession only represents the eleventh best domain data of those of Zizou in his 26 official matches this season.In the semifinal of the Super Cup Madrid scored, always according to Opta data, their records of the season in: attempted passes (798), successful passes (739), correct passes (92.61%), correct passes in the opposite field (91.21%) and failed passes in the opposite field (only 42). Barcelona has not improved any of these statistics in any match this season in any competition. In addition, he made his second best records in failed passes (59 for the 56 of Valladolid, where he tried 165 less), passes in the opposite field (478 for the 491 he tried in Istanbul against the Galatasaray) and successful passes in the opposite field (436 for 446 of Turkish hell). Zidane’s Madrid embraces the tiqui-taca. Against Valencia he recorded his best game this season in a good handful of pass statistics, according to Opta data. Gallic technician’s pupils attempted 798 deliveries, of which 739 found recipients. 92.61% accuracy. The white team was not trying so many passes for 14 months, when on September 1, 2018, with Lopetegui on the bench, he tried 870. Since these statistics began to be counted in the 2005-2006 season, Madrid only tried more passes in six games played at 90 minutes (it also appears in the statistics the European Super Cup against Atletico that went to extra time). Good passes11,044 (1st)9,197 (2nd) Successful passes in the opposite field85.27% (1st)82.90% (2nd) Possession63.97% (1st)58.36% (2nd) (In parentheses, position in the competition ranking).Total data of the 19 days played in LaLiga Santander, except for possession, which is the average of the matches of each team.Source: Opta.In the League, after the first round, Madrid is the second team in possession (58.36%) and in attempted passes (10,601). Both statistics are headed by Barça. But whites are the most successful team in passes that finish in the last third of the field (79.49% compared to 79.06% of the Catalans).
Ocwen Financial Corporation, a leading financial services holding company headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida, will again join forces with the NAACP to host a borrower outreach event in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to help families having trouble making their mortgage payments.“Over the last three years, Ocwen and the NAACP have worked together on our “Help & Hope for Homeowners” initiative, which helps homeowners explore responsible loan modifications options to remain in their homes,” Jill Showell, SVP of Government and Community Relations at Ocwen said. “We urge Ocwen customers to attend this event, and have the opportunity to work one-on-one with trusted advisors to make your mortgage payments more affordable.”The event, which is part of Ocwen’s “Help & Hope for Homeowners” initiative with the NAACP, is designed exclusively for Ocwen customers and will be held from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., EDT, on Saturday, June 23, at Bright Hope Baptist Church, located at 12th Street & Cecil B. Moore Avenue in Philadelphia near Temple University.Homeowners who attend the event will meet one-on-one with Ocwen Home Retention Agents and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development-approved counseling agencies to discuss their unique situations and to receive information about potential options to lower their mortgage payments.“The NAACP has seen firsthand the positive impact Ocwen has made in the lives of many families at risk of losing their homes at these local borrower outreach events throughout the country,” said Marvin Owens, Senior Director of Economic Programs at the NAACP. “Continuing our shared work to help distressed borrowers better afford their homes is one of the most effective ways the NAACP can help strengthen local minority and low-income communities.”Ocwen customers interested in attending this event can learn more by visiting OcwenCares.com.Ocwen currently services approximately 46,000 loans in Pennsylvania. From January 1, 2008, through March 31, 2018, Ocwen has provided more than 33,000 loan modifications to Pennsylvania borrowers, and forgiven approximately $365 million in debt. Nationwide, since January 1, 2008, Ocwen has granted approximately 776,000 loan modifications and provided billions of dollars in debt forgiveness. in Headlines, journal, News, Servicing Ocwen and NAACP Bring ‘Help & Hope’ to Homeowners June 22, 2018 670 Views 2018-06-22 Kristina Brewer Share