Six are the matches that Curro Torres counts as Lugo coach. In those six games, Lugo has added only four points of 18 possible, distributed in a victory against Albacete, a draw against Elche and four defeats against Extremadura, Huesca, Rayo and Almería. In the discharge of Mr. Albivermello, it should be noted that of those four defeats, three were against rivals in the upper area and one, the Estremadura, surrounded by controversy over the performance of the VAR.Now him Lugo faces a very complicated displacement as is the next day before the Fuenlabrada, team to which however the lucenses already won in the first leg. However, the need to add three by three is increasingly urgent since the days continue happening without the team leaving the well. The days pass and the CD Lugo still unfinished. Since Curro Torres replaced at the beginning of the year Eloy Jimenez in the albivermello bench, the rojiblancos have significantly improved their image, showing themselves as a more combinative team but, above all, more offensive and brave. However, the improvement in the staging has not been matched with an improvement in the points, and Lugo continues in the lower part of the table, in descent positions.
The classification does not deceive and Espanyol continues, one more day, in the queue. But the parakeet has not only cut one point to permanence, which is two, but has been paired with Mallorca and Leganés. And above all, he got Sunday much more than his first victory in LaLiga 2019-20 (that is, in February) in Cornellà-El Prat.Espanyol did not win at home since the unstoppable euphoria of May 18 against the Royal Society, the day of the European classification, and five weeks before, for example, that Mallorca itself, victim of this victorious premiere, sealed its rise to Primera. In fact, the parakeet set remains in history for having materialized its worst start at home of all time (He came to chain up to six defeats in his first days at Cornellà) and also his worst run at home anytime of the season, by exceeding in one the ten games without winning in the 1988-89 season (which ended with a decline). But at the same time, the victory against Mallorca allows to turn the streak of a Espanyol that right now chains four league games in Cornellà without losing: 2-2 against Betis and Barcelona, 1-1 against Athletic Club and 1-0 against Mallorca. And that You should focus your goal of staying in your home, where your other two direct rivals will also pass, Leganés and Celta (this, in a last day that can be a heart attack), in addition to Atlético de Madrid, Alavés, Levante, Real Madrid and Eibar, which now stands at six points.Chance or not, this losing streak in Cornellà coincides with the moment the club has approached the fans, which has quickly picked up the glove for a common good. The 32,084 spectators who gathered on Sunday at Espanyol-Mallorca constitute not only the second best entry of the season, after 33,562 of the derby on January 4, but the record of influx in any league game that did not have as a rival to the so-called greats (Real Madrid, Atlético or Barcelona), surpassing the 30,029 that congregated against Valencia at the dawn of the stadium, in the 2009-10 academic year. The struggle of Espanyol has only just begun.
“Surely what we’ll see there in social networks and it will fill me with joy and pride, but it is not a reason to have a party. Must be proud to be a great year the one we did, the one we did enjoy our people and we were able to return Levante to where it deserves in a spectacular year. We have to be proud for a year thate was fantastic“he stated.Alberto Iranzo & nbsp; (DIARIO AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>FOOTBALL 16/17 Postigo, just after connecting the header of the victory against Real Oviedo.Alberto Iranzo (DIARIO AS) Sergio Postigo will never forget the April 29, 2017. Three years ago the Levante central materialized the dream goal by all the Levantists that course: the promotion to First Division. “Personally that moment this above all. It will be a very nice memory that i will keep all life And I think it will be difficult for some moment on a personal level to overcome it. Although then at a group level we have had many moments of satisfaction, such as staying in Girona. But that day was special for me “ remembered the player a few days ago in a virtual meeting with the press. After 42 days, those of Orriols fgiant numbers, rising with the title with a balance of 84 points spread over 25 wins, 9 draws and 8 losses. A real roller from the hand of Juan Ramón López Muñiz. Few joys in football are comparable to a promotion, a source of new hope for the club and fans.Shutter, which has contract until 2021 plus an optional year, with 10 million euro clause, and is one of the captains of the first team, with whom the club negotiated the agreement of the salary cut of the first squad, he would end his contract with Levante, initially, at 33 years old. However, their link with the club Orriols will be eternal. It will always be man of the rise. Minute 55 of the meeting, Valencia city, day 36 of Second before the Real oviedo, with six days to go until the end of the competition, the player from Madrid entered the Big door in the granota history, getting the looser ascent of the history of the Orriols group. In just one season, the Lift back to the elite of Spanish football in style
KOLKATA, India (AP):Captain Shahid Afridi produced a superb all-round effort as Pakistan opened their World Twenty20 campaign by dispatching Bangladesh by 55 runsyesterday.Afridi’s 19-ball 49 boosted Pakistan to a record 201-5 total after electing to bat. He then grabbed 2-27 with his leg spin as Bangladesh were restricted to 146-6.Afridi built on a 95-run,second-wicket stand between Mohammad Hafeez (64) and opener Ahmed Shehzad (52) on a good batting surface at Eden Gardens, smashing four fours and four sixes. Hafeez hit seven fours and two sixes off 42 balls while Shehzad struck eight fours off 39.Shehzad played solidly and was quick to punish loose balls before he was caught at midwicket off leg-spinner Sabbir Rahman in the 14th over.Hafeez got to his first 50 in the World Twenty20 with asingle off Mashrafe Mortaza in the next over, which went for 18 runs as Afridi bludgeoned some huge shots on the leg side.Hafeez was out to a brilliant catch by Soumya Sarkar at the deep midwicket fence. Sarkar plucked the ball from high on his left and, realising he would cross the boundary, flicked it up and jumped back inside the boundary line to complete the catch.Afridi, too, was caught in the deep, but promoting himself up the order paid off as Pakistan registered their highest score at a World Twenty20 and the seventh highest in tournament history.KEYROLE”My performances play a key role,” Afridi said. “It’s a big event and as captain, as a senior player, I had to lead by example. The first six overs were important and Hafeez and Shehzad did very well.”In reply, Bangladesh could not put up a spirited fight and failed to build enough partnerships.Shakib Al Hasan top-scored with 50 not out off 40 balls with five fours and one six, but the pressure of a huge target told on their batsmen.Afridi removed well-set batsmen Sabbir Rahman (25) and Tamim Iqbal (24) to undermine Bangladesh’s chase.”Chasing 200 is always difficult with the Pakistan bowling attack,” Bangladesh captain Mortaza said. “And after six overs, it was almost impossible. Shakib batted very well and we got 150, so it’s not that bad. We didn’t bowl well today.”
As the United States prepares to inaugurate its 45th president, Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield told a visiting Liberian delegation that while new faces will be popping up throughout the government in the coming days, the U.S. will continue to help Liberia.According to the Voice of America (VOA), she spoke at a ceremony where a joint statement was signed on the U.S.-Liberia partnership dialogue. “Our joint statement affirms our commitment to work together to address the challenges that Liberia currently faces and acknowledges the importance of these issues for Liberia’s overall economic development,” she said Tuesday at the State Department.Liberia is still recovering from two brutal civil wars which ended in 2003 and an Ebola outbreak that killed about 4,800 people between 2014 and 2016.3rd round of US-Liberian dialogueThis is the third U.S.-Liberia partnership dialogue, including joint talks on how to expand agricultural production and trade, enhance the West African country’s investment climate and infrastructure and strengthen its post-Ebola recovery and health efforts. The challenge for Liberia, Thomas-Greenfield says, is to make as much progress as it can in the time it has.“Your challenge is to send a clear message to the rest of the world that Liberia’s prioritization of embracing reform and focusing on infrastructure development means that Liberia will be ready for business,” she noted.The partnership dialogue was divided into group sessions focused on how the U.S. can help Liberia diversify its economy away from commodity-driven exports and support private sector growth through expanded financial services and credit facilities, according to Foreign Minister Marjon Kamara.“In response to a request from our Minister of Finance and Development Planning for support in attracting private equity to Liberia, particularly in structuring sovereign bond guarantees, the U.S. offered to provide such support,” she said. “This will go a long way to enhance Liberia’s capacity to finance critical infrastructure deficit, especially in energy and roads.”Cooperation boosts agro-businessMinister Kamara said there were fruitful discussions on helping to expand farm production and developing Liberia’s agro-business sector.“Through building the agro-business value chain, enhancing regional trade and exports and implementing land reform,” the Foreign Minister said, “there‘s no doubt the third dialogue will enhance the progress of the previous dialogue deliberations in this sector, add value to agriculture production and trade as well as enhance food security in Liberia.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
By Andrew CarmichaelPolice have detained a man as they investigate Thursday’s alleged forced entry into a home at Lot 26 Manchester Village, Corentyne, Berbice and the alleged removal therefrom of millions of dollars in cash and jewellery.Forty-seven-year-old Daysha Halley, who sells ground provisions and citrus from aA shocked Daysha Halley trying to come to grips with being robbedmobile station, explained that last Thursday she and her husband had gone about their daily vending operations as usual at about 7:00h, and were not expected back until 19:00h. Their four children were also all out of the home. During that time, the home had been broken into, and $3.5M in cash and a quantity of jewellery were removed.She explained that the house breakage was discovered by 13-year-old Julita Halley when she returned home from school. According to the teenager, when she held the door to open it, the door swung open by itself; and she later discovered that a chest containing money had been opened and the entire house had been ransacked.Mrs Halley explained that the money was being saved to purchase a plot of land. The money, she noted, did not come easily, as she had operated her business from a donkey cart until she was able to purchase a truck.She said she was saving with intention that when her sister arrive in Guyana inA ransacked room of Daysha HalleyNovember, she would have enough money to give her sister.“The chest had two padlocks….them beat it and cut it out to get in…All the wardrobe tumble up; them drawers pull out, all them clothes empty out, all them mattress lift up. The house in a mess!” the devastated woman explained.She noted that the intruders had heisted from her home $3.5M in cash; six gold rings, two pairs of gold bangles and three gold earrings; along with her bank card, two identification cards and other documents.“They break open the children’s piggy banks; one had $24,000, the other one had $10,000 and another one $1500,” she explained.Halley said she had also noticed droplets of blood on the concreted yard by her gate, causing her to believe that her dogs may have attacked the intruders.Moreover, the woman suspects that a neighbour may have been involved in what had transpired. She explained that she became suspicious after she noticed that the intruders had accessed her yard by removing a board from her front fence. She claimed that in order to gain access to that part of the fence, only her neighbour’s bridge could have been used.The woman’s daughter has concurred with her suspicions, saying that when she returned home from school, she had noticed the said neighbour standing on her bridge.One man has since been detained by the police.
A fly-fishing show will make its first stop in Pasadena this year. The Pasadena Fly-Fishing Show will be held March 3-4 at the Pasadena Convention Center. Previously, the show was held at the Ontario Convention Center. It is also a week earlier than the previous shows, which had been held at the same time as the Fred Hall Outdoors and Travel Show in Long Beach. Guides who represent fly-fishing locations from around the world will be in attendance, along with manufacturers of rods, reels, waders, flies, line, clothing, float boats and other accessories. There will be more than 26 how-to and where-to-go programs and at least seven tying and casting demonstrations per day. There will also be book signings and conservation clubs offering information. Small classes with experts Ed Engle, A.K. Best and Joe Humphries on nymphs, fly-tying and casting will be available for $75. Pre-registration is required. The show, the last stop of a 10-city tour, will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 3 and 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on March 4. The cost is $14, and a two-day pass is $24. The cost for youths 12 and under is $2. For information, call (800) 420-7582 or go to the Web site: www.flyfishingshow.com A safe-boating class will be offered by the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 3-10, in Pasadena. The six-week class will begin Feb. 22 and will be held on Thursdays from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at 1118 N. Allen Ave. in Pasadena. Sailboat and powerboat enthusiasts can attend and those who successfully complete the course often receive discounts for boater’s insurance. The only charge is $20, for the study book. Pre-registration is required. For more information, call (626) 798-6385. Because of the invasion of the Quagga mussel in the Colorado River, boaters are being asked to empty, clean and dry their watercraft after each use. Boats are the primary transporters of the mussels, which were discovered in Lake Havasu last month. All boaters and anyone connected to freshwater aquatic environments should wash the hull of each watercraft once it is out of the water, removing all plants and animal material; drain any water through the vessel’s hull plug and ensure the area is dry; ensure the vessel’s lower outboard unit is drained and dry; clean and dry any live-well; empty and dry any buckets and dispose of all bait in the trash. Any vessel traveling from Lake Mead or the Colorado River should remain dry and out of water for five days. For more information, call (866) 440-9530. email@example.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2272 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
“The cooler and wetter weather conditions have also led to decreased fire activity on the Forres Mountain wildfire and the Tenakihi-Mesilionka Complex wildfire,” Fire Information officer, Jill Kelsh said. “This has prompted the rescinding of an existing area restriction around these fires and the lifting of the Peace River Regional District’s evacuation alert for the community of Tsah Key Dene.”Homeowners and industry personnel are encouraged to visit the Wildfire Management Branch website at www.bcwildfire.ca/Prevention for more information and to take the following precautions:Ensure that enough people, water and tools are on hand to control the fire and prevent it from escaping.Do not burn during windy conditions. Weather conditions can change quickly and the wind may carry embers to other combustible material and start new fires.Create a fireguard at least one metre around the planned fire site by clearing away twigs, grass, leaves and other combustible material.Never leave a fire unattended.Make sure that your fire is completely extinguished and the ashes are cold to the touch before you leave the area for any length of time.People planning to conduct an open burn should also check with their local fire department, municipality and regional district to see if they have any open burning restrictions or bylaws in place.People planning to conduct an open burn should also check with their local fire department, municipality and regional district to see if they have any open burning restrictions or bylaws in place.- Advertisement –
0Shares0000The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) operation room in Moscow © AFP / Mladen ANTONOVKAZAN, Russian Federation, Jun 16 – The Video Assistant Referee system was used for the first time in World Cup history on Saturday, when France were awarded a penalty against Australia in Kazan.Antoine Griezmann went down after a tackle in the penalty box in the second half of the Group C fixture. Referee Andres Cunha from Uruguay did not award a spot-kick but after viewing the VAR footage, ruled it was a penalty and Griezmann gave France a 1-0 lead.Minutes later Australia drew level through a spot-kick of their own although it was awarded by the referee, with Mile Jedinak coolly beating Hugo Lloris.VAR has been used to varying degrees of success in Serie A and the German Bundesliga, while FIFA used the system at the Confederations Cup in Russia last year.But the English Premier League voted in April not to use the system during the 2018/19 Premier League season after controversial trials in English cup competitions.VAR technology is used in what are considered “game-changing” situations, such as a goal, penalty or red card, and can also be used to help referees with cases of mistaken identity.FIFA director of referees Massimo Busacca admits the system has been rushed in for the World Cup, but insists officials are ready and that VAR will help referees make better decisions in Russia.Pierluigi Collina, chairman of the referees committee at FIFA, said it was time for the VAR to prove its worth in the modern game because referees were “humans” and should have a safety net to prevent them making mistakes.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Roberto Di Matteo says his side will have to be wary of Newcastle’s attacking talent in tonight’s important league game at Stamford Bridge.Chelsea will face an in-form striker in Papiss Cisse and the Blues interim boss has warned that the Magpies have other dangerous players.Di Matteo said: “Cisse is a very good player and has made a big impact in the Premier League – but unfortunately he’s not the only one!“They have Ben Arfa and Demba Ba. who in the early stages of the season scored many goals for them, Cabaye, Tiote – it’s a very strong team.“Newcastle have done very well this season and they have very good players. It will be a difficult game.”Click here for our Chelsea v Newcastle quizFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook