Marbella is the Liverpool of the Costa del Sol

first_imgResult of this teamwork are the records that add up. “We value it very much and We are proud, but it will not be worth anything if at the end of the season we do not get the promotion to Second which is the objective that we have set” ‘Best of You’ set out, as soon as you landed, to get the city to feel the project to be developed for the club’s growth. “We have demonstrated seriousness in our management model and people have understood that. It is increasingly identified with its colors. SWe know that climbing is very complicated because Group IV is strong, but it is important to be champions because that way we will have better options to complete our goal ”.Precisely, on Sunday there is great game. Nothing less than Cartagena-Marbella With the lead at stake. “That is a classic and not Real Madrid-Barcelona” (jokes). Cartagena is a great team that we are not good at. If we win, we will take a giant step to consolidate our leadership. ”La Rosaleda, option while doing a new stadiumIf Marbella amounts to Second Division, the party will be colossal. But there would be a problem. I could not play in the Antonio Lorenzo Cuevas stadium because it is not suitable for LaLiga rules. “We have already talked to the City Council about the need to make a new stadium and we are at it. But of course we cannot play in ours and we would have to find an alternative one. The option of La Rosaleda is the closest. We calculated that we would be playing for two years until a new stadium becomes a reality ”: emphasizes the CEO. David Cubillo debuted as coach of Marbella on January 7, 2019 after the cessation of Padilla. The beginning was unflattering as he fell at home to Jumilla. 0-3 The Madrid was not discouraged and gradually managed to forge a team with seal and recognizable. A year and a month later, Marbella is the leader of Group IV of Second B. At this time, only three defeats, the one mentioned against the Murcia team and two more against Cartagena and Badajoz. At a first glance we see that only Liverpool have lost less in the League. A match.These good figures lead us to two interesting brands. First, that Marbella is the team of the first three Spanish divisions that have lost the least games this season, only one (it was only after the defeat of Real Madrid against Levante). The second is tremendous. Since the one named January 2019, only one team has lost less than the Marbella players in their domestic competition (that is, in the League). And this is Liverpool that, since it fell on January 3 with the Manchester City of Pep Guardiola, has not known defeat again.To discuss this sweet moment we talk to Héctor Morales, the CEO. “We are very happy and see that Marbella has triggered the illusion. When we arrived at the club (the company ‘Best of You’ takes the management) 800 people went to the field. Last Sunday against the Balona there were 2,500 ”.last_img read more

Mother, baby recovering after pinned under collapsed house

first_imgMahdia freak storm“I was so scared, I thought I was going to die,” recalled Norma Ferreira, who is nursing serious injuries about her body following a freak storm at Mahdia, Region Eight (Potaro-Sipiruni).The collapsed houseFerreira, 27, and her five-month-old baby were pinned under heavy debris after her elevated wooden house collapsed during the unusual storm on September 6, 2019.The woman, who has been living in the mining town all her life, suffered a fractured nose, a broken jaw, and bruises to her entire face.“I am feeling much better now,” she told Guyana Times during an interview on Tuesday.Ferreira is currently hospitalised at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC). Her baby boy received injuries to his head. The child was discharged and is currently staying with relatives back home.The woman and her baby were at home during the storm which destroyed several buildings and uprooted trees. The roof of the primary school was blown off and power lines sustained damages.It was unlike anything she had ever seen before.The powerful winds lasted for approximately fifteen minutes. Ferreira said her house was flattened within the blink of an eye.While help came right away, the woman said she and her baby were trapped as it took “a while” for persons to remove the debris.Injured: Norma FerreiraThe mother and child were immediately medevaced for emergency medical attention.Ferreira’s reputed husband, Jordon Joseph, was not at home at the time of the incident. He was just returning from the interior where he works as a miner, when the cab driver informed him of what occurred.Jordan said the next day, he took a flight out to Georgetown to visit his wife and he was completely taken aback with the extent of the injuries about her body.“I felt so sad,” Jordan said, while adding that he thankful that both his wife and baby live to see another day.For now, he said the family is burdened with a lot of expenses. Not only do they have to worry about rebuilding their home, but Jordan said he has to factor in other costs such as meals and transportation.He is currently staying on the East Coast of Demerara (ECD) and would visit his wife every day at the GPHC.He is unsure when she will be discharged.Meanwhile, Miss Indigenous Heritage Queen Sherryanna, who hails from that region, has been visiting the injured woman and offering support.Anyone desirous of helping the family can contact Jordan on 665-4357.last_img read more