Brisbane home prices still rising amid Sydney slowdown: CoreLogic

first_imgSydney’s slowing housing market is dragging down the rest of the capital cities. Picture: Jenny Evans. “Because it’s the largest market, it does feed into confidence in housing elsewhere.”Mr Kusher described Brisbane’s housing market as being on “a knife edge” when it came to its future direction.“We know the unit market’s quite weak, but it’s significantly more affordable than Sydney and Melbourne and migration into the state is picking up,” he said. More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours ago GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE Brisbane home values rose 0.1 per cent in November, according to CoreLogic. Picture: Richard Walker.BRISBANE is defying a national housing market slowdown led by Sydney, with new figures showing home prices rose in the Queensland capital in November. The latest home value figures reveal national dwelling values slipped lower this month, falling 0.1 per cent over the past 28 days, dragged down by Sydney’s cooling market.But Brisbane is bucking the trend, with home prices rising 0.1 per cent during the month on the back of a 0.2 per cent increase in October, according to property research firm CoreLogic.Sydney home values have fallen 0.5 per cent over the month of November following a half a per cent fall the month prior.CoreLogic research analyst Cameron Kusher said the slowdown in Sydney was impacting the national result.“The heat is clearly coming out of the market, largely driven by Sydney,” he said. Brisbane home values rose modestly in November, according to CoreLogic.Melbourne remains the most resilient capital city housing market, with values rising 0.5 per cent in November.Mr Kusher put that down to the city being more affordable than Sydney, with stronger population growth and lower stock levels. WHERE RENTING IS UNAFFORDABLE IN QLD BITCOIN ALL THE RAGE ON THE COAST THESE ARE BRISBANE’S CHEAPEST HOMES center_img National home values fell 0.1 per cent in November, according to CoreLogic.If the trend continues over the next few days, it will mark the first month on month fall in the national index since March 2016.Mr Kusher said further falls in national dwelling values were likely in December, but it was difficult to predict how the housing market would perform next year.“We think further slowing in Sydney is likely, but we’re certainly not forecasting a crash,” he said.He’ll be watching what impact that slowdown in Sydney will have on the rest of the capital cities and whether it eats into confidence in other markets.The latest monthly figures provide further evidence APRA’S tightening of standards on investment and interest-only loans is working as a cooling measure for the property market.last_img read more

Several items missing from Tutor site

first_imgSeveral items have gone missing from the Ronald Tutor Campus Center construction site, but authorities disagree as to whether the items were stolen or simply misplaced.According to Department of Public Safety reports, a total of 16 screw guns, each valued at approximately $300 to $400, and a hammer drill battery went missing in the three-month period between November and February.DPS Capt. David Carlisle said DPS does not believe there is any foul play involved.The tools, Carlisle said, are more likely missing because of a poor system in place by the construction company in charge of the site, which doesn’t have a regular system in place for checking on their materials.“At first glance, it doesn’t seem someone is coming in during the middle of the night to steal these things,” Carlisle said. “A number of power tools are checked out by workers, but they don’t check on the equipment again for a number of months.”But Stan Westfall of USC Capital Construction said he thinks there might be a bigger problem at hand.“It could have been misplaced, but last I heard, it wasn’t,” Westfall said.He wouldn’t give details of worker checkout policies, however, for fear of creating further theft issues in the future.“If there is a theft problem, I don’t want people finding out how to get around it,” Westfall said.He noted that steps have been taken to prevent thefts,“We’ve been locking the fences around the project. We can also now lock the building’s doors and that definitely helps,” Westfall said.Carlisle added that he thinks the report was most likely filed for insurance purposes.“We cannot confirm that a theft has occurred,” he said. “It could be misplaced. We really don’t know.”DPS will file a lost property report and then turn the case over to the Los Angeles Police Department.last_img read more

Syracuse players from dominant 1982 team hope to see program cap off Big East era with title

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 9, 2012 at 12:34 am Contact Trevor: tbhass@syr.edu | @TrevorHass Thirty years later, Jim Powers still insists his 1982 Syracuse team got snubbed.Back then, the Big East champion didn’t get an automatic bid, but Powers was positive that beating Boston College in the conference tournament final would ensure an NCAA bid for the Orange.The match was the longest in conference history, taking more than 160 minutes before Syracuse won 1-0 and was crowned as the first-ever Big East tournament champion. But Powers and his teammates were too exhausted to celebrate after the grueling match.“The celebration didn’t really happen until the next night down on Marshall Street,” Powers said. “Then it happened.”The Orangemen finished the season 17-3-2 and won the Big East tournament, yet failed to qualify for the NCAA tournament. Despite that disappointment, the players, now in their early 50s, still look back on the 1982 season with a sense of pride and accomplishment. SU outscored its opponents 51-8 during the regular season that year and defeated St. John’s and BC to clinch the conference title.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFormer players from that team have been following this year’s team closely and they are impressed at the turnaround from a 3-12-1 record in 2011 to a 9-4 start. On the verge of an appearance in the Big East tournament, this year’s team will look to leave its mark with a championship run in the program’s final season in the conference.Powers and his teammates created their own legacy at SU with their remarkable 1982 season.In the sixth overtime against BC in the championship game, Powers corralled a deep pass from SU goalkeeper Joe Papaleo. He took one touch to the 18 yard line, the Eagles goalie came out and Powers slid the ball past his arm into the right side of the net, giving Syracuse the 1-0 win.The very next day, Powers and his teammates awaited the news of whether they qualified for the NCAA tournament, their fate in the hands of the committee.The committee wasn’t convinced by SU’s strong resume, though, and it passed over the Orange.Defender Ken Hayward remembers being crushed when the team didn’t qualify for the tournament.“We played really, really hard and won,” Hayward said. “For some reason we got snubbed by the NCAA. We had a phenomenal record and won the conference tournament and didn’t get in.”Syracuse had never made it to the NCAA tournament, and Hayward thought the heroic win over BC was the clincher.“Our mindset was to do whatever it took to win the game,” Hayward said. “Six overtimes? We don’t care. We’ll run them into the ground. And that’s basically what we did.”Though the historic season brings back fond memories, it’s also a bit fuzzy for Powers. Thirty years have passed, and the players have gone their separate ways.“That goal was the defining moment of the season,” Powers said. “The other stuff, it’s been 30 years and it’s hard to remember that stuff, but that goal was something I’ll never forget.”Defender Matt Moro said he barely remembers certain aspects of the game. He just remembers being incredibly tired and playing an absurd amount of minutes.Shifting his focus, Hayward is excited this year’s Orange is in a position to contend for the Big East championship. In the team’s last season before departing for the Atlantic Coast Conference, Hayward said SU has a shot to make history.He said winning the conference tournament would solidify Syracuse’s stamp on the Big East and make for an entertaining finish to its 30-year run.“That would be bookends,” Hayward said. “It would be a beautiful story if they were able to do it. If they’re able to leave on a high note, I think it would be an outstanding thing for the university.” Commentslast_img read more

NCAA Tournament notebook: It’s madness even before the madness

first_imgST. LOUIS – Right now it’s 3:54 p.m. central time and there’s a plate of loose lettuce and a tomato with a food pick stuck through it to my left. To my right is our traveling photographer, Margaret Lin, who has been editing our video preview of Syracuse-Dayton for what has to be over an hour. We’ve got some spare orange peels and cords weaving in and out of each other along the table lined with beat writers from different schools, different parts of the country and distances certainly closer than the one we traveled all day Wednesday to a Holiday Inn 30 minutes away from the arena we’re in now.The day is dwindling down, for us at least, since Syracuse was the first team to speak to media and hold open practice inside Scottrade Arena. We’ve been fixed on three NCAA Tournament games on the two plasma TVs in the media workroom – first Duke-UNC Wilmington, then Iowa State-Iona and now the tail end of the smartest school in the country about to pull the classic 12-5 upset over Baylor.Earlier in the day, my credential was almost revoked because I hopped a railing from the first row of the stands to floor level because there was no other way to get to the court. One security guard threatened me before calling over another who did the same. But I’m still here, along with fellow beat partners Jesse Dougherty and Sam Blum, as we listen to the distant vacuuming and occasional “oohs” and “ahhs” as Baylor now closes the gap against Yale.For all three of us, it’s our first time covering Syracuse in the NCAA Tournament. For some of the guys sitting across from us, they’re clearly veterans. Writers from USA Today, ESPN, the Detroit Free Press and The New York Times have probably looked at the sticker on my laptop that says the name of a college newspaper. They’re talking about asking Jim Boeheim about Derrick Coleman, a Syracuse great that played for the Orange before any of us were even born, for a reason unbeknownst to us, aged 20, 21 and 22.“Syracuse locker room quotes?”AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Dayton locker room quotes?”“Middle Tennessee locker room quotes?”Hands pop up across the room and we can tell which reporters cover which teams, the desire for voices to fill the bulk of stories that are about to go online – and that’s just for one region of arguably the most entertaining three weeks in sports.Now the light fixture above us is buzzing and some band is blasting music in the arena, which was preceded by Nick Jonas, Justin Bieber and probably some Selena Gomez. None of the teams here have even played a single game and it’s already so hectic that the New York Times reporter is hugging a yellow pole with one hand inches away from the Yale-Baylor game that is now only a one-point contest with 6.8 seconds left.The vacuum in the distance traces over every inch of the rug horizontal to our working space and another staff member at the arena wears a green shirt and headband. Oh yeah, it’s St. Patrick’s Day, but that seems secondary to the day before Syracuse and seven other teams start their NCAA Tournament runs on Friday, since clearly nobody here has had much free time to think about drinking and celebrating… yet.Yale finally closes out its first-ever NCAA Tournament win and it seems like the band in the arena, still blasting some fight song, is playing for them. But they’re not. They’re just rehearsing for the main event tomorrow, which is pretty much what today was about for everyone – players, coaches, Scottrade Arena staffers, media.All that’s left for us here is for Margaret to touch up some photos for the gallery. She asks how many pictures we want in it. I say 15. She responds, “Can it be less?” I say sure. She asks, “Like is 10 OK?”Of course it is. Let’s finally close our laptops – especially Sam’s delayed feed on NCAA.com that he insists on watching instead of following the real-time scores on the TV. It’s almost been seven hours since we navigated our way to the credential pickup after asking a St. Louis Blues staff member with a hockey stick where to go. She looked at us like you’d expect, like we were three 20-year-olds from Syracuse just trying to find our way half a country away.The light has finally stopped buzzing and the only food left is chips, nuts and an array of fruit. I think the band has finally stopped playing… nope I’m wrong. It was only seven seconds of silence. Still rehearsing.“This is a really weird gallery,” Margaret says.This day has been weird in some ways, too. But I guess it’s all just part of the madness before the madness. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on March 17, 2016 at 6:20 pmlast_img read more

David Clifton: Licensing Expert – Puzzle upon puzzle marks the path ahead

first_img Submit StumbleUpon Share Share David CliftonUK gambling regulatory developments during the last month or so have led many to query the reason behind the Gambling Commission’s decision to publish (on 12th May) additional customer interaction guidance for remote operators.What some have found puzzling is not only the range of topics covered in that additional guidance but also its prescriptive nature, particularly bearing in mind the absence of any prior consultation by the Commission with the remote sector. By way of example, whilst UK licensed operators are obliged by the LCCP to merely “take into account” the Commission’s guidance, they are nevertheless specifically directed by one of the new additional provisions to “prevent reverse withdrawal options for customers until further notice”.What is also puzzling is what prompted the Commission to proceed as it did without even giving any advance notice? It said the additional guidance was “due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdown” but, at the same time, it acknowledged that data collected through the gambling industry and YouGov surveys showed that “during lockdown gambling participation is down overall”, that “the majority of those gambling indicate that they have not increased the time or money they have spent” and that “there is no evidence to suggest an increase in problem gambling”.Delve deeper and one discovers that the real ground on which the Commission based its decision to set new rules was data showing an increase during the lockdown in both (a) the use of certain gambling products (such as online slots, poker, casino gaming and virtual sports) and (b) the number of player sessions lasting longer than an hour.  Don’t get me wrong. I’m not suggesting for one moment that none of the measures within the additional guidance lack any logic, but the manner in which they were foisted upon licence-holders could have been handled so much better by the Commission, not least because of its own very frequent call for greater collaboration.As a consequence, the impression has unfortunately been given not only that the regulator’s trust in the sector had been so eroded that it had no alternative but to impose more prescriptive obligations, but also that the Commission was pressurised into taking this action in order to satisfy mounting criticisms of its own performance from cross-party politicians (for example within the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee and the Gambling-Related Harm APPG), the National Audit Office and media commentators alike.There will inevitably be those who may read this article and say that erosion of trust in the sector is entirely justified by the tragic circumstances behind the announcement by the Commission on 27th May of its findings arising from its investigation into PT Entertainment Services Limited, including the reported initial reaction of PTES’s parent company (Playtech).Add to that (a) the Commission’s warning delivered last month to other white label providers by reason of the FSB Technology regulatory settlement and (b) recent news of further ongoing regulatory investigations, and it seems that there may yet be even more fuel to add to an already well-stoked fire before the government’s review of the Gambling Act 2005 even gets to the starting post.The way the regulatory wind is blowing points to an expectation that none of the greater restrictions (including those voluntarily self-imposed by the sector, such as the supposedly temporary removal of TV and radio advertising by BGC members, about which I wrote in my last SBC News article) will be relaxed post-lockdown. Indeed more, not less, regulation seems to be firmly on the cards, with Gambling Commission consultations due to commence shortly on stronger measures around ethical product design (including reverse withdrawals and VIP inducements) as part of the regulator’s stated intention to establish whether “further targeted player protection measures are required on a permanent basis”.Statistics will no doubt play their part in that process. The recently published Gambling Industry Statistics predate the pandemic so will have little direct relevance, but I anticipate attention being focused on a population level survey by YouGov (referred to within a Treatment Needs and Gap Analysis Report published by GambleAware on 18th May) suggesting that gambling harm prevalence is (at 2.7% of the population) considerably higher than the widely accepted Combined Health Survey 0.7% of the population. That certainly led Carolyn Harris MP, Chair of the Gambling-Related Harm APPG, to conclude that “this new data suggests that addiction levels are far higher than has been previously thought – policymakers, the regulator and gambling support services must take note of these important findings and ensure that the correct provision and regulation is in place to support gamblers in the UK”.On the subject of Gambling Commission consultations, all of its licence-holders should take careful note of proposals to make fundamental changes to its corporate governance framework, set out within a consultation that is presently running until 26 June 2020. Likely to attract particular controversy is the extent to which implementation of those proposals might result in Regulatory Panel hearings suffering from (a) less obvious fairness and (b) a potential loss of demonstrable independence from the decisions and recommendations of Commission officers. I recommend that all UK licensed operators and their advisors look at these proposals very carefully.Based on previous years’ experience (and despite the absence of any mention of the same in the Commission’s current calendar of publications), we may see publication this month of the Commission’s annual “Enforcement Report”, containing reference to regulatory decisions over the last year, whether made by Commissioners sitting as a Regulatory Panel or pursuant to powers delegated to Commission officers. As and when that report is available, past experience dictates that it should be regarded as essential reading material not only for existing licensees but also for anyone thinking of applying for an operating licence or personal management licence.Based on last year’s precedent, the Enforcement Report might possibly be followed shortly thereafter by the Commission’s annual “Money Laundering & Terrorist Financing within the British Gambling Industry Report”. If so, this will include reference to emerging ML and TF risks, including those that are the subject of a recent reminder to UK licence-holders under the headings (a) “Digital ID checks”, (b) “Cryptoasset and prepaid cards” and (c) “Money mules”, with businesses advised to “consider whether their money laundering and terrorist financing risk assessment needs updating as a result”. This follows on from a previous AML reminder from the Commission to licensees on the subject of furloughed Nominated Officers.Gambling-related crime is to be the subject of three strands of research to be undertaken by the Howard League Commission on Crime & Problem Gambling, following publication of its literature review on this subject, covering jurisdictions including Australasia, Canada, Germany, Scandinavia, the US and the UK. That review identified the need for research into “the potential effect of gambling addiction treatment on the rate of recidivism, as well as more general research on how best to help vulnerable populations avoid the criminal justice system”.In terms of other major gambling-related initiatives, the last month witnessed launch by the Betting and Gaming Council of its £10 million national gambling education and support programme in support of its previously declared commitment to “prevent underage gambling and protect young people”.This was followed by publication of an ASA report entitled “Children’s exposure to age-restricted TV ads: 2019 update”, finding that children’s exposure to TV advertisements for gambling products or services has fallen to similar levels as those seen in 2008 (although it also found that children’s overall exposure to TV advertising has almost halved since 2008). Not surprisingly, the focus of future such concerns will be concentrated on gambling advertising online, the Annual Report of the ASA and CAP published on 3rd June (and entitled “Using Technology for Good”) recording that, during 2019, the ASA received 16,767 complaints regarding online advertising overall, as against 9,971 regarding TV advertising.With live sport gradually re-awakening, betting shops and arcades possibly re-opening for business from 15th June (subject to strict hygiene and social distancing rules) and some casinos (in England at least) possibly doing likewise from 4th July, I am hoping that my next “Licensing Expert” article for SBC News will contain rather more news on land-based gambling than this predominantly online gambling focussed article does… However, in these very uncertain times, we will just have to wait and see!____________David Clifton – Director – ‎Clifton Davies Consultancy Limited UKGC launches fourth National Lottery licence competition August 28, 2020 UKGC hails ‘delivered efficiencies’ of its revamped licence maintenance service  August 20, 2020 Related Articles Winning Post: Swedish regulator pushes back on ‘Storebror’ approach to deposit limits August 24, 2020last_img read more

Wellington volleyball team splits triangular: losing to 4th ranked Rose Hill, beating Winfield

first_imgFor more photos of the triangular click here.Follow us on Twitter. Siarah Walker spikes it over against Rose Hill Tuesday.by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The Wellington Crusader volleyball team has been touting its new improved product on the gymnasium floor. On Tuesday, many of the home town fans got to see this product in motion for the first time this season.And what’s the verdict? Not bad.Wellington would lose the first match to Rose Hill 25-23 and 25-18. But the Crusaders would rebound to win the second match over Winfield 25-7, 26-24. The Crusaders are now 5-3 for the season.“Wellington played very good volleyball,” said Alison Widen, Wellington head girls volleyball coach. “I thought our fight was good. We just need to get over the hump of not finishing a complete game.”The Crusaders still have that habit of not finishing off their opponents. For example, Wellington was leading the preseason Kansas Volleyball Association Class 4A-Div. 1 fourth ranked Rose Hill Rockets 23-22 in the first set. But a serving error tied the game up and a lane violation followed.Rose Hill, who is highly ranked for a reason, would make Wellington pay and won the game with that last point. The second game, Wellington played catch up after surrendering an early lead. Even though they would pull even with the Rockets, Rose Hill would take back the lead. That Madison Degnan for Rose Hill is pretty good.Against Winfield, the Crusaders picked up their second straight win against the Vikes. Wellington had earlier beaten Winfield in the Viking “Early Bird” Tournament last Saturday. Tuesday was more of the same. After cruising through the first game against the Vikes, Winfield would make Wellington earn the win in game two.The Crusaders have played an astonishing eight matches in three days. They will not see competitive action until next Tuesday when they travel to McPherson for a triangular with Mulvane.That should be an interesting day of volleyball. Mulvane is the team that eliminated Wellington in the sub-state a year ago. McPherson, well… the Bullpups are good at everything.  Interestingly enough, they were ranked below Rose Hill in the Class 4A Div. 1 poll.Rose Hill was ranked No. 4 and McPherson was ranked No. 6.As Wellington proved Tuesday, though, it can play with Rose Hill. It most certainly can do the same with McPherson. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentslast_img read more

Gil Marín met with the team

first_imgMiguel Ángel Gil, CEO of Atlético, met with the staff and coaching staff of Atlético at the Majadahonda facilities. The rojiblanco leader usually meets them in the middle of each season to assess what has been done so far and also to join forces in the face of what lies ahead. Gil Marín thanked the most veteran for the support they have given to the new, since it is a campaign in which the staff has been renewed and there are many new players on the squad. The newcomers made them see that he is very happy with them for the adaptation they are having in the team and also had words towards the coaching staff. Atlético is third and is meeting the objectives set at the beginning of the season. In addition, the team overcame the group stage of the Champions League, another challenge marked at the beginning of each year. Gil Marín and the squad understand that Atlético let out some points that could have placed the team much higher on the table but they remembered that the Spanish Super Cup is at stake shortly and the leader pointed out that it is an important title for the entity . At Atlético’s locker room there was talk of how important it would be for the international expansion of the club to win the Spanish Super Cup in Saudi Arabia and the morale it would mean for the team. The Champions League, with the tie that will be played against Liverpool, is marked in red on the Atlético calendar. Gil Marín, finally, wished all the members of the rojiblanco team a happy year.last_img read more

First afternoons at Johan Cruyff

first_imgQuique Setién is carrying out an accelerated course of adaptation to the Barcelona environment with his team of collaborators. On Tuesday he trained in the morning, at noon he was introduced and re-directed session in the afternoon. He suspended the day off for players to exercise yesterday morning and afternoon He showed up with his entire coaching staff at the Estadi Johan Cruyff to watch the match between the Blaugrana subsidiary and the Badalona.They did not do it alone. There was entrance in the noble zone of the new stadium. Setién, Sarabia, Pascua and Soto were accompanied by the deputy to the sports management, Ramon Planes as well as Guillermo Amor, José Mari Bakero, Joan Barbará, Álex García and Jordi Roura in a box with the presence of former Barça Víctor Muñoz soccer players and Pichi Alonso. A match against Badalona in which García Pimienta’s team, who for hours was a very serious candidate to train the first team, could not count on Riqui Puig, who aims to enter the first team’s list on Saturday to face Granada in the debut of Setién because of the withdrawal of De Jong by sanction, the cession of Aleñá and the physical state of Arthur.last_img read more

The eyes of this dog are so beautiful that you could impersonate a Disney mascot

first_imgWinnie is another animal that has become famous in social networksThis is a UK cocker spaniel puppyWinnie stands out for a sweet look reminiscent of Disney movies Whether we like animals or not, whether they are more fans of cats or dogs, the truth is that humans feel something special every time we see a puppy, regardless of the species. Be it a gorilla, an elephant or a puppy, our heart softens like bread with the image of one of these newborns. However, things can become even more tender when one of the puppies presents typical eyes from Disney movies.Recently a dog puppy has gone viral on social networks, especially his Instagram account, for his adorable appearance that perfectly complements with nice eyes. We talked about Winnie, a cocker spaniel who currently barely has three months of age, but whose profile on Instagram is already followed by more than 235,000 people around the world. And all thanks to its adorable appearance! Cocker Spaniel dog breed. Image: iStockcenter_img In addition to the adorable image we have of any puppy, Winnie loves to look at her owners and the camera with a sweet and tender look, whose eyes seem directly drawn by a Disney artist. It has been this look, that some already compare with that of the Shrek Puss in Boots. Winnie’s short life is being completely transmitted through Instagram, whose owners manage even before birth. The first photograph of it is an ultrasound of Winnie.last_img read more

Sergi Roberto: “Since the victory it is easier to work”

first_imgSergi Roberto spoke as soon as the match ended at Movistar. -Have they endured more than Betis?-It was a very physical match. They have raised a daring match. It was almost a man to man. In the second part there were more spaces. Even more with expulsions. We have finished dead but at least we get all three points. How much did they need this win?We came from losing in Bilbao, but I think that was unfair. But we had to stay the same. It was important to meet again away from home and we leave happy because this course is costing us a lot.How did you see the arbitration?Well, there have been alternatives in the game, it has been nice for the spectator We leave happy with the three points.Are you beginning to understand Setién better?-Now we have more games, more weeks of training. At the beginning you need an adaptation time, but since the victory it is easier to work. This is the line to follow because they have hardly had opportunities in the second part.last_img read more