On the one hand, it stands the general crisis derived from the COVID-19 pandemic, which has precipitated an ERTE in Cornellà-El Prat and which will lead to a market below expectations. On the other hand, the real possibility of a descent to Second, and with it the need to seek income to balance the accounts. Rejected last July by Espanyol its transfer to Bayern Munich, and after sounding a few weeks ago as Everton’s future, Marc Roca would now have a suitor that it would be serious, according to Sport would already have an offer, such as Arsenal. A solvent source assured AS that there is such interest, but another voice also affirms to this newspaper that the movement would have occurred in reverse, which would be the midfielder who has been offered to the ‘gunner’ club. Whether or not interest thrives, there is certainty. Despite the fact that the midfielder has a clause amounting to 40 million, the same to which Espanyol referred to the Bavarians now nine months ago (which cut off his departure) and that in theory there is peace of mind that they have two more seasons of contract, until 2022, Two elements summon the parakeet club to at least have to attend to any offer. AS already reported on March 16 the change of representative of Marc Roca for a more international agency, which did not have to imply a change of scene for the youth squad, U21 European champion in June 2019 and, Despite his discreet current season, indisputable with the three coaches that Espanyol has had: David Gallego, Pablo Machín and Abelardo Fernández.
A little dog has had an unimaginable experience after it was found in a shocking state over the weekend. With the help of local people in Ballybofey, she went through an amazing transformation and has won over the hearts of many people after her story emerged online. The dog’s owners were found after a nationwide search. Her name was Fifi, and her harrowing story had finally come to a happy ending. There was widespread shock on the Twin Towns Lost and Found Dogs Facebook page when photos were posted of the dog after she was found with a huge amount of overgrown matted fur.It appeared that the dog had been lost by its owners some time ago, but where it had been until now was not known. Dog groomer Jenny Leeper at Pretty Paws opened up on Saturday and took on the task of removing her huge filthy coat to reveal a beautiful little white pup beneath.It was an incredible transformation and the little dog was freed from the heavy fur after the grooming. The search then began to track down the owners and two possible owners came forward. They had both lost dogs in the area – one owner was from Galway and the other lives in Ballybofey. They each had to submit their chip numbers to see if it was their pet. Both families were eager to be reunited with their long-lost pets and everyone in the Lost and Found group were waiting in suspense hoping to see a happy ending to the tale.Today, the chip number was matched to the owners in Galway, and while people rejoice to know that Fifi would find her home again, the sad details of her story came to light.Fifi went missing in Galway back in February. She was later found in Carrick-on-Shannon but before her owner could come to rescue her, Fifi had escaped and seemed to have been brought to Ballybofey by finders. She escaped again and had been living rough ever since, which is how she got into such a terrible state while living on her own. When Fifi’s owner rang Doreen today and called out to her, the little dog recognised the woman’s voice and whined for her, Doreen told Donegal Daily.Fifi’s journey back to her home in Galway begins later today and she will be safely home for Christmas.Speaking to Donegal Daily, Doreen said: “Twin Towns Lost and Found Dogs are delighted for the owner. We are a registered rescue group in Killygordon set up four years ago. “We have helped so many dogs surrendered to us by owners. We wish Fifi well and pray she stops her running off and this will be her last adventure.” The Twin Towns Lost and Found Dogs group works to help dogs that are lost over the weekends when other services are closed. Through their Facebook page, they have reunited countless dogs with their owners and brought relief to many families in the area. On Halloween night this year, the group worked to reunite 10 lost dogs with their owners. Fifi finds her family again after incredible year-long journey was last modified: November 8th, 2016 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Home favourite Lee Chong Wei dismantled world No.1 shuttler Chen Long of China in straight games to win his 11th Malaysia Open title here on Sunday.Chong Wei lightened up the home fans by winning six consecutive points after he tied with Chen 2-2 in the opening game. The defending champion seemed unable to mount any real challenge and Chong Wei won the match 21-13 and 21-8 in 42 minutes, reports Xinhua.With this win, world No.4 Chong Wei levelled 12-all in career meetings against the two-time reigning world champion.Lee admitted he was surprised to win by such a margin. But Chen seemed to be satisfied with the runner-up, saying he had achieved his goal for the tournament by grabbing points to qualify for the Olympic Games.In the women’s singles final, former world champion Ratchanok Intanon from Thailand moved past Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei, winning 21-14, 21-15. With this win, 21-year-old Ratchanok clinched her eighth victory out of 13 meetings against Tai.Also, it was Ratchanok’s second consecutive Superseries title — she won in Indian Open in New Delhi on April 3.China won its only title in the tournament after Tang Yuanting and Yu Yang delivered a handy victory over Jung Kyung Eun and Shin Seung Chan of South Korea, winning 21-11, 21-17 in the women’s doubles final.”It was the first time we play against these Korean shuttlers since we paired, so we had prepared to face difficulty,” Yu said. “But the strong wind within the stadium make it impossible to apply our tactics, we win because we managed to control the shuttle better.”advertisementIn the men’s doubles, Chai Biao and Hong Wei of China failed to hang on to their 18-16 lead in the first set against Kim Gi Jung and Kim Sa Rang from South Korea. They subsequently lost the match 19-21, 15-21.Indonesian mix doubles Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir dismayed the home fans by defeating Malaysia’s Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying, winning the title 23-21, 13-21, 21-16.