Jordi Alba and his trip to Camp Nou: “I don’t like to be beaten in the 15th minute”

first_imgAfter making a small move with the harrow in the 2-0 action that was overturned by Martínez Munuera and the VARJordi Alba opened another melon of conflict between players and fans after the game and complained about the pitos that Barça heard at some point: “The attitude of the team is good, the players leave everything. No player likes not to play well, but whistling in the fifteenth minute with a zero draw I don’t like. Just as I respect everyone, they have to respect me. And I don’t like to be beaten“. He also denied problems with Eder Sarabia: “It seems that Sarabia killed someone … now it seems that the coaching staff cannot express themselves as they wish and for nothing … he lives football intensely, he did not disrespect anyone, I would have done the same or worse in his place, we are not upset ”.last_img read more

Local cops cooking up a cause

first_imgLocal police officers, who are participating in the Tour de North, will be cooking up some fresh hotdogs and hamburgers for community members and the general public.Tour de North is a fundraising bicycle ride, which starts in Prince George and continues 900 kilometres to Prince Rupert.“Everyone loves BBQ,” Cpl Jodi Shelkie said. “It’s good food and good times for a good cause.”- Advertisement -All donations are going towards the Canadian Cancer Society, and are being used to fund life-saving research and programs like Camp Goodtimes, which helps reduce its impact on families.The BBQ will be held Sunday September 7, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.last_img read more