first_imgÁlex faces his third season in Cádiz, where he feels happy and eager to get promoted to First: “In Cádiz you live very well. Sports things are going very well … so as not to be here too long. There are eleven matchdays left and We want to play. We have been leaders all season, we have a good advantage … If we get promoted without playing it will be a happiness, but it can also happen that the League is annulled. We live to compete. I think the league will end behind closed doors, in my opinion. “ On the possibility of playing every two or three days, Álex is in favor: “It may be a beating, but in the end the templates are long … 25 players per team. There you will see the wardrobe. The big teams do it in the Champions League, so it can be our turn. “The player spoke of his arrival in Cádiz and what football means to those from Cádiz: “When I arrived in Cádiz, people knew me. The ‘brother of Nacho’. I am super proud to be his brother. Football is lived in Cádiz, it is a passion. Of all the places I’ve been, this is where football is most lived. I have become very hooked on what the club is, the people, and there is a connection with them. This stadium has something different. I have played on large fields … it is a stadium that any footballer would like to be in. For your Cadiz (referring to Carlos) do not worry that we go to First. I think I have many years left here. “ @ Cádiz_CF ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Image of the digital chat between Carlos Coello and Álex.@ Cádiz_CF Álex Fernández, a Cádiz player and Carlos Coello, a three-time world champion from Muaythai and born in the Andalusian city, held a digital talk yesterday in the section that opened the yellow team on its website, titled ‘Vis a Vis’. Carlos, who is in Thailand, began by narrating the situation that the country is experiencing with the coronavirus crisis: “In the town I am in there is no case, but to leave the house we have to wear a mask. There is a curfew, the gym is closed, and we do solo work to maintain ourselves. “ Álex gave his vision of how the return to work will be for the teams: “I think it will start behind closed doors. It would be a big risk putting 30,000, 40,000 people in a stadium. If there was a second wave it would be catastrophic. We have no idea what will happen or when. With all the people who are dying … to think about resuming the competition “.Carlos, who was caught in the coronavirus crisis in Thailand, stated that he was going to return to Cádiz before this happened: “I was preparing my return to Cádiz before this. I really wanted to fight in Cádiz to remove the thorn from the last defeat. That day my opponent was better than me. After that defeat came three more victories. “The footballer is an admirer of the fighter, whom he knows personally, and stated that he would like to try in the martial arts: “My wife does karate. When I retire I may go if she is excited, at home she teaches me some kata. I would like to practice it someday “.last_img read more

first_imgThe Director General of Gujarat Police, PP Pandey downplayed the celebratory firing at the wedding ceremony of Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, saying such practice is common in his home state of Uttar Pradesh where at least 100 rounds are fired in every marriage.”It’s a minor issue. I am from UP. Hundred to two hundred rounds are fired in every marriage there,” Pandey told reporters who asked him to comment on the celebratory firing at the cricketer’s wedding in Rajkot on Sunday.He said such incidents are not “uncommon in marriages” in Uttar Pradesh.The 27-year-old left-handed batsman tied the nuptial knot with Riva Solanki in a ceremony at Rajkot where a reveller opened celebratory firing in the air.Police on Sunday initiated inquiry after a reveller shot several rounds in the air in Jadeja’s marriage procession. Nobody was injured in the incident.The incident occurred when a reveller, apparently a relative of Jadeja, who was within a few feet of the horse-mounted cricketer, fired in air from his revolver. Police had said it’s illegal to use even licensed firearms except in cases of self-defence.Rajkot police had already launched an inquiry to find if the revolver used was licenced or not.Also, Jadeja who tied the knot with the Rajkot-based mechanical engineer on Sunday, showed off his skills with the sword during the pre-wedding ceremony.Jadeja floored the guests with his talwar-baazi skills during his sangeet ceremony on the eve of his marriage. Jadeja brandished his sword, slicing the air repeatedly.advertisement(With inputs from PTI)last_img read more