Aitor, the goal that stops LaLiga the most, challenges Jan Oblak

first_imgJan Oblak Y Aitor Fernández, two of LaLiga’s most prominent goalkeepers will measure their strength in the Wanda Metropolitano in a direct duel. The goalkeeper who less goals grant of the championship against goalkeeper which is more involved in the competition. The duel is served. And, despite their notable differences, in terms of style or size, they share a common link: both are fundamental for the interests of their teams. Oblak, Zamora Trophy of the last four editions, it is the reference in First Division. Precisely the Past course he was the one who punched his goal so many more, with 27. The previous seasons had them closed with 18, 21 and 22respectively. This is already 11 embedded in a game to finish the first round. However, in that facet of the game, the one that stands out is Aitor Fernández with 78 interventions in what we have been in season. Leading the board alone, far ahead from Manolo Reina (64), the one of Arrasate sustains the offensive and uninhibited style of the granotas with his interventions. Nonetheless so has only been able to leave immaculate the goal in Two occasions this season, before the Valladolid (2-0) Y Eibar (0-0). The Basque, on more than one occasion, has recognized that his idyllic result is not fitting. A complicated task in this Levante, which bases its strength on the exchange of blows with the rival.With two years apart, Oblak and Aitor They have lived different paths until they reach this moment. Now, they are measured in one of LaLiga’s duels.center_img In this new Atlético de Madrid, with a more interventionist version of Slovenian, has managed to leave his zero goal in nine occasions in the 18 matches played so far with 39 stops. Being the goalkeeper who more often left his goal blank in 2019, in 25 of the 46 crashes who participated The best of the big leagues. This year, it is ahead of Ter Stegen (36), Vaclik (36) or Courtois (33), for example.last_img read more

Correction – Running track opening facing more delays

first_img[asset|aid=3075|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=caa7521a2ff72ca7dbd4ecea3344a4b3-Hunter Enerplex 2_1_Pub.mp3] She says the City chose to develop the parking lot and surrounding grounds itself since it was able to get government grants for those specific parts of the project.A further problem the city has encountered – especially after Thursday’s significant amount of rain – is that the roof leaks in certain places.Wilkinson says that the leaks will have to be fixed before the City takes over complete ownership of the building.[asset|aid=3076|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=caa7521a2ff72ca7dbd4ecea3344a4b3-Wilkinson 1_1_Pub.mp3] Advertisement The project was a design build, which Hunter says is quite common for municipalities to undertake.In having a ‘design build’ facility, the City gives specifications as to what it requires – in terms of function – and the design and construction of the building is done entirely by an outside firm. [asset|aid=3074|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=caa7521a2ff72ca7dbd4ecea3344a4b3-Hunter Enerplex 1_1_Pub.mp3] This process means that the City does not have to take ownership of the building until it has been completed to its standards, ensuring that any extra costs are taken on by the outside firm and not by the City.Advertisement **Correction – would like to correct a mistake at the beginning of this article.  The changes to the running track, will not delay the planned opening this October, 2010.  The grand opening was planned for the fall of 2009 and the City decided to push back the opening until this year.  The following article has been modified from the original version.The Enerplex continues to move forward with the grand opening scheduled for October.Work is still being completed on the running track in order to fix building code requirements.- Advertisement -The building code requires a certain number of exits for this type of track and the distance that someone at any point on the track would have to travel to reach an exit, says David Wilkinson, an associate principal of Cannon Design, the company acting as a project representative on behalf of the city.The city has taken over occupancy of the first and second floors of the complex but it is not taking over occupancy or ownership of the third floor until it is found to be up to code, says City Manager Dianne Hunter.The City hired a joint venture firm to design and construct the building at a set cost.Advertisementcenter_img One problem with this type of build, says Hunter, is in completion time, which is why the official opening has been delayed.However, she adds that the city is not losing operational revenue from the track since it was originally designed to be a free amenity for residents.last_img read more

Lawsuit imperils Ghost Runners Brewery waterfront plans

first_imgA dispute between Ghost Runners Brewery and an investor spilled into the courts last week and could affect development of its coveted waterfront real estate.In a complaint filed Friday in Clark County Superior Court, Texas-based investor Brad Rummer argues that the brewery has been mismanaged into insolvency and its assets should be sold off by a receiver.Jeff Seibel, who together with his wife, Amy, owns the majority of the company, calls the mismanagement claims untrue and said the suit is part of a “hostile takeover.” He says Rummer torpedoed the business so he could seize its assets — including a 6,500-square-foot space at The Waterfront Vancouver.Neither Rummer or his attorneys at Vancouver firm Landerholm could be reached for comment.Rummer’s complaint states he was recruited as an investor whose portfolio could help Ghost Runners Brewery land a lease at The Waterfront Vancouver, a multibillion-dollar development near the Columbia River that at the time had not yet broken ground. Rummer invested $200,000 and came to an agreement with the brewery’s three co-owners.Rummer’s complaint alleges that sometime after entering into the agreement, the brewery’s sales started to slide and he was asked to invest more capital. The complaint further alleges the brewery failed to meet some of its obligations to Gramor Development, the Tualatin, Ore.-based firm with whom Ghost Runners signed its waterfront lease.last_img read more