The Brazilian striker Deyverson Silva suffered the impact of a lighter on the leg when he celebrated the goal he scored in the first half, and the object was launched from the stands where the Dutch fans were.Likewise, the UEFA Control, Ethics and Discipline Committee has notified Ajax that after the game several seats of the destroyed Alfonso Pérez Coliseum were found in the area reserved for these same fans.The whole of Amsterdam You have six days to respond to the allegations, and the highest European football body will communicate on March 26 if it finally imposes a penalty.Ajax already suffered last October a fine of 50,000 euros due to the altercations caused by their fans after Valencia-Ajax, Champions League, last October 2.The highest body of European football He also punished the club with an away game without being able to buy tickets, but the sanction was temporarily suspended on condition that their fans did not incur similar behaviors for a year. The UEFA investigates the launch of objects of the Ajax followers in the field of Getafe During the first leg of the round of 16 of the Europa League, the Dutch club said Tuesday in a statement posted on its website.
Maureen Andrade Montague and her kids were being watched.Unblinking eyes — etched in stone, actually — were peeking at them through the shrubbery.“I was captivated by her, and I began painting her,” Montague said.Now her interpretations of those eyes are bringing more focus to an iconic image of the Columbia River region.One of Montague’s versions of “She Who Watches” will be part of the exhibit Saturday when she leads an art talk at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site Visitor Center.The exhibit features 10 works from seven artists inspired by Fort Vancouver; it was curated by Montague to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service.Other artists represented are Cynthia Heise, Erin Dengerink, Christine Eagon, Pepper Toelle Kim, Sharri LaPierre and Tom Relth. Several of the artists are expected to be on hand to discuss their creations.Her exhibit version — “She Who Watches is Waiting” — was inspired by the pictograph, Montague said. She has never visited the original version (also known as “Tsagaglalal”) at Columbia Hills State Park, near Dallesport. But Montague came across a copy near Vancouver Barracks.“I first became acquainted with the image when I was a young mother living in the Hudson’s Bay neighborhood. I would walk my babies in a stroller,” she said.