There will be a corridor from Seville to Real Madrid on Saturday in Chamartín

first_imgIn addition, there are precedents in reverse. In 2006, when Sevilla won their first UEFA Cup, the next league match was against the Real Madrid team at Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán. Then the whites paid tribute to the team at the time of Juande Ramos, who had released his European record.The gesture was a tradition that was seen normally until a few years ago, but in recent campaigns there have been episodes that have distorted the issue. Among other exceptions, Barcelona refused to make the white team a hallway for its conquest of the Club World Cup in 2017. “It is usually done if we participate in that competition. It is not the case now,” justified the director of Barça institutional relations, Guillermo Amor.Months later, Real Madrid returned the trip to Barça when he visited Chamartín with the newly conquered LaLiga title. Zidane explained then the refusal of the whites: “We are not going to make a corridor. It is a decision of mine and that’s it. I do not understand the corridor. Barcelona broke it. It is that tradition no longer exists.” LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 15, 2020 Sevilla will make a corridor to Real Madrid in the Santiago Bernabéu before the dispute between the LaLiga match between the two next Saturday, starting at 4:00 p.m.. The Nervión team will have the usual and gentlemanly gesture between two teams when a title has just been won, in this case the Spanish Super Cup played last week in Jeddah.At the beginning of last year, Villarreal players made a corridor for Real Madrid players in the first meeting of 2019 for both teams after the white team manage to win the Club World Cup. Santi Cazorla, among other moments of mention, hugged his former teammate at Málaga Isco Alarcón while he was passing among the yellow players.center_img LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 15, 2020last_img read more

Costa Rica is losing 30 percent of its ecosystems study finds

first_imgRelated posts:Scientists from 15 countries study deep carbon sources in Costa Rica Climate change threatens human’s and wildlife’s access to water, says new report ‘Vaccinated’ mosquitoes released in Rio to combat dengue Nearly 14,000 sickened banana workers to receive payment for pesticide exposure Some of Costa Rica’s ecosystems could be on the verge of disappearing, says a new study released at the Mesoamerican Protected Areas Congress, held this week in San José. The report was issued by Costa Rica’s Tropical Agriculture Research and Higher Education Center (CATIE) in coordination with the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).By analyzing environmental degradation in 42 different areas between 1960 and 2010, researchers determined that 30 percent of Costa Rica’s ecosystems are in danger of losing their useful attributes such as providing drinking water or fighting climate change.Researchers found the largest amount of environmental degradation in the country’s northeastern plains, including in the Caribbean tourist hub of Tortuguero. According to researchers, most of these problems can be attributed to the loss of forest cover.The IUCN – which creates the Red List of Threatened Species – initiated the research as part of an initiative to create a Red List of Ecosystems. The IUCN hopes the list will be used as a risk-management tool to protect endangered ecosystems. Facebook Commentslast_img read more