It will not be any match for Rubén Baraja this Saturday against Elche. “It was my first professional team”he remembered. “We started with great difficulties because of the administrative decline and the team was broken, only with four or five professionals and at risk of going down to Second B. The people responded and we stayed in Segunda making a fast and running team in August. The season was quite dignified, even fighting for the play off. I have a great memory “, he related.And of the current Elche, he said he is competing “at a high level and has important players. They try to play, risk at the start, attract you to have the possibility to play the spaces and then Pere Milla and Nino are important, also Fidel, “he analyzed.For this duel, Mr. recover Alex Bermejo and possibly also Dani Hernández, who has cut recovery times. Even so, Most likely, it will be repeated on the eleventh of last week against Rayo Vallecano. Baraja put his feet back on the ground to all who think beyond permanence. “We have to be aware of our reality and situation. It does not go down in a day or two. You have to add points to get away from the area below, “he said. He also knows that Heliodoro has to be a plus. “Our audience will cheer us up like in the last matches and win would put us in a better situation, but we are closer down than we would like; a bad result can put you there again. “The coach also referred to the carnivals, which are launched this Friday. “We have not spoken much but I understand that you live with passion. We will think about Carnival and if they have days off there will be time to enjoy it, hopefully it will be with three more points. Hopefully it will be a beautiful game and we all enjoy it, “he wished.
First Published: November 22, 2019, 10:39 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. New Delhi: Rajasthan’s Manavaditya Singh Rathore won his first trap gold medal in the junior section at the Shotgun Nationals on Friday. He also won a gold in the team event in the juniors and a silver in the senior section. In the junior final, Rathore was up against Punjab’s Jungsher Singh Virk and the boy from Rajasthan prevailed 45-44 to land his first national crown. His state colleague Vivaan Kapoor won bronze with a finals score of 35. Rathore, the son of minister and BJP leader Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, also won the team title in his category. Combining with Vivaan and Aman Ali Elahi, Rathore clinched the junior men’s team title with a combined effort of 351, way ahead of Haryana who managed 345 for silver.In the senior event, former world champion Manavjit Singh Sandhu of Punjab teamed up with Virk and Namanveer Singh Brar for a total of 358, which put them two ahead of Rajasthan, giving Rathore’s team the silver medal.
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers on Friday voting in favor of a package of measures aimed at curbing sex trafficking and helping the victims of such crimes. Herrera Beutler noted in a release to the media there have been several high-profile cases of trafficking in the local region. Earlier this month, a 17-year-old Camas teenager went missing and was thought to be a victim of human trafficking. The young woman was found, and there is an investigation into her disappearance. This spring, The Columbian reported on a Vancouver woman who played a role in the prostitution of two teenage girls and was sentenced to a decade in prison. The measures passed by the U.S. House — now heading to the Senate — would allow Department of Justice grants to fund emergency housing for victims of trafficking. The package of bills also aim to ensure states have updated policies on child welfare and identify resources to help train employees of such departments to spot possible cases of human trafficking. Another one of the bills would promote transition foster children more quickly into adoptive homes.“The bills we passed give the professionals who are entrusted with caring for these kids the resources and training they need to better identify when a child has become a victim and to help give them appropriate care,” Herrera Beutler said in a statement. “We also begin to address the need for emergency housing for those children who have been successfully removed from trafficking. As we continue to fight to stop this crime, we also need to help former victims regain structure and normalcy in their lives.”Kay Vail, a Clark County juvenile probation counselor, said sex trafficking in the region is more prevalent than people would assume. She noted that the package would also help tap existing grants to create housing for victims of trafficking, adding that there’s a need for such housing in Clark County.