Eder Sarabia’s open letter from confinement

first_imgThe second coach of FC Barcelona, ​​Eder Sarabia, sent a letter, through the club’s official media, where he explains his day to day during the confinement due to the coronavirus crisis.After a few first paragraphs where he evokes what he would be doing in the Blaugrana club if this pandemic had not devastated the planet, “at eight in the morning I would have woken up to go to the Ciutat Esportiva”, adding that “surely I would have found myself in the dining room Setien with a bowl of fruit and we would have talked about Johan Cruyff, who was celebrating four years of his death ”, the assistant begins to review his daily life in the confinement. “Before eating, I start to play chess, then I learn a little Catalan in an online course that I signed up for, then I cook a delicious pasta salad and I stretch out on the sofa to take a nap,” says the technician, who ensures that this dish is one of their specialties. You also have time to “review the latest games on the computer” and even enjoy one of your favorite sports: cycling. “I spent the whole afternoon watching the legendary Vuelta del 91, when Indurain first dressed in yellow.”Like the rest of mortals, he is also hooked on the series. In his case, it is ‘You’, “a series that has me hooked and that I took advantage of to see two chapters.”At 8:00 p.m. he goes out to the balcony to applaud and thank the toilets for his work, and then puts on his sneakers, using the dining room “as a makeshift gym.” After having dinner “a French omelette and a grilled chicken breast”, the night ended “talking to my parents and my sister on the phone.”Sarabia ends his article, acknowledging that he is “privileged” and that this confinement has made him even more aware of “valuing more” everything he has.last_img read more

Women’s Soccer Edges South Dakota, 1-0, In Home Opener

first_img Next Game: HTML Box Score Story Links Milwaukee 9/4/2016 – 1 PM DES MOINES, Iowa – Sophomore Alyssa Brand (Skokie, Ill.) scored the game winning goal for the Drake University women’s soccer team to edge South Dakota, 1-0, Friday night in its home opener at Cownie Soccer Complex. Live Stats Preview Drake returns to action Sunday against visiting Milwaukee with first kick set for 1 p.m. at Cownie. Print Friendly Versioncenter_img Full Schedule Roster Junior goalie Haley Morris (Clive, Iowa) was great in the net for the Bulldogs. Morris finished with seven saves, including several key stops in the second half when the Coyotes attempted to tie the game. Drake recorded its fourth consecutive shutout to start the season. Brand’s game winner came at the 29:12 mark in the first half. Drake (3-0-1) had been on the offensive leading to the goal as the Bulldogs recorded several good shots on goal, but could not find the net. However, junior Hannah Wilder (Wheatfield, Ind.) blasted a shot from the top of the box that South Dakota (1-3-1) goalkeeper Parker Rytz blocked but was unable to corral as Brand raced in and finished the play for her second goal of the season. Photo Gallery Drake had an 11-2 advantage in shots in the first half, but South Dakota came back in the second half with a 10-2 advantage in shots in the second half. The Bulldogs played without senior standouts Sarah Grace Nicholson (Overland Park, Kan.) and Rebecca Rodgers (Peotone, Ill.), but had several freshmen play significant minutes. PDF Box Score last_img read more