City, Ajax and Red Bull tempt Pablo Pérez, youth of Sevilla


first_imgHe Seville awaits he end of this confinement by coronavirus to try renew the contract of Pablo Pérez, youthful side who trains under the orders of Julen Lopetegui for a while now and it’s one of the great quarry pearls Nervionense. Pablo, international U19, contract ends in June 2021 and have one termination clause affordable for some important clubs in Europe, who already think about paying it and who have touched the agency that represents the footballer, Implica-T.Manchester City, Ajax Amsterdam and the scout army of the empire Red Bull (Leipzig, Salzburg and New York) they have been following Pablo Pérez for months. He Seville went ahead in its day Betis and Valencia to sign him, and Monchi strives to maintain you and raise the clause of rescission so that they do not take it to blow of checkbook. The position he occupies is also important in Nervión: Sergio Reguilón is on loan by Real Madri and it is not known if he will continue at Sánchez Pizjuán and Sergio Escudero, with one more year of contract yet, comes leaving many doubts in his last performances, so it is possible that he will come out next summer. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 30, 2020 Lopetegui has shuffled make the footballer debut this same season. In fact, I take him in the call for the game against Getafe. It’s curious, but Basque coach has no fixed training with the first team to no footballer of the branch, Sevilla Atlético, but yes happens with Pablo, which belongs to Youth Honor Division. Precisely, in that same group, another of the great promises of the Nervona quarry, the Jerez playmaker Antonio Zarzana, celebrated these days for having offered through social networks to help anyone who was starving during this coronavirus pandemic.last_img read more

HWL Donates School Materials to Ebola Survivors


first_imgHOPE Worldwide Liberia (HWL), a faith-based relief and development organization that is working in the country to alleviate suffering and injustice through education and community health, last Saturday, April 18, donated school materials to Ebola affected children and survivors.The donations were presented to seven institutions and health centers in Montserrado County.The institutions that benefited from the donations include Orphan Vulnerable Children (OVC) from ELWA Hospital, Persons Living Association of Liberia in Sinkor, District #2, and District #5 in Montserrado County, Shara and the Kingdom Foundation in Soul Clinic Community.  Dorbor M. Suah, HWL Executive Director, who made the presentations on behalf of the organization, said the donations were intended to help children whose parents died during the Ebola epidemic to get back to school.He said since the Ebola outbreak, children and their families have been exposed to extreme distress due to factors that include loss of family or perpetual family separation, isolation and overall disruption of society.According to the HWL executive, children have been especially frightened by prolonged confinement at home or at the various isolation units where they witnessed the suffering and passing away of their family members before their eyes.Although the numbers of new Ebola cases have declined, orphans and child survivors continue to face abandonment and stigmatization in their respective communities.Mr. Suah also disclosed that his organization in partnership with the United Kingdom-based HOPE Worldwide International is expected to pay the yearly tuition for seven of the affected children in each of the selected communities upon receiving their final academic clearances.“Though HWL is taking some time to cater to the affected children, we are sure of what we do, and want to maintain a good relationship because we don’t want to be liars. This is why we are here to give each of you a book bag,” he explained.Mr. Suah then called on the children to pray along with them to ensure that other humanitarian organizations reach out to them for their onward support.Community dwellers as well as students who benefited from items distributed by the leadership of HWL expressed gratitude to the organization.They called on other faith based organizations to emulate the good example of the Hope Worldwide-Liberia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more