The Alavés players, on their way through the hospitals of Vitoria

first_imgIt is already tradition that the players of the first team of Alavés visit the hospitals of the Basque capital on these dates. They are days close to the Magi and the kids enjoy the visit. In this case there have been Manu, Tachi, Borja, Joselu and Laguardia.The moment has been exciting after morning training. By basketball Baskonia (linked to the football club) Granger and Garino have been in charge of making the visit. Joselu it is one of the scorers, Manu and Laguardia are the first captains (apart from Pacheco) and Borja together with Tachi represent the young values. In short, the choice of the protagonists has been very successful. Meanwhile, all the work continues its course this week and the players still do not appear in 2020. The only protagonist before the match against Betis will be coach Asier Garitano. On Friday at 12:30, after training with open doors. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 2, 2020last_img read more

Police Woman raped at home by stranger

first_imgA woman was sexually assaulted at knifepoint Tuesday by a stranger claiming to sell magazine subscriptions, Vancouver police said.At about 3 p.m., police said the suspect knocked on the door of the woman’s home at Stapleton Road and Fourth Plain Boulevard. He claimed to be selling magazine subscriptions and was holding a clipboard.Then, he displayed a knife and forced his way inside her home, raping her, according to a press release from the Vancouver Police Department.The knife was dagger style with a 12-inch blade, police said. Vancouver police are searching for the assailant. He is described as a dark-skinned black man, between 30 and 35 years old, 6 feet tall and 180 pounds. He had a short Afro and was unshaven with a slight beard and mustache. He was wearing a red jacket with a hood and had a thin gold hoop earning on his right ear and a thin vertical scar on the left side of his neck.Anyone with information is asked to call Vancouver police Detective Darren McShea at 360-487-7431 or Detective Barb Knoeppel at 487-7436.last_img read more