first_img“The other day, Vinicius Junior was flying a kite in São Gonçalo; today it is marked as the future of Real Madrid and the Brazilian national team.” With this entradilla, Luiz Felipe Castro presents his report in Tackle with the Madrid player, that this Christmas was in the humble neighborhood where he was born. Vini does not forget its origins or its philosophy, that Bold and Joy that Neymar coined in his stage at Santos and that the former Flamengo has been recorded. “I am this way and I will never lose my joy,” says the attacker to the magazine The smile always accompanies Vinicius, although he recognizes that sometimes this apparent fun conceals a high degree of nervousness. “I always seem to be calm, but I get very nervous inside. In my debut with Flamengo, for example, I was scared to death. I didn’t even want to touch the ball.”, reveals. Vinicius’s life has gone faster than his ID. His talent took him from the humble São Gonçalo and took him to Flamengo, where he used to play with boys two years older than him; debuted with the first team in May 2017, with 16 years, thus breaking the precocity barriers set by Neymar and Gabriel Jesús; days later he signed for Real Madrid for 45 million and his status escalated until he acquired popularity indexes little seen before in Brazil for a boy his age. “I let things happen naturally,” he says. With only 18 years he landed at Real Madrid and has lived in a ferris wheel. Lopetegui sent him to Castile to reach his “cooking point” and hardly counted on him; Solari hugged him to shake an apathetic and depressed Madrid and Vini he grabbed the challenge with determination until he was injured against Ajax; and with Zidane he is in the fight to gain a foothold (he is the 15th Real Madrid player in minutes, with 699 ’) although he has not yet met that version that excited the Bernabéu. In two seasons he has savored the honey of praise and the bitterness of criticism and mockery for its low definition. Vinicius already landed at Real Madrid warned about the pressure in a club where there are no grays. “Marcelo had already warned me: here, one day you are Pele; the other you don’t play anything,” he confesses. Vinicius, like any player of his generation, is connected to the networks. Everything comes to him, although he tries to isolate himself under his love of soccer video games: “I always have an eye on social networks, I control my account myself. The videogames? It’s nice to play with myself; I think I’m better at games than in real life. “, he jokes. After recharging batteries in São Gonçalo, Vinicius returned to Madrid the last week of December and faces optimistically this 2020 that starts this Saturday with the match against Getafe. The Brazilian is aware that, with Hazard injured, this must be his time.last_img read more


first_imgClassification of Laliga SmartBank since the arrival of Fernando Vázquez to Deportivo. The winter signing performance has also been righ now With Sabin Merino as a flag. Three goals in three games are the Basque striker. Emre Çolak, which premiered against Racing, managed a great goal to give the victory before being expelled. Before that encounter in front of the potters, The Coruña were at nine points away from salvation. Now they are also to nine, but of promotion playoff, and the euphoria has been unleashed in good part of sportsmanship.The most important achievement of the teacher Vazquez has been recover the mood of a template that was totally sunk. Get convert a losing group into another winner. On the board he has put a three central defense which has returned the security to what was the most thrashed team in the category. 35 conceded goals in the first 21 days. Somewhat received in the four games he leads.center_img Fernando Vázquez is he fashion man and there are plenty of reasons for that. The Galician coach took the reins of Sports in January and has managed to resurrect a team that seemed doomed to go down to Second B. Before debuting on the bench before the Numancia, the club from Coruña was colista. Today, after his victory in Albacete, he has come off the descent and is the leader of Segunda since he is leading. And it is that the blue and white count their matches by victories. Four of four. Twelve points out of twelve possible. A rhythm that has not been able to follow any other team in the category.Behind Deportivo of the ‘Vázquez League’ are located the Almeria and the Saragossa With nine points. The hands have a match less and they could hunt the one of Castrofeito, although it is also true that they lost in the farewell of 2019 to Huesca while the Depor, then with Luis César in command, he beat Tenerife.last_img read more


first_img(Back row left to right) Cameron Kerr, Director and Chief Executive, Taronga Conservation Society, Lyndel Gray, Executive Director and General Manager Tourism NSW, Narendra Kumar, Executive Manager QantasLink, and Councillor Alan Smith, Mayor of Dubbo pose in front of the aircraft with QantasLink flight and cabin crew with Taronga zoo handlers and wildlife In an effort to promote regional tourism and educational awareness, QantasLink and Taronga Western Plains Zoo have launched new wildlife aircraft livery for the QantasLink Bombardier Q400. During the official launch, which was held at the Qantas Jet Base at Mascot, guests were also invited to visit ZooMobile, Taronga’s wildlife outreach programme. This offered the opportunity for guests to interact with a variety of Zoo animals that aid educators in teaching communities about the importance of Australian wildlife. “We are excited to see one of our 74-seat Q400 aircraft ready to fly in this special safari livery and even more excited to have the opportunity to take it around Australia and promote the Zoo as one of our great regional destinations” said QantasLink Executive Manager, Narendra Kumar. Ms. Kumar emphasised the fact that QantasLink is embedded in regional Australia and in turn, has a strong understanding of the incredible opportunities, destinations and experiences available across the country. Taronga’s Director and Chief Executive, Cameron Kerr is confident that the “simple, yet intriguing message will travel to communities around Australia.” “By using an aircraft as a flying canvas [it is] an invitation to discover the wonders of wildlife in one of Australia’s premier open range zoos and to do so with the travel convenience of Qantas’ comprehensive regional airline network” he said. The initiative aims at highlighting the Zoo’s conservations efforts while adopting a novel approach to connecting people with the growing opportunities for wildlife tourism in regional Australia. QantasLink operates 50 return services each week between Sydney and Dubbo, providing easyaccess to Taronga Western Plains Zoo’s famous Zoofari Lodge wildlife Safari experience, along withaccess to the Orana region’s many attractions. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T (Left to right) Cameron Kerr, Director and Chief Executive, Taronga Conservation Society, Lyndel Gray, Executive Director and General Manager Tourism NSW, andNarendra Kumar, Executive Manager QantasLink. QantasLink flight and cabin crew pose in front of the special aircraft with Taronga zoo handlers and wildlifeQantasLink flight and cabin crew pose in front of the special aircraft with Taronga zoo handler and wildlife last_img read more