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Sheriff: “It would be nice to play the final against Athletic”

first_imgThe Real won 0-1 with a penalty from Oyarzabal and returns to the final Cup 32 years later. It’s something that the technician ‘txuri urdin’ highlighted. “We have been clear from the beginning, both for respecting this shield As for the colors we defend, we have gone to all the fields demonstrating this respect, “he said. “Both the Third and Second rivals, we always had the same goal that our fans felt proud of us. Today we play in a very complicated stadium, but – once again – we have done it at the most important moment, “he added.“In this sense I am very happy and proud not only for what we have lived today, but of the path and path that we have traveled. This He speaks very well of all the Real Sociedad players, “he concluded Sheriff. The coach of the Royal Society, Imanol Alguacil, was “very happy” to have achieved the pass to the final of the Copa del Rey and said that would be “beautiful for Euskadi” that his rival in the title fight it was Athletic, which should still play this Thursday against Granada in the semifinals lap.“A rival for the final? Surely Athletic because I think it would be nice for Euskadi, but I also like Granada very much because of how it is leading the season, “Alguacil said in the press room in Anduva, where he got excited about the victory.last_img read more

Uptownarea 7Eleven fire blocks Fourth Plain Blvd none hurt

first_imgA fire at an Uptown-area 7-Eleven blocked traffic at Main Street and Fourth Plain Boulevard Wednesday evening. No one was hurt.Firefighters were called to the convenience store, at 102 W. Fourth Plain Blvd., shortly after 6:30 p.m.Vancouver Fire Department spokesman Pete Adams said multiple callers reported the fire, and an employee said the chip aisle was on fire.By the time they arrived, the fire had burst through two front windows, Adams said. The firefighters worked to control the flames from the outside, and once the fire died down some, they moved inside and extinguished the flames. It took the 28 firefighters on scene about 25 minutes to get the fire under control, he said.Everyone inside got out safely, Adams said, and no one was hurt.“Traffic became the biggest concern for us,” he said, with the early evening traffic in the middle of one of Vancouver’s busier areas.The response closed a couple blocks of Fourth Plain for a few hours as firefighters completed their work and fire investigators examined the wreckage.last_img read more