Ansu smells like a star

first_imgOn December 4, Barça officially announced Ansu’s armor. He economically improved his contract, which expired in 2022, with the possibility of extending it two more seasons, until 2024. His termination clause went from 100 million to 170 million, but that will change soon. As soon as he becomes a player of the first team, very soon, Ansu will have a clause of 400 million euros.In the background is the European Championship. With two games in the U21, Luis Enrique has admitted that they watch the player, a process that has already started the National Team in the era of Robert Moreno. It might seem hasty, but Ansu is not going to be scared to keep breaking records. It seems that, with all the world’s reserves, a star has been born. The process of Ansu deludes in the club. It is burning the stages well. All with a lot of determination. Ansu wants to arrive and at the club they are willing to give him the tools he needs. The fundamental, control your media boom. At the moment, the player, who still has a record of the subsidiary, maintains his customs. Spend time with young people your age who are halfway between Barça B and Juvenil. With 17 years old, control all the temptations that are going to approach now Being a relevant player can be the most difficult for the club. That is why, in part, it will be important to protect it. Quique Setién’s phrase (“Dembélé is going to leave”) had created a strange suggestion in the surroundings of Barça. As if there were guarantees with a player who has shown himself crystal and who, when he has been in shape, has been irregular, erratic and has been far from being a player of 140 million euros or far. And while everyone seemed to be waiting for Dembélé (which hastens his recovery and could be discharged before Thursday), Ansu Fati, 17 years and 96 days, shook the Camp Nou again with an impressive demonstration of talent. Without the intention of falling into the precipitation, the boy smells like a star.Ansu played his best game with Barça against Levante. In addition to the two goals, he finished five times at goal, generated three scoring chances on his own and gave 109 of 116 correct passes. Setién also highlighted his defensive work. It is evident that, within the field, he is a much more mature player than his age indicates. He almost always makes good decisions and everything he does makes sense and evil well understood in the field. He plays when necessary, overflows when there is one against one of course and, above all, and what is most important for his progression in Barça, it is understood with Messi and the Argentine believes it. His connection in the first goal reminded the one that the Argentine had with Neymar. “I’ve been watching it for many years,” he said after the game. Ansu as if to see what could be understood with Messi with his eyes closed. His connection with the Argentine goes beyond the grass. Leo is sponsoring his first steps and Rodrigo, the brother of Argentine crack, has become one of the Guinean’s trusted advisors.last_img read more

Disabled, supporters raise funds for Easter Seals

first_imgLA MIRADA – Being the leader of anything was something Mary Moorman never thought she would experience. But Saturday, Moorman was at the head of a crowd of hundreds of people taking part in Easter Seals’ 3-K “Walk With Me” fund-raising walk through Knott’s Berry Farm. The event raised about $60,000 for Easter Seals’ disabilities services, organizers said. Moorman, 42, has suffered for years with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and some physical problems that have impeded her ability to hold a job. “It’s a very big honor,” the La Mirada resident said. “I’m looking forward to it. I’m overweight, but I can handle it.” Moorman said she held a job at one point, but problems with her back forced her to quit. Now she is working on her General Education Diploma for high school and hopes to have a job by the end of the summer. “As long as my back doesn’t hold me back,” she added. Her long-term goal is to work with people who have developmental disabilities. “I’d like to be working with them closely, helping them with their behavior modification and helping them achieve their goals,” Moorman said. “It’s a challenge. But I’ve taken on a lot of challenges and succeeded.” Moorman was one of the 10 “honorary ambassadors” chosen to lead Saturday’s walk. All of the ambassadors are Easter Seals clients who have managed to increase their independence in the past year through hard work, said Marianne Tomich, spokeswoman for Easter Seals. “\ is leading the walkers, since part of her recovery is physical,” Tomich said. “She wasn’t in good physical shape when she came to us. She had some heart and weight problems. So it’s a big achievement for her to be leading a … walk.” Last year, more than 600 people participated in the Easter Seals walk, she said. The 85-year-old nonprofit organization employs 13,000 staff members and thousands of volunteers, who provide disability services through 550 centers nationwide, as well as advocating for legislation protecting the disabled. According to the group’s Web site, one in every 5 Americans is affected by a disability. Fifty-four million Americans are considered disabled, with almost 6 million of them being children. Of the nation’s nearly 47 million uninsured, 20 percent of them are disabled children or adults. pam.wight@sgvn.com (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3029160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more