Bustinza: “Thinking all the time about qualifying doesn’t help”

first_imgDespite his absence and that of Siovas, untouchable in the back for two years, Leganés is performing well in defense with his less usual. The substitutes perform and that is “great”, insists Bustinza. “I knew that the Cup would not be easy and it was shown that there is a long squad. Now I will have to press harder than ever to return. Those who are playing are wonderful, ”admits the Basque defender. Live the Legamania an evolution opposite to the bad course that the Leganés is doing. Although the pickles have not left the decline in what we have been doing, the support of the fans remains intact. It even grows. Morning, in Pucela, there will be about 600 displaced blue and white. Massive support that today has experienced a snack with the autograph signing that the captains Szymanowski and Bustinza (both injured, will not play in Valladolid) They have had in Butarque. About 200 people (mostly children) have come to meet their idols. A I endorse that, says Bustinza, he also breathes the costumes.“The season is being tough for everyone. The start was not as expectedbut right now You realize there are people in the car, but not in passing. This is growth for the club, ”the defender insisted, about to return to the group after suffering a sprain resulting from an“ accident ”(Aguirre dixit) in the gym. “It happened to me warming up. I had to do an exercise of lateral movements. I stepped on a wedge that was upside down with such bad luck that, to top it off, the wedge was in the opposite direction to where I was making the move. To beat me with the truth… ”, he admits half jokingly, half seriously. “There is a connotation of the end, but nothing ends”An improvement of the team of which Javier Aguirre is also guilty who has injected confidence in the workforce. Also prudence. The Mexican says that there is no hurry to get off the descent. Bustinza confirms that this message is what has spread in the locker room. “All matches have a connotation of the end, with nothing ending,” he insists.“You have to have your feet on the ground and arrive in the best way at the end of the championship. I don’t mind being in descent until the end if in the last two weeks we went out. Constantly going around the rankings would not help, ”he said sure of his words and that the Basque recipe is based on the intensity of the day to day.“Aguirre is what you see from the outside. It is intense He puts a lot of cane into the routine. That evades you from doing caballas. With Aguirre you do not think about anything other than what will beat you up the next day … because as you fail in what has already told you that you better get a good … ”, concluded the second blue and white captain. LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 2, 2020last_img read more

Councillors call for roads to two special schools to be included on salt routes

first_imgA County Councillor has called for roads leading to two special schools in Letterkenny to be gritted during frosty weather.At present, the roads leading to Little Angels and St Bernadette’s schools are not included in the agreed salting routes of Donegal County Council.“We should make a special dispensation for these schools,” Councillor Adrian Glackin said. “The nature of these schools mean that they are accessed by children with limited mobility, some are wheelchair users and others use walking aids.“The schools aren’t just for Letterkenny people. People travel from all over Donegal and it would be a goodwill gesture to get these schools on the gritting list.”Councillor Gerry McMonagle echoed the sentiments, adding: “It is a no brainer. We need to grit these roads and it’s the least we could be doing.”Councillors call for roads to two special schools to be included on salt routes was last modified: January 10th, 2018 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more