Leon turns with the Cup … but the goal is promotion

first_imgAira was saved from the sieve, although he was initially fired after not entering the playoff. However, when other options fall, The Berciano coach, endorsed by the manager, Felipe Llamazares, was returned to his position. And time plays in his favor. The numbers (42 points and 38 goals) have few precedents in the team, full of Throne names like Héctor Rodas, in his day Captain of the Levant, or the attackers Dioni (ten goals) and Kawaya, willing to return to the foreground.We speak, however, of an attractive team. In this five years, Cultural has scored 273 goals and in national football only Barça (467) and Madrid (411) are exceeded, that in two of those years exceeded one hundred. Lions look from the podium to Atlético (268) and Bilbao Athletic (260)The need for promotion permeates the daily work at the Cultural headquarters, which still takes advantage of its passage through Second. Since that May 28, 2017 there is an unknown devotion to the city team. One more year the social mass is around 7,000 subscribers. The Cup has two speeds for the Cultural. While Leon has turned over and will fill the stadium, the League looks sideways at the white house. In the next days he will see his direct rivals for the title (Logroñés and Bilbao Athletic, first and third) in group 2 of a Second B who tries to leave the fast track after the traumatic decline two years ago.Professional football escaped between his fingers and the first change doubting the project with which the Aspire Academy made its landing in Spain. The Qatari entity has not lifted the foot of the accelerator, but its visible head, Iván Bravo, key in the acquisition of the club, turned his gaze to Alcorcón.There are no palpable fissures, but, in case the flies, injections like the one tonight will receive their coffers are intended to be a nod to the property to partially compensate for their effort. This season, The budget is around three million invested, to a greater extent, in undoing past mistakes. Of the staff that came down from Second and then failed in the Bronze Division, only a handful of players remain. Three of them, Leandro, Antonio Martínez and Iván González, direct witnesses of the ascent.last_img read more

Arthritis not stopping 20yearold nursing student

first_imgArthritis Foundation;Juvenile arthritis information.Twenty-year-old Kelly Slauson doesn’t know life without rheumatoid arthritis.Diagnosed when she was just 18 months old, Slauson’s life as she knows it has always included medications, doctor’s appointments and joint stiffness.“I thought every kid had to get shots on Friday nights and go to the doctor all the time,” said Slauson, who lives in Camas.When Slauson was only about 7 or 8 months old, she started walking. But her parents later realized something wasn’t right.Slauson would walk, but then, after napping, would wake up and revert to crawling. Or, if she did walk, it would be with a limp. Her pediatrician referred her to a rheumatologist at Seattle Children’s Hospital, where she was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disorder in which the immune system mistakenly attacks the body’s own tissue. Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory disorder that affects the lining of the joints, causing a painful swelling that can eventually result in bone erosion and joint deformity, according to the Mayo Clinic.Rheumatoid arthritis typically begins between the ages of 40 and 60. Among children younger than 16, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis is the most common type of arthritis. Symptoms of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis typically begin before age 16 and can appear in children as young as 6 months, according to the National Institutes of Health.last_img read more