Ter Stegen does not reach the derby

first_imgone As reported by the program Què T’hi Jugues of SER Catalunya, Marc-André Ter Stegen will not play this Saturday against Espanyol (9:00 p.m.) at the RCD Stadium in Cornellà. The German did not jump to train this Thursday with his teammates and will continue with his conservative treatment to try to recover from the tendinopathy he suffers in his right knee. The images showed that the club late Thursday show a workout without Ter Stegen and another with Neto and Iñaki Peña. The doctors and physios of Barça will try to recover Ter Stegen for the Spanish Super Cup which will be played from January 8 in Arabia (Barça plays on 9 against Atlético de Madrid) and, in the end, this work could be part of a plan established by Barça. Ter Stegen hasn’t played since the last league day, which was on December 21 against Alavés. If you don’t reappear until January 9, Ter Stegen would have been almost three weeks standing to deal with his problems. Another issue would be that the injury had appeared on the 29th, when the club joined training. The urgent call to Net it would allow to lean towards the second option.Net will make his debut in League. Joined from Valencia to cover the progress of Cillessen, Debuted with good note before the Inter. He is an expert and used goalkeeper since his time in Juventus to cover eventualities like this. He played in the Champions League against Inter and rendered at a high level. In Cornellá he has a level test.last_img read more

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Tourism Ireland launches online film Tracing My Irish Ancestry

first_imgTourism Ireland has launched a new online film, ‘Tracing my Irish Ancestry – my journey home to Ireland’, specially created to encourage people from around the world to visit Ireland in 2016 and find out more about their Irish ancestry.Tourism Ireland’s short film was produced to connect with those with Irish heritage around the world. It shows Irish-American Gerry Britt’s search to uncover his ancestry and how he traced his Irish roots.Niall Gibbons, CEO of Tourism Ireland, said, “With an estimated 70 million people across the world claiming links or affiliations with the island of Ireland, Tourism Ireland is actively reaching out to the Diaspora. We are inviting them to visit Ireland, to learn more about their heritage and explore the places their ancestors came from.”last_img read more

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