But this has collided with several staff members who do not understand that there are players who also empty in training and then do not go or summoned or are on the bench, case of Rodrygo (the Brazilian has stopped entering the calls), Lucas Vázquez, Brahim and even Vinicius. Let alone heavy weights such as Isco and Modric, who see their position in the onces in danger both with the return of Welsh and with the return of Hazard. But Zidane, as he likes to repeat, He wants to have all his players available. Only Mariano and Asensio have left to have a variety of solutions to the problems that may happen during games … “I’m going to have Gareth because we know what he can give us. I want it to be fine to play. He will continue working and we will have him” This is how Zinedine Zidane responded in his usual press conference after the last training in Valdebebas before the match against Osasuna. That Saturday, February 8, the technician again had the wales to travel to Pamplona. The next day, Bale was a starter. He would play 70 minutes in his return to the league competition after losing the clashes against Sevilla, Valladolid and Atlético (He played in the Cup against Unionistas and did not do so against Zaragoza or Real Sociedad, in addition to the Super Cup he did not travel to).As well, last week both the Welshman and the French coach were talking about the situation of eleven White. Zizou detected a change in attitude in Welsh in the match against Osasuna: his pinky was damaged, he asked the doctors to stick it together with another finger to continue playing and he kept doing it. Also, these weeks has seen him more engaged and more intense and involved in training sessions. A first step to try again to be the determining player that was in the first season he arrived (2013-14), in which he scored in the Copa (al Barça) and Champions (at Atleti) finals. The coach continues his idea of recovering him in this final stretch of the season.
The National Science Foundation recently awarded an interdisciplinary team of investigators at five higher education institutions with a five-year, $10 million grant to develop a new type of camera that peers deep beneath the skin to help diagnose and monitor a wide variety of health conditions.The team of investigators for the NSF’s newly announced Expeditions in Computing program is led by Rice University and includes contributions from individuals from Carnegie Mellon University, Harvard University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Cornell University.Read it at India West Related Items