Bruno Fernandes wants to imitate Cristiano and win everything

first_imgThe Portuguese explained that if he left the Sporting of Portugal your number one choice would be Premier League and, more specifically, his current club. And so he made it known since the negotiations began: “I spoke to Sporting, who had already had some conversations with Manchester United about my transfer, and when they spoke to me, I told them that my first option was Manchester United. I feel that was what I needed for my career.” The midfielder confessed Sky Sports that the player who inspired him to play in Old Trafford is, how could it be otherwise, his compatriot, Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus): “When you start watching Ronaldo’s games and you see that his team won it all, you dream of being here, but the decision was easy. When I had the opportunity to sign for United, I didn’t think twice.” twenty Premier League* Data updated as of March 15, 2020 18 Bruno Fernandes has been a breath of fresh air for Manchester United. He hardly needed eight games to become the true leader of the team, pulling the car, scoring goals (three goals and four assists), winning over the fans with his gestures and making him forget Paul Pogba. With him he has never been defeated. Bruno Fernandes arrived on the winter market and has already adapted to the team very quickly, thanks in large part to his partner Diogo Dalot. The Portuguese side, who arrived two years ago from the Port, welcomed him at home and accompanied him every day to training. Both players have forged a great friendship and since then they are inseparable: “I have a car, but Diogo Dalot wants to take me to training and we always go together. We arrive early. Diogo wants to have company and then we always have breakfast and go to the gym. Since I arrived, he has helped me a lot. During the first days I slept in his He was in a hotel, but he told me to stay at his house. He helped me with everything. I am very happy to have him here. “Bruno Fernandes now has a challenge ahead: getting Manchester United to compete again in the Champions League next year. The stoppage due to the coronavirus left them fifth, three points behind the Chelseaalthough they may not have the option of hanging out if they finally Premier League decides to give as champion to Liverpool, canceling the descents and ascending to the first two of the Championship, thus being 22 clubs in the championship next year.last_img read more

Rain rules out Rose Bowl parking at golf course

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Alternate auto and limousine parking at Pasadena City College – Alternate auto and limousine parking is available at Pasadena City College, at Del Mar and Hill streets. Day-of-game limousine parking at the Rose Bowl is sold out. The cost for parking at PCC is $15 for autos and $50 for limousines. Fans can then take the free shuttle to the stadium and return to PCC on the shuttle after the game. The Pasadena City College parking lot will open at noon on Wednesday. Fans who need more information or information about alternative transportation to the Rose Bowl can call (626) 577-3101, or visit the Rose Bowl stadium Web site at www.rosebowlstadium.com. PASADENA – Heavy rains from the latest winter storm have forced the closure of public parking at Brookside Golf Course, which will limit already scarce parking for the Rose Bowl game Wednesday. Fans who decide to drive to the Rose Bowl should plan for significant delays and long walks to the stadium. The Pasadena Police Department and California Highway Patrol are urging fans to use the following transportation options: Gold Line Train Service – From the 210 Freeway west, exit Madre Avenue. Gold Line parking is just north of the 210. Fans can take the Gold Line train to the Memorial Park exit, with a short walk to Parsons Engineering at the corner of West Walnut Street and Fair Oaks Avenue (100 W. Walnut), where a shuttle service will take them to the stadium. Shuttle service from the Parsons lot begins at noon Wednesday. Fans can also park at Union Station (800 N. Alameda St. in Los Angeles), take the Gold Line train to the Memorial Park exit, and follow the same route as above. Fans who need Gold Line information can call (800) 266-6883. 160Want 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