Consulted by this newspaper about the attacker, the vice president from Espanyol, Carlos García Pont, explained that “Her future I don’t worry because Wu Lei is in glory. You can see him in the face of joy, even when he doesn’t start. its human quality is exceptional“To comply with this contract extension, Wu Lei would return on January 1, 2022 to the Shanghai SIPG, your club of origin. In that sense, and as reported ESPN via the Chinese agency Tencent, its purchase clause is higher for any other team of the Asian giant that it tries to sign it. A measure clearly deterrent. To their 28 years, the holder of both last Ballon d’Or to the best footballer of China He says he is “learning every day” at Espanyol. Therefore, and because has ended up playing with the four coaches the club has had since he landed in January 2019it’s no wonder that Wu Lei wants to continue in Cornellà-El Prat. This was confirmed to AS club sources, who feel certain that it will stay until December 31, 2021. Upon arriving at the winter market, signed Wu Lei for calendar yearsSo your current contract ends next New Year’s Eve. But it has the possibility of extending it for another year, all parts shows convinced that it will happen even in the event of a drop to Second. Sources consulted argue that Wu Lei is fabled in Barcelona, where you can go out on the street calmly and with your family (not logically these weeks) unlike your country, where is an idol. But, above all, they ensure that is enjoying of the football level of LaLiga and the relationship with his colleagues, since far from believing himself a star he prefers to feel like one more.
Costco stores are warning their customers that some of their products may be contaminated the Listeria virus. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Costco Wholesale Canada issued a joint press release today warning that some of Costco’s Kirkland Signature brand platters may carry Listeria monocytogenes. The platters contain a deli meat recalled by Maple Leaf foods. Costco has issued a voluntary recall of any Kirkland Signature Croissant Platter and Kirkland Signature Meat and Cheese Platter products with best before dates up to and including August 29th. The affected products were sold at Costco stores nationwide. No illnesses have been reported as a result of eating the products. Costco is in the process of contacting members who purchased the platters from its stores.- Advertisement –
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Baloney. Something’s wrong at the LAUSD, but it isn’t the students. What’s wrong is that failure is met with excuses, and the fundamental dysfunction of the school district is ignored. The failure of the gains among the youngest students to show up as they reach high school ought to be alarming, particularly since one of the district’s worst failings is its dropout rate, estimated to be as high as 50 percent. Without the kids who presumably are among the worst learners, shouldn’t high schools have higher performance marks? The fact is the district is still failing students, and we need real reform – not excuses. The API scores may not tell us much, but they do lend support to Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s sense of urgency about changing things at the LAUSD. Maybe his reform school board candidates won’t be the saviors of the district, but they could be a start. THE modest rise in API test scores in recent years has been used as evidence by Los Angeles school officials that, despite critics’ contentions, their efforts to improve academic achievement are paying off. Funny then, that now that Academic Performance Index scores have tanked – at least where it counts, in high school – school officials no longer hail them as an accurate measure of educational achievement. While the API scores released Tuesday show some continued gains in lower grades in the Los Angeles Unified School District, high-school scores plunged 20 points. What’s worse is that Superintendent David Brewer III places blame on the district’s black and Latino students. But the ethnic makeup of the LAUSD hasn’t suddenly shifted. So this excuse rings hollow, as do the two other excuses offered up: Results are analyzed differently, or the numbers are skewed by the opening of two new high schools.