LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 14, 2020 Influenza A, also called influenza, killed more than 18,000 people worldwide between 2009-2010. Then classified also as a ‘pandemic’ by the World Health Organization, influenza did not paralyze Europe the way the coronavirus is doing, but Betis suffered it in their meats in a direct way as it is happening this time with all teams in all competitions.The verdiblancos were active in the Second Division, a category to which they had dropped a few months earlier. On October 30, 2009, the Competition Committee of the Royal Spanish Football Federation accepted his request to postpone the league match against Villarreal B due to influenza A suffered by thirteen of its footballers. The Betic medical services had confirmed through tests that Sergio García, Arzu, Sunny, Carlos García, Nelson, Juande, Damiá, Nano, Caffa, Pavone, Emaná, Fernando Vega and the then-still-youth Israel Bascón were infected. As an insulation measure, Betis had already decided to suspend all training that the Verdiblanco team had to do during that week. In these days of coronavirus, the Heliopolis club has taken the step of not training until Monday and therefore evaluating the possibility of extending that time without meeting. In any case, the verdiblancos soccer players have the recommendation not to leave Seville.
A ‘revolutionary’ Donegal trio are tuning up to take part in the Late Late Toy Show!Made up of Siofra Mauerhofer, Aoife Breslin and Ellen Mc Groary, the Donegal Town-based band Revolutionary have been playing gigs for the past three years after being put together at a school talent show.The Abbey Vocational School students have previously taken part in Opportunity Knocks, The Voice of Donegal, and Beo Ireland! “We applied by sending in a video of us singing and then received an email to say that we secured an audition. We then had to travel to Galway to audition and about two weeks later we received an email saying that we were going to be on the show!” the band told Donegal Woman.The talented trio performs a mixture of covers and original songs, adapting their performance to the venue and the audience.The girls have to keep their performance details for the Late Late Toy Show under wraps until the big night on the first of December, but they have revealed that they have been kept very busy practicing and perfecting their routine!“We are all delighted with the news, it’s just the childhood dream really!” The Donegal musicians get inspiration for different harmonies from groups such as Little Mix, while adding their own unique flair to their setlists.Their favourite thing about being in a band is that they are all best friends and they enjoy practicing together, and learning/writing new songs.Be sure to tune into the Late Late Toy Show to watch Revolutionary’s performance on December 1st on RTÉ One at 9:35pm.To keep up with the girls’ budding musical careers, you can follow them on Facebook.‘Revolutionary’ band prepare to take to the Late Late Toy Show stage! was last modified: November 26th, 2017 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:bandDonegal TownLate Late Toy Showrevolutionary