Athletic pardons Granada

first_imgVallejo left after the break to consolidate the defense with three centrals. The Granada left at nine o’clock at ten. The same facade one hour apart. He was no longer so oblivious to the running ball. But the sensations soon returned to Bilbao. Thus, in a foul, Athletic scored the second: it was the central Yeray, after lowering the ball with his chest like Aduriz, and finishing off the squad, but the referee canceled it out of the clear game of five players.Diego Martínez saw many problems to cover the shores of Yuri, Capa and Williams. This continued with their careers. There are rockets in Cape Canaveral with less power. Capa acquired prominence later. First with a shot that found Rui Silva’s paradón and then with a goal after a bite hit that slipped into the goal. But the referee checked it on the screen at the field level and as Williams was in the way hindering the line of sight of the goal, although without participating, he canceled it. Protests and local outrage.It was a new tsunami. Impotence wore white. That is why Soldier behaved like a juvenile and gave Íñigo Martínez a kick that erases him for the return due to the accumulation of reprimands. The same thing had happened to Dani García in the first part. Vallejo was a caramelito when he took him to the band Williams, who dislocated the hip of Zaragoza.Aduriz left to add more legend to the game, although the first thing he did was a card jump to get something out of his arm. The chances were an insult: 10-1. But in a minute, Granada, which ended up leaving two men out of the defense, had two. It served to add Simon to a magical night, yes, but unproductive. The lions pardoned a entrenched group. Any disconnection could be a detail that decided part of this first installment towards the end. In a moment of flickering from a visiting offside, Dani Garcia, the smartest in the class, threw a long pass to Williams, who lowered it with his shoulder (as determined by the VAR later), deployed his athletic exuberance and caught in cloths smaller after Granada. He left the pass in the middle for Muniain to score his first Cup goal. The best partners. There were no footsteps of Yangel and Gonalons. And he was as present in the game Soldier as his friend Aduriz, who was resting on the bench. That is, it figured but was not. The Granada coach was consumed seeing his team so shrunk in fifteen meters of his field. He chose to break the rojiblanco concert, similar vassalage, with a tactical change. He put three power stations, Domingos Duarte, Guzmán and Víctor Diaz, and the long lanes with Doors and Neva, to see if he pampered with the enemy managed to neutralize him. Or maybe it was just defending by piling up. The fact is that Muniain followed his own, to damage with his game between two waters, now by the medullary now by the balcony of the area. There was no way to curl it. And the team, come to throw diagonals, heels, triangulations … Overdose of faith. Granada gave its first warning and disappeared from the scene in the first half. It was through a deep Victor Diaz, who focused on Soldier. There the old wolf was walking with the cane ready, but the ball went off for a little. That was his latest news. Few could guess that the center of the rojiblanco field, poorly equipped to create, could connect with Muniain between lines and then devouring a Granada that did not wake up reservón, but that was hidden as a turtle gets into the shell because of fear before a flash.Indeed, the course changed to a quarter of an hour, with a wild stampede from the lightning bolts of Williams, a player in a state of grace. His enthusiasm is so contagious that he joined the Vesga party with a fist from outside the area that Rui Silva stopped on his way to the squad. Athletic quickly recovered, threw himself into the bush and put the Nasrids in the cave. There was no truce, the lions clearly marked their intentions. With Muniain as a violinist, in the harassment and demolition a group of green berets could be heard with strident trumpets in the assault of Rui Silva’s ranch. He was an Athletic in galley, as if it were the last five minutes. There were no crumbs of the Andalusian offensive front, even a couple of attempts to stop the storm with wasted time. As a quick kick in the rogue plan of Rui Silva, after injury to Doors, and who played after Williams theft, shortly before half a half of Diego Martinez was thrown over for not throwing it out. CardsDani Garcia (15 ‘, Yellow) Williams (28 ‘, Yellow) Soldier (64 ‘, Yellow) Aduriz (66 ‘, Yellow ChangesJesus Vallejo (45 ‘, Doors), Aduriz (66 ‘, Raúl García), Gil Dias (70 ‘, Machís), Saint Joseph (83 ‘, Dani García), Brice (84 ‘, Sundays Duarte) Everyone knew that at the end of La Cartuja he leaves, in the second leg, for Granada, which is also close and you can take a walk, but the first toll was paid in Bilbao. This most democratic Cup in recent years is the most desired. And everyone dreams of Seville on a beautiful April night. This was put Athletic and Granada in the first chapter of the semifinals. The lions played as the old king of the tournament, that throne off the throne by the irreverent Barça. In its stadium, with the honors of its centennial history. His football was to leave a finger of the final, but lacked definition and Granada, a survivor grabbed a stick in the middle of a tsunami, came out with a pulse and hopes to return the blow with the ‘New Los Cármenes effect’.last_img read more

How Pak Blocked UK’s Efforts to Nab Indian Diplomat’s Killers

first_imgThe murder of Indian diplomat Ravindra Mhatre by three suspects from Kashmir Liberation Army (KLA) had caused sensation in India, which involved public cry for hanging of Azad Kashmir extremist Maqbool Butt in revenge.Mhatre, 48, posted in Birmingham for about 18 months, was kidnapped on February 3. His body was found with two shots in the head in Leicestershire two days later. KLA had kidnapped Mhatre to demand the release of Maqbool Butt hijacker of Indian Airlines to Lahore in 1976 and seven Kashmiris who were involved in the 1983 violence of one day cricket match in Srinagar played against West Indies.  Maqbool Butt was in Tihar jail then, awaiting his death sentence for murder, arson and anti-national activities. With the shockwaves Mhatre’s murder made in India, Maqbool Butt walked to the gallows on February 11.According to locations provided by West Midlands police, the three suspects had fled to Pakistan-Occupied Kashmir. At that time, Pakistan government’s reaction was subdued. Statements from politicians had shown keenness in not adding to Indo-Pak tensions.Now, newly declassified files reveal, according to a Hindustan Times report, that Pakistan denied their presence repeatedly and cited difficulties in tracing them to UK authorities. What the Declassified Files SayThe documents say that in August 1984, UK had requested the Pakistan government to initiate extradition proceedings against the three. The Pakistan government agreed “should it be established that the accused are in Pakistan.”The documents further say that British ambassador Richard Fyjis-Walker wrote to the foreign office on January 17, 1985:“(Pakistan’s additional foreign secretary for European affairs) Dr Haider told me today that President Zia has accepted the MFA’s recommendation that extradition proceedings should be started. However, the first step was to establish whether the three men are in Pakistan. This involved police action which was being initiated. Only if it is established that the men were in the country could the lengthy extradition process start. I am not sure how seriously the Pakistanis will try to find and apprehend the men.”On March 4, 1985, after over a year of the murder, Fyjis-Walker wrote in a dispatch to London: “Dr Haider, on knowing that I was about to raise the subject, rehearsed me to the difficulties the Pakistan authorities were having in finding the men.The government did not know if they were in Pakistan at all. The indications we had given the government of the whereabouts of the men might or might not be the result of disinformation. I again offered our help in tracing the men, saying that we would indeed be grateful for confirmation of whether or not the information we had passed on to the Pakistan government about the whereabouts of the men turned out to be true or false. It was presumably very easy to check whether they had been at the addresses we had provided…we shall need to keep up the pressure on the Pakistanis.”The envoy’s dispatch on March 12, 1985 said: “I repeated our offer of a visit by the West Midlands police. She (Dr Haider) said Pakistan authorities were aware of this…I am not sure when I shall hear anything more or how satisfactory it will be.”Letter to Margaret ThatcherAccording to a “tele-letter” to London by official SG Falconer on May 30, 1985, had said: “He (MFA official Shafkat Saeed) repeated that the problem was that the three suspects were in Kashmir, which legally is not part of Pakistan. Negotiations were proceeding with the Kashmir government and we could be assured that if the Pakistani authorities could lay their hands legally on the three suspects, they would immediately be arrested and arrangements made for their return to the UK. He implied clearly, however, that this was a big ‘if’.”The declassified files include letter to then Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher by Avinash Mhatre, the brother of diplomat and her response. There were also references to some unreleased documents with some parts redacted. Related ItemsBritainDeclassified documentsIndian DiplomatKashmiri extremistsLittle IndiaMaqbool ButtNewsRavindra Mhatre Murderlast_img read more