Villarreal is one of the few LaLiga teams that hold the type, and competes, to Cholo Simeone since he trains Atlético de Madrid. Since it is one of the few Spanish clubs with which Atlético de Madrid does not count its confrontations with more victories than defeats, something that it does with more than 80% of teams in the championship. So, Only Barcelona, Real Madrid and Villarreal itself maintain positive or balanced balances with Atlético, since this team is led by Cholo Simeone. Barcelona and Madrid have won more games than they have lost, with fifteen and eleven victories, by three and nine defeats.While Villarreal has added five wins and five losses, being the third team in the league that maintains a non-negative balance. It should be noted that the rest of the championship teams that have already faced the coach several times, all have lost more games than they have won in that balance. Therefore, we must see what happens this Sunday at Wanda, a game in which Villarreal will have nothing easy to win. While the team records as visitors and with Simeone in front, makes them the third team that has scored the most. And it is that as visitors the yellows throw a record of seven games, with two wins, two draws and three losses.Two visitor victories that in this League have only improved or achieved the two greats, with six victories from Barcelona and four from Real Madrid, there being no other LaLiga team that has been able to win two away matches for the Argentine coach. The Castellón team has played 15 LaLiga games, with five wins, five draws and five losses, which gives a fully balanced baggage.
Hundreds of disgruntled citizens lined the streets of Anna Regina, Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) to protest the presence of Government officials who are currently holding outreaches across the country.These young women held placards in front of the Cabinet outreach at Anna ReginaProtesters along the road at Anna Regina, Essequibo Coast, Region Two on WednesdayRegional Chairman Devanand Ramdatt was also in the protest line, after the Regional Executive Officer (REO) reportedly denied him a fuel allowance to attend the activity.The majority of the residents questioned the timing of the outreach, pointing out that after four years in office, this is the first time such a large ministerial delegation has visited the region to offer support.They believe Government is merely campaigning, in light of the No-confidence Motion against it and the likelihood of early elections. One rice farmer said rice is the breadbasket of the region and although many calls were made for Government to intervene to save the industry from collapsing, nothing has been done.At Wednesday’s protest also, over 30 trench cleaners join the picketing line after they were denied payments for over three months. Like at the other outreaches so far, residents flocked the booth dealing with housing issues. Scores of persons said they left the outreach very disappointed since their housing issues could not have been fully dealt with despite waiting long hours to have their issues addressed. This led some persons to question why the Government is inviting persons to the Cabinet outreaches when they cannot address their issues.