De Jong: “We watch a lot of videos”

first_imgDe Jong acknowledged that they miss Luis Suarez: “It is obvious that he is one of the best in the world and we miss him. You have to work to do what he did among all, but he is one of the best in the world. “He also made self-criticism:” I don’t know, I hope you can see the best De Jong soon. In the last matches it could have been better. I think I’ve played something worse than before but the coaches and teammates are helping me a lot. “And finally, an optimistic message:” Of course you can win the Champions League. We have a great staff, we are working and we are confident that we can win it. “ Frenkie de Jong went through the Sports World gala this Monday and spoke for the RAC-1 microphones. The Dutchman revealed that the methods with Setién have changed. For now, without results. But with another philosophy: “Obviously, we are disappointed by the latest markers, but we are doing good workouts and the fruits will soon be seen. Fans don’t have to worry. We know that we can improve a lot. We are watching many videos to see what can be improved, so you don’t have to worry much. Each coach has his methods, but the philosophy at Barça is always the same. But it is true that some things have changed and are different because everyone has their vision of things, but it is normal. “last_img read more

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Pedestrian hit by car

first_imgThe RCMP received a call from a female stated she had been hit by a car.At approximately 11am on Friday March 19th, the female says she was struck by a red car at the intersection of 92A street and 87th avenue in Fort St. John.The driver of the vehicle, described as a female with blonde hair, left the scene without stopping.  The pedestrian did not seek medical attention and sustained minor injuries to her hip.- Advertisement -Police are looking for a possible witness who came to the rescue of the pedestrian.  This possible witness did not leave his information and the Police are looking to speak with him.The Fort St. John RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the person or person’s responsible for this hit and run.You can contact the RCMP at 250-787-7100 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.crimestoppersfsj.ca Advertisementlast_img read more

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