September 17

Iago Aspas out for the next 4 to 5 weeks at

first_imgCelta Vigo have announced that Iago Aspas will be sidelined for the next month with a leg injuryThe Spanish forward was withdrawn in Celta’s 2-0 defeat to Barcelona last week in the second half at Camp Nou.Now Celta have announced Aspas has suffered a breakage of the fibers in the internal calf of his right leg after tests were undertaken.“The ultrasound completed by the medical services of Celta on forward Iago Aspas confirm the initial diagnosis and revealed he suffered a breakage of fibers in the inner calf of his right leg,” read a statement on the club website.Sergio Ramos, Real MadridZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“The withdrawal period will be four to five weeks.”Aspas will definitely miss Celta’s first three games of 2019 against Athletic Bilbao, Rayo Vallecano and Valencia.Although the 31-year-old could be available for the game against Real Valladolid on January 27 depending on his recovery.Aspas is the fourth highest scorer in La Liga this season with 10 goals in 17 games.last_img read more

September 13

Houlemard Receives ADCs 2019 John Lynch Redevelopment Leadership Award

first_imgFort Ord Reuse Authority Executive Officer Michael Houlemard, Jr., has been recognized as the recipient of ADC’s 2019 John Lynch Base Redevelopment Leadership Award. As FORA’s chief manager, Houlemard has led the redevelopment of one of the largest and complex BRAC projects in the country.In Sept. 1994, Ford Ord, Calif., an installation that spanned 28,000 acres across three counties, was one of the largest military bases ever to be shut down. Today, the former base near Monterey, Calif., is home to a university, residential developments, a shopping district and a medical facility that serves both veterans and active-duty service members. Houlemard’s dedication to Fort Ord’s redevelopment over the years has been key in creating spaces and opportunities that will benefit the surrounding communities for years to come.Houlemard became Fort Ord’s chief executive in 1997, taking on the responsibility of planning, implementing and financing the redevelopment of the former Army base. Under his leadership, FORA has focused on complex and multi-faceted projects that have benefited the entire Monterey area.Houlemard’s work at Fort Ord has received many awards, including Public Official of the Year from the Monterey Peninsula Chamber of Commerce in 2012. Fort Ord Reuse Authority also received the 2018 Office of Secretary of Defense Award for exemplary work in base redevelopment, and has been recognized by the American Planning Association and the Special District Resource Management Authority.“The complicated management structure required a really skillful, multi-talented leader. We found that in Michael Houlemard,” said former U.S. Rep. Sam Farr (D-Calif.), co-author of legislation establishing a reuse authority following Fort Ord’s closure in 1994. “The Fort Ord community of today is his legacy, and the community is grateful to him for his vision.”ADC’s Base Redevelopment Leadership award is named after John Lynch, a long-time employee of DOD’s Office of Economic Adjustment, who assisted communities and contractors dealing with base closures and defense downsizing. His contributions as a volunteer also helped turn ADC into the independent organization it is today. ADC AUTHORlast_img read more