A new episode of serious soccer-related violence occurred before the UEFA Champions League match between Club Bruges and Manchester City. The fan in question is a Belgian Manchester City fan who was attacked by Bruges fans.
Belgian police arrested 5 people, whose identity has not yet been formalized. The man was reportedly shot in the head by at least one Brugge fan after his City scarf was ripped off. Manchester City, through a statement, explained: "We are working with Bruges and the Belgian police to find the culprits.
Our thoughts and best wishes go to the family and friends of the attacked fan." The 63-year-old man was returning to the car with his son. The son himself, interviewed, said: "My father was cowardly attacked in a parking lot in Drongen because he had a City scarf.
Let's hope the culprits will be found and punished. He keeps fighting dad."
Here's how Paula Badosa beat depression
Paula Badosa, after winning the women's singles at Indian Wells 2021, explained how she managed to overcome depression.
She said in the interview: "Whoever looks at you from the outside is convinced that you are lucky to do what you do and indeed you are, but the pressure is tremendous. And things get even tougher if you don't confirm the expectations.
external fears move to the court tennis has been my life since I was 7. There hasn't been a single day that I haven't thought about tennis. And people feel you're not fulfilling your dream. first doubts, there is anger.
You think you are not as good as you imagined. " umber 314 WTA in 2016, number 247 in 2017. Stuck in minor tournaments, she did not get significant results: "I couldn't get out of the ditch. I was forced to take a break to find some happiness.
anxiety and depression. Then I phoned Xavi Budo: his help changed my life. " Besides being a great coach, Xavi has a remarkable human depth: "For a few years, Paula lived on a cloud. Hers was an unreal life, in the end, the character swallowed the person.
When he called me, I realized that the toy was broken. She was in the throes of indescribable anxiety. Other than tennis: she forgot she was a person. Let's face it, when you are 18 you worry about looking good on Instagram, you become superficial.
In tennis, instead , it is essential to be profound. At 18, Paula had her own apartment. Today it is hard for most 35-year-olds to do it ... You just get 10,000 likes on social media and you think everyone is on your side, that everything is for you Balle: only the top 100 can live off tennis First I pushed her away from the tennis court and told her we wouldn't train until she put her scale of values in order.
She was a 20-year-old girl, but her self-esteem was grounded. She had imagined becoming an elite tennis player: failing that, her life no longer made sense. In the first week we went for a run on the beach or in the mountains and I told her: I want your face and your eyes to shine again. " The plan worked perfectly.