EI Celtic 2020 begins with the defense in frame. Oscar Garcia He has found himself in the lap of training with only four defenses available to receive Osasuna on Sunday. The losses in the rear will cause a duo of centrals to open. David Costas will first form a tandem holder with Joseph Aidoo.The youth has only played two games since the beginning in this first round. It started The league entering eleven to face the Real Madrid and the coaching staff of the García Junyent brothers He opted for the first time for the chapeleiro on the day before the Christmas break. Costas played the 90 minutes in the City of Valencia, where Celta used a scheme with three centrals, and was one of the players signaled by the defeat against the I raised. During the first part he kept the fighter at bay Roger Martí, but after the break he was unarmed, like his two companions in the axis of the rear, by the attacking granotas. The new year will start for the player trained in To Madroa with the opportunity to compensate. Néstor Araujo will not be able to participate before Osasuna when completing the card cycle, while Jorge Sáenz continues to leave after damaging his left shoulder in the cupping match with Peña Azagresa.Mal. Only two exchanges are suitable and, for the moment, also two sides: Kevin Vázquez and Lucas Olaza. The other two lanes should arrive to measure the reds. David Juncá has partially restarted training with the group and Hugo Mallo will be 2-3 days more exercising on the sidelines due to muscle strain.
VAN NUYS – A woman in tight blue jeans, a black shirt, a light green sweater and three-inch black heels stepped onto the Sepulveda Boulevard curb just north of Vose Street at 8:19 p.m. Saturday. For two minutes, she strutted up the boulevard, a black purse tucked under her arm, pausing underneath a lamp post and a tree. In just three minutes, she hooked her first fish. A gold Nissan Altima slowed in front of her, then turned into a parking lot behind her. The driver, a middle-aged man, rolled down his window, and the two talked for about 30 seconds. The woman turned and walked farther into the parking lot. The car followed. When it stopped, three undercover police officers arrested the man on suspicion of soliciting a prostitute. His car, a fully-loaded 2005 Altima, was seized by police, and the city will move to confiscate it as permitted in a three-year-old city ordinance. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88 During a six-hour undercover operation Saturday night, the LAPD hoped to seize 10 cars and make even more arrests for solicitation of prostitution, and to send the message to the public that trolling for women on Sepulveda Boulevard will not be tolerated. “People shouldn’t be coming to Sepulveda in Van Nuys and Mission Hills looking for a prostitute,” said Capt. James Miller, commanding officer of the Van Nuys area. “We want to get it off the boulevard. It’s been a long, long blight on Sepulveda Boulevard.” Last year, the LAPD made 330 prostitution-related arrests in Van Nuys, and most of them came on Sepulveda Boulevard, Miller said. Residents often complain of being propositioned on the street, he said, and he hoped the threat of losing a car – which could be far more costly than a misdemeanor fine – would deter would-be johns from looking for prostitutes on Sepulveda. “Women trying to go to the market can’t just go to the market without someone stopping them,” Miller said. “It’s because people think they can do that on Sepulveda.” During the sting operation, undercover police officers posed as prostitutes. They never approached potential suspects – they didn’t need to. Johns like the Altima driver, whose name was not released by police, would come to them quickly. The undercover officers, who were wearing transmitters to record the conversations with the suspects, would make sure the suspect was looking to pay for a sexual act and see the money. Then they’d tell the driver to pull around the corner to the back of the parking lot, where other officers made the arrest. “You just go out there and you stand, and surprisingly, they flock to you,” said Officer Ellen Gable, who posed as a prostitute during the sting. “You do engage in conversation that’s a little out of the ordinary, a little sensitive. A lot of them are married, you can see wedding rings, or you see a child’s seat in the back of the car.” Councilman Tony Cardenas, who accompanied police during part of the sting operation, said he was trying to get funding to run more vehicle seizure operations in the San Fernando Valley. “We’re trying to give ourselves more tools as a deterrent,” Cardenas said. “If that doesn’t work, maybe Captain Miller and I can put on a wig and a boa. That would be a deterrent in itself.” (818) 713-3669 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!