12.Cuenca11317278:3217 Barca celebrate new title with Joan Laporta Related Items:Ademar Leon, ASOBAL, FC Barcelona Lassa STANDINGS: Ademar33 – 37Barcelona Recommended for you 2.La Rioja121011394:31821 Casper Mortensen diagnosed with coronavirus Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. 14.Benidorm11317287:3347 ASOBAL 19/20 – Best saves of the season! PHOTO: ANETA CECKOVA 7.Huesca11344270:28810 6.Villa de Aranda12633370:34715 9.Teucro12417356:3849 10.Puente Genil11407291:3318 11.Puerto Sagunto12318335:3807 Click to comment 13.Guadalajara11236294:3237 5.Ademar12714342:31415 15.Adelma12309318:3646 ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsGreat handball battle has been seen in Leon last night, where FC Barcelona Lassa had difficult job for the first time this season and stayed unbeaten – 33:37. Moreover, this was 73rd consecutive victory in ASOBAL of the Spanish champions who broke all the records in the past few years of domination.Kiril Lazarov with 12 and Wael Jallouz (10) kept Barca in advantage during 60 minutes in always hot Leon…33 – ABANCA ADEMAR:Cupara (Biosca); Carrillo (6, 2 p), Leo Samapio (5), Mikel Aguirrezabalaga (4), Carou, Vieyra (4), Huerta (1); Acacio (2), Zilzic (1), Piñeiro (-), Tot (2), Juanín García (8, 3 p).37 – BARCELONA:Pérez de Vargas (Ohlander); Tomás (1), Lazarov (12, 6 p), Entrerríos (2), Sorhaindo (3), Jallouz (10), Ariño (4); Morros, Gurbindo (1), Syprzak (1), Daniel Dujhebaev (1), Kopljar (2)The biggest surprise made Villa de Aranda by beating La Rioja 30:27.RESULTS: Adelma22 – 38Granollers 16.Aragon11209308:3724 3.Granollers12912377:30919 1.Barcelona121200465:29624 4.Morrazo Cangas12903335:32518 ShareTweetShareShareEmail Teucro30 – 32Anaitasuna Villa de Aranda30 – 27La Rioja 8.Anaitasuna12417317:3319
New Burgerim restaurant coming to downtown Overland Park, anticipated opening at the end of the month
Burgerim, an international Israeli burger chain, is anticipated to open at the end of the month at 8017 Metcalf Avenue.Downtown Overland Park’s newest eatery will be a miniature burger joint found worldwide.Burgerim, an international chain based in Israel that specializes in miniature burgers, will be the newest tenant in one of the area’s most recently constructed buildings. It will be located at 8017 Metcalf Avenue, the building owned by the EPC Real Estate Group. EPC President Michael McKeen said the company wanted to find a reastaurant for the building for some time now, and the two companies naturally hit it off.“They have a fun brand and a good atmosphere, [and] it’s unique to the area” McKeen said.The only other Burgerim location in Kansas is a 45-minute drive away in Lawrence. That location as has done well, McKeen said. McKeen said he expects Burgerim to integrate into the area well, considering the multiple apartments and office buildings in walking proximity. There are approximately 500 people living and working in the Avenue 80 and Avenue 81 buildings, he said.“I think having the visibility on Metcalf gives it a really good advantage, just being a new unique restaurant right on Metcalf” McKeen said. “I think people are just going to see it, stop, try it and hopefully everyone likes it as much as we did and they can keep coming back.”Owner Jonathan Langford said the amount of growth in the area was a key selling point for bringing Burgerim to Overland Park. Additionally, he said he hopes the restaurant can become a spot for community gathering.“[I hope it’s] kind of a waterhole type place, you know, to have a couple good burgers and chicken sandwiches and be able to relax in a family friendly atmosphere,” Langford said.The restaurant has been under construction for about three months, and Langford said the anticipated opening date will be at the end of January. Two other tenants — Luxe Nails and Two Dogs and a Cat — will join Burgerim in the near future, McKeen said.Burgerim serves a wide variety of burgers, including miniature burgers, third-pound patty burgers and quarter-pound patty burgers. There are also options aside from beef such as vegetarian, chicken, salmon and lamb sandwiches. Other menu items include chicken wings and strips, milkshakes, fries, onion rings and sweet potato fries.
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However, with the likes of Luka Modric, Rafael Van der Vaart, Wilson Palacios, Jermaine Jenas and Tom Huddlestone all already at the club, his pathway to stardom was blocked by more experienced players.In the end, the starlet never managed to break through, and the ensuing years ended up being a series of loans, followed by an exit to Belgium’s second division with Royal Antwerp.Now back in one of the top five leagues in the world at Toulouse in Ligue 1, the 26-year-old is back where he feels he belongs.In an interview with beIN Sports, Bostock opened up about his Tottenham exit and his career since, and, by the sound of things, he doesn’t regret his decision one bit.Embed from Getty ImagesHe said: “The real turning point for me was when I was released from Spurs. I almost saw it as the chains being taken off and the chance to start again from ground zero. Going from Spurs to the second division in Belgium looks like a huge step down, but it’s one I needed to take.”After spells with Antwerp and OH Leuven, Bostock moved to Lens in Ligue 2, where he ended up being voted the league’s best player in his first season there.The midfielder sees his path as one many other English youngsters should take, as it gave him opportunities he would have never had had he stayed in London or dropped down to the lower leagues permanently.He continued: “I fell victim to it when I was younger, you just see the football bubble of England, and there’s no denying it’s probably the best place in the world to play football. It’s a league that’s supported and watched all over the world.“But, there’s such a small number of players who can play there. I think that coming out of that comfort zone, it causes you to examine yourself. What is it you want from football? What is it you want from life? Am I ready to make the sacrifice and pay the price to get there?”The Toulouse midfielder did warn players doing so would be hard, but he made it clear that ‘there is a reward there’.As for his dream, that hasn’t changed.Wearing the England shirt remains an objective, and if he continues to help Toulouse in the way he has done so far this year, who knows what can happen, especially if Gareth Southgate continues to give players opportunities.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉（今晚試試）Keto减肥UndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles meet in Tung Chung?Dating.comUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoCNBC InternationalSingapore’s Freelancers Find New Income During the Coronavirus Pandemic.CNBC InternationalUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoInstant Voice TranslatorGenius Japanese Invention Allows You To Instantly Speak 43 LanguagesInstant Voice TranslatorUndoPerfect-Dating.comReveal Tung Chung As The Best City to Date for Love & RomancePerfect-Dating.comUndo熱門話題小心會長過頭…網友推爆:「真的長得超誇張!」熱門話題Undo Ten years ago, the name John Bostock was on everyone’s lips, as the midfielder made his first appearance for Tottenham’s first-team following his move from Crystal Palace.
He might have regained his dream job but for Ibrahim Musa there really hasn’t been plenty time to celebrate as he leads Kano Pillars away to Gombe United in an NPFL Matchday four fixture today. Pillars started the season well enough defeating Heartland at home in their league opener but after dropping points at home last time out against Akwa United, Musa says victory against Gombe in their first away match of the season is vital to “compensate” for points dropped against Akwa United.Having just rejoined the team after he was let go on the expiration of his contract at the end of last season, Musa says he will take a backseat and depend on his assistants to get the job done today.“We are looking for the [win] because we lost two points at home though I [was] not with the team,” he told busybuddiesng.com.“Even today, though I cannot say much about the team because I’ve been very far away from the team for the past two to three months, so I am asking my assistants to work hard and I give advice where I can so we are prepared to win to compensate for what we lost at home to Akwa.”Musa who was reappointed to his position as technical adviser will forever be remembered as the manager in charge of Pillars when they threw away a three goal lead in thirteen minutes to lose the Aiteo Cup final on penalties to Enugu Rangers and it was after that incredible capitulation that the club declined to renew his contract. Having experienced the wilderness of unemployment and the despair of losing a cherished position, Musa who has spent over thirteen years with the club in different capacities says he has found a renewed appreciation for his position and intends to make the most of his second chance. “I have to respect my work much because when you don’t have work nobody can even call you or come to you,” he told busybuddiesng.com on what he will be bringing to his job this time around. “So I have to concentrate on my work with [much] tactical discipline, I got a lot of experience [from my last stint as technical adviser] so I have to work hard more than what I did the last time.”RelatedNPFL Super Six: Ibrahim Musa Blames Players for Kano Pillars Draw (AUDIO)June 5, 2019In “NPFl”NPFL Matchday 14 Roundup: Rangers Continue Unbeaten Run As Akwa United Recover From El Kanemi DrubbingApril 8, 2019In “NPFl”NPFL: Pillars Coach Musa Faces Sack As Club Issue 3-game UltimatumNovember 18, 2019In “NPFl”