The Boss is already at the top, she took the highest tube and reached the top of success; that’s how they fire La Jeja in the Prairie Bars

MEXICO CITY.

With a minute of applause and exercising, the members of the Las Barras Praderas gym said their last goodbye to José Luis Espinosa, alias La Jefa, who died after several days of being hospitalized due to Covid-19.

“The supreme Mother of the Prairie Bars, for she passed away, carnal, in the name of God be in his holy glory; We were always very positive, they told us that she was going to leave, that she was going to free her; unfortunately yesterday we received the news at 4 in the afternoon that he lost his life ”, says Paul Villafuerte, founder of the gym, in a video posted on the Facebook page of Las Barras Praderas

“We are happy, happy for him, because he achieved all his goals, he succeeded, he was never afraid of success. Here we are all the Prairie Dogs to tell you a good trip Chief, God bless you, very soon I will be with you, retelling your trainings, your carnal videos, just as we did here on Earth, we will narrate them there in heaven, “added Paul Villafuerte.

In the recording, just over two minutes long, Paul Villafuerte promises La Jefa to continue supporting the kids, to follow his example.

“God bless you, Chief, and these tubes are going for you, up, let’s go up, up, go up; Come on, Boss, throw him doggy, up to the top daddy, you have already made it to heaven, Boss; Come on, La Jefa is already at the top, she took the highest tube and reached the peak of success ”, he adds.

With a minute of applause, led by Paul Villafuerte, accompanied by the so-called Prairie Dogs, the video in honor of La Jefa ends.

“From the Prairie Bars, Chief. May God bless you! ”He adds.

It’s not goodbye, but see you soon

José Luis Espinosa, known as La Jefa in the popular Barras Praderas, died this Saturday after losing the fight against Covid-19.

Through the social networks of Las Barras Praderas, the death of La Jefa was confirmed, after a month of fighting the virus.

“After almost a month of holding on like a true warrior, we regret to share the news that José Luis Espinosa (the boss) lost the battle today,” it is detailed in the Facebook account.

Its members of the famous gym mourned the death and joined in the grief that afflicts La Jefa’s family.

“Rest in peace my brother and may my almighty God give you light and guide your way to eternal rest, thank you for your great friendship, teachings and that example of life, it is not a goodbye but a see you soon !!”, is added in the post.

After almost a month of holding on like a warrior, we regret to share the news that José Luis Espinosa (the …

published by The Prairie Bars in Saturday, September 12, 2020

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The ‘Zurdo’ López underwent a catheterization and it is studied if they should operate

The former Junior Technician Miguel Ángel López was hospitalized last Monday morning at the Clínica del Caribe, after feeling discomfort and abnormal pressure.

The news was known through social networks, after one of his pupils in the rojiblanco team, former striker Martín Arzuaga, reported his health status through Twitter.

“Let us put in our prayers Professor Miguel Ángel López, who suffered an acute myocardial infarction,” wrote the ‘Toro’.

Until the closing of this edition, no official medical report was known about the state of health of the ‘Zurdo’.

The Argentine, champion with the Sharks in 2004, has been based in Barranquilla for several years.

Francisco Arias, who works as López’s assistant, assures that the 78-year-old veteran helmsman “is stable, calm and in good spirits”, waiting for what the doctors decide.

“Still under observation. They’ve already had a catheterization that resulted in a clogged artery. The possibility of open heart surgery or another type of intervention is being studied, ”Arias told EL HERALDO.

The former technician, according to Arias, remains in constant communication with those closest to him. His relatives in Argentina have already been informed and are aware of his health, like many of Junior’s fans who have a feeling of admiration and gratitude for the star he helped embroider on the shield in 2004.

In dialogue with EL HERALDO, a few months ago, ‘El Zurdo’ had sent a message of affection and gratitude to the rojiblanca fans, in the midst of confinement due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I want to thank you for the affection that I always receive. I miss you. Thank you for making my days happy, ”said the historic Argentine coach at the time.

Miguel Ángel López was the coach of Junior’s fifth star in the second half of 2004, in that remembered final against Atlético Nacional, where the rojiblancos won 3-0 in the first leg, in Barranquilla, and then fell 5-2 in Medellín , saving himself in the last minutes with the remembered goal of Argentine defender Walter Ribonetto. The Sharks prevailed on penalties 5-4.

He directed the Barranquilla team on seven occasions. Without a doubt, he is a character that is 100% linked to junior history.

‘El Zurdo’ made his debut as a professional footballer at the University of Córdoba in 1962 and retired in 1975 at Atlético Nacional, a club where he made his debut as a coach a year later.

During his long coaching career, he has twice managed América de México, with whom he won two league titles in 1985 and a Concacaf Champions League in 1992.

He was also in the Independiente de Avellaneda, with which he raised the title of the South American Super Cup in 1995, and also in the Argentine Boca Juniors, Rosario Central, Ferro Carril Oeste and Arsenal.

He also went through the Mexican Chivas de Guadalajara, Santos Laguna, Toluca, León, Atlético Celaya and Puebla, as well as Al-Ahli from Saudi Arabia and Badajoz from Spain.

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The ‘Zurdo’ López underwent a catheterization and it is studied if they should operate

The former Junior Technician Miguel Ángel López was hospitalized last Monday morning at the Clínica del Caribe, after feeling discomfort and abnormal pressure.

The news was known through social networks, after one of his pupils in the rojiblanco team, former striker Martín Arzuaga, reported his health status through Twitter.

“Let us put in our prayers Professor Miguel Ángel López, who suffered an acute myocardial infarction,” wrote the ‘Toro’.

Until the closing of this edition, no official medical report was known about the state of health of the ‘Zurdo’.

The Argentine, champion with the Sharks in 2004, has been based in Barranquilla for several years.

Francisco Arias, who works as López’s assistant, assures that the 78-year-old veteran helmsman “is stable, calm and in good spirits”, waiting for what the doctors decide.

“Still under observation. They’ve already had a catheterization that resulted in a clogged artery. The possibility of open heart surgery or another type of intervention is being studied, ”Arias told EL HERALDO.

The former technician, according to Arias, remains in constant communication with those closest to him. His relatives in Argentina have already been informed and are aware of his health, like many of Junior’s fans who have a feeling of admiration and gratitude for the star he helped embroider on the shield in 2004.

In dialogue with EL HERALDO, a few months ago, ‘El Zurdo’ had sent a message of affection and gratitude to the rojiblanca fans, in the midst of confinement due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I want to thank you for the affection that I always receive. I miss you. Thank you for making my days happy, ”said the historic Argentine coach at the time.

Miguel Ángel López was the coach of Junior’s fifth star in the second half of 2004, in that remembered final against Atlético Nacional, where the rojiblancos won 3-0 in the first leg, in Barranquilla, and then fell 5-2 in Medellín , saving himself in the last minutes with the remembered goal of Argentine defender Walter Ribonetto. The Sharks prevailed on penalties 5-4.

He directed the Barranquilla team on seven occasions. Without a doubt, he is a character that is 100% linked to junior history.

‘El Zurdo’ made his debut as a professional footballer at the University of Córdoba in 1962 and retired in 1975 at Atlético Nacional, a club where he made his debut as a coach a year later.

During his long coaching career, he has twice managed América de México, with whom he won two league titles in 1985 and a Concacaf Champions League in 1992.

He was also in the Independiente de Avellaneda, with which he raised the title of the South American Super Cup in 1995, and also in the Argentine Boca Juniors, Rosario Central, Ferro Carril Oeste and Arsenal.

He also went through the Mexican Chivas de Guadalajara, Santos Laguna, Toluca, León, Atlético Celaya and Puebla, as well as Al-Ahli from Saudi Arabia and Badajoz from Spain.

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Coronavirus: Marche, hospitalized from 13 to 14, new case in Fabriano – Marche

5,790 to 5,795 healed, positive at home from 145 to 142

One more hospitalized for coronavirus in the Marche region, specifically in Fabriano, in the last 24 hours: patients passed from 13 to 14. This was communicated by Gores.
Currently the hospitalized, in addition to the last one in Fabriano, are in the infectious disease wards of Marche Nord (8), Ancona, (3) and Fermo (2). In the region, Gores said, there were no deaths related to Covid-19 on the last day.
The recovered rose from 5,790 to 5,795 while the positives in home isolation fell from 145 to 142. There was a slight increase in the number of people isolated at home due to contacts with the infected: from 1,323 to 1,325 (138 with symptoms, 48 ​​health workers). In total, the cases of contagion in the Marche so far are 6,938 and 987 deaths.
(ANSA).

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