De Bruyne: “If not playing avoids problems, better not come back”

first_imgConsequences: “Waiting so long to make a decision can cause problems for next season. It’s not that we have a very long summer vacation and we can postpone everything. I would regret stopping early after such a good season, but if you avoid problems for next year, It must be done. “How you wear insulation: “I’m not used to being at home. It’s the first time since I was 14 years old that I spend days at home. Normally, as always, you have that daily routine and the equipment you work with. Now you don’t see those people anymore I miss that contact. “training: “I recently bought a treadmill, with which I do six or seven kilometers a day. I spend a lot of time with my children and I see that they get very close to each other because they have to be entertained. That is nice and the most important thing is that everyone is healthy. “Coronavirus: “In my house there were symptoms two weeks ago. First my little son was sick, then the oldest and then my wife. We have no idea if they had the coronavirus, but we isolated ourselves and now we are all back.” Kevin de Bruyne has given an interview in the Belgian media HLN in which he has talked about the possibility of not playing again this season. The Manchester City midfielder does not rule out that option and, in fact, considers it to be the most correct in case returning is a problem for next season. Competition return: “I don’t know if we will continue playing. Also in England they want to wait as long as possible to make a decision. But as a footballer that is not so evident. Being inactive for six weeks usually requires a preparation of three or four weeks. If we restart immediately, all the players will be in the infirmary after some matches. That may not be their intention, but there is a lot of money involved … “.last_img read more

Vehicle fire causes mayhem on state Highway 14

first_imgAn estimated 50 vehicles traveled the wrong way on an onramp to state Highway 14 on Wednesday afternoon to bypass traffic from an earlier car fire, according to Washington State Patrol Trooper Will Finn. Smoke from the fully engulfed vehicle fire billowed across the highway near Milepost 7 in east Vancouver. Troopers blocked the roadway at 1 p.m. so firefighters could extinguish the fire, and then restricted the westbound highway to one lane. As traffic started to stack up, about 50 vehicles made a U-turn and went the wrong way on the Southwest 164th Avenue onramp. Going the wrong direction on a highway, Finn said, “is one of the most dangerous things someone could do on a freeway.”Troopers stopped seven vehicles and cited the drivers for traveling the wrong way on a highway, which carries a $411 fine, Finn said. The drivers were then told to turn around and drive the correct way on the highway.“If you’re caught in traffic, please be patient with us,” Finn said. The vehicle fire was cleared from the roadway shortly before 2 p.m.last_img read more