Gabriel: “Everything has been shit, in defense, in attack …”

first_imgMatch Rating: “I wanted to say something, but I can’t. Everything went wrong. The elimination against Granada was tough. It was a game to win again and it was all shit. In defense, in attack. We have a week to recover and train hard to come back”. Gabriel Paulista was blunt in his assessments after the match between Getafe and Valencia. And that the Brazilian started biting his tongue. “I wanted to say something … but I can’t.” The central could only admit the bad game of his. The key to the match: “We have to change today’s attitude. They have been more men. We have to fight more in the field. We have to be stronger in all aspects of the game. In general it has been bullshit.”Without excuses: “There are important players outside, but we cannot say that the players who are outside have missed us today. The players we have must show that we are stronger. All. From the goalkeeper to Maxi. All. We must be stronger and now to think in the next one and at home. But if we play like this we will lose again. Congratulations to Getafe. “last_img read more

Highspeed rail encouraging Chinese to Hong Kong

first_imgConvenient high-speed connections between Hong Kong and several Chinese border cities assist the facilitation and drive the increase of mainland tourists. Transport is becoming more efficient and accessible for Chinese travellers to Hong Kong, the Hindu Business Line reported. Convenient transport links and shopping boost mainland arrivals. With an absence of sales taxes and strict regulations enforcing the sale of genuine brand-name products, Hong Kong has also become a popular shopping destination for many Chinese tourists. Increasingly fast rail connections between Hong Kong and Shenzhen run every 10 minutes, with similar connections from other major Chinese cities, such as Guangzhou.center_img Hong Kong Tourist Board spokesperson Alice Chu said the hi-speed train link with China will be operational by 2016, with travel time between Hong Kong and Shanghai significantly reduced. Ms Chu said some Chinese travellers make the journey to Hong Kong for their weekly groceries. Source = ETB News: P.T.last_img read more