Elche is isolated in Tenerife because of the calm

first_imgElche will remain in Tenerife until Tuesday. The return flight is scheduled to depart at 7:30 am to arrive at the Alicante-Elche airport around 3:30 p.m., prior stopover in Barcelona. For now, visibility is null in island airfield, with very strong air gusts on the slopes. Further, environmental pollution is extreme, 60 times above the indexes considered healthy, and there have been reports of fire in different parts of the islands. About 360 flights have been affected with deferrals and cancellations at the airports of the Canary Islands, with problems to accommodate all travelers and tourists who have not been able to leave this Sunday. Tenerife and Elche had to play on Saturday in full calm, in an irrespirable environment that caused many fans had to use handkerchiefs in the bleachers of Heliodoro to facilitate breathing. Deck of cards He thanked this support in a situation that was not “the most favorable way to leave home.” The footballers of Elche CF They have recognized that the conditions were not suitable for playing an official match. The Tenerife people are just leaving home and those who dare do so with masks to protect themselves.While the training plan of the Elche CF It is barely going to be affected, given that the staff has made a recovery session this morning and for Monday and Tuesday it was planned to enjoy rest days. The next game will be on Sunday, at 4:00 p.m., at Martínez Valero against Numancia de Soria. Among the expedition is Ramon Folch, who was about not to travel because his wife can give birth at any time. The player made the decision to be with the team so as not to cause casualty and now he has been surprised by this setback. The calm that keeps the Canary Islands in check has prevented the return of the Elche CF to the Peninsula. The ilicitano set, who slept last night in Santa Cruz of Tenerife after the game at the stadium Heliodoro Rodríguez López, he planned to fly this noon to the illicit lands. Nevertheless, flights at Tenerife North – Los Rodeos airport have been canceled due to the temporary and the template of Potato, who came to show up at the terminal with the bags to return home, has had to return to the hotel where he will be staying two more days.last_img read more

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