If all that is part of yesterday, Álvaro García today is also news. The Competition Committee has punished Isi with two matches after his expulsion against Elche, for which the doors of ownership open for the Andalusian. The winger points eleven against his ex and would return to the starting team, something that it had not happened since the day of Oviedo, five days ago. However, that would not be the only change to which Paco Jémez would be forced, since the central Milic is also low by sanction (five yellow). The game against Cádiz appears and all eyes are on him. Álvaro García takes center stage for his past and also for his present. The extreme utrerano, 27 years old, He played in the Cádiz team for three seasons (2015-18) and experienced the promotion to Second. It was precisely in the yellow ranks and under the orders of Álvaro Cervera that he began to emerge, to the point of becoming the most expensive signing in Rayo history. The franjirrojo club paid around five million in this operation.
Vivid Sydney 2017, Bigger, Bolder, BrighterGlobal Summit of Women to showcase Sydney as home to major eventsSydney Airport has welcomed this weekend’s announcement that Sydney will host the 2018 Global Summit of Women.The event will attract 1,000 of the world’s public and private sector leaders to Sydney, providing a significant injection into the NSW economy.Sydney Airport Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Kerrie Mather congratulated Business Events Sydney for securing the event, which will spark new discussions on improving economic outcomes for women.“This is fantastic news for Sydney, once again showing the great work Business Events Sydney do showcasing our city on the global stage,” Ms Mather said.“I’m a strong supporter of bringing this event to Sydney, given the great work of our businesses, governments and communities to advance women’s empowerment here in Australia.“The Summit also highlights our ability to attract and deliver some of the biggest and best business events in the world, which brings important economic benefits to our state.”Ms Mather was among more than 50 industry and government leaders that supported Business Events Sydney’s bid for the Summit, highlighting the strong support for attracting the event to Australia.The bid was also supported by Sydney Airport non-executive director Ann Sherry AO, who has been named on the Sydney Global Summit of Women Steering Committee.The Summit aims to accelerate women’s progress worldwide and highlights programs that are improving economic outcomes for women.Delegates from about 80 countries are expected to attend the event, which was first held in 1990.Sydney Airport strongly supports diversity in the workplace and is working towards increasing female representation among its staff. In 2016, female staff made up 36.4% of the workforce, and 33.8% of all management positions were held by women.Sydney Airport’s community investment program also supports women’s leadership, as a partner of both the AFL Women’s GIANTS and the Qantas Australian Women’s Rugby Sevens teams. We’re also investing in the next generation of female business leaders through our support for the Chief Executive Women scholarship program. Global Summit of WomenSource = Sydney Airport