It should be remembered that Rayo-Albacete was 0-0 and the La Mancha had one player less, due to the expulsion of Eddy Silvestre. For the resumption, both technicians will be able to align onces different from those of that day, although with a nuance: they must be players who were registered at that time (signings are excluded).Appeal dismissed the appeal of LightningThe Appeals Committee dismissed the appeal last week presented by the Ray against the sanctions that, in its day, imposed Competition and that will finally have to comply: € 18,000 fine and the partial closure of the stadium from Vallecas, more specifically from the fund where the events occurred, during two games (Huesca and Elche). The Rayo-Albacete will take place ten days before the meeting that will face them again in the second round: on Saturday 29, 20:30, at Carlos Belmonte. That February 19 was also set on Mirandés-Zaragoza (21:00) that had to be postponed due to heavy rains. Then, the bad conditions of the Anduva pitch forced Sagués Oscoz to make this decision. LaLiga made official the Rayo-Albacete schedule suspended on Wednesday on December 15 for the banners and songs delivered by the franjirroja fans against Zozulia. Finally, The match will be held next Wednesday, February 19, at 8:00 p.m.. Of course, the second part will resume behind closed doors, just like announced Competition.
“The tricolor has landed,” proclaimed the Hindustan Times as a box shaped probe painted in India’s saffron, white and green flag crash landed on the moon’s south pole. The probe sent from the orbiting mother spacecraft Chandrayaan-1 (moon craft) took pictures and gathered other data for a future moon landing. The Indian flag is likely scattered over the moon’s Shackleton crater after the probe slammed into the surface at more than 3,000 miles per hour.India joins the U.S., Russia, the European Space Agency, Japan and China in sending missions to the moon. India will follow the mission by landing a rover on the moon in 2011 and, eventually a manned space program. Related Items