Alser BM Puerto Sagunto a por la primera victoria como visitante

El Alser BM Puerto Sagunto se enfrenta este miércoles a partir de las 20.45 a su alter ego en esta primera vuelta de la liga Asobal, cinco raquíticos puntos son los que han conseguido tanto el BM Antequera como los rojiblancos, y mañana se ven las caras en el Fernando Arguelles antequerano, en el duelo de colistas. Dos equipos necesitados de puntos que ven en este encuentro un balón de oxigeno donde seguir respirando de cara a la permanencia.

 

 

 

El Alser consciente de la importancia del encuentro rompe por un partido con su austeridad obligada por las penurias económicas y viaja el día de antes, para pernoctar en la ciudad malagueña. Para esta cita, y para variar, las bajas son las protagonistas de la convocatoria, y ni Nebot por motivos laborales, ni Stefanovic y Muiña por lesión han viajado, además del consabido Marko Dzokic. De esa forma el míster contará con 13 jugadores, incluyendo a los juniors Moya de Saz y Toni Alegre, tan solo dejándose en casa al tercer portero Samuel Ibañez de todos los jugadores habilitados para disputar partidos de Asobal.

 

 

 

Por su parte el Antequera también tiene problemas de lesiones y  tiene tocados a Juanan, Hoyos, Radulovic y Pejovic, con  lo cual no sabrá su convocatoria hasta el mismo día del partido.

 

 

 

En el orden socioeconómico, la Junta Directiva del Alser sigue trabajando en la Asamblea de Socios que celebra el viernes a las 18.30 y que es vital para enfocar el mantenimiento económico de la entidad. La directiva reclama la máxima participación de sus socios, ya que como manifiesta el “BM Puerto Sagunto es un club  democrático y sus socios deben ser partícipes de toda la información”

 

 

 

En resumen semana vital en todos los aspectos para la entidad valenciana que precisamente este mes de diciembre cumple sus sesenta años de existencia. Todo un hito de longevidad en un club de balonmano.

10 comentarios en “Alser BM Puerto Sagunto a por la primera victoria como visitante”

  1. It’s often forgotten that Apartheid was among other things a welfare scheme for WhitesGod forbid. Now they have that problem sorted out; there’ll be nothing for anyone, eventually.

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  4. [continued from last]Of course, it dpdenes on how you define PC MC. Many in the AIM are quite lax and generous; if they see someone proferring the measly crumbs of vaguely negative statements about “radical extremists”, that’s enough to cheer them up. The point, however, is to measure all seemingly Islamocritical statements against the white-hot standard of those two “commandments” I noted above, and to expect nothing less than their obverse.At the end of the day, however, neither side of this dispute (insofar as we have in fact delineated “sides” with clarity relative to a mutually agreed understanding of the relevant terms) has solid proof to substantiate their sweeping claim:My sweeping claim is that the majority of Westerners are PC MC about Islam.The sweeping claim of my detractors is that the majority of Westerners are in fact not PC MC about Islam.Absent solid proof, there seem to be more problems with the counter-thesis of my detractors:If the majority of Westerners throughout the West are not PC MC then why aren’t they showing it? Why have there been no mass rallies (of more than a couple thousand at best) in major capitals throughout the West against Islam? Why are movies, television and cable shows which are nearly universally PC MC about Islam (whenever, that is, they treat of the subject in drama, comedy or documentaries) continuing to sell? Why do the executives in charge of such media, who care chiefly and ruthlessly about the bottom line, seem obviously to think that the public doesn’t want to see an anti-Islam film, show or play?All indications continue to point to the reasonable inference that only a minority (and a small one at that) of Westerners are not PC MC about Islam. I believe that minority is growing in numbers, but still at an unacceptably slow pace. We see polls, for example, where something like 57% of those surveyed don’t want to see a giant mosque built in their region. Aside from the fact that such surveys usually don’t frame the questions with sufficient specificity to elicit whether those responding are really anti-Islam and anti-Muslim, there is the larger absurdity they reveal, which can be illuminated by an analogy.Imagine a survey, taken in any Western region, where 57% of those surveyed answered that they “oppose killing, raping and cannibalizing the flesh of random little girls”. Obviously, such a slim majority would not be cause for optimism, and anyone ignoring the outrageous problem of the other 43% would be clinically insane. That is not only an appropriate analogy for Islam — I would propose that Islam is worse than that theoretical survey question.At any rate, my detractors have answers for such questions that revolve around why the Western masses don’t behave as they supposedly are (and there are more beside these), but those answers have to account for such facts by constructing hypotheses for how they are only seeming facts, but that some truth not in evidence on the surface is really explaining them. This I suppose is what Baron is getting at with the Occam’s razor metaphor. To explain a massive and complex fact (or constellation of facts) by recourse to a hypothesis of what is “really” happening behind the scenes and beneath appearances (i.e., by recourse to facts not in evidence but only to inferences based on suspicions) is to get ahead of ourselves.Aside from the logical problem Baron sees, I see the psycho-logical motivation behind such a recourse: a dismaying readiness to impute grandly cynical and pessimistic forces to explain the current Western paradigm.

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