The Brazilian side Filipe Luis, what He was an Atlético de Madrid footballer for eight seasons in two stages between 2010 and 2019, and won seven rojiblanco titles, he received this Saturday the tribute of the fans of the Wanda Metropolitano stadium before the match between the Madrid team and Levante. The Brazilian defender, currently a Flamengo player in which he stood five months ago and with which he was proclaimed champion of the Copa Libertadores in November, played 333 rojiblanco official matches, divided into two stages (2010-14 and 2015-2019) in which he was always the undisputed left-hander for the rojiblanco coach, the Argentine Diego Pablo Simeone.In the list of Filipe as rojiblanco, club that arrived in 2010 from Deportivo de La Coruña are listed a League, a Copa del Rey, two European Leagues and three European Super Cups. Just before the initial kick-off of the match corresponding to the nineteenth day of LaLiga Santander, Filipe Luis was received on the lawn by a corridor formed by his former teammates, and the captain Koke Resurrrección handed him a shield of the rojiblanca entity. Later the Brazilian side made the honor roll amid the applause of the Metropolitan tier.
Dan Cohen AUTHOR The Senate Armed Services Committee included language in its annual policy bill that would establish a DOD program to provide funding to state and local governments for off-base infrastructure projects, matching similar language in the House version of the fiscal 2019 defense authorization bill. Both versions would authorize a program for the department to award grants to address deficiencies in community infrastructure if the assistance will enhance the military value, resilience or military family quality of life at an installation.There are several differences between the two versions, though. The Senate provision, section 2834, would create a pilot program that runs out Sept. 30, 2023; the House’s Defense Community Infrastructure Program would be permanent. And while the House version would require participants to contribute at least 20 percent of the total project cost, the Senate language calls for a state or local government to contribute at least 30 percent. Both versions would allow DOD to waive the cost-share requirement for rural communities, with the Senate provision also allowing the requirement to be waived “for reasons related to national security.”The Senate Armed Services Committee approved S. 2987 on May 23, but the bill text was not released until Wednesday. The House passed its version of the authorization bill on May 24. The Senate began debating S. 2987 on Wednesday. Once the chamber approves the measure, a conference committee would reconcile differences between the two bills, including the competing provisions establishing a defense community infrastructure program.