No one played more than Sergio Canales at Rubi’s Betis. His 2,384 minutes in this campaign are no coincidence despite the fact that the collective performance of the Verdiblanco team held back one of the Cantabrian’s strongest wishes: regularly go to the calls of the Spanish team and dream of being present at the next Euro Cup. After delaying the tournament for a year, the incentive now takes a new dimension for the midfielder, who has another campaign ahead to try to win a ticket to the continental competition from Luis Enrique. Canales has a leading role in Betis de Rubi and its position on the lawn adapts to the collective needs of the group. That and his brilliant performance in most of the course makes him one of the players enrolled in the extensive list of options that the Spanish coach handles for the future. After his leadership at Betis last year under the leadership of Quique Setién, The Santanderian could already be present in the national team before disappearing from those calls in the last appointments. His dream is now renewed: he wants to maintain his regularity in Heliópolis and that the team take a qualitative leap that can also boost his candidacy. Canales does not look beyond the verdiblanco team at present, despite the fact that many clubs are closely following its progression. It was renewed just a few months ago and, at 29 years old, the club knows that it is one of the proper names that will be on the table in the market, although neither party pretends that it is. Betis insisted in recent days on the desire that none of the main figures of the team leave the ship this summer despite the fact that the objective of going to Europe is not achieved, Although the case of Pau López last summer was also given as an example of the difficulty of tying all the desired ones on the campus.
Most places in Israel, like Tel Aviv, are considered safe. Image: Israeli Ministry of Tourism/Dana Friedlander Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H Presenting data at its annual conference in western Tel Aviv, the Israeli Tourism Ministry said last year’s Operation Pillar of Defense cost the nation over 250,000 tourists.According to the Jerusalem Post, the meeting identified November’s eight-day offensive in Gaza as being significantly damaging to the Israeli tourism industry, particularly in the south, which was one of the main targets of the military operation.Despite this, Israel Hotels Association marketing committee chairman, Ami Hirschstein, said the problem lay not with the reality of the situation in Israel, but the perception of events in the country.“Israel is a safe place, we know that, but the image abroad is different,” he told the audience at the conference.“People think there were rockets in Tel Aviv, there were rockets in Jerusalem, so Israel is dangerous.”To combat these misconceptions, the ministry has in recent months initiated several international and domestic marketing campaigns to attract tourists back to the region, as well as given financial assistance to small businesses in the south, JP reported.Speaking at the conference, Tourism Minister Stas Misezhnikov said the country’s goal was to bring another five million tourists to Israel by 2015, which he believed “can be done”.