Josep Maria Bartomeu had to endure before the game against the Real society a new wash by the partner in the Camp Nou. A reaction that began very shy, after stopping to play the hymn through the speakers, but that little by little he gained momentum and force until the scream rumbles throughout the stadium: “Bartomeu resigns!”.The Blaugrana leader stoically endured the reaction of a member who publicly showed his dissatisfaction with the way he managed the club. It is true that it was not a majority reaction, since there were also whistles against the cloth, but the white scarves ended up gaining ground and were visualized by all the stands of the Camp Nou, curiously many near the box. On this occasion, the wash was neither the intensity nor the duration of the day of Eibar. And it must be remembered that in that game it took more than five minutes to start the match due to technical problems, which led to people having more time to expand and show their anger. In any case, Messi’s goals served to partially appease the waters.What seems clear is that the situation remains entrenched and without short-term fix signs, since many partners consider that the only solution is to advance the elections for this summer, while Bartomeu is more in favor of exhausting his mandate until June 30, 2021, despite whoever weighs and falls who falls.There were also songs in favor of Setién’s second, Eder Sarabia, by the Grada de Animación Joven.
The Vancouver Police Department is looking for anyone associated with a wooden box containing cremated remains recently donated to a local Goodwill store.The department, in a news release, said officers responded to a call Sunday from the Goodwill at 6425 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd., after an employee going through donated items found the box.The worker checked and found the trapezoidal box contained cremated remains. It appeared the box was donated mistakenly, police said.The box is made of a darker wood, has a handle and latch on one end and two wooden letter M’s attached to its face, with the name Michelle Miller written on the letters.The department evidence unit is looking for any family members or people associated with the box so it can be returned. Anyone with information regarding the box can call the Vancouver Police Department’s Evidence Unit at 360-487-7404.