Sergio Camello, Óscar Clemente and Rodrigo Riquelme, attackers of the subsidiary of Atlético de Madrid, complete the Diego Simeone’s call for Saturday’s game against Eibar, with the well-known casualties of Diego Costa, Koke Resurrección, Thomas Lemar, Kieran Trippier and José María Giménez.Trippier he added on Friday, for a pubalgia, to the list of absences for the duel in Ipurua that already formed Diego Costa, operated at the end of November of a cervical disc herniation; Gimenez, due to muscular edema in the left leg; Koke, for a myotendinous lesion; and Lemar, for a muscular ailment. Nor do they travel Sime Vrsaljko, already in the final part of its commissioning of the operation on the knee to which it was submitted 11 months ago, nor Ivan Saponjic, again ruled out by technical decision, even again with strikers of the subsidiary cited by Simeone.The call consists of 18 players: goalkeepers Jan Oblak and Antonio Adam; the defenders Santiago Arias, Renan Lodi, Stefan Savic, Mario Hermoso and Felipe Monteiro; midfielders Marcos Llorente, Saúl Ñíguez, Thomas Partey, Héctor Herrera and Víctor Machín, ‘Vitolo’; and the strikers Alvaro Morata, Angel Correa and Joao Félix, as well as Camello, Oscar Clemente and Rodrigo Riquelme.
Retinablastoma diagnosisThe Linden Mayor and Town Council (LM&TC) has donated $300,000 to the mother of three-year-old Chrystal John, who was diagnosed with Retinablastoma (cancer of the retina of the eye). This is to assist with medical expenses.John, of Amelia’s Ward, Mackenzie, Linden, is presently in Cuba undergoing a lifesaving surgery. However, her family were able to secure only half of the money to cover expenses. Councillors Eleze Benjamin and Rawle on Friday handed over the cheque to John’s mother, LaShawn Daniels, in the presence of outgoing Mayor Carwyn Holland.Young John left Guyana on Tuesday, but her family is still seeking to raise moreCouncillors Eleze Benjamin and Rawle handing over the cheque to John’s mother, LaShawn Danielsfunds to offset expenses, since the initial target was not met. The family had initially sought to secure US$10,000, which included the cost for treatment, accommodation, transportation and other costs. A number of organisations, including the Giving Hope Foundation- Guyana and the Sar & B Nonprofit Foundation, have since been on the quest to assist the family in raising the fee with the help of the public.Crystal John was diagnosed with the life-threatening disease when she was just eight months old, resulting in the removal of one of her eyes. The disease has spread to her other eye, resulting in her being unable to see. In an effort to save her life and prevent further spread of the disease, her remaining eye had to be removed. Donations to help the toddler can be made via Citizen’s Bank Account # 219-002-772 and GBTI Account # 001062730013. A GoFundMe account has also been set up at GoFundMe:https://www.gofundme.com/crystals-johns-treatment.Her parents can be contacted on telephone numbers (592) 690 -0866, (592) 670-4337 or (592) 687-7171.