Offbeat The Unai Emery curse at Camp Nou continues

21:40  28 september  2020
21:40  28 september  2020 Source:   football365.fr

About 9,000 migrants on Greece's Lesbos move into tent camp after fire

  About 9,000 migrants on Greece's Lesbos move into tent camp after fire About 9,000 migrants on Greece's Lesbos move into tent camp after fireThe fire that broke out in Moria on Sept. 9 left over 12,000 people, most of them refugees from Afghanistan, Syria and various African countries, without shelter, proper sanitation or access to food and water. No one was hurt in the blaze.

Unai Emery took a heavy toll with Villarreal at Camp Nou on Sunday night. A destination he hardly appreciates.

Unai Emery (Arsenal, 11/2019) © Supplied by Football 365 Unai Emery (Arsenal, 11/2019) In 13 visits to Camp Nou as coach of the opposing team, Unai Emery has never managed to come away with success, losing to each of his journeys where he challenged Barcelona in Catalonia. Sunday's loss as manager to Villarreal marked his 800th game as a manager, having made his debut for Lorca in 2005 in Segunda B. Emery's last visit to Camp Nou came as he was at the head of PSG. The Parisians arrived with a 4-0 lead in the first leg in this Champions League clash, but lost 6-1 to be finally eliminated after the famous and painful "Remontada" of March 2017. Emery a also lost at Camp Nou as a coach of Spartak Moscow (3-2) and in the Copa del Rey semi-final with Valencia (2-0). He also lost in the Blaugrana enclosure in La Liga with Almeria, Valencia, and Sevilla and of course, 4-0 on Sunday with Villarreal, giving him a goal difference of 10 for and 43 against.

AP PHOTOS: Migrants face more misery in Bosnian crackdown .
VELIKA KLADUSA, Bosnia-Herzegovina (AP) — Remote woods, abandoned run-down buildings and roadsides in northwestern Bosnia are steadily filling with makeshift camps where migrants and refugees from the Mideast, Asia and North Africa are bracing for more misery as autumn’s chill and rains set in. A sense of desperation hangs over the hundreds of men and boys who have been forced to build tents from sticks and black plastic tarps in the forests after local authorities in Bosnia's Krajina region decided last month to start pushing them away from town centers, even kicking them out of U.N-run reception centers there.

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