Sport Mead, Oberdorf and Putellas named for the UEFA player trophy of the year

22:40  17 august  2022
22:40  17 august  2022 Source:   sofoot.com

United States. "It's beyond drought": the Mead and Powell lakes mute in "dead basins"

 United States. © Patrick T. Fallon / AFP A "Bathtub", a white strip of mineral deposits showing levels Previous water, is illuminated at sunset in the national leisure area of ​​Lake Mead in Boulder City, Nevada, June 28, 2022. The water levels of the two largest artificial lakes in the United States, the lake Mead and Lake Powell are so low that they cause water and electricity shortages in the west of the country.

Alexia Putellas et Lena Oberdorf © supplied by Sofoot Alexia Putellas and Lena Oberdorf

perhaps the only individual title which will escape France this year.

UEFA revealed this Wednesday the three finalists of the player trophy of the year. Are thus retained Bethany Mead, Lena Oberdorf and Alexia Putellas: the first won the euro with England, the second - finalist of this same European Cup with Germany - has won the German championship under the colors From Wolfsburg, and the last - Ballon d'Or 2021 - was crowned Spanish champion with FC Barcelona, ​​which won all its domestic meetings.

The Nominees for the 2021/22 UEFA ?????? ?????? ?? ??? ???? are...???????? Beth Mead ?? LENA OBERDORF ?? Alexia Putellas who Impressed You The Most? ? #UefaaWards Winners Annoudd at the #UCLDRAW ON 25 August?

-UEFA Women's Euro 2022 (@WEURO2022) August 17, 2022 in the Champions League, the arsenal of Mead was eliminated in the quarterfinals by the Wolfsburg of Oberdorf, itself eliminated in half by FC Barcelona From Alexia Putellas, himself beaten by Olympique Lyonnais in the final ... who does not present any named player.

Verdict on August 25 in Istanbul, on the sidelines of the draw of the Champions League.

Human remains found in receding Lake Mead identified as man who reportedly drowned two decades ago, officials say .
Human remains found at Lake Mead more than three months ago have been identified as Thomas Erndt, who is believed to have died by drowning two decades ago, authorities in Nevada said Wednesday. Erndt’s remains, found in the lake’s Callville Bay area on May 7, were identified through investigative information, DNA analysis and reports of the original incident, according to a news release from the Clark County Office of Communications & Strategy. The 42-year-old from Las Vegas reportedly drowned August 2, 2002, authorities said, though the official cause and manner of death were undetermined Wednesday.

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