Bundesliga: The 10 youngest players 6. Giovanni Reyna - 17 years, 66 days The American playmaker was four days older than Tanko when he made his debut in Dortmund yellow and black last season. Reyna made his debut as a substitute in January in a game against Augsburg. He follows in the footsteps of his father who played in the Bundesliga for Bayer Leverkusen and Wolfsburg. Dad Claudio was sporting director at his first club, New York City. … [Read more...] about German Cup final: Now or never for Bayer Leverkusen
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Nachem Gross, 72, (bottom right) faces charges of aggravated battery of an elderly person after surveillance footage showed him shoving Gerald Steiglitz, 86, (top right) out of an elevator in the Portofino Tower condominium. Gross is seen is seen holding up two fingers in what appears to be a gesture about social distancing rules allowing only two people in the space at a time … [Read more...] about Man, 72, arrested for pushing 86-year-old out of an elevator in their Miami Beach complex saying he did it to protect him and his wife against COVID-19
From there, lockdown accelerated our relationship because it felt both so natural and so wrong. He wanted to do extremely normal things that were nonetheless completely verboten — such as cook a meal for me in his home. Such sweetness meant I trusted him enough to sleep with him quicker than I’ve learned is wise, only two weeks after meeting him. … [Read more...] about I chose to ‘bubble’ with my new lover, NOT my parents…even though I’ve only known him six weeks!
We spoke about nature and the universe, and we were both gracious about our different opinions — it shows you can debate without ranting as so many do online nowadays. Not that I would ever rant, because I have respect for Rachel. There is always a way to talk things through calmly. … [Read more...] about Who’ll find love on our virtual date? This week it’s Rachel, 45, and John, 56, but will romance be on the cards?
"Germany is also subject to hygiene rules," the Bumbullises said. "It makes no difference — except here the sun shines." At the airport they had to line up in front of a thermal imaging camera to prove that they did not have an elevated temperature. They had to provide their personal information. And during their holidays, they receive a daily phone call from the Balearic health authority to check that they are doing OK. If there are signs of a coronavirus infection, the person is tested and isolated if the result is positive. … [Read more...] about Germans test coronavirus pandemic travel rules on Mallorca