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Who will replace injured Yaya Toure? Predicted Man City XI for Real Madrid clash

first_img 11 20. Eliaquim Mangala (centre back) 21. David Silva (left forward) 11 11 11 1. Joe Hart (goalkeeper) – Click the arrow, right, to see the full City predicted XI in squad number order 25. Fernandinho (centre midfield) 11 Manchester City welcome ten-time Champions League winners Real Madrid to the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night in what is one of the biggest games in the club’s history.The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo – who already has 16 goals in this season’s competition – and Gareth Bale will be looking to emulate their 2014 effort when they last lifted the trophy.The clubs have only played twice in their history – back in the 2012/13 season when they were drawn in the same group.City managed a 1-1 draw at home that time around before falling 3-2 after a 90th minute winner from Ronaldo.But if City can keep the Portuguese quiet this time around, they will fancy their chances of picking up a positive result.Yaya Toure is out of the first leg with a thigh injury, but has been given an outside chance of making the return leg at the Bernabeu by manager Manuel Pellegrini.In more positive news for City fans, Vincent Kompany insisted he is 100 per cent fit despite only playing 20 times this season after repeated calf injuries.Click the arrow above, right, to see the predicted City XI to face Los Blancos. 10. Sergio Aguero (centre forward) 11 11. Aleksandar Kolarov (left back) 11 15. Jesus Navas (right wing) 11 17. Kevin De Bruyne (attacking midfield) 11 11 11 6. Fernando (centre midfield) 4. Vincent Kompany (centre back) 5. Pablo Zabaleta (right back) last_img read more

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First crematorium in Greece to be up and running in 2019

first_imgThe construction of Thessaloniki’s first crematorium is well underway at the First Municipal Cemetery in Thermi.On Wednesday during a tour of ongoing municipal initiatives the port city’s mayor, Yiannis Boutaris was optimistic it would be up and running by the first half of 2019.“The process has moved forward quite significantly,” he said.“All that is left is the local zoning plan, which we believe will be finished and approved by the end of the summer.”Since cremations were legalised in Greece in 2006 there has been strong opposition from the Church of Greece.Aside from religious motivations, traditional burials are also a significant source of revenue for the funeral industry, local churches and municipalities.Currently those seeking to cremate their deceased loved ones have been transporting the bodies to Bulgaria with the estimated price tag of €10,000.Once local cremation centres are open and running, the average cost will be around €500 to €600.In addition to the crematorium underway in Thessaloniki, there are also plans to construct similar centres in Athens and Patra. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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