However, at 29, Torrent’s is aware that today’s work will be tomorrow’s reward. He has experienced it in his own meats. With several fronts open ahead this season, the striker is not carried away and takes advantage of the forced stop to try to go one step further in his preparation, polishing details that escape in the heat of the season. Even in double session. He, better than anyone, knows what it’s like to exercise alone with the goal of becoming stronger. He already did it after his two knee operations, recovering from the cruciate ligament at each joint in 2014 and 2017. A circumstance that has forged Roger a character and a fighting spirit that is reflected on the field of play and in his career.Always trying to excel the striker is two goals away from equaling his best year in the First Division, the 13 of last season and, on the horizon, are Arouna Koné’s 15 goals in 2011-12, the top scorer granota in a course in the elite.With 28 goals, he is six to catch up with José Luis Morales (36) as the top scorer in Granota in First. Also, with one goal Roger will equal Vicente Latorre (51) as the second all-time leading scorer in all categories. José Paredes holds the honor with 68 goals. The current ‘9’ is already in the 21st century.Reasons and motivations are not lacking for the ‘Gunman’ to work piece by piece during the break and return to competition with gunpowder ready to continue beating records in Levante. “Your only limit is you” (your only limit is you), say the message in the personal gym where Roger Martí spends his days of confinement preparing for the return of the competition. To the ‘Gunman’ of Levante, top national scorer along with Gerard Moreno Y Lucas Perez, the coronavirus crisis has arrived at the best moment of his career. A dry braking.
Julia Gillard has advised European leaders to “fast forward” their effort to pull Greece out of its financial crisis, accusing the union’s leaders of “muddling through” efforts to curb the debt crisis. Currently meeting with world leaders at the G20 summit in Cannes, the Prime Minister said she was prepared to increase Australia’s contribution to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to safeguard the well being of the global economy. Ms Gillard supported a deal being put forward by euro zone leaders last week that would put a cap on spending rates in Greece, saying the “plans need to be implemented.” “The G20 can play a role by bolstering political will and increasing IMF resources,” she said. But the opposition leader Tony Abbott is against Australia helping the European economy, challenging Deputy Prime Minister Wayne Swan in parliament, asking: “Why is the government planning to provide money it does not have to prop up the eurozone, which is the world’s largest economy?” Swan then retaliated by calling Abbott xenophobic for not wanting to assist Greece through their dire situation. Greece’s Prime Minister George Papandreou called a referendum on the deal, put forward instead of the tough austerity measures initially planned. In response to the proposed referendum, Gillard urged the IMF yesterday to increase resources ensuring there would be enough funds to deal with future crises. Swan also agrees that Greece should be doing more to overcome the budget crisis and “restore stability and support growth in Europe.” “Greece’s failure to act has done nothing to ease concerns about Europe’s capacity to deal with the sovereign debt crisis,” Swan said in a statement. “Of any country, Greece should be working hardest to make this plan work.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram