Rodrygo will be very expensive his expulsion for double yellow in the duel between Real Madrid Castilla and San Sebastián de los Reyes. The sanction imposed on the Brazilian still stands, after what the alternate competition judge has dismissed the appeal that the white team presented so that he could be present in the duel against Barcelona. The appeals have not prospered and the young forward meringue He will not be present on the Bernabéu lawn in the Sunday classic.Rodrygo saw the second yellow after an incident he had with Xabier Irureta, goalkeeper of San Sebastián de los Reyes. The goal was addressed to him with a hostile attitude after he scored the second goal, The Brazilian reacted by celebrating 2-0 in his face. The referee of the clash showed the yellow card for the second time to the player dressed in white, which meant that he left for the booth before the end of the match. The competition decision is synthesized in the maintenance of sanction match for the Brazilian, who cannot play against Barça nor Nor can Raúl count on him for the duel of Castilla in Pontevedra. Further, Real Madrid will have to pay a fine of 45 euros. Something higher is that of Rodrygo, which must be paid 185.A match with David López, Cucurella, Nyom and JordanThe Competition Committee of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) imposed this Wednesday a penalty game for players David López (Espanyol), for double reprimands last day, Marc Cucurella and Allan Nyom (Getafe) and Juan Jordan (Sevilla), these for accumulation of reprimands.In Second Division they will also meet a sanction match, José Mari Martín (Cádiz), expelled by violent attitude the last day, and Gaku Shibasaki (Deportivo) for double warning.The accumulation of admonitions will also miss the next day the players Gerard Valentín (Lugo), Alberto Noguera (Numancia), Cristobal Márquez (Fuenlabrada), Gonzalo Caicedo and Ramón Folch (Elche), Enrique Márquez and Roberto Olabe (Extremadura), Pedro Alcalá (Girona), Adrián González (Málaga), Alejandro Catena (Rayo Vallecano), Cristian Fernández and Damiano Grippo (Oviedo), Javier Galán (Huesca) and Martín Mantovani (UD Las Palmas).
Source = Wyndham Hotel Surfers Paradise Wyndham Surfers Paradise honoured with International Interior Design AwardWyndham Hotel Surfers Paradise has won an international award for best interior design at the Perspective Magazine Awards held in Orlando, Florida this month.The hotel is a mixed-use property offering stylish apartment accommodation to hotel guests, along with timeshare owners in the WordMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham, CLUB WYNDHAM ASIA and RCI Exchange guests.The hotel’s recently refurbished two-bedroom grand suite was recognised for its wow factor at the prestigious awards. The grand suite revamp was part of an overall 1.6 million dollar refurbishment of 64 apartments at Wyndham Surfers Paradise, which took place during 2016.“We are delighted to have received this award,” said Craig Alcock Senior Manager Property Development and Facilities. “We strive to create meaningful spaces that help to create personalised and memorable experiences for our guests.”“The apartments have been designed to have an ambience that reflects the beach – which is just a short walk from Wyndham Surfers Paradise. The new colour palette features sandy tones that are reminiscent of the world-class beach and complementary pops of orange to signify the sun,” he said.The artwork within the apartments features local beachside and famous Gold Coast landmarks in black and white photography from the 1970s.“The Gold Coast has evolved very quickly and the older pictures help to emphasise the rapid growth and reinforce the city’s colourful history as an all-year tourist town.” said Mr Alcock.A Trip Advisor Certificate of excellence winner since it’s opening in 2010, Wyndham Surfers Paradise is one of the city’s most popular hotels enjoying 90 percent occupancy all-year round.Considered to be one of the highest accolades in the global timeshare industry, the Perspective Magazine Awards were held for the 7th year. Winners were determined by a panel of four judges along with online votes from the public where each judge represented 20 percent of the nominee’s overall score and the public vote accounted for the remaining 20 percent.Wyndham staff and departments were recognised across the board at the 2017 Perspective Awards for their innovation and dedication to the industry, also receiving accolades for marketing performance and best online media.Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific President and Managing Director, Barry Robinson said it was an honour for the company to be recognised for making such a significant contribution to the industry.Wyndham Surfers Paradise provides spacious and luxurious accommodation that sets the scene for a perfect beach holiday on the Gold Coast. The hotel offers a selection of Deluxe one or two-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom Grand apartments where guests experience magnificent views of the ocean, river or hinterland. Wyndham Vacation Resorts for more information, visit