Dalian Robert Atkinson already has an heir. His name is Alexander Isak, the ‘new Txipiron’ of the Real. But before continuing, everything must be contextualized. Atkinson an English striker who played for Real Sociedad in the 1990-91 season scoring 12 goals in 30 games, and leaving a very pleasant memory among the Txuri-Urdin fans, for its tremendous quality and its spectacular performances on large stages such as Camp Nou. He came to have an affectionate nickname among the followers of the San Sebastian club, who called him ‘The Txipiron’ because of his skin color. Atkinson was black as a typical Txipiron of the Basque Country, say the followers of the time. The Englishman, who died in strange circumstances in 2016 when he was only 48 years old, took this nickname in San Sebastian with a good mood.He was crowned at the Bernabéu. Since the departure of Atkinson, a Real player has always been waiting for a player who had his personality and was able to win his heart as the English striker did with his electric game, which coincided with another foreign myth in San Sebastian, John Aldridge. A new Txipiron was sought. And they already have it. 29 years later, a player with similar characteristics and with quite a physical resemblance has stolen the heart of the realistic followers to the point of inheriting the nickname of Atkinson and having up to a song that they never tire of chanting in the stands of the fans of the Real. Alexander Isak is the ‘new Txipiron’. If Atkinson was crowned with a memorable and well-remembered performance on a large stage like Camp Nou, Isak did the same in another giant field of our football such as Santiago Bernabéu. The Swedish striker has put all of Gipuzkoa in his pocket with his way of being. He arrived in silence, without making much noise, change of 6.5 million euros to Borussia Dortmund, as a luxury substitute for Willian José. And whenever he left the bench he contributed something, goals or assistance. This was gaining minutes, until the Brazilian’s mess in the winter market opened the doors of ownership. Isak has taken advantage of the occasion by scoring seven goals in the last five games until he reached 13 goals, six in the league and seven in the cup, placing himself as the top scorer of the txuri-urdin team.He only lacked an outstanding performance to take a doctorate, to finish demonstrating that the quality that treasures 190 cm in height. And it came at the time that Real needed it most, in Santiago Bernabéu, with the qualification for the semifinals as a jackpot. The Swede participated in the four goals of Real against Madrid. In the goal of Ødegaard it all started with a shot from him. Then he scored two goals and was able to make a hat-trick but the VAR annulled him a goal for offside. And the fourth gave it to Merino. Huge match that made even his companions sing the song dedicated to him by the stands. Now the clause of 70 million euros that has even seems small. And the 30 that Borussia Dortmund has to replace him before 2021 a dangerous threat. Isak has put everyone in his pocket. It is the ‘new Txipiron’, the nickname that actor Gorka Otxoa has recovered for Real. Said remains. Now learn it by heart.
The 62nd Street school, which is being planned for kindergarten through eighth grade, is under design and the property for that site has been acquired, Ordway-Peck said. No piece of property has been identified for purchase for the intermediate school. Ordway-Peck said the district plans to apply for hardship funding to pay for construction of the schools. The K-8 school, which at a minimum is about two to three years away from being built, was initially estimated to cost $20 million, but the price tag will probably be much higher because of soaring construction costs. According to the latest figures, district enrollment has declined to 22,643 students, which is 360 fewer students than a year ago and 250 fewer students than two years ago, records show. PALMDALE – The Palmdale School District is looking to develop an elementary school site east of 25th Street East and could have to resort to using its eminent-domain powers to acquire the land. The proposed 12-acre site consists of about 46 individual parcels, three of which are owned by the district, and trustees earlier this month approved spending $8,200 to hire a firm to appraise the parcels that need to be acquired. “The district owns the minority of the land,” Deputy Superintendent Lori Ordway-Peck said. “The appraisals will determine the cost. Eminent domain might be a possibility.” The elementary school would be the 27th campus in the 22,600-student district and is one of three being planned. The other two are an intermediate school west of 25th Street East and a school proposed on Palmdale’s east side near 62nd Street East and Avenue S-8. Ordway-Peck said the district is planning for the future with the three schools. A demographic firm hired by the district has concluded that there will be 30,000 more students when the city is fully built out. “We will need six to 10 more schools,” Ordway-Peck said. “When we need them is a product of when growth starts to come back. It takes from planning to opening doors seven to 10 years to get a school going. This is just good planning and planning for the future.” “For us to acquire the empty land now, even though it’s early,” she added, “is easier than trying to acquire land that’s occupied later.” email@example.com (661) 267-5744160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!