Marc Cucurella He is being one of the great revelations of LaLiga with only 21 years old. Under the role of undisputed holder for Bordalás, the attacker attends AS in full confinement to review current issues: coronavirus, Getafe, selection …Is the wait getting long?Juan Manuel Serrano Arce & nbsp; (Getty Images) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Real Sociedad v Getafe CF – La LigaJuan Manuel Serrano Arce (Getty Images) He prepares all the games great and is a daily motivator. We are happy with it. At an individual level I also look good and with many spaces against it. For most of us, it is our first season in Europe and that makes us look forward to every second.Are you aiming for Euro 2021?I work very hard to be in the next Eurocup. I want to be there. It is always a pride to play for my team and when I have been with the U21 the experience has been great. Winning a World Cup would be the best and that can only be achieved with the national team. I am a great admirer of ‘La Roja’ and I hope I can be part of it.Do you think he was consecrated in First after his match against Madrid?My encounter against Madrid was good, but I didn’t think it would generate as much noise either. Then it is true that I had many congratulations and it was a bit of a chaos to respond to everyone. Although I am delighted. I remember seeing the players in the tunnel and thinking that they were raising the Champions League just now.You draw a lot of attention for the mane …I know! In a certain part it is like a hallmark and that’s why I don’t cut my hair much.Speaking of manes … What about Puyol?I admire him a lot and at his insistence I see similar things with him. He also proved to be a great person in the field.What if they win the Europa League?There, yes! He signed it.By the way, do you stop a lot on the street?Not much, but some fans do. I wear it well and I like all the admiration I receive.What wish do you ask for a return to football?Health first. But I want everything to continue as before. Nobody has given us anything and we must continue working. It is hard to be confined, but we value everything much more. I am enjoying the family and especially the little one. We usually play Plakks and watch the odd movie.How do you do the workouts?It is difficult, especially in the first days. But little by little I have been getting material and above all I train in the morning. We pay great attention to the indications of the club and it is important to follow 100%.Did you expect to have this great season?When I got the proposal from Getafe I didn’t even think about it and the truth is that the experience is being very beautiful. This Getafe wants to make history and, obviously, Bordalás has a lot of merit, I think I am reaching my soccer maturity, but I am young and I have a lot to learn.What does Bordalás bring to the dressing room?
1. The rich zooplankton, fish and squid resources on the Patagonian Shelf sustain substantial populations of largely resident seabirds and marine mammals, These habitats are also visited seasonally by similar species from elsewhere but few data exist on their status and origin. Recent studies, using satellite-tracking to determine foraging ranges and feeding areas of seabirds and am marine mammals breeding at South Georgia, have shown that several species make substantial use of the waters of the Patagonian Shelf. 2. Wandering albatrosses use shelf-edge areas year-round with direct observations of both sexes of almost all age classes, including, breeding, pre-breeding and non-breeding individuals. White-chinned petrels and female Northern and Southern giant petrels mainly visit during incubation and post-breeding, particularly to the Falklands Current (White-chinned petrels) and to upwelling areas around the southern shelf-break from the Burdwood Bank in the cast to Staten Island and Diego Ramirez in the west (giant petrels). Northern giant petrel males during incubation and Antarctic fur seals in winter reach inner shelf habitats in the northern sector. In contrast, South Georgia populations of black-browed and grey-headed albatrosses do not appear to use the Patagonian Shelf at any stage of their breeding cycle. 3. Although the use of the Patagonian Shelf by visiting species is now best documented for South Georgia species, recent observational data confirm that seabirds from Diego Ramirez, Tristan da Cunha and Gough visit the southern and northern sectors, during both breeding and non-breeding seasons respectively. Several Antarctic species (notably Antarctic fulmar and cape petrel) winter in the region as do at least two albatross species from New Zealand; other species (especially Wilson’s storm petrels) use it as a staging ground on migration, as do several species of baleen whales and possibly other cetacean species. 4. Three of the seabird species which breed on the Patagonian Shelf are Globally Threatened; seven of the visiting species (and four baleen whale species) also have this status. The Patagonian Shelf is, therefore, not only of global importance for the diversity and abundance of its resident top predators but is just as critical for the survival of many visiting species, some of which are even more endangered. 5. Combining data from satellite-tracking with conventional mapping from direct observations offers the prospect of defining the foraging ranges (and the main feeding areas within these) of a range of key top predator species. Such data should be used, in conjunction with similar information of the distributions of fish, squid and zooplankton resources and of fishing effort, to identify critical marine habitats whose precautionary, multiple-use sustainable management will be vital to protect the interests of both commercial fishers and top predators.