Advocaat took control of the Feyenoord in the midst of the club’s crisis, after the dismissal of Jaap Stam due to poor results, but under his tutelage the team has recovered and is, with 50 points, six from the lead, shared by Ajax and AZ Alkmaar. His coaching career began in 1987 and He has led teams such as PSV Eindhoven, Turkish Fenerbahce, Scottish Rangers, Rotterdam Sparta and Zenit Saint Petersburg., with which he won the UEFA Cup in 2008. Last season he coached Utrecht, which finished sixth in the Dutch Eredivisie. He has also been the coach of Russia, South Korea, Belgium, Serbia and in three stages of the Netherlands, the most recent between May and November 2017. The Feyenoord announced this Tuesday the renewal of its coach Dick Advocaat until the summer of 2021, after his arrival last October catapulted the team from twelfth to third place in the Eredivisie and classified him for the final of the Dutch Cup.“In these last weeks of madness I have continued to feel the passion for training and the desire I have to continue“The 72-year-old coach said in a statement from the Roterdam club.”I want to continue and the club too, so we keep going despite the uncertainties that exist at the moment“Advocaat added, referring to the paralysis of soccer due to the coronavirus.Feyenoord technical director Frank Arnesen congratulated himself on the coach’s renewal and said “it is great that he continues” at the club “one more season.” “We were having a great time under Dick’s direction. Unfortunately the measures against the coronavirus interrupted the season and it is not clear when we will be able to play again, but we must be prepared for when the time comes, “said Arnesen.
The largest beauty retailer in the country has come to Wenatchee. ULTA Beauty opened the doors at the Valley North Shopping Center location Friday morning. General Manager Lynn Giraud was beaming when asked about the crowd of customers that lined up for the doors to open. She said company officials noticed Wenatchee area customers had been traveling hours to shop at ULTA stores in Kennewick, Richland and the Seattle area “but they don’t have to do that now and can shop in their own home town” Giraud said.In addition to beauty products, the store also includes a full-service salon and makeup consultants. Giraud said the staff of 55 was on hand for a three day Grand Opening kickoff continues through the weekend with prizes for the first 100 guests on Saturday and Sunday. Lynn Giraud is General Manager of the ULTA Beauty in Wenatchee