Rapids Coach Pablo Mastroeni Comes To Terms With Earlier Struggles – The Denver Post

I don’t think he was having suicidal thoughts like he was really going to do anything, but he had just had enough of it that he was thinking it would be easier on me, on the kids. “He was not himself. He felt like a monster.” Understanding the impact Mastroeni underwent therapy to help him cope, and through that therapy he came to understand the impact his brother’s death had on his subconscious. Always a man to keep journals, he wrote: “If I can overcome this challenge, this will be the most important year of my life.” He did overcome, returning to the team in 2013, but he played sparingly and was traded to Los Angeles that summer. He retired in the offseason at age 37, and after Rapids coach Oscar Pareja left to take the job in Dallas, Mastroeni was chosen to succeed him even though he had no coaching experience. “It’s been amazing to see his growth in a short period of time,” Rapids technical director Paul Bravo said of Mastroeni.
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Bulgarian Leader Rues Confidence Crisis After Bank Runs – Bloomberg

The yield on Bulgarias Eurobond due 2017 fell one basis point today to 1.636 percent, the lowest level since the central banks decision to bail out Corporate Commercial Bank, data compiled by Bloomberg show. Fully Contained Bulgarias bank run is fully contained, Oresharski said in a separate interview in his office in Sofia today. The government has ensured liquidity buffers to help the central bank support stability of the banking system. The Finance Ministry sold 1.23 billion lev in five-month notes at an extraordinary auction on June 30 to finance the bank support. None of the banks have tapped into the available credit line for now, Oresharski said. Bulgarian banks went through a kind of a real-life stress test and showed they have enough liquidity, Oresharski said. Oresharski said theres no need to revise this years budget. With coming early elections, an interim cabinet and a dissolved parliament Bulgarias budget may come under pressure with revenues underperforming and a possible increase in spending, he said.
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Teens headed to Israel are packing street smarts but few fears – The Washington Post

In the last couple days, my parents have been telling me to be more cautious, said Cohen, describing his family and friends as devastated over the abduction and killing of three Israeli teenagers whose plight riveted and alarmed many in the Jewish community. Theyre a bit scared, he said of his parents, who live in Silver Spring. But theyre also proud. Tensions sparked by last months kidnapping of three teenagers hitchhiking home in the West Bank are escalating just as many Jewish teenagers from Washington and elsewhere in the United States are preparing to go to Israel for a gap year after high school. In interviews with parents, students, school officials and rabbis, nobody said they were reconsidering their plans amid the daily clashes between Israelis and Palestinians. Nor had they heard of anyone who was in any way balking after an incident that struck the teenagers at the end of a school day, circumstances so commonplace they could easily imagine their own sons in their stead. The determination to carry on reflects the deep affinity many American Jews feel with Israel, particularly when it is under attack. Theirs is an American example of a commonly held belief among Israelis: that they will not let their lives be dictated by the fear fostered by violent militants.
Source: Teens headed to Israel are packing street smarts but few fears – The Washington Post


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