While the coronavirus continues to take lives in the Wuhan area, where it came from, the health alert is forcing to suspend virtually all competitions that should be held in the short and medium term in China. The Super League has been postponed, and Asian Champions League games that have such a country as headquarters are not played for now. And, in regards to Espanyol, What will happen to Wu Lei if he is cited in the next call of his selection? One of those affected will be with total probability Wu Lei, since he has participated and as a starter in the previous four qualifying matches, in which he scored three goals (in fact, he only remained unmarked against the Philippines) and gave one assist. Some meetings with which the attacker of Espanyol reaches a special event: Just this Friday marks a decade since he debuted in the Chinese national team on February 14, 2010. He did it in Hong Kong, in the East Asian championship.Since then, Wu Lei has played 67 matches with China, in which he has scored 18 goals and distributed five assists. The franchise player of the Asian giant has a great challenge to meet: qualify for the World Cup. The measure is not for the official moment, but it does have a chance to prosper. Even to be confirmed next week. About the calendar, China had to play at home the fifth day of the qualifying phase for the 2022 World Cup, against Maldives, specifically on March 26. The CFA (Chinese Football Federation) is in talks with the authorities of Thailand to be where the match is disputed, it is always clear that before you have not sent the alert for the coronavirus. The contacts are moving in a good direction although, according to the portal ‘Live Sport Asia’, the Thai Ministry of Health would have demanded that the Chinese federation send them blood samples from all players before they embark on their journey to meet Maldives.
Mantra Hotels launches biggest ever global saleMantra Hotels launches biggest ever global sale!Mantra Hotels is set to launch its biggest ever Global Sale with massive savings on more than 130 Mantra, Peppers, BreakFree and Art Series Hotels, booked between 13 – 21 February 2018.With rates starting from $99* per room per night at selected properties, there are deals perfect for couples, families or groups of friends available at hotels across Australia, New Zealand, Bali and Hawaii.Here is a sneak peek at some of the deals on offer during the sale, featuring a selection of beach getaways, city breaks or country escapes.To book any of the below or to check out the other fantastic offers available, visit www.mantrahotels.com or call our 24-hour Reservations Centre on 1300 987 603. Don’t delay – the deals are on sale for the next nine days or until sold out!QueenslandPort Douglas: Discover the magic of Port Douglas with a stay at the popular Mantra PortSea. Offering spacious accommodation, a swim-up pool bar and a range of leisure families, the resort is perfect for couples and families alike. Stay from $99* per night in a Hotel Room including 2-for-1 continental breakfast (minimum two night stay – total cost $198*). Valid for travel until 22 June, 2018.Sunshine Coast: Mantra Mooloolaba Beach, One Bedroom Apartments start from $149* per night (Sunday to Thursday) (minimum two night stay – total cost $298*). Valid for travel until 21 September, 2018.Gold Coast: Enjoy the sun, surf and sand of the Gold Coast by staying at Mantra Legends Hotel in the heart of Surfers Paradise. Stay in a Hotel Deluxe Twin Room from $109* per night (Sunday to Thursday) (minimum two night stay – total cost $218*). This deal includes a two-for-one seafood buffet dinner voucher (valid at the hotel’s Fables Restaurant) and a 20% off beverage voucher. Valid for travel until 27 September, 2018.Brisbane: The Johnson from $149* per night in a Studio Suite including plated breakfast for two and WiFi. Valid for travel until 7 May, 2018.New South WalesKingscliff: Cool off and kick back in the sensational nearby surf and facilities of Mantra on Salt Beach. This is Kingscliff accommodation at its very best. Stay in a Hotel Room from $119* per night (Sunday to Thursday) (minimum two night stay – total cost $238*). This deal includes 2 for 1 buffet breakfast and a 25% off Season restaurant dining voucher, Wi-Fi and parking. Valid for travel until 27 September, 2018.Sydney: The new Mantra Hotel at Sydney Airport offers travellers contemporary and stylish accommodation within a short stroll of their Sydney Airport domestic departure gate. Stay in a Studio King Room from $149* per night (Friday to Sunday) including 1GB of Wi-Fi daily and a 12pm late check-out. Valid for travel from 1 April, 2018 until 27 September, 2018.Australian Capital TerritoryCanberra: Mantra MacArthur Hotel was the only hotel to have opened in Canberra in 2017 and is modern, contemporary accommodation centrally located in the heart of the city. Stay in a Studio Room from $119* per night (Thursday to Monday). Valid for travel until 14 September, 2018.VictoriaMelbourne: Enjoy a city escape at Mantra on Jolimont located in the heart of Melbourne’s sport and entertainment precinct. Stay in a 1 Bedroom Apartment from $109* per night (Sunday to Thursday). Valid for travel from until 30 September, 2018.Melbourne: The Blackman from $170* per night in a Studio Suite Balcony. Valid for travel from 26 March, 2018 until 30 September, 2018.TasmaniaTamar Valley: Enjoy the seaside views of Tamar Valley at Peppers York Cove and experience one of Tasmania’s most sought after tourist destinations. Deluxe Hotel Rooms start from $149* per night. This offer includes a welcome bottle of house wine and a midday checkout. Valid for travel from until 30 September, 2018.South AustraliaAdelaide: Located in Adelaide’s thriving West End, the heart of the city’s thriving arts, dining and entertainment precincts, BreakFree Adelaide has Studio Rooms from $99* per night including Wi-Fi and a 12pm late check-out. Valid for travel from 23 March, 2018 until 31 May, 2018Adelaide: The Watson from $139* per night in a 1 Bedroom Balcony Suite including Wi-Fi, late check-out and parking. Valid for travel until 30 September, 2018.Western AustraliaPerth: Mantra on Hay provides a comfortable experience and a perfect retreat when exploring the Perth CBD. Stay in a spacious One Bedroom Apartment from $119* per night. Valid for travel until from 30 March, 2018 until 30 September, 2018.Nothern TerritoryDarwin: Mantra Pandanas is just minutes from the Smith Street Mall and offers fantastic views over Darwin Harbour and the city. Stay in a Hotel Room City View from $109* per night (Thursday to Monday). Valid for travel until 30 April, 2018.New ZealandChristchurch: Slow down after a busy day and enjoy all that BreakFree on Cashel has to offer, centrally located within the Christchurch culture hub. Stay in a City Urban Double Room from NZ$99* per night, including WiFi. Valid for travel from 1 May, 2018 until 31 August, 2018.HawaiiHonolulu: Ala Moana Hotel by Mantra is the perfect location to relax alongside Ala Moana Beach Park and shop-till-you-drop at the neighbouring Ala Moana Shopping Centre, the world’s largest open-air shopping mall. Stay in a City Mountain View Room, Kona Tower from US$149* per night (minimum two night stay – total cost US$298*). Valid for travel until 30 September, 2018.*Conditions apply, subject to availability. Valid for sale from 13 February, 2018 to 21 February, 2018. Block-out dates may apply. From rates advertised only available at selected properties.About Mantra GroupMantra Group is the leading Australian-based hotel and resort operator. Mantra Group’s portfolio consists of 136 properties with more than 23,000 rooms in properties under management, across Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and Hawaii. Operating four well-known and trusted brands – Art Series, Peppers, Mantra and BreakFree – Mantra Group operates the second largest network of accommodation properties in Australia (by room number). The Group is positioned to offer both leisure and business style accommodation ranging from full-service city hotels and self-contained apartments to luxury resorts and retreats. The Group successfully listed on the ASX in June 2014 and in its first year as a public company was elevated to the ASX 200: www.mantragroup.com.au; www.mantrahotels.com; www.artserieshotels.com.au; www.peppers.com.au; www.mantra.com.au; www.breakfree.com.auSource = Mantra Group