Former Rangers Gaffer Steven Gerrard is one of the celebrities whose homes are in danger after a wildfire engulfed Portugal and threatened Gars’ star training camp.
The Ibrox men returned to Glasgow this week after a training session at Quintas de Lago, but Bournemouth, who were recently relegated to the Premier League, are still training there.
While it is not clear whether the fire affected their program, Portugal declared a shock as 3,000 firefighters continued to deal with 50 fires on the mainland.
And this will make Aston Villa boss keep an eye on Gerard, the former Gears boss who owns the resort.
Former British colleague John Terry and Decklan Donnelly own property in the Algarev area, which is about to close down a forest fire.
Chelsea’s former owner Roman Abramovich has been hit by a fire that engulfed the ንታ 8.5million Pad Algarov at the unique Kunta do Lago resort.
Some 70 people have been asked to evacuate their homes due to fears of flames and smoke in the area of Pinhayiros Altos, part of the popular Kunta Do Lago resort.
About 250 firefighters are battling the blaze on the ground and in the air, like a tropical storm in Portugal.
Other resorts at the resort are Declan Donnelly and Elton John.
A.D. In June 2017, a forest fire in Pedrogao Grande, central Portugal, killed 64 people and injured more than 250.
It is widely read in the Scottish sun.
Fires also broke out in Spain, France, Turkey, and Greece.
More than 2,700 hectares have been burned in the Gironde region of France.
The largest of the two fires was around the town of Landras, south of Bordeaux, where roads were closed and 500 residents were displaced.
The second ate up 700 hectares of old pine trees in Pilate’s Dune – Europe’s tallest sand dune.
Nearly 6,000 camps were evacuated overnight.
“I’ve been working here since 1988 and I’ve never seen anything,” said Coriin Harddoin, who manages the Flots Bleus camp site next to Pilates Dun.
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