Indianapolis, In. — Gov. Eric Holcomb signed legislation into law sponsored by Republican state representative from Greensburg Randy Frye that will require the Bureau of Motor Vehicles to issue permanent parking placards for Hoosier veterans with disabilities.Under this law, Hoosier veterans with disabilities will also be able to use this removable placard in vehicles other than their own. If veterans in Indiana qualify for the disabled veteran license plate, the BMV will issue a permanent parking placard upon request.“This is a simple benefit we wanted to provide to our Hoosier veterans with disabilities,” Frye said. “This will remove the need for veterans to frequently renew disabled parking permits and replaces it with an easily obtained lifetime placard veterans can carry and use from vehicle to vehicle.”
Guardiola’s side gave up a two goal lead in that game and they know that even a single slip-up against Liverpool will make their task of progressing to the semifinals almost impossible.“Of course to go through you have to make the perfect game, create chances, be clinical, concede few chances, all the conditions have to be perfect,” said the Spaniard.“The result is tough but we have 90 minutes and in football anything can happen. What we are going to do is try. We have to score the first one, then make the second one. We’ll see the momentum, try to keep it longer and then we’ll see,” he added.City conceded their six goals in the past two games during a pair of intense short spells and Guardiola said they have to be ready to deal with adversity.“If we concede, don’t give up – it’s more than 90 minutes. We have very often created a lot of chances in short period of time and we have to be clinical. And if we are not clinical then move on to the next one,” he said.City was eliminated last season in the last 16 by Monaco and it would be a disappointment for them to fail to make the last four after such a dominant season domestically.But the former Barcelona manager believes that his side is growing and will soon be among the real elite of European football.“We need titles in Europe – it’s complicated but you need nights that make you understand it,” he said.“Beating Barca (last season) was so special because we know they’re the best team in the world but it will happen sooner or later.“With what this club has done in the last 10 years in terms of creating facilities and making it bigger it will happen. (To compete with) the big clubs you need time but hopefully we can do it. Maybe next year but soon it will happen.”TONIGHT (7.45pm)Roma Vs BarcelonaMan City Vs LiverpoolTOMORROWBayern Vs SevillaReal Madrid Vs JuventusShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUEManchester City must overturn a 3-0 deficit against Liverpool in the second leg of their Champions League quarterfinal tie tonight and Manager Pep Guardiola insists that will require “the perfect game” from his players.City goes into the match on the back of a 3-2 defeat in the Premier League to rivals Manchester United on Saturday when a win would have secured the title.