Robert Stuart Baynes

Lieutenant-General Robert Stuart Baynes was a British Army officer. Baynes was the son of the diplomat Sir Edward Stuart Baynes, KCMG, he entered the army as ensign in 1843, was promoted to lieutenant in 1846, to captain in 1853. He first saw active service in the Crimea as a captain of the Mounted Staff Corps, took part in the siege of Sevastopol, served as a military magistrate. For these services he was mentioned in despatches, received the Crimea Medal with clasp for Sevastopol, the fifth class of the Order of Medjidie, a brevet promotion to major. After promotion to the substantive rank of major in 1856, he went to British India, where he took part in suppressing the Indian Rebellion of 1857. With a force consisting of two horse artillery guns, 150 men of the 8th Regiment, a detachment of Punjab cavalry, he surprised the garrison and took the fort of Phillur, on the Sutlej. With the 8th he served at the Siege of Delhi, when during an assault he was dangerously wounded; as a result, he had to amputate his leg.

For he service, he received the brevet rank of lieutenant-colonel. He became colonel in 1865, major-general in 1870, lieutenant-general in 1881, when he retired from the army. In retirement, he was colonel of the Royal Munster Fusiliers from 1895 to 1899, of his old regiment the King's Liverpool Regiment from 1899 until his death, he died at Norton Leeds, Haywards Heath on 7 October 1902

Facundo GutiƩrrez

Kevin Facundo Gutiérrez is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Godoy Cruz, on loan from Racing Club. Gutiérrez joined Racing Club's youth academy in 2004. Thirteen years he made his professional debut with Racing Club in December 2017, having been moved into the first-team early in the month, his debut arrived on 2 December in a 2–2 draw with Newell's Old Boys. Gutiérrez was loaned to Gimnasia y Esgrima in August 2018. After just one appearance, which came in the Copa Argentina final defeat to Rosario Central, he terminated his loan with the club on 22 January 2019, subsequently leaving Racing Club on loan again days to Godoy Cruz. In September 2019, Gutiérrez received a call-up to Fernando Batista's Argentina U23s for a friendly with Bolivia; as of 28 January 2019. Facundo Gutiérrez at Soccerway