Enrique Setién Solar (Santander, 09-27-1958) is 61 years old the opportunity of his life. His way of watching football is Very tasteful of Can BarçaSetien was without a team since his tumultuous departure last summer of Betis. In a hard statement the coach recalled in his goodbye the club verdiblanco “disrespect, insults and contempt received” by the fans of Betis, which in the end ended up tired of the peculiar idiosyncrasy of the coach after a hopeful start. From hero to villain. In part, this has always been Setien’s fate wherever it has passed.Very tasteful to deliver the ball to the player to enjoy, as he said in an interview in The Coaches’ Voice; to bet on the precious, brave game; with image of dialogue and calm manager of costumes .. and egos. Features to take into account in the local costumes of the Camp Nou. Admirer of Johan Cruyff and Luis Aragonés. His marked personality combines very well with his second, Eder Sarabia. His duel with Jesus GilTheir relationship with the highest instances have never been the most suitable. Being a player of Athletic (1985-1988) were more than commented his disagreements with President Jesús Gil y Gil, with innumerable tone outputs on both sides that reproached each other continuously. “ANDI am disappointed with what happens in this club, with the president … “. He was an athletic hero but he finished villain. “When I played I already had a permanent conflict with the coaches, they did not interpret the game as I wanted, “Setien said years after his time as a player. “It’s a luxury to have agreed with Messi” Quique Setién His career on the benches did not have his chance in Primera until the campaign 2015-2016, when he was commissioned to lead Las Palmas. Before he enjoyed his best stage on the bench Lugo (2009-2015), a team that took in Second B and managed to ascend to Second although his goodbye of the Galician team was marked by a clash with the Lucense president, Tino Saqués. He then became a fashion technician for his soccer taste, his calm analysis in the press room and for his good words always for the rival. Although in recent times you will be remembered for your darts to Simeone or to Bordalás: “I told Cholo that I don’t like how his team plays. There are teams that I have seen that they have rushed a 1-0 until the end without leaving back there and in the end they have conceded the goal of the tie. I prefer to play differently“. 100% philosophy Setién. That has always been characterized by saying what he thinks and not hiding. His first experience as a coach, already late with 43 years, he had in the Racing of Santander in 2001 for the one who played in two different stages after his career in Atlético de Madrid and the Logroñés. He hung his boots in 1997 in the ranks of the Levant. After getting the promotion of Racing First did not continue in El Sardinero. He had short experiences in the Ejido Sports Center, Logroñéseven the selection of Equatorial Guinea. He was in the pools to be a national coach after the World Cup in Russia, but had a contract in Heliopolis. Has directed 144 matches in First with Las Palmas and Betis and their balance is: 53 wins, 29 draws and 62 losses. He is the last coach who has managed to win at the Camp Nou: Betis 3-4 on November 11, 2018.CARLOS DIAZ RECIO & nbsp; (DAILY AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Setién and Messi.CARLOS DIAZ RECIO (DAILY AS) “It’s a luxury to have agreed with Messi”, he threw Setién flowers on which he will now be his player, after an Argentine hat-trick at Villamarín (1-4). In what have been countless praise uttered: “Barça’s second goal is cartoon”, “I’ve seen players do wonderful things but not with the balance and continuity of Messi, for 12-14 years active. I don’t know if Pele, but nobody has achieved that. “A good cover letter for the culé fan.As if that were not enough … and more in the Camp Nou, his last directed match ended in Betis victory in the Bernabeu against Real Madrid de Zidane (0-2). In Barcelona everything counts.
Robert Moreno, Spanish coach of Monaco, He said this Wednesday that his time as coach, in which he classified Spain for the Eurocup, served him, above the controversial final that he had, to demonstrate to himself that he was “ready to lead any team.”Moreno made no secret that he had a bad time when Luis Enrique’s return was made official. “As soon as I left the team, the initial impact was strong due to the situation I had to live in. Those days I tried to isolate myself with my family. I did not hear anything, nor did I read the press for all the things that were published. All the lies that they were saying about me “, he stated in ‘The Coaches Voice’.Robert, however, drew positive conclusions from his time in the national team: “It served to demonstrate to myself that I was ready to coach any team because if you coach the Spanish team, you can coach any team. There are the best players “From the moment he took office and was first coach for the first time in his career, he felt “the responsibility of being the one who makes the last decisions” and “the person who leads a human group.”“Above all, I have to thank the players for their behavior. They made everything very easy. They already knew all the ‘staff’ and knew what to expect. We talked about it clearly in the first talk. The way of working that we had always had was very consensual. And so it would continue. Ideas belong to everyone. Everything is talked about, “he said.The changesIt was the moment in which he introduced news regarding the work of Luis Enrique, who detailed: “From that moment, yes it happened to be me. I tried to develop new ideas, for example making the line of three with interiors, keeping a structure a little more fixed, a different occupation of spaces. But following the great lines that we had until that moment “. The biggest changes in his life were accused by Robert Moreno “outside the dressing room”, where reveals that the Federation asked him to make himself known. “Life changes you a lot when you become a coach. When I assumed the position, one of the first things I complained about was not appearing in the media, out of respect for the whole situation that had been lived up to that moment, but the Federation asked to do it, “he said.“You are a coach. We need people to know you. They asked me to do so and I did so. The entire media part, which for me until then was non-existent, came to play an important role. Somehow, I had to introduce myself to people and I began to live with all that. People recognize you on the street, you have to make decisions that you were not used to making, you appear in the media to give interviews. I tried to manage it as naturally as always, “he stressed.The most positive part of his adventure as coach, he assured, was to make his “passion” come true “and start his career as head coach in a unique position:” It was a wonderful thing that I tried to enjoy to the fullest. It is a position charged with responsibility, for all that involved having to qualify the selection for the European Championship. ““In the end we were able to develop it very successfully. The results and the game are there. I am very proud. Many times we take it for granted that qualifying for a great championship is easy, but football is increasingly difficult. Rodrigo’s goal in the last minute, which already involved qualifying, was an explosion of enormous joy for all the responsibility they had given me, but also before those who had doubted me and my preparation, “he said.
Let me first express gratitude to the Speaker who designated the Deputy Speaker; to the Deputy Speaker who agreed to come because Thursday is their plenary day. Today they are all in a meeting. Tuesdays andThursdays are not a good time for them because they are busy doing their legislative work.Many may recall the report for the Vision 2030 and the consultative process that took place. During those rigorous consultations – I see Dr. [Togba Nah] Tipoteh is here; he’s one of those that headed the group that went around the country, gathering the views of Liberians as to what we need to do to unify people, to have a sense of national identity, to feel that we all have shared values, we all have one destiny, one people – some of the things identified as not promoting that spirit of unity were some of our National Symbols – the Flag, the Anthem, Awards, among others.All of those things, people expressed concern and said we need to look at them and what they mean in terms of coming together as one nation, one people for the future. That’s what this process is all about.However, the consultation process has not taken place. Even among the leadership, among the three branches of government, there still needs to be more consultation for them to agree with the process, for them to be a part of the process, for them to also guide and lead the process. Some consultation has been done, but not sufficient.So, I want for you to consider this as the preliminary launch of this project to enable the team, and the Governance Commission, to go and do what is necessary so that when we have another meeting we can have everybody onboard – feeling that what we’re trying to do is something that we all will commit to and we all will be a part of.It’s come a long way, they’ve done a lot of research and analysis and papers. But at the end of the day, this is serious business. It has political implications; it has financial implications; and all of those must be taken into account.Liberians like pomp and pageantry and symbolism. I don’t think, Madam Mayor, we needed all these fancy things with balloons here today. I don’t think we needed a fancy program. This is something that requires getting a large group of people together to be able to start the thinking of this and them going around the country – like Dr. [Elwood] Dunn said; like the Deputy Speaker [Hans Barchue] said – in all the nooks and crannies so that everybody can have a say, and when we finally determine what will be our future symbols, it’s something that everybody will stand up and say: Yes, this is what we want. This is what we like. This is what will bring the Liberian people together.So I urge you to take a common approach, a simple but effective consultative approach on this. We will work with you so you can start that process and get it right; so that we can make sure that tomorrow, if our flag will have one palm tree inside it, because of all the reasons the Deputy Speaker said, everybody will see that palm tree and say we want that palm tree because we can get the red oil, because we can use palm kernel, crack it and get oil, and we can use the branches to sweep the floor or cover our heads when we want to demonstrate, whatever; but then we all will agree that this is the way we want to go.So let me thank you for coming, urge the Governance Commission to start the process of consultation, and to have another meeting.We will consider it launched because we need to get started; we need to get the consultation going; we need to start doing the papers; we need to start preparing the agenda and what not.So we consider it launched, but I will urge them to now go one step further to get a bigger group to see this, so the next time we come back to the City Hall, I will see all these chairs filled with people who now agree that we need to start that process, to think about these symbols so that we can see a future that we all belong to, that we all can identify with.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Some three months after reducing the prices for fuel across the country, consumers who purchase kerosene oil began paying extra on the price for the crude oil product, as the Guyana Oil Company (Guyoil) announced an increase on the commodity.The company announced on Thursday that beginning Friday, consumers across the country would be required to pay an extra $5 for kerosene at service stations.The oil company said the adjustment will see the price being moved from $90 per litre to $95 per litre at service stations in Georgetown, from $91 to $96 per litre in Berbice and $92 per litre to $97 per litre in Essequibo.The company said despite its efforts to keep the price for the “important commodity as affordable as possible”, the adjustment had become necessary due to an increase in acquisition cost at source.It said however, that despite the minor adjustment, the price for kerosene is by far much lower than the competition across the Caribbean Region.In February, the company had announced that the prices of several categories of fuel, including kerosene, were reduced.The announcement was made official by Finance Minister Winston Jordan in the National Assembly.
…no word from airline since last ThursdayPassengers travelling on Fly Jamaica flights out of Guyana to Toronto, Canada have been left stranded with no word from the airlines since last Thursday.Guyana Times has been told that the last time hundreds of passengers heard from the airline officials has been last Thursday, when agents contacted them to informed them not to travel to the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, since their flight had been cancelled.Speaking with Guyana Times, one frustrated passenger, Fazil Mirza, said he has, on numerous occasions, attempted to reach someone from the airline for an update on the situation, but to no avail. He said he is at his wits’ end, since he has been stranded in Guyana.“If someone had informed us as to what is happening, we at least would know what is happening; but no one from the airlines is saying anything to us,” Mirza told this publication.He added that his son has to return to school on Monday, and his business has been closed as a result of this delay.“It is ridiculous that these people are hiding from us. No one is answering the office phone, and the cellular number provided has been turned off. My business (has been) closed for a number of days now. I have since contacted an attorney to examine my legal options,” Mirza said, adding that this is the third time this is happening to him with this particular airline.He explained that he has been trying to get an alternative flight, but the other airline is fully booked.Another passenger said she was scheduled to return to work since Saturday, but because of the delay, she has had to call her supervisor and inform him of the situation.“If it was because of the blizzard we would have understood the situation, but it’s (been) since Thursday (that) we are stranded, so it cannot be that. It is disheartening to know that we paid our money and this is how we are being treated,” the woman said.Guyana Times has been told that passengers travelling from Toronto to Guyana have also been stranded at the Pearson International Airport.This is not the first time that Fly Jamaica has experienced major delays. In December, 2017, a few days before Christmas, frustrated passengers had complained that flights between Georgetown and New York were cancelled before of technical problems the airline was experiencing. In that instance, passengers had taken to social media and bashed the airline for keeping them in the dark.In July last year, passengers of the same airline had vented their frustrations, again on social media, as a result of the poor communication from airline employees.
Southampton striker Pablo Osvaldo has revealed he has no plans to return to the club.The Italy international is currently on loan at Serie A side Inter Milan after falling out of favour at St. Mary’s.Since joining Inter in the summer, Osvaldo has hit four goals in five league games – one more than he managed in 13 Premier League appearances for Southampton.And, although Osvaldo may only be on loan, the 28-year-old has admitted he is fully focused on Inter and that he’d like to stay there.“The club is important and there is also an important project,” Osvaldo told Sky Italia.“My wish is to remain here. I’d like to stay in the same team for more than two years.” 1 Pablo Osvaldo
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGame Center: Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, 10 a.m.“Some people have plotted out their day – there’s certain shots that you can only get at sunrise and sunset,” said Nancy Hunt-Coffey, director of the city’s libraries. “So some people seem to be really getting into it, which is exciting.” Drayman, who owns a photo studio, ended up being elected to the council. Manoukian, an accountant, lost his re-election bid after two terms on the council but continues to be involved in the photo project. “Who would have thought a two-term incumbent born in Beirut, Lebanon, and a guy who was born and raised in Glendale of Jewish faith would be standing there working on this project together?” Drayman said. “Of course, it didn’t surprise us because we’ve been friends for some time.” Manoukian could not be reached for comment. The City Council will pick 100 photos for a book chronicling a day in the life of Glendale; plans are to print 2,000 copies. Proceeds from book sales will go to the library’s special collections division. The goal “is to have a diverse range of photos that represent Glendale in all of its aspects – good, bad, warts and all,” Hunt-Coffey said. To spread the word, the library contacted local high school and college photography teachers in hopes of getting their students and students’ families involved. The library has several requirements for contest participants, including that they get a signed release form from anyone they photograph. More information on the contest is available at www.ci.glendale.ca.us/photoproject. firstname.lastname@example.org 818-546-3304160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! GLENDALE – Residents are being asked to help document 24 hours in the life of Glendale on Saturday as part of a photo project designed to unite the community. In a conversation after a City Council campaign event earlier this year, then-candidates John Drayman, who is Jewish, and Rafi Manoukian, who is Armenian, came up with the idea to try to stem divisiveness between ethnic groups. “I think we have a lot more in common than we all realize….So this was a way of reminding ourselves what we share, rather than what our differences are, by looking at Glendale through one camera lens,” Drayman said. The project is being run by the Glendale Public Library, which is inviting residents and anyone who works in the city to “take their best shot” Saturday and photograph anything they see within city limits.
Desert Opera Theater will present “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast,” 8 p.m. today through Feb. 19 at the Palmdale Playhouse, 38334 10th St. E. Showtimes: 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 2 p.m. Sundays. Tickets: $20, or $16 for students, seniors and military. Call (661) 267-5684. The musical “Cats” will be performed at 7 p.m. today, 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday by Acme Acting Company at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center, 750 W. Lancaster Blvd. Tickets: $10 for children 12 and younger, $14 for students or seniors 62 and over, and $16 for adults. Call (661) 723-5950. Quartz Hill High School drama will present two one-act plays and improvisation at 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday in the choir room at the school, 6040 W. Ave. L, Lancaster. “The 15-Minute Hamlet” by Tom Stoppard and “Antic Spring” by Robert Nail will be performed along with “improv” games. Tickets: $3 for Quartz Hill High ASB card holders and $4 for general admission. “Carlos & Friends” comedy variety show, 9 p.m. Saturday at My Place Lounge, 2763 Sierra Highway, Rosamond. Comedy show is at 9 p.m. the second Saturday of every month. Call (661) 256-8455. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card Riders in the Sky will perform, 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center, 750 W. Lancaster Blvd. Tickets: $28. Call (661) 723-5950. State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara will perform “Carmen,” 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Palmdale Playhouse, 38334 10th St. E. Tickets: $25. Call (661) 267-5684. Smokey Robinson will perform, 8 p.m. Feb. 17 at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center, 750 W. Lancaster Blvd. Tickets: $80, $75, $70. Call (661) 723-5950. Dance company Ailey II will perform, 7 p.m. Feb. 19 at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center, 750 W. Lancaster Blvd. Tickets: $28. Call (661) 723-5950. Palmdale Youth and Community Orchestras will perform, 7 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Palmdale Playhouse, 38334 10th St. E. Tickets: $10, or $8 for students, seniors and military. Call (661) 267-5684. Ball in the House will perform a cappella pop and R&B, 7:30 p.m. Feb. 25 at the Palmdale Playhouse, 38334 10th St. E. Tickets: $20, $15 for students, seniors and military. Call (661) 267-5684. Antelope Valley Symphony Orchestra and Master Chorale will perform with winners of the Gaily Newby Concerto Competition, the Antelope Valley Ballet and the Antelope Valley College Civic Orchestra, 8 p.m. Feb. 25 at the Lancaster Performing Arts Center, 750 W. Lancaster Blvd. Tickets: $18, seniors $16, children $9. Call (661) 723-5950. Travelogue on New Zealand, 2 p.m. Feb. 26 at the Palmdale Playhouse, 38334 10th St. E. Tickets: $5. Call (661) 267-5684. Tony Molina and Friends perform salsa music and Latin ballads, 8-11:30 p.m. Thursdays at Harry’s Place at the Antelope Valley Inn, 44055 Sierra Highway, Lancaster. Salsa DJ Wayne Molina performs, 11:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m. Call (661) 948-4651. Ranger-led nature hikes, 11 a.m. every Sunday at Vasquez Rocks Natural Area, 10700 W. Escondido Canyon Road in Agua Dulce. Meet in the first small parking lot by the ranger station. Call (661) 268-0840. Mojave Desert Information Center offers natural history exhibits, videos and a touch-screen computer to find out more information about desert state parks and the surrounding areas. The center is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. seven days a week at 43779 15th St. W. Call (661) 942-0662. Bingo will be offered at 10 a.m. Friday by the Knights of Columbus, 719 W. Ave. M. 40 and Up Singles dance, 6:30-10:30 p.m. Sundays at Lancaster Elks Lodge, 240 E. Ave. K, Lancaster. Admission: $5 members, $7 nonmembers. Call (661) 949-9467 or 723-4891. Fun After 40 Ballroom Dance Club dance, 7:30-10 p.m. at the Palmdale Senior Center, 1002 E. Ave. Q-12, Palmdale. Lessons are available, 6:30-7:30 p.m. for $2. Admission: $2 for members and $4 for nonmembers. Bring a small dessert. Call (661) 943-0210 or (661) 267-5551. The Antelope Valley Weekend column runs weekly. Fax information or updates to (661) 267-5747 by noon Wednesday. Mailing address is 1645 E. Palmdale Blvd., Suite D, Palmdale, CA 93550, attention: Entertainment. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
GAA: Gary McDaid feels the decision by Michael Murphy to opt out of forthcoming International Rules series is the right one.McDaid managed Murphy at Glenswilly and is also a member of Rory Gallagher’s backroom staff. Murphy has been in high demand since he was 17 with club, county, college and country commitments.Yesterday, Murphy announced that he wanted to give his body a good rest so he can be fresh for the start of Donegal National League campaign in January.McDaid feels it’s the right decision for Murphy – and feels an extended rest not usually afforded to the Donegal captain will have massive benefits for both the player and his suitors.McDaid told The Irish Independent, “It would be massively beneficial for him to get some time to allow the body to heal and repair over winter. “It’s been great to play so late in the year with the club but for Michael, one thing just seems to lead into another and he’s never really been able to slow down.”I suppose luckily for him he’s been kept busy with success at club and county, but this year is ending much earlier for him. If he has his way, I don’t think he’ll be finishing up this early ever again,”“So I think it would be great to take the chance to recuperate because he might never get it again. On the other hand, he’ll definitely get the chance to represent Ireland again.”Many Donegal fans have backed Murphy’s decision not to represent his country and feel the time is right for Rory Gallagher’s talisman to get a good rest over the winter.MCDAID – “MURPHY’S DECISION TO OPT OUT OF INTERNATIONAL DUTY IS THE RIGHT ONE” was last modified: September 24th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAASport
BREAKING NEWS: The Department of Finance has confirmed tonight that Ireland’s debt will be 2% or €3.6 billion lower than previously thought….thanks to an accounting errors!Unions are already calling on the Government to halt massive cuts planned in next month’s Budget which will hit thousands of families across County Donegal.A spokesman for the Department of Finance said that, as a result of a “re-classification”, the country’s debt to GDP ratio would be lower. It is understood the development has occurred as result of double-counting. It’s all very complicated….but here’s our attempt to explain it!A statement from the Finance Department said that the NTMA has recently made both the Department and the Central Statistics Office aware of the fact that there was a change in their relationship with the HFA that has an impact on the accounts of the two entities.It said that previously, the National Treasury Managment Agency had acted as agent for the Housing Finance Agency (HFA). Since late 2010 the NTMA has loaned directly to the HFA. These loans appear as assets in the NTMA accounts and liabilities in the HFA accounts.”The liabilities of the HFA are included in general government debt; the corresponding assets of the NTMA have been included in the ‘liquid assets’ of the NTMA, which are also part general government debt – effectively a double count,” the statement added. ”Removing the impact of this double count reduces the estimate of 2010 general government debt by €3.6 billion or 2.3% of GDP,” the Finance statement concludes.It’s kind of like the Government winning the EuroMillions (about 100 times over).Below is the CSO statement in full:Correction to Ireland’s end-2010 General Government DebtThe end-2010 General Government gross debt (GGDebt) figure reported to Eurostat last month by the Department of Finance and the Central Statistics Office was overstated by some €3.6bn. This means that the correct figure for Ireland’s GGDebt at end-2010 was €144.4 billion (92.6% of GDP) rather than the published €148.0 billion (94.9% of GDP). The GGDebt is defined by EU regulations as the total gross debt owed by all government bodies to third parties outside of government. If one government body owes another money, this does not count towards the GGDebt.In 2010, one government body, the Housing Finance Agency (HFA), for the first time borrowed €3.6 billion from another government body, the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA). In previous years, HFA borrowings had been sourced on the open market.When compiling the end-2010 GGDebt figures, this €3.6 billion was mistakenly treated as external borrowings and was wrongly added to the GGDebt.On the General Government balance sheet, end-2010 financial assets were also overstated by the €3.6 billion, as the loan from the NTMA to the HFA was incorrectly recorded as an open market bank deposit. The error was recently drawn to the CSO’s attention by the NTMA. The CSO has informed Eurostat of the error, and the figures shown in respect of Ireland’s gross debt and the associated debt/GDP ratio will be corrected in future releases relating to Government debt.The General Government Deficit (GGDeficit) figure for 2010 reported for Ireland is not affected by the revision, and neither is Ireland’s net debt position (GGDebt less liquid assets).Overall, the State is no better or worse off as a result of the correction.BREAKING NEWS: (YOU COULDN’T MAKE THIS UP) IRELAND OWES €3.6 BILLION LESS THAN THOUGHT! was last modified: November 1st, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:ireland’s debt reduced