Atlético-Leganés Simeone: “I was bitten as a player; people are critical”

first_imgFirst with work. You have to look for alternatives and solutions in the decisions that I have to choose what you see best for the team. We have a week to find calm and I have an important staff, we will recover some guys, which will be good for us to have more competition and we must introduce ourselves on Saturday with the intention of winning the game.Do you notice a change in energy?The people today were extraordinary again. You are responsible and excited, because the team came from after matches outside after making an important Super Cup. We played two games out in a row that didn’t go well, with two losses, but people are always fine. I have no doubt that at other times these games were lost and the positive atmosphere of the people meant that we could have a competitive second half.Do you think there are doubts about your figure?I am always very respectful of what people think. It was my turn to be whistled in my second stage, where it was not right and everyone can touch it, since people come to see their team win. When the results do not come out, it is normal for people to get angry and that makes us responsible. You have to take solutions.There seems to be anxiety in the team.It is normal that after two defeats in a row and playing at home the team goes out with necessity and acceleration, that there are times that makes you choose badly and be blocked. It happens to all the teams in the world and to us also in the first part. Already in the second there was more calm, at the first play there was a chance to score and there were more options for associative play.How have you seen Cuellar’s attitude?I did not see what the goalkeeper of the rival team did and when I turned around Germán told me that he had been expelled. We are here to try to solve the game, not set the guidelines for the rhythms of the game. We do not value what the opponent does.What do you say to people who don’t believe in Simeone?I can’t tell the agent anything, you have to prove with facts and not with words. Do the words are gone with the wind.Are things forgiven that others would not?I don’t believe it, what will they forgive me? The match: “Stability is not given by names. It happens to generate the attention of playing as in the second half. ”Trust Issue: “The first thing is work. And then I choose what I see best. We have a week to regain calm, which is necessary in football. I have an important template. On Saturday we will introduce ourselves (at the Bernabéu) with enthusiasm to win. ”Lack of energy: “People excite you, compromise and hold you accountable. We came from two games outside that didn’t work out for us and the audience was fine. At other times, these matches were lost. We were able to win in the second half. ”Doubts with Simeone: “I am respectful of everyone. I was beaten because I was not well in my second time. People are critical when the team does not win. I have to find solutions. ”Anxiety: “It’s normal that we go out with acceleration. And that makes us choose wrong. It happens to all the teams in the world. In the second part we were calmer. We had a chance soon and it helped. ”Afterwards, the technician appeared in the press room.“The change does not go by names, but by the intention of playing”“I have no doubt that at other times these games were lost,” said Simeone. The Argentine coach was disgusted with the bad streak that the team is going through. “You have to look for alternatives and solutions in the decisions that touch me.”They could not get the victory.Once again in the first half we couldn’t play the game we wanted. The second was closer to what we were looking for with some dangerous situation and the feeling that there was the possibility of winning the game. We are left with that, with continuing to work for the stability that names don’t give you. In Eibar we started as the second part of today and the same thing happened to us as in this first time, so they do not go by names but by the intention of playing as in the end.How do you recover confidence?last_img read more

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Mother, 19, charged with Baby’s Death

first_imgThe mother of an eight month old baby boy who died as the result of drinking a “dangerous liquid substance” believed to be acid water, has been formally charged with murder and sent to the Monrovia City Court for prosecution.Defendant Decontee Garley was charged by the Liberia National Police (LNP) following days of intense investigation over the unexplained death of baby Devine Moore at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital.The incident happened on December 21, 2016 at her Jallah Town residence in Sinkor, Monrovia, according to court records.At Friday’s brief hearing, Magistrate Kennedy Peabody did not waste any time sending Decontee to prison because the crime of murder with which she has been charged does not entitle her to bail.Decontee will remain in detention while awaiting her indictment and subsequent prosecution. Mrs. Sienneh Juah, a social worker assigned at the JFK Medical Center where little Moore was treated before he was pronounced dead, alleged that the baby boy might have swallowed a “dangerous substance” leading to his death.Police, however, alleged that when Decontee was investigated she explained that on Wednesday, December 21, she received L$20 from her mother Victoria Garley, which she used to buy a doughnut for her child.Court records quoted Decontee as saying that after she bought the doughnut for the child, they proceeded to her bedroom to have him bathed.Decontee is alleged to have left the child alone in her room and went to her mother’s (Victoria) room nearby, where she collected a small bottle containing a liquid substance believed to be acid water, which she gave her son to drink, according to court records.After the infant drank the liquid substance, Decontee is alleged to have been so shocked by how profusely the child started to defecate and vomit that she immediately ran outside with the baby to her mother, Victoria, and her other sisters, who discovered that the child’s mouth was peeling.The defendant claimed that she rushed baby Devine to a nearby clinic in Jallah Town, but nurses there referred her to the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital, where the boy was later pronounced dead.A medical report on the incident established that little Devine Moore died of cardiopulmonary complication of Toxic Ingestion, for which police charged defendant Decontee with murder in violation of section 14.1 of the Penal Law of Liberia.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Couple on bail for assault

first_imgA couple were arraigned in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on Wednesday for physically assaulting a young man.The charge stated that on October 10, 2017 at Queen Street, Tiger Bay, Georgetown, Adi Dubay, 34, and Napula Baptiste, 31, both of B Field Sophia, Greater Georgetown, assaulted Anthony Bartholomew causing him grievous bodily harm.They both pleaded not guilty to the charge.Dubay later begged Magistrate Fababyo Azore to issue a warning to Bartholomew, claiming that the young man hurled insults at him while they were entering the court. In a bid to defend himself, Bartholomew explained that Dubay taunted him as he passed into the court, which resulted in his reply.Dubay was placed on $75,000 bail while Baptiste’s bail was put at $100,000. They are expected to return to court on March 28, 2018.last_img read more

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Corentyne rice farmer loses $22M in fire

first_img– arson suspectedBy Andrew CarmichaelA 78-year-old rice farmer of 135 ‘A’ Mibicuri South, Blackbush Polder, Corentyne is now contemplating his next move after losing an estimated $22 million in a fire which gutted his two-storey wooden and concrete home on Saturday morning.The house was occupied by Marvin Duncan, 78, and his 65-year-old wifeThe house on fire in Black Bush PolderClaudette, who operated a grocery store and liquor parlour. No one was said to be at home when the fire started, prompting the suspicion that arson may have been the cause of the blaze.According to Duncan, he and his wife had left their Lot 35 ‘A’ Mibicuri South, Black Bush Polder home at about 07:30h on Saturday morning and within 10 minutes of leaving he received a telephone call stating that his house was on fire.Visibly devastated, the man disclosed to this publication that before making his way back to Black Bush Polder, he made a visit to the Whim Police Station seeking assistance in making contact with the Fire Service but the closest one was not available. However, contact was made with the Corriverton Fire Station which immediately dispatched firefighters to the scene. They did not manage to save the building since it was already gutted by the time they arrived at the scene.Duncan estimates his loses at $22 million. The elderly rice farmer, who also owns a grocery shop in the bottom flat of his house, said the shop sold everything for the community and the parlor was popular in that part of Black Bush Polder.He is of the belief that someone deliberately set the fire to the three-bedroom, wood and concrete structure. Duncan, a rice farmer for approximately 30 years, noted that he suspected arson to be the cause of he and his wife currently being homeless. The elderly man revealed that he recently had a confrontation with an individual (whose name was given) about being a bad influence towards the younger generation within the village. He accused the man of providing illegal drugs to the community and confronted the now suspect about this issue.However, after the confrontation between the two, remarks and derogatory slangs would be meted out to Duncan whenever the young man was around. According to him, the young man seemed to be very furious while they were making their way out of the village on Saturday morning as he stood next to a bus shed.Duncan said from all indications the fire was started at the back of the building where he had a room with a bed. He is of the opinion that someone threw something flammable through the window which was left open.He further explained that they did not light the stove before leaving home.Reports are that the blaze was first seen in the area of the bedroom which also housed washroom facilities.Eyewitnesses say the fire quickly engulfed the building even before they could make attempts to form a bucket brigade. Reports are there were three drums of fuel which further assisted the fire.Duncan is bent on continuing his rice farm in which he cultivates 30 acres.He is currently preparing for the 2018 spring crop.The fire service and Police are conducting investigations.last_img read more

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“Do as CCJ advises” – Indian High Commissioner to political leaders

first_imgIndian High Commissioner to Guyana,Venkatakchalam MahalingamBy Vahnu ManikchandThe outgoing Indian High Commissioner to Guyana, Venkatakchalam Mahalingam, is urging the country’s political leaders to heed the advice of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) and discuss the way forward for Guyana.At Monday’s post-judgement hearing, CCJ President Justice Adrian Saunders urged that President David Granger meet with Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo to come up with a consensus on the way forward and as such, postponed the date to issue consequential orders on the No-Confidence Motion to July 12, 2019.High Commissioner Mahalingam underscored the need for the parties to do as advised by the Court.“I’m sure the consequential orders are mostly going to be a form of direction for both the political parties. But the hint given is that they should sit together and they should come out with a consensus and decide what the way forward is. So, therefore, we would like both parties to sit together, as advised by the Caribbean Court of Justice, and decide what is the best way forward for the democratic process to continue,” he posited.Democratic processContending that his country does not interfere in the internal affairs of other countries, the Indian diplomat emphasised, however, that they would like for the democratic process to take over and finally have this issue, which has been languishing for the past seven months, resolved.“The Caribbean Court of Justice understands what has been going on in Guyana and they wanted to put both parties together and arrive at a consensus. I don’t know, if consensus is not arrived at by both parties, what would be the order of the Caribbean Court of Justice or what would be the direction in the end, but we need to wait to see… But I’m sure Guyana will definitely find a solution for its betterment,” Mahalingam stated during an interview with Guyana Times on Tuesday.Following the June 18 rulings, CCJ President Justice Adrian Saunders urged the two sides to meet to find consensus before last Monday’s hearing for consequential orders. However, President David Granger sent an invitation to Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo on Friday for them to meet after Monday’s hearing. During that hearing, Justice Saunders expressed disappointment that the two leaders were yet to meet.“These matters are of the highest constitutional significance… and it beats me that the Leader of the Opposition and the President, and their respective counsel, had not met to discuss the issues that confront us. Everybody says these are important issues but it seems as though the same degree of urgency and deliberation that are expected of the Courts, we don’t see them being reflected in the behaviour of the political directorate and that I think is unfortunate,” the CCJ President expressed.In fact, he went on to note that the case puts the Court in an “awkward position” since it does not want to make political decisions, but at the same time, it has a remit to ensure that the rule of law is observed. This, Justice Saunders noted, however, can only happen if the political leaders display a spirit of compromise and reasonableness, which would allow the rule of law to take effect.The CCJ President’s comments were made after Attorney General Basil Williams told the Court that President Granger had acted “forthwith” and invited the Opposition Leader to a meeting on the relevant matters in relation to the cases but that meeting was yet to happen. In fact, he indicated that the Leader of the Opposition was yet to respond to the invite.However, at a press conference after Monday’s hearing, Jagdeo called out the Attorney General for deliberately misleading the CCJ. According to Jagdeo, a letter was indeed dispatched to his office but stated that he was being invited for a meeting after the June 24 consequential ruling, with no date or time indicated.Nevertheless, a response letter was sent on Tuesday indicated to that Jagdeo is prepared to meet with the President “at any time and on a daily basis if needs be”.Last week, the CCJ ruled that the No-Confidence Motion tabled in Guyana’s National Assembly in December 2018, had been validly passed, and in another case, found that the unilateral appointment of the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), retired Justice James Patterson, was flawed and unconstitutional.After the Trinidad-based regional Court reiterated on Monday that GECOM has no chairman, Government announced on Tuesday that Justice Patterson has resigned.The CCJ President had also noted that the appointment process of a new GECOM Chair had to be reengaged and according to Jagdeo, in the missive to Government, he is prepared to meet and address the appointment of a new Chairman consistent with the ruling of the regional Court on June 18, 2019.last_img read more

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Ross H MacLean PeeWee A Flyers win gold in Prince George

first_imgThen on Saturday afternoon, the Flyers would continue their winning streak with a huge win of 11-1 over Terrace.Advertisement According to Team Manager, Samantha Lucas, the PeeWee A Flyers had an outstanding performance at the Tournament as they took on competitors from Terrace, Quesnel, Prince George, Dawson Creek, and Smithers. – Advertisement -Then on Friday afternoon, the Flyers faced Quesnel and won that game 6-2. Then in the gold medal final, the Flyers would take on Quesnel. From there, on Saturday morning, the Flyers went on to play Smithers where they managed to shutout Smithers with a win of 6-0. For the first game, on Friday morning, the Flyers took on Prince George and managed to win that game 5-4. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Ross H MacLean PeeWee A Flyers were in Prince George on the weekend, December 6 to the 8, for a Tier 2 Hockey Tournament. Up next, the PeeWee A Flyers are in Peace River this Sunday, December 15, as they take on the Colts, followed by a home game the next week on Saturday, December 21, against the Dawson Creek Canucks. Advertisement In that game, the Flyers managed to come away with gold after a strong win of 6-2 over Quesnel. On Sunday morning, before the finals, the Flyers faced Dawson Creek and were able to win the game with a win of 6-3, earning the Flyers first seed for the finals. The next Tournament for the Flyers will be in Grande Prairie this coming February.last_img read more

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Ex-Arsenal star’s move to Al Jazira collapses after helicopter and private beach demands

first_img Gervinho 1 Ex-Arsenal flop Gervinho’s move to Al Jazira collapsed because he extraordinarily demanded a helicopter and a private beach, according to reports in Italy.talkSPORT told you yesterday how the winger’s move from Roma to UAE side fell through after the player’s demands were not met.Initially it was thought that wages had been the issue as a £10m fee between the two clubs had been agreed for the 28-year-old.But now, Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting that the Ivorian instead was making excessive demands in order for the move to go through.Gervinho is said to have wanted a helicopter at his disposal, a house for his family, a private beach and unlimited plane tickets to the Ivory Coast.Those demands forced the deal to collapse and Gervinho has now returned to Rome after turning down Al Jazira’s offer of £85,000-a-week.last_img read more

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Execs feel good about economy

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREPettersson scores another winner, Canucks beat KingsIn the survey, 87 percent of CEOs said they expected their sales to hold steady or increase during the next six months. That’s down only slightly from 88 percent in the previous survey in September. On the hiring front, 78 percent said they expected to hold payrolls at current levels or boost them. That’s up a bit from 74percent in the earlier survey. Meanwhile, 86 percent said they would hold capital investment steady or increase it. That compared with 85percent in the previous survey. One of the reasons behind executives’ good outlook is that they expect overseas demand for their products and services to remain strong, said the group’s chairman, Harold McGraw III, president and CEO of The McGraw-Hill Companies. Another reason: executives are not seeing a retrenchment by U.S. consumers, McGraw said. Still, consumer behavior is being watched closely, he said, because it shapes overall economic activity in the U.S. Health care and energy topped executives’ concerns about costs. “For the last four consecutive years, health-care costs, which impact virtually all Roundtable companies, have been cited as the top pressure. But now, with oil approaching $100 a barrel, energy costs have risen to the top concern in CEOs’ minds,” McGraw said. For all of next year, the executives said they expect the economy to grow by 2.1 percent, which would mark slower growth than forecast for this year. The White House and the Federal Reserve have lowered their forecasts for economic growth next year because of fallout from the housing and credit markets. The housing slump is expected to drag on well into 2008. To prevent these problems from pushing the economy into a recession, the Federal Reserve has sliced a key interest rate twice this year. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke hinted last week that another rate reduction could come when the central bank meets next Tuesday. The Fed’s key rate, now at 4.50percent, could be lowered by at least one-quarter percentage point, some analysts said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! WASHINGTON – The country’s top corporate executives foresee pretty good business prospects even as the economy gets squeezed by a housing collapse, a credit crunch, Wall Street turmoil and high energy prices. A survey by the Business Roundtable, released Tuesday, showed that most executives expect sales, capital investment and hiring to remain at current levels or even improve in the coming months. While the economy’s problems have caused consumer confidence to tank, the survey’s results suggest that corporate executives’ assessment is that the business climate remains generally healthy despite all the strains. The economy, which logged its fastest growth in four years during the third quarter, is expected to slow to a pace of just 1.5percent or less in the October through December period. last_img read more

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ALL YOUR WEEKEND GAA RESULTS

first_imgDONEGAL NORTHU16 Division 1 Championship Group 1Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 09-Oct-2014 St Michaels 0 – 6 0 – 11 St Eunans Convoy-Pairc Naomh Mhuire Championship FinalU13 Division 2Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 08-Oct-2014 Glenswilly 2 – 7 3 – 10 St Michaels Glenswilly-Pairc Naomh Columba Shield play-offU16 Division 2 Championship FinalsDate Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment06-Oct-2014 Naomh Colmcille Newtown 1 – 4 2 – 12 Cloughaneely Moyle Park Milford Div 2 Champ finalU16 Division 1 Championship Group 1Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 06-Oct-2014 St Michaels 1 – 17 2 – 6 Buncrana Dunfanaghy Championship semi finalDONEGAL SOUTHUnder 13 Division 2Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment 09-Oct-2014 Four Masters 2 – 7 2 – 9 Dungloe ArdaraUnder 16 Championship Division 2Date Team 1 Score Score Team 2 Venue Comment06-Oct-2014 Bundoran 1 – 15 0 – 9 Kilcar Bundoran Semi-final 2nd LegALL YOUR WEEKEND GAA RESULTS was last modified: October 12th, 2014 by StephenShare 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:Donegal GAA resultslast_img read more

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Liverpool star Mo Salah signs new long-term deal with no release clause

first_img Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is delighted Mo Salah will be staying at Anfield Salah’s efforts in 2017/18 saw him awarded both the PFA Players’ Player of the Year and the Football Writers’ Association’s Footballer of the Year.His season, though, ended on a horrible note as he suffered a shoulder injury in the first half of the Championship final against Real Madrid, who triumphed 3-1 in Kiev.The problem forced him to miss Egypt’s World Cup opener against Uruguay and though he scored against Russia and Saudi Arabia, the African nation crashed out in the group stage.Mohamed Salah posts cryptic tweet shortly after Spain are eliminated from the 2018 World Cup Salah has committed his future to Liverpool He shattered numerous goalscoring records, scoring 32 times in 36 Premier League games and claiming 44 goals in all competitions in 2017/18.Salah also came to the fore during Liverpool’s run to the Champions League final.His stunning form throughout the season inevitably led to reports the likes of Real Madrid could pounce, but Liverpool have now ended any speculation about his future.The new deal is understood to run until 2023 and does not contain a release clause.Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said on the club’s official website: “I think this news can be seen for what it is; rewarding a person who performed and contributed greatly for the team and the club last season.“It demonstrates two things very clearly also – his belief in Liverpool and our belief in him.“We want world-class talent to see they have a home at Anfield where they can fulfil all their professional dreams and ambitions – we are working hard together to achieve this.” Mohamed Salah has signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool.The Egyptian forward arrived at Anfield from Roma last summer for a fee in the region of £34million and enjoyed a stunning first campaign with the club. 2 2last_img read more

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