Granadilla and Sporting de Huelva, both independent clubs of a male entity, open the door to ERTES in Spanish women’s football. Are the first clubs of the First Iberdrola that are welcomed to this temporary employment regulation file, But they will not be the only ones. There are already other entities that are studying to do so. “We are clear that there will be one more case,” they declare to AS from the Association of Women’s Soccer Clubs (ACFF). The situation walk like in All Categories, on the great uncertainty if it’s going to continue with the league or the season will be suspended as it is right now. “Losses as such we are not having because a club is not like a store, which stops receiving money if it closes, but if it doesn’t resume competition yes that we can have them. The fact that there are no more games throws us off the budgets for this season “, they underline from Logroño, another of the Primera’s independent clubs. Both for the Rioja entity and for the other clubs unaware yes Payments television, advertising, even grants, they will arrive whether or not there is competition.“We’re to expectation“, they add from the La Riojan club, in which they say that have met with the players, with the unions (Association of Spanish Soccer Players, AFE) and with the ACFF. “The ERTE is not the solution that we propose, but with the uncertainty that exists we do not know if we will finally have to take advantage of it “, they explain.
‘Stop romanticizing Pinoy resilience’ View comments Jo Koy draws ire for cutting through Cebu City traffic with ‘wang-wang’ There has even been talk that Neymar could leave during the offseason, amid reported interest from Madrid. But Emery sought to assure supporters the Brazil striker will stay.“PSG has got a solid project,” Emery said. “Neymar wants to improve and grow with the club.”PSG has been reportedly linked with a move for Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who is leaving the London club after almost 22 years in charge, and with former Borussia Dortmund coach Thomas Tuchel.Regarded as a brilliant tactician and owning a reputation for giving young players a chance at the top level, Tuchel has been without a club since getting fired by Borussia Dortmund last May.Tuchel has also been linked to Arsenal.Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, who has had a difficult season with the London club, is another possible replacement.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Green group flags ‘overkill’ use of plastic banderitas in Manila Sto. Niño feast “It was a difficult time,” the Spanish coach said Friday at a news conference.PSG failed to reach the quarterfinals again this season, beaten home and away by Real Madrid in a 5-2 aggregate loss.It was another disappointing moment for a club funded by cash-rich Qatari investors QSI.Emery was given lots of money to build a team capable of winning this season’s Champions League. PSG broke the world record by signing Neymar from Barcelona for 222 million euros ($260 million) and bought Kylian Mbappe from Monaco in a deal worth $180 million ($216 million).But while PSG wrestled the French title back from Monaco with five games to spare , and is on course for another domestic treble, the club again fell short in Europe. Like Blanc before him, the responsibility for that setback has been placed firmly on Emery’s shoulders, even though the players let him down with their performance against Madrid.ADVERTISEMENT Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award P16.5-M worth of aid provided for Taal Volcano eruption victims — NDRRMC He addressed the players before Friday’s training, ahead of the French champions’ against Guingamp on Sunday.“I have told the players I’m leaving,” Emery said. “I thank president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the sporting director Antero Henrique, the supporters and all the players for these two seasons.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSAfter winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folkSPORTSTim Cone, Ginebra set their sights on elusive All-Filipino crownEmery replaced Laurent Blanc, who was fired after failing to get PSG beyond the quarterfinals of the Champions League. He arrived with a strong reputation after guiding Sevilla to three straight Europa League titles, but he lost the league title last season and made unwanted history in the Champions League.PSG became the first team in the Champions League to be eliminated from the knockout stage after winning the first match 4-0, losing 6-1 at Barcelona in the return leg of the last 16. Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. FILE – In this Monday, March 5, 2018 file photo, PSG’s head coach Unai Emery attends a press conference before their Champions League Round of 16 second leg soccer match Real Madrid at the Parc des Princes stadium, in Paris. Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery is leaving at the end of the season, the latest to pay the price for failing to lead the team to the European glory it so craves. Emery joined PSG from Sevilla two years ago on a two-year contract, which will not be extended. He addressed the players before training on Friday, April 27, 2018. (AP Photo/Francois Mori, file)PARIS — Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery is leaving the club at the end of the season, the latest to pay the price for failing to lead the team to the European glory its owners crave so much.Emery joined PSG from Sevilla two years ago on a two-year contract, which will not be extended.ADVERTISEMENT Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew MOST READ Johnson powers Rain or Shine past Alaska in OT Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding In fight vs corruption, Duterte now points to Ayala, MVP companies as ‘big fish’ Truck driver killed in Davao del Sur road accident LATEST STORIES Scientists seek rare species survivors amid Australia flames
0Shares0000Chelsea’s midfielder Eden Hazard has been repeatedly linked with Real due to his admiration for Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane © AFP/File / Glyn KIRKLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 8 – Antonio Conte batted away questions over the future of Real-Madrid linked pair Eden Hazard and David Luiz on Friday, saying his focus was on beating struggling West Ham to close the gap at the top of the Premier League.Chelsea visit the London Stadium on Saturday, trailing Manchester City by 11 points and with a three-point deficit to second-placed Manchester United, who host the leaders on Sunday. Luiz is out with a knee injury, having initially been dropped following the 3-0 loss at Roma on October 31. He has appeared once since, at Qarabag, and Conte has previously angrily rebuffed suggestions of a fallout.The Italian opted not to answer when asked about the prospect of the Brazilian leaving in January.“There is a lot of games before the transfer window. Now I think is not the right moment to speak about this,” said Conte. “Now this is not important.”On Hazard, who has been repeatedly linked with Real due to his admiration for Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane, Conte said: “It’s important to be focused on this moment. Then when there is the right moment, I try to answer this question.”Conte’s focus is on trying to keep pace with City at the top of the table.“It’s very difficult to see two defeats in a row for a great team,” he said. “At the same time Manchester United can beat Manchester City.”Danny Drinkwater is out after the midfielder missed three days of training through illness, while there are “two or three” undisclosed doubts.“The best result is to win against West Ham and then anything can happen in the Manchester derby,” Conte said.“For me the best result is our result, to try to win in a difficult game.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Tottenham defender Federico Fazio is uncertain whether he will make his move to Sevilla permanent.The Argentina international returned to the Spanish club on loan on transfer deadline day after falling down the pecking order at White Hart Lane.The centre-back hopes the move to his former club will provide him with more action, but he is not sure whether it spells the end of his Tottenham career.“I come for six months. It has been already very difficult to get a [loan move] for this short time so let’s see what will happen next,” Fazio told Estadio Deportivo at his unveiling.“I hope to get the targets. I feel really good to give my best. I was calm during the transfer window because I lived a similar experience during the summer.“I knew that everything was going to resolved in the last days and fortunately it worked out so I am happy.” 1 Federico Fazio
Daniel and MajellaDaniel O’Donnell says he is looking forward spending his first anniversary with wife Majella – despite 13 years of marriage!The Strictly Come Dancing star celebrates his wedded bliss tomorrow but revealed this is the first time that they have time to spend it together.“At the moment Majella and I are back in Tenerife. On Wednesday the 4th we will celebrate our 13th wedding anniversary. It is the first time since we got married that we have actually been off and not travelling,” he said. The 53 year old star, who had taken a year out of showbusiness, is relaxing after a whirlwind two months appearing on the BBC celebrity dancing show.“I know I was meant to be on a break but to be honest, when the request to take part in ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ came my way, it was too good to turn down. I never thought that I would be as nervous as I was when I had to dance in the live shows every Saturday night. I can’t really explain why, especially as I’ve been performing on stage for over 30 years now.“I suppose the fact of the matter was I was just out of my comfort zone. Even though I love social dancing, having to learn and perform a choreographed piece is very different. That being said the experience was amazing. Getting to meet all of the other celebrities, the dancers and indeed everybody behind the scenes was just brilliant. To all of you who voted for Kristina and I, thank you. To those of you who watched all over the world, thank you for your support.”Daniel also said he was honoured to be asked to appear on the recent Late Late Show Country Music Special and hopes Ryan Tubridy hosts another such show. “The night was dedicated to country music. It certainly was a wonderful evening where a lot of the performers from the past to the present day gathered to celebrate the wonderful music we enjoy in Ireland.“Those gathered were only a fraction of all the entertainers who have contributed to country music down through the years. I think it’s important to remember that every singer has made their own contribution to what county music is in Ireland today. I hope the show will be repeated sometime in the future and that some of the singers who were not able to be part of that show will be there next time.”Daniel now plans to relax in Tenerife were they will be joined by Majella’s daughter Siobhan, her husband Gavin and their new-born baby Olivia.DANIEL IS LOOKING FORWARD TO FIRST ANNIVERSARY – AFTER 13 YEARS OF MARRIAGE! was last modified: November 3rd, 2015 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:daniel o’donnelldonegalmarriage
Donegal athlete, Marie Ní Bhaoill, has the won the National Adventure Race Series, following her win last weekend at the Achill Roar race. Marie, based in An Spidéal in county Galway but originally from Gaoth Dobhair, competes for Conamara-based triathlon club, TríSpórt, and has such a commanding lead in the series that she has the overall victory wrapped up with two races still to go.Marie re-entered competitive sport this year for the first time in 13 years, following the setting up of TríSpórt, and since then, she has won races all over Ireland, and has proved conclusively to the be strongest female cyclist in the west of Ireland. Six members of TríSpórt participated in Achill Roar, amongst them Marie’s husband, Pádraig Ó Diorráin, who finished sixth and who is now fourth in the overall adventure race series.TríSpórt, which now has 56 members, has had an incredibly successful year since the club’s formation in February. Among the members are three of Ireland’s finest female athletes; Joyce Wolfe, who this year set a new Irish Ironman record and won a European Duathlon Championship gold medal; Derval Devaney who finished third in her age group at the recent Ironman Ireland 70.3 race in Galway; and Marie Ní Bhaoill. “We’re delighted with such progress over such a short period of time,” said club co-founder, Rónán Mac Con Iomaire. “Last weekend alone, we had a victory in Achill, a second place finish at the Clogherhead triathlon, a third place finish at the Clifden 10k, and a total of 21 athletes racing in different events.”“We are extremely grateful to our main sponsors, TG4, who have given us the opportunity to develop the club, along with other sponsors such as Cogaslann Agatha, Velotec and Údarás na Gaeltachta.”ATHLETICS: DONEGAL’S MARIE WINS NATIONAL ADVENTURE RACE SERIES was last modified: September 13th, 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)
Photo Gallery Under Stepsis’ guidance, the Bulldogs’ defensive unit finished last season ranked in the top-10 nationally in five major statistical categories, including scoring defense (19.1 points per game) and total defense (296.0 yards per game). “It’s been nothing but energy and excitement around here, and the players really have been at the forefront of that,” Stepsis said. “They’re the ones that have really bought into what our vision for the program is. It’s a group that has high aspirations and plays at a high level.” Drake begins its season on the road at North Dakota on Aug. 31 at 4 p.m. before kicking off its home opener against Truman State at 6 p.m. on Sept. 7 inside Drake Stadium. Drake returns 39 letterwinners and 13 starters from a year ago, including AP All-American defensive back Will Warner. Warner finished second in the nation with a school-record eight interceptions. The Bulldogs boast seven other returning players who garnered all-conference recognition in 2018. Those returners include stalwart defensive lineman Erin Morgan, who enters the season as one of the nation’s top pass rushers. Head coach Todd Stepsis enters his first season at the helm after being appointed on Dec. 21, 2018. Stepsis served as the defensive coordinator for five years prior to being named head coach. Story Links The Bulldogs are looking to build off a strong 2018 campaign in which they finished 7-4 overall and tied for second in the Pioneer Football League standings. DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University football team hosted its annual media day on Thursday, Aug. 8, speaking with local media to preview the upcoming 2019 season. Season tickets and single game tickets are currently available for the 2019 season through the Drake Athletic Ticket Office by calling 515-271-DOGS (3647) or by visiting https://www.draketix.com/football. Print Friendly Version
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Ray Maota The outdoor gym at Petrus MolefePark – which is a partnership betweenGreen Outdoor Gyms and Joburg CityParks – cost R260 000 (US$35 000). The gym has 10 sets of equipmentwhich can accommodate 20 peopleat a time, and an aerobics section.(Images: Ray Maota)MEDIA CONTACTS• Tim HoginsGreen Outdoor Gyms+27 11 438 7500 / +27 82 048 97 98RELATED ARTICLES• Joburg’s Xtreme Parks wins gold• Makeover for Soweto park• Brazil health plan adapted for SA• Rural health gets R9m boostThe war against the bulge is on for residents of Dlamini and surrounding areas in Soweto as they now have an outdoor gym which they don’t have to pay a premium to use.The Petrus Molefe Eco-Park in Dlamini is a 700m2 space that showcases the work of Joburg City Parks, whose extreme makeovers convert disused pieces of land into fully fledged green recreational facilities, usually in a matter of hours.Oscar Oliphant, a senior manager at City Parks, explains: “South Africa has the second most obese people in the world and the problem will only get bigger if ignored.”The extreme park is the sixth to be built by City Parks under the Greening Joburg initiative. The others are in Diepkloof, Protea Glen, Claremont, Wilgeheuwel and Pimville.No expense for your healthThe gym is a partnership between Green Outdoor Gyms and City Parks, and cost R260 000 (US$35 000) to build.Tim Hogins, from Green Outdoor Gyms, says: “The gym has 10 sets of equipment which can accommodate 20 people at a time and the equipment cannot be stolen because it is mounted to the ground in concrete. And it is weather-proof.”The outdoor environment-friendly gym is a first of its kind in South Africa and will give all Sowetans a chance to shape up at their convenience.Khehla Nkosi, who doubles as security and fitness instructor at the gym, says: “In the morning around 6am you can find about 40 people training, midday about 15, and in the afternoon about 30.”Nkosi adds that even the old ladies from the neighbourhood have taken to the gym and turn up for almost 20 minutes a day of supervised training.Simon Moyaba, from Chiawelo, about five minutes’ drive from Dlamini, says: “I used to train at the gym at Grace Bible Church which is further from my house than here and we had to pay to use it. Now I just come here and park my car and train.”He adds that although it does get full, there is a courtesy among users and there have never been quarrels for the machine.The gym also has an aerobics section.Significance of the parkMolefe was believed to be the first Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK) soldier to die in the liberation struggle against apartheid in South Africa. The MK was the military wing of the African National Congress, the ruling party in South Africa today.On a mission to bomb the Bantu Administration offices in Dube, in Soweto, the device exploded prematurely, killing Molefe and severely injuring his MK cell member, Benjamin Ramotse.This incident happened on 16 December 1961, the night the MK was officially established.Ramotse was later smuggled out of the country to conduct ANC activities in exile, but was captured and sent to Robben Island for 15 years. He was released in 1985 and died a year later.The MK carried out 22 bombings of civilian, military, industrial and infrastructural sites during the liberation struggle.Former Rivonia Trial accused and neighbour, Andrew Mlangeni, said at the opening of the park: “Molefe had worked as a truck driver. He was a trade union organiser and served on the executive of the Dube Advisory Board.“He was one of the very few comrades to own a car at that time and always volunteered his Zephyr Zodiac for organisational work.”Most MK soldiers were not trained and had to make their own bombs, which was dangerous. “This was a risky process and these homemade bombs were not always very reliable,” said Mlangeni.Remembering the events of the day, Johanna Ramotse, said: “I was at home when I heard a loud explosion. I never imagined the blast had anything to do with my husband.“When we arrived at the scene near the Bantu Administration offices, I saw a body covered, and on inspection, found that it was Molefe. My husband had already been rushed to hospital.”Molly Mokoena, the acting City of Joburg mayor at the time of the opening, said: “Residents of this community lived in abject poverty, with no amenities such as electricity, piped water or flushing toilets. The fact that we can open this beautiful park, in this now developed area, is due to the sacrifices of people like Molefe and Ramotse.”
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest We finished up with planting beans last week and corn has been done since the first week of June. We have some double-crops to put in yet but that is it.The last stuff I planted was all no-till to conserve moisture. We could really use another inch of rain and the ground would soak it up. The corn is not starting to roll yet, but if another week goes by with no rain I’ll be concerned. When it is in the 90s and the corn is growing like crazy, it can get stressed pretty quickly.We had an inch and two-tenths last week. There was a tornado just north of us near Waynesville and Wilmington. If you go a little further south they only got maybe a half-inch. We got a little shower yesterday, maybe a tenth to settle the dust.We are hoping to start with wheat tomorrow and it looks like the rest of the week is going to be beautiful. We could use a little rain on some of the crops, but for the most part things look good. We’ll get this wheat off and get our double-crops in and we’ll be good to go.The wheat quality looks good so far in what I’ve seen. We do have some wheat that looks outstanding and some is not so hot because we had too much rain last fall and there are some holes and some spots that are a little thin.We have been hitting the hay pretty hard. We have a little more first cutting hay to finish and it is getting awfully late. We have some second cutting that will be ready next week and it looks beautiful.