David Aganzo has informed in these letters that AFE has sent its more than 10,000 affiliates a letter to explain in detail the measures implemented by the Government and to have clear concepts and different ERTES, asking its four interlocutors to take extreme measures to defend the rights of footballers.AFE also calls for the collective labor rights to be guaranteed in a State of Law in which we are, transmitting that the union will denounce any situation that perverts what is exposed in the text of the aforementioned Royal Decree.Our association wants to have information on the position that the Ministry of Culture and Sports, CSD, RFEF and LaLiga will adopt in order to carry out a collaboration strategy in which the rights of the footballers as workers are respected at all times, avoiding making decisions that may be irreversible in different directions. “ David Aganzo, as president of the Association of Spanish Soccer Players, has sent different letters to José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes (minister of Culture and Sports), Irene Lozano (president of the Superior Council of Sports), Luis Rubiales (president of the Royal Spanish Federation of Soccer) and Javier Tebas (president of LaLiga), in which it requests to open a line of fluid communication with all of them so that the union is informed at all times of issues that may currently affect the soccer team.AFE has reported this movement in a statement:“Before the State of Alarm declared throughout the country and Royal Decree-Law 8/2020, of March 17, in which extraordinary urgent measures are approved to face the economic and social impact of COVID-19, the president of AFE states in the first place that a State of Alarm does not mean a State of Illegality.
The newly elected national chairman of the Liberia People Democratic Party (LPDP) said the party detests “big book talk and mere political slippery languages”. Instead, the Party wants direct and simple answers to unemployment, poverty, and quality schools for all.Chairman Moses Y. Kollie made the statement over the weekend at the first national convention of the party, held at the Francis Mitchell Academy in Kakata, Margibi County, and graced by an overwhelming attendance by the party’s supporters and well-wishers. The LPDP chair is of the opinion that Liberians are desirous of a national leadership that will provide business opportunities and better healthcare for their poverty-stricken families. According to him, the LPDP stands ready to address or provide answers to those problems when they shall take the helm of the country.“The LPDP comes with a new idea, an idea that will address the issues of affordable and better healthcare for all, provide good road networks in both urban and rural areas, institute an improved educational system and introduce a strategy that would encourage Liberians to go to the soil for self-sufficiency in food,” the Kollie said.He said that the party is “a grassroots people- driven political institution”, inspired by the ordinary workers, including teachers, Yana boys, market women, students, and the pem-pem riders.Mr. Kollie said the LPDP is an initiative of ordinary citizens spanning the whole social and political spectrum of the country, whether rich or poor, educated and unlettered, Americo-Liberians and or the indigenous.He said his party is different from other political parties, “because many political parties are nothing more than personality cults; parties which mostly revolve around individuals and their ideas alone, aside from their followers.“They make their ideas rule the day. They don’t accept any other views, but their own. They say, it is my way or the highway,” he told his audience.Mr. Kollie said the LPDP on the other hand, is centered on core principles, which are not person-specific or personality-driven, rather, its democratic ethos and moral rules involve caring for the poor, lifting the weak, the down-trodden and providing for the less privileged in society.“LPDP are ordinary citizens who decided that enough is enough. We are now taking matters into our own hands. Our youth and female members are the leading forces behind this unstoppable movement who see victory as the only viable choice,” he emphasized. Meanwhile the party has elected it officials who will steer affairs up to the 2017 presidential and legislative elections. Those elected are G. Wesseh Blamo, chairman, National Advisory Council; Fred C. Lamadine, national vice chair for administration; Cllr. Edward K. Goba, national vice chair for legal and policy affairs; Rep. Alex C. Grant, national vice chair for regional and electoral affairs; and Manipakei Domoe, national secretary general.Other are Yeaner Karter, national vice chair for international affairs; Jerry Roberts, national vice chair for operations; D. Wah Hne, Jr., national vice chair for political affairs; George Woodtor, national vice chair for press and public affairs; and Patrick Nixon, national youth league chairman. Earlier, the party’s national advisory council chair, G. Wesseh Blamo, said the fact that the party’s convention was violence free is an indication that the LPDP will exhibit a high level of maturity at the national level.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Sellen Jara consoled the mourners, urging them not to cry because “Dennis is in heaven.” Her graceful air impressed the cadre of hardened military officers who sat before her. “Her will and her beliefs are as strong as I have ever seen, unfortunately, for all the funerals we’ve had to attend,” said Command Sgt. Maj. Harold London of the 40th Infantry Division. Brig. Gen. John Harell said the soldiers in Sellen’s group had been removing ammunition from their weapons after returning to the base from a patrol mission when the accidental shooting occurred. “One of his buddies in the same group had an accidental discharge,” he said. He called Sellen a superior soldier. An investigation is ongoing, and it is not yet known whether the soldier, whose name was not released, will be disciplined. Sellen’s uncle, retired Army Lt. Col. William Sellen, asked the crowd to find forgiveness for the young man who accidentally took his nephew’s life. GLENDALE – More than 200 mourners, many in military uniforms, bid farewell Thursday to a young Sylmar man they knew as a singer, a jokester, a confidant and, in the end, a soldier in Iraq. Many jammed into a small chapel to pay their respects to Army National Guard Spc. Dennis Sellen Jr., 20, who died in Iraq on Feb.11 in an apparent accident. His sister Vanessa, supported by her three siblings, eulogized Sellen. His mother, Silvia Sellen Jara, sang a spiritual ballad in his memory. “I could talk to him about anything; he could always make me laugh,” said his 22-year-old sister, Vanessa, choking back tears. Recalling her brother’s charisma, she added, “I could introduce him to any of my friends, and he would instantly click with them – especially the ladies.” Sellen was deployed to Iraq in September, assigned to the 185th Infantry Regiment, Fresno. He died in Umm Qasr, Iraq. About 13,000 Army National Guard soldiers have been deployed worldwide since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001; about 22 have died. Staff Sgt. Jose Aguilar, Sellen’s squad leader, stood by the grave. “He was a good solider,” Aguilar said. “He had a great personality, a great sense of humor.” Sellen and his childhood buddies from Arat Street in Sylmar still kept in touch. Jason Buchanan, 21, said: “He shines all the time. Everywhere he goes, he just makes everybody laugh.” Vernon Barnwell, one of Sellen’s brothers-in-law, summed it up: “Everybody loved him. He’s going to be greatly missed. There’s nothing he wouldn’t do to help somebody.” Sellen attended College of the Canyons for one semester as a part-time student in spring 2006. His death was the first military casualty to strike Santa Clarita since three young soldiers were killed in 2004. email@example.com (661) 257-5255160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Nicolas Gaitan 1 Manchester United had another bid for Nicolas Gaitan rejected by Benfica in January, it has been revealed.United have made several attempts to sign the Argentine winger during the last few transfer windows but the player has remained loyal to the Portuguese club.The Red Devils’ bid was reportedly trumped by UAE side Al Ahli in January, but Gaitan reportedly turned down the move as he wants to remain in Europe.“We made an offer of €35million, which Benfica accepted, since it was higher than the €30 million offered by Manchester United,” Al Ahli coach Cosmin Olaroiu said.Atletico Madrid are also understood to be keen on landing the 27-year-old and Gaitan is apparently holding out for a move to the Vicente Calderon in the summer, when he can link up with compatriot Diego Simeone.
Coral’s Dave Stevens joins the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast to round up the latest sporting odds.It emerged on Wednesday night that Manchester United have made a move for £100m-rated Everton striker Romelu Lukaku.Chelsea remain the favourites to sign Lukaku, however, with Coral offering 4/7 that the Belgian will rejoin the Premier League champions, while it is 6/4 he will join United.Coral is the official betting partner of the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast
BREAKING NEWS: Gardai have sealed off a derelict house on the outskirts of Killygordon after reports that there may be explosives inside.It is believed there was a fire in the house at Ballinacor earlier today.However Gardai subsequently received a report that there may be some type of explosive substance contained in the house. The house is close to the Setanta Hurling Club near The Cross.Donegal’s Acting Chief Fire Officer Bobby McMenamin confirmed both Gardai and Fire Services were at the scene.“There has been a report that there is an explosive substance in the house but we are still trying to determine that.“Both the Gardai and the Fire Services are at the scene. “The area has been sealed off but there are no reports of any injuries at this stage,” he said.A spokesman for the Garda Press office said they are treating the fire as suspicious and have sealed off the entrance to the house.Locals have said an electrical fault may have caused the fire to the old farmhouse. GARDAI SEAL OFF HOUSE AFTER REPORT OF EXPLOSIVES INSIDE was last modified: January 24th, 2012 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:explosivesfireKillygordon
High Jump4. Tamar Mosby, 5-37. Taylor Patton, 5-1 400 Meters5. Rai Ahmed-Green, 58.319. Ebele Okoye, 1:00.8912. Victoria Coombe, 1:01.3913. Kaylen Rettig, 1:01.4720. Bryce Lang, 1:03.35 Story Links Triple Jump1. Taryn Rolle, 40-8.25 High Jump3. Forest Moses, 6-4.75 Mile5. Mykaela Cole, 5:19.408. Morgan Garcia, 5:25.73 4×400-Meter Relay6. Webb, Cozine, Lechleitner, Bognar, 3:31.909. Ejubovic, Lombardi, Zak, Priebe, 3:32.45 Complete Results (HTML) Nine members of the Drake University men’s and women’s track and field teams set 10 personal bests on Friday evening at the Missouri Invitational while others nearly recorded career performances in what was for many, just their second competition of the indoor season. 800 Meters3. George Webb, 1:57.257. Cory Erickson, 1:59.729. Xavier Lechleitner, 2:00.06 Pole Vault7. Erik Olson, 13-7 60-Meter Hurdles (Prelims)3. Hudson Priebe, 8.436. Dominic Lombardi, 8.55 Long Jump7. Brittani Griesbaum. 17-5.58. Taryn Rolle, 17-5.25 Mile15. Kyle Cass, 4:34.7618. Kyle Brandt, 4:36.21 60-Meter Hurdles (Final)3. Hudson Priebe, 8.306. Dominic Lombardi, 8.44 800 Meters2. Kayla Giuliano, 2:19.983. Danielle Griesbaum, 2:23.609. Meghan Kearney, 2:27.6615. Paige Nicholson, 2:28.96 On the track for the women, Victoria Coombe (Centennial, Colo.) was third in the 60-meter hurdles in 9.09. Prior to that, she ran the second-fastest time in the preliminary heats with a personal best time of 8.97.”Tori [Coombe] has been looking good all week at practice and with Mary [Young] being off this week, she had a chance to lead our hurdlers and she did just that with a personal best in the prelims,” Bennett added. “She executed everything right and the time showed that.” Kayla Giuliano (Lake In The Hills, Ill.) also recorded an indoor personal best in the 800 meters with a second-place time of 2:19.18 to lead three Bulldogs in the top 10 as she was followed by Danielle Griesbaum (Lake Villa, Ill.) and Meghan Kearney (Kansas City, Mo.) in third and ninth places, respectively.”Meghan [Kearney] gets the spotlight of the meet tonight,” Bennett said. “She got tripped up and fell half way through her 800-meter race. I think everybody watching would have been ok with her not finishing, but she got up and sprinted the rest of the race. That’s demonstrating the Bulldog Way and our team’s mindset. I could have not been more proud of her.”In the longer distances, freshmen Mykaela Cole (Urbandale, Iowa) and Morgan Garcia (Marion, Iowa), were fifth and eighth in the mile. Long Jump8. Tyler Zak, 20-6.25 Drake Individual Women’s Results60 Meters9. Mariah Crawford, 7.87 200 Meters11. Mariah Crawford, 26.2514. Ebele Okoye, 26.4719. Kaylen Rettig, 26.85 Meanwhile in the 800 meters, the Bulldogs had three runners in the top 10 with senior George Webb (Morton Grove, Ill.) finishing third in 1:57.25 while junior Cory Erickson (Duluth, Minn.) was seventh with a personal best of 1:59.72. Earlier in the evening, Hudson Priebe (Chamberlain, S.D.) was third in the 60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.30, just two one-hundreths of second off his personal best. Dominic Lombardi (Columbus, Ohio) was sixth in the event with a personal best of 8.44.”Overall, we had great performances from both the men and women,” Bennett said. “I couldn’t be more proud of them on how they competed from the first race to the last race. This team is special and I’m excited to see what next week at UNI will bring.”The Bulldogs continue their season next weekend in Cedar Falls, Iowa, to compete in the Jack Jennette and Mark Messersmith Invitationals Jan. 27-28. 200 Meters6. Bas Van Leersum, 22.448. Caulin Graves, 22.5818. Hudson Priebe, 23.0926. Deonne Witherspoon, 23.4429. Nihad Ejubovic, 23.9031. Tyler Zak, 23.97 Drake Individual Men’s Results60 Meters (Prelims)17. Caulin Graves, 7.1022. Deonne Witherspoon, 7.13 Pole Vault2. Christina LeMunyon, 10-6.25 4×400-Meter Relay3. Ahmed-Green, Rettig, Crawford, Okoye, 3:57.836. Giuliano, Kearney, Nicholson, Garcia, 4:11.02 Complete Results (PDF) 60-Meter Hurdles (Final)3. Victoria Coombe, 9.09 60-Meter Hurdles (Prelims)2. Victoria Coombe, 8.979. Bryce Lang, 9.82 Competing against programs such as Missouri, Missouri State, Southeast Missouri State, SIU Edwardsville and a bevy of other Midwestern teams, the Bulldogs also recorded 31 top-10 finishes with some of the team’s top competitors taking the week off from competition.”Today’s meet was a great marker to see how we as a team would fair with a short training week,” said co-interim head coach LaRon Bennett. “We were excited to see how we would fare against SEC and some of the top junior college programs in the nation. We train with the mindset that we can compete against anybody in the country, and I think tonight Drake answered that challenge.” In the jumps, Taryn Rolle (Nassau, The Bahamas) continued to perform well by winning the women’s triple jump with a mark of 40-8.25 that was just 1.25 inches off of her personal best, which ranks second all-time in the Drake record books. She was also eighth in the long jump. 400 Meters3. Bas Van Leersum, 49.2815. Dominic Lombardi, 52.1315. Blair Barrow, 52.1321. Nihad Ejubovic, 54.60 Weight Throw7. Michael Dolan, 49-5 Christina LeMunyon (Overland Park, Kan.) finished second in the pole vault with an indoor personal best of 10-6.25, the fifth-best indoor mark in school history. The men were led by a pair of top-10 finishes from All-MVC competitor Bas Van Leersum (Zandaam, The Netherlands). Primarily a 400-meter hurdles specialist, Van Leersum was third in the 400 meters in 49.28 and sixth in the 200 meters in 22.44.”Bas showed his range by dropping down and running the 200,” Bennett said. “With a PR in this event and finishing 3rd in the 400, he continues to prove to be a challenge for anyone on the track.” Print Friendly Version
Story Links Stats (XML) Full Schedule Roster Next Game: “We played a great opponent. We need to learn and grow from this to be the kind of team we want to be moving forward in the season,” said Drake head coach Rick Fox.In front more 23,000 rowdy Montana fans in one of the Football Championship Subdivision’s toughest atmospheres, the Grizzlies made it even more difficult for the Bulldogs to get comfortable offensively as they brought the pressure on nearly every play, which produced seven sacks, 11 tackles for a loss and four Bulldog turnovers. However, turnovers began to mount for the Bulldogs with Montana capitalizing for a pair of touchdowns in the final 44 seconds of the third quarter to take a 31-10 lead. The Bulldogs converted on a 7-play, 63-yard drive to open the fourth quarter capped by a 3-yard strike from Kraemer to Will Purdom to pull within two scores at 31-16. However, that would be the final time the Bulldogs found the endzone as Montana scored three more times to end the game with the 48-16 advantage. “Montana’s blitz was getting to us all day. We knew that and were prepared for the blitz, but we didn’t pick it up and handle it as well as we needed. They also have a lot of defensive speed and we saw that on the field,” said FoxDalton Sneed paced Montana’s offense with a game-high 65 rushing yards, 278 passing yards and a combined three touchdowns. He completed 31-of-47 passes. Jerry Louie-McGee was Sneed’s top target as he caught 14 passes for 133 yards and a touchdown. Sean Lynch and Will Warner led Drake’s defense with seven tackles apiece. Drake surrendered just 10 first-half points to the No. 14 Grizzlies and a Danny Donley 45-yard field goal to start the second quarter accounted for the 10-7 halftime score. The Grizzlies scored to open the third quarter, but Drake countered with a well-executed fake punt that turned in a 49-yard touchdown run by Will Warner to make the score 17-10 Montana with 4:46 left in the third quarter. MISSOULA, Mont. – The Drake University football team fell to No. 14 Montana, 48-16, Saturday afternoon at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. Watch Live Missouri S&T 9/15/2018 – 1 p.m. Preview Buy Tickets Live Stats ESPN 1350 KRNT Stats (HTML) “I thought our defense played a great game but eventually they just wore out with the athletes that they have and their quarterback is a great player. He can do so many different things to you and you think a play is done and he makes thing happen,” said Fox.Despite getting blitzed on nearly every play, Drake’s Grant Kraemer completed 23-of-42 passes for 281 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions that turned into 14 UM points. Kraemers’ top target was Devin Cates, who caught nine passes for 80 yards. Steven Doran hauled in four Kraemer passes for 64 yards. The Bulldogs return to Drake Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 17 when they host Missouri S&T. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. Print Friendly Version
,000 in the Crack the Code game on the National Lottery’s The Million Euro Challenge game show on RTE on Saturday 14th February 2015. Pictured at the presentation of prizes are from left to right: Eddie Banville, Head of Marketing, The National Lottery; Catherine Sproule, the winning player and The Million Euro Challenge Host Nicky Byrne. Pic: Mac Innes PhotographyShe may not retire or even get a new car for that matter.But Catherine Sproule from Castlefin is a happy on.Catherine has won €2,000 in the Crack the Code game on the National Lottery’s The Million Euro Challenge game show on RTE on Saturday 14th February 2015. Pictured at the presentation of prizes are from left to right: Eddie Banville, Head of Marketing, The National Lottery; Catherine Sproule, the winning player and The Million Euro Challenge Host Nicky Byrne. DONEGAL WOMAN WINS €2,000 ON LOTTO SHOW was last modified: February 16th, 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:castlefinCATHERINE SPROULEdonegallottery