Roberto Carlos defends Solari: “You can’t win everything, if it wouldn’t be called Liga Real Madrid”

first_imgAnd an amateur responded to the tweet with the following message: “Thank you for what you did last season.” LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of March 5, 2020 There are many titles in recent years friend, you can not always win but it would be called the Royal League MADRID, champions Real Madrid, Real Madrid Cup, greetings and good health, okay?– Roberto Carlos (@ Oficial_RC3) March 5, 2020That did not really like the left side of the white team, which has not hesitated to respond to the user of Twitter explaining that Real Madrid cannot win everything always: “There are many titles in the last few years, my friend. You can’t always win, if it wouldn’t be called the Real Madrid League, the Real Madrid Champions League, the Real Madrid Cup … Greetings and good health, okay?”center_img Roberto Carlos has come out in defense of his friend and former partner, Santiago Hernán Solari, coach of Real Madrid during the past season. The club paid tribute to him and the former Brazilian player uploaded a photo to social networks to congratulate him.last_img read more

‘IBEX Remains Committed to Liberian Businesses’

first_imgThe Mission Director for United States Agency for International development (USAID) to Liberia, John Mark Winfield, has assured the business community that the entity will continue to provide financial and technical assistances to local businesses in the country.Mr. Winfield made the assertion over the weekend when he signed an Agreement with two banking institutions, including Ecobank Liberia Limited and the International Bank to expand support to Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) across the country.According to him, USAID through its Liberia-IBEX program focuses on enterprise development, and provides key business development and financial management services that entrepreneurs—specifically female entrepreneurs- could use to their benefit.“Women are contributors to the economic viability of any nation,” Mr. Winfield declared.He added that, IBEX could help prepare business financial records and loan packages, and then refer any entrepreneur to the banks as well as building the bank staffs’ capacity to deal effectively with SMEs.Mr. Winfield also pointed out that Liberian entrepreneurs’ reliance should now be on their profits for expansion and sustainability of their businesses.IBEX-Liberia has, in recent time, provided lots of services to Liberian businesses; including technical support and capacity building for SMEs, banks, and small entrepreneurs accessing finance.The USAID Mission Director also used the occasion to re-assure the people of Liberia of the U.S.’s continued support to building the capacity of entrepreneurs.For his part, Ecobank Managing Director, Kola Adeleke, promised to work with international partners to ensure that the Liberian economic is well developed.According to him, no country can prosper without the help of donors, adding, “We need to provide loans to local businesses in the country.”The Ecobank executive reiterated his bank’s commitment to provide loans to SME’s. Henry Saamoi, International Bank’s Managing Director said the only way Liberia can grow is when Liberians themselves are involved in the economic development of the country.Mr. Saamoi told the delegates that International Bank would ensure that the country’s economic system improves.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

PNC/APNU unmoved by AFC’s LGE protestations

first_imgBy Michael YoungeA high-ranking official within the People’s National Congress (PNC) on Thursday said his party is “unmoved” and “unfazed” by the ongoing protestations by its coalition partner, the Alliance For Change (AFC), in relation to the failure of the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) to reach an alliance to compete in the upcoming Local Government Elections under one banner.The official, who spoke under anonymity, said the PNC under the leadership of General Secretary Amna Ally and party leader, David Granger, was already engaged in preparatory works for the upcoming elections. He said the PNC was prepared to “go to the polls with or without the AFC under the APNU platform”.“Well if push comes to shove and there is conflict within the APNU too, we do not foresee a difficulty going to polls as a single party even though we remain committed to electoral alliances and the notion of coalition politics”. He said his party was constantly engaged in monitoring the work of the Guyana Elections Commission and had already started to scout and recruit suitably qualified individuals to serve as candidates and Councillors throughout the length and breadth of the country.“The PNC knows what is at stake at the upcoming LGE polls and we are not willing to take any chances,” he remarked. Asked if the Executive of the party was at all concerned by some of the demands that are being made by the AFC in its discussions with the APNU,” he responded in the positive.“As you are aware, Mr Harmon is part of those discussions and he is not only representing the interests of the APNU but the positions of the PNC. We are not likely to enter into an unfavourable agreement with the AFC because it is throwing a temper tantrum and flexing its muscles,” he remarked.The PNC official said the AFC is becoming “greedy and is asking for far too much” during the talks.Efforts to contact Ally on Thursday all day for an update on the status of the talks between the PNC-lead APNU and the AFC proved futile as calls went unanswered to both her mobile and office phones.But AFC General Secretary Marlon Williams, speaking with the Guyana Times on Thursday said the talks which are ongoing have been “aggressive” and “progressive”. He said there are still a number of issues to be ironed out between the APNU and AFC as discussions continue over the coming weeks.He said the AFC still held the view that the two parties were “better together” but it was still cognisant of the need to reach a finalised agreement on not only how they would compete at the upcoming polls but how they would share their successes and the amount of seats garnered within various municipalities.“Our biggest challenge remains unseating the People’s Progressive Party Civic [PPP/C],” Williams remarked, as he referred to the large number of votes that the party had garnered at the local polls in various parts of the country after the return of the LGE following an 18-year hiatus. He said the AFC’s talks with the APNU could not affect the party’s own preparation to go to the polls alone if no formidable agreement was reached.The AFC’s General Secretary insisted that the AFC wanted what was best for the country’s over development and a complete return to democracy and good governance at the local levels where monies allocated for regional and Local Government Organs are actually spent on the stipulated projects and not returned unused to the public coffers as is the case in certain PPP/C areas.“Within the AFC and within the talks, we still have various positions on a number of different issues in relation to the LGE polls,” he admitted. Asked if there was a stipulated deadline set to wrap up talks in the interest of having sufficient time to campaign for the LGE, Williams said the party will be guided by its Executive and the status of the talks as the time draws nearer.On Sunday, following a National Executive Council (NEC) meeting of the AFC on Saturday, the party said having already commenced its campaign, it has now started with the identification of candidates.That meeting was held at the Wamlan Pai Kulanau Pona at the Sophia Exhibition Centre, Greater Georgetown, and resulted in a pre-campaign plan of action and the broad outlines of strategic plans for the campaigns in each of the nine administrative regions in which LGE will be contested being devised.Having felt it was disadvantaged in the 2016 Local Government polls with regards to the allocation of candidates, the AFC had been mulling whether it should contest the LGEs alone this time round.However, the party subsequently initiated discussions with its coalition partner to discuss the way forward.The AFC had said the party has proposed nine major points to be negotiated; the upcoming LGE being the first. The AFC is reportedly demanding 60 per cent of the total seats secured after the LGE.This demand comes after AFC Councillors in the Georgetown municipality has been sidelined by the APNU’s Councillors on a number of issues inclusive of the controversial parking meter project.last_img read more

Five more teams advance to round 2

first_imgBCB/Brian Ramphal 1st Division Double- Wicket Competition…The Hilbert Foster-led Berbice Cricket Board (BCB), continuing to break new ground in the Ancient County, is, for the first time in its 79-year history, hosting a double-wicket competition for first division teams.Twelve pairs drawn from ten clubs started the knockout tournament, which is being played in an effort to bring out the cricketing public and simultaneously renew the passion for the game by all involved.The winning pairs advancing are Rose Hall Town ‘A’, Blairmont, Albion ‘A,’ Albion ‘B’, and Upper Corentyne; while the game between Tucber Park and Rose Hall Canje is yet to be played, due to rain.In the matches played, the Blairmont pair of Imran Khan and Kevin Jawahir defeated West Berbice by 22 runs. Blairmont raised 34 in four overs, with Imran Khan contributing 26; then West Berbice crumbled to 12 all out, as Khan andKevin UmraoJawahir took one wicket each.Rose Hall Town ‘A’ defeated Police by 40 runs. The eventual victor posted 60 without loss, with Kevin Sinclair and Clinton Pestano both unbeaten on 31 and 22 respectively. The team then restricted Police to 22 all out, and shared a wicket each.Upper Corentyne defeated Skeldon by one wicket, the later posting 50 – 1 in four overs, compliments of Errol Byass, who was left not out on 41. Upper Corentyne steamed to 51 – 1 in 3.4 overs, as Rishi Persaud had 31 and Lakeram Latchman made 15.Albion ‘A’ defeated Rose Hall Town ‘B’ by 32 runs. Albion ‘A’ made 50 in four overs, with Jonathan Foo putting up the bulk of the score with 49, as Eon Hooper took one wicket. Rose Hall Town ‘B’ were routed for 18 runs in 2 overs.Albion ‘B’ defeated Port Mourant by 36 runs at Port Mourant. Albion ‘B’ posted 46 all out in four overs, with Gudakesh Motie contributing 45, then bowled Port Mourant out for 10.Each first division club in Berbice selected three players to participate in the tournament, with two of them playing at a time. Albion Community Centre Cricket Club and Rose Hall Town Gizmos & Gadgets, as the top two clubs in Berbice, were given two pairs, but one of the players must be an Under-19 player. Each pair is supported by six additional fielders.The tournament is being sponsored by overseas-based Guyanese Brian Ramphal, who earlier in the year had donated $1 million of his personal funds to the Berbice Cricket Board.last_img read more

Former Fort St. John City Councillor passes away

first_imgA wife, mother, grandmother,  former city councillor of twelve years and beloved figure in the community passed away over the weekend.Jeanne Elizabeth Pryndik (Roberts), passed away at 86 on September 7th.She is survived by her husband Alec, son John, daughter Kathie (Darrell) Holmes, and grandson Spencer.- Advertisement -She was born in Lacombe, Alberta to Jack and Cecil Roberts on November 18th 1928, and had one brother, Len.After finishing high school, Jeanne moved on to Calgary. In 1952, she met Alec Pryndik, and the two were married in 1953.Alec recalled fondly the happy memories they made living across Canada, coast to coast – in Edmonton, Vancouver, Calgary, Hinton, Montreal, and St. John’s.Advertisement Moving to Fort St. John with her family in 1969, Jeanne became very involved in the community and was on city council from 1990 to 2002.She was the president of the Oil Wives Club for quite a few years, involved in the Royal Canadian Legion, the MS Society, Cancer Society, Minor Ball, and Minor Hockey – just to name a few of her endeavours.To many, she was also known as “Hot dog Jeanne” for her participation in her children’s hot dog days at school, and with Minor Ball.Jeanne was also a lung cancer survivor, defeating the disease at the age of 80.Advertisement A recipient of the Order of Canada, The Service of Above Self Award in 2002 from the Rotary Club, and many other awards of Recognition for her Achievements, her family remembers her being a happy and loving member of the family, even in her remaining days.There will be no service, as per Jeanne’s request. Instead, those wishing to express sympathy are asked to give one hour of volunteer service to better the community, and send her and the family a prayer.Her full obituary is available here, where condolences can be left.last_img read more

Manchester United deal for Pedro on hold after Barcelona ace suffers injury

first_img Pedro in action for Barcelona Manchester United may have to wait until the final days of the transfer window to complete a deal to sign Pedro from Barcelona.The Red Devils were hoping to secure the Spaniard’s signature this week but Barca have put the move on hold until Neymar returns to fitness.The Brazil star has been ruled out for two weeks with mumps so Pedro is expected to start Barca’s Super Cup game against Sevilla tomorrow night.And according to Marca, the European champions will only let Pedro leave if they are happy that Neymar will return in the right condition before the window slams shut. 1last_img read more


first_imgCOMMENT: It stops now.Letterkenny General HospitalThe bluster, the waffle, the excuses.When breast cancer surgeon Mr Michael Sugrue says he is considering resigning because he cannot do his job properly, it’s time to sit up and take notice. Without a second surgeon at Letterkenny General Hospital, he says he is effectively being forced out of the facility.It comes as speculation mounts that cancer services in Donegal may be centralised to Galway.Once again the Donegal public is being treated like a second-class citizen.The Saolta University Health Care Group say they are meeting appointment requirements for the women of Donegal. But the reality is that cancer services in Donegal are literally crumbling before our eyes and the centralisation of such services is NOT the answer.That is what Mr Sugrue and his fellow surgeon Kevin Moran, who is due to resign shortly,  realise.And that is why these men, who would much rather being trying to save the lives of people than speaking out about the lack of services, are doing this.Nothing short of a second breast cancer surgeon will alleviate the pressure on our cancer services in Donegal.We need action, not excuses or explanations and we need it now. CANCER CRISIS: THE DISGUSTING TREATMENT OF DONEGAL WOMEN MUST STOP NOW was last modified: February 25th, 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:cancer servicesdonegalMICHAEL SUGRUESaoltalast_img read more


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first_imgLIFFORD CLONLEIGH RESOURCE CENTRELOCAL NOTESWEEK COMMENCING MON 2ND JULY 20 Year Celebration:All the management and staff in the Resource Centre would like to thank everyone who helped out on the day of the celebrations, and also the members of the community who came along and showed their support. A great day was had by all who attended and we hope that we can see it through another 20 years.Summer Programme – Cross Border Connections – Mon 9th – Fri 13nd July, Cost €15 This programme is being run by Cross Border Connections who are based in the Lifford Clonleigh Resource Centre. There is a maximum number of 40 spaces available and the programme is suitable for 12 – 18 years olds. Children must bring a packed lunch every day and dress according to the weather.Below is a timetable of activities for the week:Monday 18th June,10a.m – 3p.m Lifford Clonleigh R.C Mask MakingTuesday 19th June10a.m – 3p.m Lifford Clonleigh R.C Japanese Drumming Laser TagWed 20th June10a.m – 3p.m Lifford Clonleigh R.C T-shirt Printing (subject to change)Thurs 21st June 10a.m – 3p.m Lifford Clonleigh R.C Games & ActivitiesFri 22nd June10a.m – 4.45p.m (approx.) Bus Departs Lifford Clonleigh R.C Brunswick Bowl & CinemaSt. Columb’s Park HousePlease call into reception for an application form.Silver Circle: We are still running the silver circle draw in the centre and still have some cards and lines available if anyone is interested in taking part. There are only 40 cards in total with 5 lines on each card making the odds of winning 1st prize 20/1 and 7/1 of winning 2nd or 3rd.1st Prize: €500, 2nd Prize: €300, 3rd Prize: €100, Collector’s Prize: €100For further information, please contact reception on 07491 41773LOCAL NEWS: LIFFORD CLONLEIGH NOTES was last modified: June 27th, 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:Lifford Clonleigh noteslast_img read more


first_imgTHAT Santa fella is a busy boy!He’s been touring all sorts of places in Co Donegal in recent days.And there was some commotion in Ballybofey today when he arrived at Ireland’s No1 Department Store – McElhinneys – in a fire engine. It was straight onto the escalator and up into a chair made especially for him.Santa will be instore every Saturday (1-5pm) and Sunday (2-5pm) between now and Christmas.So get those letters written!  SANTA ARRIVES AT McELHINNEYS – IN A FIRE ENGINE was last modified: December 1st, 2012 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:SANTA ARRIVES AT McELHINNEYS – IN A FIRE ENGINElast_img read more