Aguirre clings to the message of meritocracy in the Leganés

first_imgJavier Aguirre is 60 years old and has a vast experience as a coach in Spain. Already become the foreign coach with more matches in LaLiga (365) the pulse does not tremble when making decisions. Be of the draft. In the last weeks in Leganés, the Mexican coach has already taken a few based on the scale of meritrocacia. And the ones that will come. A warning message that already became palpable in the alignment. For the first time without more commitments ahead of the League, that is, without any obligation to rotate due to the presence of the Cup, the coach used an eleven against the Txuri-Urdin in which two regulars fell. Óscar Rodríguez and Rubén Pérez did not play at the start. Recio and Eraso were his substitutes.“Leaving substitute is not easy”In the case of the first, Oscar, entered in the 80th minute to become, in 94 ’, hero of the day. His foul goal did not cover his bitter feeling for being on the bench.“I have entered with great desire. Leaving substitute is not easy. I have tried to do my best and, in the end, I have helped with a goal. I have done well the time I have played. Sometimes it is up to some, and sometimes to others. You have to make it difficult for the coach. The competition? Noticeable. That is good. It is very good to give the best of each one, “confessed that of Los Navalmorales after the victory. His absence against Real could be explained by rotations (he started at the Camp Nou and played everything in the Cup) and also by the good role played by Recio and Roque Mesa in the double pivot against Atlético de Madrid. In his case, the arrival of Amadou will involve injecting competition into a position for which Aguirre did not have the former Rivera pickle. It was not the first time that, in the last days, he stayed out of eleven. Already against Atlético de Madrid he stayed in the bank and only played ten minutes despite the fact that, against Ebro, in the Cup, he only competed 31 minutes. Its last ownership occurred in the derby (0-3) against Getafe. In that duel he was replaced as in thirteen others. With fourteen relays, Oscar is the most substituted First Division player. Despite this, it has only stopped playing a game in what we have been on course.More competition, more difficult to playIn the case of Rubén Pérez there was the paradox of being the first meeting in which the Andalusian was summoned, but did not play at the start. Moreover, in the course we have played, he has played all the games he has competed from start to finish, except for the duel against Granada, in which he left injured. That ailment forced him to stop until his reappearance against Barça, in the second game of Aguirre on the bench.center_img With a template removed (eleven changes, four new faces, 24 players in total) a new stage is coming in which the gallons, says the Basque, will be won on a daily basis, whatever the name of the affected person for good (play) or for bad (not play). “I’m happy. New guys generate internal competition for us. That makes the boys who were already more animated. Everyone has to shake“commented the Mexican after winning the Real last Sunday. The Spaniard (now in Girona), with Arnáiz (now in Osasuna), are two other examples of the new Aguirre policy. In his opinion, neither were able to compete in the last matches. Therefore, despite the absence of players in the squad, despite the shortage of the winter market, the coach left them out of the last games and even preferred to throw before the quarry. Now, with four new members on the roster, playing at Leganés will be more expensive than everlast_img read more

Missing Fort Nelson woman last seen in Fort St. John Friday

first_imgThat is reportedly unusual for Dennis, who lives in Fort Nelson but frequently visits Fort St. John where she has family. Dennis is described as Aboriginal, five foot six inches tall, 135 pounds, with chin length straight brown hair, and was wearing glasses, jeans and a jacket. Anyone with information on her whereabouts, or the two males she was in the company of Friday, is asked to contact RCMP at 250-787-8100 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.- Advertisement –last_img

Awaken The Giant Tour coming to Paddle For The Peace

first_img“Accordingly, KAIROS is calling for construction on Site C dam to be suspended; that no more permits be issued for Site C dam until the Indigenous peoples, whose lands and ways of life will be affected, are able to exercise their right to free, prior and informed consent, in keeping with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. KAIROS is also calling for a thorough, arms-length review by the BC Utilities Commission.”Rolling Justice Bus spokesperson Janet Gray says this bus ride is extremely important, and also explains the meaning behind why it is called the “Awaken The Giant” Tour.“We’re calling this journey to the Peace River the Awaken the Giant tour because we think that the people of BC haven’t been paying attention to what’s been happening in the northern part of our province over the past decade or so. The rapid industrialization of the north- fracking, LNG projects, pipelines, Site C dam construction- all of these initiatives represent a way of thinking about development and resources that disconnect us from the earth and from each other. Aboriginal and non-aboriginal communities are being divided by what government and industry are doing and the rest of BC remains silent. We think this must change. This is not just a local issue. If Site C proceeds, the financial burden it will place on BC Hydro will be shared by everyone. The people of BC are like a sleeping giant. Once awakened- once more of us better appreciate what’s happening in the north and the consequences for the entire province- the giant will rise up and use its strength and clear vision to build a new kind of economy for BC.” FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – A group of 45 members will travel from Vancouver to make the trek up north to participate in the Paddle For The Peace.The group is called “The rolling justice bus”. The group with people from Vancouver Island and the lower Mainland will leave Vancouver on Thursday, July 7th and travel by bus to Fort St. John.The group says they are proud to participate in the event.“The Rolling Justice Bus community is proud to be supporting this celebration of the beautiful Peace Valley and the mighty river that sustains it.”- Advertisement -The RJB is also a part of another group called KAIROS. Also known as Canadian Ecumenical Justice Initiatives.It is “a organization concerned that construction of the Site C dam will violate Indigenous peoples’ rights and exacerbate ecological damage caused by previous dams.”KIROS is calling on the Site C project to be halted and no more permits be issued.Advertisementlast_img read more

Talk is cheap as Arsenal’s Wenger eyes more misery for Everton

first_imgBut Wenger, speaking ahead of the Gunners’ visit to Everton on Sunday, effectively pointed to his players’ medals as proof of their quality and character.“The only response we have to give is on the pitch and not listen too much to what people say,” he said.“If you look at these players and what they have achieved in their careers, I think that speaks much more than any sentence at a post-match press conference.“When you’re questioned, in our job there is only one response and that is on the pitch.”The Frenchman was just as dismissive of reports that Germany midfield player Mezut Ozil wants to join Manchester United in January.“We have to deal with all kinds of speculation when the players are at the end of their contracts,” he said.“On the other hand, to be professional is to give 100 per cent as long as you are somewhere. For the rest, we came out many times and said that’s the situation.“The media can come out tomorrow and say that he extends his contract here. It will be exactly the same, it will not change anything. When you play the next game, commit 100 per cent.”Neither issue, he insisted, would affect his plans for the visit to Goodison Park, when Arsenal can pile extra pressure on under-fire Everton manager Ronald Koeman.“I believe that at the moment I just focus on what is the best possible team for the next game and have no pre-conceived ideas if the guy will be 100 per cent committed or not,” Wenger said.Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey are expected to return to the Arsenal starting eleven, and Laurent Koscielny is fit to play after cramp forced him off towards the end of the Watford match.Koeman, meanwhile, has complete faith that the players he signed in the transfer window will get his side’s season back on track.The Dutchman made a sizeable outlay to bring in Jordan Pickford, Michael Keane, Wayne Rooney, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Davy Klaassen and Sandro Ramirez but Everton find themselves languishing in 16th place in the Premier League.“I still believe in the players, and I still believe in the signings that we made in the summer,” Koeman said.“Maybe some people can have doubts about some of them at the moment but the future will tell everybody that the signings we made were really good ones.“We need to take the situation for what it is now and prepare our team for Sunday.“Of course, we have discussions internally about the tough start, the fixtures, Europa League football but the position in the table is not where we need to stay and that is what we need to change.”Koeman will decide whether to recall Phil Jagielka, Leighton Baines and Rooney against the Gunners after he rested the trio for Everton’s 2-1 defeat to Lyon in the Europa League on Thursday.James McCarthy is available again having recovered from the knee and hamstring problems which have prevented him from making a first-team appearance this season, while fellow midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin has shaken off a knock picked up against Lyon.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Arsenal’s coach Arsene Wenger says his players record proves they cannot be bullied © AFP / ANDREJ ISAKOVICLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 21 – Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dismissed suggestions from Watford striker Troy Deeney that his players can be bullied and show little stomach for a physical battle.Deeney made the remarks after Arsenal’s 2-1 defeat at Vicarage Road last weekend, when his introduction as a substitute unsettled the Arsenal defence and turned the game in Watford’s favour.last_img read more

Massimo Cellino considering future as Leeds United owner – ‘It’s been a nightmare’

first_imgLeeds owner Massimo Cellino has admitted he is considering his future at the club, admitting his spell in charge at Elland Road has been “a nightmare”.The 59-year-old Italian lodged his appeal against a second Football League ban in 12 months on Wednesday, having failed its owners’ and directors’ test last week following another tax conviction in Italy.Steve Evans recently became the club’s sixth head coach since Cellino took control of the club in April 2014, but he has yet to win in three games and Leeds are without a home victory in nearly eight months after Thursday night’s 2-0 defeat to Blackburn.“I’m losing my balls,” Cellino told The Times, who have reported rumours of renewed interest in the club from Red Bull.“Ten years ago, I had more balls, but since I came here it’s been a nightmare.“Now I have a low quality of life. I feel shame when I walk to the shop to buy cigarettes if we lose a game.“I convinced my family to come here and they have run away.“It’s like being at a party where you’re not welcome. It’s killing me. Every night I lie awake, asking myself, ‘Am I good enough?’.”If Cellino loses his appeal he will be banned from office until June next year. His previous disqualification in relation to a tax conviction in Italy ran from January to May.On his latest conviction, for failing to pay VAT on an imported Range Rover, Cellino said: “It never went out of the garage.“I sent it back to America and bought my son a diesel car the day after.“The holding company cannot keep this club without me running it. To save money I do 20 jobs. If they ban me and someone else comes in who does not fight for the club, it is dead.”The former Cagliari owner, who pleads his innocence in relation to an outstanding charge of embezzlement in Italy, added: “I’m not a coward. Life is not just about enjoyment. But I ask myself if it’s better if I leave. Only failing to make the fans happy can hurt me.“You think I can sell a club in five minutes? Who gets hurt in the meantime? Last season someone sent me a lot of bulls***ters.” Leeds owner Massimo Cellino 1last_img read more

Fulham chief Khan has bad news for Man United and Spurs

first_img 2 Ryan Sessegnon is wanted by Manchester United and Tottenham Manchester United want him, so do Tottenham, while Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked, but Ryan Sessegnon is going to remain at Fulham next season.That’s according to the club’s owner Shahid Khan, who saw the 18-year-old help the club reclaim their Premier League status by beating Aston Villa 1-0 in the Championship play-off final.“We don’t want Sessegnon leaving,” he told The Times. “I don’t think he wants to go. He’s going to be at Fulham for the coming year, leading us into the Premier League.”Sessegnon is reportedly valued at £50million and it was he who provided the killer ball for captian Tom Cairney to score at Wembley. 2 This season Sessegnon scored 16 times and created eight in the Championship in addition to becoming the first player outside the top flight to be named on the shortlist for the Professional Footballers’ Association’s Young Player of the Year award in its 44-year history.Khan admits it would have been tricky to keep the teenager had Fulham not won promotion.“Frankly, if we had not been promoted, well, we have a responsibility to our players. He’s been there since he was eight. We want to do the right thing for him and he is Fulham through and through.“He is going to be there next season.”After the win at Wembley, manager Slavisa Jokanovic said: “Many things can happen but I prefer to stay with him and what I know is that the kid wants to stay too. He is really happy in the place where he is.”However, Khan didn’t rule out the idea of a bigger club paying for Sessegnon, with the player remaining at Craven Cottage on loan for the new 2018/19 season.“If a club pays a ridiculous fee he’s not going to be breaking into their starting XI so he will be at Fulham next year; what the terms are I don’t know,” he added.“Nobody knows — we’ve not even stopped celebrating. I can tell you with certainty he’s going to be at Fulham because it’s good for him and good for us. We want him to stay, period.”last_img read more

Birmingham held by plucky Swans after missing host of chances

first_img ROUND-UP Latest Championship news Birmingham City were left to rue their missed opportunities as they failed to find a way past a resilient Swansea City side in the ‘Garry Monk Derby’.Despite creating a host of gilt-edged chances in the opening half an hour, the Blues were ultimately frustrated by Graham Potter’s men. stalemate goalless GREAT NEWS But the clear chances dried up as the visitors finally began to find their footing after the hour.While there was no goal threat they at least stemmed the tide of Birmingham attacks as the hosts lost their first-half spark.Omar Bogle did head over with 18 minutes left and substitute Che Adams blazed wildly off target following Jota’s chip.And Blues were forced to settle for a point when Jutkiewicz’s late header dropped wide. Hull defender MacDonald given all-clear after battle with bowel cancer Cardiff and Preston play out stalemate in Championship early kick-off Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Strugglers Wigan hold Blackburn to goalless draw in Championship center_img EFL result REPLY 1 Leeds lose at Fulham, West Brom held, Charlton’s winless run continues impact Bannan penalty helps Sheffield Wednesday strengthen grip on play-off place Lukasz Jutkiewicz had the best chance for the hosts, but skewed his left-footed shot wide after great work by Jota.The result moves the Swans up to second in the table, having played a game more than the rest of the sides in the Play-Off places.Despite having 17 attempts on goal, the hosts could not find a way past debutant Erwin MulderThere was no response from the visitors – who managed just one first-half shot to Birmingham’s 14 – and the hosts continued to press after the break. Oli McBurnie failed to get into the game for the Swans Every Championship club’s best signing of the decade, including Taarabt and Dack last_img read more

Lyon 2-2 Man City: Guardiola’s men qualify thanks to action-packed draw in France

first_imgAymeric Laporte and Sergio Aguero struck as Manchester City twice came from behind to qualify for the Champions League last 16 with a 2-2 draw at Lyon.The outstanding Maxwel Cornet grabbed both goals for the hosts, who outplayed the Premier League champions for large spells at the Groupama Stadium. 5 Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade The Ivory Coast forward opened the scoring in the 55th minute and restored the lead after Laporte’s first equaliser, but Aguero had the final word.The result was enough to ensure City will play in the knockout stages ,but they will have to wait until the visit of Hoffenheim next month to try to secure top spot in Group F.Given the way the game unfolded, City will be glad to be leaving France with a result.Lyon could easily have been out of sight by half-time, such was their early dominance. Memphis Depay and Cornet both fluffed good chances and the latter volleyed against the woodwork. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Manchester City players celebrate progression to the last 16 of the Champions League. Cornet thought he’d won it for Lyon. 5 Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card 5 City, who have made an outstanding start to their Premier League title defence, have rarely looked as vulnerable of late as they did.Despite speculation, manager Pep Guardiola opted not to start 18-year-old Phil Foden, but the experienced, attacking midfield he deployed struggled to impose itself.Cornet had a chance from a corner in the opening minutes, but the impressive Laporte blocked.Former Manchester United winger Depay should have opened the scoring when the ball was played in to him in front of goal, but he mis-kicked from yards out. no dice That finally jolted City into life and Aguero forced a brilliant point-blank save from Lopes with a firm header from a Mahrez cross.The equaliser came on 62 minutes, the danger again coming from a cross from the right. This time it was Raheem Sterling who delivered it from a free-kick, with Silva flicking on for Laporte to bury a bullet header. Sergio Aguero got the winnner Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Maxwell Cornet celebrates scoring the game’s opening goal for Lyon shining Aymeric Laporte made the score 1-1. Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ RANKED center_img Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REPLY City responded by creating long-range chances for Riyad Mahrez and David Silva, but Lyon goalkeeper Anthony Lopes was not troubled.A fine challenge from Laporte denied Cornet another chance and Marcelo miscued a shot before Depay blazed over.Cornet looked certain to score on the half-hour when picked out unmarked, but, under pressure from Laporte, he contrived to miss. He made a better connection with his volley just before the break, but this time he hit the woodwork.Cornet finally got reward for his efforts 10 minutes into the second half as he gave the hosts the lead with a stunning strike. City did not regroup after Lyon took a quick free-kick and Depay found Cornet on the right edge of the area. He took a touch and then curled a fine shot over Ederson into the far top corner. BEST OF Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won ADVICE REVEALED REVEALED 5 5 MONEY Latest Football Stories Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move huge blow Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? City almost had another soon after as Lopes failed to hold a Leroy Sane shot and had to scramble to grab the ball on the line.Yet Lyon were far from done and continued to push forward. Cornet forced a save from Ederson before claiming his second goal nine minutes from time. Again he was played in by Depay and Laporte this time could not catch him as he slipped a shot through Ederson’s legs. Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars City again needed to respond and did so almost immediately, much to their relief, with Aguero meeting a Mahrez corner with a deft near-post header.last_img read more

HORSE HER ON JIM – DONEGAL SIGNS GETS BEHIND MCGUINNESS

first_imgDonegal Signs have nailed their colours to the mast in backing Jim McGuinness and the Donegal team ahead of Sunday’s All-Ireland semi-final.The Donegal Signs van is just one of a number of vehicles which have been customised throughout the county. No doubt by the end of the week, there will be many more cars, vans, houses and farmyard animals painted in green and gold.If you have any pictures please send them to info@donegaldaily.com.HORSE HER ON JIM – DONEGAL SIGNS GETS BEHIND MCGUINNESS was last modified: August 20th, 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:Donegal SignsJim McGuinnesslast_img read more

Del Norte makes quick work out of Mack

first_imgDel Norte Warriors’ outside hitter Kaleya Sanchez dominated the court against the Mckinleyville Panthers Thursday night with 16 kills, 4 blocks and only one error as the Warriors took down the Panthers in straight sets (25-16, 25-13, 25-18).“At the beginning of the season we were having trouble coming out strong right off the bat,” Warriors head coach Sarah Levi said. “We definitely did that tonight which shows progress.”The Warriors (2-1, 7-5) scored the first five points of the match and …last_img read more