“The way Mourinho prepared us was excellent. So much so that when Manchester United played us in the Champions League, what was the first thing we did? ApplaudWe were all happy, as if without thinking: “Finally, someone at our level. We are going to face a challenge and we are going to do it.” That was Jose’s style and you could see it inside the locker room. Now I can tell you something else. There were games in which we bet on how much we were going to win. And not only in the league, also in international matches. We had that confidence. We were on another level, “said the doorman.Baía was twice named Footballer of the Year and has a very complete record. In Barelona LaLiga won, two Copa del Rey, one Recopa, two Super Cups from Spain and one from Europe. In Porto, his record is crowned by a Champions League, a UEFA, ten Leagues, five Cups, an Intercontinental and nine Super Cups. Vitor Baía was Porto’s goalkeeper for years, excluding a brief stint at FC Barcelona. The Portuguese defended the goal of the squad led by Jose Mourinho, who came out champion of Europe and accumulated up to 80 international appearances throughout his career.Yesterday, in the ‘FC Porto em casa’ program it was clear, He is considered the best Portuguese goalkeeper and part of a historical generation. “Because we want to be kind and politically correct, we try to be careful with those things. But with my age and experience, I have no doubt (of which is the best). You get tired of hearing some things, especially from a generation that has not seen us play. This pause has even been useful for that. We played a lot and we were the best, no doubt, “explained the goalkeeper.Within this program he also valued teammates and coaches and highlighted another name: Jose Mourinho. About Mourinho highlights his ability to be motivated and how he got a dominant team.
As the Ebola threat lingers, health workers at Liberia’s largest referral hospital, John F. Kennedy Medical Center, have gone on strike again.Scores of health practitioners gathered before the Capitol Building yesterday to register their protest against JFK administrators for changing their status by removing them from JFK’s employment to the Ministry of Health’s payroll, contrary to the policy establishing the hospital. Presenting their petition to members of the House of Representatives, the health workers reported that after returning from two weeks of self-quarantine authorized by the administrators, about 110 of them were issued memos signed by the Human Resource Manager, Ms. Mordu Lawrence, under the subject, “Status Change”.Speaking on behalf of the petitioners, Madam Amelia N. Geedeh stated that the entire JFK work force was then asked to attend a mass meeting on Thursday, October 9, but the meeting was later rescheduled for October 16.In that meeting, Madam Geedeh said, the General Administrator of JFK, Dr. Wvannie-Mae Scott McDonald, informed the workers of TNIMA that the hospital lacks the capacity to maintain its full staff due to the slow intake of patients and the ongoing renovations of the medical, pediatric and surgical wards. Dr. McDonald further informed us that she would be turning us over to the Ministry of Health for reassignment to various hospitals and clinics and that our risk benefits will be paid by the Ministry and not through the JFK, lamented Madam Geedeh. We were also told by Dr. McDonald that only our regular salaries will be paid and not the incentives and furthermore that JFK will remain closed until such time she and members of her administration deem it fit to reopen the hospital said Geedeh. “We were advised that Dr. Bernice Dahn, the Chief Medical Officer, would bring us contracts for our individual signatures,” Madam Geedeh said.The protestors considered the memo a scheme by JFK management to evade its obligation to the health workers, wondering, “How can the country’s largest referral medical facility lack the capacity in these critical times?”“JFK is not paying salaries from fees it collects from patients, but the hospital is included in the national budget.“The discouraging part is how they could close the medical, pediatric and surgical wards to the public under the pretext of renovation when all of these wards were functional prior to and even during the Ebola outbreak? This is a clear attempt to deny the poor Liberians treatment from other illnesses that are not Ebola related,” the protestors’ spokesperson declared.The social workers resisted attempts to have their names inserted into the Ministry’s payroll under the arrangement of “Status Change”, saying, “We are not contractors.”The workers called on their lawmakers to ensure that insurance and other benefits are given workers and staff who are in the thick of the ongoing Ebola health crisis.Receiving the petition, Monterrado County Representative Gabriel Nyenkan assured the health workers of the Legislature’s interest and concern.He maintained that the House will act robustly to find a timely solution to the unfortunate situation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Former member of the national soccer team, Experience Sayon Davis, who suffered stroke more than two years ago, can now have peace of mind, because of a promise from newly elected Senator Ambassador George Weah that help is not far away.The two met in an emotional but exciting gathering last Thursday at the residence of Sayon Davis in New Kru Town, when Ambassador Weah was rounding up support for his senatorial election bid last Saturday.“I told Ambassador Weah I want to walk like everyone else,” Davis told the Daily Observer in an interview after the meeting. “I told him I need his help.”That help from Ambassador Weah, he said, would include both material and medical assistance that could enable him get physical therapy from any accomplished medical facility, including any Chinese clinics that are specialized in the recovery of stroke victims.Ambassador Weah’s visit was coordinated by CDC’s campaign chairman (Prof.) Wilson Tarpeh.As Ambassador Weah held a brief meeting with the ailing superstar, who was part of the victorious Lone Star team which in 1979 won the 6 Nation Soccer Tournament, hundreds of CDC’s supporters, who had heard about his presence, besieged the area.Sayon later told the Daily Observer that Ambassador Weah gave him assurance of all support that is necessary to get him back on his feet, God willing.“I told him I highly appreciate his exceptional interest in my welfare,” Sayon said; “and I pray for God to guide him to secure is dream.”Observers, many of them CDC sympathizers, expressed appreciation for Ambassador Weah’s visit to a former footballer in serious distress and in need of material and financial support.It is not the first time that Ambassador Weah is coming to rescue a former footballer in distress. In the late 1980s, he rescued LPRC-Oilers former coach George Taylor who had suffered a stroke.Weah, then actively playing in France, single-handedly provided much needed funds to enable Coach Taylor to get treatment in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, a gesture that was also complemented by Jonathan Sogbie, (Boye Charles), who was then playing in Switzerland.Ambassador Weah has also given health assistance to one of Liberia’s foremost goalkeepers, Boye Cooper, who died in a refugee camp in Nigeria several years ago, and had provided funds to get his remains back to Liberia for proper burial.“Ambassador Weah’s goodness has not been surpassed by any of his friends,” said someone familiar with Weah’s generosity.Sayon Davis, known as ‘Experience’ by his colleagues during his heydays, suffered from stroke more than two years ago, after his return from a coaching job in Nigeria. It happened immediately following the death of his oldest son, killed on assignment with the Liberia National Police.Without any support, Davis survives on the kindness of neighbors and friends. His sister, Doryen Peters, told our correspondent that she could be able to sustain her brother better once she is empowered with a business.Davis has made several appeals to humanitarian Liberians, including President Ellen John-Sirleaf, for assistance.With Ambassador Weah’s promised of assistance, residents in the area expressed gratitude to God for torching his heart, in order for him to come to the rescue of a man who many had said would receive his flowers, as it is done always in Liberia, when he is dead.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
Recalcitrant teams in the Limacol Knockout Football tournament would figuratively be given the boot when contention for the top eight spots in the tournament begins; thus the Buxton Stars and Santos Football teams have each secured critical wins on Tuesday evening to ensure they do not suffer that fate. With teams now fighting to avoid elimination, both Buxton Stars and Santos FC have secured two-goal wins which have placed each in a comfortable position to stay in the competition and contribute to their goal difference tally.In Tuesday night’s first encounter, Buxton Stars came up against Riddim Squad who were literally on a rampage. In their previous match, Buxton had proven they can score, but were unfortunate to suffer a loss. This time, the East Coast team pulled out all the stops to ensure their dreams of being in the final 8 would stay alive.Riddim Squad came to the encounter playing an unusually lackluster game, missing key opportunities at setting great plays, or even scoring a goal. The back-and-forth of attacking play went on for much of the first half, until Buxton’s Cuesy Parris, in the 43rd minute, astounded both Riddim Squad and the spectators by firing home a long ball goal.The newfound momentum allowed Buxton to begin the game’s second half on a high note, leaving Riddim Squad breathless and frustrated. Buxton’s second goal came in the 60th minute when Kenroy Green imitated his team mate Parris, and the win was eventually sealed for Buxton at 2-nil.This win has placed Buxton on the same 3 points as Riddim Squad, but the latter still holds the advantage in goal difference. They each have one more match in the bag.The later matchup saw both teams, Santos FC and Beacon FC, needing a win to cement their spot in the tournament. Beacon started out with their usual style, gunning for the goal at all costs. Their aggressive play, however, did not prove as fruitful on Tuesday evening as it did in previous games, because they were up against a calmer, more strategic Santos team, which was able to produce better plays.This composed style resulted in a goal for Santos from Dellon David in the 40th minute. After the half, Ronaldo Dover added to the Santos’ tally with one in the 63rd, to put his team up by two.Beacon finally got their breakthrough in the 79th minute, pulling things back by one; but they were not able to find an equalizer in the final 11 minutes of play, and Santos were able to record a 2-1 win against Beacon.Santos have now secured their spot at the top of Group ‘C’, but Beacon will have to wait it out to determine their qualification.Players will return to the Ministry of Education Ground on Carifesta Avenue this evening, where Pele FC will play Mahaica Determinators at 18:00 hrs and Georgetown Football Club (GFC) go head to head against Riddim Squad at 20:00 hrs.
Former West Ham striker Freddie Kanoute has hailed the club’s new attacking philosophy they have adopted under Sam Allardyce this season.Over the summer West Ham co-owner David Sullivan extraordinarily told talkSPORT they would not accept another season of mediocrity and defensive football from Allardyce after the club limped to a 13th placed finish, only seven points clear of safety.The east London club brought in nine new players in the transfer window and it has led to an impressive start to the new season with the Hammers winning two of their opening five games, including a surprising 3-1 victory over Liverpool, to go eighth in the Premier League table.And Kanoute, who spent three years at Upton Park, told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast: “I’ve been quite impressed with the way West Ham are playing this year in comparison with last year.“They play much better football with more touches and with more speed. Obviously they’ve changed a few players and it seems the philosophy of the way they’re playing has changed this year.“The last couple of games I’ve watched have been quite pleasant.”
talkSPORT has today announced that its international arm has been named as one of the winners of the 2016 Queen’s Award for Enterprise – the UK’s highest accolade for business success.talkSPORT International has been given the Queen’s Award for International Trade in recognition of its achieving outstanding growth during the last three years, both in terms of broadcast offering and commercial success.It was established in 2012, when it acquired the global audio rights to the Premier League and FA Cup matches, and today broadcasts in five languages – English, Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic and Vietnamese – with partner stations in 69 countries.The business, which broadcasts from its international broadcast centre in London, has grown its sales by a staggering 680% in the three years from 2012 – 2014, providing high quality football commentary and content to its partners around the world, vastly improving – and continuing to improve – listener access to the Premier League.Scott Taunton, Chief Operating Officer for talkSPORT’s owner Wireless Group plc, said: “We’re extremely proud of what we’ve built and achieved with talkSPORT International. The business is playing a leading role in the development of sports radio services around the world, bringing top-level football commentary to countries that wouldn’t otherwise have the opportunity to experience live Premier League and FA Cup matches. “Our relationship with the Premier League has already been successfully extended to 2019 to support this goal and we continue to invest in our international team, which consists of native speakers of key languages such as Mandarin, Arabic, Spanish, Bahasa Malay and Vietnamese, giving us a clear competitive edge in providing content which is relevant to a wide range of global markets.”The Queen’s Awards are made annually by HM The Queen and are only given for the highest levels of excellence demonstrated in each category. talkSPORT International will be officially presented with the Grant of Appointment and a memento of the award at a special Ceremony to be held later in the year, and will also receive an invitation to join a special reception at Buckingham Palace. talkSPORT is the global audio partner of the Barclays Premier League 1
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33:50277 Lucia Riversdale 1 SW 33:57278 redge Riversdale 3 F40 33:57279 manda Riversdale 2 F40 33:58280 Rosemary Connolly Finn Valley AC 250 F50 34:00281 Alistair McCready 236 M40 34:29282 Victoria Mc Connell 271 SW 34:35283 Colleen O Brien Aghyaran 265 SW 36:27284 Geraldine Clarke 178 F40 42:52ALMOST 300 TAKE PART IN LIFFORD 5K – WHERE DID YOU COME? was last modified: July 13th, 2016 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)
Donegal County Council has been named overall winner of the “Road Safety Award 2016” in the Excellence in Business Awards by the Public Sector Magazine.This is the second year in succession that Donegal County Council has won the award. The Public Sector Magazine is a quarterly publication which is distributed to all departments in the public sector, semi state bodies and civil service.The public sector employs over 300,000 workers and it represents an important market which offers considerable potential to Irish companies and service providers.Donegal County Council and the Donegal Road Safety Working Group are delighted to accept this award for their work in promoting road safety awareness.Cllr. Terence Slowey, Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council believes that road safety still is a major challenge in Donegal saying “Increasing road safety awareness is extremely important and saving lives on our roads requires persistence. Young and old must be taught about road safety – even experienced drivers need reminding of it on a regular basis”. He added “young driver safety is a high priority especially here in Donegal and all of us are trying to find effective and acceptable ways of reducing the risk that these young people face. The educational approach we are taking is raising awareness among drivers who are generally focused on driving safely, but still need reminding of their responsibilities, but a different strategy will need to be found to tackle the reckless minority who wilfully take to the wheel while unfit to do so – or who deliberately drive in a dangerous manner”.Brian O’Donnell, Road Safety Officer said “the continued loss of lives on our roads, whatever the cause, is a sharp reminder that we can never be complacent when it comes to saving lives. Whatever the next set of road safety statistics show, one thing is certain, road safety will still require our continued shared efforts if we want to make our roads safe”.“I would appeal to all road users, to please make the right decision when using the road. This means wearing a hi-viz jacket and being seen if you are walking, running, cycling or riding a motorbike. Slow down if you are a driver, especially when sharing the road with vulnerable road users. Everyone needs to wear a seat belt, front and rear on every trip and ensure that children are properly restrained. Never drive while distracted by a mobile phone and never drive while impaired, whether through drink, drugs or driver fatigue”.“Road users are ignoring these important messages and that is why we continue to have death and serious injury on our roads. As a community, we simply must stop the carnage we have witnessed on our roads. To date, 161 people have lost their lives on Irish roads, an increase of 30 on the same period in 2015, 10 of those deaths in Donegal. We all have to take responsibility for our actions and by sharing the road safely and working together we can all help prevent death and serious injury on our roads”.Council named overall winner of the ‘Road Safety Award 2016’ was last modified: November 8th, 2016 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)
Deputy Charlie McConalogue has criticised government efforts after it was announced lairage capacity near Cherbourg Port, France has been increased to hold an additional 400 animals.The Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Agriculture said it is alarming the Minister for Agriculture has welcomed this increase as it does not go near enough to ensuring Irish farmers are in a position to export dairy bull calves.He said “We are at the peak of the export season, yet little seems to be done by government to aide those in the industry. The farming community is crying out for additional capacity for exporting their produce but this has not materialised. “I understand there is room for even more lairage capacity in Cherbourg, up to 600 additional spaces according to some estimates. Robust efforts from government on behalf of the Agri-sector is needed to have this expanded.“The beef sector is in crisis. The ongoing export issues combined with the news of tariffs on exports to the UK from the Republic have caused great anxiety in the sector. The Minister must give assurances to the farming community as we navigate the next number of weeks post Brexit,” concluded Deputy McConalogue.Government must give clarity to Agri-sector ahead of Brexit – McConalogue was last modified: March 14th, 2019 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)
Charles B. Johnson, principal owner of the San Francisco Giants, is free to support financially the racist people or causes of his choice. And as someone who has followed the Giants and dumped a considerable amount of money on Giants tickets and merchandise for more than 40 years, I am free to divert my discretionary income elsewhere as long as Mr. Johnson is on the scene.That’s how America works. That is how business works. I am hereby financially boycotting the team of my youth. But Johnson …