Atletico elimination of Atlético at the hands of the Cultural Leonesa, rival of Second Division B, has left the team very touched. A tournament where there were many illusions put in and that goes to the first change. According to the survey conducted by AS, the defeat in the Kingdom of León, together with the prick in Ipurua and the final of the Spanish Super Cup against Real Madrid, where he fell on penalties has caused Simeone to have lost credit in the club. AS ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>AS survey on Simeone.ACE El Cholo is the visible head of Atlético and its project and therefore for 74% of AS voters the Argentine coach has lost credit with that elimination copera. Almost 38,000 people They wanted to participate in the survey on the state of Simeone, which is probably at its most delicate time as a mattress technician. Since his arrival he had always lived many more lights than leftovers, taking Atlético to the highest levels, but in this year defined by himself as of transition after the losses of very important players like Godín, Juanfran, Filipe, Griezmann, Rodrigo or Lucas, at the moment he has not been able to take flight despite the signings of players of the level of João Félix, Felipe or Herrera.However, another current of the mattress hobby came out to face its coach, who changed the history of the club with his arrival in December 2011. The hastag en Twitter #tequeremoscholo became a trend in Spain during yesterday afternoon. Hours before Gil Marín reaffirmed Simeone in the institution with a statement where he asked fans to join, although he said he understood his discomfort. Atlético is third in the League, tied for points with Sevilla (fourth) and will play the knockout stages of the Champions League against Liverpool, current champion of the tournament and leader of the Premier League.
These measures are seen as a delay in a league that until now was the most economically powerful, since they will make them lose financial power and will have a priori weaker templates than the current ones, taking into account that the cracks will prefer to go to the countries that belong to the European Union (or to the European Economic Area) rather than to their leagues.Finally, soccer players with criminal record they will have much more difficulties to play there, since in theory they would be banned from entering the United Kingdom.F1, the big hitF1 would be one of the disciplines in which Brexit will most impact. Seven of the ten teams that make up the current ‘Great Circus’ grill have their factories in Britain, as well as Honda and Pirelli have an operations center in the United Kingdom. The new measure will affect 4,200 people and It will force championship leaders to negotiate a new border policy.With regard to MotoGP, Brexit will not cause major damage, since most of the headquarters of the teams are divided between Italy (with Ducati and Aprilia), Holland (with KTM) and Japan (with Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki). Brexit arrives at midnight and there is no turning back. The exit of the United Kingdom from the European Union can radically change the future of British countries, something that will affect the world of sport. These are the consequences of Brexit both in football and in the motor world.Loss of competitiveness and money in footballA large part of foreign soccer players will be considered foreign. This will not only affect new arrivals, but also those who already played in the Premier League or in any of the other leagues regulated by the FA. The Federation of England will require from now on and until it adapts to the regulation to the new law, which foreigners who hire the United Kingdom competitions belonging to the Top-10 of the FIFA ranking have played a certain percentage of minutes with their selection in order to sign.They justify it by explaining that the development of young talents in England will grow exponentially, even raising the possibility (so far rejected by the Premier League), that the quota of national players is more than 50% (13 players of a team of 25 they should be nationals).As for transfers related to minors, they will also be one step below the major European leagues, causing them to lose competitiveness, since They will not be able to trade abroad in the case of 16 and 17 year old players. Now they will have to wait until they reach the age of majority to negotiate, something that does not happen for example in Spain. In addition, UK players should be trained in national territory until they are 18 years old so as not to be considered foreigners.
The fact that the economic negotiations are broken between LaLiga and AFE, does not mean that they do not meet again in the next few hours to analyze the crisis that Spanish football is experiencing and to debate the measures to be adopted so that its effects harm the least possible to clubs and footballers. Because, Both institutions plan to reschedule a telematic meeting next week. There is still no specific day. There, as AS has learned, the agenda will revolve around the different calendars on the table (up to 10, according to LaLiga) and ranging from ending the season with different start and end dates, to assessing that there can be played. But what, above all, will be discussed will be the health protocols for returning to work and competition, where the union wants to provide proposals that the players are sending them once it already seems clear that there would be matches every 72 hours and not every 48 as the clubs wanted. What, in principle, they will no longer talk about and it is a taboo subject, it is the subject of the percentage that clubs and players should be responsible for in the event of losses due to inactivity, as there will be. Thebes already calculated that the players should bear about 50% of the losses in any scenario (1,000 million if it is not possible to play and 150 if they end up playing the remaining 11 games), while footballers stand at 20% if canceled, recovering 10% in the following season, without having to reduce their payrolls in case of playing, either behind closed doors or with the public.After the meeting that LaLiga and AFE have held this Wednesday with the CSD, the RFEF and the CEOE, their agendas are not going to stop these days despite being Easter. LaLiga will continue with its meetings with the different national and international organizations and is already preparing its Delegate Commission for Monday, where six First-tier clubs (Madrid, Seville, Betis, Valencia and Villarreal) and six Second-tier clubs (Levante, Depor, Cádiz, Las Palmas , Alcorcón, Almería and Lugo meet to update the situation regarding ERTE and individual negotiations with each staff to reduce wages.The Mixed Commission will not meet for another two weeks.For its part, AFE continues to meet with political parties to analyze the situation together. Today is the turn of the Popular Party. In addition, David Aganzo will participate in the Board of Directors of the RFEF that is also held this Wednesday.
Members of the National Oil Spill Contingency Plan Committee, first responders and department heads are among some 60 persons being exposed to training, to effectively and efficiently respond to both onshore and offshore oil spills.The Incident Command Systems and Oil Spill Response three-day training workshop which is being held at the CDC’s Conference Room, Thomas Lands, is a collaborative effort between the Ministry of Natural Resources, ExxonMobil and the Civil Defence Commission (CDC).It seeks to improve the country’s national oil spill response capacity to ensure the well-organised development and deployment of systematic tools for command, control, and coordination of a multi-agency response to incidents. The course will provide the means to coordinate the efforts of individual agencies in their common goal toward the stabilisation of an incident and the protection of lives, property, and the environment.The training session is a standardised, on-scene, all-hazards approach to incident management and allows responders to adopt an integrated organisational structure to match the complexities and demands of the incident while respecting agency and jurisdictional authorities.At the opening ceremony today, Minister of State, Joseph Harmon noted that issues, such as oil spills, are a major concern for the government, given its emphasis on the creation and maintenance of a safe, healthy and sustainable environment within the context of its thrust of developing a green state and economy.“We, therefore, look forward to the production of our first oil and the subsequent exploitation of this valuable resource, but we are equally, if not more concerned about the preservation of our environment, the integrity of our coastline and the safety of our marine resources. Therefore, even as we place a greater emphasis on safety and prevention and mitigation of oil spills and its related consequences, we have to pay greater attention to these things not occurring,” Minister Harmon underscored.The State Minister who also has responsibility for Disaster Risk Management explained that the exercise is part of the government’s partnership with ExxonMobil to create an enabling environment for persons to benefit from various forms of training relevant to the oil and gas sector.He said that the administration is cognisant of the interest and in some cases unease that the citizenry has about of the consequences of a possible oil spill,’ as well as the potential dangers associated with the production of oil and gas. Minster Harmon, therefore, urged the agencies involved in the training exercise to keep the public fully informed of these and future similar activities.The session provides the working conditions that will see the coordination of efforts to ensure all responders are utilising standardised terminology, interoperable technologies, organisational structure, and management techniques. This allows any responder to have a common expectation and understanding of how agencies and departments will organise when working together in response to an incident.ExxonMobil’s Country Manager, Rod Henson said that the oil company was pleased to be a part of a training session that will help to strengthen Guyana’s national oil spill plan. “Those plans are evergreen, they always change and that’s normal and natural and we are happy to be a part of it and we are proud to help out this week,” Henson is quoted by the Department of Public Information as saying.According to the Director-General (ag), Civil Defense Commission (CDC), Lieutenant Colonel Kester Craig, the skill sets and best practices attained during these sessions will increase the knowledge pool of the members of the National Oil Spill Contingency Plan Committee as they further the strategy.Craig also reiterated that the exercise will strengthen the response capacity and preparedness of all the agencies and ministries which have a role in maintaining the Plan.Meanwhile, Deputy Director of the Petroleum Department, Nicholas Chuck-A-Sang emphasised that the oil response is a national agenda that all government agencies must be exposed to.The workshop is the first of two Incident Command Systems and Oil Spill Response courses scheduled for this week. The other event is slated for April 26-28 at Splashmin’s Resort.
The Government is now accepting applications for the Financial Hardship Property Tax Deferment Program announced by Premier Gordon Campbell on Nov. 1, 2008.The Financial Hardship Property Tax Deferment Program allows eligible homeowners who are facing financial hardship due to current economic conditions to defer the 2009 and 2010 property taxes on their home.Homeowners may apply once they receive their annual property tax notice. B.C.’s Financial Hardship Property Tax Deferment Program will allow eligible homeowners with at least 15 per cent equity in their home, and who are experiencing financial hardship due to current economic conditions, to defer their property tax payment for each of the next two years. Homeowners will not have to repay the deferred taxes until they sell or transfer their home, other than to a surviving spouse, but may pay the Province back earlier if they choose.- Advertisement -The Province will charge simple interest at the prime rate on the balance outstanding on the taxdeferment loan.More information on the program is available online at:www.sbr.gov.bc.ca/individuals/Property_Taxes/Property_Tax_Deferment/fh_ptd.htmAdvertisement By Telephone:Victoria: 250-387-0555Vancouver: 604-660-2421Elsewhere in B.C.: 1-800-663-7867
Arsenal fans hope to see Aaron Ramsey driving through the midfield against Man City 1 Arsenal face a huge test against Man City at lunchtime on Saturday, but they may be without key man Aaron Ramsey.The midfielder injured his ankle playing for Wales in their 2-1 win against Andorra, with fans and Arsene Wenger facing an anxious wait to see if he is fitThis has naturally irked a number of Gooners, who are desperate for Ramsey to feature against the Premier League champions at the Emirates.Below are a selection of tweets from Arsenal fans following Ramsey’s injury.
THE LORETO Convent Letterkenny 5k fun run and road race will take place this year on Wednesday September 23 with organisers promising a great event.So there are no excuses for not taking part!The event will start and finish at he convent with a 7pm start and registration from 5.30pm. There are loads of prizes on offer.Runners entry fee is €8, it’s €5 for walkers and €20 for families. LORETO LETTERKENNY 5K DETAILS ANNOUNCED was last modified: September 9th, 2015 by John2Share 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:5kdonegalloreto convent letterkenny
QPR made an encouraging start to their first game back in the top flight and Steven Caulker almost put them ahead at Loftus Road.Beaten heavily at home on the opening day of their last two Premier League campaigns, Rangers have so far looked much more comfortable this time around.They were boosted by the inclusion of Loic Remy, who has caused Hull problems with his pace and movement.Having settled, Rangers began to create openings and Alejandro Faurlin – making his return to competitive action following the knee injury he suffered last November – dragged a shot wide.Joey Barton, captaining the home side with Clint Hill having been dropped in favour of Richard Dunne, then hit the side netting with a free-kick.As Rangers began to grow in confidence, Jordon Mutch – making his debut along with Rio Ferdinand and Caulker – headed wide from Remy’s right-wing cross.And with two minutes of the first half remaining, Caulker’s header from Barton’s left-wing corner was cleared off the line by Andrew Robertson. QPR (3-5-2): Green; Caulker, Ferdinand, Dunne; Simpson, Barton, Faurlin, Mutch, Traore; Remy, Austin. Subs: Murphy, Hill, Phillips, Onuoha, Henry, Hoilett, Zamora. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
An apologetics website has listed 21 reasons for believing the earth is much younger than secular scientists claim.At Apologetics Press, Jeff Miller, PhD, wrote an article called “21 Reasons to Believe the Earth is Young.” With sections about paleontology, geology and astronomy, Dr Miller provides food for thought who have always been taught that the earth and the universe are billions of years old. Often, that dogma is a primary reason that young people lose their faith in the Bible. But they never hear about the many evidences for youth. This is a handy list to consider and share.Thanks to our readers for the week-long Christmas break. Before news from 2019 rolls down the pipeline, we like to information that gives reasons to trust the Word of God in an age where science seems to make faith unnecessary. It actually takes more faith to believe the Word of Scientists! We also thank our supporters for year-end donations. These encourage our efforts to get true science to the masses against the overwhelming forces that censor all mention of design. May you have a happy year in 2019.Note: Linking to an article does not necessarily imply agreement with all of a ministry’s positions. (Visited 970 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0
) perfect adds life to otherwise dead pads UPC 010315346069 , 788021713030 , 593159190130 , 728795136109 , 885437746383 UNSPSC Code 42251616 Posted on September 18, 2019Author Nathalie DuboisCategories UncategorizedTags Tensive Number of Items 1 Brand Name Tensive so I am very pleased with it Bought this for my cleo ii as the pads do not stick well and i read online that people buy this gel to prolong the life. Well they certainly stuck to my face last night. Did not come with any written instructions though. A bit messy trying to get it off my face but when i read about it online afterwards it will come off with soap and water. So take them off, wash your face and hey presto job done. Definitely buy as it is so frustrating sitting there having pads fall off your face and it will save you loads of money buying new ones. This gel is absolutely great to prolong the life of face pads for those beauty gadgets that require replacement pads. Using this gel will prolong the life of the pads for weeks saving you money. The tube lasts for ages as all you need is a little bit. This gel does a wonderful job restoring electrode pads. It is also extremely sticky and requires very, very little to be used. It does require a cleaning agent be used on the patient to remove excess gel. Really improves the tens machine experience. I use a zeo sleep clock (discontinued) with disposable ambu blue p electrodes (the original headbands are no longer available). The electrodes last for about 5 nights, using hypafix tape after a couple of nights; applying tensive (as little as possible to center of electrode immediately before first use; spread with finger; wash forehead with water and soap after removal) gets another 4-5 nights. Makes the pads last so much longer and as u just need a tiny amount even 1 tube lasts ages i bought 2 tubes but wont be needing to use the second for a long time. Wow-works wonders for my Cleo Q! Works a treat and sticks very well. Got what i was looking for finally. Just a little dab on each pad does wonders. I have a cleo q and was struggling to keep the pads stuck to my face and they weren’t conducting very well because my skin is so dry. I got this and now i don’t need to tape the pads on and conduct really well so i don’t have to turn the machine up so well. This product solves the problem that many cleo users seem to have had with non sticky pads, so when combined with this, the cleo q is great. The gel is very gooey and gummy and sticks to your face afterwards but it does come off if you rub it and the hassle is a small price to pay for the huge performance boost it gives to my cleo. This sure does stock the pads to your skin. 🙂 perfect adds life to otherwise dead pads, just sticks to everything else too, and if you have arms/legs that are particularly hairy (which mine are not really ) then it hurts, secret is just use a tiny amount for perfect results. I bought this to put on the contact pads for my facial exerciser machine. I had stopped using it because the gel on the pads only lasted for a few days, then the pads kept falling off. This gel is much more effective, enabling me to start using the machine again, so i am very pleased with it. Sometimes the gel remains stuck to my skin after taking the pads off, i rub coconut oil into the gel (probably any oil will do) and eventually the gel will come off. Sometimes you have to keep massaging the oil in for a minute or two tho. But its’a small price to pay to enable me to continue with my machine. A tiny bit is all that is needed, as i discovered the first time i tried it, otherwise one has to peel the excess glue from one’s skin. As others have said, it extends the life of the pads considerably. Model Number 081574482 Specifications for this item Ean 0728795136109 , 0885437746383 , 0010315346069 , 0788021713030 , 0593159190130 Part Number 081574482 SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2019-09-18 04:42:58Reviewed Item Tensive Parker Labs Conductive Adhesive Gel, 50 GramRating 4.1 / 5 stars, based on 19 reviews See more product details