1×1 Madrid: Vinicius changes the derby, Benzema decides

first_imgCourtois It is the Courtois del Atleti, but in Madrid. He has sent to the past the debate in the goal with performances like this one from the derby, saving 0-1 in the 18 ’to Vitolo. Go out and send up as if you were surrounded by small children. A fact stands out in its service sheet: 14 doors to zero, including those of Sevilla, Valencia, Barça and Atleti, in 26 games.Carvajal Canterano de crib, feel these meetings in a special way that connects with the Bernabéu. Strong in defense, he also worried a lot about climbing.Varane A pediment overlooked, acted as a watchman and nothing escaped him. It continues to grow in construction.Bouquets It was the Ramos that grows in the big dates. He started very much at 9 because Atleti inspired him in the rival goal, although his two Kroos pass shots were somewhat flawed. The leader of the leader.Mendy The Rock rises so much that sooner or later it can be decisive. He was seen in the 1-0, in which he served Benzema on the plate.Fede Valverde. More liberated than in La Romareda by Casemiro’s presence, he again broke lines with an insulting ease and covered the field as if he only played. His enormous display earned him the cry of the Bernabéu. In the first half he played the extreme and even the right side. In a zambombazo in 47 ’he ran into Oblak. Modric He is already 34 years old, but it does not seem so. Zidane has succeeded in managing her minutes so she can continue to take her talent for a walk and know how to be on important dates. He was the first to test Oblak, after a progression in the first period discount. In 75 ‘he fired deflected from the front.Casemiro When the reader goes through this text, Casemiro will continue running and solving problems. He was the owner and lord of the center of the field. He was able to penalize Morata, but found the referee as an ally.Kroos (changed to rest). He picked up very well in the last meters and gave fluidity to the circulation, but Zidane sacrificed him to seek greater depth.Isco (changed to rest). Zidane did not play this time with the Malaga player, the ace in the sleeve that is usually saved. ‘Magic’ just left Marcos Llorente a beautiful dance in 34. ’Benzema The 9 minus 9 in the world opened the scoring with a goal of 9, breaking a boring 265-minute run without goals in the derbies. And there are already 18 goals.They also played.Lucas Vázquez (entered after the break). Zizou’s pylon hammer, in his field and in Atlético, was elementary to tip the scales in favor of Madrid. Lodi, who until his appearance had had a quiet afternoon, suffered with his onslaught.Vinicius (entered after the break). It is the plunger of Madrid, of holder as in La Romareda or substitute as in the derby. A pass from outside, after holding the ball as necessary, began to tear down the wall of Atletico in the 1-0 play. He changed the mood of the team and the fans: that if a spectacular control, that if a heel pass that paid with a parson of Vrsaljko (the Croatian saw the yellow one later, surpassed by the carioca), that if a left with the chest , that if an overflow with shot that broke Oblak …last_img read more

Nagamootoo picketed in Berbice

first_img– as residents decry sugar workers’ joblessnessFollowing the revelation that multiple workers attached to the Rose Hall Estate are being laid off, members of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic (PPP/C) on Thursday protested Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo as he visited the Auchlyne Primary School on the Corentyne (Region Six) in East Berbice, he having travelled to the ancient county to celebrate his 70th birthday.The Prime Minister was visiting the school he had attended as a child, and what was meant to be a warm occasion was soon turned into bedlam as he was greeted by the chants from Opposition protestors decrying the closure of the sugar estates.Their protest action comes on the heels of information disclosed to Guyana Times late on Thursday — that some 500 more workers could face the breadline in addition to the 400 which were already reported to have been laid off. The protesters have claimed that the Prime Minister had deceived his fellow Berbicians.“We are here to remind the Prime Minister that 400 sugar workers would be on the breadline…and we are here to remind him about his campaign promise he made over 2 years ago – that sugar is too big to fail, and that they have the solution for sugar and he would ensure that sugar workers are not on the breadline,” protestor Zamal Hussain told Guyana Times.Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, had announced that the Special Purpose Unit (SPU) established under the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL) would manage the privatisation/divestment process of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) and determine the way forward for Rose Hall Estate.He had also claimed that closure of the estate was pushed back to sometime in 2018. Guyana Times, however, understands that the Special Purpose Unit, under the Ministry of Finance, may have brought forward the plans to discontinue the services of Rose Hall employees, which an insider pegged at 961 total workers before initial redundancy.Contacted for comment on Thursday, Agriculture Minister Noel Holder refrained from committing to a specific timeframe for the closure of Rose Hall Estate, but confirmed that the SPU is assuming responsibility for the divested estate, rather than GuySuCo.“The Special Purpose Unit falls under the Ministry of Finance and NICIL, not under Agriculture. I am not the subject minister for the Special Purpose Unit,” he clarified.“The State Paper says that GuySuCo will not be involved in [the divestment of] East Demerara and Rose Hall,” the minister added.When later asked directly about when the Rose Hall Estate would be closed, this minister directed this publication to speak with the Minister of State, as he was the one who would have made the disclosure of a deferred date. However, earlier in the afternoon, Minister Harmon did not allow the full complement of questions that he would normally take at his post-cabinet press briefings.Guyana Times recently saw a letter concerning a Junior Staff Redundancy Notification directed to Rose Hall Estate Field Supervisor Ramnarine Subramanian. Dated November 26, 2017, the letter stated that a meeting had been held at the Rose Hall Estate Community Centre on November 22 in the presence of this category of workers’ union, the NAACIE (National Association of Agricultural, Commercial and Industrial Employees (NAACIE). The document stated that GuySuCo no longer had job vacancies to retain Subramanian’s services, and thatDecember 29, 2017 would be his last day with the Rose Hall Estate and GuySuCo, and that termination of his services was in keeping with the Termination of Employment and Severance Pay Act 1997 (TESPA).Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) President, Komal Chand, related on Wednesday that most of the 400 terminated workers had payments to them outstanding, and he expressed hope that the situation would not end up similar to what had obtained at Wales Estate, where, after almost one year, workers are still to be paid termination benefits.In May 2017, Government announced plans to close the Enmore and Rose Hall Sugar Estates, sell the Skeldon Sugar Factory, reduce the annual production of sugar, and take on the responsibility of managing the drainage and irrigation services offered by GuySuCo.The decisions announced by Government have been met with repeated protest actions, especially in sugar belt areas. Those protesting the presence of Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo on Thursday have also called on Government to rescind the appointment of GECOM Chairman Justice James Patterson.When the Prime Minister visited Region Six earlier this month to attend two graduation ceremonies, the opposition political party had picketed him, and had vowed to so do whenever he or President David Granger visits the region.last_img read more