Gov’t, Partners End UNFPA Coordination

first_imgThe government, through the Population Policy Coordination Unit (PPCU) Secretariat of the National Population Commission (NPC), has ended a daylong United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) partners’ coordination meeting for UNFPA project implementation partners.The meeting, held on Friday, August 7 under the theme, “Putting Human Face to Development,” brought together 30 participants from key agencies of government and representatives of none-governmental organizations (NGOs).Mr. Daniel W. Garteh, Coordinator, PPCU Secretariat of NPC, informed participants that their very presence at the meeting virtually qualifies them as parts of government’s efforts to bring positive changes in the lives of Liberians.Mr. Garteh said based on the theme of the exercise, he appreciated the participants’ collaborative efforts in putting human face to development in the country, especially the interventions made when they joined the fight against Ebola through spreading of anti-Ebola messages, providing items related to the fight, etc.The meeting was held with funding from UNFPA in support of the participants, who are population policy implementers on behalf of the government that will bring quality lives to the citizens.“The meeting was geared towards providing progress report through which PPCU would want to know the progress the implementers made during the period under review, your challenges, the lessons you learnt and what you would recommend as solutions to some of the challenges you may have encountered,” Mr. Garteh told the participants.Dr. T. Edward Liberty, the director-general of Liberia Institute for Statistics and Geo-Information Services (LISGIS) in special remarks, extended gratitude to the participants on behalf of the government and its partners including the United States, the World Health Organization (WHO), and all UN agencies that worked hard in the fight against the Ebola virus disease (EVD), which plagued the country last year.LISGIS, he said, has been working strategically by providing the relevant data to the government and partners since the outbreak of Ebola in March, 2014; and stands out as the foremost research institution, tasked with collecting and disseminating official statistical and spatial information/data for Liberia.“Related to the Ebola fight, LISGIS’ national move has been focused on the gathering of spatial Research and Analytical data aimed at building EVD emergency response,” Dr. Liberty told the participants.He said, LISGIS’ role does not only support an emergency response to the Ebola fight, but looks at developing a road map of Liberia’s recovery from the socio- economic and health impacts of EVD on the country with reference to the projects.Dr. Philderarld Pratt, UNFPA Assistant Representative to Liberia, promised to work with the partners and the participants to improve and or manage any future outbreak should there be any such like the Ebola virus.Participants representing the Ministries of Health, Gender and Development, Youth and Sports, etc., presented papers of the first quarter reports of the implementation on the challenges, achievements, lessons learnt and recommendations to the UNFPA for review.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Union claims Govt excluded them from activities

first_img70th Enmore Martyr’s death anniversary– expresses concern State sliding back to days of repressionThe Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Guyana (FITUG) is accusing Government of deliberately excluding it from participating in commemorative activities for the 70th death anniversaries of the Enmore Martyrs.In a release on Friday, the trade union body lambasted the Social Cohesion Ministry for telling them “they would not be required to participate”.It noted that prior to June 9, the Ministry had reached out to them to enquire into their participation. According to FITUG, they asked that the Ministry send them a formal invite. It is then that things started going downhill.“The Ministry of Social Cohesion, which is responsible for the organisation of theSocial Cohesion Minister, Dr George Nortonactivities, contacted FITUG regarding its participation on June 9, 2018. At that time, we advised that we would require a formal invitation and never heard from the Ministry again.”“In the meantime, FITUG was advancing its preparations towards its participation and, subsequently, contacted the Ministry about the requested invitation and arrangements for the activities. It was only at that time we were informed that we would not be required to participate.”FITUG noted that it has participated, upon invitation, in consecutive Enmore Martyrs Day activities before and after the coalition Government assumed office. The Union’s involvement has involved wreath-laying and public addresses at the Le Repentir Cemetery and the monument itself.While professing to be at a loss for the reason behind their exclusion, but noted that the incident contradicts both the Ministry’s mandate and FITUG’s consistent collaborations with the State through a number of bodies and forums. “This differing approach, on this occasion, is obviously a cause for concern to us. In the meantime, the FITUG has written Minister of Social Cohesion, Dr George Norton seeking an explanation for his Ministry’s decision and have pointed out that our exclusion runs counter to the objective of his Ministry.”“We cannot help but wonder whether the decision to exclude our body is linked to our outspokenness on several matters of concern to the working-people and their families. The Federation, as a responsible body, cannot turn a blind eye nor a deaf ear to the steadily declining economic and social circumstances of our people. If this is indeed the case, the FITUG is not daunted but will continue to speak up, and speak out when cherished gains and freedoms of our people are threatened.”FITUG also warned that it would inform its membership of the Government’s action. In addition, the Union spoke of the need for them to reconsider its relations with the coalition Government and future participation in activities and work of the State. “Our exclusion serves to indicate, from all appearances, that our country isRelatives of the Enmore Martyrs lay their wreathsquickly heading down a slippery slope and heading back to an era when dissenting views are not tolerated,” the Union lamented. “For us, this is saddening recognising that the Enmore Martyrs gave their life and our forbearers struggled to win us those very freedoms which, it seems, are being disregarded by our now-a-day leaders. As FITUG said a few weeks ago, our people find themselves in dangerous times. We cannot help but be saddened by what is taking place in our Dear Land of Guyana.”Take stockMeanwhile, the Guyana Agricultural and General Workers Union (GAWU) sought to remind that even as the lives of the five workers – Rambarran, Lall, also known as “Pooran”, Lallabagee Kissoon; Surujballi; and Harry – are commemorated, the nation must remain cognisant of the struggles of the modern day sugar worker.In a statement on Friday, GAWU recalled how the killings inspired late former President Dr Cheddi Jagan to form the People’s Progressive Party (PPP). The Union expressed dismay for the current state of affairs in the sugar belt.“As we pay tribute to the Martyrs, we cannot fail to reflect on the sugar industry and the anxieties and despair that hover over the heads of workers throughout the sugar belt. It is disheartening for us in spite of the very good prospects for the industry’s viability, the Administration stubbornly pressed ahead, disregarding the dire consequences, with its plans to minimise the industry.” “The sad and disturbing reality, at this time, is that the Government has pushed thousands of ordinary, hardworking, decent Guyanese into a life of desperation and, possibly, depravity. The cutting down of the industry is not the direction that our country should be pursuing. This is a path that will lead to greater hardships for our people and country.” GAWU highlighted the importance of sugar and the workforce to the economy. According to the Union, history will record the actions of the Government and those who orchestrated the downsizing of the industry. And they will neither be forgotten nor forgiven.last_img read more

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Cybercrime legislation breaches Guyana’s Constitution – TT activist

first_imgAs there continues to be mounting concerns over the Cybercrime Bill that is currently before a parliamentary Special Select Committee for review, a Trinidadian based transparency activist believes that the contents of the proposed legislation breaches the Constitution of Guyana.On Thursday May 3, World Press Freedom Day was observed under the theme: “Keeping Power in Check: Media, Justice and the Rule of Law”. However, this observance comes at a time when many feel press freedom and freedom of expression in Guyana is being threatened by sections of the proposed Cybercrime legislation such as penalising whistle-blowers, institutionalisation of criminal defamation and sedition clauses.Delivering the feature address at a World Press Freedom Day lecture at MorayTransparency Activist Afra RaymondHouse on Thursday, activist Afra Raymond, said that Section 18 of the proposed Bill, which deals with those matters, clearly attempts to traverse and restricts the right of freedom of expression with respect to how people discussion affairs.“In particular, the Section appears to be aimed at the conduct of the State and the conduct of official affairs, and criminal offences are put in. The Act itself is creates quite a number of criminal offences so I’m not in support of that approach. I actually think, apart from it being unsupportable and quite likely in breach of the Constitution and Guyana’s treaty obligations… there is also the question of enforceability and bringing the system into ridicule,” Raymond posited.The Transparency Activist went onto point out that while the proposed legislation maybe a “satisfactory piece of law” as in that it could withstand a test in court, it is still flawed. He further explained that people are going to create memes, cartoons, calypsos, and make fun on social media about something that government is doing that they do not approve of or like, asking how the State intends to prosecuted those persons who have anonymous profiles or those who live in other countries.“…Who are they going to prosecute because the way the world is now, all of those things would emanate from outside of Guyana… So that’s the world now, the very said thing that you try to fight with (cyberspace bully and crimes) is not even in the room,” he asserted.To this end, Raymond opined that there need not be such heavy restrictions and called for the Cybercrime legislation to be reviewed, especially with regards to theA section of the gatheringwhistle-blowing section which has a three to 10 years imprisonment penalty for anyone “illegally” releasing information from a public office.“So that needs to also be rectified. It’s a mismatch between whistle-blowing and cybercrime, and we have to decide where we stand on this question of information, where we stand on this question of growth and development. Can you have growth and development if you have these serious restrictions on information? If it’s not a national defence matter, there is no real serious ground for having [to] continue those protections and shields, and so on,” the Transparency Activist posited.This position was also echoed by President of the Transparency International Guyana Inc. (TIGI), Troy Thomas, who said that a free press is an important element in the fight against corruption and that the proposed Cybercrime Bill seeks to hinder avenues which media operatives use, i.e. whistle-blowers, to highlight issues and keep government in check. He added to that the proposed legislation also sets parameters within which persons should express themselves, particularly on social media platforms.On this note, President of the Guyana Press Association (GPA), Nazima Raghubir, reiterated the need for policy makers in the National Assembly to come together to correct the legislation, pointing out that a truly independent media is vitally necessary to guard against societal ills such as human rights abuses, electoral malpractices, lack of transparency and accountability and gender-based inequalities.“Our association takes this opportunity to publicly urge the Government of Guyana and the Opposition to discuss and arrive at a consensus to delete from the proposed Cybercrime legislation, provisions that will amount to the institutionalisation of criminal defamation. Those provisions, we contend, must be removed because they are not in accordance with the global shift towards the removal of criminal defamation from the law books of several countries, and these include a number of Caribbean countries. Guyana will be retrogressing instead of progressing by entrenching the criminalisation of freedom of expression if certain sections in the Cybercrime Bill are enacted into law,” the GPA President stated.last_img read more

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Hawaii presents challenge to 49ers

first_imgLONG BEACH – The Long Beach State men begin a two-game respite from Big West Conference action tonight in the Walter Pyramid. But facing the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors in the 7 o’clock Bracket Buster game appears to be anything but a “respite” for the 49ers. A very sound argument can be made that this is the toughest opponent that Larry Reynolds’ club will have faced on its home court this season. That’s right. The Rainbow Warriors, despite less than imposing 14-12 (overall) and 5-8 (Western Athletic Conference) records, could be the best team the 49ers have played since they went into Pauley Pavilion on Nov. 28 and left with a 30-point loss to the then-No. 1 UCLA Bruins. “If they are not the best (opponent to come into the Walter Pyramid this season), then they are right there,” Reynolds said of the Riley Wallace-coached club. Hawaii shares just one common opponent this season with the 49ers, who are 18-6 overall and 9-2 in conference after a 94-84 win over Cal State Fullerton on Wednesday night, their fifth win in a row. And that was Big West member Pacific, which the Rainbow Warriors knocked off (71-60) on Nov. 28 during the Great Alaska Shootout in Anchorage. The 49ers beat the Tigers (92-64) on Feb. 3 during their most recent home game. But you have to dig a little bit into that 5-8 WAC record to get a truer perspective as to the kind of test being presented the 49ers tonight. Five of those losses were by six or fewer points, with the others coming by margins of eight (at Utah State on Wednesday night) and 11 (at Boise State on Jan. 20) points. center_img WAC leader Nevada (23-2), No. 11 in the latest Associated Press Top 25, edged the Rainbows 68-66 (in overtime, in Honolulu, on Jan. 13) and 69-68 (in Reno two weeks ago tonight). “They are big, can play different styles (transition and half court) and have very good shooters,” Reynolds said. “They are from a very good conference and have played tough opponents (outside of the WAC).” Hawaii’s starters (P.J. Owsley and Ahmet Gueye are 6-foot-8, Matt Lojeski and Bobby Nash are 6-6, and point guard Matt Gibson is 6-5) have at least a two-inch advantage on each of their Long Beach counterparts. “Lojeski (15.8 points per game and 4.7 assists per game) is a tremendous shooter,” Long Beach assistant Scott Waterman said. “Gueye (12.0 ppg and 8.2 rebounds per game) has a big body (235) with good hands. He has everything you would want in a post player. “And Nash (10.4 ppg) is a `slasher/driver-type.’ “We will have to play very well to beat them.” 49ERS NOTES: Since they were suspended for the team’s games against Cal State Northridge and Pacific (Feb. 1 and 3), this will be the first game in the Walter Pyramid for guard Kejuan Johnson and Mark Dawson since the 49ers knocked off UC Riverside nearly a month ago (Jan. 20). Johnson has 41 points, six rebounds and eight assists in the two games since his return to active status. Dawson has 10 points (all against CSF on Wednesday) and 11 rebounds in the same stretch. Gibson and Nash are the only two current players who were with Hawaii when the Rainbow Warriors beat the 49ers, 54-45, on Dec. 20, 2004, during a first-round game of the Rainbow Classic in Honolulu. The 65-year-old Wallace (330-264) is in his 20th and last season with Hawaii. He announced in December that this would be his final season with the program. The 49ers are back in action in the Walter Pyramid next Saturday for a 4 o’clock nonconference game with UC Davis. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
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Times editorial page editor Martinez resigns

first_imgAndres Martinez, the editorial page editor of the Los Angeles Times, resigned Thursday, saying he had been undermined by his publisher over what Martinez described as a “perception of a conflict of interest.” Martinez had helped select Brian Grazer, a Hollywood producer, as guest editor of a special edition of this Sunday’s Current section. The paper reported Thursday that Martinez is in a romantic relationship with Kelly Mullens, a senior executive at the firm that represents Grazer’s production company. The publisher, David Hiller, initially said he did not see a problem with even an appearance of conflict. But he changed his mind Thursday after several staff members had expressed their concerns to James O’Shea, the paper’s editor, and O’Shea spoke with Hiller. Hiller on Thursday canceled the special edition edited by Grazer and ordered a new section to appear in its place. Martinez then resigned, saying in a blog on the paper’s Web site that Hiller’s decision made his position “untenable” and “amounts to a vote of no confidence in my continued leadership.” The incident comes in the midst of a difficult period for the Los Angeles Times, the nation’s fourth-biggest newspaper. It has been under pressure from its owner, the Tribune Co., to cut staff and costs, and last year its publisher and editor were forced out when they complained publicly about having to make those cuts. The Tribune itself has been on the auction block, leaving the fate of the paper up in the air as various billionaires in Los Angeles have expressed interest in buying it and overhauling it. The Tribune Co. is to announce a decision about its future by the end of the month. The matter of the special section took on added significance for many in the Los Angeles newsroom because of a breach of ethics in 1999. The paper’s Sunday magazine published a special section on Staples Center and, unbeknownst to readers, shared the advertising revenue from the section with Staples Center. Against this backdrop, James Rainey, the newspaper’s media reporter, began preparing an article earlier this week about Martinez and his relationship with Mullens. Martinez said in an interview Thursday that when he learned of the pending article, he wrote a long e-mail to Douglas Frantz, one of the paper’s managing editors, and that Frantz, who was on vacation, had written back saying he did not see a problem. Martinez also said Frantz told him he did not want Rainey to pursue the article and that everyone could discuss what to do next week.last_img read more

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Arsenal strike back to end winless run at West Ham

first_imgHowever, Arsenal suddenly sparked into life after Gabriel Martinelli scored his first Premier League goal as Nicolas Pepe finally started to deliver on his club record £72 million fee by curling home a brilliant second before crossing for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to secure all three points.A first win in 10 games in all competitions lifts Arsenal up to ninth and cuts the gap on fourth-placed Chelsea to seven points in the battle for Champions League qualification next season.Ljungberg reacted to taking just one point from his opening two games in temporary charge against lowly Norwich and Brighton by making five changes from Thursday’s 2-1 home defeat by the Seagulls.Alexandre Lacazette was among those dropped as Pepe made his first Premier League start in six games.The Ivorian’s inability to make an impact has summed up Arsenal’s season as high expectations of a return to the Champions League next season have fallen flat in recent months with a string of poor performances and results that ultimately cost Unai Emery his job.Not much had improved in Ljungberg’s first two games since replacing the Spaniard and it was the same tame and lifeless Arsenal for the first hour against a West Ham side that have won just once in their last 11 games.In a first half of precious little good football it was fitting the opener arrived in scrappy fashion as Ogbonna’s attempted header came off his shoulder and deflected off Martinelli to wrong-foot Bernd Leno in the Arsenal goal.Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored his 13th goal of the season as Arsenal beat West Ham 3-1Leno then made an important save at the start of the second half from Declan Rice’s well-struck shot to keep Arsenal in the game.Out of nothing Ljungberg’s men levelled when Kolasinac burst down the left and crossed low for Martinelli to slot home his eighth goal of the season after impressing in the League Cup and Europa League.Suddenly the confidence which Emery and Ljungberg bemoaned had drained away from their players in recent times was restored, none more so than in Pepe, who cut inside onto his favoured left foot and curled into the top corner.That was his first Premier League goal from open play, with his only previous strike coming from the penalty spot against Aston Villa in September.Aubameyang has been the one player Arsenal have been able to consistently rely on throughout the course of a disappointing season to date and the newly installed captain put the seal on a first league win in over two months by sliding in to meet Pepe’s cross for his 13th goal of the campaign.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Arsenal’s Gabriel Martinelli celebrates scoring his first Premier League goal during the game against West Ham on December 9, 2019.LONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 10 – Arsenal ended their worst run without a win in 42 years by coming from behind to beat West Ham 3-1 on Monday thanks to a three-goal blitz in nine minutes after the hour mark.Another miserable night for caretaker Gunners boss Freddie Ljungberg seemed in store when the visitors trailed at half-time to Angelo Ogbonna’s deflected header.last_img read more

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Marina del Rey group to protest hotel

first_imgAndrus and others also oppose the county’s plans to forfeit a handful of other parking areas for new developments, including a senior housing complex on Admiralty and a controversial boat valet center on Fiji Way. Another parking area near the now-shuttered Edie’s and Harbor House restaurants is supposed to become part of a mixed-use development planned by Ed Czuker’s EMC Development, while a lot along Marquesas Way is slated for apartments. Each project requires an amendment to the marina’s Local Coastal Plan because the proposed uses don’t meet existing land-use designations. “They’re doing it in a piecemeal way,” Andrus said, adding, “If you’re going to do anything (with existing parking lots), the first thing they should consider are park opportunities.” A Beaches and Harbors spokeswoman said the asphalt lots slated for new developments are underutilized. Still, Community and Marketing Services Chief Dusty Crane said the department has pledged to build in extra spots in other areas. The Mother’s Beach parking “most of the time ? is empty,” she added. The plan is to keep some parking near the new hotel and also restripe an existing lot near Mother’s Beach, where more cars could park near the water, Crane said. A neighboring leasehold could also make room. “There probably will be less parking spaces, but there will be better utilization of the spaces,” Crane said. “We’re so underparked over there.” In addition, the county has proposed building a new structure near Burton Chace Park. “That seems to be where we have a real parking shortage at this time,” Crane said. Bruce Russell, a resident since 2001 who plans to attend Saturday’s rally, said he hopes the event will at least get the proposed projects on peoples’ radar. “Nobody knows about any of this stuff,” Russell said. “We really think this is the time to tell the Coastal Commission.” Organizers timed the event to fall just days before the commission meets next week in San Pedro. The panel was initially scheduled to discuss a long-awaited review of the marina’s Local Coastal Plan, an issue held over from July, but it has been postponed again for a future meeting. kristin.agostoni@dailybreeze.com160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas CityBut residents already upset with the pace of development in the area and the loss of public parking want to send a message before the project gets approved. Members of the residents group We Are Marina del Rey will host the Rally for Recreation from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to drum up support for the artificial beach, which many would like to be left as is. The group will gather near the enclave at Admiralty Way and Via Marina and march down Admiralty toward Mindanao Way. Walkers will then loop back to the beach, where there will be a potluck lunch, games and a children’s contest. Carla Andrus, an activist and longtime live-aboard boater, argues the proposed Marriott Residence Inn would do more than displace parking spots and picnic shelters. The hotel threatens to obscure the public’s view of the shoreline, essentially turning it into a private beach, she said. “If the Marriott is there, for all intents and purposes it will privatize the beach,” she said. “There will be no access, no real access.” By Kristin S. Agostoni STAFF WRITER A network of Marina del Rey residents will rally Saturday against plans for a new hotel at Mother’s Beach, which would lose a strip of picnic shelters and a parking lot in the process. The Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors has pledged to rebuild the picnic areas in a new spot on the sand and to restripe a nearby lot to handle more beach traffic. The hotel would still provide some public parking. last_img read more

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Clonmany man jailed after verbal assault on Detective Garda

first_imgA Clonmany man who verbally abused an off-duty detective Garda has been sentenced to one-month in prison.Buncrana District Court heard that father-of-four, Shane Grant (33) of Annagh, Clonmany, verbally abused detective Garda Mullins at the social welfare office. Inspector David Murphy said that comments made by Grant were of a ‘private and personal nature’.“Detective Garda Mullins had to leave due to the embarrassment,” Inspector Murphy said.Solicitor for the defendant, Ciaran McLaughlin, said his client, who the Court heard had a ‘multiplicity of convictions’ for assault and criminal damage, was a man who had ‘a short fuse’.“He has got into trouble on several occasions, but he has moved on from a drink problem,” Mr McLaughlin said.“He happened to be in the social welfare office and he inappropriately approached the Garda and asked why he’d got involved in a family law case.”Judge Gerard Jones said Grant, who was under a peace bond, had ‘got chance enough’ and sentenced him to one-month in prison.“He needs to learn manners,” Judge Jones said.Clonmany man jailed after verbal assault on Detective Garda was last modified: March 9th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare 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:buncranaBuncrana District CourtclonmanyDetective Garda MullinsShane Grantlast_img read more

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FORMER GAA STAR VICIOUSLY ATTACKED IN DONEGAL

first_imgA former Derry GAA star is recovering after being viciously attacked in Buncrana.Eamonn BurnsSchoolteacher Eamonn Burns, a member of the All Ireland winning team of 1993, received serious facial injuries in the attack.A Garda spokesman confirmed a 42 year old male was assaulted at West End, Main Street in Buncrana on February 23rd. He was rushed to Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry where he underwent surgery.It is understood he suffered several fractures to his face and is currently recovering at his home in Draperstown.Burns is a hugely respected member of the GAA and is teaching at St Columbs in Derry.  FORMER GAA STAR VICIOUSLY ATTACKED IN DONEGAL was last modified: March 5th, 2014 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:assaultDerrydonegalEamonn BUrnsGAAlast_img read more

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Spain is met with huge hostility

first_img Top scorer in 2019: Messi, Mbappe and Sterling trailing Europe’s top marksman Aiming high Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Spain was met with hostility after a group of Valencia fans booed Juventus’ team coach ahead of the two sides’ Champions League clash.The Serie A giants travel to the Mestalla and head into this season’s competition as one of the favourites to win it. Atletico handed huge boost for Liverpool tie with Diego Costa returning from injury However, the LaLiga side will be determined to get a result off Juventus as they look to make it out of Group H which also contains Manchester United and Young Boys.And there were some Valencia fans who were determined to give the former Real Madrid man a welcome to remember with one fan hurling a can towards the Juventus bus.Below you can see the hostile reception for the Old Lady players. on target Latest Champions League News Liverpool set for Champions League boost as Takumi Minamino will be availablecenter_img Ronaldo and Juve are in Group H alongside Valencia, Manchester United and Young Boys ready? 🔥 Recibimiento HOSTIL en Mestalla al autobús de la Juventus de Cristiano Ronaldo. 💥 ¡Incluso recibió el impacto de una lata! pic.twitter.com/mK9XmMcSfI— Goal en español (@Goal_en_espanol) September 19, 2018 1 BOOST Ancelotti tells fans he has Champions League dream for Everton last_img read more

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