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Willian José: “Sorry”

first_imgWillian José wanted to take a step forward to apologize to the fans after not making his exit to Tottenham. The Real Sociedad striker used the official means of the San Sebastian club to explain everything that has happened in recent weeks. His signing for the Mourinho team was almost done. He was so close that he refused to play last year’s Cup match against Espanyol, claiming that his incorporation into the Spurs was a matter of hours. But negotiations broke down and Willian José will not finally leave the Real. His situation is now complicated for the fans. That is why he wanted to give his explanations.Sorry: “The truth is that I apologize to the fans for everything that has happened in recent days. Many things have happened and I have to ask the fans, my teammates, the coach too, that they are supporting me. I saw that it was an opportunity very good for me to go out and play the Champions League in a Premier team. for what he has bet and now I just have to work as I have been working the last two weeks to get my space. “ Waiver to go to the match against Espanyol: “It has been a very different way. I had said that I was not summoned before Espanyol. I don’t know if it was the best decision, but that was what I thought at the time. I had a lot of information in my head and I ended up telling the president, that I didn’t have the head to go to the game. I apologize to everyone for what happened and now, to continue working every day to regain people’s trust. “What is left of the season: “The season we are doing is an exciting season, now we have the quarterfinals against Madrid, which is very difficult. We have to be all in the same dynamic and concentration to go there and get the victory.”Hobby: “Not only the fans but I am also hurt. It has been the last two weeks very painful for me, my wife and my family. I just have to keep working and keep helping my teammates scoring goals and giving joy to the fans and that they will chant my name again in Anoeta, it would be an immense happiness. “last_img read more


first_imgFinn Valley AC NewsAn excellent day for cross country at the Finn Valley Centre well prepared course and a large crowd add in a seventh individual title for Teresa Doherty ( Mc Gloin ) gone from the get go leading her Valley team to another team success the 41st at county level.Her scoring team Catriona Devine 2nd, Catherine Dooher and Kay Byrne. The mens 10k had all the thrills of a drama as LAC and Valley as expected went head to head the local lads out to retain their title and that target was in jeopardy with 2k to go.As LAC had the lead but all was to change with Finn Valley getting control in that final phase led by Paddy Brennan supported on scoring team by Mark Hoy, Barry Harron, Adam Speer, Gerard Gallagher and Dermot Brennan.Credit to both teams for a flat to the mat performance the individual title here going to Conor Bradley ( COD ) who passed out the courageous Pauric Mc Kinney on last lap competing with Inishowen .ATHLETICS NEWS: FINN VALLEY ATHLETE TERESA DOHERTY WINS HER SEVENTH INDIVIDUAL TITLE was last modified: November 5th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:athleticsFinn Valley ACnewsNoticesSportlast_img read more

Asian Workers File Complaint Against California Resort

first_imgA resort in California is under scrutiny following accusations of trafficking and exploitation of migrant workers mostly hailing from Asian countries. Unite Here, a hotel workers’ union, filed a complaint on behalf of Kolkata couple Falak Rashid and Wahid Rahman who were allegedly misled by an “internship” offer from the Terranea Resort.According to the complaint filed in the U.S. Department of State on Dec. 22, Terranea Resort hires migrant workers from the Philippines, India, and Malaysia on J-1 visas to replace its entire entry-level cook workforce, violating State Department regulations, the Los Angeles Times reported.The lawsuit is seeking investigation into the resort’s internship program where prospective interns were promised training in a variety of cuisines via promotional videos and Skype interviews. Rashid, 23, and Rahman, 24, paid for the year-long program beginning Aug. 15 last year that was intended to train them and further their career after their graduation from a culinary school in Kolkata. The reality of the resort apparently came crashing down on them after they paid to get to the internship, only to find they were performing the same tasks as ordinary workers, and, as per their complaint, “don’t receive raises or benefits.”According to the complaint, 45 interns in 2017 became the resort’s entry-level employees.As much as 60 per cent of full-time entry-level positions are currently filled with interns from the international internship program, NextShark reported citing an old employee of the resort.According to Rashid and Rahman, they spent $15,000 together on airfare, visas, and placement fees just to participate in the “internship”. They looked for their own house in Los Angeles, bought their own kitchen supplies, and other necessities. They quit in less than two months and are looking for a reimbursement of their expenses, as they now have $11,000 in debt.Jon Tuason, a student of a culinary school in the Philippines who was recruited by the resort in 2015, told the Los Angeles Times that he was in the room service kitchen for about five months before he was allowed to move to the cold kitchen where he spent the rest of his internship peeling fruit and making salads.“I felt like a manufacturing machine,” Tuason told the publication.  “I knew it was going to be hard work — I was expecting that.  But I was at least expecting to learn something from it.”Terranea’s practices allegedly violate federal human trafficking laws against fraudulent recruiting or hiring foreign workers under false pretenses, according to the complaint.Jessie Burns, a representative of the resort, dismissed the complaints and called them baseless, the report said. She said that over 160 students have benefited from the program since 2011 and that some of the former students have opened their own restaurants or become chefs. Related ItemsCaliforniaEmploymentHuman Traffickinglast_img read more