Sergio Camello, Óscar Clemente and Rodrigo Riquelme, attackers of the subsidiary of Atlético de Madrid, complete the Diego Simeone’s call for Saturday’s game against Eibar, with the well-known casualties of Diego Costa, Koke Resurrección, Thomas Lemar, Kieran Trippier and José María Giménez.Trippier he added on Friday, for a pubalgia, to the list of absences for the duel in Ipurua that already formed Diego Costa, operated at the end of November of a cervical disc herniation; Gimenez, due to muscular edema in the left leg; Koke, for a myotendinous lesion; and Lemar, for a muscular ailment. Nor do they travel Sime Vrsaljko, already in the final part of its commissioning of the operation on the knee to which it was submitted 11 months ago, nor Ivan Saponjic, again ruled out by technical decision, even again with strikers of the subsidiary cited by Simeone.The call consists of 18 players: goalkeepers Jan Oblak and Antonio Adam; the defenders Santiago Arias, Renan Lodi, Stefan Savic, Mario Hermoso and Felipe Monteiro; midfielders Marcos Llorente, Saúl Ñíguez, Thomas Partey, Héctor Herrera and Víctor Machín, ‘Vitolo’; and the strikers Alvaro Morata, Angel Correa and Joao Félix, as well as Camello, Oscar Clemente and Rodrigo Riquelme.
Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Education Charlie McConalogue TD is calling on teachers unions to give serious consideration to the latest proposals on Junior Cert Reform.The changes put forward by Minister O’Sullivan mark a significant shift in policy from the proposals adopted by her predecessor, and have the potential to see a much improved Junior Cert programme implemented. The Donegal TD said last night: “The Minister’s decision to concede on the independent assessment issue and to maintain a State exam as part of the assessment process is a welcome development, and lays the groundwork for a tangible agreement between the Department and the teachers unions to be reached. “I understand that the relationship between the unions and the Department has been damaged by the manner in which former Minister Ruairi Quinn conducted the negotiations process.“His dictatorial approach to the issues and his reluctance to take the concerns of teachers and parents on board caused much ill-will. However, Minister O’Sullivan’s belated recognition of the need for change has brought about proposals which can allay the majority of those concerns.“Fianna Fáil has consistently advocated the importance of maintaining independent state certified assessment of the Junior Certificate and we believe the Minister’s u-turn on the issue can now pave the way for an agreement. I would urge the unions and teachers to give serious consideration to these proposals, and how they can ultimately lead to the improvement of our education system.“Both sides in this long-running negotiation process should return to the talks table to try and reach an agreeable position. The current proposals can go a long way to putting our second level system on a solid footing which will benefit future generations to come.” McCONALOGUE URGES TEACHERS TO EMBRACE JUNIOR CERT REFORMS was last modified: November 13th, 2014 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:Charlie McConalogueeducationJunior Certreform