Loan companies allowed to counsel students

first_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Rachel Jones, a senior at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, was sitting through a student-loan workshop that university officials had told her was mandatory when a creepy feeling kicked in. The woman in the front of the classroom asked students to fill out forms with personal information — including names, addresses and phone numbers of relatives, an employer and a friend. Jones recalled that she also talked about “other loan companies” that would saddle students with unfavorable rates if they decided to consolidate loans on graduation. Unable to keep quiet, Jones raised her hand: “I just said, excuse me, who are you and what is your affiliation?” The woman identified herself as an employee of All Student Loan, a California-based lender. Jones, a 22-year-old who has $17,000 in student loans, had unwittingly stumbled upon another undisclosed relationship between universities and loan companies. Recent investigations have largely focused on incentives that lenders give universities to get coveted placement on the preferred lending lists students use to take out loans when they enter college. But colleges also give lenders crucial access to students when they are graduating, using lenders to conduct exit counseling required under federal law for students who have taken out federally guaranteed student loans. In some cases, loan company representatives come on campus and run sessions for seniors on loan repayment. In others, colleges direct students to loan company Web sites, including those of Wells Fargo, Citibank and Sallie Mae. And in many cases, the loan companies are pushing a product: their consolidation loans. Anne Prisco, vice president for enrollment management at Loyola, defended the practice, saying the lenders allowed on campus were carefully selected. “Every year when we have exit interviews, we ask if they want to assist,” Prisco said. “They are just there to provide additional information.” Others say the access to students is improper. Heather McDonnell, the director of financial aid for Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, N.Y., said she thought using loan companies for exit counseling was “absolutely” inappropriate. “Behind every lender is a consolidation loan,” McDonnell said. “I don’t allow anybody to come on my campus to come and do that. I just don’t think it’s a good idea. I think that information should be coming directly from the financial aid office.” Many students have various kinds of loans, and consolidation allows them to combine the loans to pay a single interest rate in one monthly payment. Karen Gross, the president of Southern Vermont College and a professor of law at New York Law School, said that depending on a student’s prospective job, income and health, consolidating loans was often unwise. For example, she said, students who take certain public-sector jobs may sign away available benefits if they consolidate federal student loans. “There is no shortage of erroneous information that a student could receive in a group counseling session,” Gross said. “Student loan consolidation makes sense for many students, but for many students it is absolutely not the right choice.” She added that “the reason this is bothersome is that students are required to engage in exit interviews, and so lenders have a captive audience.” The reason exit interviews are mandatory is that the federal government wants to crack down on default rates. According to the Education Department, exit counseling is intended to explain borrowers’ rights and responsibilities, loan repayment and the consequences of default.last_img read more

Federal Agriculture Minister talks trade in Dawson Creek

first_img“Pork can cycle a lot faster and build up their capacity a lot faster, but beef is going to take a while to build those herds and we’ll have that during that transition period.” Another trade opportunity discussed with the producers was making better use of the ports at Prince Rupert, with the federal and Alberta governments looking at the logistics. Ritz argues anything produced here that’s in demand by countries in the Pacific Rim could be moved that way. “A lot more product could be moved, especially as we gain access into the Pacific Rim in a more wholesome way than we have now,” he says. “With China alone, you’ve got $1.3 billion people looking for food everyday on the table, and that’s another thing that Canada has access to in a lot better way than before.” “There’s huge potential when you’re talking a brand new market of roughly 500 million consumers,” remarked Minister Ritz after the round table discussion. “We’ve got a little bit of access into that market, but nothing you’d say is causing our producers to take notice of it or processors to expand their capacity in order to address it.” The CETA deal was signed last month, and is expected to be ratified within roughly two years. That’s when nearly all agricultural tariff lines will be removed, allowing for easier trade between the two economies. The immediate benefits to the Peace Region remain to be seen, but Ritz argues one of the sectors most likely to benefit is the beef producers. – Advertisement -“This is brand new dollars and numbers that we’re talking about for the livestock sector, which is, of course, a big chunk of the piece,” he explains. “They’ve identified this as a $600 million year gain, so that’s tremendous opportunity to start to expand our cow herd. We haven’t had a lot of good news over the last 10 years, but this certainly has the livestock producers excited.” In the meantime, Ritz suggests local farmers can build up their livestock herds, in preparation for the free-trade deal to come into play. Advertisementlast_img read more

Bundoran celebrates launch of CoWork Plus working spaces

first_imgThe DLDC CoLabora co-working project has launched its second phase in Bundoran. The co-working space, based at Bundoran Community Centre, aims to create new working spaces for remote workers, start-ups and small businesses. Four local Social Enterprise organisations in Donegal are participating in this training programme in cooperation with five other European partners including from France, Spain, Germany, Wales and Latvia.  Bundoran is the second of 4 centres participating in the programme to launch in Donegal. The four Donegal participant’s centres include: An Craoibhín, Termon www.craoibhintermon.ie The Base, Stranorlar, www.thebaseenterprise.ie  Bundoran Community Centre, https://www.facebook.com/BundoranCommunityCentre/Spraoi agus Spórt, Carndonagh www.spraoiagussport.ieCoWork Plus Bundoran will provide dedicated desks, high-speed broadband, and a friendly and informal atmosphere to help you support the life you want to live. The launch on 1st October kicked off with free surf lessons which let guests experience one of the many benefits of living in Bundoran.Pictured from L-RMary McGrenra (Craoibhin), Brian Mc Mahon (Vice-Chair of Donegal Municipal District Council), Fred Gallagher (Craoibhin), Laura Martin (LEADER), Sinead McLaughlin (LEADER), Michael Travers (Chairman of Bundoran Community Development)CoWork Plus Bundoran launch: L-RBrian Mc Nulty (Director of Bundoran Community Development), Killian O’Kelly, Finn Ní Fhaolain, Sinead McLaughlin, Cllr Michael McMahon, Rose Barret, Louise McCauley, Michael Travers, Julianne Hayes, Michael Tunney.Following this, guests were shown around the space and heard about remote working and employment opportunities from guest speakers including Pierre Vandermeulen and Maria Gallo, and also from Finn Ní Fhaolain of  Water Stories, Killian O’Kelly of Irish Gap Year, Rose Barrett of Grow Remote and Michael Tunney – Head of Enterprise, LEO. Michael Travers of Bundoran Community Development stated “Bundoran is a holiday resort and it’s famous for its exhilarating cliffs, coastal walks and surfing. If you come to work in this new and exciting enterprise you can experience this exhilaration too”.DLDC is very excited about the opportunities that this project will bring to participating organisations and their communities.  Sinead McLaughlin, Project Officer with DLDC, says “The CoLabora concept is working very well in many parts of Europe.  We look forward to many similar economic and social benefits that it will bring to Co. Donegal”.  If you are currently working remotely from home and wish to join a coworking space please contact any of the above spaces for more information.The project has a Cooperation Transnational Theme and was recently funded under LEADER. This project is supported by: Donegal LCDC, DLDC, Donegal County Council and the Department of Rural & Community Development through grant aid received under The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development in Ireland 2014- 2020 Europe investing in rural areas. Bundoran celebrates launch of CoWork Plus working spaces was last modified: October 9th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:bundoranBundoran Community Centreco-workingcolaboraDLDCworking spacelast_img read more

McBREARTY SHOT WAS OVER THE BAR, SAYS MONAGHAN PLAYER

first_imgPATRICK McBrearty’s last gasp effort to tie today’s Ulster final in Clones was a point, a Monaghan player has admitted.Vinny Corey was speaking on this evening’s Marty Squad on RTE Radio One and told host Marty Morrissey that he felt the shot was over the bar.“I could have sworn it was over the bar,” said Corey. “But the umpire waved it wide so I was happy enough.”Donegal hit 16 wides today – including McBrearty’s shot.We now face Galway next weekend in Round 4 of the back door play-offs.But it looks like we should have been back at Clones next weekend for a replay after Monaghan’s 11 point to 10-points victory. It will now be up to Donegal Ladies to get some revenge when they travel to the same venue next Sunday to play Monaghan Ladies in their Senior Ulster Championship Final. McBREARTY SHOT WAS OVER THE BAR, SAYS MONAGHAN PLAYER was last modified: July 19th, 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:ClonesdonegalMonaghanPatrick MBreartypointlast_img read more

GAA NEWS: AODH RUADH FINISH LEAGUE CAMPAIGN AWAY TO LETTERKENNY GAELS

first_imgFootballA dominant performance in the second half gave Aodh Ruadh the points in this division 3 clash at a wintery Páirc Aoidh Ruaidh. It was a muscular display by Aodh Ruadh with a physically imposing and fit Ballyshannon team dictating the tempo. Eamonn McGrath and Conor Patton both impressed in defence while Niall Harley and Johnny Gethins formed an excellent midfield partnership. The front six put in a great shift, giving a great exhibition of high pressing close to the opposition posts with David Dolan also providing a great outlet for long ball. We have a full match report and pictures from the game up on aodhruadh.org. Aodh Ruadh last game of the league is away to Letterkenny Gaels on Sunday 8th November at 3pm. Aodh Ruadh under 21s booked their spot in the county A semi-final with a 1-19 to 1-11 win over a feisty Dungloe outfit in Tir Chonaill Park, Donegal town on Bank Holiday Monday. It was a ropey first half from Aodh Ruadh, but an impressive display from the Ballyshannon lads when they found their rhythm. There was a powerful performance from half back with Callum O’Halloran, Eamonn McGrath and Pauric Patton exceptional in the second half, Jason Granaghan also shone in a second half defensive effort that saw Dungloe only register 1-1. Niall Harley and Nathan Boyle blossomed at midfield as the game progressed. In the attack Oisín Roper made a huge contribution to winning the game as did the reliable shooting of David McGurrin, Shane McGrath, Jamie McDonald and Philip Patton. Ryan McKenna also made a lively impression on his introduction. Aodh Ruadh will now face Saint Eunan’s in the county semi-final after the Letterkenny men defeated Termon 1-16 to 1-5 in their quarter-final. We have a full match report and pictures from the game up on aodhruadh.org.Aodh Ruadh under 13s exited the league at the semi-final stages, losing out to Ardara on a scoreline of 4-12 to 0-10 under lights at Páirc an Phiarsaigh on Friday night. The Ernesiders were down Senan Rooney and had to battle the conditions too, with the game played in torrential rain. Ballyshannon were well in it at half-time, but Ardara were strong in the second half. Best for Aodh Ruadh was Eugene Doherty who played his heart out in the middle of the field. In defence Cian Barden delivered a committed 60 minutes, while up front Harry Howarth gave it everything he had in attack.The first night of the under 10 Ballyshannon Shoe Company indoor winter league saw some excellent football with nearly 30 player taking part and keenly contested games, with Val Murray in charge of proceedings on the pitch. The Tigers and Panthers are deadlocked at the top of the league with the Pumas, Jaguars and Lions hot on their tails. It’s still very much all to play for this Friday on the final night of the under 10 league. We are playing from 6pm to 8pm with the second set of round robins. Final league placing will decide if teams will play-off for the cup or shield titles. Where teams are level on points score difference will decide, or if that is equal, penalties. The round robins are followed by shield semi-final and final and then the cup final. Medals and trophies presented afterwards with team managers to select their captains. Because we will be in the hall for two hours each night there will be a charge of €4 per head to cover the cost of the hall. Please bring your own water and wear runners as no other footwear allowed. Remember, great quality footwear available at our indoor league sponsors, Ballyshannon Shoe Company! The under 12 indoor leagues will work on a similar format running off on Friday 6th November and Friday 13th November. We have the table and some pictures from last Friday’s action in the league up in the aodhruadh.org image gallery.HurlingColáiste Cholmcille had a great win at the Donegal Secondary Schools Tournament last Tuesday in Letterkenny. Still smarting from their disappointing defeat against Coláiste Feirste in the Casement Shield quarter-final the previous week, the lads were determined to win this event. Five schools took part on the day, Coláiste Cholmcille, St Coulmba’s Stranorlar, St Eunan’s College, Scoil Mhuire Buncrana and Carndonagh Community School. The lads played Scoil Mhuire in the first game which they won well, they followed that up with a convincing win over St Eunan’s and in their third game they won comfortably against Carndonagh Community School. As a result of these three wins they were into the final against Scoil Mhuire. They knew they would face a stiff challenge from the Buncrana outfit, but the lads were determined to win this inaugural Senior Secondary Schools title and they did it in style. They were in control from early on and all the panel of 18 played their part as Coláiste Cholmcille claimed the title with a very convincing display. They were worthy winners and all agreed that they were by far the strongest team on the day. It was a delighted Coláiste captain Oisin Rooney who collected the cup from Jason Ewing, Donegal Hurling Board, Chairman. It was a great day’s hurling very well organised by Kevin Hinphey Regional Hurling Development Officer, Ulster GAA. Check out Aodh Ruadh CLG on Facebook for some pictures from the victory.On Wednesday there was a Cumann na mBunscol Hurling/Camogie tournament in Donegal Town. Creevy NS, Killymard NS and Sessiaghoneill NS were the competing teams. In the hurling tournament Creevy had two convincing wins while in the camogie the girls beat Killymard and lost to Sessiaghoneill. It was a great event and it was very encouraging to have 16 boys and 12 girls representing Creevy in this event. There are pictures on from the tournament on the Aodh Ruadh CLG Facebook page.We are delighted to be associated with these events and thank both Coláiste Cholmcille and Creevy NS for entering the tournaments and supporting our efforts promoting hurling in both schools.Abbey Centre BingoLast week’s €400 bingo jackpot was won by Damien McGurl of Bundoran. There was no winner of snowball prize, so it now stands at €300 on 48 numbers or less. It’s Big Bingo time again with the October big bingo this Friday at 9pm at the Abbey Centre, with a massive €2,900 prize fund including the €1,000 jackpot game. Books priced at €15 for full book, €8 for a half book. Club kit for ChristmasWe still have official club shorts available to order. They are O’Neill’s, so top quality kit. Kids sizes (24 and 26) cost €18, while adult sizes (28, 30, 32, 34, 36 and 38) cost €22. We have samples available. Contact Chris Kelly on 0868813553 to place your order. Our navy blue soft shell jackets are also back on sale for Christmas order. We have three youth sizes available. Ages 7-8 priced €40; ages 9-10 priced €40; and ages 11-12 priced €45. All jackets will have the Aodh Ruadh and GAA crests, plus the child’s initials on the sleeve. We are also able to order Ladies soft shell jackets with pink Aodh Ruadh crest and GAA logo. We are also selling adult jackets. You can check out samples of the shorts and jacket on aodhruadh.org. For further details call Chris on 0868813553.Aodh Ruadh LottoThere was no winner of last week’s Aodh Ruadh Lotto jackpot of €1,700. The winning numbers drawn were 1, 4, 7, 12, 14 and 16. In the lucky dip €20 went to John Keon, Belleek Road; Ivy Murray, Manorhamilton; Geraldine McGrath, Carrickboy; Elaine O’Connor; Anita Cassidy, Ardlongfield. Next draw in Pat’s Bar with a Jackpot of €1,800 on Sunday at 8.30pm. The lotto team for McCosker’s Centra this Saturday is: BORD NA NÓG.You can receive the club notes by e-mail every Tuesday morning. To subscribe, enter your details on the website, www.aodhruadh.org, or e-mail your request to info@aodhruadh.org.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~This is the weekly e-mail newsletter from Aodh Ruadh GAA Club. If you have received it in error, please contact us at info@aodhruadh.org.GAA NEWS: AODH RUADH FINISH LEAGUE CAMPAIGN AWAY TO LETTERKENNY GAELS was last modified: October 27th, 2015 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:GAASportlast_img read more

RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE BUNCRANA 10K?

first_imgSCOTT Rankin was the impressive winner of Saturday’s Buncrana 10k.All the results are below:PlaceBibNameGenderAGClubTime1.423Scott RankinmSMFoyle Valley A.C.32:19,52.425Gary SlevinmSMCity of Derry A.C.33:50,33.429David Mc MenaminmSMInishowen A.C.35:02,74.433Raymond BirchmSMLetterkenny A.C.36:52,35.468Kieran CrawfordmSMLetterkenny A.C.37:01,06.453Philip CallaghanmM40Inishowen A.C.37:09,77.482Barry CoylemSM39:12,48.439Colly O DonnellmM40LAC39:40,19.361Karl KellymSMB.H.F.C.39:45,810.470Seana McIvormSMU Turn RC40:10,911.479Joe Mc DaidmSMInish Fitness40:11,012.464Ciaran O DonnellmM45Letterkenny A.C.40:26,813.407James DonagheymM45Convoy AC40:35,514.484John AtchesonmSM40:50,715.478Sean BradleymSMInish Fitness41:34,716.430Mark NolanmM40Inishowen A.C.41:44,817.467Barry DohertymM4542:14,218.416Eamonn CushmM4542:16,319.444Darren BeecroftmM45LAC42:19,120.414Patrick HarkinmM4042:50,521.415John AitchesonmSM42:50,522.358Michael DevenneymM45Irvinstown RC43:17,723.441Pat GamblemM45U Turn RC43:20,924.421Eugene McCaffertymM40Rosses AC43:23,025.448Marty RossmM4043:34,626.474Aron ColemM40Foyle Valley A.C.43:34,727.366Simon StephensmSM43:36,228.481George HarkinmM50Born 2 Run43:44,029.440Paul SweeneymM40Letterkenny A.C.43:47,230.409Andy Mc InroymM4043:53,231.460Noel BoydmM40Rosses AC44:41,232.357Ciaran BovairdmM4544:51,233.432Liam TinneymSM247 Triathlon Club44:51,334.480Naoise EnrightmM40LAC44:55,135.438Adrian CallaghanmM40Letterkenny A.C.44:56,936.476Brian O DonnellmM40Swanlings44:58,737.426Martin McNameemM5545:15,738.374Owen McKinneymM45Inishowen AC45:31,739.456Kevin CoylemM40U Turn RC45:41,440.371Michael GallaghermM55Foyle Valley A.C.45:56,641.353Siobhan McLaughlinfSWInishowen A.C.46:01,642.428Jim ShielsmM65Finn Valley46:06,543.419Kenny DoylemM4046:11,344.411Jamie FrielmSM46:15,945.442Andy Mc DermottmM45Inish Fitness46:23,446.477Gerald Mc ConnellmSM46:30,847.365Bernard Mc LaughlinmM40Inish Fitness46:31,248.446Glenn GallaghermSM47:01,749.462Barrie CoxmSM47:25,450.463Damien McGoohanmSM24/7 Triathlon47:26,751.367Susan DohertyfSWInishowen A.C.48:41,852.359Peter McKinneymM55Inishowen A.C.49:04,653.431Sarah KellyfSW49:13,454.452Eugene McGinleymM5049:16,055.450Rory FarrellmSM49:39,556.472Roisin McColganfW4049:42,357.370Anne DohertyfW45Inishowen A.C.49:54,758.410Andrew CoylemSM50:04,659.436Catherine MoranfW50Foyle Valley A.C.50:14,360.413Denis KellymM4550:23,061.427Brian DuffymM4050:23,062.471Kieran McCallionmM40Inishowen A.C.50:40,063.354Marie O DonnellfW40Inishowen A.C.50:43,864.465Susan O DonnellfW40Inishowen A.C.50:44,265.461Sinéad CrawfordfW35Inishowen A.C.50:59,266.402Helen McDaidfW40Inish Fitness51:03,567.404Kevin CooleymM4051:04,568.424Paul DuddymM45Run for Fun51:17,069.375Jackie McLaughlinmM40Inish Fitness51:54,870.483Bridgeen GubbinsfSWInish Fitness51:54,971.435Claire McLaughlinfSW52:47,772.443David DohertymSM53:40,173.475Shaun O DonnellmM50Swanlings53:55,574.437Raymond LynchmSMIllies Golden Gloves54:00,375.466Paul O ReillymSM54:00,576.405Joseph CaseymM5054:01,677.372Annmarie FarrellandfSW54:03,378.422Melissa Mc IntyrefW35Inishowen A.C.54:06,079.356Seana JacksonfW40Inishowen A.C.54:06,080.469Liam LynchmSM54:17,581.355Gary Mc GonaglemM45Blast54:24,582.473Patrica MoranfW4554:39,183.455Kevin BradleymM40Inish Fitness55:51,184.449Marie PorterfW3556:24,185.451Lorna DohertyfW4056:24,486.373Brian DohertymM40Swanlings56:39,187.369Joanne BowenfSWU Turn Running Club58:50,688.363Marie CoylefW45Inishowen A.C.59:35,389.412Annette O DohertyfW40NWRC61:09,590.454Geraldine O DonnellfSW61:18,491.417Helena QuigleyfW4563:14,392.418Joe NeesonmM5063:14,693.434Ita GamblefW45U Turn Running Club65:47,394.368Patrica MorrisonfW40NWRC67:19,595.445Brendan LoguemM4567:55,396.352Margaret PoutryfW50U Turn RC71:26,297.351Josaphine DohertyfW50U Turn RC71:26,598.457Daithi McGonigalmM4071:39,699.401Donna HyndmanfW50NWRC78:17,7100.420Martina MorrisonfW40NWRC91:23,0101.406Nicholas MullanmSMNWRC91:25,0RESULTS: WHERE DID YOU COME IN THE BUNCRANA 10K? was last modified: June 11th, 2016 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)last_img read more

‘It’s Mourinho’s fault’: Man United boss blasted after Rashford’s England display

first_img Latest Football News And while there were impressive performances all over the pitch, Rashford’s early second half burst caught the eye.For a prolonged spell, he was unstoppable, striking fear into the Croatian defence with his pace and beating men with ease.While his end product wasn’t always there, he created a fantastic opportunity for Raheem Sterling with a searing run and clever through ball. REVEALED Rashford had a good game for England. Watch him run up & down like a brainless player under Mourinho next weekend.— King Wallito (@KingWallito) November 18, 2018 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Rashford is so good for #England – says all you need to know about Mourinho— Dipak (@dipaksiyani) November 18, 2018 You just have to look at Rashford for England to know Mourinho is a problem 😒 but there’s no point in moaning about him because the Glazers won’t sack him anytime soon— Mr ABR (@bmartins_abr) November 18, 2018 Don’t know how you can watch Rashford for England and be anything other than absolutely damning at the way Mourinho and Utd have handled him #ENGCRO— Mihir (@MCGhule) November 18, 2018 Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Marcus Rashford impressed at Wembley Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move no dice Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury 2 Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade center_img Look at Lingard and Rashford playing for England then United and tell me that Mourinho is the right man to manage these players #MUFC— sealb_ (@sealb_) November 18, 2018 RANKED Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card MONEY I am now convinced that Rashford’s struggle at United is Mourinho’s fault. #ENGCRO #MUFC #GGMU— TİLKİ MOHAMAD ALİ (@TilkiMohamadAli) November 18, 2018 BEST OF 2 ADVICE When Rashford’s away from Mourinho I get a glimpse of 2016 ❤️— Latrice Royale ︽✵︽ (@HausofDupre) November 18, 2018 Rashford playing the way he should be playing here. Wasted talent under Mourinho.— Jonathon Hill (@Jonny5Hill) November 18, 2018 This was in stark contrast to his performances in a United shirt this season.Rashford, who has only scored twice for the Red Devils this term, appeared to enjoy the freedom granted to him under Gareth Southgate at Wembley.And it led some fans to suggest Jose Mourinho isn’t handling him properly at Old Trafford.Here are the best tweets: huge blow Marcus Rashford looked an entirely different player to the one at Manchester United during England’s thrilling comeback victory over Croatia.Harry Kane’s late winner sealed a place in the Nations League finals and condemned the Croats to League A relegation after Jesse Lingard had cancelled out Andrej Kramaric’s goal. REVEALED The United forward kept running at Croatia last_img read more

COUNCIL LATEST: SINN FEIN TO OPPOSE BUDGET IN VOTE

first_imgUPDATED: SINN FEIN leader on Donegal Council Mick Quinn says his party will oppose the budget.“This Government has handed over our main asset to Irish Water.“The budget which was passed here last year and was then reconvened last year in July for further discussion was cut again by 2.7 million, and I believe it will happen again this year if the budget is passed. “Once again the staff in the council are being asked to provide more for less.“The passing of this budget will result in job losses for those council workers involved in water works.“The County has been devastated by unemployment but the worst crime has been emigration not one family hasn’t been affected by this scourge and not one member of this council hasn’t been affected by it or witnessed the devastating effects of it.“We have the worst infrastructure in Ireland our roads are crumbling. “We have one of the worst rates of youth employment in Ireland with nearly 50% of youths out of work,“Third level education is no longer a right, it’s a privilege.“Our role and our role as elected representatives is to stand up for the people who elected us and to stand up for them and our communities.“The people of Donegal can’t take another austerity budget.“I urge you all like Cllr Brogan to say enough is enough and let’s make a stand together and send out a message to say Donegal has had enough. “I didn’t seek election to get a wage from the Donegal County Council.“If by refusing to pass this budget results in me and the rest of the members here getting our P45 tonight for taking this stance so be it the people we stand for have lost a lot more.Labour and independents to speak shortly – then the vote.COUNCIL LATEST: SINN FEIN TO OPPOSE BUDGET IN VOTE was last modified: January 8th, 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:COUNCIL LATEST: SINN FEIN TO OPPOSE BUDGET IN VOTElast_img read more

Sunny spells with scattered showers for Donegal this weekend

first_imgIrish weather experts are predicting the high-pressure conditions to continue right up until next weekend. Temperatures peak on Saturday, when the mercury is expected to shoot up to 21C, according to Met Eireann.The forecaster said: “Saturday will be dry and warm in most areas with sunny spells. “In the northwest, it will be cloudier with rain developing later in the day.“Maximum temperatures 16 to 21C, warmest in the east and south.“Winds mostly moderate southwesterly, but fresh to strong in Connacht and Ulster.”However, there is the possibility of rain. “Mostly cloudy, with scattered outbreaks of rain and drizzle, persistent in places on Sunday.“However, there will be good dry periods in the south and southeast and somewhat clearer conditions will develop in the north, extending slowly southwards later Sunday and Sunday night.“Relatively cool in most areas on Sunday, with maximum temperatures of 14 to 16C, but it will be mild and humid in the south and southeast, with temperatures of 17 to 20C.“Winds will be mostly light, westerly.“Sunday night will be mainly dry, with just a few spots of light rain or drizzle at first, mainly in parts of the south. “Mist and fog patches will form in light winds. Min. 5 to 9C generally, but milder in the south.”Sunny spells with scattered showers for Donegal this weekend was last modified: September 14th, 2019 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)last_img read more

Warriors predict Kevin Durant to have a big Game 3 vs Clippers

first_imgKlay Thompson subscribes. You can too for just 11 cents a day for 11 months + receive a free Warriors Championship book. Sign me up!OAKLAND – It did not exactly require a comprehensive film session or an in-depth conversation to reach this conclusion.The subject involved Kevin Durant and how well he might play when the Warriors play against the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 3 of their first-round series on Thursday. After all, Durant has fielded criticism about his play in Game 2 for recording …last_img