The worst Atlético de Simeone is still hooked on LaLiga

first_imgAtlético won Levante and the rojiblanco team won three consecutive victories in the league championship after beating Osasuna, Betis and the Granota team. It is the second time he has achieved it during the campaign. Curiously, in the first three league days he won all three matches. He beat Getafe, Leganés by the minimum and won Eibar 3-2, so he took nine points out of nine possible. On the fourth day he fell in San Sebastian. Since then he had not linked three straight wins. The win against Levante gives air to a team that continues with options, although it is still far from the head. It is located five points from Barcelona and Real Madrid. He’s the worst Atlético with Simeone on the bench, but he’s still hooked on LaLiga. There are many points, but it is not an insurmountable distance. And put to believe and have faith, there is no one more believer than Atlético. Atlético finishes the first league round in third position, with 35 points, tied with Sevilla. That is, it meets the objective set since the beginning of the campaign. The big challenge of each exercise is to finish in the top four classified and play Champions League every year. Regarding points, it is the worst of Cholo, matched with that of two campaigns ago. In exercise 16-17, Atlético finished the first round with 35 points, although with more victories. Now he has nine and then he got ten. In that exercise it was fourth. He won ten games, drew five and lost four. He scored 34 goals and conceded 16. Atlético have won nine, tied eight and have only lost two of the 19 games they have played in this 2019-20 League. He only fell defeated against Real Sociedad and Barcelona. He has marked 22 goals and conceded 12. Morata is the top scorer of the team, with seven goals. Correa, who was almost out in summer, is being decisive. He has scored three goals and given five assists. The problem of the Madrid team in this first round is the large number of matches they have drawn, eight. His lack of successful scorer has weighed his score. The year that Atlético won the title, 2013-14 season, Atlético had 50 points. In six of the 19 games played he did not score. He didn’t score against Real Sociedad, Celta, Real Madrid, Valladolid, Barcelona and Villarreal. In almost a third of the matches did not mark, something improper of a team of the quality of the rojiblanco. And that is giving your rivals too much advantage. Only in seven games (Eibar, Mallorca, Athletic, Espanyol, Osasuna, Betis and Levante) could he score two or more goals. On the other hand, it remains the same reliable team as always. Atletico has only conceded twelve goals and is the one that has received the least, tied with Real Madrid. In a practically new rear, with Trippier, Felipe and Lodi as headlines (and in many days also as Beautiful in the initial eleven), Atlético barely fits. It is what keeps him alive. His defensive system continues to create many problems for his opponents. Simeone is optimistic.Simeone is optimistic about the immediate future, since he has seen improvement in the game. Waiting for Diego Costa to return (he is expected at the end of February), Atlético combs the market in search of a 9. Simeone asked for it months ago, aware that with something more goal Atlético would be really fighting for the championship. Atlético will now focus on the Spanish Supercup dispute, thinking that their worst moments in LaLiga have passed.last_img read more

Letterkenny University Hospital “worst affected in country” with 43 people waiting beds

first_imgLetterkenny University Hospital is the worst affected in the country today with 43 people waiting for a bed.The centre has been at crisis-point in recent days due to a number of people being hit by an outbreak of flu.Meanwhile, HIQA said it does not have the power to regulate acute general hospitals and has no enforcement powers. HIQA said it can conduct investigations, at the direction of the Minister for Health, under Section 9 of the Health Act 2007, or on the direction of the Board of HIQA.The watchdog said that in recent years, it had assessed the quality and safety of a number of emergency departments including at Tallaght, Limerick and Portlaoise.“These findings and recommendations had implications for services locally and nationally”, it said.The Tallaght probe was initiated by the HQA Board. HIQA added that the responsibility for compliance with standards rests with the provider of the services – the Health Service Executive or the voluntary hospital, and those charged with making policy, the Department of Health.RTE is reporting that HIQA said that the regulatory system in Ireland “varies significantly” to those in place in other countries regarding reach, monitoring and enforcement.“The current programme, as funded by the Department of Health, merely allows for targeted monitoring in high-risk areas”, it added.These areas include medication safety, antibiotic resistance, infection prevention and nutrition and hydration care.HIQA says it has the power to monitor public acute hospitals, against nationally mandated standards and these are publicly reported on. Its 2012 statutory investigation report into the emergency department at Tallaght Hospital, criticised the hospital saying patients’ lives were being put at risk because they were being treated on trolleys in corridors.That report said that all hospitals should stop using hospital corridors, or parking areas for trolleys, to accommodate patients receiving clinical care.It also suggested that no patient should spend more than six hours in an emergency department.Earlier, SIPTU called for HIQA to get involved in efforts to solve the overcrowding crisis. SIPTU Health Division Organiser Paul Bell said its members are working in unsafe conditions because of consistent pressure on the health service.Mr Bell said HIQA was an independent agency, which was set up to investigate such matters.It comes as the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation said there are 551 patients on trolleys in emergency departments, or on wards, waiting for a bed.The number is down from the 575 patients it recorded yesterday.The hospital worst affected is Letterkenny General Hospital with 43 people waiting.Health Service Executive figures show there are 420 patients waiting on trolleys in emergency departments.The number is down slightly on yesterday’s figure, however, there are 57 patients waiting over 24 hours, which is higher than yesterday.The hospitals worst affected are University Hospital Galway with 42 people waiting, Mercy University Hospital in Cork with 32 waiting and Tallaght Hospital with 30 people waiting.Letterkenny University Hospital “worst affected in country” with 43 people waiting beds was last modified: January 11th, 2018 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:bedsdonegalLetterkenny University Hospitalpatientswaitinglast_img read more

Four GPA Generation Peace Academy members spent

first_imgFour GPA [Generation Peace Academy] members spent three months in Glasgow, Scotland, witnessing about the work of True Parents and the Divine Principle.Miyuki Granstrom, 21, said: “When we actually got the opportunity to give lectures, or just do Divine Principle studies with guests, I think it was really amazing and happy for me to see how they responded to it.”Karen Ishiguro, 21, said having an open heart allowed her to embrace people from different cultures and backgrounds, while Yoshi Orikasa, 19, said: “I myself had to be really grounded towards what I believe in, and not let them waver my life of faith. Having that kind of relationship with True Parents, a better understanding of True Parents, I feel like I was able to grow my relationship with God.”Yutaka Ono, 19, said: “Even though it was really difficult at first, seeing how many people come to receive principles, talk about deeper things, seeing how grateful they are and that they want to keep coming back, was a highlight.”This time our work ended on May 22nd and all the members returned back to America the next day.We want to thank the GPA Scotland team for all their hard work and investment, and wish them all the best for the rest of their gap-year program.For more information on GPA, please visit: read more