Paco Jémez: “We have to rotate”

first_imgLaBiga SmartBank Lightning climbing has just begun. Paco Jémez lives a positive moment after running the risk of losing his position on the bench. In just over a month everything has changed and now the Franjirrojos already add a seven-game streak without losing between Copa and Liga. The last good news has been the signing of Jorge De Frutos, what he arrives from Real Madrid Castilla after breaking his assignment with Real Valladolid. On the morning of this Friday, the end already he trained with the team to be present on Saturday before the Ponferradina. The Canarian coach expects other reinforcements from this winter market: for now, there is talk of another player of the Pucela, Alvaro Aguado.The presence of Fruit“We are going to take it to see the group dynamics and to see how we work. Then, if the file can be processed, it will give us a few minutes. It arrives in good physical condition. ”The match against Ponferradina “It’s a complicated and difficult game. They have the same points as us, although with one game less. But we are in a dynamic where we have to keep winning wherever we go. We are doing things very well and with that I think we can compete with anyone. ”The physical state of the equipment“The team has recovered well. I have no doubt that the team will be fresh tomorrow. The physical work has been very small, we have used these days to recover ”.The lineup for Saturday’s game“We try to combine the players knowing that we have several matches. We have to make rotations. Maybe from one game to another, we see changes. There may be a change tomorrow. We have too many games trying to combine. ”Ulloa’s condition“He is ready to play, but I prefer to leave until Monday and from there he will start training with the group. I want him to recover well. ”The presence of the canteranos“Not Saturday but for Thursday (against Betis in the Cup) possibly someone has his debut. For this match neither Fabian nor Dani are summoned because we understand that rival needs something else. I would like someone to debut because they are working well. ”center_img * Data updated as of January 17, 2020last_img read more


first_imgThe acting Donegal coroner has refused a request to hold an inquest into missing Mary Boyle.The family of the six year old, who disappeared in 1977 at Cashelard, Ballyshannon, was hoping an inquest would reignite a Garda inquiry.But Dr Diarmuid Hegarty has contacted Mary’s twin sister Ann to say there was no evidence that the little Donegal girl was dead. It is understood Dr Hegarty took legal advice on Ann’s request but phoned Ann this week to say there would not be an inquest.Not all the Boyle family support the idea of seeking an inquest.Mary’s mother Ann does not want to accept her daughter may be dead and did not want to give the go-ahead for an inquest.The site at Cashelard which Gardai dug up in the search for missing Mary BoyleHowever sister Ann, 42, said she felt an inquest may aid any investigation into Mary’s disappearance. “There has been no sight nor sound of Mary in 36 years since she disappeared.“Nobody believes that she could still be alive. Most likely she is still somewhere on the mountain.“If there is no proof she is alive then an inquest can be held and a new Garda investigation launched, but the coroner told me there is no prospect of an inquest,” said Ann.There was concern among the Boyle family earlier this year when a new search of Cashelard took place.The dig took place in a field using a JCB and up to 14 Gardai. But some of the Boyle have made an official complaint to Gardai saying proper forensic protocols were not followed.DONEGAL CORONER REFUSES INQUEST FOR MISSING MARY BOYLE was last modified: July 22nd, 2013 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:Ann BoyleCashelardcoroner Diarmuid HegartyinquestMARY BOYLElast_img read more