Tremendous anger on the CD Lugo for arbitration in Almendralejo

first_imgIn the chapter of expulsions Ocón Arraiz did spin thinner. Pray the act that is expelled by double reprimand to Curro Torres for “making observations and gestures of disapproval” to your decisions, and you expel to Leuko “for ostensibly protesting to the assistant referee in the following terms: ‘time, a lot of time is being wasted’ being warned by the referee ”. For all this, It is expected that in the next few hours and as announced the club, East file a complaint with the Federation. The defeat of CD Lugo in Almendralejo against Extremadura with a goal by Alex Alegría in a more than doubtful position and that the VAR considered valid It will have consequences. In the club albivermello there is a tremendous anger both with the performance of Milla Alvendiz as referee in charge of the VAR and with the decisions that Ocón Arraiz made on the pitch, expelling three team members on the bench (coach Curro Torres, the goalkeeper coach Roberto Fernández and player Serge Leuko, which was on the bench after being replaced). They insist from Lugo in which both the decision to validate Alegria’s goal and subsequent decisions were a grievance towards those of Curro Torres, and Announce a formal complaint to the Royal Spanish Football Federation.Coach albivermello himself was very angry in the press room, where he pointed out that “We don’t want them to help us, but we’re not going to let them hurt us either, ” while holding in his hand a mobile with the image of the controversial goal. He sentenced Curro Torres what “We are small, but they will not be able to with us.” He also complained about a possible penalty Gerard Valentín, who claimed that “There is a touch that is just enough to unbalance and twist my ankle, but the referee does not interpret that it is a penalty.” LaBiga SmartBank* Data updated as of February 2, 2020last_img read more

Association of Australian Convention Bureaux commends Perth backing

first_imgAssociation of Australian Convention Bureaux commends Perth backingThe Association of Australian Convention Bureaux (AACB), commends Opposition Leader, Mark McGowen, on his pledge to invest $5 million per annum in the Perth Convention Bureau (PCB) if WA Labor wins office at next year’s state election.AACB CEO, Andrew Hiebl said, “With tourism being identified by Deloitte as one of Australia’s five super-growth industries, now is not the time to cut investment in convention bureaux, especially with the mining boom transitioning to production.”In 2014, Deloitte further described the business events sector as “a high-value, fast-growing component of the visitor economy”. One in five dollars spent by international visitors in Australia is spent by an international delegate attending some form of business event. In addition, international delegates spend, on average, 21% more than other international visitors over the course of their trip – and 77% more per day.Hiebl added, “State and territory investment in convention bureaux around the country is a critical component of the public-private-partnership structures that they work under. Governments that are truly committed to the doubling of overnight expenditure in line with Australia’s Tourism 2020 targets will have a solid and secure investment strategy for the business events sector.”“The extreme funding decrease of 28% announced by WA Treasurer Nahan last year would diminish the PCB’s capacity to bid for and win new international and national conventions for the state which would see Western Australia miss out on the opportunity to leverage this industry”.Around the world, business events are being used as strategic tools for attracting trade, investment and global talent. Governments invest in the business events sector because they recognise not just the high yield, but also the long-term benefits accruing from growth in the visitor and knowledge-based economies.AACB calls on the State Liberal Government to reverse its PCB funding cut decision and back a sector that can drive jobs and economic prosperity for Western Australia.Source = Perth Convention Bureaulast_img read more