Suso: “It is the perfect time to play in Sevilla”

first_imgEurocup: “The first thing is the club, if everything is done well then the selection is something that comes alone.”Close family: “For them it was very important, it is a great happiness that can be here. Copa del Rey? You had to win that game, it’s an ugly day and those games are the worst for not entering with the mentality with which you have to enter. We already look at LaLiga. ”State of form: “I don’t think the circumstances of three weeks change much. I am available to the coach and I have been playing almost always. I do not think that after four years playing this break is very noticeable. If there is a coach who knows me well, it is Lopetegui. He is the perfect person. ”Trajectory in Milan: “One stays with many things. Tactically I have learned a lot and have improved in the Italian league. ” Sevilla seeks to leave the chaos butler and presented today the signing of Suso Fernández as the last piece aimed at strengthening the power of the Julen Lopetegui squad. The player did not hesitate to highlight the importance of his arrival: “We were talking for a week and there was a great desire for this to happen. We all made an effort and what I wanted was to be here. ”Looking to the future and its intentions: “I played here in Spain with 19, it was another moment of my life. Now I arrive at the best possible moment, it is when I am better. There are perfect circumstances and I am in a great club with a coach who knows me perfectly about the national team, it is the perfect moment. ”He influenced his qualities for the team: “There are very good players, as in all the great teams. I come to help and improve in many ways to make the goal easier. ”last_img read more

‘Garda numbers must be increased to protect from menace of rural crime’ – Pat the Cope

first_imgDeputy Pat the Cope Gallagher Leas Cheann Comhairle has raised the issue of plans to downgrade Donegal Town Garda Station with senior personnel ahead of potential cuts to opening hours. It emerged this week that plans were being considered to significantly reduce the opening hours of Donegal Town Garda Station from a 24 hour basis to a maximum of six hours per day. Numerous constituents and members of the business community of Donegal Town have expressed their concern at the reduction of opening hours and its impact on crime levels in the town and neighbouring communities. Donegal deputy Pat The Cope has said he brought the heavily criticised proposals to the fore with senior garda personnel  to share the serious concerns of the community. Pat the Cope stated, “I have asked the Garda Authorities to consider all options before making a final decision in relation to the opening hours of the station and to further consider improving the overall numbers of Gardaí within the county. “I stressed to them the urgent need to maintain a strong garda presence within the Donegal Town areas; the presence of Gardaí in any area is the greatest deterrent to crime and is a source of great comfort to the elderly in our community. “Security can only be guaranteed if we have Garda numbers, and the decision being considered by Garda authorities at present is a direct result of declining numbers within the county. “Since 2010 over 101 less Gardaí serve within the Donegal Division, that is a decline of 21% in numbers. It is impossible for any organisation to provide the same level of public service when their numbers have been cut so drastically.“I am bringing this matter up in the Dáil by way of a motion to the Justice Minister at the earliest convenience; I have also secured a meeting with the Regional Commissioner of the Garda Siochána in order to discuss this matter. “It is imperative that every avenue be explored before any of these proposals are brought in, consultation is now essential with the community in order to hear their concerns. “I am again requesting the Garda Authorities, the Minister for Justice and the Government to increase Garda numbers in Donegal so that communities right across the county can be assured of a visible and strong Garda presence, in order to best protect our areas from the rising menace of crime and robbery in rural areas,” concluded Pat the Cope. ‘Garda numbers must be increased to protect from menace of rural crime’ – Pat the Cope was last modified: February 27th, 2018 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:donegal town garda stationPat The Cope Gallagherlast_img read more