This article states: “Occur violently on the occasion of the game or as a direct consequence of any set of the game, provided that the action originates risk, but no harmful or harmful consequences occur, it will be sanctioned with suspension of one to three matches or for a period of up to a month. “Atlético and his fans understand that the kick of Fede Valverde did entail risk for Morata, although Sánchez Martínez did not want to see it that way. The Real Madrid player himself regretted having used in this way in the play with Morata and even the Real Madrid coach, Zidane, admitted that the action “was rude, but it had to be done.” The Athletic one, nevertheless, has not presented / displayed allegations to the sanction of Fede Valverde. Understand that all part of the bad writing of the minutes of a collegiate who also left very happy to the rojiblancos players. In Atlético’s locker room they understood that Sánchez Martínez was not equanimous when it came to pointing out yellow cards. Atlético and the rojiblanca fans are outraged by the sanction of a match of the Competition Committee to Fede Valverde for the kick he gave Morata in the final minutes of the Spanish Super Cup match. Indignation in that this action was worthy of a greater punishment. In the club they consider that the kick of Fede Valverde put to have caused damage to the player of the Athletic one. The red and white fans, meanwhile, expressed their discomfort in social networks. The writing of the minutes of the colleague Sánchez Martínez was not very descriptive of the action and has helped the sanction to be minimal. The referee said Valverde was expelled for “knocking down an opponent thereby preventing a clear chance of scoring.” In the rojiblanco club they consider that the minutes are badly written. According to it, Fede Valverde has been sanctioned by applying article 114.1 when, had the act been written in accordance with what happened on the field, the Real Madrid player had to be sanctioned by applying article 123. In that case his sanction would have been between one and three meetings.
MORE than 300 people packing into a community hall in Killygordon last night to voice their concerns over plans to build Ireland’s largest wind farm in the area.The meeting was the second such gathering since plans were formally lodged with An Bord Pleanala (ABP) two weeks ago by Planree Ltd, for the Carrickaduff Wind Farm.The giant wind farm is to include 49 turbines, some with a maximum height of 500 feet, stretching from the iconic Barnesmore Gap, along the Tyrone border, to near Castlefin. The meeting, organised by the Finn Valley Wind Action (FVWA) group, was held in the Parochial Hall in the tiny village of Crossroads.Well-known environmental planning consultant, Mr Peter Crossan, told the packed venue that it was essential for the local community to get behind FVWA.If they did, he said, he was fully confident they could successfully fight plans to build the huge development on their doorstep.Mr Crossan said there was proof coming from world experts that turbines have a detrimental effect on peoples’ health, but that this argument was being “drowned out” by the powerful wind energy industry lobby. A Cavan man, said he was familiar with Donegal and said wind farms would have a drastic effect on the local environment and that the turbines were “alien” to the county’s landscape.FVWA secretary, Ms Marie Scanlon, said if the development went ahead, her children would grow up without having the pleasure of an uninterrupted view of Barnes because of the giant turbines.“Apart from the obvious health risks, these huge turbines will destroy our beautiful landscape forever. I want my children to enjoy places like Barnes while they are growing up. Barnes is as iconic as Errigal and should be afforded the same protection.”She also dismissed reports in the national media that millionaire popstars, Mick Hucknall and Chris DeMargery, are backing their group financially.‘WE WANT OUR CHILDREN TO SEE BARNES,” CAMPAIGNER TELLS PACKED WIND FARM MEETING was last modified: February 24th, 2015 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:donegalKillygordonmeetingThe Crosswind farm