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Eibar – Athletic | Shipwreck of the Atleti in Ipurua

first_imgThe rojiblancos looked for their clothes in the rain matching the intensity of the Eibar in duels and disputes, the rhythm, scratching possession. The break came after João tried to overcome Dmitrovic with a medium and medium petroleum jelly and Vitolo stumbled into the area and fell while Correa, who started the opportunity to pass the ball and picked up the rebound, collided knee to knee with the goalkeeper.To wait for Eibar after rest, while the first ball played was won by Saul. Statement of intents. The match was to be played by combining under and a few meters from the door of Dmitrovic. The team found Vitolo, looked for João, active, without the abrupt gesture of late, carried the ball from side to side a strap that, when taking a step inside, left the right wing for Arias to threaten their careers. The Eibar, neutralized, waited. The minutes passed in Ipurua without the rojiblanco goal coming. Simeone behind him had Adam, Lodi, Llorente and Hermoso with three kids. Morata nodded softly in the center of Saul. A Saul who walked the reverse path of other parties in 71 ’: Lodi entered, the youth player went to the middle. Mendilibar responded by removing the lining to his new signing: Cristóforo. Simeone sought the comeback in the final minutes on the quarry. “I have nothing else,” he seemed to shout at the box, the sterile team, the short staff, the market still open. Camel came in, João went upset, Clemente debuted, Oblak tried to avoid the inevitable before Expósito, that Eibar had let go. Three minutes were enough for an Atlético who broke the changes. Once he was able to take out the miracle hand, but the next no longer. It was 89 ’when Eibar merged again into a hug. That ball of Expósito undressed Atlético again in the constant rain, in the middle of January. And the usual problems. CardsReferee: Jesús Gil ManzanoVAR Referee: José Luis Munuera MonteroSaul (58 ‘, Yellow) Esteban Burgos (61 ‘, Yellow) Savic (84 ‘, Yellow ChangesRenan Augustus (72 ‘, Héctor Herrera), Cristoforo (73 ‘, Pedro León), Pablo De Blasis (79 ‘, Orellana), Sergio Camello (82 ‘, João Félix), Charles (86 ‘, Sergi Enrich), Oscar Clemente (86 ‘, Vitolo) He received Eibar at Atlético in Ipurua, premiering a central pair, Burgos-Bigas, and one purpose: to avoid that not a single rain that fell from the sky be dyed red and white on the grass. Without the mud that formed in past battles and against Atlético more offensive than yesterday he could go to Cholo (Correa, Vitolo; Morata, João), The Mendilibar team seemed to be a fencing master, fast and efficient, looking to hit the lunge from the first play. It was all his. The intention, the dominion, the occasions, the highest pressure, the hybrid grass. And Atlético, meanwhile, all cracks in the defense of the stopped ball. Neither Oblak nor the VAR could avoid the inevitable. They just delayed it.Because the first time Eibar approached the Slovenian goalkeeper, Pedro León did it by throwing a foul like a grenade About his goal. Oblak deactivated it with his miracle hand. And Enrich’s subsequent header, headline him and not Charles, too. Five later there were all the men of Mendilibra again before him, sniffing blood. Orellana had just taken a corner to Arias. Eibar took it from the right, Enrich prolonged, the man with the mask, Burgos, nodded to the net. The celebration was stopped by a pennant in the air. Offside. Until Gil Manzano put a finger to his ear: VAR review. Vitolo and Arias enabled. Valid. The whole Eibar ran to the band to merge into a hug while Atlético shivered naked in the rain.center_img Goals1-0, 9 ‘: Esteban Burgos, 2-0, 89 ‘: Edu Expósito Because all Cholo’s plans were stamped on the Mendilibar board. High pressure and defense, very high. The Eibar winner of each duel, dispute and second play. The Atleti getting tangled up like a ball in his passes inside, always one step behind. And missing the belt terribly from the last games. The first time that the Argentine appeared in the game was in the 25th minute to finish off without a conviction or soul a center of Vitolo, the first time the rojiblancos found their backs to Eibar. Shortly before Dmitrovic took a good hand against João and Cote would blind Morata once. He had to throw and decided to pass, 35 minutes. Atleti had just woken up in the middle of the game.last_img read more


Multiculturalism report reflects tensions

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Australia is a vibrant multicultural society and a model to the world on how to build a cohesive society, according to a report tabled in federal parliament last month. The report – authored by the Joint Standing Committee on Migration – made 32 recommendations to enhance the government’s delivery of multicultural policies after receiving over 500 submissions and holding 27 public hearings in its two year investigation. Its recommendations include enhancing research into multiculturalism, factoring cultural and linguistic diversity into the government’s social inclusion agenda, and ensuring greater flexibility in English language training and support for micro enterprises, especially for women. Job Services Australia – the government agency whose mission it is to support job seekers – was slammed in the report, with the inquiry saying it had to lift its game in delivering services to people of diverse backgrounds. Migration Committee chair Maria Vamvakinou told Neos Kosmos the report told a story of Australian multiculturalism as an unparalleled success. “We are a cross party committee, and for me the journey we went on was inspiring. We stuck to the evidence – much of which was very politically charged – and produced a report that responded to that evidence.” “Overall it has reaffirmed for me how successful has been our experience of multiculturalism in Australia, but we need to refine it, and address the faultlines,” said the federal member for Calwell. Whilst the report describes Australia as a vibrant multicultural society, the inquiry did highlight public tensions about Islamic integration and reaffirmed “inclusiveness and engagement within the framework of Australian laws”. With some submissions expressing concerns at a perceived introduction of elements of Sharia Law, the committee made plain that it did not consider legal recognition of Islamic practices necessary or desirable. “It needed to be said. ‘No legal pluralism’,” said Ms Vamvakinou, who added that the views espoused by the controversial Dutch MP Gert Wilders had informed the narrative of many people who had written to the inquiry. “Notwithstanding those submissions, the overwhelming number actually put forward strong cases explaining how multiculturalism has succeeded.” Ms Vamvakinou described the inquiry’s findings as further evidence that commentators who portrayed multicultural policies as divisive were wrong. “The committee believes that access to Australian citizenship has been at the heart of the success and cohesion of Australian society. “Settlement is a long-term and intergenerational process, and we need a whole government approach and better coordination between all three tiers of Australian government,” said Ms Vamvakinou. On the issue of 457 visas, which the Gillard government has vowed to reform in recent weeks, Ms Vamvakinou said she was critical of recent rhetoric used by the prime minister on the subject. The PM’s comments on rorts by temporary foreign skilled workers and employers – portrayed as protecting Australian jobs – rang alarm bells for the chair of the Migration Committee. “We’d picked up concerns over 457 visas during the inquiry. The emphasis and the rhetoric should have been focusing on how migration agents and a few employers are rorting the system. “At the end of the day running a debate which says ‘we don’t want foreigners’ is a false debate,” says Ms Vamvakinou. “It’s not the way I would have advanced the discussion. I’m very aware of how sensitive this kind of narrative is. It backfires.” Coinciding with the tabling of the Migration Committee’s report, the inaugural Australian Migration and Settlement Awards were also held in Canberra last week. The awards, presented by the Migration Council of Australia, recognise finalists from around the country who are exemplary in their commitment to providing world-class services to migrants. The PM and Minister for Multicultural Affairs Kate Lundy congratulated Sir James Gobbo for being awarded the Australian Migration and Settlement Lifetime Achievement Award. Leader of the Opposition Tony Abbott, who was also present, said that he and the PM shared a common ancestry in their families’ migration from the UK. “Like millions of others, they came because they sought a new life here and because they had the skills and the attitudes that our country needed, principally the determination to become Australian and to succeed in their new home,” said Mr Abbott. “Our support for refugees indicates our warm hearts as a people. Our support for skilled migrants indicates our cool heads as a people because why not take the best from anywhere in the world and make them ours?”last_img read more