Gabriel: “Everything has been shit, in defense, in attack …”

first_imgMatch Rating: “I wanted to say something, but I can’t. Everything went wrong. The elimination against Granada was tough. It was a game to win again and it was all shit. In defense, in attack. We have a week to recover and train hard to come back”. Gabriel Paulista was blunt in his assessments after the match between Getafe and Valencia. And that the Brazilian started biting his tongue. “I wanted to say something … but I can’t.” The central could only admit the bad game of his. The key to the match: “We have to change today’s attitude. They have been more men. We have to fight more in the field. We have to be stronger in all aspects of the game. In general it has been bullshit.”Without excuses: “There are important players outside, but we cannot say that the players who are outside have missed us today. The players we have must show that we are stronger. All. From the goalkeeper to Maxi. All. We must be stronger and now to think in the next one and at home. But if we play like this we will lose again. Congratulations to Getafe. “last_img read more

Six out of seven councillors headed to UBCM Conference next week

first_imgVICTORIA, B.C. – Most members of the Fort St. John city council will be in Victoria next week for the annual Union of BC Municipalities Conference next week.The conference runs from September 26th through to the 30th at the Victoria Conference Centre. The city’s Communications Coordinator Julie Rogers says that the 8-person delegation will consist of Mayor Lori Ackerman, and councillors Dan Davies, Byron Stewart, Larry Evans, Gord Klassen. In addition, city manager Dianne Hunter and General Manager of Integrated Services Victor Shopland will also be participating in the week-long conference.Rogers says that the team will be meeting with officals from several provincial ministries, including:The Ministry of Justice and Attorney GeneralThe Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and ReconciliationThe Ministry of Natural Gas DevelopmentThe Ministry of EnvironmentThe Ministry of Jobs, Tourism & Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour- Advertisement -The group will also be holding meetings with Northern Health to discuss physician recruitment and their plans for the old hospital site.Mayor Ackerman will also be representing the Energetic City as a member of the Northeast BC Resource Municipalities Coalition. The coalition includes the mayors and senior municipal staff from Fort St. John, Taylor, Fort Nelson, as well as local industry consultants. They have meetings scheduled with Premier Christy Clark; as well as Natural Gas Development and Housing Minister Rich Coleman; and Jobs, Tourism & Skills Training Minister Shirley Bond.The conference will focus on several key issues facing municipal governments across the province. Monday will focus on homelessness and community gang violence, with other topics throughout the week.Advertisementlast_img read more