Rayo Majadahonda has reached an agreement with the representative of his coach, Julián Calero, to end the adventure of the coach in the team majariego after the bad results harvested since the start of this 2020. A single victory and two draws, is the poor baggage in the last eight days of the domestic championship that the Madrid team is placed six points from the last position of the promotion zone for promotion to LaLiga Smatbank, great goal of the season, have made the technical goodbye rush. On Monday afternoon, the sports management of the team and the captains, and the representative of Calero, were gathered and it was yesterday when the final decision was made. Both club and coach have had no trouble reaching an agreement, since both considered that the best thing for the team was to change of air to be able to fight until the end for the fourth position. The club, grateful to the coach, had words of thanks for the work done on the team: “we want to convey all our thanks and respect for the work done during all this time and wish him the greatest number of victories in his future, both personally and professionally. “After the technician’s farewell, Rayo Majadahonda confirms that he will take over the Manual Alcazar team on an interim basis, until now responsible for the quarry, minimum until Sunday’s game that faces the Madrid team to Melilla. With this decision the club tries to change the course of the team to try to be in the top four at the end of the season to fight for promotion.
Next outing of the Glencar Inn Golf Society will take place at Letterkenny Golf Club, on Sunday 5th May, tee off time 10.30 am.It will be our first major competition of the season, it will be for the Joe Dorrian Memorial Cup.Going by the last outing in murvagh, Martin Kelly should be a strong favourite, followed by Liam Sweeney, Liam coming off a good run of form lately with back to back wins in Westport, not ruling out his brother Keiran, (when he gets his swing right) he will be hard to beat on the day. But there is a lot of dark horses in the field including Liam Collins, on his day he will be hard to catch, Brian Carney our Captain for 2013 will certainly be there to keep a steady ship.But sadly our friend Tadgh Culbert, who sadly passed away last week after a short illness, we will miss him for his good and funny humour on and off the course, Tadgh would always give good info on how we should have played that shot that never went right, and when the match was over it was back to the club house, where he would go hole for hole to see were we went wrong, there was never a dark moment with Tadgh he was always up beat, nothing ever got him down.Tadgh himself would never boast about golf (only about Tipperary), he was larger that life, the soul of our society, on behalf of the Glencar Inn Golf Society, we would send our condolences to his wife Hilda, son Andrew and daughter Lisa, and to his brothers and sister, and to so many friends from Letterkenny and surrounding areas, RIP Tadgh you will be sadly missed. GOLF NEWS – GLENCAR INN GOLF SOCIETY was last modified: May 2nd, 2013 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:Glencar Inn Golf Society
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