Monchi: “If they cancel the second goal, I go down to the field and take the team out”

first_imgAnnoying. “Leaving the game satisfied after a loss is a small team and Sevilla is a very large team. We are angry, outraged and … I stop a little.”Gudelj: “I think he was wrong”Gudelj, protagonist in the goal annulled to De Jong, also disagreed with Martínez Munuera. According to the Valencian referee, the Serbian committed a foul on Militao in the Dutch scorer’s play.Referee error. “I think he was wrong. He could whistle for us that it was not necessary but he has not done it.”The nullified goal was not decisive. “It has not been key, but it has been an important moment in the first part where we circulate the ball a lot. We had opportunities to tie.” Goal annulled to De Jong. “The action has been seen by everyone. There is no football, technical and tactical analysis after such a key play that marks the game. There is nothing more to analyze after that play, it is absurd.”Munir’s hand. “If they cancel the second goal equally low to the field and take the team.” The sports director of Sevilla Monchi did not cut himself at the time of criticizing the arbitration received by the Andalusian team at Santiago Bernabéu and verbalized his anger at Movistar’s microphone.last_img read more

May vows to deliver on Brexit EU tells UK no renegotiation

first_imgAlthough British Prime Minister Theresa May said she will deliver Brexit on time, the EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told May that her 27 EU partner countries will not renegotiate their divorce agreement. London best pest control European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker shakes hands with British Prime Minister Theresa May at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, February 7, 2019 (Reuters)British Prime Minister Theresa May has vowed that she will deliver Britain’s departure from the EU on time following another session of talks with EU leaders.center_img Despite fundamental differences over whether the draft withdrawal agreement May negotiated with the EU should be changed to address strong objections by British lawmakers, May pledged to achieve an orderly withdrawal by the March 29 deadline.May said on Thursday, “It is not going to be easy.”“I’ll be negotiating hard in the coming days to do just that,” she said.“I am clear that I am going to deliver Brexit. I am going to deliver it on time.”Earlier on Thursday, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told May in talks in Brussels that her 27 EU partner countries will not renegotiate their Brexit divorce agreement.Juncker’s spokesperson Margaritis Schinas said the president “underlined that the EU 27 will not reopen the withdrawal agreement, which represents a carefully balanced compromise.”Schinas says that May “raised various options” for getting around the main sticking point in the Brexit negotiations, the backstop arrangement to avoid checks on the Irish border.TRT World ‘s Simon McGregor-Wood has more.Describing the approximately 90-minute meeting between Juncker and May as “robust but constructive,” Schinas said that the EU and Britain have already “made significant concessions to get a deal.”May and Juncker are due to meet again before the end of the month.EU President Donald Tusk warned there was “no breakthrough in sight” in the Brexit deadlock, after talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May.“Talks will continue,” Tusk tweeted after meeting May in Brussels.German Chancellor Angela Merkel said it’s possible to resolve the Brexit stalemate without opening the already-agreed divorce agreement, which she is again insisting “is not on the agenda.”Merkel was speaking during a visit to Slovakia on Thursday.Merkel said all sides have an interest in securing an orderly exit, “and so of course it also our duty to get such an agreement that requires Britain to tell as clearly as possible what they want.”She stressed that the EU must “protect the integrity of our internal market” but also wants “arrangements that are important and necessary for our member state, Ireland.”Merkel said, “I think we can find solutions without reopening the withdrawal agreement. That is not on the agenda for us.”UK economyThe British economy is set to grow this year by its weakest rate since the global financial crisis as uncertainties over Britain’s exit from the European Union ratchet higher, the Bank of England warned on Thursday.The central bank said the UK economy is slowing despite a modest boost from firms stockpiling as they prepare for potential disruption to trade if the country crashes out of the EU with no deal on future relations.The Bank of England said that the Brexit uncertainties and a weaker global economy overall mean that British growth this year is likely to be 1.2 percent. That’s down sharply from the 1.7 percent predicted in November and below 2018’s 1.4 percent. It would make for the worst year in Britain since a 4.2 percent contraction in 2009.Source: TRTWorld and agencieslast_img read more

Getting Started with Agile

first_imgAn oft-asked question is how to adopt Agile in one’s organization. Here’s a little bit of Agile & Business’ starter kit for Agile in product development.Get Started: And get started with Scrum!Go High and Go Low: Get everyone on board, from senior management to support teams.Build a Team: Imbue them with a winning spirit. Scrum will help!Use Metrics: Show off the progress you’ve made. Remember to interpret your metrics with common sense. Also, perfect metrics do not exist.Remove Impediments Aggressively: It’s difficult to predict where your biggest impediments will lie: people, rigor in doing Scrum, engineering practices, the flow of business info into the team … but if you get aggressive, you’ll reach success.Next up: building off your teams’ successes and pursuing change management. Read on!AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more