Sheriff renews until 2021

first_imgThe Magi have advanced in the offices of Anoeta and have given to the fans of the Royal Society one of the most deserved and expected renovations of the last months, the first team coach, Imanol Alguacil. Because the San Sebastian club has made effective this afternoon the clause that appeared in its contract whereby the Oriotarra coach renews for another season, until June 2021. Your current relationship expired at the end of this year. It is a mere formalism, something that is announced in the face of public opinion, because really this extension was already agreed and worked out before Christmas, as published by the Diario AS in December, and as Imanol himself explained in the interview He offered this newspaper in Christmas.When Imanol took over a year ago from the first Real team, he signed for a season and a half, reserving the club a unilateral option to extend his contract for another season if he met the planned objectives. In the Football Directorate they had the confidence that they had to execute that option in the final stretch of this campaign or at the end of it, as a symptom that expectations were being met with Imanol, who has never come to value that issue or to ask to be renewed, because for him it was secondary. Peror so good was 2019 with the oriotarra that at the end of the year he was already informed that he would be signed the optional year he had in his contract, so Imanol contacted his agent to explain the terms of his relationship with the Royal and that renewal. This Friday that renewal has become effective. Imanol himself has been delighted in statements offered to the official media of the club. “Already before renovating I said that I felt happy and valued, and this is a consequence of things going well, so I am very happy. They have always shown me their confidence and I have worked very safely, already in summer all decisions were agreed upon, so I didn’t need to renew to feel respected. Even before signing I felt valued, so this serves to extend the duration of this sense of respect that we all have, and hopefully it is not one more and there is more. Being from here, from the house and from the land, that the situation has changed so drastically, makes one feel very proud, and above all seeing that all the Real fan is happy, I get all that sweetie”, said the coach of the Real after signing his renovation in the offices of the Reale Arena with the president of the club, Jokin Aperribay.last_img read more

Unqualified Donegal tradesman caused gas explosion in kitchen

first_imgAn unregistered gas installer has been prosecuted after carrying out illegal works which led to an explosion in a Donegal home.Mr. Jerome Travers of 18 Tullan Strand Road, Bundoran, Co. Donegal, was convicted and fined after appearing at Ballyshannon District Court for the incident which occurred in 2015. The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER), Ireland’s independent energy regulator secured a prosecution against Mr. Travers for illegally carrying out gas works while not being a registered gas installer.Judge Kilrane heard how gas works were undertaken in a house in Bundoran in December 2015 which resulted in an uncontrolled flow of gas into the kitchen causing an explosion which injured the occupants and did extensive damage to the property.Mr. Travers contested the charges against him.  Judge Kilrane fined Mr. Travers €500 and awarded costs of €500 to the CER.Judge Kilrane heard evidence from Seán Ward and Keith Walsh, Gas Safety Officers with the Commission for Energy Regulation and from four witnesses.Judge Kilrane commented that there are few things more serious than leaving a gas pipe open ended with an uncontrolled supply of gas going into the kitchen. He stressed the importance of employing a registered gas installer (RGI). There was no evidence of Mr. Travers having any qualifications whatsoever to be an RGI, the court heard.A statement from the CER said the successful prosecution emphasises the requirement by law for all gas installers to be registered with RGII when carrying out domestic gas works.It is illegal for an individual or company to carry out Gas Works or to portray themselves as registered, unless they are a Registered Gas Installer (RGI) with the Register of Gas Installers of Ireland (RGII). The penalties for non-compliance include a fine of up to €15,000 and/or imprisonment for up to 3 years.The CER investigates all reports of alleged breaches of legislation. Illegal activity can be reported anonymously to the CER or to the RGII (www.RGII.ie or calling 1850 454 454)Unqualified Donegal tradesman caused gas explosion in kitchen was last modified: September 16th, 2017 by Staff WriterShare 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)last_img read more