Buffon is sincere: from the joke of the Coronavirus to Guardiola

first_imgScudetto: “If Inter has a long road in the Europa League, Lazio will be the most complicated opponent: playing once a week would be more scary.”Interist Conte: “Antonio is a friend, he was my captain and my coach, he has earned the right to go anywhere. I love him very much.”Future: “I do not know until when I will play, for the moment it is certain that until June, then we will see.”Coronavirus: “It was a joke that I would ask again, a nice question to create empathy. In San Siro he is always full of Chinese fans, that time he was alone and in a corner. To make him comfortable, I talked to him signing autographs and I wanted to throw a signal at a time when there is too much intolerance. I broke that wall, and in fact I also caressed it. I apologize if anyone felt offended. “ Gigi Buffon, when he gives an interview, never bites his tongue and neither did yesterday: the legendary Juventus goalkeeper, speaking on the program of ‘Italy 1’, ‘Le Iene’, commented on Juventus news, rumors about the possible arrival of Pep Guardiola and the controversy over his joke with a Chinese fan and the coronavirus. Guardiola: “I hope Sarri stays, it will mean that we have won something. To change the skin something different was necessary, and it takes time. Better stay with Allegri? No, it was fair to look for something new.”last_img read more


first_imgPROTEST: An Anti-water charges meeting will be held by Right2change tonight in Letterkenny.Donegal protestors at a previous march. Pic by Northwest Newspix.This Follows the Right2Water demonstration on 29th August 2015, which saw over 80,000 people from countrywide take to the streets of Dublin to demand the abolition of water charges.Trade Unions affiliated to thecampaign announced they will be organizing ‘town hall’ meetings inevery county under the banner Right2Change. The Donegal Right2Water/Right2Change public meeting will take place inthe Radisson Hotel, Letterkenny on Wednesday 23rd of September at7.30pm.This will be a presentation and discussion, open to all, on the policy principles developed at Right2Water Trade Unions Conference which was held earlier this year.A sizable number of submissions for the Policy document were received including those from political parties, Trade Unions, community groups and individuals.Secretary of Right2Water Donegal, Philip McFadden said Right2Water has developed into much more than a protest calling about the abolition of water charges. It has become a rallying call to all anti-Austerity groups to highlight issues from cuts to Lone Parent Benefit, to the homelessness crisis, lack of adequate funding to hospitals and schools, and in Donegal, the threatened closure of the ‘red eye’ NowDoc service.”He said, ”Water charges have proven a tipping point for the hundreds of thousands of citizens who marched at the very first protest in October 2014 culminating in the latest massive protest on 29th of August this year.“It is clear that the ‘economic recovery’ that is being trumpeted by Government is not a people’s recovery.“Politics is about ‘choice’ and the wrong choices have been made”.”We believe that a fair recovery and an equal society are possible, and that cronyism and greed can be replaced by fairness and hope. “Major changes to how politics is conducted must take place”.”We want to start a debate about the future– about what type of country and society we want to live in, about Equality and the type of recovery we want”.”Irish society is faced with huge decisions and we need an honest discussion, which galvanized the Trade Unions affiliated to Right2Water to launch a public consultation process on the Principles that should underpin a future progressive government”.”That process culminated in a conference in June where policies were amended and adopted to address a range of areas from housing, jobs, decent work, to democratic reform. “The principles are based on the concepts of democracy, equality and justice, simple yetradical concepts which should inform the policy choices made by those we elect to govern.”They also represent a fundamental changein the way in which we view our economy and our society but they aresimply the starting point which is why the upcoming Right2Changemeeting at the Radisson Hotel will be a continuation of the Consultation process.”Right2Water unions will not be standing candidates however they will be asking that all progressive political parties, independents, community groups, and individuals unite around policies that aim to create a better and fairer Ireland.The Policy document is available below.http://www.right2water.ie/sites/default/files/media/Right2Change%20Policies.pdf”Please attend this meeting, contribute to this important Document andhave your say on the issues that concern you.“Change won’t happen on its own. Join this debate on how we, the citizens, can change ourcountry for the better”.DONEGAL RIGHT2CHANGE MEETING TAKING PLACE AT RADISSON HOTEL was last modified: September 23rd, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:newsPolitcsright2changeRight2Waterwater chargeslast_img read more