Pochettino among Red Devils: the image that clarifies his future

first_imgAs well, some images of him attending the Championship match between Brentford and Leeds have triggered rumors even more. The technician could be seen accompanied by Neil Ashton, head of public relations and one of the assistants of Ed woodward, owner of Manchester United, witnessing the meeting of Championship in which Brentford and Leeds tied one. That image has triggered suspicion about Mauricio’s possible arrival at Old Trafford.The coach himself has admitted on some occasion that his desire is to continue training in the Premier League and to be able to be in one of the important teams, so the presence in a box with United leaders can be considered as an approach towards their desire. Pochettino was fired from Tottenham just a few months after reaching the first final in the history of the Champions League with the Spurs. Even so, it retains a very high sign in England. Mauricio Pochettino He is one of the technicians who enter all the pools as a possible tenant of one of the important benches in England since next season. The Argentine coach, who was fired from Tottenham at the end of last year, is in the list of candidates to do with the position of coach of several of the big sets of the Premier They are going through a bad time.last_img read more

Teachers rally for raises

first_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREBasketball roundup: Sierra Canyon, Birmingham set to face off in tournament quarterfinalsThe two sides are scheduled to meet in a third mediation session Wednesday. “In light of the governor’s revised budget, we believe the district’s concerns about problems coming two to three years down the road are not warranted,” said Gerald Gandolfo, president of Teachers Association of Norwalk-La Mirada. But district officials said that Schwarzenegger’s proposal – while good news – only provides more money for the 2006-07 fiscal year, not this one. “It’s next year’s money,” Superintendent Ginger Shattuck said. “There’s a lot of one-time money and it’s just a proposal. Until \ signs, it’s just that.” Teachers, who were picketing before and during the meeting weren’t buying the district’s response. They were chanting, “Arnold came through. How about you?” Eleven people spoke to the board Monday. One was Nancy Chavez, a parent of a student at Chavez Elementary School. “They deserve what they’re asking for and deserve even more,” Garcia said. “You have great teachers here.” Teachers complained about being underpaid. “We feel frustrated because our pay checks seem to be going in the wrong direction,” said Ayline Amirayan, a Los Alisos Middle School teacher. “We just want to be able to provide for our children.” The district has been taking money from existing checks to pay for increased health insurance costs. However, that money will be repaid once a settlement is reached because the district already has agreed to pick up all cost increases, Shattuck said. Shattuck said she wasn’t bothered by the picketing and complaints at Monday’s meeting. “The teachers are frustrated that we haven’t settled,” she said. “I totally understand that perspective. If they feel coming here will help, then they need to come.” [email protected] (562) 698-0955, Ext. 3022160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NORWALK – Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s proposal to provide schools with an additional $5.1 billion starting in July added even more fuel to the labor dispute in the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District. The teachers and the district are less than 1 percent apart, but the district expects to receive $1.5 million more than expected in fiscal 2006-07 as a result of Schwarzenegger’s proposal, said Maureen Saul, assistant superintendent of business services. Teachers argued Monday at the Board of Education meeting – where about 300, mostly teachers and some parents, were picketing – that the district now can afford to give a raise of 3.75 percent. The district has offered a 3 percent raise retroactive to July 1, 2005, and an additional half percent beginning July 1 of this year. last_img read more