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Previous Article Next Article … in briefOn 15 Apr 2003 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. This week’s news in briefFBU considers move The Fire Brigades Union is meeting to consider its next move after theemployers refused to improve the 16 per cent pay offer. Employers claim thecurrent offer, linked to modernisation, is the only way to finance the payincrease, taking starting pay to £25,000 a year. www.fbu.org.ukHidden racism rife A TUC report Black Voices at Work claims that despite progress, hiddenracism continues in the workplace. It calls on the Government to extend racelaws to require all employers to positively promote race equality. www.tuc.org.ukDTI Xmas proposals The DTI has announced proposals to prevent large stores trading on ChristmasDay and spoiling the festive season for workers. Employment Minister AlanJohnson said consultation had started with the aim of protecting staff frombeing forced to work at Christmas. www.dti.gov.uk/ccp/consultations.htmMG Rover strike is on MG Rover staff at the company’s Longbridge plant have voted to strike overterms and conditions. T&G union members voted in favour of strike actionover the company’s 2.2 per cent pay offer, an increase in maternity pay, and acut in the length of service needed to gain extra holiday. www.tgwu.org.ukBusiness-friendly The CBI has urged universities to become more business-friendly to ensuregraduates have the skills needed by the UK’s employers. It has presented apaper aimed at identifying the benefits, barriers and practical ways ofpromoting effective collaboration. www.cbi.co.uk Related posts:No related photos.
And he’s previously revealed that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s decision to play him on the wing prompted him into departing for the San Siro. “It was after the game against West Ham at home, Solskjaer decided to put me on the right wing, very wide,” he said. “Once I learned that Solskjaer planned to put me on the wing, then I knew my time at Manchester United was over. “The experience in Manchester made me head stronger because not everything went as I had expected. “I didn’t win what I was hoping for, my performance was not entirely positive and I didn’t even feel 100 per cent wanted. “Not so much from the technical staff or from my team-mates, but from the people around. “So after the match against Chelsea, on April 28, the coach called me for a meeting and I told him what I thought and that I wanted to leave. “He read in my face that I didn’t want to stay any longer and he replied that he didn’t want to hold anyone against it. “He understood my point of view and assured me that he would do everything possible to satisfy me. He earned my respect and, until I left Manchester, there was no problem with him. Man Utd star Odion Ighalo has hailed Nemanja Matic as a ‘crazy guy’ Read Also: Coronavirus: I’m officially bored I miss football – Ighalo “Even the management helped me. I also spoke with Ed Woodward and Matt Judge and everyone understood why I wanted to leave. “It was a frank and honest conversation. There was no war, but the decision was shared. This is why the leaders of United and Solskjaer will have my eternal respect.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Manchester United star Odion Ighalo has labelled Nemanja Matic a ‘crazy guy’ for telling Romelu Lukaku to shut up on Instagram. Lukaku was having a Instagram LIVE session with Thierry Henry on Thursday night when the Serbia international made the comments. Lukaku left Old Trafford for Inter Milan during last summer’s transfer window. Man Utd news: Nemanja Matic recently told Romelu Lukaku to shut up on Instagram ( Matic said ‘shut up Romelu’ on Lukaku’s Instagram chat with Henry on Thursday evening. Fans loved it at the time, with one saying: “Matic asking Lukaku to shut the f*** up. “Matic telling Lukaku to shut up puts him in the running for player of the season surely?” added another. “Nemanja Matic telling Lukaku to shut up and let Henry talk is my football moment of the day,” said a third. “Lukaku wasn’t even the one talking. Don Matic,” were the words of a fourth fan. And a sixth supporter added: “Think I need to start backing Matic more often.” Matic’s comments were clearly made in jest. And Ighalo has now responded to a fan screenshotting the comments on Twitter, saying: “He’s crazy guy hahahahaha.” Matic and Lukaku both signed for United in the summer of 2017, with Jose Mourinho landing the duo from Chelsea and Everton respectively. Lukaku lasted two years at Old Trafford before being sold to Inter Milan in the summer for a huge £73million. Promoted ContentA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them7 Worst Things To Do To Your Phone7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right Now7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeThe Network’s Greatest Shows On HBO10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World
NFL Draft 2019 rumors: Kyler Murray ‘would be shocked’ if he wasn’t picked No. 1 The Patriots could use a pass rusher and if someone like Montez Sweat falls, he could be their guy.The Packers have two first-round picks including the No. 12 selection. The draft is also full of talented offensive lineman so if a lot go off the board early, the Packers could move up to get the likes of Andre Dillard or even Dalton Risner.Update: The Packers moved up from No. 30 to No. 21 and took defensive back Darnell Savage. Just because the 2019 NFL Draft doesn’t start until 8 p.m. ET doesn’t mean teams aren’t already trying to move around.The Bills, Packers and Patriots have all discussed the possibility of moving up in the draft, according to a report from NFL Network. Who wants to move? Sources say the #Bills have explored possibly moving up in the draft — maybe for a top defensive lineman. Meanwhile, the #Patriots and #Packers (at 30) are teams who could move up in the latter part of the draft for the right player.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 25, 2019Buffalo in particular has a desire to move up as NFL Media has reported the team is trying to get into the top five.The Bills are hoping to pick up one of the high-quality defensive linemen in this class. If they were to move up into a top five selection, they could bolster its line with talent in Alabama’s Quinnen Williams or pass rushers Nick Bosa and Devin White. Related News As for the Packers and Patriots, it’s unclear who they would want to get with a high selection. NFL Draft 2019: Tom Brady sends future players inspirational message