[Football] La Jeunesse confirme l’arrivée de Noël Tosi

first_img Partager Comme Le Quotidien l’annonçait dans son édition du jour, le technicien français est le nouvel entraîneur de la Vieille Dame.Après Nicolas Huysman et Sébastioen Grandjean, qui avait assuré l’intérim, Noël Tosi (60 ans) est le nouvel entraîneur de la Jeunesse d’Esch. Le club lui-même l’a donc annoncé ce lundi sur le coup de 12h via un communiqué de presse livré sur sa page facebook. «Le CA de l’AS La Jeunesse d’Esch est fier de pouvoir annoncer que Monsieur Noël Tosi reprend l’équipe première du club jusqu’à la fin de la saison.» Le CV du technicien français est riche d’expériences. Ce singulier globe-trotter, en poste cette saison à Cherbourg (National 3), a cumulé jusque-là 27 postes en 33 ans de service parmi lesquels entraîneur de Nîmes, Dijon, Angers ou sélectionneur national de la Mauritanie et de la RD Congo. «Le CA de l’AS La Jeunesse d’Esch est convaincu que Monsieur Tosi sera la personne idéale pour mener à bien cette tâche difficile qui consiste à faire sortir l’équipe première le plus rapidement possible de la spirale négative dans laquelle elle se retrouve depuis l’automne dernier», rappelle le club qui, dans son communiqué, ajoute que Noël Tosi a d’autres cordes à son arc puisqu’il est «auteur de romans policiers et comme comédien». Parviendra-t-il à relancer  une  Jeunesse (8e) pointant à 12 points du podium et à 8 de la 4e place? Si c’est le cas, ce serait déjà une belle histoire.last_img read more

Over 540 attend Region 9 PPP congress

first_imgDelegates of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) from Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo) came out in their numbers to participate in the Party’s congress, which was held on Saturday.PPP General Secretary Bharrat Jagdeo urged the delegates to continue working hard to mobilise everyone to join forces with the Party, as it prepared for the 2020 General Election.PPP General Secretary Bharrat Jagdeo having a casual conversation with elder women of Region Nine at the conclusion of the congressJagdeo reminded the attendees of the failed promises made to them by the coalition Government. He urged them to hold the Government accountable for its actions and to ensure that their voices were heard.The Party’s leader also promised to do more for Indigenous people if the Party returned to office. He said that regardless of the election’s outcome, the PPPwould always fight for the rights of Guyana’s first people.During the congress, Jagdeo and other PPP officials also heard from the delegates who complained about the Government not being able to deliver on its promises.Some of the delegates pointed to the promise made by the coalition in relation toJagdeo speaking to another villagerincreased financial grants, large solar panels, and improved social services, among others.Opposition Member of Parliament (MP) Alister Charlie told Guyana Times that the delegates were pleased with the meeting and they were drawn from some of the most remote villages in the Region.He said the attendance of these villagers, particularly those from the Wai Wai villages, was extremely pleasing, as it showed their commitment to the PPP and their own development.Charlie said the delegates also used the opportunity to raise several other concerns with Jagdeo and the leadership of the PPP, and have given their fullJagdeo being presented with a token by a resident of Region Nine upon his arrival in Lethem on Saturdaycommitment to get the message of the PPP out.last_img read more