CD MONTESINOS SHOCK AS COACH ROBERTO QUITS

Roberto Cases - shock exit from CD Montesinos

Roberto Cases - shock exit from CD Montesinos

CD Montesinos coach Roberto Cases has quit the Los Montesinos, Alicante based football club – after just one season in charge of the Segunda Regional Grupo outfit.

“I thank the Management and supporters of CD Montesinos for their kind words and wish the club good luck in the years ahead,” said Roberto.

Roberto, who replaced sacked Juanpe at the Vega Baja side last summer, has been a big influence at the club since his arrival, having taken CD Montesinos to a top six place in the 2015-16 campaign, that came to an end at the weekend.

Roberto, who won 19 of the 34 league games while in charge, couldn’t sign off with a win, going down to a 3-2 defeat away at CD Benjofar on Saturday.

“Roberto has received – and accepted – an offer to manage at a higher level. We would like to thank him for his hard work and the professional way he has conducted himself and wish him well for the future,” said a spokesperson from CD Montesinos.

CD Montesinos Presidente Felipe is now searching for a replacement in the close-season.

Roberto succeeded Juanpe – now coach at Sporting Saladar – who had been in charge at the club for seven years, in the wake of his unexpected axing in 2015.

The Full Monte Supporters Club have praised Roberto for the work he has done at the club this season. And CD Montesinos fan David Winder said: “Roberto has been a great manager, in the short spell at the club, in achieving a top six finish this season.”

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Presidents cup winner

Presidents cup winner

This week the Warblers travelled to Sunny Alenda for the Presidents Cup a stableford competition Sponsored by of course our President Arthur Sullivan. There were 36 Members competing for this important event, with just the one division and 1 -6 places it was all to play for.

The Player and star of the day was Steve Cliffe (Hcap 12.4) with a great par breaking score of 39pts and winning the Cup, well done Steve. In second place initially with a good 38pts was the President himself but did not want to be involved with the prizes being that it was his event.

So the Captain presented him with a sleeve of golf balls. With the order now changed in second place was Chris Hoare (Hcap 13.8)with 35 pts winning on countback from Roy Booth (Hcap 20.8) also with 35pts.

Steve Smith (Hcap 4.7) was 4th with 34 pts and in 5th place was the Captain David knight (Hcap 8.1) with 33 pts. Roger Vicars (Hcap 20.5) claimed 6th on countback from the luckless Peter Gibson with 32pts.

The four nearest the pins were won by David Corcoran on holes 3 and 16, Tim Harrison on hole 5 and Fred Cooley on hole 13. There were three two’s today achieved by Tim Harrison and Paddy Kenmore on the 5th and David Corcoran on the 16th.

Two single matches saw Robin Wheatley beat Malcolm Robinson 1 up and Glynn Braidley beat Derek Gray 2 & 1. The football card was Bury and won by Michael “let me get to the bar first”Morley. Well done to all our winners today. Thanks also to Arthur Sullivan for the Prizes today very much appreciated by all.

Next week the Warblers travel to El Saler for a stableford competition with a first tee start of 10-00am so please arrive by 9-15am for registration.

To book please email David at dr.knight1207@googlemail .com or phone 634307407. Guests are welcome subject to a current handicap certificate.

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SAVE THE CHILDREN REPORT – 1.8 MILLION CHILDREN ARE SEXUALLY EXPLOITED

ActionAid is issuing a large advertising campaign under the slogans “Will she go to the school or she will be sold to a brothel?A third of the victims of trafficking are minors, more than 65% are girls, many of which are sexually exploited. Give them CHILDHOOD back”.

According to the report bySave the Childrenentitled Breaking the chains of slavery, there are 218 million of child laborers worldwide aged between 5 and 17 years. More than half, about 126 million children, working in hazardous conditions and about 8,5 million in conditions of slavery.

This report reveals the most common forms of child slavery. Each year 1.2 million children are victims of child trafficking. A business that moves 23,500 million euros per year. Currently 1.8 million children around the world are being sexually exploited. They are bound by adults into prostitution or used in the pornography industry and sex tourism.

Forced child labor by borrowing is a type of exploitation that occurs when a child is indebted to his employer and is obliged to work until he pays the debt. Most of them live in India, Nepal, Pakistan and Bangladesh. An estimated one million children work in mines and quarries in more than 50 countries in Asia and Latin America. Those are the most dangerous jobs for a child, employing 200,000 of them in West Africa.

Farm work is a daily reality for 132 million children under age 15 worldwide. Nearly 70% are employed on farms and plantations, some of them in slavery. Children have been used in the wars in Angola, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone and Sri Lanka. Today, 300,000 children under 15 are related to the armed forces. Some of them are only 7 years old. More than 40 million children worldwide work as domestic employees, 10 million remain hidden. Thosechildren, mostlygirls, suffer extreme punishment.

clementeferrer@clementeferrer.com Author and journalist Clemente Ferrer has led a distinguished career in Spain in the fields of advertising and public relations. He is currently President of the European Institute of Marketing.

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