Abdullah Al Thani continues in his absurd world of levitation and mysticism through social networks, how could it be otherwise?. The horrifying president / tweeter, ceased from his duties in Malaga as manager of the club, went back to using his beloved Twitter in depth to specifically address La Opinión de Málaga, regarding an article in this Malaga newspaper about the options of that Okazaki could debut in La Rosaleda, in this case, as a Huesca footballer. The sheihk, as usual, kicked off. “Before this story, you should ask the sports director and the lawyer who negotiated with the agent and also did the same with José Rodríguez.” (The insufferable sheik’s shiver goes to José Luis Pérez Caminero and Joaquín Jofre, who were later dismissed). He also said that “Okazaki will return next year”Al Thani wrote: “Anyway Okazaki will be with us next year.” And it stayed so panchor. As it is known, the sheikh has been terminated from his functions for a period of six months in which the club is judicially administered by José María Muñoz. A period extendable by the judge. Al Thani seems unlikely to get a hand in transfer planning, As it will be remembered Okazaki was one of the four players who were left without a chip due to the absurd management of the dismal sheikh. The other three were José Rodríguez, Álex Mula and Iván Rodríguez because the salary limit was exceededor by far. He also fired Simón Moreno after his arrival in Málaga. This player has the ‘honor’ of being fired by two sheikhs in less than a month: Al Thani and Almería. Of course, he signed on his own (or that of his eventual advisers) the Algerian Benkhemassa, who is not curdling and the Spanish-Swiss Lorenzo González who is no longer.
the decision to have loved ones cremated, as compared to buried, has increased drastically over the years. However, since not many crematoriums of standard are available, residents all over Guyana have opted to use “make-shift” cremation sites, often an inconvenience to persons.This was the case with the residents of Berbice, and the militating reason behind the genesis of Blairmont Crematorium and Memorial Gardens, located at the Blairmont Estate on West Bank Berbice.This crematorium was operationalized in June of 2013 and has since become the crown jewel for the residents of Berbice to conduct dignified funerals. The site has become very successful and is popularly described as a place which is “available to people of all races and religions without discrimination, as it reflects on a Guyanese Culture.”Registered as an official association under the laws of Guyana, this publicly funded development project has been under the management of the Blairmont Crematorium & Memorial Garden Society, currently headed by Nowrang Persaud. Persaud is a retired official of the United Nations, former director of Guyana Sugar Corporation and the Demerara Distillers Limited respectively.Built on one acre of land cleared, filled, fenced and raised to prevent flooding, the crematorium facilitates a beautiful and flourishing garden atmosphere as it serves as a constant reminder to everyone of the connection between life and death. With the intention to provide shade, 40 trees were planted, which have now grown to serve the purpose.Within the gorgeous scenery sits two funeral pyres situated in front of a pavilion with capacity to seat 200 under shaded accommodation. Attached to this structure are male and female washrooms, a centre that provides refreshments, a prayer room as well as a memorial hall.The Memorial Hall within this crematorium brings about not only a sense of modernization but a touch of uniqueness since its features allow persons the freedom to display photographs, or other memorabilia of their deceased loved ones, leaving permanent tokens which can be revisited by family and friends at any time, especially on the anniversaries of the departed and even on special occasions.The Blairmont Crematorium and Memorial Garden was created with financial contributions from the generosity of Guyanese locally and from the diaspora.Additional plans consist of the development of a spacious parking area, which would allow the Access Road to the Blairmont Estate to be cleared, as it is usually blocked in the event of large funerals. With this would come the need to fence the parking area, to keep out roaming animals, along with a better access bridge and gate.Possible installations of concrete benches/flooring under the trees are in the works, as well as an extended roofing of the pavilion.With the generous material and financial support received so far management of the Memorial Garden has succeeded in providing care and comfort for grieving families and friends, including overseas patrons.The estimated cost to complete the future plans adds up to approximately $1 million.The publicly funded organisation will accept financial aid from anyone interested in providing a donation towards the completion of this integral project.After this final round of works are completed the Memorial Garden would be able to operate self-sufficiently from fees collected for use of the facility.Anyone wishing to visit the site, use the facilities, offer any form of donation can contact the caretaker on site (Amir Baksh at 652-4500) or the Manager (Pamela Harriparshad at 621-5000) or Nowrang Persaud at 615-9802 or via e-mail at email@example.com
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan Clarkson Houston 90, at Cleveland 81 Tracy McGrady scored 34 points, Juwan Howard made two late jumpers and the Rockets won despite 32 points, nine rebounds and five assists by LeBron James. McGrady surpassed 30 points for the fourth consecutive game. Indiana 99, at Golden State 89 Stephen Jackson had 27 points to spark the Pacers, who had a 20-point lead after the first quarter. Pacers center Jermaine O’Neal arrived in the second quarter but didn’t play for the third game in a row because of pneumonia and a sore back.
Chelsea have joined Manchester United in tabling a contract offer to Real Madrid midfielder James Rodriguez.Diario Madrista says three concrete offers have been made for the playmaker.It is said that Manchester United, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain have all made “serious” proposals to sign Rodriguez.The former Monaco man reportedly prefers a move to Old Trafford with a verbal agreement already in place.Agent Jorge Mendes will help him force through a move and Real president Florentino Perez respects the player’s decision to move on.But he will only offload the player, who has been valued at around £70 million, for the right price.