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Deeney questions Man Utd transfer policy after Ighalo’s dealDeeney questions Man Utd transfer policy after Ighalo’s deal

first_img Loading… Troy Deeney has taken aim at Manchester United’s transfer policy after their decision to sign Odion Ighalo in the January transfer window, just months after selling Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan. Promoted ContentThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithSuch A Sweet Life Story Of The Youngest Queen In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Mesmerizing Facts About HypnosisBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldThe Funniest Prankster Grandma And Her Grandson10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth? Ighalo joined the Red Devils on deadline day on a six-month loan from Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer short of attacking options due to Marcus Rashford’s injury. It was a deal that raised eyebrows at the time but the former Watford striker has made a positive impression so far having scored four goals in eight appearances, with reports now suggesting that the Premier League giants are preparing to offer him a bumper permanent deal. However, his former teammate Troy Deeney has questioned why United were left needing to sign the Nigerian after letting Lukaku leave for Italy last summer. In an interview with The United Stand, cited on the Metro, Deeney said: “The hit they took on Lukaku is mad when you think about it. “They let Lukaku go and then they had to go and get Ighalo. Iggy has hit the ground running there, he will always score goals. But yeah, Lukaku?Advertisement “Look at his goal record. And what’s he paid to do? Score goals. When he was at Everton [people said] “Ah, we need someone like him, he’d be great at United” then you get him and it’s, “Ah, his first touch is bad” but he scored like 60 goals, you know? “Nah, not good enough. His touch isn’t good enough.” Lukaku scored 42 goals in 96 appearances for United after joining for £75million in 2017, however he was heavily criticised for his performances and attitude in 2018/19 and was let go shortly before the start of the current season. And Deeney believes that the Belgian was harshly treated by fans during his time with the North West club, saying that fans, particularly on social media, were looking for reasons to criticise him. He added: “It’s not what you’re used to. Andy Cole, Dwight Yorke, [Teddy] Sheringham, [Ruud] Van Nistelrooy… these are all people you’re looking at. Even if you look at [Diego] Forlan, Forlan was sick as well… you can keep going, Michael Owen for that short time as well, and say this is what we’re used to seeing. “Yeah, you score but we can’t put you in the same conversation as an Andy Cole. Andy Cole’s touch was better or was Andy Cole was faster”, it’s always going to be fighting back. ‘The problem is with social media now is everybody’s got an opinion. That’s the problem.” read also:Ighalo reacts to Matic telling Romelu Lukaku to ‘shut up’ Meanwhile, an out of favour Man United duo have been linked with a move to Arsenal when the transfer window opens. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

WestJet VP Farquharson responds to pilot strike authorization voteWestJet VP Farquharson responds to pilot strike authorization vote

first_imgWestJet VP Farquharson responds to pilot strike authorization vote Friday, April 27, 2018 Travelweek Group CALGARY — Following the news that WestJet’s pilots union has called for a strike vote, WestJet’s Vice President Lyell Farquharson has released a letter to the airline’s partners to ease concerns.Here is the letter, in full:“As you may have seen, ALPA is holding a strike authorization vote amongst WestJet Pilots. This does not include WestJet Encore Pilots. The strike vote began yesterday and closes May 10, 2018.As you are a valued part of the WestJet team, I wanted to communicate with you directly to provide some details and reassurance that it is business as usual here at our airline.I understand this development seems worrying, and we are taking it very seriously, but strike mandates are a relatively common collective bargaining strategy and do not mean that a strike will take place.Our President and CEO, Ed Sims, is committed to negotiating a successful agreement with ALPA and I can assure you that our flight operations continue uninterrupted. We remain focused on working with ALPA and continuing the momentum we have achieved through the bargaining process, which is scheduled to continue in April, May and June. We are confident we will reach a successful conclusion.”More news:  Air Canada’s global sales update includes Managing Director, Canada & USA SalesWestJet and its pilots have been in contract negotiations since September. Capt. Rob McFadyen, chairman of the association’s master executive council, says the two sides remain for apart on working conditions, compensation and job security. Share << Previous PostNext Post >> Posted bylast_img read more