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Fonseca: “If a match is postponed, all must be postponed”

first_imgThe Portuguese Paulo Fonseca, coach of Rome, expressed his respect and confidence in the Lega of the Serie A, which decided on Saturday to postpone five meetings of the twenty-sixth day, but considered that “if a match is postponed, all must be postponed” .The Lega of the Serie A communicated this Saturday, a few hours before the start of the day, that the Juventus Turin-Inter, Milan-Genoa, Parma-Spal, Sassuolo-Brescia and Udinese-Fiorentina matches will be played on May 13 because of the alarm for the coronavirus, which caused 21 deaths and more than 800 confirmed infected. “The authorities are trying to make the best possible decisions at this time. I trust the competent authorities. It’s a problem, but we must all think that the authorities are doing their best, “said Fonseca, in the press conference prior to the match against Roma against Cagliari, which will be played on Sunday.The commitment of Rome is one of the five that will be disputed, not being in areas considered “high risk” of contagion, next to Lazio-Bologna, Naples-Torino, this Saturday; Lecce-Atalanta, Sunday, and Sampdoria-Verona.“To have no doubts about sports regularity, I believe that if a game is played, then you have to play them all. Or if a game is postponed, you have to postpone them all,” said Fonseca, whose team will rival Sevilla in the eighths Final of the Europa League.last_img read more

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92 feel job security is important

first_imgThe majority (92%) of respondents believe that job security is important, although only 65% of employees feel that their current job offers them this, according to research by NatCen.The British social attitudes survey, which interviewed 4,328 British adults, also found that 71% of respondents felt they had a ‘good’ job, defined as a job that has at least four positive attributes such as being interesting or having opportunities for advancement.The research also found:81% of respondents believe that having good opportunities for advancement is important, although only 34% said they have this in their current job.66% of respondents feel that having a high income is important.62% of respondents admit that they would still enjoy having a job even if they didn’t need the money.57% of respondents in professional and managerial roles confess they have no control over how their day is structured.Kirby Swales, director of the Survey Research Centre at NatCen, said: “It is reassuring that after an extended period of recession, more people have what we would consider good jobs, regardless of their gender, age or social class. However, the class divide is alive and well in Britain, as evidenced in the polarisation of flexibility at work.“Although many of us value our jobs beyond their monetary value there is a discrepancy between what workers say they value in a job, such as job security and opportunities for advancement, and what their current job actually affords them. This could lead to dissatisfaction in the future which may be a cause for concern for employers.”last_img read more