As sportS fans around the world reel from revelation after revelation that there is a legitimacy crisis in sports governance, news last week that the 2016 Rhodes Scholar award went to a 24-year-old woman from Clarendon named Sherona Forrester was welcome relief.This young lady from Clarendon epitomises all the attributes recommended by the Rhodes committee.Forrester has been shown to be not only an economics genius, but her life story to date has revealed that it is possible to combine academic work, sports, and community involvement without sacrificing any personality traits.Forrester has represented this nation at football and singing, as well as being involved (at leadership level) in countless other activities that makes a youngster’s life worthwhile.grow where plantedI listened in awe to an interview with her on a local radio station last week and wished that her story could be printed and distributed to all schools under the purview of the Ministry of Education as it shows that you can grow where you are planted.Our 2016 Rhodes Scholar grew up in a rural community and went to school in her vicinity.After earning a place at Glenmuir High, Forrester spent her secondary school life there, and achieved excellence in every sphere of curricular and extra-curricular activity on offer at the school.As her sporting prowess was revealed, history will show that she did not have to go to a brand-name ‘netball school’, or a brand-name ‘maths school’, or a brand-name ‘female football school’ to achieve mastery in her many crafts.Her story must have been a dagger to the hearts of all the proponents of school transfers to enhance the potential of child athletes. You can grow where you are planted.Congratulations to Ms Forrester and the Ministry of Education “Keep up the pressure!”The transfer of students primarily to enhance a school’s sporting record is wrong, and perpetrators need to be exposed and sanctioned.I have been made aware of a report from the Danish Institute of Sports Studies, authored by one Dr Arnout Geeraert, where he looked at (and ranked) sporting federations around the world based on how transparent, democratic, and accountable they were. He has found that the international sports governance system is deeply flawed.By design, international sporting organisations do not allow stakeholders to monitor and sanction decision-making members. None of the associations studied published per diem payments and bonuses given to senior officials. None has term limits for their president.In Jamaica, when you think of (and remember) the fisticuffs, subterfuge, slandering of opponents’ character, and other nefarious activities that surround the elections for presidents of our sporting associations – a non-paying job – and the point-blank refusal to step down in the face of genuine concern and criticism of fans, the impression is that we need to do something about our own problems. Something is indeed rotten, and it is not only in the state of Denmark!IMPATIENT FOR ANSWERSThe war of words between the president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) andthe chairman of a Caricom Committee chaired by the prime minister of Grenada is impatient of a solution.Readers may recall that a committee set up to look at the governance structure of West Indies cricket, with majority members nominated by the WICB, found that the president and his executive body should immediately be dissolved and an interim body set up to administer cricket in the West Indies.The president, Dave Cameron and his executive, after agreeing to abide by the findings of the committee, is now using every ploy known to man to extend the life of their board. Interesting times are indeed ahead. I hope that when the smoke clears, the will of the people of the Caribbean will prevail.We need term limits, annual salaries, and published audited accounts for all of our sporting organisations. Nothing else will do.
Amateur Swimming Association of Jamaica (ASAJ) president, Handel Lamey, feels the country’s performance at the recently concluded Carifta Swimming Championships will see them begin to keep pace with their higher ranked regional rivals, in the near future. According to Lamey, some Jamaican performances surpassed his expectations in terms of national and Carifta age group records which fell, including a few long-standing meet records from, as early as 1996.”We are getting closer to the top; we are moving closer and closer, so we are progressing,” reasoned Lamey.good performances”We had some very good performances, looking forward to us keeping this team together,” the ASAJ boss added.Lamey assured that the ASAJ will be looking to recruit the skills of a technical director who will be expected to keep the swimmers well conditioned, and improving.”We need much more work, first and foremost. I think we need a national director that will now direct a nationalprogramme that will focusnot only the junior swimmers,but senior swimmers,” hecontinued.”If we had the national programme, they could fall within that programme right away,” he assured. Lamey wants to have a gym in place at the National Aquatics Centre, which he revealed, will be furnished with equipment already here.Meanwhile, Jamaica placed sixth overall with 530.50 points, ending Carifta with 12 gold, eight silver, and 10 bronze (30 medals).They surpassed the 25 achieved last year in Martinique.
View comments JRU wins fifth in six games, trumps Letran Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Golovkin stayed in the gym for two hours after his wife, Alina, gave birth to the couple’s second child. They also have a son. “He didn’t leave the gym until 6 pm,” Golovkin’s trainer Abel Sanchez said. “The baby was born at 4 pm.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smog“His wife was in the hospital for one day. She came home next day so he was home with them.”Golovkin, who holds the World Boxing Council, World Boxing Association and International Boxing Federation middleweight belts, will face Canelo Alvarez in a 12-round mega title fight on Saturday in Las Vegas. Sanchez said he was concerned during the long training camp about how Golovkin was doing with the baby on the way and the most important fight of his career around the corner.“I started to voice my concern. ‘The baby’s not here’. He said ‘coach the baby is going to come whether I am there or not. I have already done my part.’”Sanchez said Golovkin has been in high spirits as the fight preparation shifted this week from their training camp to Las Vegas.“He is in a great mood. I don’t know if it is because of the baby being here or if because he finally got the fight he wanted,” Sanchez said.Sanchez says Golovkin is a good father and just as dedicated to his family as he is to his work.ADVERTISEMENT A costly, catty dispute finally settled LATEST STORIES MOST READ Break new ground “Golovkin is a family man. He has always been very, very, very focused,” Sanchez said. “He has never been the type of guy to go out at night. You are never going to lose him for a day.“He just bought his first car six months ago. He didn’t have a car before because he said he spends all his time in the gym.”Golovkin declined to speak about the birth at a news conference on Wednesday at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino.“Please don’t ask me about my family. I am just focused on boxing,” he said.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Winning start A costly, catty dispute finally settled End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend WBC, WBA and IBF middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin attends a news conference at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino on September 12, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Golovkin will defend his titles against Canelo Alvarez at T-Mobile Arena on September 16 in Las Vegas. Ethan Miller/Getty Images/AFPGennady Golovkin is one of the most dedicated boxers in the world and even the birth of his daughter couldn’t pry him out of the gym.The three-belt champion missed the birth on Friday because he was training for his upcoming world middleweight title fight.ADVERTISEMENT Learning about the ‘Ring of Fire’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information.
FIU Director-General, Alex Cuffy Against money laundering and terrorist financingThe Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) of Liberia has completed the first phase of a national risk assessment (NRA) against money laundering and terrorist financing (ML &TF).The NRA, which will roll over a year, is to identify, assess and understand ML&TF’s risks and apply a risk-based approach to prevent or mitigate ML&TF.The first phase was held from April 17-19 at the Central Bank of Liberia with representatives from 20 financial and security institutions, including the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC), Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) and GSM companies.The NRA is being sponsored by the African Development Bank (AfDB) with technical and financial support from the Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA) and the World Bank.FIU Director-General Alex Cuffy was understandably delighted with the kick-off, after several brainstorming exercises at home and abroad.“Our partners, who assisted us throughout this process, were pleased that we had a good set of people, who were selected and attended the workshop. And I am also pleased that they came out, and at the end of the day it is successful.“It was a workshop where people worked and made presentations. So there is a lot of expectation that everything will go on fine. The real work begins. In the next six months, this is the phase where all the teams from different institutions will be collecting the data,” said Cuffy, who heads the NRA coordinating team.He told ECOWAS Radio on April 19, 2018, that the NRA will be critical for Liberia within the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the global regulator on ML&TF.“We will be able to clearly identify where the problems are coming from. That is what we called the threats. And then we will clearly lay out our vulnerabilities. And then we will form a framework. And we would have identified and focused our limited resources on areas of high risks.“It [the NRA] is also important because Liberia is a part of the comity of nations. Money laundering and terrorist financing is a cross-border crime. That is why FATF is involved with this whole process,” added Cuffy, who was the only Liberian to work with the international community-led Governance and Economic Management Assistance Program (GEMAP) from 2006-2010 in Liberia.Cuffy was praised by GIABA research and planning director Muazu Umaru, AfDB’s chief financial economist on the prevention of money laundering and illicit financial flows, (IFFs) Samuel Chukwuka Ijeh and World Bank senior financial sector specialist Cari Votava for leading Liberia’s NRA process.The FIU, under Cuffy, has issued four AM&TF regulations with the passage of a 2016 Anti-Terrorism Act.A governance steering committee, which is made-up of heads of 20 law enforcement entities and financial regulators, was formed as part of the NRA.It will be chaired by CBL and jointly co-chaired by the ministries of Finance and Development Planning and of Justice, which also co-chairs the FIU board of directors.Atty. Lafayette Gould, who is the special assistant in the office of Liberia’s solicitor-general, said the exercise is good.“It sets the basis for us to go out now and look for the problems that we are faced with when it comes to money laundering and terrorist financing.“I think the workshop is an eye-opener. And we are definitely going to make use of the knowledge gained from here to ensure that by the time we reach March 2019 we would have completed the process for the report to be submitted,” Gould declared.There are 21 predicate offenses, including drug trafficking, tax evasion, corporate crime, corruption, fraud and organized theft, illegal logging and fishing, people smuggling, sexual servitude, that are linked to money laundering.A technical working group will coordinate and collect all the data in order to hit the ground running with awareness and training opportunities.Zobon Kolenky, asset declaration and verification officer at the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC), believes the NRA will require a lot of attention to details.“Liberia is a part of a comity of nations and if our financial sector is vulnerable to money laundering and terrorist financing, we stand as a risky country to other nations. It affects our importation, which will also affect the prices of goods and services.“So it is a very good thing for us to open ourselves up to this exercise and for all stakeholders to cooperate with individuals who will be coming their way to ask questions. It is not an audit. It is about knowing how vulnerable our country is and what measures can be taken to correct those vulnerabilities. That is the important thing about this exercise,” said Kolenky.Liberia must complete its NRA in March 2019.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
There is need for a paradigm shift around language learning in Guyana, Education Minister Nicolette Henry declared as she addressed the University of Guyana’s ‘Consultation on Enhancing Language Programmes’ on Monday.Participants of the consultation exercise pose for a photo opportunity with the Minister of Education, Hon. Nicolette Henry (seated eighth from right) and Vice-Chancellor of UG, Professor Ivelaw Griffith (seated fifth from left)Delivering the opening remarks in the Education Lecture Theatre on the Turkeyen Campus, the Minister said the University is well positioned to begin taking steps for that shift to take place, and this is a significant opportunity for Guyana to excel on the global stage.She said: “I believe that enhancing and developing the language programme at the University of Guyana with the introduction of four new languages is a commendable initiative and one that can add value to doing business on the global scale, as the ability to communicate in more than one language is often considered a competitive advantage when hiring new employees.”Minister Henry shared the view that enhancing and developing the Language Programme at the University would assist in supporting teachers pursuing foreign languages. She added that the Government of Guyana is fully committed to restoring languages to their rightful place in the school curriculum, to ensure that more children are able to access a high quality of learning.“I trust that when this programme is launched, teachers will be a main target group, because we want our children to become familiar with bilingualism from an early age,” Minister Henry said.The Department of Public Information (DPI) reported that, to create among children the interest to pursue foreign languages, Minister Henry has said that, at the level of the Ministry of Education, parents have to be engaged to act as advocates, so that they can motivate their children to learn foreign languages.Minister Henry told the gathering of stakeholders that she is encouraged to see the University of Guyana taking the initiative with the consultation to revitalise foreign language programmes in Guyana. She added that education is central to the ambitions of a nation, as it supports the development of a strong, growing economy while promoting a multicultural and inclusive society.The Education Minister also said language studies form a unique addition to a student’s university education, with the variety of teaching and learning techniques adding variety, balance or counter-balance to the education process.She said the education system must support learners of all ages to gain the skills and confidence to become global citizens, to understand other cultures and societies, as well as to develop the skills to function and thrive in the modern global economy.Vice-Chancellor of the University of Guyana, Professor Ivelaw Griffith, said that if persons are to limit themselves linguistically, they would be limiting their world and the extent of their engagements and networking. He said, “We limit ourselves if we limit ourselves to English.”According to Vice-Chancellor Griffith, the consultation is a journey that is part of a broader project called the “UG Renaissance,” which is seeking to transform the University and bring it into the 21st Century.Dean of the Faculty of Education and Humanities, Claudette Austin, said the purposes and objectives of the consultation are: to address the framework for support of language development from primary through tertiary levels of education; design and develop the curricula for a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Dutch and Mandarin; design and develop a curriculum for English as a second language; and review and update the curricula for French, Spanish and Portuguese programmes. The consultation is also concerned with preparation of programme and requisite course outlines.
Over the years, New Orleans has made a number of lists for the fattest and most out-of-shape residents. In 2005, it was lumped among the top 10 fattest cities in a less-than-scientific survey done by Men’s Fitness magazine. The Louisiana-based WOW Cafe & Wingery, which has restaurants in 17 states, announced this month it is switching to a trans fats-free canola oil. But there are a number of restaurants in the bulk frying business that are reluctant to change. Deanie’s Seafood Restaurant in New Orleans, where the menu includes fried artichoke hearts, fried crawfish tails, fried shrimp and crab claws and fried soft-shell crab, has no plans to change its frying oil, which contains trans fats. But the manager said Deanie’s may make the switch someday. “It’s definitely a trend that we’ll have to be mindful of,” Chandra Chifici said. In Southern states, where fried chicken is a restaurant staple, many chefs said they aren’t concerned about the movement to ban trans fats. “The only real threat is that it might take us back to more authentic Southern cooking again – using butter or some other natural oil to fry and saut ,” said John Currence, chef-owner of City Grocery restaurant in Oxford, Miss., where the menu includes shrimp and grits, prepared with garlic-infused olive oil and bacon fat. At Restaurant Eugene in Atlanta, chef Linton Hopkins does a Sunday menu of traditional Southern foods, including fried chicken cooked in peanut oil flavored with bacon drippings, sliced ham and lard. He said natural fats and oils “just taste better.”160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Prudhomme and others agree a good roux – the flour browned in oil that helps give gumbo and Louisiana sauces their color and flavor – is done with natural oil like peanut oil. “And there’s nothing wrong with dripping a little pork loin in there,” said Prudhomme, who is famously overweight himself. Some cooking oils, shortening and margarine contain artificial trans fats, which give oil a longer shelf life and sustain higher cooking temperatures. But trans fats have come under fire from health advocates for clogging heart arteries. In December, New York City banned artificial trans fats at restaurants. Around the country, Starbucks, KFC, McDonald’s and Burger King say they will phase them out, and Crisco, introduced in 1911 and the first shortening product made entirely of vegetable oil, is getting a new formula that nearly eliminates trans fats. Several states, including Michigan, California and Oregon, are studying a possible ban. But there has been no such talk in Louisiana. NEW ORLEANS – Visitors who come to the Big Easy with a big appetite for its sinfully rich food need not fear: This city of beignets, crab cakes, fried oysters and gumbo is not about to jump onto the trans-fat ban wagon. New Orleans, which regularly ranks among America’s fattest, most out-of-shape cities, is simply not the kind of place to let health concerns interfere with the exquisite pleasures of a meal cooked with butter, bacon drippings, heavy cream and lard. “We take it to the butter-load, baby,” said chef Paul Prudhomme at his world-famous French Quarter restaurant, K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen, where cooks brush melted butter over pans of jalape o bread and saut De plump Gulf of Mexico shrimp in butter and seasonings. In truth, most of New Orleans’ big-name, white-linen restaurants do not even use trans fats for their haute Cajun and Creole cuisine, but only because they prefer the rich flavors of natural oils and fats.
In 2006, two-way trade was valued at $329.4 billion through the twin ports, Los Angeles International Airport and several other points of international trade – collectively known as the Los Angeles Customs District. That was a 12.1 percent increase over the previous year, easily allowing the customs district to retain its No. 1 national ranking. The New York Customs District was second at $295 billion in two-way trade. Because of the nation’s trade deficit, many containers enter the ports loaded and leave empty. When counting only loaded containers, the Port of Los Angeles was the nation’s biggest gainer in traffic last year, recording a 17.5 increase, to 5.72 million loaded TEUs, the study says. The Port of Long Beach was second with a 9 percent increase, to 4.79 million TEUs. The Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex also retained its No. 5 worldwide ranking for total handled containers. Growth at the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will keep going full throttle this year despite concerns about capacity and other issues, according to a study to be released today. Container traffic at the two ports is expected to increase 9.2 percent, to 17.2 million TEUs, or 20-foot equivalent units, says an international trade study by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. The growth in container traffic this year will be slightly slower than last year’s pace of 11 percent, the study says. “Shippers continue to have confidence in the ability of the ports to handle the traffic,” the report states. Americans’ unrelenting appetite for imports from Asia is driving growth in local port traffic, said Eduardo J. Martinez, an economist who led the LAEDC trade study. “As long as we’re running the trade deficit and Los Angeles remains the main entry point (to Asia), and Asian companies continue to excel in manufacturing, yes, it’s going to continue,” Martinez said of port traffic growth. With container traffic at the twin ports expected to at least double in the next 15 years to 20 years, concern will remain high over capacity, congestion and environmental effects, the report says. The two main rail yards serving the twin ports, Hobart Yard and BNSF, are approaching their intended capacity. However, BNSF is developing a near-dock rail facility to move containers onto trains using the Alameda Corridor express freight rail lines. This new facility would likely reduce truck traffic on the Long Beach Freeway and decrease pressure on the Hobart Yard, the study says. Despite attempts to clean up the air, port pollution remains a major worry for the surrounding communities. This makes plans to increase port capacity a tricky political balancing act, Martinez said. “It becomes a political process … that may drag out,” Martinez said. “The pressure in the room is not going away. It’s actually increasing. So it gives it a bit of urgency.” Even without an increase in capacity, shippers from Asia have few options beyond the twin ports because other Western U.S. ports “don’t have the capacity,” Martinez said. However, a long-term shortage of capacity at the Los Angeles and Long Beach harbors could prompt competing ports such as in Washington state to invest in greater capacity. The study also says direct international trade created 35,000 additional jobs last year in Los Angeles County and the four surrounding counties. email@example.com (310) 543-6175160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
Arsenal and Chelsea target Mattia Destro is closing in on a move to Monaco. The Roma forward has long been linked with a move to the Premier League and both Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho are reported to have been keeping tabs on his progress. But Monaco appear to have won the race for his signature, with multiple reports in Italy suggesting the player has agreed a switch to the Principality, where he will replace former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov. The move will cost around £10m plus bonuses for the one-time AC Milan forward. 1 Mattia Destro
Club Notes 06/06/2016Socks R us: The Ty Mini Company Socks R Us are selling club socks sizes 3-6 and 7-10 at €10 a pair. Contact Gerard Byrne on 0879413888. Great competition in Ardara today for our two U10 boys football teams. The A team lost their first game to Glenswilly by two points which meant they dropped down into the Shield Competition. The lads went onto beat McCumhaills, Naomh Padraig, and Gweedore before losing to Cloughaneley in the shield final. The B team had a fantastic day out. They beat Glenswillly in their first game before they lost out to McCumhaills. They then went on to beat St Nauls and Glenswilly before they overcame Buncrana in the final. Well done to all the coaches and players for their continued hard work. Huge thanks goes to John McConnell and Ardara for the invite and a well organised blitz. Our U10’s after winning the Joe Larry Gallagher B Shield today in Ardara. Well done to all the coaches and players. Our U12 girls had a busy month of May. Firstly we met Naomh Columba in Tir Chonaill park and with a very good performance, we beat the Glen girls. We then travelled to Ballyshannon where we met a very strong Aodh Ruadh team and we suffered a heavy defeat on a very wet evening. We had a disappointing result in Killybegs, after leading at half time, we let a few quick goals in at the beginning of the second half and we never recovered, ending up loosing by a few points. Last Tuesday saw a wonderful performance in Tir Chonaill park, where some wonderful skill, excellent teamwork and determination ensured that we defeated our near neighbours St Nauls. This was a great evening to watch a football match and the girls showed how much they have improved and scored some wonderful goals & points. We have one league match against Kilcar to play and then on to our all county blitz on July 9th. Well done to all the girls for great efforts at training & matches. Club Lotto: Renew Subscriptions, the club would ask all persons that are members of our lotto to pay annual subscription to sellers of to treasurer Paul Timoney 0872791305. New members are welcome with quarterly and half yearly subscriptions available. Club Lotto: There was no winner of the lotto jackpot €1300 in week 47 of the 2015/16 season draw held in the Abbey Hotel on Monday the 6th of May. The €25 winners in the lucky dip were Donal Mc Mullin, Care of the post office, Noel Ward, Druminin, Des D, C/o Michael Kelly Jnr, and Eamonn Timoney, Castle Street. The numbers drawn were 1, 8, 12 and 19, Congratulation to all winners. The next draw takes place on the 13th of June.Club Notes: Any club managers, mentors or members who wish to have information included in the club notes should email firstname.lastname@example.org before Monday at lunchtime to ensure it is included.Follow us via facebook, twitter, club app and www.fourmastersgaa.com FOUR MASTERS U10’S PERFROM WELL AT BLITZ IN ARDARA was last modified: June 7th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:four mastersGAASport
GAA legend Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh has said a great injustice has been done to axed Donegal star Kevin Cassidy.And the RTE veteran has called on the Donegal County Board to intervene in the current dispute with manager Jim McGuinness.Commentator Ó Muircheartaigh said that the dispute between Cassidy and McGuinness was based on a difference of opinion and had been blown out of all proportion. But he said the County Board had a responsibility to attempt to bring about a resolution.Speaking on Radio na Gaeltachta, the GAA icon he said that as the County Board had appointed McGuinness and had laid out the terms of his appointment, they had an authority and a responsibility to act in this case.During the interview he also questioned the amount of control some managers exerted on their teams and referred to the confiscation of the Donegal team’s mobile phones before the semi final match with Dublin, saying that he felt it was as a step too far.In the interview with Áine Ní Churráin on the Barrscealta programme, Ó Muircheartaigh said that Cassidy had played brilliantly during the year, and that he had been central to the team’s success, and as such that he deserved to be on the team trip to Florida. He said that he didn’t think what had been published in the book ‘This is Our Year’ did any damage to the team as it wasn’t published until after the championship had ended, although he didn’t agree with the inclusion of the comments about John Joe Doherty’s management style as it didn’t refer to the year in question.Ó Muircheartaigh said that he believed that the dispute between Cassidy and McGuinness could be resolved and that the County Board should bring both sides together to work it out.He said that he hoped to see Cassidy playing for Donegal again in the new year, and that his absence from the Donegal team next year would leave a huge void.He also said that McGuinness had been a very good player in his time and had the talent to be a very good manager.GAA LEGEND O MUIRCHEARTAIGH SAYS GREAT INJUSTICE HAS BEEN DONE TO CASSIDY was last modified: November 17th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Jim McGuinnessKevin CassidyMICHEAL O MUIRCHEARRTAIGH