Uros RacicThe two transfers that the young Serbian midfielder has experienced they seem to be too small. Last year at Tenerife was a real sensation and this season is indisputable in the revelation team of the Liga NOS, Famalicao. There are 29 matches that the footballer has played, 22 of them as a starter, including the momentous semifinals of the Portuguese Cup against Benfica. His good performance well serves to draw the attention of the club to which he belongs, but its short-term future seems difficult to turn black and white for the same reason that it has not found a place in the last two years: Kondogbia and Coquelin and the tough competition that would take to count minutes. Despite this, the market will mark his possible return as several Premier clubs have tempted Kondogbia. In any case, it has appreciated and aroused the interest of several clubs in the Portuguese league and Valencia could use it in operations such as Diogo Leite’s to lower the cost.Contract expires: June 30, 2022. Alex WhiteThe 21-year-old attacker has failed to claim ownership at Zaragoza but has settle like a shooter from the bench leaving good feelings, his 24 games played, although only six as a starter, thus they demonstrate it. At 21 he is at a key moment in his professional career, his contract expires next summer 2021 and Mestalla’s offices must decide whether to renew the link or not. Versatile to play on both bands, his future will be determined by what happens with Ferran TorresIf he leaves he may have a chance, but if Foios’ player renews it, it will be much more complicated.Contract expires: June 30, 2021 Alex CentellesIt is being earned that, at a minimum, he will be taken into account from Valencia for the coming season. The left side plays with Racic at Famalicao and, like the Serb, is also entrenched in the eleventh place of the seventh place in Portugal. Like Jordi Alba and Juan Bernat, the Valencian is a winger converted to winger at the Valencian Academy who mixes offensive power with good defensive skills, in fact Marcelino already took it off preseason. The player seems to have a difficult time making a hole at Valencia with Gayà indisputable and Lato who will return on June 30However, his current performance is enough for the club to rethink his situation.Contract expires: June 30, 2023.GONZÁLEZIRANZO & nbsp; (DAILY) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>CENTELLES IN A WORKOUT LAST YEARGONZÁLEZIRANZO (DAILY) Toni LatoThe loan in which you have more confidence for next year, but the most unsuccessful loan of the current season. Without minutes at PSV, he arrived in Pamplona with the confidence of Jagoba Arrasate, but in the first two months he was injured and just a week after he became a footballer again – he was a starter against Sevilla – the break came for COVID-19 to, again, cut his continuity. The youth squad has proven to have skills but has not found the place to display them, the idea of the club is for him to return next year to occupy the position that he himself wanted to leave this year: be the alternative to Gayà. And although he has all the ballots for that to happen, competition has arisen.Contract expires: June 30, 2023 Playing for Valencia is a dream for many footballers who, even signing for the club, still do not comply. The entity of Turia has managed by means of transfers to exploit the talent of great players who have later been able to shine in the team, this was the case among others with David Silva and Paco Alcácer, But he has also sought loans for footballers that he signed and have not met expectations. This season they are six players seeking to claim on other teams and take advantage of the course to demonstrate that next year they can have a place on the campus. Some of them have managed to attract the attention of the football scene, others, however, have not even been able to count on many minutes. Alex CarbonellValencia signed this young midfielder just a year ago together with Jorge Saénz and Manu Vallejo and as with them, he let the season end in Córdoba after his departure from Reus due to the administrative problems of the Catalan team. Without making a lot of noise or hogging many light bulbs, He left on loan to Fortuna Sittard of the Eredivise and has established himself as a rotation player there. Raised in ‘La Masía’ and with DNA Barça, the absence of replacement for Dani Parejo leads us to think that the next preseason will have the opportunity to prove its worth ALEX BLANCO WITH EL ZARAGOZADAILY Jason RemeseiroThe 25-year-old right winger goes through a season irregular under the orders of Bordalás. Until Christmas he had played practically everything and was a fixture in the starting lineup, in fact from Getafe it transpired that the azulones were preparing an offer to keep it owned. However, since December 1 its presence has been diluted to the point that he has not played in LaLiga since that date. The remaining eleven days will be key to claiming and re-gaining the trust of the club in which he is on loan. His possible return to the capital of Turia will be marked by the future of Ferran Torres, because if he leaves there will be a vacancy in his position, in any case the former Levante is a player who It has market value.Contract expires: June 30, 2022.DAILY ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>JASON WITH THE GETAFEDAILY Jorge SáenzAnother complicated transfer and that is not giving the expected result, the central today is the fourth defender at Celta de Vigo and has barely played five games. Conditions are not lacking, under-21 international, 1.90cm tall, fast, good aerial game and one of the best defenders of LaLiga Smartbanck last season, but he has not been able to exploit them in Vigo where a debut in which he was sent off has weighed him down. In addition, since Oscar García arrived on the bench He is the only outfield player who has not had minutes, so it seems that he lacks the coach’s confidence. It still remains another loan season at Celta, Valencia wanted to play it back after Garay’s injury, but ultimately did not pay the 3 millions of the penalty clause.Contract expires: June 30, 2024. DAILY ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>LATO WITH VALENCIADAILY
During your job search, you’re going to receive a lot advice. Some of this advice is going to help you land jobs, while some of it might set you back.Whether it’s advice you receive from your mother or even a tip you get from a recruiter, some of it won’t guarantee job search success. When searching for jobs, it’s important to know which tips work for you and how to use them to their best potential. Once you’re able to weed out the bad advice from the good, you’ll be on your way to more interviews and landing a job.To help you decide which job search advice to ditch this year, here five job search tips to avoid in 2014:1. Only focus on your resume and cover letter.A common piece of advice you’ve probably heard over the last year is to focus on customizing your cover letter and resume to every position for which you apply. This is a very important piece of advice to follow (and you should always do this); however, there some other important pieces of the job search puzzle you’re missing.During your job search, you must also focus on marketing yourself as a professional and the value of your personal brand. Your resume and cover letter definitely serve as tools for landing an interview, but what’s going to seal the deal is your credibility as a professional. In addition to crafting the perfect resume and cover letter, make sure you also have a stellar online presence. This means making sure your LinkedIn is current and you’re utilizing the best social media platforms for your career. This not only will help you build credibility as a job seeker, but also help you become discovered by employers who want to hire you.2. Make sure your Facebook profile is unsearchable.If you’re worried about employers finding you on Facebook, chances are you’ve probably gone out of your way to make it private. If you’ve changed the spelling of your name on Facebook and applied every privacy setting to make it impossible to discover you, this could send a red flag to employers.As a job seeker, you need to be as transparent as possible on social media. Why? Because employers want to feel confident that you have nothing to hide from them. Do your best to be your true self online and you won’t have to worry about blocking employers from your Facebook.3. Keep your personal and professional online presence separate.You may have been told the safest way to utilize social media for your job search is to create separate accounts (such as two Twitter accounts). While this seems like sound advice, it could have a negative impact on your online presence. Employers want to see that you’re able to blend your personal and professional lives as one on social media. By blending the two, you’re able to show employers your experience as well as your personality online.As mentioned earlier, it’s important to be transparent as a job seeker because you want employers to see your genuine personality. If you’re worried about employers finding dirt on you, make sure you are only posting appropriate content online. This will save you a headache from having to manage two separate social media personalities for yourself as a job seeker.4. Apply to as many jobs as you can.No matter how desperate you are to find a job, don’t apply to every job posting you think you are even remotely qualified for. People land jobs because they show employers they are qualified for the position through their experience, not because of a single qualification or skill.If you want to land a job, you need to carefully research positions that would be a good fit for your skills and experience. Once you find some jobs you feel are the right fit, begin networking with those companies. When you’re ready to apply and you’ve made some connections, customize your cover letter and resume to each position. This will show employers you are serious about working for their company and will give employers a reason to want to interview you for the position.5. Use as many buzzwords as possible in your resume.You’ve probably been told to use as many buzzwords as possible such as “driven” and “innovative” to spruce up your resume and help you win over resume screeners. However, this is actually a job search tip you need to avoid. In 2013, LinkedIn revealed their top 10 list of resume buzzwords you should avoid using in your resume. Regardless of how “responsible” or “analytical” you may believe yourself to be, no employer is going to believe you unless you can support your qualification with an accomplishment story. When writing your resume, make sure you are using relevant keywords that are tailored to the position. This will help you stand out to employers and make your resume appear more credible.If you can avoid some of these tips during your job search, you’ll be on your way to landing more interviews and jobs. Your job search is more than sending a resume or hiding your personal life from employers online. It’s about being persistent and thoughtful when applying for jobs and making the right connections. Hopefully you’ll be able to use some of these tips to tweak your job search this year and lead yourself in the direction of landing a job.What are some bad job search tips you’ve received? Share in the comments below!
Stoke City striker Bojan Krkic is set for talks with manager Mark Hughes over his future.He spent the second half of last season on loan to German side Mainz after falling out of favour with Hughes.But Bojan says there are no hard feelings on his part – insists he never fell out with Hughes – and would be happy to return to the Potteries to see out the remaining three years on his contract if required.He said: “Nothing happened between me and the manager. We just started playing in a different way.“I was starting games and they decided to change the system, using more physical players so I went to the bench. Being injured didn’t help me either.“But I do not want controversy with either the coach or the club, where I feel very well treated. The supporters love me a lot, like me to them.“I have a contract with Stoke and that gives me security but I want to talk to them too find a solution because I am signed until 2020.”
Today, Morning Edition reported on the privations of self-employed members of the National Guard, now that many of them are serving in long deployments overseas. When a service member is called up, the 6% who are self-employed must leave behind their businesses, which all too often erode in their absence. Congress is trying to help these freelancers, independent contractors, and small business owners by proposing a $10,000 tax credit. That goes only a little way toward compensating those who have served our country. Some members of the National Guard have suggested that the military should offer business support training, to help service men and women plan for their time away from their work–and resume it successfully.