Beyond that it may be a sign that I could set course for Real Madrid The next course, the truth is that the German coach has problems. The frustrated sale of Cavani to the Atlético de Madrid, the birthday celebration of Neymar Last weekend and now Mbappé’s anger makes the technician more worried than usual. The PSG is carrying out a great campaign in their country, as they have accustomed us during the last years. However, in the last meeting before the Montpellier, scenes of tension were lived when Thomas Tuchel decided to replace Kylian Mbappé, who left the field angry. He recognized him at a press conference and as published L’Equipe, He gathered the staff to discuss the incident with them, explaining that “it is not necessary to feed journalists.” However, during that encounter with the players, Kylian Mbappé did not apologize to the coach for his behavior, although he admitted that perhaps it would have been too hard and that his intention was not to disrespect either Edinson Cavani or Mauro Icardi (It was a double change in which Sarabia and the French left the pitch).For its part, Leonardo did not want to make statements on the subject to dramatize a situation that happens from time to time in clubs full of stars who want to play everything. In any case, that Mbappé does not apologize to Tuchel, who is the one who decides which players play and which players do not, can generate a long-term problem. Flirt 1* Data updated as of February 4, 2020 7
Evergreen Public Schools Superintendent John Deeder announced his retirement at the district’s Tuesday board meeting.When Deeder, who will turn 70 in April, steps down on July 31, he will close a 48-year career in education, 11 of which were spent as the district’s superintendent.In an emotional announcement at the board meeting, Deeder thanked the school board and district administrators for supporting him through his career and for their commitment to supporting the east Vancouver district’s students.“I love this place and I love education,” Deeder said.Deeder began his career as a sixth grade teacher, also working as a counselor, coach, principal, instructional leader and assistant superintendent in Oregon school districts, according to a district news release. He first joined Evergreen public schools 15 years ago as the director of curriculum and instruction. He was later appointed assistant superintendent, then chief academic office before his appointment as superintendent in 2006.Deeder also managed a $26.3 million budget cut during the height of the Great Recession without cutting teacher salaries, implementing budget-saving policies including freezing his own salary for five years.Deeder has also been a staunch supporter of creating programs that support the district’s low-income students and their families, overseeing the launch of the district’s Family and Community Resource Center program in 2013. That program has since expanded to cover 14 schools.