In the midst of Benfica’s results crisis, the shadow of the Portuguese coach of FlamengoJorge Jesus plan on the portuguese club, since, after making it clear in the last hours that he would return to Portugal after his Brazilian journey, your options to return to lisboeta club could increase. In an interview with Jorge Jesus released in the last hours by “Sport TV”, the Flamengo coach confirmed that, despite the successes of last season with Flamengo, Go too far to fulfill your dream of training Barcelona or Real Madrid, so it’s clear that his future goes back to Portugal once he finishes his stage in Brazil.In the press conference prior to the match against Vitória de Setúbal, Lage insisted this Friday: “Closer to Easter, in April, we talk about Jesus“. Jorge Jesus ends contract with Flamengo at the end of May and Everything suggests that the talks to renew your contract will begin shortly.The technical laureate He trained Benfica between 2008 and 2014, and then left to lead the eternal rival, Sporting de Portugal, in which he was from June 2014 to the summer of 2018. A month ago, Benfica was leader of the League with 7 points of difference, although in recent weeks, after a crisis of results, ceded first place to Porto and also fell eliminated in the Europa League. Last week, the incarnates ceded first place to Porto and the ‘eagles’ coach Bruno LageHe said Friday with an ironic tone at the press conference prior to the League match: “Easter is usually celebrated in April and we are already talking about Jesus“.
A collaboration of both the Gaisce Society and the LGBT Society in LYIT brought an evening of fashion, entitled ‘This is Me’, to the 140 audience in attendance in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Letterkenny.The lady in red – Ciara Murphy on the catwalk.The co-presenters, Ciaran White and Anna Ni Domhnaill provided the running order of events with carefully prepared descriptions of the clothing from the six local retail outlets that kindly exhibited, Penneys, Pure, Evolve, New Look, DV8 and Verve.The models themselves were selected from the ranks of the student Clubs and Societies membership in LYIT, with Katy Murphy, Jessica Martin, Ciara Walsh, Aoife McGrory, Olaide Anjorin and Isobel Keenan turning heads with an array of gear providing splendor at every twist on the catwalk. Ciara Walsh looks amazing in this blue number.The programme was organized and choreographed by Fiona Kelly, Student Administrator and Paddy Gallagher, Sports Officer, providing the event lighting.Student Union Officers, Tanya Russell and Frank Donnelly both were on hand to model some of the wardrobe selected by the retail outlets exhibiting, and the soundtracks were delivered courtesy of Chris McDyre, Ents Officer, now considered to be an ‘old pro’ in the area.Among the male models were students Michael Connolly, Ian Smyth, Danny Gallagher, Adam, Crossan, Thomas Blockley and Paddy Treanor.Ian Smyth is looking the part in this dapper blazer.The final fund tally reached €1,200 going to fund the activities of Breakout Donegal Youth Service. LYIT UNVEIL THEIR ‘MODEL’ STUDENTS AS THEY RAISE €1,200 FOR CHARITY was last modified: March 15th, 2015 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:fashion showLYIT