Dortmund’s ‘yellow wall’ has just convinced Haaland

first_imgErling Haaland has fallen on his feet in Dortmund. The goals come in quantity, quality and show a natural talent to score for the joy of the fans of Westphalia that He already has a new idol even though it has only been a month. The Norwegian, although born in Leeds, made his signing official by the Germans on December 29 after negotiating, with Raiola and his father, with half of Europe. United, Juventus, RB Leizpig and even Real Madrid interest … but It was the Dortmund who finally dressed him with his colors.In the strategy to sign him, Dortmund used all the elements at his disposal: he urged the players of his squad to try to convince him by talking to him on WhatsApp, he asked Puma to offer him a sponsorship contract to take him to Nike and to this brand will raise its emoluments and, now, the sports director Michael Zorc confesses in Sport Bild that even the famous ‘yellow wall’ served to convince Haaland that Dortmund was the perfect destination.Zorc assures this media that, during a meeting with the player, he showed Haaland a video of the Sudtribune, better known as ‘the yellow wall’, one of the best known stands in the world for the atmosphere they generate in the Westfalenstadion. The manager showed him the excellent atmosphere of the German stadium, which seems to have just convinced the Norwegian. INA FASSBENDER & nbsp; (AFP) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>INA FASSBENDER (AFP) “He seems to like it!” Zorc said before continuing to explain more feelings about the operation. “We had to go very strong to get Erling signed and it is no secret that other great clubs also worked very hard to sign him. The day we closed the transfer was like a small child, “he said. Haaland has already made the yellow stand sing that fascinated him four times (he has four other goals as a visitor) and it seems that they will be many more.last_img read more

DONEGAL BUSINESS HAS EXAMINERSHIP EXTENDED FOLLOWING CIRCUIT COURT HEARING

first_imgHenry McGinley Sons & LTD has received an extension to its examinership following a hearing at the Donegal Circuit court earlier this afternoon. McGinley Sons & LTD is one of the leading structural and roofing businesses in the North-West.Over the years the business has established a stellar reputation in the structural and roofing industry in Donegal. Judge Keenan Johnston praised the significant work carried out by the Sean Carr, Vision Accountancy, Examiner to the business since the short time of his appointment.It was revealed during the hearing that McGinley Sons & LTD are looking to launch two new innovative product lines.The innovative product lines are in fire grates and fire stoves plates, which the court heard are 100% more cost effective than standard fire-grates and stoves.It was also revealed the highly reputable company secured a number of high profile contracts in the last few days, and that they continue to trade as normal.Two pivotal former employees, who were forced to emigrated recently after having no alternative but to leave their families behind in search for work are returning to the business.The pair are expected to return home to their families before Christmas, and resume their jobs with Henry McGinley & Sons LTD thereafter.Mr Sean Carr of Vision Accountancy, regarded as Ireland’s leading turnaround expert, expressed every confidence in being able to save the jobs and the business to the benefit of all stakeholders to the Circuit Court.DONEGAL BUSINESS HAS EXAMINERSHIP EXTENDED FOLLOWING CIRCUIT COURT HEARING was last modified: October 16th, 2014 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:BusinesscourtsexaminershipHenry McGinleynewslast_img read more