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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, September 2, 2014
GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
MINISTRY OF NATIONAL SECURITY
31-33 Abercromby Street, Port of Spain
Career Opportunity (contract)
The Ministry of National Security, in its quest to promote positive youth development, has
embarked on a National Mentorship Programme. The Programme is designed to provide
support to youths in difficult circumstances by pairing them with role models and teaching
them fundamental life skills, civic responsibility and positive ways of relating to their peers.
In this regard, applications are invited from suitably qualified nationals of Trinidad and
Tobago to fill the following contract position in the Ministry of National Security.
Assistant Co-ordinator, Tobago
Role: Reporting to the Director, National Mentorship Programme, the incumbent will coor-
dinate and implement all aspects of the Tobago Mentorship Programme. The Assistant
Coordinator, Tobago is expected to take into consideration the cultural context of Tobago in
the development of programmes.
For further details on this position please visit
Applications including Curriculum Vitae giving details of qualifications and experience,
names and addresses of two (2) references should be sent to:
Temple Court 1
31-33 Abercromby Street
Port of Spain Trinidad West Indies
WE THANK ALL INTERESTED APPLICANTS, BUT ADVISE THAT ONLY THOSE WHO ARE SHORTLISTED
WILL BE CONTACTED.
LONDON---Manchester United loaned out Javier
Hernandez and was preparing to tie up deals for
Radamel Falcao and Daley Blind as the 20-time
English champions continued their squad
rebuilding on a slow start to transfer deadline
day in the Premier League.
With its top-four rivals staying quiet on the
final day of the summer transfer window, United
remained busy by sending Hernandez on a sea-
son-long loan to Real Madrid to end the Mexico
striker s four-year stay at Old Trafford.
In Hernandez s place, United was ready to sign
Colombia striker Falcao on loan for the rest of
the season from Monaco, adding another world-
class striker to a forward line that already includes
Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney.
The deal will cost United about $9 million and
is subject to a medical examination and personal
terms being agreed to, a person with knowledge
of the deal told The Associated Press. The person
spoke on condition of anonymity because the
deal has not yet been completed.
United was also likely to complete the signing
of Blind after announcing Saturday it had reached
an agreement with Ajax for the Netherlands inter-
The arrivals of Falcao and Blind would take
United s spending in this transfer window to more
than £150 million (US$250 million) as the club
looks to reverse its decline since the retirement
of Alex Ferguson as manager in May 2013.
Around £740 million (US$1.2 billion) had already
been spent by Premier League clubs before dead-
line day---a record figure---and Hull added to that
by signing Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez from
Italian side Palermo for a club-record fee report-
edly in the region of 9.5 million pounds ($15.8
The 24-year-old Hernandez, who has signed
a three-year deal, was part of Uruguay s World
Cup squad this summer.
"Abel is a fantastic signing and highlights just
how far the club has come in such a short space
of time," said Hull manager Steve Bruce, whose
side was eliminated from the Europa League in
the final qualifying round laast week.
Hull sold midfielder George Boyd to Premier
League newcomer Burnley, which also signed
Chelsea midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah on loan
Tottenham loaned German midfielder Lewis
Holtby to Hamburg for a year with a view to a
permanent transfer and completed the signing of
defender Benjamin Stambouli from Montpellier.
Southampton terminated the season-long loan
of Inter Milan s Saphir Taider less than a month
into the arrangement, saying the 22-year-old
Algeria midfielder had "failed to live up to the
high levels of commitment expected of Southamp-
ton players." Karim El Ahmadi left Aston Villa to
return to Feyenoord on a three-year deal.
Daley Blind...well know to Luis Van Gaal
United loans out Hernandez, bags Falcao
PARIS---On a quiet day of transfers in the
French league, the main news was who left
rather than who joined, with Colombia striker
Radamel Falcao leaving Monaco after just one
season to sign a loan deal with Manchester
Having already sold another Colombian---
James Rodriguez, the World Cup s top scorer,
to Real Madrid---Monaco s chances of stopping
big-spending Paris Saint-Germain from winning
a third straight title already look slim. PSG
made its only major signing early in the season
when Brazil s David Luiz, who can play in central
midfield and defense, joined from Chelsea in
a deal worth €50 million ($65.6 million).
Marseille, however, congratulated itself for
"one of the best" moves of the transfer window
when it signed 19-year-old Brazilian defender
Doria on a five-year contract from Botafogo,
describing him as one of "the big hopes" of
He made his Botafogo debut against Coritibia
at the age of 17 and Marseille said it beat several
European clubs, including Porto, to his signature.
Marseille also managed to keep hold of Ghana
winger Andre Ayew, whose prospective move
to join Queens Park Rangers fell through, Mar-
seille president Vincent Labrune told RMC radio.
Doria joins Marseille and
N'Gog goes to Reims
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