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NOTICE TO TRESPASSER
TAKE NOTICE that the structure being built
on premises situate at Piarco Old Road, Red
Hill, D'abadie comprising 4 acres and bounded
on the North by lands of Anna Johnson on the
South by lands of the Beetham on the East by
Orange Grove Estate and on the West by Piacro
Road is illegal, and will demolished by the
Owner, British American Insurance Company
(Trinidad) Limited within 14 days of the date of
SALE BY MORTGAGEE
OFFERS ARE INVITED FOR THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY:
10 contiguous parcels of freehold land altogether
comprising a total of 70 Acres 1 Rood 34
Perches situate at Rock River Trace, off Rock
River Road, St. Mary's Village, Moruga.
The properly is being sold "as is" without any
responsibility of the vendor to provide statutory
approvals, surveying data or warranty on its
suitability for use for any purpose.
The property is being sold subject to any
existing tenancies, occupancy or encroachments
however created or formed.
Telephone Nos. 662-4020 /4286;
Fax No. 662-0755 Officer #38 Ext. 5419
SEND SEALED BIDS:
The Properties Officer
Sale No. 027/2014
#34 Southern Main Road, Curepe or
P.O, Box 72, Port-of-Spain
BIDS MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES HEREIN GIVEN
TO ENSURE THAT THEY ARE DULY CONSIDERED
Bids must be received by 3:00 p.m. on 2014
No late bids will be accepted unsuitable bids will
not be acknowledged.
The mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or
any offer. The property will be sold subject to all rates,
taxes and other outgoings that may be due at the time of
GENEVA---Europe s top football clubs still
need to be convinced the 2022 World Cup in
Qatar should be moved from summer.
Although Fifa pesident Sepp Blatter has pre-
sented a switch to November-December as
almost inevitable, the European Club Associ-
ation wants to influence ongoing consultation
"We need more information before accepting
the fact that the calendar should be disrupted,"
ECA vice chairman Umberto Gandini said yes-
terday. "We would not be part of something
which is not credible."
Gandini represents the 200-member ECA
on a Fifa panel seeking ways to avoid playing
in the desert heat of June-July. The AC Milan
director updated European club leaders about
the first Fifa consultation held Monday, and
said a decision on choosing dates was expected
from "March to June 2015."
Fifa on Monday offered two alternative
options, including a November-December tour-
nament, which would shut down top European
leagues for two months. The other was Jan-
uary-February, though Blatter previously assured
IOC President Thomas Bach that the World
Cup will not clash with the 2022 Winter
Olympics, likely in February.
"There s obviously some resistance to move
to break away from tradition---that s normal,
that s natural but a lot of people believe this
is the World Cup and belongs to the world,"
Qatar organising committee communications
director Nasser Al-Khater said at the SoccerEx
conference in Manchester after attending the
Fifa meeting. "This could be the first time a
World Cup is moved in terms of timings and
maybe this becomes the norm for the future
and becomes a template that we can move."
Still, the June-July tournament promised by
Qatar should be a starting point for talks, Gandini
said in Geneva.
The ECA is supported by the English Premier
League among 40 delegates from world football
who attended Monday s session at Fifa.
"We must get very strong and decisive reasons
for moving the World Cup," Gandini said, noting
European clubs key role in employing 75 percent
of all players selected to the World Cup in Brazil.
Gandini urged Fifa to consider the majority
of players and leagues which are not represented
at the World Cup, and could have be required
to stop playing midseason.
"What is going to happen to football in the
world if we move the World Cup from its natural
slot?" he asked.
Fifa s executive committee awarded Qatar
the 2022 hosting rights despite knowing that
temperatures routinely rise above 40 degrees
C (104 degrees F) in summer.
Gandini defended the summer weather in
Qatar, suggesting players in Brazil already over-
came challenging conditions.
Humidity in the Amazonian city of Manaus
was "no worse than the one expected in Qatar
at the same time of the year," the Italian official
Qatari organisers have pledged to combat
heat by building air-cooled venues for matches
and team practices.
The Fifa panel studied another potential
change to the tournament calendar affecting
The United States wants to host a centenary
Copa America---the South American champi-
onship, which is played every four years---as a
one-off event in June 2016. The tournament
would add six Concacaf nations to the ten
South American teams and overlap with the
2016 European Championship for two weeks.
Fifa must give special permission to add the
centenary event to the international calendar.
That would oblige European clubs to release
players such as Lionel Messi and Neymar.
The ECA will be consulted by Uefa before
the European governing body makes a decision.
Fifa could approve the Copa America event at
its September 25-26 executive committee meet-
ing in Zurich. (AP)
European clubs unsure over 2022 World Cup in winter
Umberto Gandini...European Club Association
MANCHESTER--- Fifa s
medical chief wants to
allow referees to stop
matches for three min-
utes to asses head
injuries when a concus-
sion is suspected.
Football leaders have
been under pressure to
better protect players after
there were five concussion
cases at the World Cup in
Brazil, including several
where the player tried to
stay on the field. A lawsuit
is also being brought in
the US chiding Fifa s
guidelines for players who
receive serious head
Fifa medical committee
D Hooghe will seek the
approval of the Uefa and
Fifa executive committees
later this month for "strict
rules" that go beyond the
existing medical guidance.
In a high-profile inci-
dent in the Premier
League last season that
inspired the proposed rule,
Hugo Lloris was allowed
to return to the pitch by
coach Andre Villas-Boas
during a match against
Everton after appearing to
lose consciousness when
he was struck on the head
by an opponent s knee.
D Hooghe said doctors
rather than coaches
should decide whether the
player can remain on the
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