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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, April 13, 2015
66TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Notice is hereby given that the 66th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of
the Palo Seco Credit Union Co-operative Society Limited will be held on
WEDNESDAY 15th APRIL, 2015 at the PALO SECO CREDIT UNION'S
AUDITORIUM, 856-858 Siparia Erin Road, Los Bajos from 4:30p.m.
1. Reading and confirmation of minutes of 65th Annual General
2. Matters arising from the minutes
3. Consideration & Acceptance of Reports
a. Board of Directors Report
b. Credit Committee Report
c. Supervisory Report
d. Education Report
e. Treasurer's Report
4. Reading and consideration of the Resolutions
6. General Business
Registration begins at 3:00p.m.
Board of Directors
Members are advised that the AGM brochure can be collected at the
Credit Union's Office from 8th April, 2015.
2015 March, 26th
MANCHESTER---Manchester City s
sharp decline was magnified in a heavy
loss to Manchester United yesterday,
dropping the defending champions 12
points behind Chelsea after the leaders
latest scrappy win inched them closer
to the title.
The red half of Manchester finally
had reason to celebrate on derby day,
with a 4-2 win ending a run of four
straight losses to City. Third-place United
moved four points clear of its stumbling
"(The fans) can go on the streets with
their hats up and say, This year, we are
the better team, " United manager Louis
van Gaal said.
City s derby dominance ended on the
same day its hold on the Premier League
trophy was further loosened by Chelsea s
1-0 win at Queens Park Rangers. Cesc
Fabregas late winner maintained
Chelsea s seven-point lead with seven
Van Gaal s dream turned into reality
as United enjoyed a superb derby win
at Old Trafford.
Sergio Aguero s early opener was
cancelled out by Ashley Young s close-
range effort and United went in ahead
at half-time after Marouane Fellaini s
Juan Mata added a third after the
restart and Chris Smalling also found
the net before Aguero pulled one back
late on to make it 4-2.
Van Gaal said before the match that
he and his players had been "dreaming"
of beating their arch rivals for the first
time since December 2012.
But this was a victory and perform-
ance that was surely beyond the United
manager s wildest expectations.
Once United had levelled the scores,
they out-performed the Barclays Premier
League champions in every department.
Mata rattled City with his creativity
and vision, Michael Carrick ensured the
hosts played at a high tempo at the base
of midfield and Ander Herrera had pos-
sibly his best game in United red.
But the best players on a pitch full of
mega stars were Young and Fellaini. Van
Gaal played down his role in United s
revival before kick-off, but the Dutchman
deserves huge credit for the way he has
turned these misfits into two of the most
deadly players in the top flight on current
Pablo Zabaleta, one of the league s
most experienced and consistent per-
formers, could not handle Young s pace
all afternoon and Fellaini just bullied
every player he saw in blue.
The result means United remain third
in the table, four points ahead of City.
The Red Devils are just one point behind
Arsenal and eight shy of table-toppers
The biggest repercussions are likely
to be felt across town. City boss Manuel
Pellegrini was taunted with chants of
"sacked in the morning" towards the
end of the match, which brought to an
end a run of four successive derby wins
for the Blues.
Both teams went at each other from
the first whistle on a typically wet and
windy Mancunian afternoon.
When the opening goal came in the
eighth, City made it look easy. James
Milner drifted in from the left flank,
slipped the ball in to David Silva and he
squared to the unmarked Aguero, who
tapped in from close range.
The goal woke United from their
slumber. They threw everything at their
opponents and six minutes later they
De Gea, under pressure from Aguero
after a short backpass from Phil Jones,
booted the ball to the left wing where
Herrera whipped the ball into Young.
Gael Clichy blocked Young s first
attempt, but the winger swept the ball
in at the second attempt.
Herrera buzzed around the pitch,
causing City no end of problems, Fellaini
was over-powering Toure in the middle
and Mata sprayed a series of deft passes
around the park.
The former Chelsea midfielder started
off the move that led to United s second.
Mata fired a 40-yard ball across the field
to Young, who backheeled the ball to
Daley Blind. He returned the ball to the
former Aston Villa player, who whipped
in a ball to the back post where Fellaini
headed past Joe Hart after out-jumping
United continued to pile on the pres-
sure before half-time, but they did not
have it all their own way.
Aguero broke through just before half
time, but Antonio Valencia sprinted
across the pitch to tackle the Argentinian
while Silva was unmarked in the box.
Kompany joined Silva in the book for
wiping out Blind.
The City captain did not emerge after
the restart. He was replaced by Eliaquim
The match continued at the same
breakneck speed after the break. Hart
denied Rooney his 12th Manchester
derby goal with a diving save from his
free-kick and Carrick s rebound was
City were all over the place at the
back and it was only a matter of time
before United scored their third.
It came when Mata slipped in behind
the City defence after a through-ball
from Rooney and he slipped the ball
under Hart. Smalling then put the vic-
tory beyond any doubt when he nodded
in Young s cross from a free-kick.
There was just enough time for
Aguero to pull one back, but there were
no celebrations from the visitors. They
knew that they had already been soundly
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini, bottom right, celebrates with teammates including captain Wayne
Rooney, top, after scoring during the English Premier League soccer match between Manchester United and
Manchester City at Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester, England, yesterday. AP PHOTO
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