Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : September 25th 2015 Contents that you can say."
Celta will hope to capitalise on its
winning momentum, but it travels 700
kilometres (435 miles) east to Basque
club Eibar, which conceded a goal in the
last minute of injury time to give Levante
a 1-1 draw in the last round.
yet to lose
a match and
also has 13
points to sit
and Celta, but it will
have a tough match when it
hosts Atletico Madrid on Saturday.
Atletico has one point less, having
lost 2-1 to Barcelona in round three,
but coach Diego Simeone will be eager
to unleash in-form forward Antoine
Griezmann, who scored both goals in
his team s 2-0 win against Getafe.
One of the surprises this season is
how Unai Emery s Sevilla has been
unable to rise above the relegation zone.
After its fifth consecutive loss on
Wednesday, Canary Island-born mid-
fielder Victor "Vitolo" Machin said his
team has repeatedly said it needed to
win its next match.
"Now we really need to make that
happen," he said. It hosts Madrid side
Rayo Vallecano, which is coming off a
2-1 win over Sporting Gijon.
Friday, September 25, 2015 www.guardian.co.tt Guardian
Legal Notice No. 123
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
The Land Acquisition Act, Chap. 58:01
Made by the President Under Section 4(1) of the
Land Acquisition Act
THE LAND ACQUISITION (POSSESSION OF LAND PRIOR TO
FORMAL VESTING IN THE STATE) (NO. 33) ORDER, 2015
1. This Order may be cited as the Land Acquisition Land Prior to
(Possession of Formal Vesting in the State) (No. 33) Order, 2015.
2. The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and
Infrastructure is authorised to take possession of the parcel of
land comprising land 327.0 square metres, more or less, situate
at Bridge B1/22, Toco Main Road, in the Ward of Toco, in the
County of St. David and said to belong now or formerly to the
estate of the Incorporated Trustees of St. Joseph Convent and
described in the Notification in the Trinidad and Tobago Gazette,
Legal Supplement Part B, Volume 53, No. 98, dated 24th July,
2014, published in Legal Notice No. 250 of, 2014, before the for-
mal vesting of the land in the State, and to apply it to the purpose
for which it is intended to be put on acquisition.
3. Further particulars of the location and description of the land
may be obtained from the Office of the Director of Surveys,118,
Frederick Street, Port-of-Spain.
Dated this 23rd day of June, 2015.
Secretary to Cabinet
MADRID---After its first loss of
the Spanish league season,
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique is
focusing on two areas in clear need
of improvement---a surprising lack
of scoring power and a defence
that s leaking goals.
The club s 4-1 defeat against
Celta Vigo on Wednesday was its
worst in the league since losing by
the same score at Real Madrid in
May 2008 when Frank Rijkaard was
However, Barcelona had already
received a warning this season when
it fell 4-0 at Athletic Bilbao in the
first leg of the Spanish Super Cup,
which it lost 5-1 on aggregate.
Now, Barcelona hosts promoted
Las Palmas---which won its first
match against a struggling Sevil-
la---and will hope its attacking trio
of Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis
Suarez find their rhythm---and the
"Our problem is that in the first
games of this season we have been
struggling to turn chances into
goals," Luis Enrique said.
Real Madrid heads into round six
aiming to maintain its spot as league
leader when it hosts Malaga, while
Celta Vigo is level on points at the
top before traveling to seventh-
place Eibar. Here are some things
to look out for in this weekend s
Unlike Barcelona, Madrid isn t
having any problems at all finding
the net, with Cristiano Ronaldo and
Karim Benzema having scored five
league goals each.
After Madrid s 2-1 win at Ath-
letic, where Benzema scored both
goals, coach Rafa Benitez called the
France striker a "very great" play-
"He s a different kind of striker,
not confined to the area," Benitez
said. "He moves around a lot, pos-
sesses quality and has a very good
understanding with Cristiano
Ronaldo," he said. "I ve asked him
to score 25 goals this season."
What is more surprising is that
Celta s 28-year-old Manuel "Nolito"
Agudo has been averaging a goal a
game to equal Madrid s expensive
Luis Enrique had no problem
acknowledging how well Celta
played, and even warned his squad
they might get run over by a team
playing at "200 km per hour."
The Barcelona coach knew what
the players from the rainswept
northwest of Spain were capable
as he was in charge there in his
"We tried to create problems,
but suffered a lot in one-on-one
situations," Luis Enrique said.
"When a team has played better
than you, there is nothing much
Hurting Barcelona hosts Las Palmas
Barcelona's coach Luis Enrique
gestures during a Spanish La Liga
soccer match between RC Celta and FC
Barcelona, at the Balaídos stadium in
Vigo, Spain, on Wednesday. AP PHOTO
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