So it is now that César and his team, whose right hand is Miguel Ángel Corona, have (forcibly) found a gap to filter their reports and begin to determine the profile of possible reinforcements, a task that at this point has more advanced other clubs whose sports leaders have been working since last summer. Valencia, all told, had a high volume of work in their files (Longoria left all his reports made for the club). But now the profiles must be specified to César’s criteria. Valencia has its Sports City closed. The club had taken measures to avoid Covid-19 infections, but it still could not prevent Gayà, Mangala, Garay, the delegate and a doctor from being infected (and is awaiting the result of more tests, where it is almost certain there will be more positives). Now an exhaustive disinfection will be carried out in the Paterna facilities, where the headquarters of the technical secretary of César Sánchez is located, who has sent his assistants home, but with duties. César coordinates a technical secretariat made up of 13 people Soccer has been paralyzed but not the work of the 13 scouting coordinated by César Sánchez. The technical secretariat will take advantage of the crisis to update its reports. It should be borne in mind that the previous sports management (Mateu Alemany and Pablo Longoria) was abandoned in October and César did not land until January 20. His end of the market was frantic, with the arrival of Florenzi and the possible transfer of Rodrigo. Later, on February 1, Garay was injured. Celades asked for a central defender and the club accepted him, but at no cost. So they had to start looking after a deadline for a central that, by the regulations, would not be in the plans (reports) of Valencia in another market situation. The 13 scouting work with the same tool, one application in which they have videos of matches and footballers from different countries and in which, in turn, they write the relevant reports. César, who divides the work by competitions and demarcations, has access to all the reports and is doing screens. In Valencia, pending the renewal of Ferran, only Garay (who was promised to expand), Florenzi and Costa ended their contract in June.
Independent MEP Marian Harkin has said that ADHD is “one of the most neglected of all mental health disorders, and it is high time Irish society took the diagnosis and treatment of it as seriously as it deserves”.Having co-hosted earlier this week a high-level Brussels meeting on ADHD, Harkin noted that “it is clear that we must do more to raise awareness of the condition and its societal, economic and personal impact”.“The Expert White Paper on ADHD launched in Brussels this week makes a clear case for increasing diagnosis rates, particularly in younger children. Evidence suggests that early diagnosis of ADHD can have a radically stronger positive impact on the individual. “To achieve this goal, some joined-up thinking is urgently required. This means standardised tools – including appropriate training – across the board in mental health service providers.“It also means targeted awareness campaigns in schools, so that parents and teachers have the knowledge to identify potential ADHD sufferers among the very young.“Early intervention is money well spent because of the personal and economic savings down the line,” the Ireland North & West MEP concluded. HEALTH: ADHD ‘MOST NEGLECTED MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS’ – MEP was last modified: April 26th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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:HEALTH: ADHD ‘MOST NEGLECTED MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS’ – MEP