Barça, closer to signing: Dembélé will be about 6 months off after its operation

first_imgOusmane Dembélé, in a match with Barcelona. Image: Reuters Dembélé has been operated in Finland for his tendon rupture in the femoral bicepsBeing a long-term casualty, LaLiga could approve Barça fiche The FC Barcelona player Ousmane Dembélé has been operated this Tuesday in Finland for his tendon rupture in the biceps femoris and will be approximately 6 months off, so the rest of the season is lost.center_img “The player of the first team Ousmane Dembélé has been successfully intervened in Turku (Finland) by Dr. Lasse Lempainen of the fracture of the proximal tendon of the biceps femoris of the right thigh. The approximate withdrawal time is 6 months,” said the club.Dembélé previously injured his biceps femoris in November 2019 and, when he was close to being discharged, noticed some discomfort that led to a new injury, the current one, which he had to go through the operating room.The French end was expected to be the winter reinforcement that has not arrived in the offensive zone of the team, ‘touched’ already down by April until Luis Suarez, as confirmed by his coach, Quique Setién.However, being a long-term leave, LaLiga could approve, according to what its medical commission says, so that Barça incorporates a player who replaces Dembélé in LaLiga Santander.The Frenchman, who accumulates several muscle injuries this season, three of them in the thigh, has played only nine games so far this season, five in LaLiga and four in the Champions League, with a goal in the domestic championship, and You will not be able to play until the next campaign.last_img read more


first_imgOne of the elderly residents on Dr McCloskey Crescent in Glenties who were locked into their homes.Irish Water has agreed NOT to install water meters outside the homes of residents in Glenties who oppose their installation.It follows a major stand-off between the company and locals in the town this week after the homes of elderly residents were blocked by Irish Water engineers.Now, following a meeting between the company and locals, Irish Water has agreed to approach individual residents. Irish Water has agreed not to install water meters in Glenties where individual residents do not want them.o approach individual homeowners on the issue.If a resident does not want a water meter, then Irish Water has agreed not to install one.Speaking following the agreement community representative Brian Carr said the move makes common sense.“After meeting with a representative of Irish Water on site here in Glenties this morning, a major breakthrough has been reached. Irish Water have agreed to contact any home who has a poster stating they do not want a watermeter installed. If that homeowner states they do not give permission, Irish Water will not install a meter for their premises.”“At all times this is what we wanted, it is unfortunate that this agreement could not have been made earlier this week as the turmoil and fear that have been created was totally unnecessary.” “Notice of works commencing was not given to the people of Glenties and on Monday morning Irish Water contractors moved into a small estate in Glenties. These houses are predominantly occupied by elderly residents, these residents were blocked in their homes and were feared.“The attitude of the Irish Water representives towards residents has created much of the ill feeling.“We are hoping that real lessons have been learned by Irish Water, all people are wanting is to be treated with respect and their human rights upheld.“The support and solidarity of the community have achieved this agreement. We will continue to support all our neighbours whether they want a metre installed or not.”He added that Right2Water Donegal will be meeting with representatives in the community over the weekend to inform people of their rights. IRISH WATER IN CLIMBDOWN WITH GLENTIES RESIDENTS OVER WATER METERS was last modified: May 1st, 2015 by StephenShare 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)last_img read more