He has considered that rumors and information about the player’s progress they will not affect the equipment, since they have been taking place for “month and peak” and have not influenced the performance of the equipment or the ram. The coach of the Royal Society, Imanol Alguacil, has Brazilian forward Willian José until “at least” the end of the season and has been referred to the 70 million clause of the player as the only possibility of leaving the club.“If they put the 70 there would be nothing to say”, has stated in the allusion to the termination clause of Willian José, an affirmation with which he has settled, at a press conference in Zubieta, speculation about a possible negotiation of the Royal Society with Barcelona for the transfer of the player , once the Catalans they can sign for the long-term withdrawal of Ousmane Dembéle. After saying, annoyingly, that the “subject of Willian José” and “leftover”, and more than a day after a Cup semifinal, Alguacil has said that he has the Brazilian striker finish the season at Real Sociedad.“He is with us and wants to continue being with us, I don’t know until when, but I understand that until the end of the season he will continue to be with us, “he has abounded.
The Business Travel Association has appointed Clive Wratten as its new chief executive.Wratten takes over the leadership of the association and brings with him over 20 years’ experience in the aviation and business travel sector, replacing Adrian Parkes who is retiring.Wratten joins from Amber Road where he has been chief executive officer since 2015. At the travel management company, he was hired to execute a new business strategy and led its rebrand from CTI in late 2018. Prior to joining Amber Road Wratten held the role of UK general manager at Etihad Airways for eight years, bolstering his aviation experience which included roles with Qantas, Gulf Air and British Airways.ADVERTISEMENTAs the chief executive of the Business Travel Association, Wratten is charged with implementing the association’s new, broadened scope of work, as well as continuing to boost member and industry partner numbers and establish new partnerships with cross sector associations, in order to further drive the association’s commitment to the business travel sector.Suzanne Horner, chair of the Business Travel Association, commented: “I’ve known Clive for many years and his commitment to the Business Travel Association as a member of the executive committee makes him the ideal person for the job. “While we are sad to see Adrian go, we are certain Clive will execute the association’s vision superbly and pick up where Adrian’s great work left off.”Representing a diverse range of travel management companies – from global companies to small independent specialists and top regional agencies – and their clients, partners and industry associates, Business Travel Association is the authority on business travel. Originally founded in 1967, it acts to lobby those who have an impact on the business travel community, together with promoting the activities of its members as the best in quality and value to the business traveller. OlderJet2.com introduces new gluten-free and vegan options to passengers NewerNobu Hotel Barcelona prepares for September opening with Dubey appointment