Consultant reorganises

first_imgUTRECHT-based engineering consultancy Holland Railconsult has announced a restructuring programme, as part of a plan to offer a range of services across the whole of Europe by 2007.Parent company Holland Railconsult Holding is now headed by Wim Jol and Gerrit Disberg, who is also President of the firm’s domestic arm, Holland Railconsult BV, where Klaas Strijbis is Commercial Director. Work outside the Netherlands will be handled by Holland Railconsult International BV, which is headed by Jol and Rob Brugts. The organisation’s international projects will be carried out under the Movares brand, which incorporates Movares Deutchsland GmbH and Movares Polska Sp zoo. nlast_img

Speculation over Terry and Luiz as Blues are tipped to sign defender

first_imgThere is speculation over the futures of John Terry and David Luiz, with Chelsea being tipped to complete the signing of St Etienne centre-back Kurt Zouma.The Evening Standard reports that Chelsea have agreed a £12.4m fee for Zouma and hope to conclude a deal this week.He has been touted as a possible long-term replacement for Terry, whose contract expires at the end of the season, while Luiz continues to be linked with Barcelona and Bayern Munich.AdChoices广告Meanwhile, Bobby Zamora is being linked with Crystal Palace and West Brom ahead of Friday’s transfer deadline.Zamora had been made available.QPR have made the 33-year-old striker available and will happily let him go if a club comes in for him.Zamora’s contract at Loftus Road expires in the summer and he is not part of boss Harry Redknapp’s plans.A number of Championship clubs have been made aware of his availability, but top-flight sides Albion and Palace are being touted as possible destinations.Related West London Sport story: QPR looking to offload striker ZamoraMeanwhile, Redknapp has suggested to Talksport that Rangers have missed out on the signing of Auxerre forward Paul-Georges Ntep.Redknapp said: “We thought we had a couple and then they went elsewhere.“We wanted to take a lad from Auxerre, a left winger who I thought was fantastic, and at the last minute he decided to stay in France. I think he is going to Rennes.”But Redknapp confirmed he is still hoping to sign Ishak Belfodil on loan from Inter Milan despite Italian media reports that a potential deal collapsed.Related West London Sport story: QPR in ongoing talks over Inter’s BelfodilFor more transfer speculation, see this morning’s Paper Talk.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Teams wary of Everton’s formidable home form, says Koeman

first_imgEverton’s stellar home form this season intimidates their opponents, manager Ronald Koeman has said ahead of Sunday’s Premier League game against leaders Chelsea.Everton, who are seventh in the league, won their last seven home league games and have just one loss in 17 league fixtures at Goodison Park this season, collecting 40 out of 51 available points at home.Only Chelsea and second-placed Tottenham Hotspur have a better home league record this season.“You want your home form to be good, to be intimidating and for the whole experience for opposition teams to be intimidating,” Koeman told British media.“We have good momentum at home right now, the team is confident, we are playing aggressively with a good press, good tempo and good quality.“Opposition teams have more doubts these days when they come to Goodison, and that’s a good thing.”last_img read more

NEW ORLEANS SWING WITH DJANGO à la CRÉOLE IN LETTERKENNY

first_imgRenowned clarinettist Evan Christopher leads Django à la Créole in aninspiring fusion of Gypsy swing with hot rhythms from the streets ofNew Orleans, the Caribbean, Cuba and Brazil at an intimate gig atLetterkenny’s Regional Culture Centre on Wednesday night.Don’t miss it.This quartet has already played sell-put gigs across the Uk andIreland as part of its 2012 tour.Steeped in the tradition of early jazz masters, Django à la Créolecelebrates the music of the legendary Django Reinhardt and enlivensswing-era classics with fresh interpretations and virtuosicimprovisation. Describing the style,  Evan Christopher said recently “…plays aDjango Reinhardt tune and adds New Orleans flavours or takes a NewOrleans tune and Django-ises it”.As well as Christopher, Django à la Créole is acclaimed musiciansrhythm guitarist Dave Kelbie, David Blenkhorn, solo guitar and bassistSebastien GirardotTheir first CD, Django à la Créole was released to critical acclaim inNew Orleans during the 25th anniversary of the famous French QuarterFestival and the quartet’s second album  ‘Finesse’ was the 2010 SundayTimes jazz album of the year.Django à la Créole: Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny, Wednesday17th  October 8pm. Tickets 12/10 euro. Booking:07491 20777 NEW ORLEANS SWING WITH DJANGO à la CRÉOLE IN LETTERKENNY was last modified: October 15th, 2012 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:NEW ORLEANS SWING WITH DJANGO à la CRÉOLE IN ETTERKENNYlast_img read more