Cavani doesn’t play in the PSG, and if he were here, could he fit well?I do not talk about players who are not on our squad. Levante is dangerous, he competed well and we will have to take the game where we believe we can hurt him.Atletico has won three consecutive games …We need the support of the people, the stadium full, there is an interesting preview for all fans, and we will seek to continue along the lines that we have been working on in recent games.What is failure for you?I already explained it once. It is what he believes one can achieve and does not achieve.What balance does what the team has done so far?It is difficult to take a general balance, but in this beginning I think there are new people, with the illusion of learning, who need time to grow and hope that the results, which are those that strengthen ideas, will accompany us so that in this transition we have commented The team grows.What can the team get?We think of the game by game, which is what we have done since we arrived.Is there enough goal in the squad with everything coming from now on?Let’s hope so. Are you worried about the transfer market?We are concerned with what always happens in January, the possibility that players can leave and can arrive. We talk to the club about the situation we have. When they happen, if they happen, we will find out.Is Lemar a dispensable player or not?The facts speak for themselves. With Lemar we have behaved in consequence of what we believe, it is true that he could not develop all the football he owns. It has characteristics that do not have players on the team, now when you return from your injury I hope you have an important moment. Now, if you can stay or not, we know that the representatives work brilliantly and the clubs go with the needs of the clubs. But as a footballer, every time he was available he has played more than he has not played. His characteristics have always excited me, he has not been able to respond accordingly to the expectations, but the expectations are. Diego Pablo Simeone appeared in the press room to analyze the news of the Atlético de Madrid in the previous game of LaLiga Santander that this Saturday will measure the rojiblanco team against the I raised at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium (6:30 pm).A new signing period opens. What worries you: possible departures or arrivals?I worry about what happens to Levante. From the game we play, the club knows what we have been talking about and will work as a result of what is best for the club and the team.
Nick was charged when he used the FaceTime and iMessage appsA DONEGAL student has called on customers of O2/Three to demand refunds after discovering he was being charged for making ‘free’ calls on his iPhone using FaceTime.Nick O’Brien, a law student at Letterkenny IT, told Donegal Daily he was ‘delighted’ with a ruling at the District Court in Letterkenny yesterday when he won his case. He also won two other cases against O2 – now owned by Three – after the sold him a second hand phone through their website claiming it was new and they deducted €25 from his pay-as-you-go account when he went abroad…even though he didn’t use the phone.Mr O’Brien says hundreds of other O2 customers who were also wrongly charged should take legal action to get their money back “as a matter of principle”.A company customer care manager told the District Court that anyone using an iPhone and using FaceTime or iMessage for the first time – even if it is using wifi – could be charged 25c.It appears on bills as a text to a UK mobile number as the Apple server is in the UK.However in Mr O’Brien’s case he was charged up to 90 times last year for making calls or sending iMessages which Apple say should be free.Yesterday Judge Paul Kelly said O’Brien and O2/Three should have settled the case out of court.Mr O’Brien says he turned down a €800 out of court offer yesterday so he could highlight the issue in court and help other consumers.Judge Kelly agreed with his case and awarded Mr O’Brien a total of €422.49 in damages and a further €250 towards his costs.The student was given €67.50 in compensation for the recurring 25c charges for using FaceTime and iMessage.He was also awarded €79.99 for being flogged a pre-used mobile phone which had been sold to him as new but had been used on a network in the UK three months earlier.He was also given back €25 deducted from his credit when O2 said he had changed his plan – when he said he hadn’t.He was given €250 in general damages for the inconvenience of having to change mobile networks after he left O2.Mr O’Brien said afterwards: “I am delighted with the outcome; this was never about the money, it was about O2 and their shoddy practices and their general attitude towards me over the past nine months.“I know the judge, rightly, said this could have been settled out of court and I would have been better off if I had done so, but this was not about that – this was about highlighting charges people should not have been given. I would urge customers to closely check their bills.“The joke of course is that if you register for FaceTime on an iPod, iPad or a iPhone without a sim card you don’t get charged at all.“Neither Apple nor O2 – now trading as Three – have ever explained this.”DONEGAL STUDENT WINS CASE AGAINST MOBILE PHONE COMPANY WHO CHARGED HIM FOR USING FACETIME was last modified: April 3rd, 2015 by John2Share 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:chargedcourt caseFaceTimeIPHONENick O’Brienvictory