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Mourinho to add one more signing

first_imgUnited have been linked with moves for Leicester’s Harry Maguire, Tottenham’s Toby Alderweireld, Chelsea’s Willian and Inter Milan’s Ivan Perisic.Asked if he will be able to add two new faces to his squad, Mourinho told beIN SPORTS: “No. I’m confident I’ll get one. I think two is not what I will get.“I think in every pre-season it happens basically the same with probably every club, which the manager wants more. It is our nature and our way to always want more for your team.“But club decisions are different. Normally you don’t get what you want which basically happened throughout my career. If I sign one player before the window closes, that’s fine.”The Red Devils have struggled to find their rhythm in their pre-season friendlies thus far, with many of their star players still on holiday. They will face Real Madrid in Miami on Wednesday. Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho. Photo/TEAMTALK MEDIALONDON, United Kingdom, July 31 – Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that he only expects to sign one of his remaining transfer targets before the new season commences. 0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000 Mourinho is still eyeing at least two more signings but has admitted that he will only be allowed to bring in one more player to join fellow new arrivals Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant.last_img read more

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Chicano studies department rejected

first_imgSYLMAR – Mission College’s Faculty Senate on Thursday rejected a controversial proposal to spin off the Chicano studies discipline into its own department. After a half-hour debate, the board voted 10-1 against the proposal, with nine members abstaining. English professor Ruthie Grant said the proposal didn’t even meet the criteria for creating a department. “This is the only way it could have gone,” Grant said after the vote. “People want exceptions and then they get upset because they don’t meet the criteria. All we’re trying to do is set some standards.” But Mission counselor Jose Luis Ramirez, who supported creating the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies, said the proposal will likely be revised and resubmitted. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE11 theater productions to see in Southern California this week, Dec. 27-Jan. 2“This program, like many other programs, can continue to grow,” Ramirez said. The proposal was submitted by Chicano studies professors John J. Morales, the former chair of the social sciences department, and Jose A. Maldonado. They said separating the discipline from social sciences would allow it to grow and attract and retain more of the campus’ 7,300 students, 70 percent of whom are Latino. Morales didn’t attend the meeting, but Maldonado, who is on stress-related leave, implored the faculty to approve the new department. Chicano studies is a discipline, not a department, at most community colleges. East Los Angeles College, which has 21,000 students, may be the only community college in the country to have it as an independent department. Newly elected student body president Jesse Martinez, 24, of San Fernando said the college should focus on offering more courses that will allow students to transfer to four-year universities. Mission has 21 sections of Chicano studies, but not a single physics class that is transferable to the University of California, he said. Mission President Jose A. Leyba, who didn’t attend the meeting, said there were hopeful signs in simply getting the faculty to discuss the proposal. Leyba has ordered mandatory mediation sessions, which began last week, to help ease tensions between the Chicano studies professors and other faculty. “There’s nothing wrong with saying, `I can’t vote for the proposal in this format, but if you make these changes, I can support it,”‘ Leyba said. “That’s exactly the kind of civility that happens on college campuses, and somehow we lost sight of that (before the mediation.) “This demonstrates that the college can heal. It may be a small step, but it is a step forward.” lisa.sodders@dailynews.com (818) 713-3663160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img
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