Angry Poch claimed there were “different agendas in the squad” following the defeat on penalties to League Two opposition.That includes the fact Christian Eriksen, Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen are all out of contract at the end of this campaign.The club were also willing to listen to offers for Danny Rose, Victor Wanyama and Serge Aurier over the summer.2 Tottenham have failed to agree a deal with Christian EriksenCredit: EPASpurs boss Mauricio Pochettino says he is to blame and not keeper Loris Karius for his performance against Liverpool WORRIED Tottenham chiefs fear rivals will benefit if they pull the plug on their manager Mauricio Pochettino.Spurs chairman Daniel Levy wants to give Poch time to turn around a dismal start to the campaign.2 Daniel Levy wants to give Poch time to turn their bad patch of form aroundCredit: Getty Images – GettyThe Argie coach would get the four years left on his contract paid up if he is axed.And more importantly, he would also walk into his next job without compensation going to the club he started rebuilding five seasons ago.Real Madrid and Manchester United are long-term admirers of the 47-year-old coach and both have managers under scrutiny.Zinedine Zidane has struggled with poor results this season after returning to the Spanish giants.While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing a huge battle to get United into the top four of the Premier League.Pochettino’s stock is still high at Europe’s top clubs after his work at Spurs since getting appointed in 2014 from Southampton.But Tuesday’s shock Carabao Cup exit at the hands of minnows Colchester underlined the problems at the club since reaching the Champions League final last season.
An innovative new housing project Rann Mor Meadow, located on the outskirts of Letterkenny could save homeowners thousands on their energy and heating costs every year.The newly built ‘A’ rated energy efficient homes are the first of its kind in Letterkenny.Local firm GDC Ireland (Limited) raised the bar with these homes, which are specifically designed to save energy and to increase comfort levels in the process. Since the recession, its evident how the the continuing rise in heating costs in homes is having a detrimental effect ‘financially’ on many families.With policies now being implemented to promote a greener environment, and with people more aware of the risks over greenhouse pollutions, it was perhaps inevitable new ground would be broken in relation to the specification of saving energy in new homes.GDC Ireland (Limited) took the opportunity and showed tremendous fortitude and vision to realise this fantastic new development at Rann Mor Meadow.Daniel told Donegal Daily, “With our society becoming more aware of a greener environment, it became obvious to us that it would be a natural progression for newly built homes to have energy saving specifications. “At GDC we pride on ourselves on the fact that we’re always looking to break new ground.“We’re not afraid to show innovation, and we saw these new homes as a natural progression in the specification of new homes.“We’re absolutely delighted with our ‘A’ rated energy efficient homes, and the reaction they’re receiving from the general public.Daniel revealed that they’ve estimated that it costs the new homes on average less than a €1 a day to heat the house.“We’ve had energy assessment consumption carried out on the new houses, and we estimate that on average it’ll cost new homeowners less than €1 a day to heat their homes. “It’s an incredible saving, and in this economic climate, those energy saving costs are not to be scoffed at.Daniel added that the homes are specifically designed to ensure a constant temperature throughout the house at all times – that also increases the comfort level.It’s completely unlike the normal specification homes.“Unlike the normal system, where you have the house piping hot after a few hours when the heating is on, and then once it’s off for a few hours the house is cold again, these homes retain the heat. “They’re specifically designed to retain the heat, and in doing so save energy and costs and to retain a more constant temperature which is much more comfortable.“It’s not often you’ve to spend less to be more comfortable but that’s the way this works.“They’re homes of the future, it’s the way the industry is going and energy efficient homes is the only way forward.“We’re delighted that we showed innovation in creating the homes, and we’re delighted with the end product.GDC Ireland (Limited) has earned a stellar reputation over the years for its excellence in designing and building new homes, and breaking new ground in the industry.The latest creation in the form of Rann Mor Meadow, has received plaudits not just locally but from all over Ireland.For further information contact: GDC (IRL) LTD Property Developers on 074 93 84700, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.gdcirl.com or http://www.gdcirl.com Sherry Fitzgerald 0n 074 9122211, email: email@example.com or visit www.sfr.ie or visit http://www.sfr.ie‘A’ RATED ENERGY EFFICIENT HOMES COULD SAVE HOMEOWNERS THOUSANDS ON THEIR HEATING COSTS was last modified: October 17th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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:BusinessCostsEnergyEstateFeaturesnewsRann Mor MeadowSaving