Senegalese striker Sadio Mané, of Liverpool, suffers a small muscle tear, but may be in the Champions League duel against Atlético de Madrid, in the round of 16. The game will be lost to West Ham United and probably not against Southampton, as confirmed by Jürgen Klopp, coach of the ‘Reds’. “After that, it should be fine. He has a small muscle tear serious enough. We’ve been lucky,” the German explained.If there are no setbacks, Mané would be ready for the first leg of the round of 16 of the Champions League that Liverpool and Atlético de Madrid will play in the Wanda Metropolitano on February 18. Mané was injured in the match against Wolverhampton Wanderers, being replaced in the first part of it.
RICHLAND — Nearly 300 workers will receive layoff notices at Hanford this week.The Tri-City Herald reports the layoff notices are being handed out to 157 workers at CH2M Hill Plateau Remediation Co., close to 120 employees of Bechtel National and its subcontractor URS, and 11 Mission Support Alliance employees.The layoffs were expected.In addition, Washington Closure Hanford is continuing its gradual ram- down of employment toward the end of its contract in 2015. It laid off fewer employees than expected in the fiscal year that ends Sept. 30, but plans to cut 385 positions in fiscal 2013.CH2M Hill’s layoffs were the second phase of a two-part layoff that started with layoffs in June and now totals 218 job cuts.