Learn to shoot with the outside: “I started with Éder Aleixo and then look at my teachers. With Éder it was every day. He was a substitute for Branco and I stayed with him after training.”More special motivational talk: “The one of Scolari in the World Cup final with many images of the family and few from Germany. I will not forget the image of seeing the family. Del Bosque and Camacho were very good for the talks, they made them short. Luxembourg explained the movements well “Tactically: “Luxembourg was the best. He worked very elegantly.”Coach in Turkey: “The first coach has to be a psychologist. He knows what the player thinks. There are great coaches who teach you systems, the set piece. At the time of Capelo he put Hierro, Raúl, Figo, Karembeu and me and we understood each other. When I was a coach, I put what I learned into practice and made the game easier. “Difficulty training: “It was hard for me to work with normal people. I have played with great phenomena. In Turkey, if you know that you are not better than the others, you prepare the physical and tactical part and the motivation is the same as that of a large team.”Positioning: “They understood that we had to enter the Europa League and I put all 20 players to play so that everyone was happy. They were friends. I managed to make them understand my idea of football and have fun.”Owen: “It was a phenomenon. I remember a Classic that entered the second part. I want to ask you if you miss Madrid”Owen at Liverpool: “For us they were idols. When he came to play it was a joy”.2002 World Cup against England: “It was controlled because we knew how they played, but Belgium did not. They were very strong defensively. In that match, the motivation and quality of Brazil matched.”Failure lose against Belgium: “People in Brazil do not accept losing. Being second is being last. It is as if you have lost the entire competition”Selector: “I am happy in Madrid and I was invited to accompany the National Team as head of delegation.”Manager in Madrid: “I see all the training sessions, I travel with the team. I needed this atmosphere and I am also on Real Madrid television at the foot of the field.”Lifetime: “A little luck, work, persistence, home schooling. I left home when I was 13 years old and all my life until I was 35 I have played football. Today I am working at Real Madrid as a reward.” Roberto Carlos He reviewed his career as a footballer, his time as a coach, the future of Neymar and his work at Real Madrid in an interview broadcast on the Instagram account of the FIFA.Strongest striker: “Eto’o, Joaquín … But the most difficult has been Figo. He was very heavy. He is the most difficult. He was an excellent player.”Most special goal: “The goal in the Clásico was the most special but the one that most marked my career was against France. Sometimes they ask me about this goal, the ball weighed little, the player gave it to me and I shot on goal.”Classic: “Playing a Classic and if you score a goal it is very big”.Neymar: “Neymar is fine, happy, respecting, scoring goals, being humble at PSG, which is what I want to see and in the future at the World Cup, he may be the best player in the world.”Neymar Growth: “Neymar is a genius and there are people who take care of his life. From 13 to 27 I was very controlled. The structure of Real Madrid makes it easy for you to play only soccer. You have to be very focused and play soccer.”Influence with Marcelo: “There are more tips. Marcelo is a leader, he is captain of the largest club in the world. When he arrived at 17 years old, he spoke with him. He has made his beautiful story for him, not for me. He is a phenomenon.”Comparison: “Marcelo can play as a winger, midfielder and winger. I could only play in a band. Today there are not many players of my style. Marcelo, Filipe Luis, Lodi … There are many left wingers with his style.”Anecdote with a young player: “I have always been giving advice to the youngest. Now they are ready.”Play extreme at Inter: “He put me to play at the end. The problem is that in the first seven games I scored seven goals. They even put me as a striker in Italy in 1995 and that was when I suffered a lot. I spoke with Moratti to tell him that I couldn’t continue playing forward because in three months I had the Copa América and that day there was a meeting with Lorenzo Sanz and in ten minutes I broke away and came to Madrid. At that time things were done quickly “Change on the side: “The Spanish press said it was very offensive. Cafú and I have always been very offensive. Scolari changed the system.”
Local civil society group, the Policy Forum Guyana (PFG), is calling for more robust laws to govern mining operations, particularly in hinterland communities, following a recent incident involving a ‘dragga’ which resulted in one man being injured and several other occupants of a boat traumatised.The incident occurred on Monday on the Upper Mazaruni River, Region Seven (Cuyuni-Mazaruni), as a group of villagers from Jawalla were travelling in a boat on a six-hour journey to the famous Karowrieng rock paintings to celebrate the culmination of Heritage Month.The journey commenced in the wee hours of the day and while it was still dark, the boat approached a Brazillian ‘dragga’, which is said to be a more powerful operation than the traditional dredge. Without any warning, the steel cable anchoring the dragga to trees across the river – an illegal practice – was suddenly lifted out of the water and flung by one of the occupants of the boat, injuring the man on his face.Luckily at the time, the other occupants were lying in the boat and the cable passed over them, not causing any further harm. Had they not been in that position, they could have been knocked overboard or even beheaded.However, instead of offering apologies or assistance, the workers operating the ‘dragga’ begun hurling abuses at the traumatised boat occupants.According to the PFG, navigating the Mazaruni River between Jawalla and Imbaimadai continues to be a daily hazard for residents of Indigenous communities. Even experienced boat captains, the group said, are challenged by the currents and eddies constantly changing as a result of the sand-banks caused by tailings from mine sites.“Individual villagers are increasingly fearful of dangers posed by river travel on this stretch of the Upper Mazaruni, which remains the only physical means of communication between these communities and Kamarang where most sub-regional public services, such as Police, health, education, mining and agriculture are located,” the PFG noted in a statement on Saturday.The civil society group, which collectively focuses primarily on accountability and transparency issues to natural resources, climate change and extractive industries, posited that the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) seems to be a by-stander too often in such situations.“Whether its inaction results from being too thin on the ground, or being in thrall to the mining lobby, or impeded by the corruption that seeps like a mist through all levels of mining operations – including in some communities – is unclear,” the PFG asserted.It further highlighted that local Toshao and Village Councils rules relating to governing operations of draggas on rivers are not respected by owners of mine sites, who are well aware that communities have little power to enforce them. This sense of impunity, according to the PFG, has been reinforced by the court judgement which ruled that the rivers belong to the State and not the communities against a Mazaruni Village Council that attempted to remove a miner from the Mazaruni.“The need for a more robust legal regime to protection of rivers is patently obvious. Moreover, since those whose lives are most bound up with clean, safe rivers are Indigenous peoples, greater authority must be vested in Village Councils to control and manage rivers,” the civil society group stated.The PFG added that if this was the case then the rights of Indigenous communities to life, health and freedom of movement would be better protected and the integrity of the Upper Mazaruni River better preserved.
Filip Djuricic in action for Southampton 1 Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse is expecting big things from the club’s January signing Filip Djuricic.The midfielder was bought from Benfica in the final hours of the winter window but he was actually playing his football on loan at Mainz 05 when the deal was done.The Serbian was not playing much football at either of his previous clubs but has hit the ground running at St Mary’s with a sub appearance and a start against Liverpool on Sunday.“He had shown throughout the week that he has good quality on the ball,” Ward-Prowse said. “He works hard as well and is enthusiastic.“He wants to get on the ball. I think it’s promising, it was his first Premier League start and he did very well and I am sure there will be plenty more from him.”
Roberto Pereyra looks set to snub a move to the Premier League 1 Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra is set to snub interest from West Ham and Tottenham to join Zenit Saint Petersburg this summer.The Serie A champions are striving to balance their books in the off season and view the Argentine as a player who is now surplus to requirements.Pereyra joined Juve on loan from Udinese in 2014 before completing a permanent move a year later.But last season Pereyra managed just 16 appearances for Massimiliano Allegri’s side and now Zenit are leading the race to seal his signature.According to Tuttosport, Zenit are expected to meet Juve’s £13m valuation of the player and the Russian club have also met Pererya’s agent to discuss personal terms.West Ham reportedly tabled a £11.5m offer for the 25-year-old last month but it was immediately rejected by Juve.
A well-known Donegal charity fundraiser is receiving a terrific ‘reception’ after launching a unique scheme.Terence Gallagher came up with the plan when he visited his sister who had two old television sets.He found it was easy to sell the old sets and made a few euro for his chosen charity St Vincent De Paul. Then he realised that with the arrival of digital television across the country in October, many people were looking to offload their old televisions.So the Falcarragh man, who has lived in Letterkenny for many years, man sent out an appeal for old television sets.And in just two weeks he has gathered just under ONE HUNDRED television sets.“I can’t believe the response. It really has been terrific. “With the arrival of digital TV, a lot of people are taking the opportunity to buy new televisions.“People are just glad they don’t have to go to the bother of scrapping their old televisions and they are going to a good cause,” said Terence.Terence, who works at the Letterkenny Community centre, arranges for the televisions to be sent to different parts of Africa and the profit made goes directly to St Vincent De Paul.“People in Africa may live in poor conditions but they almost all have televisions.“There is a market for them there. We don’t get a lot of money for them but whatever we do get goes directly to the charity,” vowed Terence. He is currently storing the televisions at Letterkenny Athletic Club’s clubhouse on the Pearse Road, but is also looking for anyone who can donate some warehouse space close to Letterkenny Town Centre to get in touch.Televisions must be in working order and Terence can be contacted on 086 3192721.DONEGAL MAN KEEPS CHARITY IN THE PICTURE WITH UNIQUE FUNDRAISING SCHEME was last modified: March 22nd, 2012 by StephenShare 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:charityST VINCENT DE PAULTELEVISION SETSTERENCE GALLAGHER
The big question about Shaun Livingston isn’t whether he has the talent to make it in the NBA, but whether he has the durability. While this could have been the preseason for the Clippers guard to show that he has the constitution to put his injury problems behind him, instead it has been the opposite. Livingston has yet to play in an exhibition because of a strained lower back. He hasn’t participated fully in practice because of the ailment, and there is a possibility that he could miss the start the season. Livingston took a second MRI on his back on Friday, but results were not available Friday evening. Regardless of the MRI, no specific date has been set for when he will practice fully or play in an exhibition. “I do have a little bit of concern,” coach Mike Dunleavy said. “Basically, there’s inflammation, and that’s what the test tells you, whether the inflammation has gone down. We’ve been trying to keep contact away from the inflammation.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREWalnut’s Malik Khouzam voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Livingston is expected to back up Sam Cassell at point guard this season. If he is unable to play at the start of the season, the Clippers probably will acquire a veteran point guard. Daniel Ewing, a rookie out of Duke, is the third-string point guard, but asking him to start the season as the backup may be too much. “He’s a rookie, and he still has to learn the position,” general manager Elgin Baylor said. “He is not a true point guard, per se. He’s played that position, and defensively, he does a good job. But running the team, he has to learn.” D-League unlikely: Dunleavy indicated that it is unlikely first-round pick Yaroslav Korolev will start the season with the team’s developmental league affiliate in Austin, Texas, which happens to be coached by former Clipper assistant coach Dennis Johnson. The Clippers likely will not send anyone to the D-League to start the season. Injury update: Corey Maggette had his practice cut short on Friday because he strained his left hamstring. He is considered day-to-day. … Center Chris Kaman could not participate in practice because of a bruised left hand. Joe Stevens, (562) 499-1338 firstname.lastname@example.org 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
6 April 2006The South African government’s programme of action for 2006 is available online.Government Communications CEO Joel Netshitenzhe says this will allow the public to follow the programme’s implementation and make informed assessments of the government’s progress. 2006 programme of action The programme, based on the decisions of a Cabinet meeting in January and the President’s State of the Nation Address in February, will be updated every two months as government clusters submit their progress reports to the Cabinet.Timeframes“In addition, as particular timeframes are reached, there will be public communication by relevant departments on details of implementation of the programme concerned,” Netshitenzhe said.“It includes activities from the 2005 programme which were not completed last year, either because of timeframes that are still in the future or because of delays that are receiving attention in the new programme.”SouthAfrica.info reporter Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo material
Edinburgh, July 1 (PTI) Cricket will be part of the 2024 Olympics if Rome wins the bid to host the mega event, Italian cricket board chief Simone Gambino has said. Gambinos comments coincided with the ongoing ICC Annual Conference here. “If Rome hosts the Olympics, cricket will be included. “We have had a firm commitment from the organising committee,” Gambino, president of the Federazione Cricket Italiana (FCI), was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo. Rome is bidding to host the 2024 Summer Games alongside Paris, Los Angeles and Budapest. The host city will have the opportunity to add five sports to the Olympics provided they fall under the regulations. If Rome does end up hosting the Games, the most likely location for cricket would be Bologna, where World Cricket League Division Four matches were held in 2010. Amongst other issues discussed at the at the ICC Conference, Saudi Arabia was inducted as the 39th Associate member while the world body ratified the suspensions of USA Cricket Association (USACA) and the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN). It was also decided that an ICC delegation will visit the suspended nations in the near future. “Both Nepal and the US are important Members of the ICC as they have tremendous talent and potential,” ICC chairman Shashank Manohar said. “The ICC, as part of its game and market development strategy, will continue to provide the countries with as much support as possible so that they can put in place good governance and cricket structures,” he added. PTI BS KHS KHSadvertisement
The fastest to 7,000 one-day internationals runs, the fastest to 25 ODI hundreds, the highest average in T20 Internationals, and now the most hundreds and most runs in an IPL season – Virat Kohli breaks records for fun. Embarrassing to be compared with Sachin | Victory is my biggest cravingIn a candid interview to India Today Television, Kohli talks about his training, Sachin Tendulkar, passion for the game and much more.Best quotes from the interview”For me, victory is the greatest feeling and that is the biggest craving.””To be honest I have never wanted to be average since my younger days.””A lot of people thought I was arrogant in the way I played or in the way I carried myself because they felt it wasn’t normal for a guy.””Honestly I feel embarrassed. It is unfair and Sachin can’t be compared with anyone.””Sachin was born with talent and I had to work for it.””I’m more calm now but whenever there will be a need for aggression, I will be up for it.””I still feel in Test cricket I have a long way to go.””I respect the sport. Be it any match, I know I have to give my 120 per cent.””The struggles of the past remain fresh in my mind and that is why I don’t take anything for granted.””After I’m done playing, I want to be a monk living in a civil world.”
Akshay Ramesh MelbourneJanuary 18, 2019UPDATED: January 18, 2019 11:06 IST Australia have been winning a lot of hearts with their retro kits in the ongoing ODI series (AP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSShane Warne has said a lot of people have approved his suggestion of teams playing in retro kitsAustralia are currently playing a three-match ODI series against India in their retro kitsThe 2019 Cricket World Cup, which will be played by 10 teams, will start from May 30 in EnglandLegendary leg spinner has suggested to the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) that the 10 teams at the World Cup in England play the quadrennial tournament in their retro kits. The showpiece event of the sport starts from May 30 in the Old Blighty.Shane Warne took to social media and said that a lot of people had given thumbs up for his suggestion about the retro kits. A lot of people loving my suggestion about bringing the retro kit back for the World Cup this year in the UK. Let’s do it @ICC & @ECB_cricket !!!! (sic), Warne wrote on Twitter.Warne’s suggestion comes even as the Australian men’s cricket team are playing in their retro kits in the ongoing three-match ODI series against Virat Kohli’s India.The green and gold kits that Australia are donning in the series was first used by Allan Border’s side during an ODI series against India in 1986.India vs Australia Live Score, 3rd ODIpic.twitter.com/yHSNfjZsiR12th Man (@Splendordeflame) January 18, 2019Would be great to wear the 99 world cup kit at this year’s world cupJohnny Goring (@jgorza78) January 18, 20191992 one is iconic and 1999 is vibrant, either of them will be wonderful.Ganesh Shelke (@ganeshshelke272) January 18, 2019And handlebar moustaches @ShaneWarneSameer (@SameerN7) January 18, 2019Veteran pacer Peter Siddle, who had played his first ODI in nine years in Sydney last week, said the Australia players were so impressed with the kits that they opened the packages and tried it even before the series opener.advertisement”It’s pretty awesome actually. We found out the other day we were going to be in it, so the boys were a bit excited to get their pack and open up and check it out,” Siddle had said.”Everyone is very impressed.”The Australia team have won a lot of hearts as the retro kits have become a huge hit among the cricket fraternity. Incidentally, Australia began the ODI series against India on a high by beating the visitors by 34 runs in the first ODI.The retro kits have also been sold at all three venues of the ongoing ODI series.Retro kits have been common sightings in the stands as cricket fans often wear kits from the past. Such kits are also quite popular on e-commerce sites.Also Read | Hardik Pandya’s moment of madness gives Vijay Shankar another shot at redemptionAlso Read | Watch: Bhuvneshwar Kumar’s dead ball delivered from behind the stumpsAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow Cricket World Cup 2019Follow Shane WarneFollow Australia retro kitsFollow India vs AustraliaFollow Allan Border retro jersey 2019 World Cup: Shane Warne suggests teams play showpiece event in retro kitsIndia vs Australia: Aaron Finch-led Australia cricket team are playing their ongoing ODI series against Virat Kohli’s Team India in the retro kits that were used during a corresponding series by Allan Border’s side in 1986.advertisement