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Schools in Dominica to Reopen on September 7

first_imgShe said all measures would be taken to safeguard the health of students and teachers and that during the first four days of next month “we would also be doing a lot of cleaning and re-arranging of furniture…to ensure that everything is in place. Education Minister Octavia Alfred said teachers are expected in classes one week before the students. “SO we are hoping that by next week Monday, hopefully the guidelines will be in circulation (and) one of the areas we are going to be focusing upon very heavily during the academic year is that of hygiene and the importance of effective hygiene practices…and for that matter we will engage hygiene wardens to ensure that students dowhat they have to do in terms of entry at the school gates..”. She said the pre-testing activities will guide the Ministry’s remedial programme and other programmes that would be necessary before “moving ahead”. CMC Dominica closed its schools inn March after the first case of the virus was confirmed. “So from September 1st staff will engage in final preparations to receive students. Teachers will be engaged in professional staff development, training and planning. This school year planning is even more essential than before since teachers and their department heads must review curriculum and prepare for pre-testing activities which will be very crucial this year,” Alfred said.center_img Assistant Chief Education Officer, Dr. Jeffery Blaize said new guidelines have been developed with the assistance of Israel. “Subject to adequate consideration by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and Health Investment, and taking everything into account all schools will be reopened for teachers on September 1, 2020 and for all students on Monday September 7th. “We have developed guidelines and protocols for the school year…for the period of COVID and beyond. These were prepared by the…Ministry of Education and the layout and design had been done with the assistance of Israel. ROSEAU, Dominica – The Dominica government on Wednesday announced that all schools will reopen on September 7 as the island continues to implement measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) that has infected 18 people on the island. “Since we have no COVID-19 cases and since there is no community spread of COVID-19, all schools will reopen as normal. However the Ministry of Education has a plan in place that will be activated in the national status as it relates to COVID-19 changes,” Alfred added.last_img read more

Petrozzi’s amazing 50-footer wins NSW title

first_img2 Feb 2018 Petrozzi’s amazing 50-footer wins NSW title England international Gian-Marco Petrozzi holed a 50ft eagle putt to win the New South Wales Amateur in Australia on the 37th hole of the final.Petrozzi commented: “It feels absolutely great, especially the manner I did it in. To hole a putt like that and win was fabulous.”The 20-year-old from Trentham Golf Club in Staffordshire had been through highs and lows during the final against Australia’s Jed Morgan. He set off playing great golf, firing on all cylinders and was four up after the first 18 holes before extending his lead to six holes in the afternoon.Then, his putter went cold and his opponent found top form. “We ended up all square after 35 and on the last I managed to scrape a half,” said Petrozzi.“On the play-off hole I had 260 yards to the green and hit a three iron to about 50ft – and then managed to hole that 50-footer for an eagle to win.“I’d been down, it’s the end of a long trip and I was mentally tired and feeling almost beaten before I was beaten. But the golfing gods helped me out and I think I did deserve it in the end – and it was great to do it in that fashion.”Petrozzi continues a great English winning tradition in this event, following Scott Gregory in 2017 and Paul Howard in 2015. “The Australians can have the Ashes but not the NSW trophy!” he joked.Petrozzi has been part of a four-man England Golf squad on a month long tour of Australia, alongside Jake Burnage (Saunton, Devon), David Hague (Malton and Norton, Yorkshire) and Matthew Jordan (Royal Liverpool, Cheshire). Other highlights included Hague’s second place in the Avondale Amateur and his quarter final place in the Australian Amateur.“It’s been a fantastic trip,” said Petrozzi, who is also the Welsh open champion. “I will never forget this.Caption: Gian-Marco Petrozzi with the New South Wales Aamateur trophy, courtesy David Tease, Golf NSW Tags: Australia, Gian-Marco Petrozzi, New South Waleslast_img read more

Tenino Watershed Hero: Chanele Holbrook

first_imgFacebook388Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Kathy Jacobson for the Chehalis Basin Lead EntityChanele Holbrook is a longtime advocate and crusader working to protect the rural character, and the forest and prairies lands of Scatter Creek headwaters –and beyond.Chenele Holbrook is a Tenino watershed hero. Photo credit:In 1992, Chanele discovered Tenino and just knew she was “home”, it’s been her inner passion to protect it ever since. “I was lucky enough to grow up in the military and moved all over.  I’ve lived all over the east and west coasts, Hawaii and even in Korea. After two years of college, I joined the Air Force as a military police officer. When stationed in Spokane, I would travel over the mountains to visit family on the coast. I fell in love the huge trees and landscape.  After my tour ended, I found my “special valley” in Tenino, I never left.”Chanele continued her formal education, and in 1999, graduated from Evergreen State College with a BS degree, with an emphasis in Ethnobotany and Watershed Ecology. The magical landscape that Chanele had fallen in love with, she learned was primarily owned by big timber companies, and that it would soon be logged. Chanele wanted to help protect the sensitive old growth forest habitat for salmon and wildlife, and with her new degree she could do just that!“I was fortunate enough to be hired by local landowners who wanted to protect in perpetuity and restore 600 acres of their forested uplands and lower valley wetlands. Together, they created a non-profit conservation land trust, the Heernett Environmental Foundation – named for its founders Gabriele Heertje and Manfred Nettek, and later renamed Creekside Conservancy. For more than 20 years, I was the Director of Environmental Operations for the foundation. The position was challenging, as I was the only employee, but it was also super gratifying, because I had the ability to design, manage, and implement a large variety of very successful “never been done before” projects, and spearheaded new pilot programs. We tackled some pretty great projects! Over my many years of work, I was able to highlight the importance of the Scatter Creek watershed for the health of the Chehalis River basin and our local native salmon. Scatter Creek consistently delivers vital cold clear water into the Chehalis River, creating a “gaining reach” and important refugia for salmon throughout the year.  It’s a huge benefit for the Chehalis River and is one of the reasons that it is last Basin in Washington without listed salmon.” As Chanele reflected on her environmental accomplishments, her deep love and knowledge of the rural landscape of the Scatter Creek area, Tenino, and the entire Chehalis basin was evident.Chanele Holbrook giving a speech at the Scatter Creek Farm ground breaking. Photo courtesy: Chanele HolbrookDuring Chanele’s tenure with Creekside Conservancy, lands protected and enhanced include: the Sampson’s property, a key property in Cozy Valley which helped protect Scatter Creek headwaters and upland forests; the Mills Parker Place property, which protected over ½ mile of Scatter Creek mainstem and has mature endangered White Oak riparian areas and wetlands, and providing unique salmon spawning habitat for steelhead, coho, and chum salmon, as well as, cutthroat trout. Two fish blocking culverts were removed, and a bridge installed to better support Coho salmon and rainbow trout. Working with local school and citizen groups, Chanele has planted more than 1200 trees on foundation lands including on Cozy Valley lands. Chanele also created an outdoor classroom on the property for local students to experience and study their watershedWhen asked about her favorite project, Chanele had a ready answer. “The Scatter Creek Farm Conservancy project. This project was great – a fantastic way to bring sustainable agriculture and wildlife conservation together. In perpetuity, 100 acres of prime farm land are now protected, with water rights (70-acre feet of groundwater placed in a water bank), is dedicated to sustainable food production, with an additional 48 acres of critical wildlife habitat bordering on the Chehalis River. Plus, the property has amazing artesian springs, and two side channels for salmon spawning and rearing. A big part of my passion for this project is that it is now –and will be in the future, –a regional educational tool.  Working with future landowners and farmers, supporting an agricultural incubator, regional student tours and “agropreneur” workshops to teach new methods of successful farming in small productive niche markets.   A “never been done before” kind of project and an enormous win-win for agriculture and wildlife.  It’s my gem.” As a founding member of the Chehalis Basin Partnership, (1998 to 2015), Chanele has been a strong voice and advocate for the environment. In her role, Chanele was active with the steering technical committee, water quality, water quantity, habitat, and citizen advisory committees.Chanele said, “I’m passionate about environmental protection and insuring we leave a legacy for our grandchildren. We’ve lost too much forested and prairie lands—these areas play a significant role in the protection of water quality. These lands are some of the best for cold, clear, and clean water, to recharge our local aquifers and are important sources for instream flows.  Once it’s gone or covered in asphalt, we can’t get it back.”To protect critical areas and significant forest lands, Chanele developed strong partnerships with regional nonprofit, local, state and federal agencies. Some of Chanele’s early work in south county included working with the nonprofit, Wolf Haven, collaborating on regional projects. This led to the eventual acquisition of additional prairie lands. Today local second graders learn about prairies and pollinators on these prairie lands.Another local treasure in the Tenino area, is the stone quarry public swimming pool. Legend has it, that quarrymen in the late 1800’s or early 1900’s struck a natural spring that quickly filled the pit with water. As the water flooded the area, workers had to abandon the site, along with their tools. Once filled with spring water, a perfect deep, natural reservoir was created —perfect for swimming. The site was converted to a public pool in the mid-40’s and is in Tenino City Park, –and has been enjoyed by thousands of children, adults and families since.Chanele Holbrook with a group of fifth grade students at the Black River WG. Photo courtesy: Chanele HolbrookHowever, in 2010, Chanele learned that the 60-acre hillside property adjacent to the foundation, (above the park and surrounding the quarry pool) was not owned by the City of Tenino, was going to be logged.Chanele said, “I knew that I could not let that happen. If it was clear cut as planned, the surface water runoff would impact the park and completely devastate the town’s only community park.  The clarity of the quarry pool would be lost, as logging would have caused major sedimentation and erosion of hillside soils right into the quarry pool.”  Chanele quickly got to work and led a team of other concerned Tenino citizens. Together matching funds were raised, grants were written, and through a partnership with the Weyerhaeuser Company, the 12 acres directly above the park and quarry pool were acquired and protected in perpetuity.“In this narrow 12-acre strip of land, the understory of native plants, and the roots of coniferous and deciduous trees collect water, keeping the soil in place, and help to prevent erosion from the logged hillside behind them. The long-term plan is for these 12 acres to connect to an established walking trail that is on the adjacent 250 acres of Creekside Conservancy’s land – and then wrap back down to the Chehalis Western Trail. Locals know this special piece of foundation land as the Backdrop of Tenino.”With the acquisition of this small forest, the Tenino Park and quarry pool is now protected for the enjoyment of current and future swimmers and park visitors.In 2018, a swimmer noted on the Quarry Pool Facebook page, “Awesome experience that everyone should do at least once in their lifetime…”Mayor Wayne Fournier, called the quarry “A priceless piece of local history.”Another local swimmer noted, “It’s cool that we have this in our small town. Where else can you swim in an old quarry?”Through all the years, with Chanele at the helm, the foundation worked to strategically acquire additional critical habitat.  In addition to the original 600 acres, another 600 acres of important and sensitive land has been acquired, expanding the Creekside Conservancy’s foundation to projects throughout the Scatter Creek sub basin – and beyond.Chanele’s love for the region shined as she worked closely with the county for years participating on the citizen advisory committee that developed the Agricultural Overlay District in south Thurston County and the vibrant agricultural “Bountiful Byway” – promoting sustainable agriculture and Agri-tourism.For two decades, Chanele has been an active voice in the community. She has been able to inform and educate the city of Tenino and its citizens, on a variety of issues –local economic vitality, urban sprawl, groundwater recharge, salmon refugia’s, –and the importance of the education of our youth on local watershed issues.“I’m excited to be able to reenergize a past program that I loved so much. It will involve local elementary and middle school students in watershed ecology and different types of local environmental action projects in the near future.”Today, Chanele is as enthusiastic and dedicated as ever, and continues her work as a volunteer to protect key habitats in the Chehalis basin, while working full time as an outreach staff member at a local state agency on water quality resource issues.last_img read more

New Google App Approved for iPhones

first_imgWe’ve just heard from our friends at Google that their mobile app is now available in the App Store for iPhone users everywhere.In the new version of Google Mobile, everyone’s favorite search company has redesigned their results display to show more results at one time. Also, users will be able to open web pages from search results from inside the app. Other new features are pretty impressive, too.Users can now customize the application by any color they choose. Users with speedy iPhone models can also choose to turn on a moving waveform for voice-activated searches. These mods are available under a “Bells and Whistles” setting for fancy gizmodgery.And speaking of searching by voice, Google has worked out a special sort of magic for sussing out not only the language but also the accent of the speaker. “For example,” writes software engineer Alastair Tse, “if you’re Australian but live in London, you can improve the recognition accuracy by selecting Australian in the Voice Search settings.”Google has also added such languages as Mandarin and Japanese to its list of supported languages. Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market jolie odell A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… For more information about the Google iPhone app, check it out at Google’s page or download it free from the App Store. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#Google#web last_img read more

Solar Firm Targets Low-Income Households

first_imgLobbying Helps Slow the Growth of Rooftop SolarWhen Will Rooftop Solar Be Cheaper Than the Grid?An Introduction to Photovoltaic SystemsPV Systems Have Gotten Dirt Cheap Solar installer PosiGen LLC is targeting cash-poor consumers whose credit may not be great, and so far the gamble seems to be paying off.PosiGen, in fact, makes a point of not checking the credit scores of potential customers, according to a report at Bloomberg Technology. Far from finding its low-income customers are slow to pay or don’t pay, the company reports the default rate on contracts is extremely low — 47 defaults in 13,000 installations, less than 0.4%.The seven-year-old company now operates in Louisiana, New York, and Connecticut, according to its website. Bloomberg said PosiGen got its start in hard-hit areas of New Orleans in the years following Hurricane Katrina, then went on to capture 80% of Louisiana’s rooftop solar market. It is now expanding into Minnesota and New Jersey, and would continue growing elsewhere if it could raise the cash.In an interview with Bloomberg, CEO Thomas Neyhart suggested that the company was seeking out customers that other installers might want to avoid. “We want the people on disability,” he said, “the people living paycheck to paycheck.” RELATED ARTICLES center_img In a 2015 article, Greentech Media said PosiGen’s business model is aimed squarely at middle- and low-income homeowners whose low credit scores and lack of cash have prevented them from participating in the solar boom.Neyhart called their marketing plan “blue-collar green.” The company’s standard installation is a 6.2-kW array that homeowners get for $79.99 a month.Greentech Media said the company’s approach is unique because it combines energy efficiency upgrades on the house with solar panel installation. Energy upgrades include adding insulation, installing smart thermostats, and replacing inefficient light bulbs. Coupled with the installation of solar panels, customers can expect to pay 40% to 80% less than they would for a typical power purchase agreement offered by a competitor.last_img read more

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What Varanasi Wants from Modi

first_imgMission VaranasiVaranasi’s happiness over electing Narendra Modi is gradually receding (“Call of the Sinking City”, June 30). Residents do have a groundswell of expectations from their Prime Minister MP. But they also know that very high population density, bad governance and apathy of the previous governments have reduced the city,Mission VaranasiVaranasi’s happiness over electing Narendra Modi is gradually receding (“Call of the Sinking City”, June 30). Residents do have a groundswell of expectations from their Prime Minister MP. But they also know that very high population density, bad governance and apathy of the previous governments have reduced the city to such a pitiable state. We must realise that Modi is not a magician. So, let us see how he manages to bring changes with an uncooperative and ineffective state government around. Also, to solve the problems, considerable contemplation and discussion are needed.Indu Shankar, VaranasiEven before the first votes were cast in Varanasi, Narendra Modi’s team had begun chalking out development plans for the city. His party also gave other stakeholders a hope that it would walk the talk in the region if voted to power. Historically, Purvanchal has always witnessed a wave, be it in the post-Emergency elections, 1984 elections or the last ascendancy of BJP in 1990. Yet Varanasi remained neglected and backward. Therefore, for the Modi-led NDA, Varanasi must be at the centre of the “development plank”. Moreover, the Prime Minister has a once-in-a-lifetime chance to change the holy city and take the RSS-BJP-VHP image to a whole new level. The city is the right place for the new Government to put the political ball in a court of its choice and also to fulfil dreams it sold to the electorate during the 2014 General Election.RAMESH SINHA, GurgaonCleansing Varanasi is not just a humongous but also a holy act. Waste bins, waste water treatment and a recycling plant are mandatory to remove filth generated on a daily basis. Since the Prime Minister has urged everyone to clean the city, not only the Centre but also the state of Uttar Pradesh must share the burden equally. The Centre and the state must sanction adequate funds to facilitate and even launch a joint venture to restore the sanctity of Varanasi and the Ganga. On the other hand, residents must not conveniently forget and neglect their own duty towards keeping the city clean and green.advertisementSANJIV GUPTA, Perth, AustraliaReasons to RepealArticle 370 of the Indian Constitution gives special status to J&K (“Time for BJP to Settle J&K Issue”, June 30). It was, however, introduced as a temporary measure at the time of Independence. It reads: “Temporary provisions with respect to the state of Jammu and Kashmir.” Due to political reasons, this article has not been repealed. Our Constitution is for the welfare of the people of India and J&K is an integral part of India. If Article 370 is repealed, it will be beneficial to J&K as there will be more economic development in the state. Because of Article 370, people of other states do not dare to settle down and do business in J&K. Remember that the Constitution can be amended. If Article 370 is not repealed, the state of J&K will lose the benefits of economic development. It is time for the people of J&K to insist on repealing it.Mahesh Kumar, via emailBest ChoiceThe survey for best universities comes as a great help to students seeking admission to various postgraduate institutions. (“Graduating to the Next Level”, June 30). It is not an easy task to choose the best university. Students often end up making the wrong decision in the absence of proper guidance. The fact that 17 top Indian Universities are included in Asia’s Top 300 universities is pretty encouraging. It’s good to see that things are improving. Sneha Ranjan, New DelhiThe Right ChoiceThe BJP leadership seems to have rightly handed over the reins of Gujarat to a dedicated person like Anandiben Patel who had shown the political will to drive through crucial reforms in the urban development sector during her term as Cabinet minister in Gujarat (“Anandiben Takes Charge of Modi’s Gujarat”, June 30). She has already set the ball rolling with her 100-day agenda for 11 key subjects, including women’s empowerment. However, her biggest challenge would be to carry forward the legacy of her predecessor, which includes meeting the expectations of the people and stabilising the state party unit.Jia Shah, via emailCaught in StrifeThe ongoing crisis in Iraq between the Shia-led government and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is not just an internal strife but something that has engulfed India as well (“The War on Our Shores”, June 30). It threatens not just Indian workers there but also the economic recovery plans of the Narendra Modi Government. The immediate challenge for the new Government is to safely extricate Indian nationals out of that country. But the fact that Iraq has the world’s fifth largest oil reserves is a bigger point of worry for the Modi Government. Iraq is OPEC’s second largest oil producer. Its top buyers are China and India. The crisis has erupted at the worst possible time as India is trying its best to curb inflation. Rising crude prices have pushed the markets down and the rupee has recorded a new low against the dollar. Manav Upadhyaya, DelhiadvertisementThe Cup ConnectionIndia has often been called the “sleeping giant” of world football (“Midnight Tryst with the Great Game”, June 30 ). It can only be hoped that the giant will eventually wake up to the professional game. In a predominantly cricket-loving country, India got swept up in the 2014 FIFA World Cup that occupied huge chunks of airtime on news and sports channels. The 17th edition of the FIFA under-17 World Cup, to be held in six Indian cities in 2017, promises an improvement in facilities and a surge of local involvement in the sport. By the next FIFA World Cup in 2018, we will know if these ambitions take flight or bite the dust.Carl Jaison, New DelhiIndia may not have a team in Brazil but that doesn’t mean Indians are not following the action closely. Some of the most ardent fans of the beautiful game can be found in India. There are times when sport becomes a celebration of human endeavour and is not just restricted to a particular team or country. That spirit is evident as millions of Indians celebrate every time a goal is being scored in Brazil.Tage Robin, Itanagarlast_img read more

Ohio States Bradley Roby returning for junior season

Bradley Roby is coming back. The Ohio State redshirt sophomore cornerback is returning to Columbus for his junior season after flirting with the possibility of declaring for the 2013 NFL Draft, according to multiple reports. Roby, who was named an Associated Press second-team All-American and consensus All-Big Ten selection, played a considerable role on the defensive side of the ball during the Buckeyes’ undefeated 2012 season. Under the director of coach Urban Meyer, OSU finished the year 12-0 and is currently ranked No. 3 in the AP’s top-25 poll. Roby, who secured 63 tackles in addition to 17 pass breakups and two interceptions, will return to a defense that loses its starting defensive line, two of its starting linebackers, and fellow cornerback Travis Howard. Roby’s teammate, junior defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins, opted to forgo his senior year and enter the draft instead. While Roby arguably played as consistently as any Buckeye throughout the season, perhaps his most notable game was against Nebraska on Oct. 6 when he recorded two interceptions, one of which he returned for a first-quarter touchdown to open the scoring. OSU went on to win, 63-38. At practice the next week, OSU cornerbacks coach Kerry Coombs told reporters that Roby would be a “first-round pick down the road.” “A kid like Bradley, whose film study is extraordinary, hours and hours of film study, he’ll know his opponent. He understands the route that’s coming, he’s prepared for the ball when it comes and then you go to finish those plays,” Coombs said Oct. 8. “He’s the guy that wants to make plays, that needs to make plays for our team to be successful.” Roby’s decision will likely help solidify Meyer’s Buckeyes as one of the early favorites for the 2014 BCS National Championship. read more

Opinion 5 players on defense to watch in 2015 Ohio State Spring

Then-freshman linebacker Raekwon McMillan (2) attempts to make a tackle during a game against Wisconsin on Dec. 6 in Indianapolis. OSU won, 59-0.Credit: Mark Batke / Photo EditorWith the Ohio State Spring Game just days away, there are still a few positions with vacancies.Defensive linemen Michael Bennett and Steve Miller join linebacker Curtis Grant and cornerback Doran Grant as members of the OSU defense who will not return after the title run in 2014.With that in mind, I took a look at five players you should watch in Saturday’s game to either replace the former Buckeyes or at least get some playing time in 2015 on the defensive side of the ball.1. Redshirt-sophomore cornerback Gareon ConleyThe Massillon, Ohio, native was the first person mentioned by cornerbacks coach Kerry Coombs as the likely cornerback counterpart next to returning starter redshirt-sophomore Eli Apple.Conley earned one start in 2014 against the Michigan State Spartans, but after giving up big plays and a touchdown on the first drive of the game, was quickly replaced by a less-than-healthy Apple.With a spot open after Doran Grant’s departure, it is likely that the spot will be filled by either Conley or sophomore Damon Webb.Conley seemingly has the upper hand and a good showing in the Spring Game can only help his chances.2. Sophomore cornerback Damon Webb While Webb is behind Conley for the corner spot, there is a good chance he will still see significant playing time in 2015 at the nickel position.With Armani Reeves not returning because of health issues related to concussions, the nickel spot, which is usually reserved for passing downs, is wide open and it’s Webb’s job for the taking.Webb must have the skill to play, as he did not redshirt last season behind players like Doran Grant, Reeves, Apple and Conley.He appeared in nine games in 2014, and is sure to make an impact in 2015.3. Sophomore linebacker Raekwon McMillanMcMillan made an instant impact last season as a true freshman, collecting 54 total tackles and playing in all but one game in 2014.He is the odds-on favorite to take over for Curtis Grant at the middle linebacker position and could possibly be even better than the graduating senior.McMillan was constantly subbed in for Curtis Grant on passing downs last season and was clearly the better athlete. Don’t expect him to get too much playing time on Saturday, but watch to see how he communicates with his teammates as the new signal caller on defense.4. Senior defensive lineman Tommy SchuttCoach Urban Meyer said Monday that Schutt is currently the favorite to replace Bennett on the interior defensive line.Not quite yet the starter, Schutt has struggled throughout his OSU career battling injuries along with a lack of playing time. He has accumulated just 17 total tackles in his first three years as a Buckeye.The reason to watch him is not because he is going to be an impact player in the Spring Game, but rather to see how he reacts to being on the cusp of earning a starting job.5. Sophomore defensive lineman Jalyn HolmesMeyer said Monday that redshirt-sophomore Tyquan Lewis is the front-runner to replace Miller at defensive end, but Lewis will not play in the Spring Game because of a shoulder injury.That opens the door for a player like Holmes, who came to OSU as a four-star prospect out of Norfolk, Va.Holmes played in nine games last season, including the national title win over Oregon, and accumulated 11 tackles in those appearances.There is a good chance Holmes will play most of the game on Saturday, and a good showing could put make him a dark horse to unseat Lewis from the starting lineup.Kickoff is set for 1:30 p.m., and is set to follow the OSU lacrosse game against Maryland, which is set to start at 11 a.m. at Ohio Stadium. read more

Simeone praises Fiorentina teammate Muriel

first_imgAccording to the striker, the Colombian forward has had an instant impact in the Italian Lega Serie A team, and he’s settling in well.Colombian forward Luis Fernando Muriel joined Fiorentina in the Italian Lega Serie A on January 2nd as a loan from Spanish La Liga club Sevilla.And he immediately made an impact.The 27-year-old scored two goals against Sampdoria on Sunday in his first match with his new team.And for teammate Giovanni Simeone, this means it’s the right time to praise him for his work.“From his experience I can learn a lot, it’s the one that makes him make the difference in front of the opponent’s goal demonstrated already on Sunday,” Simeone told Calcio Mercato.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“It gives further substance to the entire offensive department.”“From when he arrived, it immediately made us feel the great desire to do well, to leave the mark it has,” he added.“It is an incentive for everyone. We have to be smart to take advantage of this strong point and at the same time careful to close the spaces in case of restarting the adversaries.”“We have overcome Torino, an opponent who is not easy to beat, and we cannot stop, I believe that with the right push, let’s not forget that we will play at home,” Simeone added about the team’s next opponent.“Florence on our side, and the desire to go beyond any difficulty, we will be able to play it, we will fight to say our dream, win, and dream of a title with the club. And for all this, I’m working on it (smile)”.“What do they tell me when I go to Madrid?” Griezmann is very strong, like Godin and all the others. Many of them have seen me grow, there is a good estimate,” he concluded.last_img read more

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