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first_imgJuanfran has revealed that he is “sure” that Antoine Griezmann and everyone in the Atletico Madrid squad will be back next year to “play another final”Los Rojiblancos won their third Europa League crown on Wednesday’s final against Marseille at the Groupama Stadium in Lyon with a convincing 3-0 win.Griezmann capitalised on a mistake from Andre Zambo Anguissa to give Atletico the lead, before adding his second of the game with another clinical finish.Captain Gabi then scored the Spanish side’s third of the game.Speaking after the final, Juanfran expressed his confidence that the Barcelona target Griezmann will remain at Madrid for next season.David Villa, SpainQuiz: How much do you know about David Villa? Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to test your knowledge about Spanish legendary forward David Villa.“The finals about details and Griezmann’s goal allowed us to push forward, and for them to lower their level of play,” said the defender, according to ChicagoTribune.“We all had a great game and Griezmann was marvellous. We love him and he deserves good things to happen to him. I’m sure next year we will all be here and play another final.”The Spanish right-back is hopeful that Atletico can build on their progress over the years and start winning more silverware in the future.“Many years, many finals, more won and lost and that is great. We are having spectacular years and hopefully, we can have some more,” he added.last_img read more

first_imgAccording to Sky sources, RB Leipzig have made a new £22m offer for Everton winger Ademola Lookman.Leipzig made a £12m offer for Ademola Lookman back in July, but Everton rejected it.Lookman impressed on loan at Leipzig last season, and the Bundesliga club is keen to sign him on a permanent deal before their August 31 transfer deadline.Sky Sports reports that another bid was made, in the tune of £22m.“We want him back and he wants to come.” said Leipzig manager Ralf Rangnick earlier this summer.Premier LeaguePremier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…On loan last season, the winger netted four times in his final five appearances for the German club.Everton manager Marco Silva said last week that youngster was unsettled at Goodison Park but had trained well in preparations for Saturday’s game against Southampton.He wasn’t in the Everton squad for their first match against Wolves and was an unused substitute for the 2-1 victory at home against Southampton.RB Leipzig head of recruitment Paul Mitchell is a long-term admirer of Lookman and wants to sign him this summer.last_img read more

first_imgChelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga has his eyes set on David de Gea’s number one jersey in the Spanish national teamThe 23-year-old has made just the one appearance for Spain at international level in a friendly win over Costa Rica last November.But, following De Gea’s lacklustre World Cup campaign, Marca conducted a voting poll which saw fans vote for Kepa to become Spain’s new number one.However, the shot-stopper himself is refusing to get carried away and will instead attempt to convince new boss Luis Enrique of starting him ahead of De Gea on the training ground.“Being in the squad is already a reason for joy. We all want to be here and we all want to play; I work for that,” said Kepa, according to FourFourTwo.“We’ll meet the coaching staff in the first few days and get ourselves going, because we have two big games ahead.“It’s a question for the coach. What I will do is work, although obviously, we all want to play.“The coach will decide the best thing for the team, but in the training sessions, I’ll try to put in the effort, for the good of the group most of all.“All players work to compete and to play. The coach decides and we accept whatever it is, always with good harmony.“De Gea is a great goalkeeper and the goal is perfectly covered with him. The World Cup was how it was, we came back too early, but I don’t pay attention to polls or what people say. I try to isolate myself and focus on myself.”In case you were wondering how to pronounce @kepa_46’s name… ?(Cheers, Dave). pic.twitter.com/S7QbIF3zksDavid Villa, SpainQuiz: How much do you know about David Villa? Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to test your knowledge about Spanish legendary forward David Villa.— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) August 10, 2018Chelsea made Kepa the world’s most expensive goalkeeper after forking out €80m to sign him from Athletic Bilbao last month.And the Spaniard has since kept two clean sheets in his first four Premier League games.He also insists that the €80m price tag has not brought any more pressure in his shoulders.“It’s the price it is because the market is like that, too,” Kepa said.“Higher and higher fees are being paid and I see it as a consequence of the market.“I’m getting used to my new life: a new city, new team… but it’s been positive because when things start well on the pitch, it makes everything easier.“I have felt valued. In the last few years, a lot of Spaniards have done important things here and that’s good for those of us to arrive most recently.“This is a great club, who in recent years have won the Champions League, Europa League, the Premier League… it’s a team with great players.“It was an important gamble and I’m happy to take this step. I want to enjoy it.”last_img read more

first_imgScotland’s Andy Robertson has set a target of entering the pantheon of Scotland greats by skippering the nation back to major tournament finals.The Liverpool defender was appointed as the captain of the Scottish men’s national football team this week by head coach Alex McLeish.The former Hull City man is delighted to join a roll of honour that includes icons like Billy Bremner, Archie Gemmill, Danny McGrain, Graeme Souness, Gary McAllister and Colin Hendry.“It’s a huge honour to be named Scotland captain,” he said, according to Daily Mail. “When the announcement was made, you look at all of the names that have captained this country.”“For me to go on that list, it’s a special list and I hope by the end of my captaincy that I’m mentioned in the same breath as them. Technically I am now, but I haven’t achieved anything that they have.”ScotlandScotland needs a hero: Billy Dodds Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 According to former striker, Billy Dodds his country needs a hero to inspire future generations as the team’s hope to qualify to the EURO 2020 is small.“There is still a long way to go but I’m hopeful that, when the time comes to hang up my boots, I can be included in the same sentence as some of the names that are on that list.”“What are my international ambitions as captain of Scotland? It has to be getting back to major championships. Too long has passed since we last qualified and the captains before me would have said the same thing.”“I spoke to Darren Fletcher and that was his biggest disappointment as Scotland captain – that he hadn’t managed to get us back to a World Cup or a European Championships.”“I don’t want that to be me. I want us to manage to get to a championship finals and I want to lead the boys out when we get there.”“Hopefully we can do it at the first time of asking. I think we have a great chance (of reaching Euro 2020).”last_img read more

first_imgThe 33-years-old midfielder has been defending the Celtic colors since 2007 in the Scotting Premier LeagueMidfielder Scott Brown was transferred from Hibernian to Celtic in 2007.And since then he gained the opportunity to be the captain of the Scottish Premier League club.In more than ten years with Celtic, he has appeared in 321 occasions, scoring 25 goals.And now, he’s set to sign a new contract with his team.Mikey Johnston, CelticJohnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.“There is no problem between myself and the club,” he told RTÉ Sport.“They know I’m going to sign. It’s just a matter of time for us to get it done.”“We first started talking just before the international break. It will be done in the next couple of weeks hopefully,” he added.“I still feel I’ve got a good few years left in me. That will be part of the discussion. I think two or three years easily. I feel fit and I feel good.”last_img read more

first_imgGadag: Congress leader H. K. Patil waits for his turn to cast his vote for the third phase of 2019 Lok Sabha elections, at a polling station in Karnataka’s Gadag, on April 23, 2019IANSAn estimated 67.66 per cent of the 2.43 crore electorate voted on Tuesday in Karnataka’s remaining 14 Lok Sabha seats across the state’s western and northern regions, an official said.”The overall voter turnout is 67.66 after polling ended at 6 p.m., with all those in the queue by then also casting their ballot,” a poll official told IANS.Among the 14 seats, Shimoga in Malnad region registered the highest voting of 76.45 per cent, followed by Chikkodi with 75.42 per cent, Uttara Kannada with 74.07 per cent and Davanagere with 72.57 per cent.Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s B.Y. Raghavendra is the candidate in Shimoga against Madhu Bangarappa of the Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S). They are sons of former Chief Ministers B.S. Yeddyurappa of the BJP and late S. Bangarappa of the Congress, respectively.The lowest turnout was in Raichur (ST) – 57.85 per cent, followed by Gulbarga (ST) 59.59 per cent, Bijapur (SC) 60.28 per cent and Bidar 62.72 per cent.The polling percentage in other six seats were 71.35 in Haveri, 70.05 in Dharwad, 69.57 in Bagalkot, 68.43 in Koppal, 67.24 per cent in Belgaum and Bellary 66.22.Union Minister and BJP’s firebrand candidate Anant Kumar Hegde was in the fray for the fourth time from Uttar Kannada, while Congress leader in the 16th Lok Sabha, Mallikarjuna Kharge is contesting for a hat-trick from Gulbarga (SC) against BJP’s Umesh Jadav.Voting was held in 28,022 polling stations across the regions peacefully barring stray incidents and delays due to glitches in EVMs and VVPATs initially.In all, 237 candidates, including 10 women, were in the fray, with 164 Independents.With the ruling JD-S and Congress fielding common candidates as part of their pre-poll alliance, the BJP was locked in a straight contest with them after nearly three decades.While the Congress contested in 11 seats — Chikkodi, Belgaum, Bagalkot, Gulbarga (SC), Raichur (ST), Bidar, Koppal, Bellary (ST), Haveri, Dharwad and Davanagere seats, the JD-S contested in Bijapur (SC), Shimoga and Uttara Kannada.In the Bellary (ST) seat, BJP’s Devandrappa faced outgoing Congress member V.S. Ugrappa who wrested the seat from the BJP in the November 2018 by-election.In Dharwad, outgoing BJP MP Prahlad Joshi contested against Vinay Kulkarni of the Congress.In Bidar, Congress state working President Eshwar Khandre faced sitting BJP member Bhagawanth Khuba.BJP’s Union Minister Ramesh Jigajinagi contested against JD-S candidate Sunita Devanand.The Congress has also fielded woman candidate Veena Kasappanavar in Bagalkot against outgoing BJP MP P.C. Gaddigoudar.The BJP has not fielded any woman in this phase. Its sitting member Shobha Karandlaje re-contested from Udupi-Chikamagalur in the April 18 polling.In the 2014 elections, the BJP won 11 and the Congress 3, with JD-S none.In the April 18 polling in the central and southern region, the overall voter turnout was 69 per cent.Of the 14 seats, the BJP contested in 13 and supported Independent multi-lingual South Indian actress Sumalatha Ambareesh in the high-profile Mandya against Nikhil Gowda of the JD-S and son of state Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy and grandson of JD-S supremo H.D. Deve Gowda.Of the 14 seats on April 18, the Congress contested 10 and JD-S 4, including Hassan, Tumkur and Udupi-Chickmagalur.Deve Gowda contested from Tumkur, paving way for his other grandson Prajwal to contest from his bastion Hassan. Prajwal is the son of state PWD Minister H.D. Revanna, elder brother of Kumaraswamy and second eldest son of Gowda senior.In the 2014 elections, the BJP and Congress won 6 seats each out of these and JD-S 2.last_img read more

first_imgAndrea Travis of Flair Studio of Dance & ModelingWhen this year’s National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade winds its way down Constitution Avenue in Washington D.C. on April 11, some of Baltimore’s best dancers will be there. They will have learned their craft from Flair Studio of Dance and Modeling, the over 40-year-old dance and etiquette school in Catonsville.The Flair students will join hundreds of dancers from all over the country to perform in the parade. The event helps welcome spring to the area and highlights the cherry trees gifted to the United States from Japan as a mark of friendship.Andrea Travis helps run the Flair along with her mother Willia Bland, who is the school’s founder. Travis said it is a horizon-expanding experience for the school’s young people.“They are meeting students from as far away as Alaska and Hawaii,” she said. “It broadens their horizon. It’s just that simple. They see things they’ve never seen before, may never see again. They see things that other children will never see. It’s an exposure.”Flair’s students have been performing in the parade for the past four years. They receive a video of the choreography and then teach it to the dancers who will be performing it.The parade is not their only big-time gig, either. Travis said they are often asked to perform all over the country, and have even performed in the Miss America parade.National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade. (Photo courtesy of nationalcherryblossomfestival.org)The school has come a long way from where it started, when Travis’ mother and a friend founded Flair in 1968 in the friend’s living room.“On Harlem Avenue, on the 2500 block,” she said.The friend was a professional model and Willia Bland was a commentator, fashion consultant and beauty queen. At first, they specialized in things like etiquette and poise. They added dance several years later.Travis said she was eight or nine-years old when the two women started. She didn’t take classes herself, but that doesn’t mean she missed out on a proper education in etiquette.“My classes were daily with my mother. That was the perk of being her daughter,” she said. “She actually had me teaching when I was about 15, 16. I was actually teaching teenagers and adults her program.”Their studio was at Mondawmin Mall for 16 years before they moved to their Catonsville location. Travis said they were known for the fashion shows they would put on there.Travis said they have had many girls go on to great success after being trained at Flair. Her own daughter, Willia-Noel Montague who attended the Baltimore School of the Arts before dancing all over the world. She spent 10 years performing in the Lion King on Broadway before returning back to Maryland recently to help run Flair with her mother and grandmother.“Noel had it in her spirit that she wanted to be a dancer. We kept supporting her,” Travis saidlast_img read more

first_imgBy J. K. Schmid, Special to the AFROThe 2018 National Urban League Conference opened August 1 in Columbus, Ohio.The four day event, hosted by one of the nation’s largest civil rights organization, promises to bring “the nation’s most influential community leaders, together with top policy-makers, business leaders, leading experts, celebrities and media for four days of dynamic dialogue, networking and entertainment,” according to its website.National Urban League President Marc Morial (center) closes the opening press conference of the Nat’l Urban League in Columbus, Ohio. (Courtesy Photo)The league expects almost 20,000 to attend an event that will also celebrate the 100th anniversary of its founding. It estimates 10,000 local to the Columbus metropolitan area will attend and the remainder will come from across the nation.Community leaders in attendance will include, April Reign, creator of the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite, Tarana Burke, creator of the #MeTooMovement, and Patrisse Cullors, co-founder of Black Lives Matter.Business leaders expected to attend include; Richelieu Dennis, the Liberian-born founder of Shea Moisture who recently acquired Essence Communications (including Essence Magazine) in January, Michelle Ebanks, CEO of Essence Communications and Sheryl Sandberg COO of Facebook.Policy makers slated to speak cover the range from local to national. Franklin County, Ohio, commissioner Kevin L. Boyce, former Columbus mayor Michael B. Coleman, and U.S. House Representative Joyce Beatty (OH-3rd District),The top-billed entertainment is Fantasia Barrino-Taylor, third season winner of “American Idol” and three-time NAACP Image Award winner.Columbus “is one of America’s hidden gems,” Marc Morial, CEO and president of the National Urban League, wrote on Twitter, explaining the selection to host the event. The U.S. census ranks Columbus as the eighth-fastest growing city in a 2018 report.The conference comes in the wake of the league’s State of Black America town hall July 29. The conference is similarly focused on technology: the digital divide and how to maximize opportunities from emerging technologies.“The goal of the National Urban League Conference is to empower Black and brown people and prepare them for the new digital economy,” former U.S.A. Track and Field team hurdler and President and CEO of the Columbus National Urban League, Stephanie Hightower said.The league’s live updates of the goings on in Columbus are hashtagged #SaveOurCities.last_img read more

first_imgTowel or bear? You decide. The budget-conscious are no doubt drawn to the fact that so many attractions are free of charge once you’re at Butlins. You don’t have to count your pennies or say no to just another ride when you’re at the vintage-style fairground complete with waltzers, dodgems and carousel. A few rides and attractions carry an addition charge, but the vast majority are free and queues are virtually non-existent. My daughter was keen to visit the fairground as often as possible, as well as the neighbouring games arcade with its tuppenny push machines. It was well worth paying a small extra fee to hire a three-seater bike and spend a happy half hour exploring corners we hadn’t seen on foot. We also paid just a few pounds for a round of crazy golf. Read More’Only seeing your parents at mealtimes, Butlin’s was a children’s paradise’   Study your site map well, as there are hidden treasures waiting to be uncovered. We enjoyed seeing snakes and other critters in the Discovery Studio and played endless games of Cluedo after stumbling across a board games lending library in a quiet corner. Search for them and you’ll find some nostalgic remnants of early Butlin’s, including carriages from a monorail and old-fashioned chalets. Anyone for ice cream? But once we stepped inside the accommodation it had Butlin’s written through it like a stick of rock. From the Skegness cushions on the primary coloured sofas to the wooden pin the tail on the donkey game on the wall, the decoration was inspired, retro and a brilliant reminder of the heritage of the brand. There are numerous different types of accommodation at Butlin’s, with numerous different prices. Ours was spacious, well-appointed and spotlessly clean. The big stage shows are so popular that some people start queueing hours in advance. There’s really no need to leave the site at all, and we didn’t touch our car until it was time to go home. We did walk off site to paddle in the sea and build sandcastles, before a bracing stroll along the prom to get the full British holiday resort experience. You don’t even need to do that though, as Butlin’s has created a mini beach inside the resort complete with outsized seaside accessories for the full selfie experience. Like so many other aspects of Butlin’s, the food experience is what you make it. I’m sure some families arrive with their weekly shop, or buy ingredients from the two small supermarkets. But if you want to eat out there’s a varied selection of cuisines to tempt you. Billy the Butlin’s bear. We spent four nights at Butlin’s Skegness, staying in a two bedroomed Seaside Apartment. Among the more exclusive accommodation on the site, at first glance it looked a world apart from the old Butlin’s stereotype. If anything it looked more like a rival holiday resort, the one renowned for being middle class and located in wooded areas. 1950s advert for Butlins One thing we did struggle with was figuring out where to start with the entertainment. There’s so much going on, so many varied things happening at the same time, you almost want to clone yourself to take it all in. We visited during the school holidays with my eight-year-old daughter, and discovered a packed programme designed to provide something for adults and children of all ages. Helpfully, guests are given printed guides to exactly what is on when and where plus details of the age ranges it is most suited to. You can also download an app with everything from interactive maps to restaurant opening times and menus. center_img Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailButlin’s is all poolside knobbly knee competitions and poky chalets the size of the average garden shed, isn’t it? Come on, climb out of the 1950s. If it’s been some time since you last visited the original British holiday camp then you may be surprised to discover it’s undergone something of a renaissance since Gladys Pugh last said Good Morning Campers. Rather like a bag of pick n’ mix sweets, a short break to Butlin’s can contain whatever you choose to put into it. If you’re content with nothing but fizzy cola bottles then they’re there for the taking, but you can opt for mint humbugs or luxury toffee as well. A game of crazy golf whiles away a happy hour. We saw Titan the Robot, live wrestling by men in tiny, shiny pants, a puppet show and were encourage to exercise by giant Mr Men. But that was just the tip of the big show iceberg with other offerings including a circus, magic acts, a Sleeping Beauty panto, Paddington Bear and much more. The shows were so popular that some people started queuing hours in advance just to get a seat near the front. And if you consider the ticket price to see similar calibre acts at theatres elsewhere, you can easily see why lots of Butlin’s guests pack their holiday with as many of them as possible. Splash Waterworld ranked near the top of our Butlin’s highlights list. We enjoyed it so much that we spent hours moving between the different pools and water features, two days in a row. The outdoor rapids were a favourite – so much so that we stayed outdoors in our swimsuits even when it rained. A Butlin’s full English. There was so much to choose from in the Scoop ice cream parlour that it took quite some time to make a decision, then of course we had to visit again the next day to try a flavour we’d missed. I can confirm that bubblegum flavour ice cream does indeed turn your tongue blue. We had a premium dining package, which included breakfast and evening meal each day at either The Deck Restaurant or The Yacht Club. We hadn’t expected so much choice, so much fresh food and the lack of queues. It’s self-service, with much of the food cooked in front of diners, and there are no limits on what you can have or how many times you can top your plate up. Over the four days we had roast dinners, poached Salmon, rainbow-coloured vegetable stir fries and thick wedges of cheesecake. You could have burger and chips for every meal or you could have four courses rounded off with cheese and crackers if you wanted. Pin the tail on the Butlin’s donkey. Butlin’s is much more than that 1950s cliché. It’s a well-rounded family resort that can be exceptionally good value if you want it to be, or a more luxurious escape if that is what your heart desires. And there isn’t a Gladys Pugh in sight.last_img read more

first_imgT-Mobile’s delayed US home TV service is due to launch in the first half of this year, the company confirmed on its fourth quarter 2018 earnings call.Responding to a question about the company’s TV strategy, chief operating officer Mike Sievert said T-Mobile is “quality-driven”, not “date-driven,” adding that its TV service rollout is closely tied to its home broadband strategy.“Those two can operate independently of each other, but they really operate well in concert in our future plans – particularly in the context of the New T-Mobile where we have very ambitious home broadband plans,” he said.Also speaking on the call, T-Mobile CEO John Legere said that the company would start to pilot home broadband offers in 2019 using 4G LTE and later 5G, with plans to offer broadband to 52% of US zip codes.Initially T-Mobile will be testing its broadband and TV services separately, but Legere said that the ultimate strategy is for home TV and home broadband to be a “blended go-to-market approach”.T-Mobile’s TV service was originally due to launch in late 2018 and will be powered by Layer3, the TV technology company it acquired in December 2017.Sievert said that T-Mobile is getting “great learnings” from customers in four cities where it has already launched a predecessor product under the Layer3 TV brand. It plans to use this feedback to add improvements before rebranding and rolling it out as its home TV offering.“Every single media brand either has or is developing an OTT solution and most of these companies don’t have a way to bring these products to market,” said Sievert. “They don’t have distributed networks like us, they don’t have access to the phones like we have.”“We don’t have plans to develop an undifferentiated skinny bundle,” he added. “We think there’s a more nuanced role for us to play in helping you get access to the great media brands out there that you love, and to be able to put together your own media subscription in smaller pieces – US$5, US$6, US$7, US$8 at a time.”At the time of its Layer3 takeover, T-Mobile announced plans for a “disruptive new TV service” aimed at people who are “tired of all the BS that comes bundled with big cable and satellite TV”.last_img read more

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