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                    [description] => Recently returned to his former club, Manchester United, Ronaldo has now played 179 games for Portugal. “I’m so happy. Not just because I broke the record, but about the special moment we had, ?Ronaldo told Irish TV broadcaster RTE. Two goals at the end of the game are very special. He appreciates what the team ... Read more
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Recently returned to his former club, Manchester United, Ronaldo has now played 179 games for Portugal. “I’m so happy. Not just because I broke the record, but about the special moment we had, ?Ronaldo told Irish TV broadcaster RTE.

Two goals at the end of the game are very special. He appreciates what the team has done, said Ronaldo. ?We believed in ourselves until the very end.? The evening started badly for Ronaldo. Ireland’s 19-year-old goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu initiated a penalty foul with a bad pass, but then parried the striker’s penalty (15th).

AP / Armando Franca

Cristiano Ronaldo became the match winner and the record holder for team goals with his late goals

“Icon and role model”

Diogo Jota then hit the bar for the Portuguese before John Egan (45th) even gave the Irish the lead after a corner. The strong team didn?t miss this, as Portugal missed good chances – before Ronaldo headed twice in the 89th and 96th minutes. After his second goal, he took off his jersey and celebrated wildly. He accepted the yellow card that was traded for it with a smile.

FIFA also congratulated them afterwards. ?In addition to being a national hero, you have become an international icon and role model for players around the world. Their skills and constant pursuit of improvement deserve worldwide recognition and admiration. Parabens (all the best, note), Cristiano! ?Said FIFA President Gianni Infantino in a statement.

Denmark unstoppable

Denmark is just as unstoppable as Ronaldo. The European Championship semi-finalist also won his fourth appearance in qualifying for the tournament in Qatar with a 2-0 (2-0) win against Scotland.

Denmark continues winning run

Denmark is in the World Cup qualification in FB Group F with a pure white vest. After the 2-0 win in their home game against Scotland, Denmark holds the point maximum.

In the group with Austria, the Danes have cemented first place through their success against the former first pursuer. Israel, the Austrians’ upcoming opponent in Haifa on Saturday, won 4-0 (2-0) in the Faroe Islands.

Scotland does not see a ball

The Danes made short work of it in Copenhagen. Right-back Daniel Wass (14th) hit his head after a wide cross, before left-back Joakim Maehle (15th) added just over a minute later. On both occasions, Scotland’s defenses were unsettled.

Joakim Maehle (DEN) scores a goal against Scotland

APA / AFP / Ritzau Scanpix / Mads Claus Rasmussen

Denmark quickly made it 2-0 against Scotland. Here the second gate by Joakim Maehle (15th).

The world number eleventh could have topped up after half an hour through Yussuf Poulsen, but Craig Gordon in the goal of the guests prevented worse. The 38-year-old Hearts keeper took care of the case instead of David Marshall.

With the Danes, Salzburg’s Rasmus Kristensen sat on the bench. Both teams struggled with a few failures before the game. The home side apparently made this much less to create. The Scots did not have a single ball contact in the opponent’s penalty area in the entire first half of the game. For Denmark it is now on Saturday away against the Faroe Islands for victory number five.

Zahavi shoots Israel to victory

Israel’s selection with team boss Willi Ruttensteiner could rely on his record scorer in Torshavn. The Faroese began briskly, but a counter-attack by the Israelis, who had entered the 3-5-2 system, found its way straight into the goal. Eran Zahavi started a solo run and hit from the edge of the penalty area with his left exactly into the Kreuzeck (12th). It was the 335th goal of his professional career for the 34-year-old PSV Eindhoven striker. He exceeded the national record of Alon Mizrahi.

Zahavi show at victory in Faroe Islands

With a clear 4-0, Israel prevailed against the Faroe Islands away from home.

But that wasn’t enough for Zahavi. The Faroe kicker made a serious mistake in the defense shortly before the break, which went unpunished. Zahavi completed the following action with a long shot from around 20 meters again worth seeing (44th). Munas Dabbur, whose nomination was also criticized after a controversial Instagram post, made things clear. The attacker scored 3-0 after a corner kick (52nd), before Zahavi added again in stoppage time.

Bosnia-Herzegovina takes points from France

France, on the other hand, had to be satisfied with one point in the duel with Bosnia-Herzegovina. Edin Dzeko (36th) managed the surprising lead for the Bosnians. The striker was also present when he equalized (40th) when he headed Antoine Griezmann in the back after a corner kick. Bosnia’s goalkeeper was only able to clear the deflected ball behind the line.

Edin Dzeko (BIH) scores a goal against France

APA/AFP/Franck Fife

Edin Dzeko gave Bosnia-Herzegovina a 1-0 lead against France in the 36th minute

The second half started badly for the French: Julen Kounde slipped into Sead Kolasinac’s legs and saw the red card after studying VAR (51st). The French even had to tremble shortly before the end when the substitute ex-Salzburg player Smail Prevljak had a chance. They still keep first place in the group.

Haaland helps Norway to draw

The Netherlands also had to be content with a 1-1 draw in Norway in the first game after the comeback of bond coach Louis van Gaal. Erling Haaland put the Scandinavians in the lead (20th) and hit the bar in the second half with one chance to make it 2-1.

Haaland hits the bar

The Netherlands had to be content with a 1-1 draw in Norway in the first game after the comeback of bond coach Louis van Gaal.

Davy Klaassen (37th) scored the equalizer for ?Oranje? before the break. Turkey missed it with a 2-2 win against Montenegro to extend their lead in Group G.

) [summary] => Recently returned to his former club, Manchester United, Ronaldo has now played 179 games for Portugal. “I’m so happy. Not just because I broke the record, but about the special moment we had, ?Ronaldo told Irish TV broadcaster RTE. Two goals at the end of the game are very special. He appreciates what the team ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Recently returned to his former club, Manchester United, Ronaldo has now played 179 games for Portugal. “I’m so happy. Not just because I broke the record, but about the special moment we had, ?Ronaldo told Irish TV broadcaster RTE.

Two goals at the end of the game are very special. He appreciates what the team has done, said Ronaldo. ?We believed in ourselves until the very end.? The evening started badly for Ronaldo. Ireland’s 19-year-old goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu initiated a penalty foul with a bad pass, but then parried the striker’s penalty (15th).

AP / Armando Franca

Cristiano Ronaldo became the match winner and the record holder for team goals with his late goals

“Icon and role model”

Diogo Jota then hit the bar for the Portuguese before John Egan (45th) even gave the Irish the lead after a corner. The strong team didn?t miss this, as Portugal missed good chances – before Ronaldo headed twice in the 89th and 96th minutes. After his second goal, he took off his jersey and celebrated wildly. He accepted the yellow card that was traded for it with a smile.

FIFA also congratulated them afterwards. ?In addition to being a national hero, you have become an international icon and role model for players around the world. Their skills and constant pursuit of improvement deserve worldwide recognition and admiration. Parabens (all the best, note), Cristiano! ?Said FIFA President Gianni Infantino in a statement.

Denmark unstoppable

Denmark is just as unstoppable as Ronaldo. The European Championship semi-finalist also won his fourth appearance in qualifying for the tournament in Qatar with a 2-0 (2-0) win against Scotland.

Denmark continues winning run

Denmark is in the World Cup qualification in FB Group F with a pure white vest. After the 2-0 win in their home game against Scotland, Denmark holds the point maximum.

In the group with Austria, the Danes have cemented first place through their success against the former first pursuer. Israel, the Austrians’ upcoming opponent in Haifa on Saturday, won 4-0 (2-0) in the Faroe Islands.

Scotland does not see a ball

The Danes made short work of it in Copenhagen. Right-back Daniel Wass (14th) hit his head after a wide cross, before left-back Joakim Maehle (15th) added just over a minute later. On both occasions, Scotland’s defenses were unsettled.

Joakim Maehle (DEN) scores a goal against Scotland

APA / AFP / Ritzau Scanpix / Mads Claus Rasmussen

Denmark quickly made it 2-0 against Scotland. Here the second gate by Joakim Maehle (15th).

The world number eleventh could have topped up after half an hour through Yussuf Poulsen, but Craig Gordon in the goal of the guests prevented worse. The 38-year-old Hearts keeper took care of the case instead of David Marshall.

With the Danes, Salzburg’s Rasmus Kristensen sat on the bench. Both teams struggled with a few failures before the game. The home side apparently made this much less to create. The Scots did not have a single ball contact in the opponent’s penalty area in the entire first half of the game. For Denmark it is now on Saturday away against the Faroe Islands for victory number five.

Zahavi shoots Israel to victory

Israel’s selection with team boss Willi Ruttensteiner could rely on his record scorer in Torshavn. The Faroese began briskly, but a counter-attack by the Israelis, who had entered the 3-5-2 system, found its way straight into the goal. Eran Zahavi started a solo run and hit from the edge of the penalty area with his left exactly into the Kreuzeck (12th). It was the 335th goal of his professional career for the 34-year-old PSV Eindhoven striker. He exceeded the national record of Alon Mizrahi.

Zahavi show at victory in Faroe Islands

With a clear 4-0, Israel prevailed against the Faroe Islands away from home.

But that wasn’t enough for Zahavi. The Faroe kicker made a serious mistake in the defense shortly before the break, which went unpunished. Zahavi completed the following action with a long shot from around 20 meters again worth seeing (44th). Munas Dabbur, whose nomination was also criticized after a controversial Instagram post, made things clear. The attacker scored 3-0 after a corner kick (52nd), before Zahavi added again in stoppage time.

Bosnia-Herzegovina takes points from France

France, on the other hand, had to be satisfied with one point in the duel with Bosnia-Herzegovina. Edin Dzeko (36th) managed the surprising lead for the Bosnians. The striker was also present when he equalized (40th) when he headed Antoine Griezmann in the back after a corner kick. Bosnia’s goalkeeper was only able to clear the deflected ball behind the line.

Edin Dzeko (BIH) scores a goal against France

APA/AFP/Franck Fife

Edin Dzeko gave Bosnia-Herzegovina a 1-0 lead against France in the 36th minute

The second half started badly for the French: Julen Kounde slipped into Sead Kolasinac’s legs and saw the red card after studying VAR (51st). The French even had to tremble shortly before the end when the substitute ex-Salzburg player Smail Prevljak had a chance. They still keep first place in the group.

Haaland helps Norway to draw

The Netherlands also had to be content with a 1-1 draw in Norway in the first game after the comeback of bond coach Louis van Gaal. Erling Haaland put the Scandinavians in the lead (20th) and hit the bar in the second half with one chance to make it 2-1.

Haaland hits the bar

The Netherlands had to be content with a 1-1 draw in Norway in the first game after the comeback of bond coach Louis van Gaal.

Davy Klaassen (37th) scored the equalizer for ?Oranje? before the break. Turkey missed it with a 2-2 win against Montenegro to extend their lead in Group G.

[date_timestamp] => 1630545192 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Thanks to Haaland: Norway surprised against the Netherlands [link] => https://movs.world/thanks-to-haaland-norway-surprised-against-the-netherlands-2/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Thu, 02 Sep 2021 00:42:47 +0000 [category] => sportDavy KlaassenErling HaalandGeorginio WijnaldumHaalandLouis van GaalNetherlandsNorwaySoccerSoccer NetherlandsSoccer NorwaysurprisedWM 2022World Cup qualification [guid] => https://movs.world/thanks-to-haaland-norway-surprised-against-the-netherlands-2/ [description] => The “Tulip General” Louis van Gaal is back in office with the Netherlands. But on his debut there was no win for “Oranje”. Because Norway’s Erling Haaland had something against it. Photo series with 16 pictures The Netherlands suffered a bit of a damper in qualifying for the World Cup. In Norway there was only ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The “Tulip General” Louis van Gaal is back in office with the Netherlands. But on his debut there was no win for “Oranje”. Because Norway’s Erling Haaland had something against it.

Photo series with 16 pictures

The Netherlands suffered a bit of a damper in qualifying for the World Cup. In Norway there was only a 1: 1 for “Oranje” in the comeback of bond coach Louis van Gaal. The Dutch even lagged behind at times.

That’s how the game went

In Oslo, both teams started very aggressively, it was fast going back and forth in the “Ullevaal Stadion”. There were some chances but no goals yet. BVB striker Erling Haaland had the best in the 16th minute after a strong pass from Frankfurt’s Jens Petter Hauge. But Haaland failed because of “Oranje” goalkeeper Justin Bijlow.

Salvation for the Norwegians came four minutes later when Haaland took a high ball from the half-field, brought it under control and maneuvered it into the goal. The 21-year-old had some help from Virgil van Dijk, who shot the ball in his foot. From there, the game device jumped towards the goal and wriggled in the net.

The Norwegian jump after the 1-0. (Source: Bildbyran / imago images)

As a result, the Netherlands increased the pressure – and came to an equalization. The former Bremer Davy Klaassen exploited a cross from Georginio Wijnaldum to 1: 1 (36th minute). In the second half, the selection of Bondscoach van Gaal was stronger, but could rarely convert possession into scoring opportunities. Norway, on the other hand, lurked on the counterattack and almost equalized. Again it was Haaland who appeared dangerously in front of the box, but his shot in the 64th minute landed on the inside post.

So it stayed at 1-1 in Oslo. so both teams have seven points in their account after four games. Turkey is first in the group with eight points. The Netherlands face Montenegro on Saturday, Norway face Latvia.

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) [summary] => The “Tulip General” Louis van Gaal is back in office with the Netherlands. But on his debut there was no win for “Oranje”. Because Norway’s Erling Haaland had something against it. Photo series with 16 pictures The Netherlands suffered a bit of a damper in qualifying for the World Cup. In Norway there was only ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The “Tulip General” Louis van Gaal is back in office with the Netherlands. But on his debut there was no win for “Oranje”. Because Norway’s Erling Haaland had something against it.

Photo series with 16 pictures

The Netherlands suffered a bit of a damper in qualifying for the World Cup. In Norway there was only a 1: 1 for “Oranje” in the comeback of bond coach Louis van Gaal. The Dutch even lagged behind at times.

That’s how the game went

In Oslo, both teams started very aggressively, it was fast going back and forth in the “Ullevaal Stadion”. There were some chances but no goals yet. BVB striker Erling Haaland had the best in the 16th minute after a strong pass from Frankfurt’s Jens Petter Hauge. But Haaland failed because of “Oranje” goalkeeper Justin Bijlow.

Salvation for the Norwegians came four minutes later when Haaland took a high ball from the half-field, brought it under control and maneuvered it into the goal. The 21-year-old had some help from Virgil van Dijk, who shot the ball in his foot. From there, the game device jumped towards the goal and wriggled in the net.

The Norwegian jump after the 1-0. (Source: Bildbyran / imago images)

As a result, the Netherlands increased the pressure – and came to an equalization. The former Bremer Davy Klaassen exploited a cross from Georginio Wijnaldum to 1: 1 (36th minute). In the second half, the selection of Bondscoach van Gaal was stronger, but could rarely convert possession into scoring opportunities. Norway, on the other hand, lurked on the counterattack and almost equalized. Again it was Haaland who appeared dangerously in front of the box, but his shot in the 64th minute landed on the inside post.

So it stayed at 1-1 in Oslo. so both teams have seven points in their account after four games. Turkey is first in the group with eight points. The Netherlands face Montenegro on Saturday, Norway face Latvia.

.

[date_timestamp] => 1630543367 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Audi, when the challenge changes the company: this is how the advanced electric car is born [link] => https://movs.world/audi-when-the-challenge-changes-the-company-this-is-how-the-advanced-electric-car-is-born/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Sep 2021 23:09:49 +0000 [category] => sportAdvancedaudiborncarchallengecompanyconnected carelectricElectric carpremoum greentransformation [guid] => https://movs.world/audi-when-the-challenge-changes-the-company-this-is-how-the-advanced-electric-car-is-born/ [description] => Jan Michel, Audi’s Chief Transition Architect, explained the goals, methods and new concept of brand leadership in a streaming interview. Changes necessary to adapt the company to the new phase that is affecting the automotive sector Andrea Tartaglia @andrea_tarta September 1st – Milano If the automotive sector changes dramatically, manufacturers have to adapt by changing ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Jan Michel, Audi’s Chief Transition Architect, explained the goals, methods and new concept of brand leadership in a streaming interview. Changes necessary to adapt the company to the new phase that is affecting the automotive sector

Andrea Tartaglia

@andrea_tarta

If the automotive sector changes dramatically, manufacturers have to adapt by changing business structures and processes. A concept as simple as it is complex, because it means radically changing rigidly structured companies to do the same thing for decades: build and sell cars. But the car is changing and is going through the biggest and most substantial revolution since mass motorization started. Consequently, those who build and sell vehicles must rethink the company organization, so as to be able to manage the transformation taking place without undergoing it. The impact these changes are having on a company like Audi is particularly, particularly on the activities of the company’s technical development department. Jan Michel, Chief Transition Architect, explained the goals, methods and new concept of brand leadership in a streaming interview.

What does the transformation it is undergoing mean for Audi?
Our industry is becoming more and more complex. Over the past few decades, the business model was relatively simple: we sold vehicles. Now we have to think in completely new terms about the mobility system as a whole. We must take into account new experiences and new skills, digital ecosystems and the seamless integration of software in our vehicles. All of this, of course, has important implications for technical development.

What kind of implications?
On the one hand, we need new connectivity technologies that create innovative business models, we then have to manage the growing complexity in development and production. In the past we have focused on specific phases of each model: the start of production, the market launch, the mid-life update. Now our development activities must be continuous, our processes, our skills and, most importantly, our mindset must adapt. In other words, we must move away from the traditional way of thinking about production cycles by moving to the concept of continuous development.

What do you think are the main areas of interest?
We cannot afford to focus on single areas: we have to think holistically. The decision to launch only electric vehicles from 2026 onwards gives us the ability to plan with certainty, but until then we will continue to develop the best internal combustion engine technology, while at the same time creating the facilities to fully focus on battery technologies and autonomous driving of level 4 from 2026 onwards. This clarity helps us in project management and financial planning, aligning our skills.

What concrete steps are you taking to transform technical development?
The focus is on systems engineering, which involves completely new processes and working methods moving away from the vertical stiffnesses that have been the standard, especially in the automotive sector, of the last decades.

It seems like a paradigm shift. What exactly does this mean for the structures and the mentality of the technical department?
We no longer think sequentially from procurement to development, production to sales. An example: we must continue to work on the software even after the car is launched on the market, make advances in technology and ensure that the vehicle can be updated. Tasks that are too complex if faced in a rigid vertical mode, which is why we are equipping ourselves with a matrix organization by collaborating between all functional areas.

With the new processes and technologies there are also great changes for those who work in the auto sector. What steps are you taking to improve employee skills?
First of all, effective and interactive communication. We communicate extensively with all of our employees, using a variety of new formats to enforce change from within. We must specify which skills will be needed for which tasks and for which work areas since we no longer operate exclusively in the field of mechanical engineering but a lot in the digital world, from big data to cybersecurity. Not all of these skills are likely to be present within the company.

How are you preparing for the increasingly digital future?
We are currently launching a large number of training measures, for example in the field of autonomous driving. In addition, we are working with universities to offer employees the opportunity to complete a kind of ‘mini-master’s degree’ within six months. In partnership with THI (the Ingolstadt University of Applied Sciences), we are training our employees in subjects such as electric mobility and high voltage batteries. This allows them to acquire the necessary skills with a variety of external experts.

And what are you doing to give your employees a sense of security and positivity towards the change taking place?
We need to make the measures so attractive that our employees see us as an opportunity for themselves. This also means that, as a company, we need to open up in terms of work culture. This is why we are working on our attitude, on our identity and on how we collaborate. We have a clear vision of development and many R&D employees are highly motivated and eager to work together to achieve new things.

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) [summary] => Jan Michel, Audi’s Chief Transition Architect, explained the goals, methods and new concept of brand leadership in a streaming interview. Changes necessary to adapt the company to the new phase that is affecting the automotive sector Andrea Tartaglia @andrea_tarta September 1st – Milano If the automotive sector changes dramatically, manufacturers have to adapt by changing ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Jan Michel, Audi’s Chief Transition Architect, explained the goals, methods and new concept of brand leadership in a streaming interview. Changes necessary to adapt the company to the new phase that is affecting the automotive sector

Andrea Tartaglia

@andrea_tarta

If the automotive sector changes dramatically, manufacturers have to adapt by changing business structures and processes. A concept as simple as it is complex, because it means radically changing rigidly structured companies to do the same thing for decades: build and sell cars. But the car is changing and is going through the biggest and most substantial revolution since mass motorization started. Consequently, those who build and sell vehicles must rethink the company organization, so as to be able to manage the transformation taking place without undergoing it. The impact these changes are having on a company like Audi is particularly, particularly on the activities of the company’s technical development department. Jan Michel, Chief Transition Architect, explained the goals, methods and new concept of brand leadership in a streaming interview.

What does the transformation it is undergoing mean for Audi?
Our industry is becoming more and more complex. Over the past few decades, the business model was relatively simple: we sold vehicles. Now we have to think in completely new terms about the mobility system as a whole. We must take into account new experiences and new skills, digital ecosystems and the seamless integration of software in our vehicles. All of this, of course, has important implications for technical development.

What kind of implications?
On the one hand, we need new connectivity technologies that create innovative business models, we then have to manage the growing complexity in development and production. In the past we have focused on specific phases of each model: the start of production, the market launch, the mid-life update. Now our development activities must be continuous, our processes, our skills and, most importantly, our mindset must adapt. In other words, we must move away from the traditional way of thinking about production cycles by moving to the concept of continuous development.

What do you think are the main areas of interest?
We cannot afford to focus on single areas: we have to think holistically. The decision to launch only electric vehicles from 2026 onwards gives us the ability to plan with certainty, but until then we will continue to develop the best internal combustion engine technology, while at the same time creating the facilities to fully focus on battery technologies and autonomous driving of level 4 from 2026 onwards. This clarity helps us in project management and financial planning, aligning our skills.

What concrete steps are you taking to transform technical development?
The focus is on systems engineering, which involves completely new processes and working methods moving away from the vertical stiffnesses that have been the standard, especially in the automotive sector, of the last decades.

It seems like a paradigm shift. What exactly does this mean for the structures and the mentality of the technical department?
We no longer think sequentially from procurement to development, production to sales. An example: we must continue to work on the software even after the car is launched on the market, make advances in technology and ensure that the vehicle can be updated. Tasks that are too complex if faced in a rigid vertical mode, which is why we are equipping ourselves with a matrix organization by collaborating between all functional areas.

With the new processes and technologies there are also great changes for those who work in the auto sector. What steps are you taking to improve employee skills?
First of all, effective and interactive communication. We communicate extensively with all of our employees, using a variety of new formats to enforce change from within. We must specify which skills will be needed for which tasks and for which work areas since we no longer operate exclusively in the field of mechanical engineering but a lot in the digital world, from big data to cybersecurity. Not all of these skills are likely to be present within the company.

How are you preparing for the increasingly digital future?
We are currently launching a large number of training measures, for example in the field of autonomous driving. In addition, we are working with universities to offer employees the opportunity to complete a kind of ‘mini-master’s degree’ within six months. In partnership with THI (the Ingolstadt University of Applied Sciences), we are training our employees in subjects such as electric mobility and high voltage batteries. This allows them to acquire the necessary skills with a variety of external experts.

And what are you doing to give your employees a sense of security and positivity towards the change taking place?
We need to make the measures so attractive that our employees see us as an opportunity for themselves. This also means that, as a company, we need to open up in terms of work culture. This is why we are working on our attitude, on our identity and on how we collaborate. We have a clear vision of development and many R&D employees are highly motivated and eager to work together to achieve new things.

.

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He left a mark on history. Angela Rullo. Modenese, players’ agent and intermediary, was the first woman in history to negotiate a transfer to Saudi Arabia, as reported by Calciomercato.com on 21 August. The transition to Al-Tai’s Cephas Malele, former Palermo Swiss striker, bears his signature. And this is an operation whose significance goes far beyond football, as it marks a very important step in reducing the gender gap in the world of football, as well as breaking down a cultural barrier that seemed insurmountable only a week ago.

Born in 1986, from Modena, Rullo has established his business in England. And from there he is climbing positions in a world that remains predominantly male. The transfer of Malele is a very important stage, but it is certainly not a point of arrival.

?The path that led Malele to Saudi Arabia – he says during a telephone conversation with Calciomercato.com – started from my initiative. I studied which could be the most suitable football market for my client and after having made a careful evaluation I felt that the Arab area, or the Middle East in general, were the right contexts for him. I proposed Malele’s name to the clubs I have contacts with in that area and the negotiations went very quickly, compared to European standards “.

This detail is interesting. What are the most evident differences between these two worlds?
?The Arabs, when they arrive, are able to close a deal immediately, within the day. This is not the case with European negotiations, which follow much more complex formal rites. Among other things, the Arabs have the habit of conducting negotiations during the night. They made the offer arrive at 11pm and we made the deal that it was 5am. As for the speed of negotiations, it is a cultural fact. The Arabs are not dealing much. They start from a good economic base, they present an offer that is often advantageous but from there they tend not to move. Compared to Europeans, they follow protocols less and go straight to the point ?.

How was the agreement received by your client?

?Malele was also very happy with the way he was received. The club president said he was the first choice and that was very gratifying. Among other things, the boy speaks 6 languages, he is Muslim like his father (his mother is Christian), so he is in a position to be at ease. We are all very happy ?.

The most important element in this transfer is that it was a female agent who mediated it. What arouses further stir when one looks at the fact that this happened in Saudi Arabia. It can’t have been easy.
?I can say that in itself it was not easy to do this job from the beginning, because I often had to deal with the snobbish attitude of many company managers, but also of many colleagues. I went on anyway. Clearly, in the countries of the Middle East, skepticism and surprise are much more evident. Over there, the role of women is not what we are used to in the West. In the case that concerns me, the executives who conducted the negotiation with me were surprised by a woman sitting at the negotiating table. But once the ice broke, things turned out for the best. It was necessary to keep physical distances, to avoid handshakes and on my part to dress according to the customs of the place. But I was allowed to keep my face uncovered. I add that I was treated with extreme respect. Just as the reception of Arab women was very positive when the next day, with Malele, I went to a shopping center. Seeing a Western woman showing her face made a great impression ?.

Do you think you have made a contribution to cultural change?
?I think I have shown that certain things can be done. Going there I adapted to using their costumes, adapting to their way of dressing, but also on their part there was an effort to adapt. It was an important step that I believe can have a sequel. But I also like to think that it is a signal for many colleagues who want to pursue this career. It is not a world of men only, you just have to believe in it ?.

One last thing: why did you decide to base in London instead of Italy?
?I am convinced that in Italy I would never have had certain chances. I certainly wouldn’t have had autonomy. There is no counter-proof, but I can say that in London I had some opportunities and I took advantage of them. That’s fine ?.

@Pippoevai

) [summary] => He left a mark on history. Angela Rullo. Modenese, players’ agent and intermediary, was the first woman in history to negotiate a transfer to Saudi Arabia, as reported by Calciomercato.com on 21 August. The transition to Al-Tai’s Cephas Malele, former Palermo Swiss striker, bears his signature. And this is an operation whose significance goes far ... Read more [atom_content] =>

He left a mark on history. Angela Rullo. Modenese, players’ agent and intermediary, was the first woman in history to negotiate a transfer to Saudi Arabia, as reported by Calciomercato.com on 21 August. The transition to Al-Tai’s Cephas Malele, former Palermo Swiss striker, bears his signature. And this is an operation whose significance goes far beyond football, as it marks a very important step in reducing the gender gap in the world of football, as well as breaking down a cultural barrier that seemed insurmountable only a week ago.

Born in 1986, from Modena, Rullo has established his business in England. And from there he is climbing positions in a world that remains predominantly male. The transfer of Malele is a very important stage, but it is certainly not a point of arrival.

?The path that led Malele to Saudi Arabia – he says during a telephone conversation with Calciomercato.com – started from my initiative. I studied which could be the most suitable football market for my client and after having made a careful evaluation I felt that the Arab area, or the Middle East in general, were the right contexts for him. I proposed Malele’s name to the clubs I have contacts with in that area and the negotiations went very quickly, compared to European standards “.

This detail is interesting. What are the most evident differences between these two worlds?
?The Arabs, when they arrive, are able to close a deal immediately, within the day. This is not the case with European negotiations, which follow much more complex formal rites. Among other things, the Arabs have the habit of conducting negotiations during the night. They made the offer arrive at 11pm and we made the deal that it was 5am. As for the speed of negotiations, it is a cultural fact. The Arabs are not dealing much. They start from a good economic base, they present an offer that is often advantageous but from there they tend not to move. Compared to Europeans, they follow protocols less and go straight to the point ?.

How was the agreement received by your client?

?Malele was also very happy with the way he was received. The club president said he was the first choice and that was very gratifying. Among other things, the boy speaks 6 languages, he is Muslim like his father (his mother is Christian), so he is in a position to be at ease. We are all very happy ?.

The most important element in this transfer is that it was a female agent who mediated it. What arouses further stir when one looks at the fact that this happened in Saudi Arabia. It can’t have been easy.
?I can say that in itself it was not easy to do this job from the beginning, because I often had to deal with the snobbish attitude of many company managers, but also of many colleagues. I went on anyway. Clearly, in the countries of the Middle East, skepticism and surprise are much more evident. Over there, the role of women is not what we are used to in the West. In the case that concerns me, the executives who conducted the negotiation with me were surprised by a woman sitting at the negotiating table. But once the ice broke, things turned out for the best. It was necessary to keep physical distances, to avoid handshakes and on my part to dress according to the customs of the place. But I was allowed to keep my face uncovered. I add that I was treated with extreme respect. Just as the reception of Arab women was very positive when the next day, with Malele, I went to a shopping center. Seeing a Western woman showing her face made a great impression ?.

Do you think you have made a contribution to cultural change?
?I think I have shown that certain things can be done. Going there I adapted to using their costumes, adapting to their way of dressing, but also on their part there was an effort to adapt. It was an important step that I believe can have a sequel. But I also like to think that it is a signal for many colleagues who want to pursue this career. It is not a world of men only, you just have to believe in it ?.

One last thing: why did you decide to base in London instead of Italy?
?I am convinced that in Italy I would never have had certain chances. I certainly wouldn’t have had autonomy. There is no counter-proof, but I can say that in London I had some opportunities and I took advantage of them. That’s fine ?.

@Pippoevai

[date_timestamp] => 1630524757 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Russia beaten 3-0 and Mazzanti?s girls fly to the semifinals [link] => https://movs.world/russia-beaten-3-0-and-mazzantis-girls-fly-to-the-semifinals/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Sep 2021 18:30:37 +0000 [category] => sport3-0beatenEuropean women's volleyballflygirlsItaly-RussiaMazzantisRussiasemifinals [guid] => https://movs.world/russia-beaten-3-0-and-mazzantis-girls-fly-to-the-semifinals/ [description] => All easy for theItaly of women’s volleyball. After the disappointments of Tokyo 2020, coach Mazzanti’s blues immediately had the opportunity to make up for them Belgrade European Championships. After beating Belgium, the Italian women’s volleyball team also won against the Russia and flies to the semifinals, where he will face theNetherlands. Read also> Paralympics, the ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

All easy for theItaly of women’s volleyball. After the disappointments of Tokyo 2020, coach Mazzanti’s blues immediately had the opportunity to make up for them Belgrade European Championships. After beating Belgium, the Italian women’s volleyball team also won against the Russia and flies to the semifinals, where he will face theNetherlands.

Read also> Paralympics, the rain of blue medals continues in Tokyo 2020: 1 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronzes

I quarter-finals of the European Women’s Volleyball Championships they have been without history. Russia surrenders to Italy with a sharp 3 to 0. Alla Stark Arena in Belgrade Egonu and comrades annihilate Russia with partials of 25-20, 25-8 e 25-15. In the semifinals, with the Netherlands, it will be a completely different game for coach Mazzanti’s girls: the oranges have international champions in their ranks and many of them play in our league.

Italy had to play in the quarters struggle only in the first set to break down the Russian wall, then the other two partials testify to the good performance of an Italy who took the chair for quickly forget the Olympic disappointment. Sergio Busato, Russian coach from Veneto, after the efforts of the Tokyo Olympic Games he left home some of the big names of the team, among all the Goncharova. Italy, on the other hand, has immediately shown that it cares a lot for this European with Mazzanti who has summoned the whole group.

The blues today appeared very determined and did not allow themselves those drops in tension that had characterized their recent performances. Coach Mazzanti declares himself satisfied with the Rai microphones after the game: Today I have seen several beautiful things. We have the right sensations to play a good volleyball. When we were conservative, in some races, we did badly. Today, however, the girls they were brave, we risked well and a lot and left little room for our opponents. In attack we did very well. Sylla she found continuity, she had fun, I think, not only in the balance game but also in the attack phase. L’Netherlands? We’ll think about it from tonight. It’s a European semifinal: it will surely be difficult. I don’t know what to expect from Holland, which is a bit different from what we have seen in the last precedents.

Without history. The Italy of the women’s volleyball at the Stark Arena in Belgrade, dominates Russia, 3-0, winning the pass for the semifinals of the European Championships. On Friday at 20, again in the Serbian capital, in the match that is worth a place in the final, the blue will face the Netherlands, who beat Sweden 3-0 on Tuesday. Coach Davide Mazzanti’s team had to partially struggle only in the first set, which ended at 25-20. Then (the partials of 25-8 and 25-15 testify) the road went downhill. Nothing to do therefore for the Russians of Sergio Busato, the Venetian coach of Russia who after the fatigue of the Tokyo Olympic Games left home some of the big names of the team, such as the spiker Natalia Goncharova. The Italian national team, on the other hand, is practically full, looking for redemption after the “disappointments” in Cinque Cerchi. The blues today appeared very determined and did not “allow themselves” those drops in tension that had characterized their recent performances.


Last updated: Wednesday 1 September 2021, 7:30 pm



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) [summary] => All easy for theItaly of women’s volleyball. After the disappointments of Tokyo 2020, coach Mazzanti’s blues immediately had the opportunity to make up for them Belgrade European Championships. After beating Belgium, the Italian women’s volleyball team also won against the Russia and flies to the semifinals, where he will face theNetherlands. Read also> Paralympics, the ... Read more [atom_content] =>

All easy for theItaly of women’s volleyball. After the disappointments of Tokyo 2020, coach Mazzanti’s blues immediately had the opportunity to make up for them Belgrade European Championships. After beating Belgium, the Italian women’s volleyball team also won against the Russia and flies to the semifinals, where he will face theNetherlands.

Read also> Paralympics, the rain of blue medals continues in Tokyo 2020: 1 gold, 1 silver and 2 bronzes

I quarter-finals of the European Women’s Volleyball Championships they have been without history. Russia surrenders to Italy with a sharp 3 to 0. Alla Stark Arena in Belgrade Egonu and comrades annihilate Russia with partials of 25-20, 25-8 e 25-15. In the semifinals, with the Netherlands, it will be a completely different game for coach Mazzanti’s girls: the oranges have international champions in their ranks and many of them play in our league.

Italy had to play in the quarters struggle only in the first set to break down the Russian wall, then the other two partials testify to the good performance of an Italy who took the chair for quickly forget the Olympic disappointment. Sergio Busato, Russian coach from Veneto, after the efforts of the Tokyo Olympic Games he left home some of the big names of the team, among all the Goncharova. Italy, on the other hand, has immediately shown that it cares a lot for this European with Mazzanti who has summoned the whole group.

The blues today appeared very determined and did not allow themselves those drops in tension that had characterized their recent performances. Coach Mazzanti declares himself satisfied with the Rai microphones after the game: Today I have seen several beautiful things. We have the right sensations to play a good volleyball. When we were conservative, in some races, we did badly. Today, however, the girls they were brave, we risked well and a lot and left little room for our opponents. In attack we did very well. Sylla she found continuity, she had fun, I think, not only in the balance game but also in the attack phase. L’Netherlands? We’ll think about it from tonight. It’s a European semifinal: it will surely be difficult. I don’t know what to expect from Holland, which is a bit different from what we have seen in the last precedents.

Without history. The Italy of the women’s volleyball at the Stark Arena in Belgrade, dominates Russia, 3-0, winning the pass for the semifinals of the European Championships. On Friday at 20, again in the Serbian capital, in the match that is worth a place in the final, the blue will face the Netherlands, who beat Sweden 3-0 on Tuesday. Coach Davide Mazzanti’s team had to partially struggle only in the first set, which ended at 25-20. Then (the partials of 25-8 and 25-15 testify) the road went downhill. Nothing to do therefore for the Russians of Sergio Busato, the Venetian coach of Russia who after the fatigue of the Tokyo Olympic Games left home some of the big names of the team, such as the spiker Natalia Goncharova. The Italian national team, on the other hand, is practically full, looking for redemption after the “disappointments” in Cinque Cerchi. The blues today appeared very determined and did not “allow themselves” those drops in tension that had characterized their recent performances.


Last updated: Wednesday 1 September 2021, 7:30 pm



REPRODUCTION RESERVED

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[date_timestamp] => 1630521037 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => contagions region by region and all data on hospitalizations (table) [link] => https://movs.world/contagions-region-by-region-and-all-data-on-hospitalizations-table/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Sep 2021 17:59:43 +0000 [category] => sportcontagioncontagionscoronaviruscoronavirus bulletincoviddataepidemichospitalizationsnew casesregiontableterapie intensive [guid] => https://movs.world/contagions-region-by-region-and-all-data-on-hospitalizations-table/ [description] => There is comforting news on the epidemic front. The bulletin of today 1 September records 6,503 new cases out of over 300 thousand swabs and 69 deaths. The positivity rate was 2.1%. The first positive news is that the positive trend of hospitalizations continues. The number of people hospitalized in ordinary wards fell by -21. ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

There is comforting news on the epidemic front. The bulletin of today 1 September records 6,503 new cases out of over 300 thousand swabs and 69 deaths. The positivity rate was 2.1%. The first positive news is that the positive trend of hospitalizations continues. The number of people hospitalized in ordinary wards fell by -21. Intensive therapies also drop (-4). In total, 540 patients were admitted to critical area wards with 40 admissions in the last 24 hours. As for the cases, we are still in a substantial plateau phase: there are 16,258 infections detected between Monday and Wednesday against 17,792 last week. However, there is a very slight decrease which bodes well. Sicily, on the other hand, is confirmed as the first Italian region for infections.

Coronavirus, today’s bulletin Wednesday 1 September 2021

Below all the updates on the epidemiological situation and the table with the numbers of the Ministry of Health.

The bulletin of today 1 September in Pdf

Coronavirus, new cases and hospitalizations. Updates from the regions

There are 688 new Covid positives recorded in Lombardy in the last 24 hours, while the deaths are 6. The number of hospitalizations in intensive care is rising: 46 (+1) while the patients not hospitalized in intensive care are 359 (+6).

The new positives continue to rise in Veneto, where in the last 24 hours there have been another 691 new cases and two deaths. In terms of hospital admissions, the number of patients remains stable: with 232 (-2) hospitalized in ordinary wards and 54 (+1) in intensive care. The people currently positive and in isolation in the region are 12,795 (-109).

There are 141 coronavirus infections in Friuli Venezia Giulia today, 1 September 2021. Today there are 2 deaths: a 92-year-old woman from Trieste and an 83-year-old woman from Cormons. The number of people hospitalized in intensive care has dropped to 12 and 53 are hospitalized in other departments.

In Emilia-Romagna there were 383 cases of positivity. The victims are two. The percentage of new positives on the number of swabs made since yesterday is 1.2%. These are the data, ascertained at 12 noon today on the basis of institutional requests, relating to the progress of the epidemic in the region.

In Tuscany there are 538 confirmed cases of coronavirus. There are 466 hospitalized patients (7 fewer than yesterday), of which 51 are in intensive care (3 fewer). Today there are 7 new deaths: 4 men and 3 women with an average age of 74 years.

In Umbria there are 134 new coronavirus cases registered today. In the ‘Covid Hospitals’ the total number of hospitalized patients dropped to 51 (-3) and the number of those in intensive care remained stable at 6.

Today in Lazio there are 350 new positive cases, 3 deaths (-2), 448 hospitalized (-14), 71 intensive care (-1) and 838 recovered. The ratio of positives to buffers is 1.6%. Cases in Rome city are at 108. Hospitalizations and intensive care are decreasing, while cases are decreasing on a weekly basis.

There are 110 new positive cases of Covid registered today in Abruzzo. The death toll of patients records a new case and rises to 2,530 (it is an 89 year old from the province of Chieti, whose death occurred in recent days, but was only communicated today by the ASL). 87 patients (-2 compared to yesterday) are hospitalized in the medical area; 6 (-1 compared to yesterday) in intensive care.

There are 298 new daily Covid cases in Puglia. One death has been reported in the last 24 hours with the total since the beginning of the pandemic at 6,713. 4,500 people are currently positive (-101 compared to yesterday). The total hospitalized patients are 254 (+1) of which 234 in non-critical area (-2) and 20 in intensive care (+3).

In Campania the positives of the day are 491, 5 victims in the last 48 hours and 6 previously died but recorded yesterday. There are 656 intensive care beds available on a regional basis, 22 intensive care beds are available, while 3,160 hospital beds are available, including Covid beds and a private offer, of which 373 are employed.

Sicily is confirmed as the first Italian region for infections. Today there are 1,155 new cases of Covid19 registered in the last 24 hours on the island compared to 20,959 swabs processed in Sicily. The incidence rises to 5.3 yesterday was 5.1%. The current positives are 28,300 with a decrease of 143 cases. The healed are 1,271 while there are another 27 victims which bring the total deaths to 6,369.

Three other deaths of Coronavirus in Sardinia where there are 389 new cases of positivity, while 230 (-10), 24 (-3) hospitalized patients in intensive care. There are 7,281 people in home isolation (122 fewer than yesterday).

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) [summary] => There is comforting news on the epidemic front. The bulletin of today 1 September records 6,503 new cases out of over 300 thousand swabs and 69 deaths. The positivity rate was 2.1%. The first positive news is that the positive trend of hospitalizations continues. The number of people hospitalized in ordinary wards fell by -21. ... Read more [atom_content] =>

There is comforting news on the epidemic front. The bulletin of today 1 September records 6,503 new cases out of over 300 thousand swabs and 69 deaths. The positivity rate was 2.1%. The first positive news is that the positive trend of hospitalizations continues. The number of people hospitalized in ordinary wards fell by -21. Intensive therapies also drop (-4). In total, 540 patients were admitted to critical area wards with 40 admissions in the last 24 hours. As for the cases, we are still in a substantial plateau phase: there are 16,258 infections detected between Monday and Wednesday against 17,792 last week. However, there is a very slight decrease which bodes well. Sicily, on the other hand, is confirmed as the first Italian region for infections.

Coronavirus, today’s bulletin Wednesday 1 September 2021

Below all the updates on the epidemiological situation and the table with the numbers of the Ministry of Health.

The bulletin of today 1 September in Pdf

Coronavirus, new cases and hospitalizations. Updates from the regions

There are 688 new Covid positives recorded in Lombardy in the last 24 hours, while the deaths are 6. The number of hospitalizations in intensive care is rising: 46 (+1) while the patients not hospitalized in intensive care are 359 (+6).

The new positives continue to rise in Veneto, where in the last 24 hours there have been another 691 new cases and two deaths. In terms of hospital admissions, the number of patients remains stable: with 232 (-2) hospitalized in ordinary wards and 54 (+1) in intensive care. The people currently positive and in isolation in the region are 12,795 (-109).

There are 141 coronavirus infections in Friuli Venezia Giulia today, 1 September 2021. Today there are 2 deaths: a 92-year-old woman from Trieste and an 83-year-old woman from Cormons. The number of people hospitalized in intensive care has dropped to 12 and 53 are hospitalized in other departments.

In Emilia-Romagna there were 383 cases of positivity. The victims are two. The percentage of new positives on the number of swabs made since yesterday is 1.2%. These are the data, ascertained at 12 noon today on the basis of institutional requests, relating to the progress of the epidemic in the region.

In Tuscany there are 538 confirmed cases of coronavirus. There are 466 hospitalized patients (7 fewer than yesterday), of which 51 are in intensive care (3 fewer). Today there are 7 new deaths: 4 men and 3 women with an average age of 74 years.

In Umbria there are 134 new coronavirus cases registered today. In the ‘Covid Hospitals’ the total number of hospitalized patients dropped to 51 (-3) and the number of those in intensive care remained stable at 6.

Today in Lazio there are 350 new positive cases, 3 deaths (-2), 448 hospitalized (-14), 71 intensive care (-1) and 838 recovered. The ratio of positives to buffers is 1.6%. Cases in Rome city are at 108. Hospitalizations and intensive care are decreasing, while cases are decreasing on a weekly basis.

There are 110 new positive cases of Covid registered today in Abruzzo. The death toll of patients records a new case and rises to 2,530 (it is an 89 year old from the province of Chieti, whose death occurred in recent days, but was only communicated today by the ASL). 87 patients (-2 compared to yesterday) are hospitalized in the medical area; 6 (-1 compared to yesterday) in intensive care.

There are 298 new daily Covid cases in Puglia. One death has been reported in the last 24 hours with the total since the beginning of the pandemic at 6,713. 4,500 people are currently positive (-101 compared to yesterday). The total hospitalized patients are 254 (+1) of which 234 in non-critical area (-2) and 20 in intensive care (+3).

In Campania the positives of the day are 491, 5 victims in the last 48 hours and 6 previously died but recorded yesterday. There are 656 intensive care beds available on a regional basis, 22 intensive care beds are available, while 3,160 hospital beds are available, including Covid beds and a private offer, of which 373 are employed.

Sicily is confirmed as the first Italian region for infections. Today there are 1,155 new cases of Covid19 registered in the last 24 hours on the island compared to 20,959 swabs processed in Sicily. The incidence rises to 5.3 yesterday was 5.1%. The current positives are 28,300 with a decrease of 143 cases. The healed are 1,271 while there are another 27 victims which bring the total deaths to 6,369.

Three other deaths of Coronavirus in Sardinia where there are 389 new cases of positivity, while 230 (-10), 24 (-3) hospitalized patients in intensive care. There are 7,281 people in home isolation (122 fewer than yesterday).

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[date_timestamp] => 1630519183 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => The King?s departure for West Ham? It was a last minute drama, Agent Kisel revealed [link] => https://movs.world/the-kings-departure-for-west-ham-it-was-a-last-minute-drama-agent-kisel-revealed/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Sep 2021 16:26:29 +0000 [category] => sportagentdeparturedramafootballHamkingkingsKiselminuterevealedSourWestwest ham [guid] => https://movs.world/the-kings-departure-for-west-ham-it-was-a-last-minute-drama-agent-kisel-revealed/ [description] => Alex King in the colors of Spartak Moscow, this is a thing of the past. spartak.com Were negotiations with West Ham very difficult? Above all, I am glad that everything was realized. After all, we worked on it for a year. It came out last minute, but I’m happy mainly because of Alex, because he ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

spartak.com

Were negotiations with West Ham very difficult?

Above all, I am glad that everything was realized. After all, we worked on it for a year. It came out last minute, but I’m happy mainly because of Alex, because he has peace of mind, he can concentrate on football and move higher with every training and match. After all, the Premier League is the best league in the world and West Ham, which is in second place in the table, is now one of the top teams.

Were there other offers from Europe?

Already when Alex went to Spartak Moscow, we set the next step as a transfer to the Premier League. That worked. There is no point in talking now about whether there were any other offers. Now he has the opportunity to move to a higher level, at which Vl?a Coufal and Tom? Sou?ek are. Or even the English representative of Declan Rice. A big advantage for Alex is that he has partners in the new team, which he knows not only from the national team, but also from his previous work in Slavia.

A dream come true! West Ham is one of the best clubs in the Premier League, September King

Did you have to deal with any more serious setbacks?

In a way, it was a drama until the last minutes before the implementation and closing of the international transfer window. Of course, there were few snags, which is often the case with such transfers. The negotiations were difficult not only in the last days and hours. However, we solved all of them, because all parties were interested in the successful completion of the transfer.

The coming of the King? Sports agent Sou?ek took office again, fans laugh

One thing is the transfer, but the other, very significant, workload of the player. Won’t the King just sit on the bench?

Of course, we talked to West Ham coach David Moyes about this topic, without which we would not have made the transfer. He himself was very interested in Alex’s arrival. West Ham has a challenging program, playing the European League, Premier League, FA Cup and the Carabao Cup. That’s a big portion of the matches, and there’s Alex’s workload on the national team. Of course, he has to work a lot, but Moyes himself said that he would definitely get a chance. It will be important for him to prepare well for her and, as they say, to grab her by the shoulders.

We are talking about a transfer, but for now we are talking about hosting. How can a mandatory option clause be interpreted?

If the conditions set out in the contract between the two clubs are met, which is their internal affair, West Ham must buy Alex. If the conditions are not fully met, West Ham still has the right to exercise the option. But now it’s important for Alex to catch on and play as much as possible.

Done! Another Czech national team will join Sou?ek and Coufal in West Ham

Are you planning any more transfers?

We made a big transfer. The foreign transfer window closed on Wednesday night. The home is still open for a few days, so we want to make some moves within our league. Of course, I will not say the details at the moment.

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) [summary] => Alex King in the colors of Spartak Moscow, this is a thing of the past. spartak.com Were negotiations with West Ham very difficult? Above all, I am glad that everything was realized. After all, we worked on it for a year. It came out last minute, but I’m happy mainly because of Alex, because he ... Read more [atom_content] =>

spartak.com

Were negotiations with West Ham very difficult?

Above all, I am glad that everything was realized. After all, we worked on it for a year. It came out last minute, but I’m happy mainly because of Alex, because he has peace of mind, he can concentrate on football and move higher with every training and match. After all, the Premier League is the best league in the world and West Ham, which is in second place in the table, is now one of the top teams.

Were there other offers from Europe?

Already when Alex went to Spartak Moscow, we set the next step as a transfer to the Premier League. That worked. There is no point in talking now about whether there were any other offers. Now he has the opportunity to move to a higher level, at which Vl?a Coufal and Tom? Sou?ek are. Or even the English representative of Declan Rice. A big advantage for Alex is that he has partners in the new team, which he knows not only from the national team, but also from his previous work in Slavia.

A dream come true! West Ham is one of the best clubs in the Premier League, September King

Did you have to deal with any more serious setbacks?

In a way, it was a drama until the last minutes before the implementation and closing of the international transfer window. Of course, there were few snags, which is often the case with such transfers. The negotiations were difficult not only in the last days and hours. However, we solved all of them, because all parties were interested in the successful completion of the transfer.

The coming of the King? Sports agent Sou?ek took office again, fans laugh

One thing is the transfer, but the other, very significant, workload of the player. Won’t the King just sit on the bench?

Of course, we talked to West Ham coach David Moyes about this topic, without which we would not have made the transfer. He himself was very interested in Alex’s arrival. West Ham has a challenging program, playing the European League, Premier League, FA Cup and the Carabao Cup. That’s a big portion of the matches, and there’s Alex’s workload on the national team. Of course, he has to work a lot, but Moyes himself said that he would definitely get a chance. It will be important for him to prepare well for her and, as they say, to grab her by the shoulders.

We are talking about a transfer, but for now we are talking about hosting. How can a mandatory option clause be interpreted?

If the conditions set out in the contract between the two clubs are met, which is their internal affair, West Ham must buy Alex. If the conditions are not fully met, West Ham still has the right to exercise the option. But now it’s important for Alex to catch on and play as much as possible.

Done! Another Czech national team will join Sou?ek and Coufal in West Ham

Are you planning any more transfers?

We made a big transfer. The foreign transfer window closed on Wednesday night. The home is still open for a few days, so we want to make some moves within our league. Of course, I will not say the details at the moment.

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[date_timestamp] => 1630513589 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => World Cup qualification: flawless Danes plan to march through [link] => https://movs.world/world-cup-qualification-flawless-danes-plan-to-march-through/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Sep 2021 15:55:36 +0000 [category] => sportCupDanesflawlessMarchplanqualificationworld [guid] => https://movs.world/world-cup-qualification-flawless-danes-plan-to-march-through/ [description] => Meanwhile, the Scots are plagued by problems. Before competing in the Parken Stadium, Aston Villas John McGinn and Nathan Patterson of the Glasgow Rangers dropped out two players due to coronavirus infections. Patterson had to decline as a direct contact. James Forrest and Greg Taylor from Celtic are injured and will be missing against Austria ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Meanwhile, the Scots are plagued by problems. Before competing in the Parken Stadium, Aston Villas John McGinn and Nathan Patterson of the Glasgow Rangers dropped out two players due to coronavirus infections. Patterson had to decline as a direct contact. James Forrest and Greg Taylor from Celtic are injured and will be missing against Austria on Tuesday (8.45 p.m., live on ORF1) in Vienna.

Previously, Manchester United’s Scott McTominay retired after groin surgery and Southampton’s Stuart Armstrong retired with a calf lesion. It’s very disappointing, ?said Scotland head coach Steve Clarke. He also has to do without his new assistant coach Austin McPhee, who also gave a positive coronavirus test. Hearts manager Steven Naismith will replace McPhee.

Reuters/Lee Smith

Scotland team boss Steve Clarke demanded a lot of improvisational talent

Scots and Danes with staff concerns

Midfielder McGinn, who scored the 2-2 draw against Austria in Glasgow in March, could at least be available again after the game in Denmark, like right-back Patterson. As McGinn wrote on Twitter over the weekend, he has no symptoms. Clarke practiced optimism. ?I think we are still ready for Denmark.? On Saturday, the British, who were eliminated from the group stage after the group stage, will have a home appearance against outsiders Moldova.

Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand has similar concerns. Missing from his squad are strikers Martin Braithwaite (FC Barcelona) and Kasper Dolberg (Nice), who are injured in the knee. Seven players on the original call-up list have now had to cancel. It was initially unclear who would be available for the games on Saturday and Tuesday. ?Our plan has been overturned. But now other players have a chance to show themselves, ?said Hjulmand.

The head coach emphasized that one could not count on the successes at the European Championships – when the semi-finals against England only ended after the extension. “We have to look at what lies ahead of us and not what happened in the summer.” Like other national coaches, Hjulmand saw the schedule of the World Cup qualifying triple as problematic. ?Three games in six days at this point in the season is a little over the top,? he said. With nine counters, the Danes could of course already plan for Qatar.

Turbulent preparation in Israel

Willi Ruttensteiner’s Israel traveled to the North Atlantic before the home game against Austria on Saturday in Haifa. In Torshavn in the Faroe Islands, a slip-up is forbidden for the Israelis who hold four counters like the red-white-red selection. There was a delay in arrival due to the bad weather. Otherwise, the preparation was anything but harmonious.

Munas Dabbur (ISR)

Reuters/Ronen Zvulun

An Instagram post by the ex-Salzburg resident Dabbur caused some excitement in May

There was anger around attacker Munas Dabbur after he caused a stir with an Instagram post during the escalating conflict between Israel and the Palestinians in May. “God will judge those who caused the injustice,” wrote the Arab-born Hoffenheim striker. Dabbur was initially suspended from the national team, but has now returned. According to media reports, Dabbur wanted to talk to his teammates in the Faroe Islands.

Ruttensteiner was reportedly criticized by association members for his decision. As the newspaper “Jedi’ot Acharonot” wrote at the beginning of the week, a farewell to the Austrian in November is conceivable. Then Israel could have lost its chances of participating in the World Cup. Ruttensteiner was quoted as saying: ?I prefer not to deal with postings, but to advance the preparation for the upcoming games. I only deal with the success of the team. “

) [summary] => Meanwhile, the Scots are plagued by problems. Before competing in the Parken Stadium, Aston Villas John McGinn and Nathan Patterson of the Glasgow Rangers dropped out two players due to coronavirus infections. Patterson had to decline as a direct contact. James Forrest and Greg Taylor from Celtic are injured and will be missing against Austria ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Meanwhile, the Scots are plagued by problems. Before competing in the Parken Stadium, Aston Villas John McGinn and Nathan Patterson of the Glasgow Rangers dropped out two players due to coronavirus infections. Patterson had to decline as a direct contact. James Forrest and Greg Taylor from Celtic are injured and will be missing against Austria on Tuesday (8.45 p.m., live on ORF1) in Vienna.

Previously, Manchester United’s Scott McTominay retired after groin surgery and Southampton’s Stuart Armstrong retired with a calf lesion. It’s very disappointing, ?said Scotland head coach Steve Clarke. He also has to do without his new assistant coach Austin McPhee, who also gave a positive coronavirus test. Hearts manager Steven Naismith will replace McPhee.

Reuters/Lee Smith

Scotland team boss Steve Clarke demanded a lot of improvisational talent

Scots and Danes with staff concerns

Midfielder McGinn, who scored the 2-2 draw against Austria in Glasgow in March, could at least be available again after the game in Denmark, like right-back Patterson. As McGinn wrote on Twitter over the weekend, he has no symptoms. Clarke practiced optimism. ?I think we are still ready for Denmark.? On Saturday, the British, who were eliminated from the group stage after the group stage, will have a home appearance against outsiders Moldova.

Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand has similar concerns. Missing from his squad are strikers Martin Braithwaite (FC Barcelona) and Kasper Dolberg (Nice), who are injured in the knee. Seven players on the original call-up list have now had to cancel. It was initially unclear who would be available for the games on Saturday and Tuesday. ?Our plan has been overturned. But now other players have a chance to show themselves, ?said Hjulmand.

The head coach emphasized that one could not count on the successes at the European Championships – when the semi-finals against England only ended after the extension. “We have to look at what lies ahead of us and not what happened in the summer.” Like other national coaches, Hjulmand saw the schedule of the World Cup qualifying triple as problematic. ?Three games in six days at this point in the season is a little over the top,? he said. With nine counters, the Danes could of course already plan for Qatar.

Turbulent preparation in Israel

Willi Ruttensteiner’s Israel traveled to the North Atlantic before the home game against Austria on Saturday in Haifa. In Torshavn in the Faroe Islands, a slip-up is forbidden for the Israelis who hold four counters like the red-white-red selection. There was a delay in arrival due to the bad weather. Otherwise, the preparation was anything but harmonious.

Munas Dabbur (ISR)

Reuters/Ronen Zvulun

An Instagram post by the ex-Salzburg resident Dabbur caused some excitement in May

There was anger around attacker Munas Dabbur after he caused a stir with an Instagram post during the escalating conflict between Israel and the Palestinians in May. “God will judge those who caused the injustice,” wrote the Arab-born Hoffenheim striker. Dabbur was initially suspended from the national team, but has now returned. According to media reports, Dabbur wanted to talk to his teammates in the Faroe Islands.

Ruttensteiner was reportedly criticized by association members for his decision. As the newspaper “Jedi’ot Acharonot” wrote at the beginning of the week, a farewell to the Austrian in November is conceivable. Then Israel could have lost its chances of participating in the World Cup. Ruttensteiner was quoted as saying: ?I prefer not to deal with postings, but to advance the preparation for the upcoming games. I only deal with the success of the team. “

[date_timestamp] => 1630511736 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Missing Payments: Money for ICU beds ? Hospitals launch dozens of lawsuits [link] => https://movs.world/missing-payments-money-for-icu-beds-hospitals-launch-dozens-of-lawsuits/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Sep 2021 15:24:44 +0000 [category] => sportAngela MerkelBayernbedsBMGCDUCoronacoronavirusdozenshospitalsICUIntensivbettJenslaunchlawsuitsmigrationmissingmoneypandemicpaymentsSmack-KajaSociety Bremen tooSpahntexttospeechThe intensive care unit [guid] => https://movs.world/missing-payments-money-for-icu-beds-hospitals-launch-dozens-of-lawsuits/ [description] => IIn connection with the funding of newly installed intensive care beds during the corona pandemic, there are a total of 46 legal proceedings by German hospitals against four state governments. This is the result of a WELT survey of the health ministries of the countries. The situation is most noticeable in North Rhine-Westphalia: There are ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

IIn connection with the funding of newly installed intensive care beds during the corona pandemic, there are a total of 46 legal proceedings by German hospitals against four state governments. This is the result of a WELT survey of the health ministries of the countries.

The situation is most noticeable in North Rhine-Westphalia: There are a total of 27 lawsuits, eleven of which have been completed. The amount in dispute for the still open proceedings is around 6.4 million euros.

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A spokesman for the state health ministry announced that the hospitals usually sued against ?partial or refusal notices? from the state government in the context of the financing of intensive care beds. ?The determination of the concrete increase in intensive care treatment capacities is often called into question.? In plain language: The hospitals cannot prove that they have actually procured some of the approved intensive care beds with the corresponding equipment – and they are now complaining that they have paid the requested costs not reimbursed.

Background: In March 2020, the federal government passed the so-called Covid-19 discharge law. Among other things, this provides that hospitals receive a bonus of 50,000 euros for each intensive care bed that they create or convert from an existing bed. This should prevent possible bottlenecks in the intensive care units. The funds are financed from the liquidity reserve of the health fund.

Have the beds ever been made?

Between mid-March and the end of September, the Federal Social Security Office transferred 686.1 million euros to the federal states. In purely mathematical terms, this results in 13,722 new intensive care beds. But to this day it is unclear whether all of the beds were ever set up – and what kind of ventilation option they had at all. The funding expired in September 2020.

In Thuringia, too, twelve hospitals have filed a lawsuit against the local Ministry of Health. According to the health department, the Free State required the clinics to provide ?documents justifying payment that show that investments have been made?. So far, an out-of-court agreement has been reached with five hospitals: the clinics submitted the required documents to justify the payment and then received the payments.

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The state of Hesse is also being sued in a procedure to approve three additional intensive care beds; the amount in dispute is 150,000 euros. Lower Saxony is currently in the process of checking the hospitals’ documents with regard to the ventilators installed, according to the Ministry of Health. The exam is about 70 percent complete. According to the current status, 26 lump sums, corresponding to 1.3 million euros, are to be reclaimed.

And it goes even further: In Bavaria there are currently six lawsuits pending by hospitals in various administrative courts; the amount in dispute amounts to a total of 1.6 million euros.

Here, too, the Ministry of Health states that the plaintiff clinics did not want to provide evidence of investment costs for the procurement of ventilators: they are of the opinion that the relevant law does not provide for such an obligation and that the payment should be viewed as a “bonus independent of investment costs”.

Definition confusion: what is an intensive care bed?

To make the chaos perfect, there is another problem: the question of how an intensive care bed is defined at all. According to the wording of the law, the Covid-19 Relief Act from last year only provided for an unspecified “mechanical ventilation option”. But what exactly this formulation means is still unclear. There are two ways of ventilating: non-invasively, e.g. using a ventilation mask – or invasively, e.g. using intubation via the mouth or nose.

So it came about that last year each federal state interpreted the law according to its own interpretation and defined for itself which type of beds it subsidized – and which not. The Federal Ministry of Health (BMG) later made it clear that by ?mechanical ventilation option? it meant explicitly invasive ventilation.

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What went wrong in German intensive care units?

But by then it was already too late: several federal states had already approved and funded intensive care beds with non-invasive ventilation. Take Bavaria, for example: According to the Ministry of Health, the wrong funding from the perspective of the BMG applies to around 50 intensive care beds.

To this day, Bavaria sticks to its definition. The Ministry of Health in Munich justifies itself that, under certain conditions, non-invasive mechanical ventilation is sufficient to improve the patient’s state of health. This poses a lower treatment risk for those affected than, for example, intubation through a tube.

also read

ARCHIVE - April 20, 2021, Lower Saxony, Braunschweig: An intensive care nurse cares for a patient suffering from Covid-19 in the intensive care unit.  (to dpa ?Older people are still overrepresented among Covid clinic patients?) Photo: Ole Spata / dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++

Bremen, too, has interpreted the law differently to this day than the Federal Ministry of Health: From the wording adopted, it cannot be inferred that the additional intensive care beds should only include those that have an invasive ventilation option. “Since the course of the disease from Covid-19 differs greatly in some cases, an exclusive focus on intensive care beds with invasive ventilation is not indicated, even from a medical point of view,” it says here as well.

But do parts of the money that the state governments have approved for the clinics now have to be repaid to the federal government? The Ministry of Health in Bavaria announced: “Depending on the outcome of the lawsuit, this may still be the case.” The Federal Ministry of Health has been informed accordingly.

also read

Jens Spahn (CDU):

WELT readers ask the minister

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Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn wants to make the hospitalization rate the benchmark

Meanwhile, criticism of the chaos surrounding the financing of intensive care beds comes from the FDP. The increase in capacities was necessary and had to be carried out quickly and as unbureaucratically as possible in the Corona crisis, according to the budget expert and Bavarian regional group leader of the FDP parliamentary group, Karsten Klein.

“However, the fact that after a year there is still a considerable need for clarification regarding the number of additional intensive care beds set up and their eligibility shows once again that the distribution of tasks between the federal and state governments is insufficiently regulated in the event of a crisis,” says Klein WELT. It is imperative that improvements are made here for the future in order to prevent a renewed ?confusion of competencies and communication chaos?. The Federal Government and above all Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) failed to provide clarity on this issue in the countless Prime Minister’s conferences.

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) [summary] => IIn connection with the funding of newly installed intensive care beds during the corona pandemic, there are a total of 46 legal proceedings by German hospitals against four state governments. This is the result of a WELT survey of the health ministries of the countries. The situation is most noticeable in North Rhine-Westphalia: There are ... Read more [atom_content] =>

IIn connection with the funding of newly installed intensive care beds during the corona pandemic, there are a total of 46 legal proceedings by German hospitals against four state governments. This is the result of a WELT survey of the health ministries of the countries.

The situation is most noticeable in North Rhine-Westphalia: There are a total of 27 lawsuits, eleven of which have been completed. The amount in dispute for the still open proceedings is around 6.4 million euros.

also read

A spokesman for the state health ministry announced that the hospitals usually sued against ?partial or refusal notices? from the state government in the context of the financing of intensive care beds. ?The determination of the concrete increase in intensive care treatment capacities is often called into question.? In plain language: The hospitals cannot prove that they have actually procured some of the approved intensive care beds with the corresponding equipment – and they are now complaining that they have paid the requested costs not reimbursed.

Background: In March 2020, the federal government passed the so-called Covid-19 discharge law. Among other things, this provides that hospitals receive a bonus of 50,000 euros for each intensive care bed that they create or convert from an existing bed. This should prevent possible bottlenecks in the intensive care units. The funds are financed from the liquidity reserve of the health fund.

Have the beds ever been made?

Between mid-March and the end of September, the Federal Social Security Office transferred 686.1 million euros to the federal states. In purely mathematical terms, this results in 13,722 new intensive care beds. But to this day it is unclear whether all of the beds were ever set up – and what kind of ventilation option they had at all. The funding expired in September 2020.

In Thuringia, too, twelve hospitals have filed a lawsuit against the local Ministry of Health. According to the health department, the Free State required the clinics to provide ?documents justifying payment that show that investments have been made?. So far, an out-of-court agreement has been reached with five hospitals: the clinics submitted the required documents to justify the payment and then received the payments.

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The state of Hesse is also being sued in a procedure to approve three additional intensive care beds; the amount in dispute is 150,000 euros. Lower Saxony is currently in the process of checking the hospitals’ documents with regard to the ventilators installed, according to the Ministry of Health. The exam is about 70 percent complete. According to the current status, 26 lump sums, corresponding to 1.3 million euros, are to be reclaimed.

And it goes even further: In Bavaria there are currently six lawsuits pending by hospitals in various administrative courts; the amount in dispute amounts to a total of 1.6 million euros.

Here, too, the Ministry of Health states that the plaintiff clinics did not want to provide evidence of investment costs for the procurement of ventilators: they are of the opinion that the relevant law does not provide for such an obligation and that the payment should be viewed as a “bonus independent of investment costs”.

Definition confusion: what is an intensive care bed?

To make the chaos perfect, there is another problem: the question of how an intensive care bed is defined at all. According to the wording of the law, the Covid-19 Relief Act from last year only provided for an unspecified “mechanical ventilation option”. But what exactly this formulation means is still unclear. There are two ways of ventilating: non-invasively, e.g. using a ventilation mask – or invasively, e.g. using intubation via the mouth or nose.

So it came about that last year each federal state interpreted the law according to its own interpretation and defined for itself which type of beds it subsidized – and which not. The Federal Ministry of Health (BMG) later made it clear that by ?mechanical ventilation option? it meant explicitly invasive ventilation.

also read

What went wrong in German intensive care units?

But by then it was already too late: several federal states had already approved and funded intensive care beds with non-invasive ventilation. Take Bavaria, for example: According to the Ministry of Health, the wrong funding from the perspective of the BMG applies to around 50 intensive care beds.

To this day, Bavaria sticks to its definition. The Ministry of Health in Munich justifies itself that, under certain conditions, non-invasive mechanical ventilation is sufficient to improve the patient’s state of health. This poses a lower treatment risk for those affected than, for example, intubation through a tube.

also read

ARCHIVE - April 20, 2021, Lower Saxony, Braunschweig: An intensive care nurse cares for a patient suffering from Covid-19 in the intensive care unit.  (to dpa ?Older people are still overrepresented among Covid clinic patients?) Photo: Ole Spata / dpa +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++

Bremen, too, has interpreted the law differently to this day than the Federal Ministry of Health: From the wording adopted, it cannot be inferred that the additional intensive care beds should only include those that have an invasive ventilation option. “Since the course of the disease from Covid-19 differs greatly in some cases, an exclusive focus on intensive care beds with invasive ventilation is not indicated, even from a medical point of view,” it says here as well.

But do parts of the money that the state governments have approved for the clinics now have to be repaid to the federal government? The Ministry of Health in Bavaria announced: “Depending on the outcome of the lawsuit, this may still be the case.” The Federal Ministry of Health has been informed accordingly.

also read

Jens Spahn (CDU):

WELT readers ask the minister

also read

Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn wants to make the hospitalization rate the benchmark

Meanwhile, criticism of the chaos surrounding the financing of intensive care beds comes from the FDP. The increase in capacities was necessary and had to be carried out quickly and as unbureaucratically as possible in the Corona crisis, according to the budget expert and Bavarian regional group leader of the FDP parliamentary group, Karsten Klein.

“However, the fact that after a year there is still a considerable need for clarification regarding the number of additional intensive care beds set up and their eligibility shows once again that the distribution of tasks between the federal and state governments is insufficiently regulated in the event of a crisis,” says Klein WELT. It is imperative that improvements are made here for the future in order to prevent a renewed ?confusion of competencies and communication chaos?. The Federal Government and above all Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) failed to provide clarity on this issue in the countless Prime Minister’s conferences.

.

[date_timestamp] => 1630509884 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Nzonzi says no to everyone and skips the Oliveira deal [link] => https://movs.world/nzonzi-says-no-to-everyone-and-skips-the-oliveira-deal/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Hally ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Sep 2021 09:12:26 +0000 [category] => sportdealNzonziOliveiraskips [guid] => https://movs.world/nzonzi-says-no-to-everyone-and-skips-the-oliveira-deal/ [description] => The last gift has not arrived. Roma closed the market without taking the midfielder that the Special One always wanted. A cherry on the photo finish due to the constant no of Nzonzi, Santon and Fazio, out of the squad and not attracted to real work proposals. Offers have arrived for everyone. Nzonzi said no ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The last gift has not arrived. Roma closed the market without taking the midfielder that the Special One always wanted. A cherry on the photo finish due to the constant no of Nzonzi, Santon and Fazio, out of the squad and not attracted to real work proposals. Offers have arrived for everyone. Nzonzi said no to Benfica, Qatar and Lille. Fazio at Genoa. Santon in Fulham and in Venice. None of them will be reinstated and termination will be discussed with none unlike Pastore. It’s a wall to wall. Pinto will try to sell them in leagues where the market will still be open (see Turkey or Russia) otherwise they will remain out of the squad. Villar also refused several offers from Liga and Serie A (Genoa and Sassuolo) despite Mourinho’s rejection. Tiago Pinto remained like this with his hands tied. From Sergio Oliveira to Tolisso via Loftus-Cheek all contacts have been frozen. Around 4 pm Roma closed the gate and postponed new purchases in the winter. On the last day, only the sale of Olsen to Sheffield United and Ciervo to Samp have arrived. Today the general manager (15.30) will explain in the conference the moves of a market that remains more than good considering the arrival of a top like Abraham, the absence of important sales and the disputes related to Spinazzola’s injury and escape by Dzeko. Roma is the first Italian club for millions spent (97), among the top 8 in Europe. The Friedkins have invested a lot despite the Covid crisis and the debts left by the previous management But they have other gifts in store for Mourinho. They will arrive in January when the assault on Aston Villa for Douglas Luiz will be attempted. First there will be the renewal of Pellegrini until 2026 at figures close to 3.5 million per season. Lorenzo is in the national team together with Zaniolo who yesterday declared: “The injury made me grow, this is a new beginning for me”.


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) [summary] => The last gift has not arrived. Roma closed the market without taking the midfielder that the Special One always wanted. A cherry on the photo finish due to the constant no of Nzonzi, Santon and Fazio, out of the squad and not attracted to real work proposals. Offers have arrived for everyone. Nzonzi said no ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The last gift has not arrived. Roma closed the market without taking the midfielder that the Special One always wanted. A cherry on the photo finish due to the constant no of Nzonzi, Santon and Fazio, out of the squad and not attracted to real work proposals. Offers have arrived for everyone. Nzonzi said no to Benfica, Qatar and Lille. Fazio at Genoa. Santon in Fulham and in Venice. None of them will be reinstated and termination will be discussed with none unlike Pastore. It’s a wall to wall. Pinto will try to sell them in leagues where the market will still be open (see Turkey or Russia) otherwise they will remain out of the squad. Villar also refused several offers from Liga and Serie A (Genoa and Sassuolo) despite Mourinho’s rejection. Tiago Pinto remained like this with his hands tied. From Sergio Oliveira to Tolisso via Loftus-Cheek all contacts have been frozen. Around 4 pm Roma closed the gate and postponed new purchases in the winter. On the last day, only the sale of Olsen to Sheffield United and Ciervo to Samp have arrived. Today the general manager (15.30) will explain in the conference the moves of a market that remains more than good considering the arrival of a top like Abraham, the absence of important sales and the disputes related to Spinazzola’s injury and escape by Dzeko. Roma is the first Italian club for millions spent (97), among the top 8 in Europe. The Friedkins have invested a lot despite the Covid crisis and the debts left by the previous management But they have other gifts in store for Mourinho. They will arrive in January when the assault on Aston Villa for Douglas Luiz will be attempted. First there will be the renewal of Pellegrini until 2026 at figures close to 3.5 million per season. Lorenzo is in the national team together with Zaniolo who yesterday declared: “The injury made me grow, this is a new beginning for me”.


Last updated: Wednesday 1 September 2021, 07:00




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