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Governor Shumlin makes appointments to Vermont boards and commissions

first_imgGovernor Peter Shumlin announced today that he has made the following appointments to Vermont boards and commissions.APPOINTMENTS TO BOARDS & COMMISSIONSVermont Enhanced 911 Board                APPOINTED:  Tom Bodett from PutneyNew England Board of Higher Education                APPOINTED:  Thomas Green from MontpelierCommunity High School of Vermont                APPOINTED:  George Cross from Winooski                APPOINTED:  Holly Tippett from MiddleburyVermont Commission on National and Community Service                APPOINTED:  Peter Hayward from Brattleboro                APPOINTED:  Meredith Whitney from WaterburyDept. of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living Advisory Board                APPOINTED:  Steven Pouliot from South BurlingtonDept of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living State Rehabilitation Council                APPOINTED:  Clayton Clark from Barre TownDept of Disabilities, Aging and Independent Living State Rehabilitation Council for the Blind and Visually Imparied                APPIONTED:  Donna Stratton from MontpelierVermont Agriculture Innovation Center Board                REAPPOINTED:  Jackie Folsom from Cabot                REAPPOINTED:  Tom Stearns from WolcottVermont Developmental Disabilities Council                REAPPOINTED:  James Caffry from Waitsfield                REAPPOINTED:  Susan Ryan from South Herolast_img read more

DMEC and ESA to launch marine energy tender

first_img DMEC teams up with European Space Agency It will assess technical as well as economic viability of using space technology and data in support of marine energy. The consequential evaluation of proposals results in a recommendation for a winning bid. However, in the case of submission of several proposals of good quality targeting different and/or complementary aspects, the Agency can place parallel contracts for each of the open competitive ITTs in coordination with the relevant national delegations. Supporting environmental impact assessment of marine energy. ESA Space Solutions will provide 100 per cent funding up to €150K per activity to successful teams. Posted: 1 months ago For this call, companies residing in the following Member States will be eligible to apply: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. The applicable funding level of the individual prime – or subcontractors is subject to authorisation by the involved National Delegation. Categories: Therefore, bidding teams should obtain a letter of authorisation from all the respective National Delegations before submitting the proposal. Collaboration The Dutch Marine Energy Centre (DMEC) and the European Space Agency (ESA) will launch a tender on 14 September, aimed to accelerate marine energy solutions.center_img The following scenarios have been identified as key focus areas: Increase durability and survival of marine energy installations; The studies will eventually establish a roadmap towards pilot projects that would start in 2021. The tender will close mid-November 2020. Responding to an open competitive invitation to tender (ITT) requires the submission of a proposal. ESA will evaluate the proposal according to its regulations and procedures. Logistics and operation of marine energy installations; Posted: 1 months ago DMEC and ESA look for teams that have identified an attractive market opportunity with real potential to engage customers. The tender will give an opportunity for downstream space companies and marine energy developers to work together to address marine energy challenges and support technical and business innovation for the marine energy sector powered by space. Resource assessment at different sites (including hence – and forecast, risk analysis, bankability);last_img read more

FL Department of Health, CDC Partner to Fight Hepatitis A Outbreak

first_imgThe Florida Department of Health and the federal Centers for Disease Control have partnered to address the hepatitis A outbreak, state officials announced on Wednesday.The hope is that vaccinations will be expanded by having the agencies combine their efforts and resources through what they are calling “vaccination outreach.”State records show that 1.718 cases of hepatitis A were reported between January 1 and June 29, with 346 of those occurring since May 29, despite efforts to promote vaccinations. Hepatitis A is a highly contagious liver infection that could cause illness lasting up to several months.According to the CDC, it spreads when a person ingests the virus from objects, food, or drinks that are contaminated by small and undetected amounts of feces a person who is infected with the virus.State Surgeon General Scott Rivkees, who also serves as secretary of the Department of Health, announced the partnership, along with Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nunez. He explains in a news release, “We will use every tool at our disposal to stop the spread of hepatitis A in Florida, and I welcome the partnership and collaboration with our federal partners at the CDC to assist in this important mission. We will work together to take bold, innovative steps to drastically increase outreach and vaccination to protect the people of Florida.”last_img read more

Nancy J. LaPointe Encourages Planning Ahead

first_imgThis presentation is for informational purposes only. Neither MetLife nor any of it agents are in the business of giving tax, legal or accounting advice. Attendees should consult their own professional advisors to determine the appropriateness of any course of action.Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MLIC), New York, NY 10036.  Securities products and investment advisory services offered by MetLife Securities, Inc. (MSI)(member FINRA/SIPC) and a registered investment adviser. Some health insurance products offered by unaffiliated insurers through the Enterprise General Insurance Agency Inc., (EGA) Somerset, NJ 08873-4175. MLIC, EGA and MSI are MetLife Companies. Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 People don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan.Good and Bad things happen, that is a fact.Question is, how do you handle the good and the bad?I was asked to speak on Financial Preparedness. What if a major hurricane, flood or other natural disaster happened here?Point was not that a major hurricane would specifically happen here, but that disaster can strike any where and comes in many forms.What if tomorrow you are raising three children on 1/3 the income alone, or later today your hospitalized and you’re the only one who knows how to do the bills, or your house is destroyed in a mudslide?I want you to think of them as not only disaster preparation, but also as a means to structure a program to help give assurance that your dreams and goals can be realized and sustained.Plan well, live well.  Planning gives you the ability to react with thought and to maximize options. Reacting without forethought can be disastrous and place you in a position where your choices are limited and your recovery period extended. Have an emergency fund, equal to  at least three months of your fixed and essential expenses.   Have the overall fund earn interest bearing and accessible. 1.  WHERE ARE YOU FINANCIALLY?What do you own?What are you assets?Do you have a record, stored in both paper and photo form, in at least two different locations.Do you have a positive cash flow?What do you own?Do you know how much debt you have?Chart these figures out.Structure your finances.Know your outgoing disbursements as well as you know your incoming resources.Spend funds/energy on what you value.What interest are you paying?Strive to control and minimize your fixed costs.See your future spending options as important as today’s opportunities to spend.Save for your future spending, set aside funds for “what ifs” and tomorrow.ACTION:Immediate DisasterCash:Have $150 in cash accessible at home, on your property or your person. Store it in a film canister or a home safe.center_img Have another $350 in travelers checks, with the contact information stored on your person and in a safe place.For the Long Run:Put-and-Take Account: Presented By:Nancy LaPointeFinancial Services RepresentativeSenior Financial Planner4520 Intelco Loop SE, Suite 1ELacey, WA 98503 Have knowledge of your assets and your debts, how they are titled, when bills are due, interest rates…What if tomorrow you have to take over for your significant other, or they have to take over for you?  Can it be done without financial costs?I recommend that no one person in the household handles all financial matters. Both parties being aware will minimize frustration on a daily basis and transition time period.2.  HAVE A FINANCIAL SUPPORT SYSTEM IN PLACE: Keep what you have!An emergency fund is a great first step.  With an emergency fund, you are placing a dollar aside to cover a dollar worth of costs for a specific time period.  You are covering yourself for that period of time and hopefully reducing the need to go into debt or use the assets/options you have already accumulated.What about risks/expenses you do not want to pay for dollar for dollar out of investments or savings?Liability for auto accidentsTree falling on yours or the neighbor’s houseMajor medical expensesAn injury that keeps you from workThe development of a debilitating diseaseWhen someone is financially dependent on you or you on them, where would you be if that income was gone?You can be proactive by setting up financial  safety nets along with friends and family for the emotional support.Recognize the risk of these occurrences as they apply to you, and take actions to reduce their impact. You can not get the needed coverage after the fact.Recognize risk and put it in prospective.Hurricane in Washington:  low, very lowNeed for Custodial Care/Long Term Care in your life time: high60% of Americans who reach age 65 will need long-term care at some point in their lives.Chance of you being injured in an auto accident: 1 in 4 or 25%Manage that risk!Maintain the costs you can afford.You can not eliminate all risk,  nor can you afford 100% coverage for all possible risks. It is probably not very likely that someone is truly insurance poor, but it is possible that someone could be financially devastated due to the lack of the appropriate coverage or combination of coverage.Major Natural Disaster:  Possibility it could happen here, yet many choose not to purchase the appropriate insurance, or are under insured.Result:    Devastation, few optionsACTION:Manage your risk by reviewing your exposure and your options.Review and analyze what you have in place.Take realistic actions to retain the costs you can afford and share/transfer the risk of those costs you can not afford to retain.Pay premiums to minimize your out of pocket costs in case of a crisis.Purchase appropriate protection.3.  PREPAY:  AVOID DEBTIf you are already facing financial issues due to past behavior or present spending habits, a natural disaster or other crisis could push you over the edge.  Practice Financial Preparedness by avoiding debt and strive to reduce debt, especially credit card debt, aggressively.Recognize leisure and discretionary expenses as such.Be aware of your spending habits, monitor your activities and align your spending with your values.Pay for essentials as you go, control fixed costs and prepay for vacations and luxury items.Utilize funds set aside for discretionary spending, you have more flexibility to adjust that type of spending as needed.Have a budget and don’t be afraid to say “no” to yourself. Impulses are just that…impulses!Have a savings and investment program to prepay for expected expenses, luxury items and your retirement spending.Only use credit cards if you pay them off in full every month.4.  HAVE A PLAN B:This comes in many forms:Acute/immediate:   Phone treeLocal meeting point outside the homeEscape route within the home and office areaHave a contact point for your family and friends outside of this geographical area.Talk to family outside this area and work out arrangements to support each other in times of disaster, (home sharing/physical support).Prolonged/Inevitable:  Health Care Directives, Durable Power of Attorney, Wills anLetters of InstructionsPrepaid burial arrangementsDuplicates of all important records, policies, deeds, etc.Have a Line of Credit with little or no active use.MetLife does not provide legal or tax advice. Please consult with your own tax and legal advisors for such guidance.5.  THINK OF TOMORROW: Chances are, you will be there.Define your goals and objectives, for the next 6 months, 12 months, 5 years, 20 years from now.Align your actions with the results you desire.Balance our choices today with the choices you want tomorrow.Spend time developing yourself personally, emotionally and spiritually.Being financially prepared and having the tools in place that give you options, also gives you greater freedom and flexibility.When you are proactive, you are working from a point of strength and control.  If you live based on a reactive model, you are limiting not expanding your choices.Money gives us options or it retracts our choices.  Like all tools, it depends on how we work it.Expect the Unexpected, plan for it, monitor the plan, be flexible, adjust for changes, and live for today and dream of tomorrow.Plan Well , Live Well5 Points:WHERE ARE YOU FINANCIALLYKnow your finances, have immediate cash and emergency reserves available.2.  HAVE A FINANCIAL SUPPORT SYSTEM IN PLACE: Risk ManagementBuild a financial safety net, review what you have and make it stronger.3.  PREPAY:  Avoid debtDebt compounds and hinders your recovery.  It takes away resources that can help you be proactive.4.  HAVE A PLAN BAcute/Immediate- Have actively managed alternative contact points and meeting locationsProlonged/Inevitable-  Estate Documents5.  THINK OF TOMORROWWhat choices do you want to have in the future?  Save for future spending andenjoyment.Define your goals and your values and plan your path.  Preplanning can help ensure success and gives you the option of flexibility. Financial Preparedness is acting ahead of the situation, not scrambling afterwards, and wondering how you got where you are.Life happens. Get the most out of it!last_img read more

UPDATED: Team Canada begins long road to Spengler Cup defence

first_img“Last year we had an incredible team, so we had a pretty easy time once we got used to playing with each other,” Kinrade explained.“This year will a lot more difficult. The main reason being is that all the other teams play together all year and we have to try and find chemistry in one or two practices before our first game.”“Even with the team last year we lost our first game against the German team because we struggled with our timing with each other,” he added. “So it will be quite the challenge this year to defend the title.”The smooth skating defenceman got his start in the game playing in Nelson Minor Hockey.He played a few seasons with the Nelson Leafs of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League earning a shot at Junior A with Cowichan of the BCHL.Kinrade honestly believed his career was on a down hill slide until lighting it up during a BCHL Allstar game.That propelled the Kinrade to a very good second season with the Capitals before Michigan Tech called with a scholarship offer.Kinrade played four seasons for the Huskies.After graduating he played ten games with the Norfolk Admirals and made his NHL debut on April 9, 2009 for Tampa against the Washington Capitals.On July 10, 2009 he signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Ottawa Senators.Kinrade played two season with the Baby Sens, anchoring the blueline during Binghampton’s 2011 Calder Cup title run.However, instead of resigning with the Baby Sens, Kinrade decided to sign on with HC Plzen 1929 of the Czech Extraliga.Kinrade moved during the mid-season to SC Bern of the Swiss Nationaliga.This season has been marred with injuries for Kinrade and a slow start for Bern.“We’ve had a rough start,” Kinrade said about his Swiss season.“Things haven’t been going well and we’ve had a lot of injuries on defense. For some reason the team hasn’t had the edge we had last season.“Possibly some sort of championship hangover maybe. But as of now we are playing much better and are fighting for a playoff spot.”Many believe Kinrade has the talent to make it in the NHL.Those skills, however, are still not on display in North America even with the NHL salary cap coming down this past off season.However, Kinrade believes the European game, a la, like Nelsonite Simon Wheeldon, is more suited to his smooth skating style.”The larger ice surface and style of play in Europe is less demanding physically, especially for a defensemen,” Kinrade said.“Because of this, my career can last much longer, with less injuries.”“I can’t say I don’t think about giving the NHL another shot, I think about it pretty much every time I see the NHL on TV or in the news, but it would be very difficult to give up my current situation here,” he added.“But if the right opportunity comes along, then it would definitely be something I would think about.”Canada plays either CSKA Moscow or HC Davos in game two Friday (December 27).The playoffs begin Sunday, December 29 with the final set for Tuesday, December 31.All games are telecast on TSN. Team Canada will need to take the longer road to defend its Spengler Cup after the champs dropped a 3-2 decision to the host team Saturday in Davos, Switzerland.Team Canada, a squad consisting of players from European teams including Nelson’s Geoff Kinrade, will need three wins in as many days if it hopes to repeat as Spengler Cup champions.The squad begins the march beginning Sunday with quarter-final action against the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League.The game can be seen on TSN 11 a.m. PT.Kinrade garners point as Team Canada opens Spengler Cup defence with a win over HC Vitkovice SteelNelson’s Geoff Kinrade had an assist as Team Canada rallied back to edge HC Vitkovice Steel of the Czech Republic 5-4 in the opener of the Spengler Cup Thursday in Davos, Switzerland.Derek Walser scored the winner as Team Canada twice rallied back in the game.Glen Metropolit, Byron Ritchie, Micki DuPont, and Alexandre Bolduc also scored for Canada in a back-and-forth offensive game that saw leads slip away between both teams four times.Rudolf Huna, Peter Huzeka, Roman Szturic and Lukas Kucsera scored for Vitkovice.Kinrade, who assisted on the second goal of the opening period for Team Canada by Metropolit, is one of seven returning players from last year’s gold medal winning team.Team Canada faces host HC Davos Saturday.The game can be seen on TSN starting at 11 a.m.Nelson’s Geoff Kinrade gets the Team Canada call, againHockey Canada liked Geoff Kinrade so much during the 2012 Spengler Cup the brass decided to invite the Nelson Minor Hockey product back for another tournament.Kinrade joins his Team Canada mates when Canada opens defence of its title Thursday (December 26) against HC Vitkovice Steel at the Vailant Arena in Davos, Switzerland.”It’s always an honour to be able to play for your country in an event,” the 28-year-old Nelson native told The Nelson Daily when reached in Bern, Switzerland prior to the tournament.“This particular tournament has so much history and is in such a great setting that it is very exciting to be able to go back again and defend the title.”The Spengler Cup, originating in 1923, is an annual ice hockey tournament held in Davos, Switzerland and is considered the oldest invitational ice hockey tournament in the world.Team Canada consists of players currently on European teams.The 2013 Spengler Cup is the second time Kinrade, in his third season with SC Bern of the Swiss League, is representing Canada at the tournament.“Last year was my first time ever playing for Team Canada so I will admit I was nervous,” Kinrade, the son of Marg and Terri Kinrade.“This time, I don’t see myself being all that nervous.”Last year’s tournament Team Canada was sprinkled with professional players looking to keep their skills sharp during the NHL lockout.This year Team Canada must take the challenge using Canadians playing in Europe.last_img read more

Donegal public encouraged to wrap up in Culture Night!

first_imgOn Friday September 20th, hundreds of thousands of people across Ireland are once again invited to experience an explosion of creativity as the country comes alive for Culture Night, Ireland’s annual nocturnal cultural extravaganza.This will be Letterkenny’s 11th occasion to take part in Culture Night with over 50 diverse events in 27 venues.Cathaoirleach of Donegal County Council Cllr. Nicholas Crossan is encouraging everyone to try and get along to one event at least. He said “This is a terrific opportunity for families to sample aspects of Irish culture and heritage and it is great to see people of all ages come together and enjoying a totally unique evening of accessible, family-friendly events and all completely free of charge”.Mayor of Letterkenny, Cllr John O’Donnell said “Donegal County Council Cultural Services is presenting another packed programme for this major national celebration.“Culture Night has become an iconic event. It is about inviting the community to come along and wrap up in culture and create unique shared experiences and memories and it is all for free. There is something for everyone to enjoy from generations of families experiencing new night-time adventures to groups of friends enjoying cultural genres they might never have before”.Event highlights: The largest outdoor event Cybertribe will take place in the Letterkenny Town Park and is an absolute favourite every year. This night time extravaganza of sculpture, performance and art installation is inspired by comic book visions of the future and real-life emerging cyber technologies. Presented by Inishowen Carnival and featuring local performers from Fusion Events (Letterkenny), Zona Dance (Letterkenny), Aisling Dance Academy (Ballybofey) along with fire performance from In Your Space Circus (Derry).Other much-anticipated happenings include the guided tours at Letterkenny Courthouse along with a very special reading from the 2019 Culture Night ambassador poet Annemarie Ní Churreáin. From Cloch Cheann Fhaola in North West Donegal, she has been awarded several literary fellowships and is the 2019-20 Writer-In-Residence at NUI Maynooth. Drawing inspiration from the very rich and ancient relationship in Ireland between poetry and law, Ní Churreáin will read from her books Bloodroot (Doire Press 2017) and Town (The Salvage Press 2018), looking closely at the themes of landscape, roots, and the power of the human voice to excavate the past.Film and ExhibitionsVisual arts and films are strongly featured this year with a selection of exhibitions available at the Donegal County Museum including the Letterkenny Folk Festival featuring photographs, posters and leaflets from the collections of Sally Blake and Billy Watson to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the festival. And ‘All Aboard the Donegal Railways!’ where visitors can also watch footage from the heyday of the trains and share memories of the railways of Donegal.Down the road, the team at the Regional Cultural Centre once again offer something special for all ages and interests with visual art, film and family workshops including ‘When I Was a Child’, a group exhibition curated by Peadar Mc Daid, featuring 50 artists presenting work that reflects something from their childhood.Over at Century Cinemas the Donegal Intercultural Platform, Donegal Travellers Project, Building Intercultural Communities (BIC) presents the launch of the Donegal Intercultural Arts Research Project Report and the screening of Garry Keane and Andrew McConnell’s film Gaza and Sai Sankar’s, Sakura Pooka, followed by Q&A with guest speakers. Children and FamiliesThis year the Central Library will once again present a fantastic programme of history and heritage for Culture Night with exhibitions, tours and the Jessica Harkin Family Magic Show kicking off proceedings with a magical sleight of hand show that promises to get Culture Night off to a magical start.Something a little bit different..!An Grianán Theatre presents Waiting Tables For Godot, by Mockingbird Theatre Group with Ronan Carr and Anne Gallagher. Performed in the theatre’s cafe bar with soup served in bowler hats for the customers, this show is about a pair of conjoined twins who are serving tables and waiting for Godot to come through the front door. The nearby Bus Éireann Bus Station presents a Donegal County Museum offsite exhibition as well as unique performance with Little John Nee who is Waiting On a Train. In this special Culture Night event he will present a series of songs and spoken word interludes on a theme of trains and railways.Full programme and information This, however, is only a wee taste of what’s on offer. To get the full story pick up a copy of the Culture Night Programme or download from www.donegalcoco.ie and follow @CultureNightDonegal on Facebook. For more visit www.culturenight.ie .Culture Night is brought to you by the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Affairs in partnership with Donegal County Council.Donegal public encouraged to wrap up in Culture Night! was last modified: September 17th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:councilCulture Nightdonegalletterkennylast_img read more

Why You Must Own Your Losses

first_imgThe human mind is an interesting thing. It is powerful beyond belief, yet riddled with all kinds of viruses that will harm you if left unchecked. To protect your ego, your mind will come up with ways to rationalize your failures, even rationalizing your behavior when you wrong another person. But by protecting your ego and absolving yourself of responsibility, your ability to rationalize can destroy your results.You Lost the DealYou may rationalize a deal lost to a competitor by telling yourself that it wasn’t a straight up contest, that they dropped their price to a level at which no one could really serve the customer, let alone do so at a profit. You may not want to believe that you were outsold, but you were. You failed to make the case that the value of your solution was worth paying your higher price. Or you may have failed to identify the prospect as a price buyer or disqualified them early.You can rationalize away a lost deal by believing that your prospective client didn’t really understand the value of your solution, how you are different, and why you would be the better choice. The outcome of selling is to create a preference for you and your solution. You didn’t create that preference. “But wait,” you protest, “that prospect didn’t even give me a fair chance to compete. My competitor had unfettered access to everyone on the buying team.” Whose job is it to gain access to the stakeholders you need inside your prospective client’s company?Everything Is Your FaultEverything is your fault. If you lost, then you own the loss.The problem with rationalizing lost deals, mistakes, and missteps, is that it disempowers you. It robs you of your ability to do something different when faced with the same situation in the future. It means that the world is acting on you and there is nothing you can do about it.One of the most dangerous infections you can suffer from is the belief that you are powerless to do something different to produce a better result. The linchpin human attribute, the one attribute that enables so many of the others, is resourcefulness. Because creativity is limitless, given a long enough timeline, human beings overcome every obstacle they encounter.A growth mindset allows you to own your failures and mistakes, to learn from them, and to come up with a new strategy or tactic.You know your competitor is going to compete by lowering their price so low that you dare not follow them. So you start teaching your prospective clients to expect lower prices and also to expect the poor results that come with under-investing in the solution they need. You make them a list of areas where the investments will be cut to get to those lower prices, and show them how it hurts their results. You leave a minefield behind you for your low price selling competitor to walk into.You know you need stakeholders to compete fairly. So you “go there” and ask for access as early in the process as you can. If you are rejected, you push back, explaining that you can’t do your best work without access. If your prospective client refuses, you know you are column fodder and you move on to a better opportunity. Or you have your executive team work their executive team.When you own your losses, you empower yourself to make better choices in the future. Everything is your fault, which means you have the power to do something different.What poor results are you rationalizing? What are you telling yourself to absolve yourself of responsibility?What new choices can you make by owning those failures, missteps, mistakes, and poor results? Free Webinar Series! Create a culture of value creation. Signup for this free webinar! In three, short, power-packed webinars, you will learn what you need to do to create a culture of value creators who create and win new opportunities. Download Nowlast_img read more

10 months agoLeicester winger Gray understands fans’ jeers

first_imgLeicester winger Gray understands fans’ jeersby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLeicester City winger Demarai Gray admits he understands the fans’ jeers after defeat to Cardiff City.Before Christmas there had been reports manager Claude Puel had lost the support of many of his players, but Gray said they were united.“Yes, of course [we understand],” said Gray. “But sometimes things don’t always go our way.“We’ve put in two fantastic results so we’re going to get moans and groans. We expect that, but it happens – it’s football and everyone is at different fitness and fatigue levels.“On the day we didn’t get the result. We stick together in the dressing room and fight our best every week for the fans. We’re together and we have to keep moving forward.“It is disappointing after dominating a game like that. We were on the back of two good results and I think we deserved another one today but lost it on the last kick of the game.“It hurts but we’ve got another game around the corner so we’ll try and turn it around. Things like that happen. It was a quality goal.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

20 days agoMan Utd legend Cole tells Rashford: Choose!

first_imgMan Utd legend Cole tells Rashford: Choose!by Paul Vegas20 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United legend Andrew Cole has told Marcus Rashford to settle on his best position.Rashford, who has scored three goals so far this season, has received a considerable amount of criticism for some of his recent performances. Cole told The Sun: “He doesn’t really enjoy it with his back to goal and he wants to pick it up and run at the defender.”He is a super talent but he has to decide now what he wants to be.”Does he want to be a goalscorer or does he want to play off the left or right?”He’s 21 so I’d like to believe he knows what his strongest position is.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img