Inter Milan coach Conte confidenrt of more from Lukaku and Lautaro
Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte is expecting more from Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez.Conte is delighted with the way the partnership is developing.He said, "I'm sure Romelu and Lautaro still have room for improvement. They can become even more important for the team but it's vital to win something before making comparisons with other players."Ahead of their Champions League clash with Shakhtar Donetsk, he continued: "I think Inter are slowly regaining an important European status.“The beautiful journey of the last season [in Europa League] gave us more experience. We must continue to talk...
Professional skills now need more of on-the-job boost
Tariq Chauhan. Special to Gulf NewsThe new corporate L&D; (learning and development) landscape requires a deeper introspection, especially in context to mounting challenges businesses are facing. The need is to move away from training regimes to holistic learning.And yet, there is a significant disconnect between the actual needs of executive learning and the way conventional L&D; processes are working. We have got to overcome the traditional fixation with its assessment methodologies.New-age human resources development systems are still not capturing actual needs. Most training programmes are...
PlayStation 5 media remote has buttons for Disney+, Spotify and more
Sony has confirmed Disney+ will feature on the PlayStation 5 media remote.The gaming giant has unveiled the control for the next generation consoles, which has dedicated buttons for the streaming platform, as well as the Netflix, Spotify and YouTube.Sony has also revealed that the PS5 will support Apple TV and Twitch at launch, with additional streaming apps coming at a later date.In a blog post, the company noted that Amazon Prime Video, MyCanal, Hulu, Peacock and more are also coming to the console.Sony said: "Within the Media space, you’ll no longer need to download entertainment apps throu...
'People forget I am 28' - Wilshere insists he has 'much more to give' after leaving West Ham
Former Arsenal and West Ham midfielder Jack Wilshere feels he has plenty left to give as he searches for a new club following his exit from the Hammers earlier this month.West Ham ended Wilshere's £100,000-a-week contract early, allowing him to become a free agent after he made just 19 appearances over two seasons with the club.Injuries have badly damaged Wilshere's career after he initially burst onto the scene as a teenager with the Gunners and England.Wilshere has said leaving West Ham was the right move for him as his prospects for playing time this season were far from certain."People wil...
As the world burns, the UK must lead once more
Once the UK really was a climate leader. The 2008 Climate Change Act of was the first legally binding climate change mitigation target set by a country. The UK parliament was the first to declare a climate emergency, in May last year.Both landmarks had cross-party support and followed huge public engagement. Extinction Rebellion protests preceded parliament’s declaration of a climate emergency. Fifteen years ago, more than 100 NGOs, led by Friends of the Earth, came together as part of the Stop Climate Chaos coalition to push for the 2008 ActOnly five MPs (all Conservative) opposed the bill in...
Deep in 'Trump Country,' Alabamans hope he'll win 90 percent or more
Double Springs (United States) (AFP) - A solemn prayer rings out in a wood-paneled courtroom in Winston County, where Donald Trump won a resounding 90 percent of the vote in 2016.Republicans in this conservative bastion in northern Alabama say they hope God will allow the president -- a man so unlike them in so many ways -- to do even better this time.Their prayer finished, they turn in unison to the flag hanging at the room's entrance to recite the traditional Pledge of Allegiance, voices full, hands on hearts.It is the last meeting of the local Republican Party before the November 3 election...
CSGO players prefer FACEIT, not just due to high tickrate servers
Faceit has much more to offer.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive has a vast player base that keeps on expanding. 2020 saw the player count peak at 1 million, but not all of them prefer to play the game entirely on Valve's terms.Third-party platform Faceit, has become the primary home of professional players. With 15 million registered users, Faceit has become a significant part of Counter-Strike and more players are moving to third-party providers by the day.128-tick servers are the main reason behind this switch, but Faceit has many other features that make it the top choice of serious CSGO players.Explaining tick rates in ...
‘Puede na’ — no more
CTALK–Cito Beltran(The Philippine Star) – October 12, 2020 – 12:00amThis is a tutorial.Six months going on seven is more than enough time for all of us to realize that we are already in the “New Normal” and as such we should all be making the necessary adjustments towards basic requirements of the “New Normal.” Unfortunately many people continue to hold off, hoping or expecting that the “New Normal” will revert to the “Old Normal” where we all go back to work, go out in public, do meetings and conferences just like we used to. Seriously? After 5,865 deaths and 300,000 plus infections and risin...
Italy coach Mancini wants more from Lazio striker Immobile
Italy coach Roberto Mancini has explained holding back Lazio striker Ciro Immobile.Immobile could start against Poland.Mancini said, “Ciro has always done well when playing with us."If we had 38 games in a row together, he'd score 25 goals, but it's tougher when you only get together every now and then."“Nobody likes to be on the bench, everyone wants to play, that is only natural. We play a certain type of football and it has been giving good results, so someone has to sit it out."Copyright 2020 tribalfootball.com Pty Ltd. All rights reserved.Provided by SyndiGate Media Inc.
Four dead, several injured in Beirut fuel tank explosion
Four people were killed and several more were wounded when a fuel tank exploded in a Beirut building on Friday, the Lebanese Red Cross said.The explosion caused a large fire to break out in the building in the Tariq al-Jadida neighborhood, a security source said.One person was critically wounded, while several others were treated for smoke inhalation, the Red Cross and a hospital source said.This happened over 2 months after the 4 August explosion in Beirut’s port when 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate ignited and exploded.The blast left nearly 200 dead and thousands more injured as well as dam...
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