RelatedPosts Pirlo not out to copy anyone after Juventus’ comfortable opening win Vidal lands in Milan to complete move from Barca to Inter Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Victor Moses’ reconciliation with Antonio Conte is nearing completion with the utility player in Italy ahead of securing a loan move to Inter Milan. Videos of Moses in Milan surfaced on social media on Tuesday morning as he underwent a medical with the high-flying Serie A side. The 29-year-old is set to join on loan for the rest of the season with a view to making the deal permanent for £8.5 million in the summer. He had initially arrived in the city on Monday night, having cut short his 18-month loan spell at Turkish side Fenerbahce. Moses is currently deemed surplus to requirements at Chelsea and had spent the past 12 months plying his trade with Fenerbahce. However, he is set to be reunited with Conte at Inter after playing a key role in the Italian’s 2016-17 Premier League title triumph while in charge of Chelsea. He featured 34 times in the league that term, scoring three times. Overall the pair worked together at Stamford Bridge for two seasons before Conte was sacked just two months after the end of the 2017-18 campaign. The last season saw them win the FA Cup too. Conte will be hoping the arrival of Moses can aid Inter’s title challenge as they look to usurp Juventus as champions of Italy. Juve (51 points) currently sit four points clear of second-placed Inter (47 points) after 20 matches apiece.Tags: Antonio ConteFernabacheInter MilanSerie AVictor Moses
Share Share Related Articles Gamesys tops list for GambleAware Q1 donations July 10, 2020 StumbleUpon 888 calls for Betgenius sportsbook makeover June 25, 2020 Submit 888 focuses on bolstering safer gambling measures amid COVID-19 crisis March 24, 2020 Limor Ganot – 888 HoldingsThe board of 888 Holdings has expanded its governance advisory, confirming the appointment of Limor Ganot as a corporate non-executive director.A seasoned executive in corporate financing and strategic planning for technology enterprises, Ganot is the Managing Partner of US/Israeli venture capital fund Gefen Capital.An Israeli business figurehead, Ganot has further served as CO-CEO and VP of Business Development of M&A for Israeli retail and property investment group Alon Blue Square (2004-2014).Since 2014, Ganot has served on the board of Diners Club International and held advisory roles for start-ups Twine Solutions and Saturas Ltd“I am delighted to welcome Limor to the 888 board,” said 888 Chairman Brian Mattingley on Ganot’s appointment.“Her involvement as a leader in a diverse range of businesses, together with her understanding of disruptive technologies, will be of significant benefit to 888 as we continue to grow and develop as a global leader in online gaming.”This June, 888 CEO Itai Pazner raised the firm’s 2020 EBITDA guidance, citing that performance was significantly ahead of expectations recording strong customer activity levels during the first six months of year trading.888 cited an average daily revenue increase of 34% year-on-year, attributed to higher customer numbers during the second half of 2019 noting a ‘structural shift towards online gaming accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic’.
La Liga leaders Real Madrid dropped points at home for only the second time this season when Villarreal fought back from a goal down in an entertaining 1-1 draw that left Real two points ahead of Barcelona on Sunday.Champions Atletico Madrid also stumbled, a 0-0 stalemate at Sevilla denting their chances of a second consecutive Spanish title and leaving them five points behind Barca in third.With a King’s Cup semifinal second leg against Barca looming on Wednesday, Villarreal coach Marcelino fielded a weakened side at the Bernabeu but it took Real until seven minutes into the second half to break the deadlock.Eric Bailly hauled Cristiano Ronaldo down in the penalty area and the Portugal captain picked himself up and sent goalkeeper Sergio Asenjo the wrong way with his spot-kick for his 30th goal of the campaign.Villarreal had the best chances in an even first half. Real keeper Iker Casillas did well to block a close-range Moises Gomez effort in the 12th minute and fullback Dani Carvajal cleared Gerard Moreno’s follow-up shot off the line.Moreno made up for his earlier miss and stunned the European champions when he lashed a shot low into the corner in the 64th minute. Ronaldo had two chances to restore Real’s lead but was twice denied by excellent Asenjo saves before substitute Jese missed an open goal after the Villarreal keeper had misjudged a cross.The visitors could even have claimed their first win at the Bernabeu when Luciano Vietto, another substitute, tested Casillas with a diving header four minutes from time.Villarreal withstood intense pressure in the final minutes, Ronaldo again going close with a header.It was the first game Real have failed to win at home in La Liga since they were beaten 2-1 by Atletico in September and was their first draw in Spain’s top flight this season.Elsewhere Carlo Ancelotti’s side lead on 61 points with 13 games left, with Barca, who host their great rivals at the Nou Camp in three weeks, on 59 after they won a scrappy game at Granada 3-1 on Saturday.Atletico have 54 points in third, one ahead of Valencia, who won 2-0 at home to Real Sociedad on Sunday and play at Atletico next weekend. Sevilla are seven points further back in fifth.–
Share on: WhatsApp Budapest, Hungary | AFP | Sebastian Vettel admitted he was glad that it is so difficult to overtake around the tight Hungaroring circuit after nursing his Ferrari car, with steering problems, to victory in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.The four-time world champion, whose victory lifted him 14 points clear of nearest rival Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes in this year’s title race, said he felt something wrong with his car on the grid, adding that it became worse during the race.“It was a tough one for me” he told reporters after the 46th win of his career. “I was hoping for a bit more of a quiet afternoon.“I felt already there was something not right when we dropped the car on the grid. The steering wheel was not on straight. It didn’t feel right and then it got worse.“I did try to adapt. I knew you could not change it and then I tried to save the rears. We spoke a little bit on the radio about it, talking through the problem.“They told me to avoid the kerbs, but on a track where you use the kerbs, it compromises your performance. In the second stint I wanted to make sure I could use the tyres so I was holding back.“In the end I was pretty well flat out and they were behind me queuing. It is good you cannot overtake around his track — I had no room for error!”He added that Ferrari team-mate Kimi Raikkonen who finished second behind him was “a lot faster” that he was during the closing stages of the race.“Kimi had good pace and could go a lot faster than me for the majority of the race,” he said. Raikkonen said: “I had the whole race following Sebastian and hoping he goes as fast as he can and not saving tyres — as the Mercedes was catching me.“But I was not too worried because the car was handling well,” he said. “I could follow [Vettel] very well, but it wasn’t ideal because I felt I had the speed and I was stuck in the middle.”
CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the video on a mobile deviceWatch the live reactions from Warriors coach Steve Kerr and Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni as well as the players following Wednesday night’s thrilling Game 5 of the Western Conference playoffs.The Warriors grabbed a 3-2 series advantage with the 104-99 win at Oracle but also suffered a loss. Golden State was dealt a rough blow when Kevin Durant left the game with a strained right calf in the second half. His status for …
2 December 2011Anglo-African bank Investec and the European Investment Bank (EIB) are to establish a €100-million renewable energy funding facility that will promote clean energy generation and energy-efficiency initiatives in South Africa.The initiative is in line with the South Africa’s recently announced Green Economy Accord, a partnership between the government, business and trade unions that aims to create jobs by promoting the development of the country’s “green” economy sector.The announcement was made on Wednesday in Durban, where the 17th Conference of the Parties (COP 17) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change is currently under way.Investec to evaluate projectsAccording to an EIB statement, the facility will support South African renewable energy projects and energy-efficiency activities, with Investec responsible for selection of projects and subsequent investment.The €100-million will be available for disbursement to selected opportunities over three years from the start of the programme.“Each project will be evaluated by Investec’s sector specialists and credit committee, in accordance with additional investment criteria set by the European Investment Bank, to ensure that projects deliver sound environmental benefits and abide by accepted business, environmental, social and labour practices,” the EIB said.‘Could transform SA’s renewable energy efforts’Investec’s Fazel Moosa said the facility “has the potential to help the government and industry transform South Africa’s renewable energy efforts.“Investec’s significant global and local experience in project finance for the renewable energy space, as well as its current investment pipeline, were instrumental in bringing this deal together.”Moosa added that Investec were proud to be partnering on the facility with “the largest international non-sovereign lender, with a presence across the globe.”EIB vice-president Plutarchos Sakellaris said that ensuring reliable electricity supply and more efficient use of energy was essential for economic growth around the world.“Working closely with Investec the European Investment Bank looks forward to addressing energy challenges in South Africa,” Sakellaris said.SAinfo reporter
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest The National Dairy FARM Program announced today the release of a stockmanship training video as part of the program’s partnership with the National Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program.The 27-minute video is divided into several chapters, including “Point of Balance,” “Understanding the Flight Zone” and “Utilizing Tools to Effectively Move Cattle.” Each segment contains reminder points and multiple choice questions to test viewers on the content. The video can serve as a training resource to satisfy the FARM Animal Care Version 3.0 requirement for annual employee training.The video, directed by Dr. Robert Hagevoort of New Mexico State and the U.S. Dairy Education & Training Consortium, is available on theFARM Program website and YouTube page in both English and Spanish.“We are more than happy to develop and provide a tool for farmers and employees that will help them better understand why cows behave the way they do, and as a result become more careful and more efficient animal caretakers,” Hagevoort said.The FARM Program, created by NMPF in 2009, believes the dairy industry has a great story to tell when it comes to producing safe, abundant and affordable milk and dairy beef. Beef Quality Assurance is a nationally coordinated, state-implemented program that informs U.S. beef producers and consumers about common sense husbandry techniques and accepted scientific knowledge that can help raise cattle under optimum management and environmental conditions. FARM’s partnership with BQA demonstrates that U.S. milk producers are committed to providing the best in animal care, residue prevention and environmental stewardship.
Wintry storm delivers US travel woes before Thanksgiving Recorded the very first technical foul of @MettaWorldPeace in the . 🌎 ✌️ #NBTC2019 pic.twitter.com/v5LMoKgPbXFEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logistics— Pong Ducanes (@ompongski) March 21, 2019 Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Miguel Romero Polo: Bamboo technology like no other Trump tells impeachment jokes at annual turkey pardon event Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next You can add one more technical foul under his name after the referees blew the whistle on him during the second quarter of the game between FilAm Sports and San Beda in the 2019 NBTC Nationals Finals.READ: Lonzo Ball injury, aging LeBron James set off Lakers’ free fall, says World PeaceUAAP’s basketball statistician Pong Ducanes captured the moment when World Peace entered the court from the FilAm Sports’ bench that got him his first technical foul in a Philippine basketball court.World Peace’s son Jeron Artest is one of the players in the FilAm sports roster.ADVERTISEMENT PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting MOST READ Colombia protesters vow new strike after talks hit snag Bloomberg: US would benefit from more, not fewer, immigrants Metta World Peace is at FilAm Sports’ bench during the NBTC National Finals at Mall of Asia Arena. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOMANILA, Philippines—Metta World Peace is known as one of the most physical players in NBA history and used that bruising demeanor to great effect having won the 2010 title with the Los Angeles Lakers.That physicality also led him to accrue 2,586 personal fouls and 77 technical fouls over the course of his 17-year NBA career.ADVERTISEMENT Google Philippines names new country director Lonzo Ball injury, aging LeBron James set off Lakers’ free fall, says World Peace LATEST STORIES View comments