Tag: 广州高端服务微信

Culture of despair

first_img Previous article€9million sports development at ULNext articleCian recovering well after UL fountain incident admin Print WhatsApp Facebook DO not despair about the economy, was the message this week from former Attorney General Peter Sutherland, at the opening of the Kemmy Business School at UL.“There are many commenting on the present crisis who have absolutely no idea what they are talking about, which is creating a culture of despair.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “People forget that there are things we do exceedingly well. “Our youth are looked upon very well internationally, which is important in the global market.“Employment is currently at 2002 levels, 80% higher than the level in 1992”.During his lecture entitled ‘Ireland’s Economic Condition,’ he stressed that the December Budget needed to be passed to resolve our immediate financial problems.“The danger is we will not deal with reform and we will just cut across the board. “We have to translate what we are doing into affective reform and manage our own affairs effectively”. The Kemmy Business School contains a stimulated Trading Floor that is globally connected through a Thomson-Reuters licence. NewsLocal NewsCulture of despairBy admin – November 11, 2010 443 center_img Email Advertisement Linkedin Twitterlast_img read more

China Masters, Dutch Open badminton tournaments cancelled

first_imgKUALA LUMPUR: The Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Tuesday announced the cancellations of the China Masters and Dutch Open from its revamped calendar for the 2020 season due to the coronavirus pandemic.”Two BWF Tour Super 100 tournaments have been cancelled from the revamped BWF Tournament Calendar for the year — the Lingshui China Masters 2020 and YONEX Dutch Open 2020,” said the BWF in its statement. “The Lingshui China Masters 2020 was rescheduled twice previously from its original slot at the start of the year (25 February – 1 March) due to the COVID-19 outbreak. It was initially postponed until May and then moved again to 25-30 August 2020. “Badminton Netherlands announced the cancellation of their flagship tournament citing continued risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. “The YONEX Dutch Open was due to take place 6-11 October in Almere, Netherlands.” Last month, the 2020 Swiss Open and the 2020 European Championships were both cancelled due to unavailability of dates for the two tournaments. Meanwhile, the World Junior Championships, which was slated to be held in Auckland, New Zealand in September this year. The tournament will now be held from January 11-24, 2021. The event will be preceded by the World Junior Mixed Team Championships with the BWF scheduling it from January 11 to 16. IANS Also Watch: #NewsMakers: Discourse on Saving Dehing-Patkailast_img read more

John-Austin Ricks turns in serviceable performance in place of Miles Robinson in loss to Albany

first_imgALBANY, N.Y. – Albany head coach Trevor Gorman didn’t find out that Syracuse would be without arguably its best player, center back Miles Robinson, until lineup cards were exchanged shortly before kickoff.U.S. Soccer announced Friday that Robinson was among the group selected to the U-20 National Team for its upcoming games, but Gorman prepared as if the first-team freshman All-American from a year ago would be in Albany Tuesday night.“I’m not studying that much to be honest with you,” Gorman said. “We knew they’re good. Whether they’re missing one, two or three players, they’re going to be good.”In Robinson’s place, freshman John-Austin Ricks shouldered the brunt of the minutes on the back line. Senior Louis Cross played the entire game at Robinson’s center back spot, while Kamal Miller stayed at his usual left-back post and Ricks played 70 of 90 minutes at right back. Ricks has seen sizable minutes this season, playing in all 11 games and starting four, but none of those were in place of Robinson.He was thrown into the fire on one of the best defenses in the country Tuesday night, and turned in a serviceable performance, by his standards, in No. 3 Syracuse’s (8-2-1, 2-1-1 Atlantic Coast) 2-1 upset loss to Albany (5-3-2, 0-0-1 America East) at Tom & Mary Casey Stadium.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“I think I played decent, but definitely could’ve played better …” Ricks said. “I always put it on myself if we don’t win.”Freshman Kyle Gurrieri filled Robinson’s spot in the starting lineup and played defensive midfield while Mo Adams, who has started every game, played right back for the first 20 minutes. On Albany’s first goal, Great Danes forward Nico Solabarrieta left Gurrieri on the ground near the corner flag before his cross was parried away by SU goalkeeper Hendrik Hilpert, who deflected it to the feet of Leo Melgar. Melgar one-timed his volley into the net to give Albany a 1-0 lead less than three minutes into the game.Gurrieri subbed out for Ricks about 15 minutes later, and the latter firmed up a Syracuse defense that didn’t allow a shot on goal for the rest of the first half. Ricks said he grew up playing center back, so his move from right wing to right back didn’t thrust him out of his comfort zone. Ricks is much smaller in stature than Robinson, and even normal right back Cross, so his 6-foot frame lends itself better to being a distributer rather than the aerial threats Robinson and Cross are.“As soon as (head coach Ian McIntyre) pulled me up, I knew that I needed to make an impact,” Ricks said. “(Robinson) has always been kind of a big presence back there, so it’s definitely hard not having him. But we’re a good enough group of guys that we should be able to handle this game.”For Syracuse, though, there was one more threat it couldn’t handle that proved to be the dagger.On a cross into the box that landed right at the feet of Jonathan Interiano, Ricks and sophomore Adnan Bakalovic were the closest ones nearby. Interiano had time to take a touch and slot the ball inside the left post with 15 minutes left, ultimately extending the Orange’s winless streak to three games.“They threw I think like four or five guys in the box and we were poor to stay with our men. It just kind of bobbled around and fell right to his feet,” Ricks said. “It was bad on our part.”After the game, senior captain Liam Callahan consoled Ricks. The freshman sat on the bench with his warmup top draped over his head and a defeated look on his face.The Four Nations tournament Robinson is playing in goes until next Tuesday in Manchester, England. Syracuse visits No. 8 Louisville on Friday. Ricks may fill the void on the back line again, this time against one of the country’s best teams with the Orange’s backs already up against the wall.“It’s a wonderful opportunity for Miles … we’ve got good players so it provides an opportunity for other guys to step up,” McIntyre said. “Some inexperience out there tonight but they’ll be better for this, as perverse as that is and as tough it is right now.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 4, 2016 at 10:56 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidmanlast_img read more

2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup: England, France Qualify For Next Round

first_imgStandings:France 6 pointsJapan 3 pointsHonduras 3 pointsNew Caledonia 0 point Group FEngland 3-2 MexicoIraq 3-0 Chile Standings:England 6 pointsIraq 4 pointsMexico 1 pointChile 0 point England and France have qualified for the second round of the ongoing FIFA u-17 World Cup in India after respective victories over Mexico and Japan on Matchday 6.Highly rated Borussia Dortmund youngster Jadon Sancho scored one of the goals as England booked a last 16 place with a 3-2 win over Mexico in Group F. Sancho has now scored three goals in two appearances at the tournament.In the other group game, Iraq thrashed Chile 3-0 with Mohammed Dawoud Yassen getting two goals to take his tally to three goals in two games.France are also through to the last 16 after forward Amine Gouini scored a brace to help his side to a 2-1 win over Japan thus taking his tournament tally to four goals as the leading goalscorer.Results:Group EFrance 2-1 JapanHonduras 5-0 New Caledonia Today’s Matches (Matchday 7):Group AGhana vs. IndiaUSA vs. ColombiaGroup BTurkey vs. ParaguayMali vs. New ZealandRelated2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup Review: Mexico Complete Last 16 LineupOctober 16, 2017In “FIFA”2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup Wrap (Matchday 8): West African Teams Suffer Contrasting FortunesOctober 14, 2017In “FIFA”2017 FIFA U-17 World Cup Wrap: England Off To Winning StartOctober 9, 2017In “FIFA”last_img read more