It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES Jo Koy: My brain always wants to think funny Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ View comments The outgoing captain added their two straight losses to the Green Archers and Far Eastern University, in the elimination round and Final Four, respectively proved to be the turning point of their season and they immediately turned to their mantra so set their sail back in the right direction.“We were tested throughout the whole season but staying with #BEBOB we didn’t break,” said Tolentino. “No one else can break this group of guys, our little team. #BEBOB was their to remind us we have each other and the whole Ateneo community is behind us.” MOST READ Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. And on Saturday skipper Vince Tolentino finally shared what “#BEBOB” really meant. “It started in our first Baler camp, coach Tab (Baldwin) came up with the hashtag that meant ‘Blue Eagles Band of Brothers,’” said Tolentino during the team’s media session before the ceremonial bonfire at Ateneo’s grounds. FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBrian Heruela arrival bolsters Phoenix backcourt, defense“It started in Baler because that’s where we first began everything.”Tolentino said the “#BEBOB” became their rallying cry throughout their 13-1 eliminations in Season 80, and all the way to their Game 3 Finals victory over De La Salle to win the crown. Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set UAAP Season 80 Preview: Ateneo Blue Eagles PLAY LIST 03:16UAAP Season 80 Preview: Ateneo Blue Eagles02:36Archers, Eagles favorites to win UAAP Season 8002:40Australia fires: Battle to save homes in New South Wales02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netFor those following the social media activities of Ateneo during the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball tournament, there was a hashtag that certainly piqued the curiosity of some.That hasthag was “#BEBOB” with the entire the Blue Eagles roster blowing it up across social media as they prepped up for De La Salle in the Finals.ADVERTISEMENT OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson Phivolcs records 2 ‘discrete weak ash explosions’ at Taal Volcano Ateneo not done, wants more titles Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales?
0Shares0000Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku joined Manchester United from Everton in one of the highest-profile transfers of the summer © AFP / Nikolay DOYCHINOVLONDON, United Kingdom, Aug 9 – Ahead of Arsenal’s home game with Leicester City in the curtain-raiser to the new Premier League season on Friday, AFP Sport selects the 10 biggest transfers of the close season:Romelu Lukaku – Everton to Manchester United; £75 million ($97.5 million, 83 million euros) rising to £90 million*After four increasingly prolific seasons at Everton, Belgium striker Lukaku has been given another shot at the big time with Manchester United.Lukaku, 24, has been brought in to replace Zlatan Ibrahimovic and will hope to do a better job of impressing manager Jose Mourinho than he managed during their time together at Chelsea.Alvaro Morata– Real Madrid (ESP) to Chelsea; £58 million*Chelsea have signed Spain forward Alvaro Morata © AFP/File / FRANCK FIFEWith Diego Costa having been very publicly frozen out by manager Antonio Conte, Chelsea broke their transfer record to sign 24-year-old Spain striker Morata.He made an inauspicious start to his Chelsea career by squandering his spot-kick in a Community Shield penalty shootout loss to Arsenal.Benjamin Mendy– Monaco (FRA) to Manchester City; £52 million*France defender Benjamin Mendy is a high-profile signing for Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City © AFP/File / FRANCK FIFESaddled with an ageing group of full-backs, Pep Guardiola found it difficult to play the kind of thrusting football he loves in his maiden campaign as Manchester City manager.He has taken remedial action during the close season, most notably forking out £52 million to make France left-back Mendy the game’s most expensive defender.Alexandre Lacazette– Lyon (FRA) to Arsenal; £46.5 million rising to £52.6 million*France striker Lacazette had been poised to join Atletico Madrid, only for the Court of Arbitration for Sport to uphold a transfer ban against the Spanish club.Arsenal stepped in, breaking their transfer record to sign the 26-year-old, who was the top-scoring Frenchman in Ligue 1 in each of the last three seasons.Kyle Walker– Tottenham Hotspur to Manchester City; £45 million rising to £50 million*The second of Manchester City’s three new full-backs (the other being Brazilian Danilo), Walker arrived from Spurs after Dani Alves opted to join Paris Saint-Germain over rejoining forces with Guardiola.Walker’s flying raids down the right flank for Tottenham have turned him into England’s first-choice number two.Bernardo Silva– Monaco (FRA) to Manchester City; £43 million*Portuguese playmaker Silva pitched up at City after his 11 goals and 12 assists inspired Monaco to Ligue 1 glory and a place in the Champions League semi-finals.The 22-year-old is expected to line up on the right flank for City, as he did at Monaco, but is likely to have been earmarked as the long-term successor to his namesake David Silva.Tiemoue Bakayoko– Monaco (FRA) to Chelsea; £40 million*The third player to have left Monaco for England, France midfielder Bakayoko will make Chelsea’s midfield an even more intimidating prospect.Tall and muscular, the former Rennes player will provide a redoubtable physical presence alongside the buzzing N’Golo Kante.Nemanja Matic– Chelsea to Manchester United; £40 million*Deemed surplus to requirements at Chelsea following Bakayoko’s arrival, Matic moved to United to link up with Mourinho, who previously brought him back to Chelsea from Benfica in 2014.A stylish but steely holding midfielder, the 28-year-old Serbia international will provide a counterweight for the forward runs of last year’s star signing, Paul Pogba.Ederson– Benfica (POR) to Manchester City; £35 million*The goalkeeping situation gave Guardiola constant problems during his first season at the Etihad Stadium, with Claudio Bravo proving an inadequate replacement for Joe Hart, who was loaned out to Torino.Guardiola moved to remedy the problem by signing 23-year-old Brazilian Ederson, who became the world’s second most expensive goalkeeper after Gianluigi Buffon.Mohamed Salah– Roma (ITA) to Liverpool; £34 million*A bright light in a gloomy transfer window for Liverpool.Egyptian winger Salah did not get a look-in during his previous spell with Chelsea, but he excelled in Serie A with Fiorentina and Roma, scoring 35 goals in 81 games.* denotes fee as reported by British media0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
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1 Roman Abramovich If you’re not a Chelsea fan, the chances are they are the team you most love to hate.That dubious honour used to belong unequivocally to Manchester United, gorged for so long on the success shaped firstly by Alex Ferguson, and then by Sir Alex Ferguson.Since 2004, however, the landscape has changed and the Blues from west London have replaced the Reds from the north-west on people’s wish-list for failure.Some of that can be attributed to the fact that, like United before them, they keep on winning trophy after trophy. But some of it is down to the fact they stand for the absolute worst of the modern game, a plaything for the rich and to hell with the long-term consequences.And that is why, for the good of football, I hope the sacking of Jose Mourinho comes back to bite Roman Abramovich squarely on the arse I imagine he parks on a pile of silken cushions every evening.Don’t get me wrong, I’ve no particular love for Mourinho. Like many people during his first foray into the Premier League, I found him amusing and a breath of fresh air. Second time around, he’s been little more than a bore and a bully.This season he has cut an increasingly desperate figure – indeed, Dietmar Hamann told talkSPORT in October he looked like a man ‘begging for the sack’. If that was indeed his end game, then once more he has got what he wanted.This, though, represents the tenth managerial change in 11 years since Mourinho was first appointed in June 2004. That attrition rate, you would think, would signal a club in crisis.The trophy haul, however, tells a different tale. Since the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ walked into Stamford Bridge, the Blues have won four Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups, the Champions League and the Europa League.Under ten different managers.And that’s why I hope expected caretaker manager Guus Hiddink fails. And why I hope his expected long-term successor, Diego Simeone, also fails. Because if Abramovich’s trigger happy approach continues to reap rewards in the shape of silverware, other chairmen and owners will see it as the blueprint for success.David Moyes was given just ten months to re-shape Manchester United following Fergie’s departure. But are they honestly in significantly better shape now under Louis van Gaal than they were under the Scot?Brendan Rodgers led Liverpool to second place in the Premier League in 2013-14, was named LMA Manager of the Year – the first Anfield chief to win that accolade in 20 years – and signed a new four-year contract in May 2014. Six months later he was sacked. Roy Hodgson, meanwhile, spent just seven months in the Anfield hot-seat. This at a club, remember, famed for its ‘boot room’ factory of managerial consistency.Andre Villas-Boas was given 18 months at Tottenham (although that was twice as long as he was allowed to ‘rebuild the culture’ at Chelsea). His successor at White Hart Lane, Tim Sherwood, lasted six months. He was then granted two months longer than that to try to turn around an Aston Villa ship that has been heading for the rocks for a numbers of years now.Paolo Di Canio was given six months at Sunderland. As was Dick Advocaat.All those decisions may turn out to be the right ones. But what the constant hiring and firing of managers does is give players an excuse and an easy get out clause.Mourinho talked about being ‘betrayed’ by some of his players, but that’s the culture Abramovich’s attitude has created. After all, why bother to be accountable when you know your next boss will be along shortly?The Russian oligarch may be able to stare fondly at a trophy cabinet that suggests he is following the right path. But where is the stability? Where is the future planning? It can’t be coincidence that the last player to come through the junior ranks at the club was John Terry, a man from a different generation.If the owner of a ‘proper business’ conducted his affairs in that way, they would be deemed a basket case. But while it keeps getting results, the practice will continue. And will spread.So, despite this being the season of goodwill to all men, I wish Chelsea a very unhappy New Year.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe top 10 theme park moments of 2019 “Two weeks before, I was watching the news and just seeing everything that happened,” Margaret said. “I was sad.” With her friend Rae Edge, 14, the two booked eight bands “from all over the area,” Margaret said. The concert featured “hard-core … screamy’ music,” she said. She and her crew, made up of family members, charged $5 a head, plus a $3 re-entry fee. About 200 primarily young people showed up, Margaret said. The concert raised $1,037.50, which will be sent to the Salvation Army in Waveland, Miss., said Margaret’s mother, Katie Lira. “If something like that happened to me, I would want them to help me,” Margaret said. MONROVIA — Four years ago, Margaret Lira was touched by the plight of the children whose lives were forever changed by the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. With the help of then-Principal Jill Selak at Mayflower Elementary and her family, Margaret initiated a fund-raiser at the school, “Penny Power,” in which students and their relatives donated coins later sent to the New York PTA to help youngsters through the school community there. Earlier this month, Margaret, 13, watched the destruction and devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina on television and again she wanted to help. This time she organized a benefit concert featuring high school-age bands who performed Sept. 17 at the Monrovia Christian Vineyard, a youth center. The event was definitely different from her Mayflower fund-raiser, Margaret said. She recruited her mother, father Henry Lira, twin 10-year-old brothers, an uncle who is a professional bodyguard, and a cousin, Frank Lira, and his wife, Maria. “I feel pretty good. I’m glad the bands came out and played,” Margaret said. “They are all following up on what is happening with the hurricane.” Another helper who showed up was Selak, with whom the Liras have kept in touch. Selak worked the refreshment table. “It was really well attended,” Selak said. “The teens were so well behaved. I was so impressed and surprised. It was just so well run.” Katie Lira said she was really proud of her daughter. The bands that performed at the concert were Fiddling While Rome Burns, Kingdom, Le Coma Reve, Asaria, The Love Story, Confide, South Bend and LA Assassins. Tatiana Butko can be reached at (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2201 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.orgWant local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
PICTURE SPECIAL: Donegal’s newest food festival HOMEGROWN FOOD FESTIVAL had another great year with top chefs and foods from across Ireland showing of their products. Large crowds descended all over the weekend to the festival which was being held at the LYIT campus.Despite the horrible weather conditions that didn’t put you food lovers off who came in their droves to see the cooking demonstrations and pick up plenty of high end products from the stalls dotted all around the venue.With fantastic local chefs Brian McDermott and Martin Anderson showing us all how to eat healthy to a little more decadence from the lovely Rachel Allen and Kevin Dundon a great weekend was had by all!HUGE CROWDS ENJOY DONEGAL’S NEWEST FOOD FESTIVAL – PICTURE SPECIAL was last modified: July 13th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:Featuresnews
A Letterkenny Municipal District Councillor has expressed his frustration at the lack of action on motions submitted by members.Independent Councillor John O’Donnell was speaking at this afternoon’s meeting of the Letterkenny MD.In supporting a motion from Councillor Ciaran Brogan to improve facilities at the bus stop next to the old Oatfield factory, Councillor O’Donnell hit out. “I don’t think there is any point bringing in motions,” said Councillor O’Donnell.“I highlighted this two years ago. All we get are soft answers.“They’re falling on deaf ears most of the time. It is very frustrating.“We are making the reps and are doing what the electorate want. When we follow them up, we get them proposed, seconded and they’re talked about. Nothing is very done and we get soft answers. “We are not bringing motions if they weren’t concerns that our electorate bring to us.”Regarding the improvement to the bus stop, Councillor Brogan was told the roads department have begun negotiations with the NTA with a view to carrying out upgrade works, including the provision of seating.Councillor Brogan said: “It is used by thousands of people on a weekly basis. A lot of people come and go, young and old, and there isn’t so much as a seat.“There is nothing for people with disabilities. For a small amount of money, it could be made more user friendly and attractive. People are frustrated about it and it has been mentioned to me.”‘No point submitting motions…they fall on deaf ears’ – Councillor highlights frustration was last modified: October 11th, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare 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:Councillor Ciaran BroganCouncillor John O’DonnellletterkennyLetterkenny Municipal District
January resolutions. The time of year where people change their lives and REALLY want to stick to those changes, but find it really, difficult to do so.How then do we break the habit of starting our new healthy regime in January, only to have it fail by February? The answer is in the question!When it comes to January Resolutions, we like to do a bit of Disneyfying. We expect everything to be perfect and our diet and training to be on track and to never veer off course until the exact amount of weight we want to lose, is lost. This expectation of perfection is why so many resolutions fail.Nothing will ever go exactly to plan. Life will get in the way. Family matters will come up. Work issues will arise. General issues might throw you off course.If you had nothing planned except perfection, when these things arise, you have nowhere to go.So, how do we break the habit of starting our new healthy regime in January, only to have it fail by February? Allow yourself to fail!When you are planning your January resolutions, in your plans, plan for failure.Why would you plan for failure? It’s simple, because it will inevitably happen.If you do not allow for something to give along the way, you will be disappointed when it happens and that can lead to you stopping altogether.Failure is part of life. Our reaction to it and how we deal with it is what determines whether we win or lose. What I mean by that is;> If you give up, you’ve lost> If you keep going you’ve wonDon’t give up because you have had 1 bad meal, or a bad day or a bad weekend.Nothing good comes from that.Instead, look at what happened, why it happened and see if you can find a better way around it if something similar comes up again. By looking for solutions you are finding a way to deal with things if something similar were to happen down the road, and it WILL happen, so please don’t think that it won’t.But if you are prepared for it and you are expecting these slight blips, you will be able to deal with them and get back on track after they happen.That is how you stick to your resolutions.#TrainSmartIf you can’t make it to the gym due to having a busy job or life, then our LADIES ONLY online plan that you can do from home might be of interest to you. Click the link above to learn more.DD Fitness: How to stick to your January resolutions was last modified: January 13th, 2018 by Emmet RusheShare 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:emmet rushefitnessgymJanuarynew years resolutionsweight loss
A newsletter subscriber sent me a note to ask that I remove him from my email list. He was taken aback by the length of the newsletter. It was 642 words in total. That’s a lot less than a magazine article, and a bit more than a blog post. He complained that the email newsletter was too long.The subscriber who sent me the note is right. For him, the newsletter is too long. If it doesn’t create value for him, then he is right to unsubscribe (and you might think about unsubscribing from anything doesn’t create value for you).Are we losing our ability to read long-form, write long from, and think in more than soundbites? Twitter allows 140 characters. Text messages are limited to 160 characters. The news that you see and hear every day provides you with sound bites, framing a complicated, complex issue up to what can be read in a minute or two. For a lot of information, this might be enough. But if something is important, you need to drink deeply.Sipping from the StreamWhile I was recovering from brain surgery in late 1992, I read a book a day for about 60 days. I told my neurologist that I felt like my brain was on fire. He told me that it was likely compensation, that there is nothing about having a piece of your brain removed that would cause it to operate at peak performance.After about 60 days of recovery, I started back to work. With less time to read, I slowed down to reading a book a week. I kept up this pace while working during the day and attending college at night, and then when I attended law school. No matter what my work or school work required, I maintained a book a week.I was sipping from the stream, making sure I got a small taste of everything as it passed by. But I wasn’t applying as much of what I read as I might have.Drinking DeeplyI’ve intentionally slowed down my reading. Instead of trying to keep up with the stream, I am more selective. I have chosen to drink deeply because the value in reading books and magazines, listening to audio programs, and taking courses is to apply what you have learned.When you sip from the stream, you gain awareness. You get to sample lots of ideas. But you don’t devote enough time and energy to truly benefit, and you have likely shifted your attention from one idea to the next, not gaining much in the way of application.There is a difference between awareness and integration.As you sip from the stream, you need to look for what is most important and most useful to you now. And then you need to drink deeply. You need to find longer form content and spend time studying it. Ask yourself “What part of this do I need to apply to my work?” Or, “How do I begin executing on these ideas now?”Information is essentially free and completely ubiquitous. You carry a good part of the collected knowledge of humankind in the smart phone in your pocket (or more likely, in your hand). Not everything that flies by you is worth your time or your energy. Small sips are not going to quench your thirst.What is worth your time and energy deserves more of your time and energy. When something rises to that level, drink deeply without worrying about what you are missing.How much time do you spend sipping from the stream of information being hurled at you? How much time do you spend drinking deeply?How much of what you see, read, and study are you applying to your life in some useful, meaningful way? How much do you forget within hours?How would your results be improved if you spent more time working on studying and applying a few things instead of trying to keep up with the many novelties and distractions? Get the Free eBook! Learn how to sell without a sales manager. Download my free eBook! You need to make sales. You need help now. We’ve got you covered. This eBook will help you Seize Your Sales Destiny, with or without a manager. Download Now
Jammu and Kashmir police today claimed to have busted a module of Hizbul Mujahideen terror outfit with the arrest of a militant and nine others who were “influencing” young and innocent boys in Baramulla district to join militancy.“With the arrest of one militant Irshad Ahmad Shah of Seelu village of Sopore in Baramulla, police has been able to bust a huge network who were spearheading militant activities and recruitment of local boys in Baramulla and Sopore. A total of nine persons were arrested so far,” a police official told PTI.He said Shah alias “Tanveer”, who along with two other absconders are involved in killing of a civilian Eidul Amin Mir of Behrampora, has been active with Hizbul Mujahideen for more than two years.The conspiracy to kill Mir was hatched in the house of overground Hizb worker Azhar Imtiyaz of Behrampora who was also arrested, the officer said adding efforts are on to arrest two other militants involved in the killing.He said Shah’s arrest led to the busting of the network of overground activists of the outfit who were aiding and abetting insurgency besides luring young boys towards militancy.“In a series of raids, police assisted by security forces has arrested nine persons from different parts of the district,” the spokesman said and identified the arrested persons as Mudasir Ahmad Ganie and Abdul Majeed Dar of Ladoora village, Ajaz Ahmad Shah of Shangergund, Azhar Imtiyaz of Behrampora, Ghulam Mustafa Lone of Thagund, Showkat Ahmad Mir and Aejaz Ahmad Bhat of Bomai and Mohammad Yasin Tantray and Abdul Majid Shah of Wadoora Payeen.Referring to the killing of two hardcore militants of Hizbul Mujahideen in an encounter in Baramulla on February 4, the officer said the investigations revealed that one of the slain militants — Azhar Khan of Trich village in Kupwara — was a “radical ideologue” of the outfit who with the other killed militant had gone to Pakistan on passports and received arms training there.“Both these militants were active in Sopore and Baramulla and with the help of this busted overground superstructure were enticing young boys from Sopore and Baramulla for militancy,” the officer said.“Based on the information which was generated during the course of these investigations, some boys who were being recruited for militant activities were counselled and handed over to their families thus saving their lives,” the officer said, appealing parents to watch over their children and not to let them “fall into the trap of militant propaganda”.