About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Young happy Solskjaer keeping Man Utd coaching team togetherby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United captain Ashley Young is happy to see Ole Gunnar Solskjaer keep together the majority of the coaching staff after Jose Mourino’s sacking.Solskjaer has retained the services of coaches Michael Carrick and Kieran McKenna, who were both promoted to the senior side’s coaching set-up by Mourinho in the summer.Goalkeeper coach Emilio Alvarez, who was drafted in to the club in 2016, has also stayed at the club on the basis of his strong bond with David De Gea.”Carras, Kieran and Emilio have been fantastic,” Young, who has made 16 appearances this season, said.”The training sessions they’ve put on have been fantastic, top notch.”I can definitely see Carras being a manager one day and Kieran has been brilliant stepping up to the first team [from the Under-18s].”He’s taken to it like a duck to water and Emilio is a fantastic goalkeeping coach. It’s nice for them to be here and work under Mick and Ole as well.”
ANN ARBOR, MI – NOVEMBER 25: Dwayne Haskins #7 of the Ohio State Buckeyes looks to throw a pass in the second half against the Michigan Wolverines on November 25, 2017 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)Four-star quarterback Dwayne Haskins is one of the most highly-coveted uncommitted passers in the class of 2016, and there isn’t a lot of clarity when it comes to the schools that he favors. Haskins, who has offers from most prominent programs, has recently visited his home state Maryland Terrapins as well as Rutgers, and has offers from Michigan, Ohio State, Penn State, and Wisconsin. None of that kept him from posting a Lion King meme, taking a shot at the Big Ten conference. His tweet also includes a curious Notre Dame hashtag. We’re not sure if he was sent the meme or if he made it himself, or what this says about the schools involved in his recruitment, but it is certainly interesting.#WeAreND pic.twitter.com/maYW9ofCiD— •Ⓜ️ay 3rd• Glo Day (@dh_simba7) May 4, 2015We wouldn’t read too much into this for now, but that probably won’t prevent recruitniks from over-analyzing it. In all likelihood, this was just a harmless joke sent in from a Notre Dame fan somewhere.
Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde doesn’t seem convinced by the possibility of his side bringing Neymar back to Camp Nou anytime soon.The 26-year-old Brazilian part company with the Catalans last year to join Paris Saint-Germain in a world-record busting transfer just when Valverde took charge of the team.The Parisians had to splash out a staggering €222 million to secure the services of tricky forward, who at the time wanted to escape Leo Messi’s shadow.However, it seems that Neymar’s fortune let him down again, as he now finds himself in a shadow of Kylian Mbappe, the most talented youngster on the planet.Therefore, the ex-Santos star would like to leave Parc des Princes, and it appears that PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has put a release clause in his contract, which will become active in the summer of 2020.According to the Spanish news outlet, Marca, Valverde is still skeptical about Blaugrana’s chances of landing the former talisman in the forthcoming period.Quiz: How much do you know about David Villa? Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to test your knowledge about Spanish legendary forward David Villa.“I coached him for 15 days.“Any time of the season is a good one to ask these questions but Neymar is at another team, it’s all speculation.“We aren’t in the market to sign players.“It’s a good topic for speculation, but we don’t know what could happen.“It’s difficult, I don’t know… We’ll see.”As things stand, in case the current La Liga holders decide to rehire Neymar, they would have to allocate nothing less than £190 million to make the deal go through.
After a positive season such as Tottenham’s 2017/18 campaign, Pochettino explains that the determination to be better is paramount.The 46-year old Tottenham manager insists that working hard together as a squad is very important as they hope to produce the same result as they did in last season.“Across all areas, we need to improve [at Tottenham],” Pochettino says via Skysports.“It’s a very powerful thing to keep all the squad together but at the same time you need to understand that the power is only important if you are clever and use that power to push harder, work harder and to be better.Pochettino: ‘Happy’ Christian Eriksen ready for Spurs action Andrew Smyth – September 12, 2019 Mauricio Pochettino insists Christian Eriksen is “happy” and in the right frame of mind for Tottenham despite his failed summer exit.“When you add new players and some players leave, it is easy to refresh the squad and to have a different challenge.“Because last season we were good or the World Cup was good, we are going to repeat the same this season? It’s not like this in football. You always need to try to improve and that is the challenge that we need the players to realise: they need to work harder than last season.“Of course, there are the different circumstances and the World Cup and the pre-season was completely different. But that makes us as coaches think and provide the best tools to them to keep them performing in the way we need to win games.”
Summer season is the perfect time to flaunt your tattoo in sleeveless tees, shorts and beachwear. However, with the scorching sun, it becomes all the more important to take care of your tattoo and the skin. After all, you don’t want to be attacked by skin infections, allergies and heat rashes.Rohit Batra, dermatologist at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Vivek Mehta, dermatologist at Pulastya’s Cadle Skin Laser Clinic, Neha Mittal, aesthetic and cosmetic physician at Dermaworld Skin and Hair Clinics, suggest how to protect tattoos during summer: Also Read – Add new books to your shelfShowing off the tattoo is one of the key reasons for getting a tattoo done but at the same time it is also the main cause that it fades away. The sun’s UV rays will quickly reduce the beauty of the tattoo, making it appear dull, resulting in colour spreading or scarring.Therefore, sun protection is important. Apply sunscreen (SPF 30 or above) generously on the tattoo. Make sure that you do this soon after you get inked. Ten to 14 days after getting a tattoo done, limit your sun exposure and apply sunscreen. Reapply sunscreen every two to three hours. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveNo matter how difficult it is, control your urge to flaunt your tattoo for at least initial days of recovery in order to avoid any kind of infection. Scarring, sunburn and skin problems like Melanoma are other issues that may affect your skin.Avoid bathtubs, hot water and ocean or pool water as they may contain a harmful chemical which might cause irritation, allergy or other skin issues.It is quite normal to feel itchy and sensitive on the area of the tattoo especially after a few days of a new tattoo. Therefore, use a moisturiser with an anti-oxidant formula.
February 16, 2017 The security industry must declare itself a neutral party in cyber attacks between nation states, Microsoft President Brad Smith said here at the RSA Conference.”Even in an age of rising nationalism, we need to become a trusted and neutral digital Switzerland,” Smith told the audience, making an oblique reference to the rise of nationalist political movements in the U.S. and Europe.”As a global tech sector, we need to come together and sign our own pledge in conjunction with the world’s states,” said Smith. “We will protect customers, focus on defense, collaborate with each other and we will provide patches to all customers everywhere regardless of the attacks they face, and we will do our part to address the world’s needs.”We will not aid in attacking customers anywhere,” he added.Smith also urged attendees to call on governments to adopt a treaty or pledge that would enshrine the rights and safety of civilians during a cyber attack. Civilian infrastructure, including civilian governmental systems, should be off limits, he said, pointing to the 1949 Geneva Convention, which outlines how nations must treat civilians in times of war.A new convention on cyber attacks from nation states must focus on preventing attacks against civilians in times of peace. He pointed to the U.S. and China, which under the Obama administration — to cool rising tensions between the two countries — agreed to not partake in certain behaviors as part of cyber operations. President Trump should do the same with Russia, Smith said.This point is clearly a nod to the allegations that Russian intelligence elements hacked computers owned by the Democratic National Committee and used the information, along with misinformation, to undermine the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Smith also said governments should agree not to stockpile vulnerabilities that could be used in attacks.Lastly, Smith called for the creation of a new group to monitor cyber-attack activity. “What the world needs is a new independent organization, like IAEA,” he said, referring to the International Atomic Energy Agency. The organization Smith outlined would provide an impartial assessment of cyber attacks and identify nation-state attackers, which would give its judgement greater authority on the world stage.Smith’s concern is rooted in the rapid expansion of cyber attacks, both in scope and severity. “We’ve seen cyber attacks move from enthusiast to financial thieves to nations around the world,” said Smith. Taking strong positions on issues of national interest is nothing new for Smith, who last year used his keynote presentation to call on the security industry to stand with Apple in its case against the FBI.As warfare moves into cyberspace, Smith observed that this creates new problems not seen in other theaters of conflict, like oceans or airspace. For one thing, cyberspace exists everywhere, between computers, servers and phones carried by just about every living human being. Cyberspace is also, Smith pointed out, privately owned.”When it comes to these attacks, we are the plane of battle and the world’s first responders instead of nation state attacks being met by other nation states, they are being met by us,” Smith told RSA attendees, most of which are members of the security industry.Smith described the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack, allegedly carried out by North Korea in response to the film The Interview, as a major turning point in cyber attacks from nation states. It was, he said, not about attacking a government but rather, “attacking a private company over freedom of expression over, as it turned out, not a very popular movie.”Smith also highlighted the importance of the immigrant community in the technology industry, a reference to President Trump’s controversial travel ban targeted at seven majority Muslim countries.In recent years, the RSA Conference has become if not political, then at least more policy focused. Previous speakers have included, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter, embattled FBI director James Comey and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who used her time at the conference to defend the DOJ’s position that Apple should grant investigators access to an iPhone owned by one of the San Bernardino shooters. Enroll Now for Free 4 min read This story originally appeared on PCMag Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.