TAGSChelseaChelsea – Davide ZappacostaChelsea defender Davide ZappacostaPremier League 2020-21 SHARE Euro 2020 LIVE broadcast in more than 200 countries, check how you can watch Live Streaming of EURO 2020 in your country Sport News Chelsea defender Davide Zappacosta will spend the 2020-21 season on loan at Serie A club Genoa, the Premier League club confirmed on Saturday.Zappacosta, 25, joined Chelsea from Torino in 2017 and went on to make 52 appearances for the London club. He spent the 2019-20 season on loan at Roma but a knee injury limited him to just eight appearances. Football Previous articleAIFF to conduct three-day International Virtual Conference for coachesNext articleLa Liga LIVE streaming in India: When and where to watch Villareal vs Eibar LIVE on TV and Online, Head to Head Statistics, La Liga LIVE Streaming Link, Fixture and Schedule Kunal DhyaniSports Tech enthusiast, he reports on Sports Tech industry and writes on sports products. By Kunal Dhyani – September 19, 2020 Euro 2020, Switzerland vs Turkey: Top 5 players to watch out for in SUI vs TUR Facebook Twitter PUBG Mobile – Krafton IPO: PUBG Mobile promoters Krafton ready to break all records, aims 5 billion IPO Euro 2020, Italy vs Wales LIVE: Wales look ready and equipped for Italy challenge early on; Follow Live Updates Football Euro 2020, North Macedonia vs Netherlands: Top 5 players to watch out for in MKD vs NED Football Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Bett1Open 2021 Final: Liudmila Samsonova beat Belinda Bencic to clinch title Football PSL 2021 Playoffs Live: How to watch PSL 2021 Playoffs LIVE streaming in your country, India Football Zappacosta has won 13 caps for Italy, the most recent of which came two years ago.Genoa, who avoided relegation last season with a 3-0 victory over Hellas Verona on the final day, begin their Serie A campaign against Crotone on Saturday. Football Esports Premier League 2020-21: Chelsea defender seals loan switch to Genoa Euro 2020, Italy vs Wales: 3 key battles to watch out for in ITA vs WAL RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Euro 2020, Switzerland vs Turkey LIVE: Must-win game for both teams, Kickoff at 9.30PM IST; Follow Live Updates FootballEnglish Premier LeagueSportSport NewsSports Business Football Football Euro 2020: Didier Deschamps offers Ousmane Dembele update ahead of Portugal match
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But the England vs Croatia match in the 2018 FIFA World Cup attracted many. England lost the World Cup semifinal 1-2 in the Extra Time with Mario Mandzukic heading the final nail in England’s coffin. But this time, England is a powerhouse with its attacking line one of the best in the world. As for Croatia, after the runners-up finish, they haven’t had the best of the journey and England will have a chance to avenge their loss. The Group D match will be played on June 13 at the Wembley Stadium from 12:30 AM.Also Read: Euro 2020: 5 dark horses who can stage upset in Euro 2020France vs Germany: Reigning World Cup champion vs four-time World Cup champion, France vs Germany match offers a spectacle. The likes of Kylian Mbappe and Paul Pogba will take on Thomas Muller and Joshua Kimmich. 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LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS S10 – Matt Mullan and Paul Hill are on and a re-set is required following some instability. The second attempt is a mess, but Danny Care passes the ball away to Ford from the back of a collapsed set-piece.S11 – Jamie George has joined proceedings. On the engage, both Mullan and Holmes appear to collapse inwards and the ball dribbles out on that side but following a melee on the floor between Care and Nick Frisby, Joubert calls for another England put-in. The second attempt creates a similar shape, with packs actually splintering off from one another. Joubert sees no infringements and blows for an Australia put-in when, bizarrely, Hill falls on the ball at Billy Vunipola’s feet and knocks on.S12 – Frisby feeds and the Wallabies are sent backwards by a drive that is angled through Mullan. Joubert penalises Scott Fardy for breaking his bind on that side and the game is over with Farrell’s successful kick.Third Test, SydneyAustralia 40 England 44Referee: Nigel OwensFirst halfS1 – Nigel Owens marks the scrum, tells Stephen Moore and Dylan Hartley to “get to the left of it” opposite one another and stay put. “We’ve had a long discussion about this,” says the Welsh official. “The standard starts from the first scrum.”“Mako, stay in the fight” comes an English shout. Owens calls across to the left to ask his touch-judge to “watch the shoulder for me, please,” before asking Nick Phipps: “nine, middle, please.” On engage, Australia drive forward and Owens awards a free-kick to England. “Hold – control the hit,” says Owens, unhappy with the amount of movement prior to the put-in.S2 – England opt to take a scrum. “Here we go, Coley” shouts George Kruis. “Middle please, nine,” repeats Owens to Ben Youngs. Dan Cole and James Slipper hit the floor and Owens signals for an Australia penalty. “Off the arm,” Owens says, highlighting Cole’s bind. “Get the pressure off the arm.”S3 – “Big scrum, Coley,” is Chris Robshaw’s shout. “Shoulders up, boys,” adds Dylan Hartley. After marking the scrum for both hookers, Owens addresses James Slipper: “Keep that bind long, hit up. Keep your knees off the ground. I appreciate last time you came back up and that was not the reason for the collapse. Shoulder out.” There is a false start on the scrum’s assembly but the second attempt brings a solid scrum until it goes down with Australia going forward. However, the ball is at the back by then and Owens tells Phipps to use it. “Just a slip, play,” confirms the referee.Open dialogue: Nigel Owens was in constant communication with both sides in SydneyS4 – Owens has some requests for touch-judge Mike Fraser: “Give me the call, Mike, okay? Watch the binding, watch his side.” He then breaks off to address Slipper again: “Shoulder out.” Australia’s shove is strong, and England go down but Billy Vunipola picks up the ball and shunts forward.S5 – “If I say ‘use it’, it’s because nothing happens when the ball comes, okay?” says Owens to Ben Youngs. “Just give me a few seconds,” replies Youngs, explaining that it is sometimes tough to find the ball in a collapsed scrum. Almost immediately following Youngs’ put-in, Owens penalises Australia. Slipper is told: “Look at your binding, look at where your feet are – further back. Get them underneath you stronger, because you went straight down.”Interestingly, at a break in play soon after this, Owens tells Sekope Kepu the same thing: “Even if you’re dominant and your feet are back, you are going to go down. I will deal with the most obvious.” Kepu acknowledges this and replies “are you happy with the squareness [of the scrum]?” Owens says: “Squareness is good, so keep that up.”S6 – ‘If I say use it, you use it,” repeats Owens to Phipps. A rapid hook allows Phipps to feed Bernard Foley from a steady scrum.S7 – England are lucky here. After Youngs’ put-in, the ball stays under the feet of England’s front-rows for around seven seconds. Australia mount a secondary push and England collapse, but the ball ricochets out of the set-piece and Youngs passes to George Ford.S8 – “On their ball down there, were we close to getting the penalty?” asks Moore at the next scrum. Owens admits he was on the wrong side and that the ball came away before he could see any offence.When the packs assemble, Hartley calls: “Height, boys, height.” Owens addresses both front-rows: “The scrums are getting better.” Another steady set-piece results. However, the ball shoots out and Phipps must rush.Second halfS9 – Owens has another pointer for England: “Make sure the back-rows stay bound on the second-rows, okay boys?” He repeats the same message to Australia. The scrum is sturdy at the first attempt and Billy Vunipola picks up, bursting blind and bypassing a bound Hooper to score.S10 – Owens addresses both packs: “Scrums are very good now. We keep the same standards, no excuses.” Phipps puts the ball in and brings it out quickly, passing to Foley. After stretching England with some patient phase-play, Australia score through Michael Hooper.S11 – “Same as the last scrum please,” says Owens. The scrum stays up once more, but England push through to allow Youngs to pressurise Wycliff Palu and force a knock-on.S12 – Slipper receives another quick message from Owens: “Both legs strong underneath, okay? Knees off the ground.” The Welshman also warns: “No pre-engage.” Danny Care, on for Youngs, feeds and the scrum stays up for eight or nine seconds. England edge forward during this period, and Owens penalises Australia when the packs break apart. “Not driving square, running round – back five,” he explains, indicating that the Wallabies’ second- and back-rows are at fault. “Not the front-row, the back five.”S13 – Two entirely new front-rows come together for this set-piece. “The boys on before you have been excellent,” says Owens. “I expect the same from you on this last scrum.” Both teams, almost inevitably, go to deck before Phipps can feed. “That’s not good enough,” Owens states. “get it tight, get in. Nothing moves before the ball is in. Is that clear? I want space.”Jamie George implores his locks to “tighten up on the grips” and this time the scrum stays up. Palu flicking a pass back to Phipps, who initiates a wide strike move.Lessons learnedThe first Test of a three-match series is likely to be fractured in most facets with players unaccustomed to the pace and demands of international rugby. Even so, just one completed scrum from seven attempts at Suncorp Stadium was a pitiful return that highlighted how both sides were trying to suss one another out. The importance of referee interpretation and mood is also obvious. Romain Poite’s decision to send Scott Sio to the sin-bin at S5 came when the Frenchman simply lost patience.During the second Test, Craig Joubert evidently made a conscious effort to treat collapsed scrums leniently. A sandy, unstable surface did not give either team much help and the official acted with empathy. We were not able to hear Joubert’s dialogue in this game, but it is worth looking back at S8 and S12. Both of these underline that the discipline and technique of second- and back-rows contribute to the overall strength of any scrum effort. If Eddie Jones’ year in charge of England has taught us anything, it is that the 56 year-old has become an expert at using press duties to set an agenda. Following last weekend’s gritty defeat of Argentina, he wasted no time in laying out the narrative for a face-off against the Wallabies, headlining his post-match media conference by suggesting officials should study Australia’s scrum.Adversary Michael Cheika has been a willing support act. Understandably reluctant to behave as stoically as he appeared this summer during England’s 3-0 whitewash, Jones’ former Randwick teammate fired into the technique of Leicester Tigers tighthead prop Dan Cole on Monday. A gruff Cheika also revealed that Jones stormed out of a coach-referee meeting in June.Scrapper: Michael Cheika is eager to settle a score on Saturday at TwickenhamThe upshot of this verbal spat will be heightened scrutiny on Saturday’s scrum exchange. Jaco Peyper takes the whistle, and his set-piece decisions could determine a fascinating encounter. When Australia last visited Twickenham, they destroyed the England pack. In June, with very players to those that will feature this time, the contest was fairly even.The series is mapped on a scrum-by-scrum basis below. Each team’s respective directions of play is marked in the top left corner of each map. On the pitch, a dashed arrow represents a pass or a kick from the base of a scrum. A solid arrow represents a run from the base. The outcome of each scrum (S) is delineated by this key:PW/PC – penalty won/penalty conceded FKW/FKC – free-kick won/ free-kick conceded GB – good ball PB – pressurised or poor ballFirst Test, BrisbaneAustralia 29 England 39Referee: Romain PoiteFirst halfS1 – The packs go to engage but stand up, with Stephen Moore unhappy that England are moving before the put-in. Romain Poite takes Greg Holmes and Mako Vunipola aside to ensure they do not line-up head to head. He says: “We won’t play like this. You have your gap, you have your gap and there is a way for both, okay?” At the second attempt to set, Poite gives Australia a free-kick as Mako Vunipola edges forward: “Unbalanced, white.”S2 – This time the first attempt collapses. The re-set does too, with Poite blowing for an Australia penalty. After a scuffle between both sets of forwards, Poite explains that the penalty is due to “number three [Dan Cole] hinging.”S3 – Poite asks for the scrums to set closer together and for them to stay up. He does not get his request. Scott Sio slips to floor and, at the recommendation of touch-judge Glen Jackson, the Wallabies loosehead is penalised.Second halfS4 – “They don’t want to scrummage, Greg” comes an Australian shout to Holmes as the packs assemble. The first scrum collapses and Scott Fardy implores the touch-judge to look at Cole’s angle. Poite asks Nick Phipps and Michael Hooper to be quiet. Moore, getting up from the floor, tells the referee that Cole is “facing the other way”.Poite moves to England’s tighthead side, with Hooper shouting: “watch him drop that bind.” On the second attempt, England flood through Cole’s side and Australia are penalised for “driving in” from their tighthead side. When England kick to touch, Moore asks Poite: “Sir, who was that?” “Number three” is the answer.S5 – ‘We want to keep it up” says Dylan Hartley before the set. “Three steps, let’s go through ‘em” retorts Hooper. Again the scrum goes down on the side of Cole and Sio. Though Poite is on the opposite side, he stops the clock and brings together the captains, plus Cole and Sio. “The issue is on your side, we didn’t play any scrum. Just be careful from now. We want to play scrum fairly. Stable, feed and we play on afterwards. Alright?” Hartley interjects: “Stable first” and repeats “Make sure we’re steady first,” when the packs reassemble.England send Australia backwards with a strong push. The Wallabies go down and Poite blows for a penalty to the tourists. Again he beckons over Sio and Moore, showing a yellow card to the former.S6 – Replacements litter the front-rows by the time of this scrum. Australia have introduced James Slipper, Tatafu Polota-Nau and Sekope Kepu, with England bringing on props Matt Mullan and Paul Hill. “Stay closer,” says Poite. “Hilly, change the game” comes a shout from England. The scrum goes down on Hill’s side but the ball is at the feet of Australia number eight Sean McMahon and the Wallabies play the ball. England’s backs are offside – as called by touch-judge Jackson – but Tevita Kuridrani barges over from eight metres on the second phase.S7 – Luke Cowan-Dickie has replaced Hartley. The scrum is stable initially but collapses three seconds after Phipps’ put-in. Hill is penalised for hinging.Second Test, MelbourneAustralia 7 England 23Referee: Craig JoubertFirst halfS1 – Craig Joubert makes sure both front-rows are close together prior to engaging. However, Sekope Kepu stands up and the set-piece must start again. The second attempt collapses and Joubert asks Mako Vunipola to work hard on his bind. The third set also goes down, but the ball makes its way to the back and Nick Phipps passes left to find Bernard Foley.S2 – The scrum collapses, with numerous voices shouting “Sir” at Joubert. But the ball is at the back and Billy Vunipola passes to Ben Youngs to restart play.S3 – Joubert speaks to Dylan Hartley and Stephen Moore at length before this scrum, clearly referencing the messiness of the two previous set-pieces. Dan Cole and James Slipper fold in on the first engage and there is a re-set, the scrum shifting a few metres towards the touchline because the turf is cutting up. On the second attempt, the set-piece is rock-solid, lasting seven seconds before Phipps feeds Samu Kerevi.S4 – Cole seems to make headway through Slipper, who is forced under the England tighthead. Joubert penalises Slipper for breaking his bind.S5 – Though Slipper initiates another collapse and Scott Fardy breaks off, Joubert urges England to play on. Billy Vunipola, under the impression that the half is over, kicks out. He is mistaken and Australia can play the lineout. Only a monumental defensive stand holds out the Wallabies.Second halfS6 – An obvious early push from Australia hands England a free-kick.S7 – Michael Cheika has made changes, loosehead Toby Smith and tighthead Greg Holmes joining the fray. The first scrum attempt is extremely unstable on the initial engage and Joubert orders a restart, telling Moore that his side cannot shove early and informing England they must absorb the hit. The second scrum goes down, but Ben Youngs plays the ball.S8 – George Kruis leaves the field just prior to this scrum. Courtney Lawes comes on, scrummaging on the loosehead side. As Maro Itoje moves behind Cole on to the tighthead, Australia push through that side to win a penalty. Joubert’s ruling is that Cole has dragged down the scrum.S9 – Cole receives extensive treatment from England’s physios prior to this pivotal scrum five metres from the try-line. Tatafu Polota-Nau has replaced Moore, too. Again the set-piece goes down on Cole’s side, with Smith looking to have the ascendancy. However, the ball is already at the base and Phipps passes it away before a whistle comes. England rush up and force an immediate turnover. Last summer’s scrum exchanges have shaped the narrative for this weekend’s Twickenham clash between England and Australia Head to head: The tussle between Scott Sio and Dan Cole could be pivotal on Saturday Vigilance: Jaco Peyper will be under the microscope on SaturdaySydney saw the most solid scrums of the series. Players were into a rhythm, and Nigel Owens’ constant communication painted a clear picture for them. Most evidently at S9, where Billy Vunipola stormed off the base to score, teams were able and willing to attack from a stable set-piece platform. However, Owens’ words to Kepu between S5 and S6 –“I will deal with the most obvious” – is the most pertinent lesson to take into Saturday.For all the intricate technicalities that emerge in referee meetings, Jaco Peyper can only adjudicate on what he sees and understands. If subtle tricks skew the overall scene, they could define the match.
New York, March 24 — Today opponents of the 1999 U.S.-NATO war against Yugoslavia gathered in Ralph Bunche Park, across from United Nations headquarters, to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the air attack directed mainly against civilian targets in Serbia. The 78 days of bombs and rockets killed 3,000 people, destroyed hundreds of schools and collapsed bridges and hospitals.March 24 demonstration at the U.N. denounces 1999 war against Yugoslavia, says ‘Kosovo is Serbia.’The war and subsequent imperialist intervention in the Balkans completed the disintegration of the former Yugoslavia, a multinational state of 20 million people. Yugoslavia had remained sovereign and socialist since its partisans drove out German imperialism in 1945. Now what remains are six small capitalist countries, semicolonies of Western imperialism. Already three of them are NATO members.In addition, there’s the rump region called Kosovo, a province wrenched out of Serbia in violation of international law. There the U.S. military built Camp Bondsteel, its major base serving NATO in the Balkans.Speakers at the rally had been active opposing the U.S.-NATO war in 1999. Besides reviewing the war crimes of the Western powers and their Balkan lackeys, some pointed to the insidious role of NATO. NATO expands role during warSara Flounders, co-director of the International Action Center who visited Yugoslavia during the bombing, underlined that it was at NATO’s 50th anniversary meeting in April 1999 — during the bombing — that the U.S. pushed through its strategy of expanding NATO membership and area of intervention. Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary then joined and brought NATO membership to 19 countries. There are now 29 members, with some on or near Russian borders, plus nine “global partners,” including Colombia. President Donald Trump has announced his intention to invite Brazil to join. NATO began its expansion with its first open aggression aimed at Yugoslavia. Since then, NATO opened the war against Libya in North Africa and participated in the occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq, all under U.S. military direction. The military alliance, whose name — North Atlantic Treaty Organization — implies a limited area of responsibility, now intervenes worldwide.In the period just following World War II, the United States was by far the dominant imperialist state, measured both by its economic and military power. Originally designed to confront the Soviet Union and to prevent workers’ revolutions in Western Europe, NATO’s structure puts Washington in control. The U.S. president always chooses the NATO commander, and the general in charge is always from the Pentagon.While U.S. world economic dominance has constantly decreased, its power of destruction is still preeminent. NATO has been U.S. strategists’ choice instrument for keeping the other imperialist powers under U.S. control, something that went without question in 1949 at NATO’s founding. For contributing money and their youth to imperialist military adventures, the ruling classes of the other imperialist powers get a small piece of the loot stolen from the rest of the world. What the “new” members get is a few crumbs. NATO has been turned into a worldwide police force serving imperialism in an attempt to reconquer colonies liberated during the existence of the Soviet Union. Other speakers at the rally included former Serbian Information Minister Radmila Milentijevic, historian Barry Lituchy and composer Milos Raickovich, who organized the event. Raickovich called for a Yugoslav delegation at the major anti-NATO march in Washington, D.C., on March 30 to protest the April 1-4 NATO anniversary meeting there. (No2Nato2019.org)Catalinotto and Flounders co-edited the book, “Hidden Agenda: The U.S.-NATO War Against Yugoslavia,” 2001.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
NewsCommunityHealthA spoonful of multiculture helps the medicine go down at University Hospital LimerickBy Bernie English – March 27, 2019 1241 Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat Advertisement Previous articleFamily dynamic led Limerick to All-Ireland hurling gloryNext articleCarers at risk over serious health issues Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. Paediatric Consultant John Twomey joins in a Samba dancing lesson given by Brazilian clinical student Nina Smalle at the multicultural day in UHL.Photo: Alan PlaceTHE SERIOUS business of medicine at the University Hospital Limerick got a colourful shot in the arm this week, as corridors were lined with crafts, stands and bright displays for the Hospital Group’s multicultural celebration day.The event was organised by staff and hosted in the Clinical Education and Research Centre at UHL.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up There were stands from India, Pakistan, Brazil, Sudan, Ireland, Greece, Philippines, Spain and Poland. Staff on the stands wore their own national dress, brought in foods to sample and had displays on their stands showing what is unique to the culture in each of their countries.Staff and guests, including the Polish Consulate Co-ordinator Dorota Luczak Dydowicz, were also treated to music, song and examples of Samba, Pakistani and Irish dancing.Staff performers were joined by musicians from the UL World Academy of Music and Dance as well as the children from St. Nessan’s School Mungret, Limerick which has a diverse multicultural population.UL Hospitals has strong links with Ghana through the Learning Lives of Ghana charity set up by UL and UL Hospitals Group to work with the national health service in the west African nation.Events were also held in Nenagh Hospital and University Maternity Hospital Limerick with food and cultural displays organised by staff to mark the day.Chief Clinical Director Professor Paul Burke said that the aim was to promote and celebrate cultural diversity at UL Hospitals.“We are honoured to have such a rich variety of different cultures working with us and their contribution and dedication to patient care is hugely valued by us all.”UL Hospitals Group has more than 450 employees from 50 different countries around the globe, this number is growing year on year as the Group continues to develop services in line with its strategic priorities between now and 2022.Thanking all the participants, Hospital Group chief executive Colette Cowan, emphasised the importance of promoting culturally diverse teams within the organisation and the benefits this brings to patients.” WhatsApp Limerick on Covid watch list Linkedin Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email The last dance for a Limerick cultural institution Twitter Print Facebook TAGSCommunitycultureEventLimerick City and CountyNewsuniversity hospital limerick TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type!
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News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th WhatsApp Sinn Fein pledge to transform Donegal health service DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook Google+ Pinterest By News Highland – January 31, 2020 Twitter Previous article‘Road crisis’ in Lifford/Stranorlar MD leads to study callsNext articleBreaking: Road closed following crash near Ballindrait News Highland RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Twitter Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty A Sinn Fein Candidate has pledged that his party will transform Donegal’s health service if elected into Government. As part of their promises, the party has committed to reopening all beds in Letterkenny’s short stay ward and deliver the necessary staff to ensure the hospital’s acute stroke unit is made fully operational.Padraig MacLochlainn was speaking after attending a public meeting in Letterkenny this week where other issues such as the lack of an Acute Stroke Unit for Letterkenny and the ever growing outpatient waiting list at the hospital were raised.He believes that Sinn Féin can and will transform the health service:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/paddfgdfgdfgdfhealth.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Pinterest Harps come back to win in Waterford FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 AudioElections 2020Homepage BannerNews WhatsApp