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Ter Stegen: “My renewal? There are more important things now ”

first_imgTer Stegen also spoke about how he is training during confinement. The Catalan club has sent a training program, “but it’s up to us to do it on our own“Stresses the German, who says he is training with his own body weight.During the live show, some fans asked him about Borussia Mönchengladbach, with whom he debuted in 2011 at just 18 years old. He did it in a derby against Colonia, with his team in a critical situation. “Lucien Favre came and said Hello, tomorrow you play! I didn’t sleep well that night“Said the goalkeeper.That season, the “colts” were saved in the promotion, in a tie against Bochum. “If we had descended, he would not have been in 2015 in the Champions League final with Barça“Explained the German. In 2016, he returned to Borussia-Park, where he received a tremendous ovation. “It gave me all the goose bumps, it was crazy. There you really notice how much I appreciate you“, he claimed. Questioned about a possible return, he assured that “never say never”, since he will always love Borussia. German goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen had a conversation with fans through an Instagram live. In it, he reviewed the news and talked about his future and his renewal with FC Barcelona. “We have already had the first conversations“Said the doorman,” but as I said, we have parked it. ” Ter Stegen says that right now “there are much more important things”, Referring to the coronavirus, which has led to“ postponing the matter ”. Yes, The culé says that in Barcelona he is “very happy”, since “the sports situation is good”. “What more can I ask for?”asked the German.last_img read more

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New president for Carnival Cruise Lines

first_imgCarnival Corporation, today announced that Christine Duffy has been named president of Carnival Cruise Line, which is the corporations largest cruise brand with a total of 24 ships.Duffy, currently president and CEO of Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), will assume the role on February 1, and she will be reporting to Arnold Donald, CEO of Carnival Corporation.“Christine is one of the most respected and dynamic leaders in the travel industry, she brings a wealth of experience to Carnival Cruise Line that will help the cruise line continue to deliver unmatched vacation experiences to millions of guests each year,” Mr Donald said.Duffy has more than 30 years of experience in the travel industry and started her career as a travel agent in Philadelphia at McGettigan Partners.As CEO of CLIA, the leading trade association of the cruise industry, she led many advancements including the globalization of cruise industry associations around the world to create a unified voice promoting cruising to key stakeholders.“This is a tremendous opportunity for me to be part of a dynamic organization with a long history of innovation and industry firsts, the name Carnival is truly synonymous with cruising and I look forward to joining this talented team to continue the tradition of excellence that has made Carnival Cruise Line one of the top cruise lines in the world,” Ms Duffy said.Duffy serves on various travel industry boards including U.S. Travel Association (USTA), the advisory board for Starwood Hotels, and the Board of Directors for Visit Florida.She also is a member of The Committee of 200, an organization of the world’s most successful women business leaders that supports, celebrates and advances women’s leadership in business.Source = ETB Travel News: Lewis Wisemanlast_img read more