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Building Cities of Tomorrow with Ford

first_imgThe promise of continued advancement of technology is a massive opportunity for our world’s cities. As we sit in traffic, circle a block for parking, or brake for a pedestrian, we long for new and smarter ways for mobility in cities to become more livable and sustainable. We at Dell Technologies believe that the scale and complexity of mobility in cities – where over half the world’s population now lives – is matched only by its absolute importance to everyday lives.We are proud to work with Ford and other corporate partners to help deliver on this promise through the City of Tomorrow Challenge. This program looks at three cities: Pittsburgh, Miami, and Grand Rapids, Michigan and provides a platform for collaboration between citizens, corporations like us, and nonprofits to propose and pilot solutions to improve mobility. This design-led approach from Ford puts an emphasis on listening to the community through qualitative and quantitative research, co-creation from a wide range of stakeholders, and landing on a real, tangible pilot.The ideas coming into the platform or through the community workshops reflect the unique characteristics of the three communities. In Pittsburgh, one contributed idea is to build new affordable light rail over the old industrial rail infrastructure. Another idea is a call for wayfinding for walking paths that avoid hills and construction. Another idea points out the lack of public transportation for the city’s east side.In Miami, with the 10th worst traffic on the planet,  conversation on the site is dominated with ideas to reduce time on the road. Contributors point out specific choke points, ask for new public transit solutions or, my favorite, recommend that everyone re-take a driver’s test. In Grand Rapids, however, people have an average of a 20-minute commute. Traffic is simply not an issue. This city has an opportunity to, say, rethink parking in the downtown area, or enhance bike paths or walkability.What ideas do you have? Please check out the Challenge website to share your experiences, sign up for community working sessions, and offer insight into the variety of ways people move around the targeted cities today. In early July, the application period will open and participants can submit their ideas for a chance to win up to $100K in pilot funding to test their solutions.In September, semi-finalists will be selected to attend a prototyping session and receive mentoring support to refine their ideas before submitting a final pilot proposal. During the Challenge’s concluding stage, a prize of $100,000 will be awarded to the winner, who will be given the opportunity to use those funds to conduct pilot programs in partnership with their city, Ford, and other corporate partners.This type of challenge perfectly aligns with our purpose, which is to create technologies that drive human progress. We are participating in the challenge alongside the cities and Ford and look forward to sharing ideas and learnings from experiences we’ve had in digital cities projects from around the world.  We will learn from this project as well – and use this knowledge to better support our customers.We believe we can play a key role in making Ford’s vision real. We have built our unique family of companies on the idea that progress lives at the intersection of technology and humanity. Where better to further this idea than in some of the world’s great cities?last_img read more

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Long Island Primary Voters Guide 2016

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Registered Democratic voters will cast their ballots Tuesday in five Long Island primary races that will decide which New York State legislative candidates are among the choices on Election Day in November.The match-ups include a three-way Democratic primary in the lone LI state Senate race up for a vote on Sept. 13 and four primaries in local state Assembly races—two in Suffolk County and two in Nassau. The trio running to challenge freshman state Sen. Tom Croci (R-Sayville) includes former Suffolk Legis. Rick Montano (D-Brentwood), attorney Joseph Fritz, also of Brentwood, and John DeVito, a law student from Mastic Beach. In the other two Democratic primaries in Suffolk, Giovanni Mata, a publicist from Bay Shore, is challenging seven-term state Assemb. Phil Ramos (D-Brentwood) while Jordan Wilson Jr., a recurrent candidate from North Babylon, is challenging freshman state Assemb. Kimberly Jean-Pierre (D-Wyandanch). Republican opponents have yet to emerge in either of those Assembly races.In Nassau, Carmen Piñeyro, a Freeport village trustee, is challenging the Democratic nomination of Deputy Speaker Earlene Hooper (D-Hempstead), who was first elected to the state Assembly in 1988, with the winner facing perennial Republican candidate Cornelius Todd Smith of Lakeview. And former Nassau Legis. Jeffrey Toback is challenging Democratic nominee and fellow Long Beach resident Anthony Eramo in the race for the state Assembly seat vacated by state Sen. Todd Kaminsky (D-Long Beach), who replaced disgraced ex-Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos (R-Rockville Centre) this spring. The winner of that primary faces Republican candidate Michelle Miller of Atlantic Beach and Green Party hopeful Joseph Naham of Long Beach on Nov. 8.Related: An Inside Look At How Skelos Trial Exposed Slimy Side Of NY PoliticsWhat follows is our annual voters’ guide to the candidates in the September primaries:From left: Rick Montano, John DeVito and Joseph FritzNEW YORK STATE SENATE 3RD DISTRICTRick MontanoThis 66-year-old Brentwood resident and ex-Suffolk County lawmaker, who was unseated three years ago after a decade in office, is mounting his second attempt to win a State Senate race after losing a bid for Islip Town Supervisor last year. In 2012 he challenged then-Assemb. Phil Boyle for the seat vacated by the late Sen. Owen Johnson. The former federal prosecutor was the only Democrat who didn’t always caucus just with the Democratic majority in the county legislature. Now that he’s out of elected office, he’s applying that independent streak to the local political party, which he’s been shaking up by rallying candidates to run in primary challenges against some Democratic nominees. If elected, he hopes to better serve the district’s disadvantaged minority communities.John DeVitoA Mastic Beach native, DeVito, 25, is a law school student making his first run for elected office. Aside from volunteering as a Democratic committeeman, he has also worked for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and in the Nassau County District Attorney’s Special Victims Bureau. If elected, he would work to repeal Common Core, ban outside income for state elected officials and curb the influence of special interest groups in Albany. Regardless of whether he wins the Democratic line in the primary, he will appear as the Working Families Party candidate on Nov. 8 ballots.Joseph FritzFritz is a 71-year-old private attorney and Democratic committeeman from Brentwood who has run for various elected offices over the years. He was previously elected to the Brentwood school board. He also served as a hearing officer for the district and Nassau County. If elected to the state Senate, Fritz intends to use the position to bring more resources to communities that have been left out in the past. Regardless of whether he wins the Democratic line, he will appear on November ballots as the Women’s Equality Party candidate.From left: Phil Ramos and Giovanni MataNEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLYDISTRICT 6Phil RamosA 60-year-old retired Suffolk County police detective who lives in Bay Shore, Ramos is running for his eighth term representing the district that encompasses the northwest corner of the Town of Islip. He’s pushed legislation to help crack down on illegal guns so they don’t fall into the hands of gangs and backs the Dream Act. In addition to serving on the ways and means, aging, education and local government committees, he was also named deputy majority leader last year. He is also running on the Working Families and Independence party lines.Giovanni MataThis 37-year-old publicist and El Salvadoran immigrant from Bay Shore is making his second run for office. Last year, Suffolk Legis. Monica Martinez (D-Brentwood) conceded the Democratic primary to him when he challenged her nominating petitions in court, but Mata lost on Election Day when Martinez was re-elected on minor party lines. Mata is a former chair of ex-County Executive Steve Levy’s Hispanic advisory committee and later joined Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano’s administration as a Project Director at the Office of Minority Affairs. Mata describes himself as a strong advocate of Hispanic rights.From left: Jordan K. Wilson Jr. and Kimberly Jean-Pierre.DISTRICT 11Kimberly Jean-PierreThis 32-year-old freshwoman lawmaker from Wyandanch represents the district that includes western and northern halves of the Town of Babylon . She previously served as an aide to Suffolk County Legis. DuWayne Gregory (D-Amityville) and U.S. Rep. Steve Israel (D-Huntington) before working at the Town of Babylon’s Industrial Development Agency and leading the Wyandanch Community Resources Center. She sits on the Assembly’s economic development, mental health, local government, transportation and banks committees. Her priorities include bringing higher-paying jobs to her constituents, ensuring that her district’s schools get a fair share of aid and championing the rights of minorities. She is also running on the Working Families and Independence party lines.Jordan K. Wilson Jr.Wilson, 53, of North Babylon, is a mental health counselor making his latest run for office after prior bids for Suffolk County legislature and county comptroller. He has previously served as a Democratic committeeman, Town of Babylon assistant, county legislative aide and Long Island Regional Planning Board consultant. If elected, he said his top priority is combating public corruption by passing legislation that helps counter the influence of money in politics in addition to advocating for criminal justice reform, infrastructure reform and education reform.From left: Earlene Hooper and Carmen Piñeyro.DISTRICT 18Earlene HooperThis 77-year-old Hempstead resident is running for her 15th full term representing the district that includes central Nassau County. After winning a special election in 1988, she worked her way up the ranks to become the deputy Assembly speaker, making her the highest ranking woman in the state Legislature. A social worker by training, she has been an administrator in the state Department of Social Services, Division of Children and Family Services. She touts her support of women’s equality, minorities and small businesses. Hooper is also running on the Women’s Equality Party line.Carmen PiñeyroA 40-year-old mortgage banker and immigrant from the Dominican Republic, Piñeyro is the first Latina ever elected to the Village of Freeport Board of Trustees, where she’s serving her second term. She was previously elected to the Freeport Board of Education, where she rose to the rank of board president. She is involved in many community and civic organizations pertaining to Hispanic affairs, women issues, youth issues and immigrant concerns. If elected to the Assembly, she hopes to bring more school funding to the district as well as jobs and youth outreach.From left: Jeffrey Toback and Anthony Eramo.DISTRICT 20Anthony EramoEramo is a 42-year-old Long Beach city council member who was re-elected to his second term last year. He is also a field technician for Verizon, where he is chief shop steward for his union. He touts his experience in helping the city recover from Superstorm Sandy as giving him the credentials needed to bring good jobs and tax deductions to the district, which includes the full length of Long Beach Island as well as the southwestern corner of Nassau County. He is also running on the Working Families, Women’s Equality and Independence party lines.Jeffrey TobackA 56-year-old former Nassau County legislator who was unseated 13 years ago, Toback, of Long Beach, is a private attorney. During his terms as legislator, Toback described himself as the “Quality of Life Guy,” supporting preservation of environmentally sensitive areas, as well as the law that banned smoking in restaurants to reduce the effects of second-hand smoke. If elected, Toback plans to bring reform to Albany through nonpartisan redistricting and reform the formula by which New York State allocates school aid.-Compiled by Timothy Bolger and Michael Bakshandehlast_img read more

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Jose Mourinho: I would love to sign Eden Hazard for Man United

first_img Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? ADVICE REVEALED RANKED Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card “Chelsea is led by experience and intelligent people in football. I think they would never sell Eden to Manchester United so it’s not a problem.”Hazard is in the form of his life ahead of the Saturday lunchtime clash, with seven goals in his opening eight Premier League games.He won the PFA Player of the Year award in 2015 as Mourinho’s Chelsea won the league, but suffered a massive dip in form the following season.Mourinho was sacked by the Blues seven months after guiding them to the title and rumours suggested a fallout between him and his star man. REVEALED Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Mourinho and Hazard would both love to work with each other again no dice 2 huge blow Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade The pair will face off on Saturday afternoon as Mourinho takes his United side to Stamford Bridge, and the ‘Special One’ knows all about the threat Hazard possesses.“I would love to have him in Manchester United but I don’t think Chelsea will be selling to Manchester United so it’s not a problem,” Mourinho said.“History says that when Eden Hazard is the best player in the Premier League, Chelsea is the champion. It happened with me, it happened with Antonio [Conte].“Chelsea is top of the league now because he is the kind of player that can make a huge difference. BEST OF Jose Mourinho admits he would love to sign Eden Hazard for Manchester United, claiming he can win the Premier League on his own.Hazard, while on international duty, revealed his regret at how his previous relationship with Mourinho ended and said he would like to work with the Portuguese manager again. However, the 55-year-old did not have a bad word to say about the Belgian.“I think he is just a nice kid. We had a good relationship, we were champions together. He was for the first time best player in the Premier League with me, so I think the feelings are good,” Mourinho added.“When the feelings are good you say nice things, when they are not good you don’t say so much nice things.” 2 Reports suggested a fallout before Mourinho lost his job MONEY last_img read more

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Penza: The good of Humboldt County shows its face again to aid fire victims

first_imgNo matter if it’s the dozens upon dozens of trash bags … It was impossible to not notice the sign that was hanging right next to the ticket booth at Husky Field on Friday night.“WE STAND TOGETHER WITH CARDINAL NEWMAN”The sign wasn’t very big — probably the size of a couple of legal pads placed alongside one another — but you couldn’t miss it.Those six words signified the huge effort that many on the North Coast are doing right now to help their fire-ravaged compatriots to the south.last_img read more

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There is politics in federations and among athletes: Uma Bharati

first_imgUnion minister for sports and youth affairs Uma Bharati has her plate full of controversy but she told Associate Editor Sharda Ugra that all the Arjuna Awards needed was a rewriting of rules.Q. Are the Arjuna Awards still relevant or should they be scrapped?A. The awards should not be scrapped.,Union minister for sports and youth affairs Uma Bharati has her plate full of controversy but she told Associate Editor Sharda Ugra that all the Arjuna Awards needed was a rewriting of rules.Q. Are the Arjuna Awards still relevant or should they be scrapped?A. The awards should not be scrapped. Sports persons must have their own awards. But I admit there has to be some rethinking. I have asked my office to formulate a report on how things can be improved. Next year’s awards will be different.Q. Will your changes include more sports persons on the awards panel?A. Even if we fill the committee with athletes, can you guarantee a fair selection? There is politics in federations and among athletes. I have seen them indulge in politics that will shame even the politicians.Q. What changes do you think are needed?A. We want to scrap all the clauses for relaxation of rules and use performance as the only criterion. While the rules say some performances are more valid than others, there is a clause saying that the awards committee can relax the stipulations as it thinks fit. The athletes know this and exploit the clause.Q. What about political pressure being used to hand out the awards?A. There is a difference between pressure and recommendations. The committee does not take decisions based on pressure. To say that the PMO puts pressure on us is foolish and wrong.Q. Do you think Milkha Singh’s sentiments are justified?A. These awards are not based or given on fame but on contribution. VJs are famous but we don’t give them awards. Milkha’s contribution is the same as others, but he is more famous. For him to say that he will not take the award because of who the other Arjuna awardees are is an insult to sports persons.Q. Are Rachna Govil and Milkha’s contributions to Indian sport the same? A. That was a decision of the committee. I am the chairperson and own up to the decision. Nothing unfair has happened.Q. Why do athletes need to go to court over these awards?A. Sometimes athletes are so undisciplined that the committee finds it difficult to have regard for them. I admit we may have been unfair and some deserving candidate has not been rewarded. This will always happen. It is difficult to separate awards and controversy – whether it is the Padmas, the Nobel Prize or the Oscars. So where do the Arjuna Awards stand?Q. Is it true that federation officials have been asking the athletes to pay for recommending their names for the awards?A. No athlete has come to me. The people making these claims are frustrated and are being provoked to play a political game. Do you think any Arjuna winner will stoop so low as to give an official a bribe of Rs 50,000?advertisementlast_img read more

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Tiger’s Journey: 11 years that felt like several lifetimes

first_imgThat only made his 15th major title all the more rewarding.Or, as Tiger put it not long after tapping in a gimme putt Sunday for a one-stroke victory at the Masters:FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logistics“Overwhelming.”For so much of his life, the outline that Woods and his hard-driving father, Earl, had so carefully laid out went just as they intended. MOST READ Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid Woods checked into a Mississippi clinic for more than a month, apparently to deal with some sort of sex addiction. Most of his major sponsors fled for cover. Elin Nordegren divorced her cheating husband.In Woods’ return to golf at the Masters, he received a tongue-lashing from Augusta National chairman Billy Payne for his lack of moral scruples and for the poor example he set for America’s youth.A far cry, to be sure, from the greeting he got Sunday in the interview room from green-jacketed moderator Craig Heatley, “Welcome back, Tiger. Or more appropriately, welcome home.”If Woods thought things couldn’t get any worse back in 2010, he was mistaken.His body continued to betray him, leading to one surgery after another in an attempt to alleviate the unyielding pain. His back was such a mess that it became a struggle just to walk, or sleep, or play with his kids. Woods faced the very real possibility of never playing golf again, not even for fun.“So where is the light at the end of the tunnel?” he asked ruefully in 2015, a few weeks before Christmas. “I don’t know.”At that point, Woods conceded, any further achievements on the golf course would be mere “gravy.”The fourth surgery on his back was something of a last resort. Sure, he wanted to play golf again at the highest level, but he probably would have settled for a lifting of the pain and the ability to lead somewhat of a normal life. About six weeks later, he sank into another abyss when police found him asleep — or passed out — behind the wheel of his running car in the middle of the night. He was arrested and briefly jailed. His mugshot showed the face of a man whose life had seemingly spiraled out of control.Woods blamed it on a bad combination of pain medication, pleaded guilty to reckless driving and entered a diversion program.While he worked — again — to restore some order to his personal life, Woods began to realize that the fusion on his back had resulted in something of a medical miracle. His swing got stronger and stronger, more and more like the Tiger of old. He kept dreading a return of the excruciating, piercing pain, but it stayed away. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Tiger Woods makes Masters his 15th and most improbable major Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venuecenter_img LATEST STORIES But when Woods captured his fifth victory at Augusta National — and his first major championship in 11 years that must’ve felt like several lifetimes — he let out a scream that reflected the depths of his personal and professional hell.Some of it of his own making, to be sure.Some of it beyond his control, in all fairness.All of it leading to a day that just didn’t seem possible, not since the master plan fell apart in so many ways.Tiger Woods.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Major champion.“Ahh, it fits,” Woods said, beaming as he tugged on that famous green jacket for the first time since 2005, a photo of Bobby Jones staring down above his left shoulder in the Butler Cabin.For so many years, everything fit so neatly.From his astonishing swings on “The Mike Douglas Show” at the age of 2 to becoming the first player to win three straight U.S. Amateur titles to capturing the Masters not long after his 21st birthday by a whopping 12 strokes, the Tiger Way was pure perfection, generating millions for him and his sponsors.He married a Swedish model, had two beautiful children and kept adding one major title after another, capturing his 14th by his early 30s, on a seemingly unstoppable quest to surpass Jack Nicklaus as the greatest champion of them all.Then, just like that, it all fell apart.His marriage. His reputation. His body.He had major reconstructive surgery on his left knee shortly after hobbling to what had been his most recent major championship, a playoff victory in the 2008 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines.Turns out, that was only a minor prelude to all that agony that was to come, so much of it self-inflicted.While everyone was celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday in 2009, Woods crashed his SUV into a tree and a fire hydrant outside his Florida home. That led to reports of a myriad of extramarital affairs, wrecking the facade he and his father had constructed of the dedicated athlete and perfect family man. Overnight, one of the world’s most famous people became a punchline. Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess View comments Physically and mentally fit, he contended at the last two majors of 2018, claimed a spot on the U.S. Ryder Cup team and won the season-ending Tour Championship at East Lake — his first victory of any kind in more than five years, setting off a wild, course-storming celebration from the gallery.“That confirmed I could still win out here against the best players,” Woods said. “That gave me a lot of confidence going into this year. I wanted to keep building on it. I wanted to get my mind and body peaking for Augusta.”Once again, a plan came together.Only this time, it came with a lot more baggage.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated FILE – In this April 13, 1997, file photo, Masters champion Tiger Woods receives his Green Jacket from last year’s winner Nick Faldo, rear, at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. Woods completes an amazing journey by winning the 2019 Masters, overcoming 11 years of personal foibles and professional pain that seemed likely to be his lasting legacy. (AP Photo/Dave Martin, File)AUGUSTA, Ga. — The sex scandal. The mugshot. The debilitating injuries.Tiger Woods certainly didn’t plan it this way.ADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

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Queensland Maroons Dinner Award Winners

first_imgCongratulations to the award recipients at the Queensland Touch Football Maroons Dinner on Saturday night. Rick Borg Medal – Luke McKenzieAffiliate Referee of the Year – Pat Williams (Kingaroy)Junior Coach of the Year – Adam Pryde (South Queensland)Coach of the Year – Shane Crotty (Sunshine Coast)Junior Team of the Year – Beenleigh 16’s BoysTeam of the Year – Sunshine Coast Women’s 20’s Junior Female Player of the Year – Tamika Upton (Central Queensland)Junior Male Player of the Year – Ty Titasey (South West Queensland)Senior Player of the Year – Renee Fraser (Brisbane City)Female Player of the Year – Emilee Cherry (South West Queensland)Male Player of the Year – Dan Withers (Central Queensland)Volunteer of the Year – Amanda Dwyer (Noosa)Affiliate Administrator of the Year – Lesleigh Schiffke (Hervey Bay) Affiliate of the Year – Blackwater Touch AssociationRegion of the Year – South QueenslandRelated LinksQLD Maroons Dinnerlast_img read more

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10 months agoStuttgart to pounce for Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke

first_imgTagsTransfersLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Stuttgart to pounce for Liverpool striker Dominic Solankeby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveVfB Stuttgart are ready to pounce for Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke.The England U21 international has seen a loan move to Crystal Palace fall through over medical concerns.However, BILD says Stuttgart are now ready to step in and tempt Solanke to Germany – and with the support of Reds boss Jurgen Klopp.Stuttgart sports director Michael Reschke met with Solanke’s father and agents last week, though admitted defeat when the striker chose a return to London with Palace.However, with the move now off, Reschke is ready to resume talks for Solanke. A decision is expected over the weekend. last_img read more

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10 months agoChelsea loanee Mount tells Hudson-Odoi: Better to be playing regularly

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your say Chelsea loanee Mount tells Hudson-Odoi: Better to be playing regularlyby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea loanee Mason Mount has urged young players to move aboard amid Bayern Munich’s interest in Callum Hudson-Odoi.Hudson-Odoi is reportedly weighing up a move to Bayern Munich after the Bundesliga giants submitted four bids for the winger.Mount, currently with Derby, spent last season on loan with Vitesse and believes the experience of playing overseas can help young footballers.”I would say to all young players game time and experience is the most important thing,” Mount told talkSPORT.”For me to go out on loan and play in a top professional league and gain experience, rather than sitting in the Chelsea Under-23s.”I didn’t want to do that, I’d already had a year playing Under-23s and I felt that I needed to move on and test myself away from England.”It was the best decision I made because I went out there, gained so much experience and playing time, and that set me up moving on.” last_img read more

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2 days agoAxel Tuanzebe back to boost Man Utd

first_imgAxel Tuanzebe back to boost Man Utdby Paul Vegas2 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveManchester United defender Axel Tuanzebe is set to return at the weekend after a hip injury forced him out of the draw with Liverpool.The centre-back, 21, picked up the problem in the warm-up on Sunday and was replaced by Marcos Rojo.The Sun says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to rest the youngster for Thursday’s Europa League clash against Partizan Belgrade but he is expected for the trip to Norwich.Tuanzebe will be in contention for a place in the squad for the Carrow Road clash when Solskjaer looks to build on the draw against the Champions League holders.He had started the previous two Premier League matches against Arsenal and Newcastle, after getting told he is part of the first-team plans at United when loan offers came in this summer. About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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