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Fresh update on "milan" discussed on ESPN FC
"More seriously. We know, for example, it had to be said, it had to be said. The messy family. I think he had to be said. He's very close to the Mexican to the messy family. So there's a lot of times they're already and we said he's got history with Miami even as a holiday destination anyway. So in my well end up there because buskers are thinking my go there and maybe we saw it as maybe other of his friends. I think this is the plan from an inter Miami point of view. However, it would be crazy I think for me right now to agree anything to agree to stay in Paris to agree to go back to Barcelona to agree to go to Milan to Miami sorry because there's just no need for him to make a decision right now. Right now he's focused on the World Cup and he's got a lot of work to do in here in Doha and that can come later. There's no rush. And I'm worried that you're living with Mark Ogden's making you a bit negative. Come on. Keep that optimism, I will say thank you very much. Julianna. Ali, MLS. Makes sense? From MLS perspective, yeah. Yeah. Sign them off. Pick him up. Of course. Of course. Getting BAPE. Everybody. Everybody, come on over. I think Joe's just mentioned there that will be available to Leonel Messi whenever he wants it. If he wants it, MLS will be there. So for the Internet, he's holding all the cards. It's up to him, really, and he has reached the
Indonesian leader says locked gates contributed to deaths
"After touring the soccer stadium were over a 130 people died Indonesia's president is calling for changes to prevent another disaster Visiting Milan city Indonesian president joko widodo went to kanjiro Han stadium and visited a hospital where victims were recovering A panic crush on Saturday after police fired tear gas at rioting soccer fans resulted in one of the world's deadliest disasters at a sporting event a police chief in 9 officers had been removed from their posts and two club officials have been banned from soccer for life We dodo says he saw for himself problems like locked doors and steep stairs that made the panic more deadly He pledged a thorough investigation and says a total evaluation of football management is in order so that the stadium disaster will never occur again I'm Jennifer King
"milan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Milan and financial trouble, calcium mercato reports that Chelsea is looking to raid their roster and bring in defenders Milan scran earer and Denzel do freeze. I'll also make it a move for young midfielders Cesaro today. The overall cost of bringing the three could exceed a €130 million depending on the valuation of Casa de. Major League Baseball's trade deadline has passed for the nationals dealing star outfielder Juan Soto and all star first baseman Josh bell to the Padres for a package of top prospects including lefty pitcher Mackenzie gore shortstop CJ Abrams out there to Robert hassel the third outfielder James wood, righty picture yarn susana and major league first baseman Luke Voight. Meanwhile, Eric Hosmer, who had earlier rejected being part of the trade heading to Washington, has been dealt with the Red Sox with San Diego picking up a large portion of the $44 million still load on his contract. Elsewhere, the Yankees have traded outfitter Joey Gallo to the Dodgers for a prospect while sending Jordan Montgomery to the Cardinals for center Fielder Harrison Bader. The mets bring in DH Darren rough from the Giants for JD Davis and three pitching prospects the twins have acquired Orioles closer Jorge Lopez for four minor league pitchers as well as starter Tyler malley from the reds for three prospects while the Phillies send two prospects to get closer David Robertson from the cubs and out there to Brandon Mars from the angels, as well as Noah syndergaard also from the angels. Finally, the Miami Dolphins will lose two draft picks, including their 2023 first round draft pick as the NFL found that the team at tampere with both Tom Brady and Sean Payton. I'm Dan Schwartzman that your Bloomberg world sports op day. Markets, headlines, and breaking news, 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business live. We'll get trading in Taiwan and Singapore
Biden's approval dips to lowest of presidency: AP-NORC poll
"A new poll finds dwindling confidence in the current president President Biden's approval rating is at 39% the lowest point of his presidency according to a poll by The Associated Press and the north center for public research Only two out of ten American adults say the U.S. is headed in the right direction That's down 10% from a month ago with disappointed Democrats leading the drop The findings reflect widespread exasperation in a country facing higher gas prices and interest rates overall inflation a shortage of baby formula gun violence and a persistent pandemic Nurse Jerry toranzo a Republican in Chicago blames Biden for skyrocketing gas prices and says his policies are destroying the economy Democrat Milan Ramsey of Santa Monica California suggested the president was tired She feels Biden hasn't delivered on promises to fight climate change or fix healthcare Jennifer King Washington
Olympic pin exchange still fun
"It's the Olympic version of a cultural exchange volunteers are analyst and athletes exchanged hands that they are brought from their countries order companies painting them on the next wraps up the identification cards they carry every day dimensional ninety down to show your Louis immune from China says she has a twenty twenty six Milan winter Olympics it's a simple she says of the passing on of the winter Olympics this volunteer from China I heard about the pin exchangeable told to prepare for some teens and then became stranded inside this is a very good way to do social communication is that one P. and looks like a fidget spinner the AP has an Olympic pen I've got some things to expand some media outlets have already run out of Penn state made for the Beijing Olympics I bet Donahue
"milan" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
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"milan" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"We generated. Alfredo vitali and Donald white are tour guides based in Italy. They're singing the praises of Milan, the big city of northern Italy right now on travel with Rick Steves. Note that our conversation was recorded just prior to the global pandemic. You know, a lot of people go to Milan to see Leonardo's last supper, magnificent piece of art, done what is the trick for seeing the last supper smartly? You have to get a reservation. It's required. It is or you have to spend a lot of money just buying it from a tour company. It's good to charge your extra, but we'll get you in, so just go online and book your time. If you know when you're going to be there to get your reservation and smart. And then it's so orderly and civilized. It is no crowds there because 25 people show up every 15. I go back to the days when you could just wander in any time when I lived there. It was like that. It is not like that. Now, but not only from the crowding point of view, but because they want to protect it's a very delicate painting. So you have to come into this kind of detoxification. So yeah, exactly because there's too much humility coming in and even in Leonardo's time the paint was coming off the wall into that. So it's a painting which suffered a lot and so you can respect why they have to control this. And in part from Leonardo's last supper, Alfredo, there's other important sites to see. What are two or three other sites we'd want to be sure to check out when we go to? Well, definitely you want us to do a moment. I mean, it's such an amazing cathedral and you can go to the restaurant. And as we were mentioning before, so there is a way to go to the opposite side which is the rhino shante department, so I can go to the top floor and from there you have even a better view on it on the roof without consuming scope. They're free on the elevator and walk on..
"milan" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"What do you think? Do you think they're out of balance? Or do they think you're out of balance? You know, there is a very good exchange because actually they love coming to Napoleon vacation, Milanese people. We have many of them coming down and the love actually coming to Napoli because they just love that influence sphere that normally they don't have in their cities. And it's the same for us. I mean, I will not say I go to Milan because it's the most beautiful city in Italy. We have so many beautiful cities. Not environment is not exactly the climate is not the best. It's such a beautiful climate, but you're spoiled, so you have better climate, yeah, you go farther south. Now it's just particular to Milan because it sits in a fog pit and so far with millions of people. That's why they all believe in the weekend to go to the mountains of the sea and get out of when you go to Milano, what would be on your list of things to do? Well, there are a few things because it's not a beautiful city, but there are some beautiful areas there is some beautiful little places like if you go for a walk in game mode that which is an amazing legal street really central and a beautiful house is in gardens where you can see amazing pedestrian streets. Brera area is so nice. What's the big one that goes up to fortes? It used to be a traffic jam, and now it's a park. I know, they've been doing a lot on that point of view when you're umbrella you are in a very new artist and beautiful area for cafes and it used to be the area of the famous bars for the aperitivo like the Jamaica, which is very very famous one. And then you can go out to the canal district also. That's quite true. Yeah, actually that's another beautiful area the area of the with some very good restaurants like what actually my favorite restaurant in Milan is in that area. In the navigation, which was and it's called pont de feer, bridge of iron, the island bridge, the iron bridge, and it's very good very, very good. Berlin. That's a restaurant. And how do you see this district that canal district? A reminder that Milan while it's buried way in the middle of the country has canals and there's an east to have a small port anyways. They used to say that they had more canals in Milan and various before Mussolini covered them all over. And the water is still there. And that's why it's so humid in the summer because the water underneath the streets still there, and we have so many mosquitos. When you look at the Duomo, the magnificent cathedral, this flamboyant, so many spires so many statues of sort of final over the top flowering of the gothic movement before the more stately renaissance domes, you wonder how did they get all that marble there and they actually had a canal where it came from like a majority? Cory nearby. This is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Don white and Alfredo Vitale. We're talking about Milano, our phone number 877-333-7425.
"milan" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Visitors to Italy's high powered center of commerce find that Milan is also rich with fashion and design, masterpieces of art in opera and it's the industrious heart of today's Italy. For an appreciation of what Milan has to offer, we're joined by two tour guides based in Italy. Donald white lives about an hour away in the scenic Lake district near the Swiss border, and Alfredo Vitale is from Naples in the south. Gentlemen, benvenuti. Thank you. Thank you. So Alfredo, you're from Napoli, yes, sort of the opposite extreme of Milano from your perspective in the south of Italy looking up at the business capital in the north. What do neapolitans think about Milano? Well, it's been really a very controversially no relationship going through the years but for as neapolitans, especially when I was young when I was in May, and of teenage years I was actually looking like many other friends to Milan as the reality only city in Italy where you could have a European perspective, and especially if you were a creative person you would look to Milan as the city, like a reference city for you. Many of my stadium design. It's the city. Actually, a couple of my friends went there to work into the fashion industry. Some people went there to the university, both for engineering and for MBA. We have the best MBA school in Milan called baconi. And if something is going to fit in with the hardworking German style of economy and everything in Italy, it's going to be Milano. Indefinitely. And also is one of the most cosmopolitan cities we have in Italy. All right, thank you. And Don white Donato dear Friends, you do not? No. No..
"milan" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"And dealing with a headache of constant Visa renewals and approvals, digital nomad, Mike's regards key headed for Georgia, the one 6000 miles east of Atlanta in what used to be the USSR. Mike's been in the republic of Georgia now for the last year and he lives right in the middle of its capital city, Tbilisi. George's capital has been a crossroads of ethnicities, religions, and backgrounds for centuries, and after generations of hard times Tbilisi's now a more stable city in boasts an improving economy. Today, Mike sugan ski joins us to talk about what life in modern Tbilisi is like and why it should be a top digital nomad destination for travelers. Mike, thanks for joining us. Thanks so much for having me on here, Rick. Excited to chat about ta Lisa. Yeah, and first of all, I'm eager to get into Tbilisi, but I want to also remind people you are not on vacation. You are living and working as a digital nomad, and that's what you write about in your book, which is called global career, how to work and anywhere and travel forever. You love living and working in Georgia and you are still working as if you could be anywhere on the planet. What is a digital nomad and why is the republic of Georgia a great place for you to use as a hub? Yeah, essentially a digital nomad is anybody who's able to make money from their laptop and doesn't have to stay in one location Tbilisi has been one of the best digital nomad hubs and it's becoming one of the most popular places for digital nomads. And one of the big draws is how welcoming they are to expats digital nomads and online entrepreneurs. And one of the examples is I've never seen this anywhere in the world after visiting 85 countries. The person who takes your passport, you give them your passport, they give you a stamp for one year as a tourist, and then they hand you a mini bottle of wine. It took a few minutes to go through the border control and they just seem very welcoming. It's a small country of around 3.7 million people and Tbilisi in Georgia has just been one of these places that's embracing digital nomads and very welcoming to all types of tourists and travelers. So.
"milan" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Gets an injury? It changed the whole back four. He changed the whole midfield, he changed at the top. And they just went to San Siro and Boston the two one win flat Milan. It could have been four or 5. It was incredible. It's unbelievably bad performance from Milan, but great from Liverpool's B team, if you like. You say something positive about my line, Steve. Help them out. Come. Got an awful. Got none of them. You know, we were watching the game and the first thing we said was and again has a huge meaning for Milan against a Liverpool team that at 8 changes. Yeah. And they're getting played. It was the first thing we said, and it was the last thing we said. I know you've got to do is look at result. I mean, seriously. What does that say about serial? Sorry, it's not defeat. Everybody can suffer the manner. It's performance. I'm sorry. It's performance. So I saw that team, but it's not even, it's not even one game. They've lasted a group. Yeah. That's just to add on to what we've said about this game that all the way through everybody can have an auth notate and things can go wrong. We'll get that. But when you finish bottom of the group and you're completely. My goodness. That tells you that tells you something. So Milan then out of a year, the Spanish flag still being flown by a number of teams in the knockout stages.
"milan" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Because he always does, and he started again. It talked about the fixtures. He's got players going to the African combinations in January. He's gone like that. He's gone with the platter. He's got there you go. And this lever pulled team fair play to there. Come out. I know it played melan in the San Siro. Great result from the much changed Liverpool team and utter embarrassment for Syria. Is that fair Frank? It is fair. Completely with Craig. We're so embarrassed from the way they play the way they never ended the game. They were playing against a B team with all due respect for the players on the field from Liverpool. They never did what they had to do. Put them under pressure, technically, or physically trying to be better. They never did that. They scored a very lucky goal. But after that, that was normal to see Liverpool coming back normal to see winning the game. And can I share my love about origi? Because that guy has been to Liverpool for four years. Never, I never heard him, you know, seeing what I'm fed up. I never play every time you play. Every time he plays, he's on the top. It does the job. It gives goals very important goals. And we all know that about the history of Liverpool. But today again, you know, his commitment, the way he plays, sometimes technique made me think that it's very part of the guy like France. And we all know that they're absolutely fantastic. But I love that game. I love the fact that the two young guys of Liverpool waltman and Bradley came on, you know, at the end of the game, that was so nice. But against Milan against the Milan that I knew in the 90s where the strongest team in the world in all, we have to really think about what became this area. You know, when I seen when I see you in Tucson, I see Milan. I don't know if that championship is still bigger than the League One. I'm not sure about that when I see those team playing in the chambers league. Don you, of course, follow the Italian football for the media in the UK. What do you make of those comments? I mean, that was a bad night for me like that. I mean, Tyler Morton and midfield he looked like albertini. Nat Phillips at the back looked like barrese. They went into San Siro and we've all we've all played games done when you make your debut and you think well it's going to be hard. This is going to be a test. You know, I might get beat here and I might learn a few lessons and I might take a spanking and I might not play well and you come off a pitch and you learn from it. Those Liverpool ghosts. I think it was 6, 6 academy players in the squad tonight. They went to San zero San zero and just bossed it and, you know, Tyler Morton would feel played a hundred games. And I looked at the team beforehand when juvenile put his team in, I was thinking, that's a gamble. He's kept Allison in goal done the right thing, but he's playing most Salah and Sadio Mané in meaningless game with already going to top the group and they've got villa at the weekend. And those two guys just never miss any minutes whatsoever..
"milan" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Or assaulted at any of opportunity? Do you describe an 11 pool? Seriously. And the thing is, again, you should this starts here. Who come up with us 1.66, expected goals for portal because the reason they're in there is because our black meat seems. We made at least three. Right. I mean, this is annoying me. Honestly, that is horrible I watch. You look at the result. They got out played. They were totally outplayed. And then a jammy goal. Well, listen, you got to give Griezmann a lot of credit. It was a ball that was flecked to the back pores. He's kept his composure and he put it away nice and calmly. But oh my gosh, a horrible bunch to watch, can stand there. Well, they did enough, obviously, to get through. And they did it without Louis Suarez. It was injured early. We saw him crying as on the sidelines. A big loss of them ahead of the Derby this weekend against ram, which were around which, of course, going in with a lot of momentum without Louis Suarez. And with Stevie's anti athletic rhetoric, just give real hundreds. Well, the thing is Real Madrid hello teams to have possession against them. We saw against real social data that we can for to an extent. But they're going to be offering a position here and they're not going to want to in some sense I'm with all the money they've spent. Even though they've had success, it just feels that it could be a whole lot better. But those pesky kids, something, they just won't go away and they're in the knockout stages and they're going to be a hard time approach over two legs for somebody. And they're just want to do the horrible part of the game. And it's also not very pretty to watch. So, yeah, I mean, it wasn't the strongest of the back of Liverpool between knowledge for the team. Yeah. Athletic got it done. Yeah, they got it done. Whether you like it, the way in which they don't know, it bore fruit, they all throw to the next round. Milan, well, out of Europe completely Craig after this. Well,.
"milan" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Forget there's club bridge game. I mean, the four points at club Bruges to offer very well shading against teams at the bottom and the Champions League group stage. But they've been banging average by the squad that they have assembled, but all it takes one spark, one big team performance, one special night from that front three, depending on where Neymar's and that could change. And I think that's always the concern. I think on paper at the moment, doesn't likely. But by the time the knockout stages come around, yeah, the knockouts did just come around. Yeah. Whenever that is in a few weeks time or whatever, just could be a different story. I mean, you can't not see the potential champions. But what have you seen that's told you that? No. Absolutely nothing. But you can not Tom roe, you see, these are potential champions because if you get bumpy name off and messy, the potential for them to destroy any team is there. But there has to be potentially realized. Okay, so the opposite of that is you look at PSG. If you're any of those teams in goal, well, not worry about. Okay, they may have been Barbie, may I see an email, but there have been absolute garbage. But what he allowed? No. They potentially, if they can get it together, could win this. They could. Frank? Well, I just want to remind people that the always considered goals in Premier League in a League One sorry and in chambers league. But the only time where I think they normally should have lost that game, they kept the clean sheet against Manchester City and one to kneel. Tom last season, they normally should have lost against by a Munich and they won that game away from home. I think it was something like that. But it's possible everything is possible because in one second or two seconds those players are front can change the game because of the fantastic action. And if, for once, you know, the defense wants to work together with the midfield with midfielders and if you have a fantastic navas or Dona ruma, and you have more knots, they keep them beer at the back and start thinking about playing a three at the back. Everything is possible for Parisian jammer and they can be dangerous. Imagine the play against Manchester United. They can win against Manchester United. I think my God. No, no, I understand that, Frank, but we're talking about Manchester City. We're talking about Chelsea, we're talking about Bayer Munich. We're talking about Liverpool. The real world. The bit Manchester city. You can not play against me. It's the city, because they are already in a group stages. But the bit mesh is a city. I think they can beat Chelsea. They can be Juventus. And also can be Real Madrid. I'm sure in two games, in two legs, they can do so because the talent, but they can be destroyed as well. It's possible. But we're kind of stretching, and we're catching our straws a little Frank, and then what have you seen to suggest that despite that talent that they can come together on the day and do it? Because because those players have the talent to suddenly start working together and because of their individual talent, make the difference, that's it. And you don't know what the opponent is going to be in which the opponent is going to be as well. It's why I say it's football after all. It's a human sport. I guess like any other sport, but it's human. So everything is possible. It's alien sports, Don. I just don't trust them over two legs, Dan. I mean, I get what the lads are saying and they're right because they're just so unpredictable because they've got quality players at the top end of the pitch. You're always think they're going to turn it on. And then if they've got variety who's brilliant in midfield and marquinhos at the back and Donna Roma, you start trying to put little pieces together and hakimi at right back and you look at it and you go, God, they're brilliant. But then when you come up against a buy and machine or a Liverpool machine or a man city machine who could just keep the ball away from you, are the likes of mes you're going to track back in the important moments of the game. We'll end bate track back. We'll name our track back in the important game. Will they help their midfield? Can they grind something in the second leg? We all know they can turn it on against anyone because they're like the Harlem dope trotters are just brilliant technicians and amazing players and legendary players, but stick them up against a machine over two legs. I don't see it. And all will be revealed, of course, the knockout stages kick off in and February, just a reminder how that group finished. Manchester.
Backlund lifts Flames past Penguins in 7-round shootout
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Rock star tests positive for COVID-19
"A popular rockstar has tested positive for covert nineteen Ryan Adams says he is not tested positive twice in a month for covert nineteen musician posted on Instagram that the latest positive test came when he arrived at Milan airport for a promotional event the post features a photo of him in an airport room being tested and a second one of him in an ambulance being taken off for a more reliable PCR test Adams who is also a photographer is in Milan to unveil the twenty twenty two Carelli calendar which you shot among those featured in it a fellow musicians Iggy Pop Jennifer Hudson so we've read and share I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"milan" Discussed on ESPN FC
"You're gonna play the one where you're probably least likely to. Budget for points is liverpool away when it's matchday one you're going to. You're going to look at this and say you know we lost this one. But i think generally feel that they have a shot at maybe getting the three points at home. Why not I don't. I think this is a team that too young team but it's not a team. That's that's lacking in confidence. They simply came up against liberal side. Were much further along and a better team with better players and possibly better coached as well. So is it too hot then at this stage to decide what you're gonna make like. We're looking at liverpool. Who i that far removed from winning the champions we. Can you already tell if a team can go on and do that at this stage in these matches well. I don't think mill offense. I think some milan just fighting to try and get a few remember back to last year you get into milan. Finished bottom of the group went onto syria. Event is our struggle. This year they won. Yesterday is not an easy start for them. And i i think from milan's point have you always point of view. Last year was certainly a positive building block. Okay they fail away. Domestically tools the end of the season and then go as well as stock clearly but i think is a building process You know we've seen mindset in. Spent an awful lot of money. Try to this stage of winning it. And i think these teams know you know part from the odd freak year with a level as a not maybe sneaking that's gripped stage. But i don't think as much follow the not at best centene lucrative as good before bowls kicked. If you'd ac milan straight away you go right. We have to be pulled choice to have a chance of getting a group realistically. They'll look at it. Europa league up the probably expecting from from liverpool so which cain of well we can beget let a in madrid on the body by the net with the with just being them and they just don't play well but really it's gotta be let's get the euro per league but if we have if we have any chance of getting through the group we have to beat polar twice as we stop and gab. I'm not i. I know it's a popular idea that all these groups are decided ahead of time. Thirty obviously is going to go through. But i kind of disagree. Porto let's not forget took a point off of atlantic madrid. They reached the quarter-finals law season. I i wouldn't write them off is not being capable of taking points off liverpool even liverpool's away record in this competition. Think everybody knows what it is. It's not good. That's under club. So our liverpool the best the group. Yes i for my money. They're one of the top three or four sides in the world and they completely deserve to win this game tonight. But i'm going to city after match. They won and say well. It's a done deal. Led to madrid and liverpool are gonna waltz through and the other side's thinking europa league. I still think every group is still pretty much wide open. Meanwhile frankie watched Club bruges against psg messy mbappe and neymar all starts. Also again that what you said. It wasn't a good game. It wasn't a good game. Version was exceptional gift from bruise And really departed after the game. You know like the they won the game. I was expecting to for the first time. What we call the eminem..
"milan" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Is just putting current coaches through the ringer tv. And i think golly had to admit that obviously that wasn't the plan but liverpool were just more dynamic They cover the area of the pitch. Better they press better find probably qualitatively They have an edge as well when all those things come together. is really really hard for them to go in and play against You know might have approached the game differently if they'd had one of the two Big center forward. Starting whether there's or or or live you room. Maybe hold the ball up a little better but even then you know that can't be an excuse. This game was far more. One sided and the scoreline. But you take the positive you take the positives of the reaction you do take the positive of the fact that the second half some of the defending from tomorrow i saw was very good and you go on and live to fight another day. I mean it's been a long long time since lost in the champions league. Yeah how did look to you. frank Well i mean. I enjoy the investment. I enjoy the intensity of the game and how liverpool engaged the the game. Everything for me was absolutely spot-on. Especially if you compare with last season with no funds and you realize that playing in the field with the funds behind you make sure us defense and they and they go for it. And well i wash at the same time. It was bruges perez and that game liverpool against millan and you can see the different differences of pace Dot was fantastic from from from from from everywhere anew and the thing is it's football that's the beauty of it. There is no scenario no strips and nothing is return. It's not a done deal. Everything's gonna happen and everything happening that game. And there was a turn of event as steve mentioned just before time but liverpool kept on going and and then if they did really to win and they and they keep on going that. I'm pretty sure they're going to be Not too far from being maybe the champion. We know who should remember. They left tiago money on the bench. Alone reveal giovane dykes naive. I'll be rebecca for. Minnows was injured liverpool. A way farther down the road in milan side. Who had one hundred percent record style and and syria off ball. I think it was.
"milan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Create energy for the city. You're in a way a little bit of a leader of this movement of younger creative talent and the city. Is it really developing quickly. Here i mean. How much have you seen things. Change over say the last five years. I'll is obviously growing massively every year to which kind of shows this right. Yeah i must say that was just before the crisis there was like a crazy movement of people like you would year. Everybody including everybody was really looking at milan. Like a place where to move. Then the city was the first place of the pandemic and maybe that shock was quite a shock. But i think is not lasting anymore. I think People are thinking back to to move here and hopefully this city will. I mean the city's growing even i dunno from the architecture point of view there are potter monas- califor- any there are huge projects. Happening so i hope and you lived in a number of different places around europe upon his danish. And you've ended up in milan to. I'd love to hear what that kind of. Was it powers that you came from before milan. Yeah what was that movement like. And i guess integrating into the city and finding a good network and also the amazing opportunity to work with all these suppliers. Well that was one of the main reason why we moved here from farris after eight years in paris and we founded our brand there that were older. What suppliers a lot of our production base in italy and also. i'm italian. morton is danish. We had the idea was that i time to move to account that was closer to family for both of us and i have to say that milan was the first city that we chose where we didn't move forward because of work but we decided to actively to move here and it was the most welcoming city that we could possibly imagine like both professionally and also finding new friends. And you connection because there is a big curiosity in what's new and people are really up for like supporting each other. That's very beautiful. Doesn't always happen in celona is back here. September it's coming back again in april twenty twenty two. How'd you think this event will progress. We've seen this huge change with the super celona and almost like downsizing this grand fair that you know you talked before about just the waste that these kind of events and installations can have. They're trying to be a little bit. More sustainable i mean you see good things ahead for the event. I really believe that. I mean i must say i still have to go to. The fair will go tomorrow and very interested. I admire a lot of the work of safer. No boy boyana appeared that she decided to do super celona. I'm more an expert of the forest alone. And i think the forest lawrence seems to be in a very healthy position. My thanks to valentine at your joy herro and latisha columbia. The and before that.
"milan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Studio and we'll be joining the conversation. The grid design disaster and we're exhibiting with alcoa. We are presenting an empty room. So the idea of this show is to introduce our concept of philosophy. It's a new company to start up. And we're introducing a new idea or model of the collectible design so all the project our project start with an idea and imaginations of our collectors so presenting. An empty room is to invite people to imagine. I was a bit rescan shocking. For even for valentine and the others to accept but I think now people like they're asking us and they are interested in the concert and it was a bit like anti go like people were wondering. What's the idea behind it. And they felt actually they start to imagine also and they invite like it worked. We're joined by another designers. Well to introduce yourself please. I am lead from there. One of the two founders of older now sustainable uniform brand we took path that cova with several project one of them was the original one was the uniform for the staff of our cova. The project started when we went to the first time to see the location together with valentina and we saw that there was a pile of old military uniform that will have been thrown away the time when they had to clean up the space and we decided to take them and the construct them reach them created some kind of textile print and merge them with our fabrics and then we added like a cova petch and some straps. And that was it. So the all the guys from the stuff they were those jockettes and then we have also a space that cover with some of our were furniture. That are meant to be used in our wispy polity context as much as our uniform and is like some way wigan for serving wagons tools the great for pretty amazing volunteer. I don't think we've done the space justice enough yet. This is a huge endeavor that you've taken on. What did you find when you find these old buildings. Because i imagine they weren't in the state that they today obviously but what attracted you to the location. And how did you think. Wow i can take on this massive area and create something amazing here and then the magic was already the magic and see now we just work really the bid on the green part the building partly overgrown with green and this was ready like insane in the sense is at the center of the city. But you're still in a city and there. There are cedars that are maybe one hundred years old huge justin. I got shocked by the beauty. A little bit scared by what we perceived as a distance at the time which we don't anymore and the scale but whenever we found it was before the crisis so we had a very successful local cova in two thousand nineteen and so the the two thousand twenty was going to be huge. And it didn't happen so we struggle a bit to keep the situation close. And i don't know if you remember many times. Salona was postponed and then in the end all the people we have they believed in september and now we are so grateful that we all believe because it's not about me and joseph we have fifty two exhibitors that they like us. They feel the possibility the opportunity to do something. Great and out of the fifty to exhibit. Is we have to here. So i'd love to know from your perspective joy. What excited you about this space and you know. How did you feel in terms of reinterpreting this room that you had into something that would work for your design and make a statement so this space is very primitive basic. So you don't need really to do intervention so actually have everything in the space. You have the beautiful light you have. The leaves have nature. You have like kind of history all actually the abandoned spaces are gives you the feeling like you start to imagine. Actually what was happening here before you come so for us. It was the perfect place to make a statement. It's actually we didn't touch the space. We just put the problem. And that's it. That's quite a lot of people who've done right. they've really just. The place is so incredible as it is. You don't have to do much. Create a setting. It's really about showcasing. The physical designs yes some cases the music jive extremely. She put a poem. But i must say this is also something we are proud of because affair is usually a lot of waste even in styling materials and in the case of cova this mostly doesn't happen for the majority of the exhibitions and it's an international exhibition. You have designers more around the world but from what ends to a both based in milan. I'd love to hear a little bit about your relationship with valentine because you're working together but your friends as well how did you meet. how did you get involved with al-qaeda. We met with valentina for work. And then we happen that we really liked each other and we and we became friends for call. The project was born really spontaneously because we went to visit this pace casually when they were still working on it and he was still not cleaned up and renewed and we had this idea of the uniform. That was something we wanted to do. Already for the previous this two thousand twenty and then and the fact of working of course with military in a military environment where new uniform affirm already exist by nature was a really exciting for us to do project to recycling material. I think working together with france is great. Because you can allow yourself to be honest to always Push through like the most crazy ideas and support each other and in this case with their cover. We did it. They came very naturally after like when we were working on this in this space with the for the space with a uniform than the fact of being part of it also with our objectives kind of was big wish because we love we love with the place and with the organization. Maybe we'll zoom out just a little bit to milan as a city. So joe your your initiative designed disaster you work with a partner in beirut rights and your lebanese originally and now. You're living here in milan. I'd love to know why you came here to base your practice here. What's going on in the city at the moment because it just seems like there's a lot of creative talent and new generation of designers maybe emerging from the old world of italian design. Yeah actually. I lived in rome before coming to milan. And the reason moving here was to be close to all the artisans in the region so we wear clothes with artisans in reince coma. Venice for us being in. Milan is the best compromise. Like you have the motor city and then you can practice your work. I spent actually all the time. I don't have physical office so on all the time. The workshops for me milan. I came three years ago so the first year was discovery and then the covet happened so actually in the two years. We were building like more human relations attached to milan. Because like i said there's the human and the professional that you have everything actually what you're looking for and do you both feel that as well. I choose milano. So because i mean fifteen years i keep meeting new people interesting people. It doesn't seem to be static place where i'm always around with the same ones and these new commerce are such a relief and the.
"milan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Today's show. Now regular listeners would know that last week we came to. You live from our amazing space in the rosa. Noli bike shop in the brera design district of milan while that was fun. It was only a temporary setup sadly but we are back in our regular setting. I mean zurich. Nick minnie's is in london. And i'm very happy to say that i've got him down the line. Nick mini's first question. Have you recovered from all those heavy nights at baba so in milan. I have nolan. Thank you thank you checking on me. I mean as you know we can let the listeners. In on a little sacred did self impose a curfew on myself. And i found that to be actually quite an effective way to not not necessarily call an end to my drinking calling into my. It's all about networking isn't it. That's why we go to baba just just have a formal into that h not. Well i actually think it is a really good spot for network and the amount of people from the design industry in the creative industries that you meet that just for listeners. Who don't know baba's essentially this gathering spots at the end of each day at alone dumb obey designers architects says whoever all kind congregates around this bond drinks a few too many cronies and stays up a little bit too late. But said wasn't the only place you're hanging out nikki. Really got around an about across brera and across the city. We covered the fair last week. But i'd love to hear you know what you really enjoyed like thinking back because it's obviously a lot to take him when you're there and you're walking from exhibition to exhibition but looking back on it. Now what did you think had the biggest impact on you inspired you. The most i mean. I think and we talked about it on last week's show. It's about those spaces that i guess to more than just simply exhibit the newest releases and finish. That's being developed over the last year. The spaces that our guest give you something to take away and you know maybe a strong feeling or emotion is evoked Simply by being in that presence. It's almost exhibition. Like and if we go back to. Bob aso just for a moment. That was actually a discussion. I had with thomas leaky from our studios who also actually talked to one of monaco's events that we hosted in the wake with swiss appliance maker visa and it was talking about. Yeah about finding these spaces. That i guess we're more experiential rather than just i guess showroom liken the big one for me was amazed which we talked about but the other one was actually a little assignment you sent me on and and you're typically. I think what. I found particularly fun about this was i went to markel. Anastassiades cypriot british design. I went to his exhibition that was on the outskirts of the city. And as you mentioned a lot of the exhibitions are sort of in brera in other concentrated districts with. I guess other concentrated districts more towards the center of milan and the thing with markle's exhibition was that it was yeah again on the outskirts of the city and there was that moment. Where sort of like tossing up between getting on a metro line to go out there or hiring i can. I chose the latter. So i sort of had that moment of writing from brera role days well-dressed designers were seeing the city change. I moved through it and ultimately coming to these rundown factory space on the outskirts of the city where markle was exhibiting a host of lamps that he'd made out of bamboo and also some of his own personal collection of of rocks and other elements that he's collected from nature that he's turned to inspiration and the exhibition. I felt rather appropriately was code chiefly optimistic about the future. And i think that's how the whole milan design week and celona domo. Belay has made me feel about the future. I'm cheerfully optimistic. I think we've seen great things already from this big event. We've we've seen designers comeback together. We've seen people showcasing their works after holding onto them for a year and a half. And i think we've really saying yeah again. The the power designed to inspire and uplift people through events and exhibitions and particularly this one that marco put together for sure. Nick well thanks for that. We are all feeling. I think a little bit optimistic and maybe still slightly hungover from milan design week but just kind of saying on that theme of going out beyond the city for me the most interesting exhibition at salona. We spoke about a little bit. Last week was alcove. And i was able to get one of the co curator's of alco valentine trophy. She joined me at rose. Acknowle bikes with two of the design. Is that had taken part in the exhibition as joy. Herro of great design disaster and crimea of studio older and in proper milanese fashion valentina. Join me first. And then the girls were running a little later. They kind of joined in when they arrived. And we had this really nice free flowing discussions. Let's hear that now and valentina trophy and the creator of one of the apparently biggest show during this celona is kulikova. I also director an agency a creative agency. And i've been living in milan now for fifteen years almost an i pretty love with the city's so you call yourself as milanesi easy yeah to chile. Now is very hard to say for a balloon years because there is another great love between the two cities. But i i made my choice. So you mentioned. It's the most popular event at zalono mobile this year. So can you explain where this exhibition is what's going on there. Yeah sorry maybe. I sounded a little bit. Bold is a mix of tiredness and the like repeating what a year around maybe is big in terms of square meters. Also so i can try to correct what i was saying before is there are three huge building in a park in a park that was they were the operational buildings of in hospital which is still active military hospital and actually is this far. But he's not that far because we the metro you can go there and ten to fifty minutes from the duomo and then the metro stopping gani is really closed the entrance so this is what we did with al cover before. We really think that this alone. I can go out of the center to it was working. People are coming. There were ten thousand people on sunday. So and what's the aim of the exhibition itself and funding enough as we had this conversation one of the designers that you work with has walked in to the radio.
"milan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Glass. Vases you've made yes. There's this rich craft culture in sweden. And that's that's something that we really focus on. Since we are designers we collaborate with the craft people. So this is what we do. Because sweden is also very big in steel. And that's why. We chose to use this swedish recycled steel and also the glass pieces. These are made in the glass factory in buddha down in the glass kingdom. I made these during a residence. They're they're made with this fabulous guys been working with for forty five years. It was super annoyed with me in the beginning. Casey so good like with this. Take me to make these handles. And all those like decorative things and i was like can we just make this intuitive messy gala sculpture thing and he was kind of mad with the first week but then we really it goes against all of his like learning but in the end we ended up being buddies and it turned out great. It's a mess. It's quite satisfying beautiful mess. I think i just you know you talked about this middle ground between art and design. And i think maybe alcoa river is the best place maybe in the world i guess in the moment or in europe for show. That's really championing. This on a large scale for the audience of milan design week. Virtually how did you get involved in. Secondly why is it so important for you guys to be there we were contacted by ochoa to have this particular space these outer space this particular objects and it's just absolutely crucial that we get this experience and we're so thankful for it to especially as experimental and newly graduated designers to have this space and to meet everyone just interact like even if we worked with projects it's product for a couple of years. We still like in the beginning of the process. Like getting it out to costumers finding clients and everything and just going like international is a big thing for us and to show like the biggest venue just for ourselves on this terrorist is amazing especially since this is the scene for the borderland of art and design since we don't really have those kinds of gallery says dot com. It's really we really hope. This can be an opportunity for us to get in touch with. Those kind of galleries.
"milan" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"Milano. I am very happy to say that. I am joined by monaco's nick minnie's nick. I think you should maybe set the scene for us. What are we doing. Where are we standing. Give us a bit of indication so wearing a beautiful heritage. Barshop as you said. I think it's over one hundred years old. It's called rossignol. They've been making blacks fixing box keeping the milanese on their bikes for a long long time. But they're being enough to i. Guess let us come in and set up a studio space fronting out onto the street as well. The spinach brand and it's beautiful coming together. Monocle rossignol leeann usa in the milano and it's so exciting to be super excited. We've had a pretty action packed two days. But i'm just getting to know nick. This is your kind of your first learn. You were at their september event last year. You must be very excited to be. Can you tell us about your journeys. Share a little bit of information about all the fun you've been having and maybe some of the serious stuff. Maybe a little bit too much fun some nights. But i mean that's integral to networking and getting to know people. Obviously it's the social hub of salona. Domo bland a milan design week. But certainly i mean we got here on saturday and you were the same. Maybe a die earlier and i guess a host of different press events but what was really great about. It is because it was way because the previews weren't awake and you had a lot of milanese locals coming down and mixing the press it was. It was sort of these big celebration of i. Guess the city and it's designed to in being alive again not just with designers and not just journalists but also the people that actually live here and that and that was really beautiful so i mean we went out to alcober which you spoke to the swedish which is going to feature in this show but i mean that was an amazing scene seta. I guess for milan design week was going to turn into. We went out to that. And it's this old military hospital and seeing all these up and coming designers presenting works and then obviously going onto to super selena with you as well where it's the trade hole where everyone is presenting their way as and what they've been working on not just for the past year but more because this is obviously being two years in the making and then a whole host of meetings and interviews but also just being able to to wander around the barisan district and get a little bit lost and and wonder into courtyards. That's the beautiful thing about milan. It's it's all these buildings built of courtyards and just to be clear. I'm not wondering to people's homes like these are public courtyards. I'm looking at the door and brands there and sit ups and the work that they're sho- showing amazing. I mean we talk for hours about what we've seen and what we're doing but we need to actually play some of these interviews that we've been able to do over the last few days. And as he mentioned. I spoke to these two very young designers from sweden from stockholm josephine zackrisson and meera bug and they are part of this. Incredible design collective named swedish girls. Which is not. Maybe what you think when you google online. They're doing berry kind of interesting design. Very smart design and actually super functional design. Which is what. I love about this product. We're about to hear about now that these incredible steel chairs and steel pieces of furniture. The have a real awful but you could see them in a playground at the school. You could see them in a retail showroom. So maybe we merely here playing all of the audience and maybe may. Let's play this one now. We are at alcoa in the terrorists where we exhibit Motion surrounded it's a to project exhibition with a project called seat system furniture series and a glass project called mess. It's a series of glass cultures. And maybe you could outline what you're actually sat on right now because it might not look super comfortable when you're looking at it but when you sit on it it's surprisingly comfy. Can you explain the design the material and how you've made it so beautiful original in the series now. The series is like several different furniture. But this is chaired that you can sit on different levels on it. You can sit down there where you're sitting and then you can save up here where i'm sitting. Which is like the height of barstool we kind of was inspired by by movement and shadow play and like the material itself like steely so hard. And we wanted to make it like have a soft outta this series is called seat system and it all circles around a circle really. There's these lines that you can get in different degrees. So there's the stool that is forty five degrees and this share that we're sitting. Now it's ninety degrees and the bench. One hundred eighty degrees. And it's all modular and we work a lot with social values to create interaction between people. And i guess one of the things about all of these pieces as so many different variations but they just sit so well together. It seems so seemless. Is it the material that does that is that the shapes and forms have you made it. Feel you know super cohesive. We've been working a lot with like non shapes like inbetween shapes that are only air or other elements so it can play with the room with lights and all the shadow place it creates. And also they repetition. I think that's what it has in common so all the pieces are there are locked for the same. They're all made of like the same profile. That's just Multiplied a lot of times. So that makes it so like simple in a way but still so like strong aesthetically. And you know you guys from sweden. I don't want to stereotype swedish. I know is quite broad. But i do go up to the fair and you see a lot of timber designs and then you also probably think about when you think about sweden. But what is the kind of world that your operating and there you know you talk about. Founding sort of a collective with other designers what is new exciting up there that you guys are involved in. We usually up kind of in between art and design and that seeing in stockholm sweden. We really miss a lot. But i think we are seeing a little bit more about it more and more and maybe that's the thing we're part of. We're hoping like to be part of like starting something new in stockholm to break ground. I don't know because it's very strict. There people really followed the rules. Yeah design like art is art and design is design and when you approach design with more sculptural values design is traditionally very functional and like very minimalistic and less is more very can. Also i think for us. We like to look at other values to artenstein collectors. Girls is kind of based on this whole thing where we graduated and just wanted to create our own place to work and context where we can be ourselves because we couldn't really find it somewhere else we just had to create ourselves. But i guess you do have access to good manufacturers and things like that. Maybe the process for the seating and then secondly for these incredible.
Romelu Lukaku Returns to Chelsea From Inter Milan
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Lukaku Looks for Chelsea Return
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"A euro 2020 Italian hero Goalkeeper Gianluigi Donna. Rumor is going to be arriving in Paris tomorrow and he will complete his free transfer and sign a five year contract with Paris Saint German. Player of the tournament, leaving a C Milan after six years at the club and we'll be battling incumbent killer novice for the starting job in the French capital s in Spain
South Africa Tightens Restrictions to Fight Resurgent Virus
"Vaccine against the beater variant, first identified in South Africa. The less good news is that covid infections in South Africa. Are again going up, leading to President Cyril Ramaphosa announcing new restrictions. Focus is on limiting social contacts while preserving The economy and preserving livelihoods. The peak of this third wave looks set to be higher than the previous two waves. The first wave. If we recall lasted 15 weeks, the second wave lasted Nearly nine weeks. We don't know how long this one will last. But indications are that it could last longer. Well, let's talk to me in Milan, editor of of Chief of Becky sees a center for health journalism in South Africa Welcome to news Day Quite an alarming comment there from Cyril Ramaphosa. Tell us what is going on with this third wave. Yes, our third wave. As a president said. It looks like it will be worse than both our 1st and 2nd waves. At the moment, it's largely concentrated in how thing which is the province way most of the business and happen in South Africa. It's where Johannesburg is situated. About 60% of infections have new infections happen in Johannesburg and in helping at the moment and because the, um the pandemic is starting to move so fast, and we now have restrictions like our president mentioned and it's quite strict. It's all gatherings have been banned since last night. So it started this morning. Restaurants are no longer allowed to save sit down bills, and we have a curfew from nine o'clock in the evenings to four o'clock in the mornings, and importantly and schools will close. By the end of this week. All schools need to be closed and the sale of alcohol has been prohibited. This is the third time that we have an alcohol sales spin. South Africa is a country with a very strong drinking culture. And when hospitals get overloaded, and we bend the sale of alcohol, and it reduces the number of drama related cases in hospitals to open updates for covert. The other, really bad thing that happened is that we have the delta very in now, that seems to be spreading
When Fashion is Art with Instagrammer Melania Chavarria Nuo
"Of the first things. I thought of when i saw your instagram was i mean basically it stops you in our tracks our listeners who do not already follow you will. I'm sure look you up immediately. And the first thing i think of is where is she getting all of these clothes because it's just incredible. It's so incredible. How while you match your surroundings and integrate with the art. That's a part of this imagery or producing. Everything is so spot on and like she must have been a ton of time and money creating this clothing and actually you just did a fab video of your closet. Which i'm sure we'll talk about later. But as april and i are doing a little bit of research for this episode we learned that. Perhaps this has something to do with your formal education. Can you tell us about where you went to college. And what you studied. That's a long story actually Because i i studied fashion twice. I in mexico It was very complicated for me. Because ever since i was like i said i wanted this so our had failed that i had to choose like which direction to take so i started making a research. Nfl fellow that. I always had this idea that italian culture was more seemingly to us of course had this Examples okay be started the capital city so fashion light. You know have london milan. Perry's so you know. But i oh whistle that my way of understanding fashion because of our values are familiar with mexico. I always felt that they leon system was could be good a good example for me to develop like my own way of making fashions but of course you know time goes by and you start finding your own boys and reality. I have to be honest and say that when the time came for me to study fashion we only in my family will it. I was not ready to move at
Fuentes, Rockies Split Doubleheader With Virus-Short Padres
"Josh Fuentes did all the heavy lifting helping Colorado two or three two two eight inning nightcap victory and a split of its double header with the Padres twenties delivered a two run Homer in the second and a walk off single in the eighth in the opener Victor Caratini sixth inning tie breaking grand slam was the difference maker as San Diego prevailed five three victory preserved by a shaky five out save from Marc Milan sin with the sweat the Padres remained two games behind division leading San Francisco Bruce Morton Denver
UEFA Reveal Sanctions for Nine Clubs That Left ESL as Reintegration Begins
"Announced that the nine clubs that have renounced the super league. That's all the athletic to madrid and both milan. Teams will have the prize money for their next season in europe reduced by five percent and redistributed to the other participating clubs. Each club would face a fine of one hundred million euros if they attempt to break away again.
12 European Soccer Clubs Announce New Breakaway Super Leagues
"On sunday. The world of soccer was rocked by the announcement that some of the biggest clubs in europe are forming a super league not unfortunately to fight super villains but to play very lucrative soccer matches against one another. The owners of the proposed twenty team super league spun it as a way to help fix what has been broken about the wife of champions league and take soccer the next level there are twelve breakaway clubs so far three from italy event is inter milan and a c milan three from spain. Barscelona real madrid and let it go. Madrid and six from england manchester city manchester united liverpool chelsea arsenal taught name hotspur spurs just fired head coach josie marino finally making him the first coach sacked in the super league era how exciting the blowback to the super league announcement has been swift and harsh a monday for president. Alexander shefrin called breakaway owners. Snakes and promised that players on those clubs who play in the super league will be banned from participating in the world. Cup or the euro's on sky sports monday night football former player and coach gary neville issued basically a call to arms to all english football fans players and coaches to stop the super league the trade monopoly. A closed shop atonement. Where you're to be in western molester in champions league places forget it. They don't get into the champions league anymore doesn't matter where they finish in the league was the point they take away everything in this country. The pyramid the sincerity of competition the state integrity of competition that we value and the taking it away. Yeah we know that. Monday nights have got more money. We know liverpool of moment. And we know the moment we can live with without. They'll always be top clubs who have more money but they can be beaten by sheffield united. Oh mickens role with fulham and trying to take that away to create franchise football. Never it can never happen.
New Force Of Nature Leaves Physicists Over the Muon
"Cancel culture might becoming for sir. Isaac newton assisting have discovered a new fundamental force the results are from the fermi national accelerator lab in illinois which has been doing experiments on me. Wan's milan's are subatomic particles that are similar to electrons hundred times heavier. Maybe even two hundred one times have year after a full year in quarantine. Thank you. this is why. I'm a professional physics. Comedian i go to the conferences. The experiment involved measuring the wobble of milan's any big magnetic field based on the most current model of particle physics. They should have wobbled at predictable. Rate when scientists recorded wobbling rate. That was faster than expected. They were led to hypothesize enu fundamental force was at play. Of course if you're not on hive like me might not mean a lot but people in the physics community are very excited. They say this finding has the potential to clear up galactic mysteries like dark matter. Look all good. Keep it up guys. Just let me know before you do something that all into a black
Does Manchester United Need to Win Trophies?
"I one of the big story lines. The weekend was manchester. United being eliminated from yet another competition only gone on social and inevitably those comments that he made in the lead up to the milan game. Have once again. Being scrutinized just remind what he has to say in the league position. You see if you're progressing really. And sometimes in the cup tournaments he might be lucky or unlucky. Withdraws gains the sided on different factors. of course we're aiming to win trophies but as we said sometimes a trophy can hide. What's happening the club. But sometimes it's more of an ego thing from other managers and crabs to finally win something we've got about two thousand eighteen just talking about what happens on the pitch and offer the manchester united set. Playing performance doesn't really have a meaningful impact on what we can do on the commercial side of the business magden scathing today in his article on. Espn see if both the manager and executive vice chairman suggest that the basic premise of winning trophies isn't the primary y'all of success low traffic. It should be no surprise if the message seats through to the plans and they go on to fall. Short in the quarters and semi's as they have made a habit of doing under socia- i feel drawn to you first to defend your boy. I don't think i have to defend him. I think that gonna soldier knows from his time as a player that the only thing that counts matches united states to win trophies. But i don't think these kind of statesman's makes him make him any favors on another statement as well saying that when the percents that sponsorship deal by jim company they they said you had phenomenal success at the club which has taken him to another level. You had twenty one gain snow two losses two weeks ago. The beat my city away this one of the favorites in the champions league but having said that that game against less than that was so sad to watch is was three goals that gave away. I mean you couldn't see how they wanted to play the game. The first goal that wanted to play out on it back. That is nicely city doing that matches. United can't do that. Maguire given the ball to fred terrible game losing the ball so many times before loss on on their on the on the skull. And i and i think that those kind of statements mansions united should be happy that there are no fans at the stadium because masses united. In my time in don's time it was all about winning trophies on should be now at this moment as well and this is a big big problem. Isn't it don. If you're social you come out with these sort of comments. You all manchester united's manager and like it or not. That bar is being set extremely high over the years and no matter how much you talk about improvement and places and players what you will be judged by is trophies and at the moment he hasn't got any should pay for any football club your manager of man united. When we're very big comes in the world you have to pride yourself on winning trophies all getting really close to them and the statement was a bizarre one in my opinion. I don't know why he felt zo yet to say trophies of egos have no idea what that meant and then we'll have seen over the last six months or a bit longer. Is he tries to be a little bit. Clever ali arrested loads players against sheffield united in the primer league. Lost that game. He rested loads. Plaza gets picked us in the champions league lost game. Don't exactly the same no against last weekend. I don't know why is the of them replaced with a little bit of a bright coming up in the end. The bring four big off the branch. And i'm not just at the end trying to rescue the game but he set himself up for failure. If you come out with those sorts statements lots give players inch. They'll take yard and of very very inconsistent. At the moment.
Italy Back in Lockdown After 3rd Wave of Infections Hits
"Italy is back in lockdown just over a year after it became the first country to do so. Schools, restaurants, shops museums ordered to close today due to a new wave of corona virus infections and several regions, including Roman Milan, said to be high risk zones. And Germany is also warning a third wave of Corona virus has started. Governor Inslee says he will sign an emergency proclamation that requires all public schools to offer students and in person learning option starting next
Milan grab draw at Manchester United
"What happened in the league games today and starting with manchester united's one all draw with me. It means milan will be taking a crucial away. Goal into the second game. Incensio on the eighteenth of march. Paulie shaw said. Afterwards his side were a bit slow in possession. He say's a draw was a fair result. Would you agree john. I wouldn't care. Now melania rob dot brand. Cassie goal was that i thought poundstone hip go away. We will the united us. Right in terms of how slow in possession they. They were really lethargic. They couldn't get going dion by the difference when he came off the bench and scored a fantastic goal fernandez yet. Another assist but that play in general was quite weak was quite slow. I thought on wax. And i've got to say with milan patched upside that that came away from home with six or seven major players injured. I thought they put a real good performance. Should it came away with the win. Within a mind frank the fact that manchester united were home and were against a depleted milan site. Did you expect more from them. Well yes but we know melanie. Sorry manchester united is better. Maybe away from home. When do you don't have to lead the game. I want agree with dawn. I think my gwalior and gyms had two beautiful to to to make manchester united winning that game. I think only for me. A fair result is true. That should have been a penalty for a for milan and kia and the of the day. I think it's it's a. It's a fair. Result is a deserving draw for boss team and nothing much to say. But it's not it's not done for million for the second leg because we know that message. It will be more dangerous away from home that they've been traveled. They will be dangerous away from home. We know how good their away record is but milan were missing some place. What if they come back and then they have them at home to. Do you feel for them. Not fear for both of these. Who's actually going to go ahead and win this game over two legs i was. I was disappointed. I was disappointing. Stray off the bat and so two teams. So that probably didn't help me actually watching again because if you look at a short almost looks like it may have been a decent game. I didn't enjoy this at all. Quite honestly i think i'd rather put neither say disaster. When as opposed to either say deserve the draw so i wasn't my cup of tea whatever to deplete incites lopez. Enjoyable horrible may win hole and rain coming down now for me.
Welcome to Westview - burst 04
"My question is you're making a hip hop album. Cover with your favorite athlete and your favourite fictional character. What do duo is on your cover. I'm going to start with l. seven. Okay if i can have favorite athlete and fictional character. That's go with jerry rice. Okay and luke cage jerry rice and luke cage. I like that. I gotta ask why i gotta ask jerry. Rice is my favorite football player of all time on the niners fan always been his friend always will be niners. Fan love jerry. Rice and i love lou cage Big he's a A staple in In comics specifically When it comes to black characters And so yeah those two. I think they're great representation of Of who. I am And you know. Black athletes and black fictional characters