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"salomon kalou" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Don't I don't get it at all and I still think this is not possible that Murray Not GonNa have skyro-. Allows the club to spend eighty million in venture. I'm sorry but as The fact that it hasn't happened yet might suggest she's. And Louise Dunk Louis Dunk. He's a funny name obviously for us basketball fans but also I think he's a very good defender easy. The answer to that Defensive Issues Twenty eight years old on prices forty million. Okay. You cut me before I could even say like it depends on the prize and again the age neither you know the price. Lewis Dunk was but I just think again, they could do better than either of the three and more clever signings in a way and you know I think again, a lot of the talk here has come from. numb apart from chill will the other two I think a lot of the clot talk come from agents, people close to the players or the selling clubs. And I think that is indicative. I think show will they really really like and yeah, just hoping to get enough of that price. Price do. You want to weigh on average because I keep getting a hard time for saying that Chelsea's priority is in defense and not yet Hartson but I think you might still come but if he comes at the price you want to. Have any you have any wisdom and Kabul they need. I, AM convinced that everybody needs guy hobbits and if you can get him and also get your other positions strength threaten when they have to be strengthened. Then why not I would be amazed if they only sign Calvisano defenders I, don't think that will happen. Yeah Gets that little sports are reporting Christian not is pushing for the club to go and San Road Jimenez. GOB does that make sense to you? Let's see who does Rohan is play for wars whose agent Whose presented was all of wolves agents? I think this is a throw away one of those. Trans stories that bounce around yet. I. I'M GONNA. Suggest that Cristiano Renaldo hasn't actually spoken in public is like, yeah we should signed relic minutes I. Think it's people putting two and two together about why they're linked with all human is that he's a phenomenal striker He's also somebody who's the wrong completely the wrong age profile for. Now twenty nine years old. because he's coming from wolves, he would cost you sixty seventy eighty. Makes zero sense you know yes I'll replace them with managers older. Yeah. It does seem sort of this very naked thread that you know the the amends empire puts out there. I'll tell you what if I mean mentors Yeah, you might WANNA play for a bigger club, but you're happy walls scoring goals at wolves he's doing well, it wolves I don't think he's under this huge pressure or I don't think he certainly not putting any pressure to move so I agree with you. Now when we last saw Salomon Kalou he was making a mockery of Anti Corona, virus measures and getting fired from her Berlin. Jewels whereas now a bourgeois forego Jacob. Benichou amazing which a Fogel where we're Clarence Seedorf. Exactly. They were very impressed with currency of on every level if you remember as well, maybe it'd be the same with with Kalou. I mean, I, have to say, I love. I love those stories of like I thinking not yet. Chris signing like I assume doing. Keep you happy. I'm not even sure he was assured in keep as what was presented in the Botafogo Stadium. We would we would follow him in Buffalo Yozo is butcher foregoes. And And let's see how it plays. I think could. Potentially, be a very bad idea but also a good idea I guess curious it's. Too that he goes there as the pandemic absolutely hits beacon. Yes. Came but we wish him well, yeah of course always, and finally got Hamas for three guy said, he would love more playing time I'll read. Madrid. But because other peop- because of other people e can't get on the pitch and the club. Won't let him leave are you buying this? Why would I want him to leave? So yeah. The club would. Thomas Hubbard one, hundred percent drive you may. Drive you just after the drive gas bail the reality is. The reality and the thing about him. Oh, I don't play because of other people. What other people who are better and more productive than you or who the manager thinks you I. I like the Guy, lot? I don't think he's necessarily the sharpest tool in the box why even with his glasses clean shaved. He said these things in a podcast, right? In Spanish. So there's there's no there's no issue of translation. Yeah. Presumably, the guy to go to Columbia right. I don't know I think he's still has something to give. I think it's a classic situation where you're in this position. If listen want to sit there and count your cash, you should count your cash. If, you want to make this, happen you go and you say look I'm do X. amount over the next two years I'll take that money over the next four years plus bonuses. Thank you very much. So maybe somebody the next level down can afford. Can Afford to sign me. Yeah, I? It is funny because. Off Duty knows the big homicide readers guy. I guarantee I'm going make a bold prediction and predict that he will be linked to Everton next week that be using some clubs would want him right I. Mean I know he hasn't played much. He's not one hundred years old. He's not somebody who has a bad attitude. He's really good play. If you put him in the environment, if you build a team a bit earlier attacking structure around him, that's the thing you got to build the team around him. Because he is number ten that's again I mean they got one year in the midfield three out of him where he ran himself into the ground but that's a bigger ask now at this phase of his career. So Yeah I. I think he's worth somebody taking a gamble on but again, we says wages he's got to make that happen and and make a bit of a sacrifice their I guarantee you. It's not around Madrid saying, oh no. Definitely not. Also company is retiring from football. To stick around and Anderlecht as in his managerial director football role your thoughts. It's funny because even when he was playing last season I thought he retired already he was he was bad I mean I think he's tricky to be a player and coach at the same time. Let's focus on being a coach vinny probably much much better right now. Looking Vincent Kompany what have we former teammates Joe Hearts? He's on his way to spurs gap. Yes, I am sure that he's only there to be the third goalkeeper to be the new Michelle form I would assume and that the real selling point was that instagram post of Hamer's all the muscles out where he looked like some psychotic professional wrestler look kind of like the ultimate warrior's more clean shaven little brother. Anyway. That's all we've got time for this week. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for spending your time with us. We're going to be back on Thursday we're. Looking ahead to chew. Huge..
"salomon kalou" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"He is very optimistic that a factory will be coming to Travis county he even went further he said he's very optimistic that Tesla will move their entire headquarters to Texas how about that we also have the big Supreme Court ruling this morning saying that president trump cannot issue an executive order nullifying president Obama's executive order that created the dreamers act the legal protection for the young illegal aliens and we've also got all of the new angles on the case out of Atlanta and this is Bob on K. L. B. J. with a comment on that story Bob good morning welcome good morning thank you for taking my call you bet what are your thoughts Sir okay I want to know Paul was very quickly just the beginning of time has made current informed weapons it is always good and against the law to a death to a person from behind are you getting the rock from behind them in the back from us the musky within billion dollars against the mother sued somebody from behind but I digress the point I want to make you the lawsuit in the state of Texas in the very time even if you have a concealed Kerry license you can only need the amount of force is used against you what vehicle amount of force I was charged with attempted murder back in eighty eight a Salomon Kalou who tried to rob me and I was charged with attempted murder aggravated assault with a deadly weapon because that person did not have a gun in idea now at night time it takes on a whole new meaning at night and you can get away with love because let's talk about it later please talk about the Atlanta case it's all no no it is not all right he's gone we don't have time for all these personal stories let's go to this Johnny who is downtown on kale BJ Hey Johnny good morning welcome you know one critical point that I haven't heard you mention it to me this makes or breaks the case but that exact same DA was mentioned are in video conference call on Terry said indicating that in the state of Georgia that case instead of a lethal weapon yeah okay and so in my mind if that's a lethal weapon and that then the guy shot brook shot back at the officers then he was one hundred percent justified in killing him and no one that was brought up yesterday on the news and I got it looked like he had the same should all look like everything was the same a couple weeks back not years saying that that taser was considered a lethal weapon yeah I saw the video of him doing that I and it was another case yep just a couple of weeks ago just yeah so it's all not even a couple years right now he's on video saying yes under Georgia law tasers are considered deadly weapons and yet he is completely contradicting that point now it is presentations on this case saying there was no deadly threat presented by the fleeing suspect make Mister Brooks verses the police officer none whatsoever that even goes further to me than just saying whether or not the taser is considered a deadly weapon I he's just flat out denying it that Mister Brooks posed any threat but let's check in with don in round top he's got a comment on the thank you Johnny Supreme Court ruling today on the dreamers hello don welcome to K. L. B. J. yeah John not don I'm sorry John good morning it's okay it's okay my question is did the docket kids that are listed under the dreamers act okay yeah previous people that came across with their parents illegally and have been here is is there a cut off time of but I mean is it new people coming across as well you know there were parameters that were set up by president Obama they were brought here at a certain age they were young brought in illegally by their parents okay then at this time have any of them applied for citizenship and if no no they don't they can't not yet but that will that will be next well we just heard Schumer saying that's the next step is to create a mechanism for them to become citizens don thank you Susan is in central Austin with a comment about the battle of the masks hi Susan good morning good morning I've been one of those people out there not wearing a mask and nobody has shown to me I'm happy to say latest edict buyer mayor this businesses have to make us wear masks I was thinking about a defense against that and it seems to me that when the Supreme Court of Texas ruled that the mayor and city council couldn't make businesses force of force businesses to pay sick leave the that by the same logic they don't have the right to tell businesses they have to make us wear masks what do you think well in reality it doesn't do much good for those business owners because they have to get busy coming up with the policy by the time you fight all of this out in court and they might win on your arguments Susan where a lot of years down the road yes exactly and and Adler has said make it happen immediately so they have to do it yeah they have to do by Tuesday did everything in place and do it well that doesn't mean I'm not going to go out there without a mask because why do you want to do that Susan wired wire you intent on doing that because our thank you for using it this is a power grab they being the mayor's email yeah all the all the little petty tyrants out there and I feel like the mortality rate does not justify taking our rights away all right Susan thanks you have a good one yeah I thought it was interesting a doctor mark Siegel was talking about some when he called important news I that came out about the transmission of coping you know we're we're constantly learning yes sayings and the latest has banned that they're finding you have to be around someone for a a good length of time and it's someone that has already has coated in your like in their personal space for a good length of time this passing them in the holler pastime outside is not really resulting in the transmission of this here is Dr Marc Siegel he is with the faculty at the New York University Medical School he's one of the very best this is what he's saying about it this is very important news today on covert nineteen for everybody out there here's what we're learning welcome open research did a study that revealed that ten percent of the people with covert nineteen to eighty percent of the spreading now why would that be it's not from casually touching services it's not from passing somebody outside for two minutes right going by someone it's about prolonged exposure being in the room with someone having them coughing or sneezing now if they call firstly is right near you you don't need the prolonged exposure but the prolonged exposure would be if someone is exhibiting as much symptoms so that's the key being right up next to somebody and being staying real close to them if they're talking loud if they're seeing if they're basically putting out a lot of secretions that increases your chances dramatically that's the new reveal and that's extremely important going forward and the reason I brought that up is because you think about these businesses how often are you in a business where you're that close to someone for a prolonged period of time right in their face as they're yelling at you were singing that you I don't think it's happening now no not very much that'll do it for this hour we are back right after Rush Limbaugh yeah two to four with at Clements yet us yes indeed Russia's next eleven to two please join us to to for mark Melinda mark Mullen on news radio que L. B. J. if you're suffering right now with really severe knee pain I know that.
"salomon kalou" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It talks about effective persons going into isolation with two tests a week becoming the norm adding more posted results may well come back with Germany's capacity to conduct widespread testing and deal with the outcomes is wide open just like you as much as the lead in Europe most likely to return to playing first Cologne for example confirmed they had no further infections three people have tested positive last week meanwhile the Ivory Coast striker Salomon Kalou was being suspended from trading by his club Hertha Berlin thanks for breaking social distancing guidelines inspiring the legal tonight is writing for a June results the football season the club's resuming training this week plays must undergo tests of course before they can return to the training facilities football in Spain has of course been suspended since March will be different looks the the NFL season this year that's after the football league announced that five games scheduled to take place in London and Mexico during the twenty twenty season will be mailed back to U. S. stadiums because of the pain that it will the Jacksonville Jaguars wish adults play two home games at Wembley Stadium in London well the Tottenham Hotspur stadium was also G. to stage two matches whether I want to follow kids in Miami Dolphins would've been the home teams the Arizona Cardinals was set to be the home team for games at at the Azteca stay in Mexico City meanwhile tributes to be paid after the death of the legendary Miami dolphins coach don Shula at the age of nineteen he guided the dolphins to successive Super Bowl victories in the nineteen seventies included the NFL's only perfect season in nineteen seventy two and road cycling women's tall as is being canceled for the twenty twenty season will be arranged for June twenty twenty the stage race which is being held in Britain every A. since twenty fourteen was due to take place from June and was initially described in Montel cycling's governing body is due to release a revised race calendar for the season on Tuesday Britain's Lizzy dining is the first cyclist to win the women's told twice he disappointed but you know it's to be expected it wasn't a surprise them I'm just glad that they're talking about committing to put it on the twenty twenty one there's not much time at the end of seasons kind of Pakal the great Danes so I think there's a really good the student council thank do you stay with the sale of the BBC world service because in the next hour we'll be hearing from an Italian para athletes who of course is hoping for the Tokyo games next year we'll be hearing from him live on the program here on Tuesday if you copy that long you can add to our website BBC dot com forward slash just great thank you very much we love it we love you so much we have to say thank you twice thank you James it's a Mexican wave of thank you let's take you to the Nigerian now it's relaxed a five week locked down in the major cities of Abuja and Lagos giving some people the chance to return to work bus in the last week cases of coronavirus sadly have nearly doubled the BBC's Andrew gift has spoken to the governor of Lagos state about the G. day or solo son Luke and began by asking him if now was the right time then to relax the lockdown we've been seeing you know a lot of social unrest people that are saying that with picking the I. D. how convenient phone then we'll think of what I was saying there were no problems no provided the needed fifteen minutes Fisher fifty net for them until I'm done with some people saying that David dying of other things much more than even corona so as a government we need to be also listen to our people and see how will bottom out stock when it is that gonna has totally lost it powers on tests any major work done president about eighteen thousand would you think would be the reason for this I'm not sold on I was doing what we call a full molecular text they're probably doing some bit of rapid test I'm also happy with that I brought two hundred thousand hundred thousand rapid test in Iraq the test does not give you the entire positivity or negativity both the vitals what we're doing in Nigerian legal specifically that hundred percent money collected from the wedding is that if it's a W. yup plus if you don't have simplicity if they said I needed to get a hold of sending the police to do more yes I agree with you we could still do more and I think all of the fourth I've been roughed up non capacity with an issue you know reach was an issue right and I think in the last two three weeks they've sort of like the scale of that very quickly okay are you it's going to make a statement about the GSA so do some will lose speaking to the BBC's Andrew gift this is Newsday now we gonna talk about another sort of virus related adaptation I suppose the song of the nightingale and how you calm now wonder off into a south a southern English forest to listen to it the nightingale calls for these beautiful beautiful song has often attracted musicians musicians have played along with the nightingale song on the B. B. C. believe it or not Sam Lee is a musician who normally gives people a special tour to listen to the nightingale concert this year so he's had to adapt my name's Sam Lee I'm a folk singer some click to vent producer in nature conservationist right now I'm in the woods in Sussex in southern England I'm surrounded by blue bells getting ready for the sing with nineteen goals events that are happening every night and the next couple of weeks you're the high and **** rule.
"salomon kalou" Discussed on ESPN FC
"To the show cabin jobs obviously every week. Do you corona idiots of the week you recorded your podcast too early to have Salomon. Kalou is your king. That's right. We won't be sending him the Coveted cove immediate award. This week although I think we might WANNA maybe we'll we'll we'll we'll discuss renaming the Salomon Kalou award. There's so many things that make this worse one is obviously he wasn't filmed doing it. He he filmed himself doing it. Which makes you realize that you really has. No understanding of what's at stake here The fact that on Wednesday Angela Merkel the German chancellor and her government. They're expected to green light or not green light as the case may be the return of football in Germany and people have worked extremely hard to try to make this happen behind closed. Doors the fact that he's entirely nonchalant even as as people around him go and tell him. Look Erase that. Turn it off. The managed thirty five years old and based on today's evidence seems to have the mentality of the twelve year old and not very well behaved twelve year old either. It's a consensual. Joe's isn't it because as excited as positive we are about the return of Football Veasley in Germany. We have seen incidents. We saw England with Carl Walker. Sort as well Jack. Greeley's inevitably there are GonNa be some outlines in this. Yes you're right although Kalou taken into another level let's be honest. There's some this thing that you could do in your own home. And you could break the rules and the social distancing that kind of stuff but do any like this in your dressing room E. R. Your club in front of everybody including your medical staff who were taking some tests when you went over and crushed one of your teammates taking us having these tests done. It's just completely stupid and I mean someone. Kalu is a waste of time for her to bed. It's been a waste of money is what he's played five games. This season is thirty five Gob said. And surely this is. This is one of the most disgraceful things that we've seen so far in this crisis. Okay let's turn the page. Because I was GONNA start the show with a real positive vibe. Because we've heard when I've gone to calve in the past. You gotta see what happens. See this and that but Gab. On Your podcast today. I thought you sounded more optimistic than you ever had. Especially when you look at the figures that we solar of course. Germany releasing today. What ten positives out of seventeen hundred tests? Yeah and this is of course. Ten positives out of a seven hundred twenty four tests. It's about forty forty nine or fifty per club. These include both players obviously backroom staff. You know the people who need to stay healthy and need to stay virus free and before you know the really more hardcore more stringent quarantine warranty and conditions Stepped in and we know that three of those are obviously the the three clone. This concerns the the first division and second division clubs. It was a lot of optimism and saying that you know these guys are already generally healthy. And there's only a few things that we need to do to to to go and monitor the situation and have them play safely This was hugely encouraging. And but of course that was before the Kalou video came out. Let's just hope it doesn't jeopardize everything and brought fun duly influence. The government's decision of course shows you got people saying okay. What happens if they're positive? Cash only then everything has got to shut down. This is kind of proves the contrary to that. Yes and also the way. They've handled the case in in Cologne where those three the two players and the the backroom staff member who then when into self-isolation but not the rest of the squadron not the rest of the little groups in which two players training with and clearly testing the other members of the club. And no one. Nobody has this positive so they've they've clearly but listen they have this. I mean yeah okay. Sometimes you might have someone who's positive maybe not showing any symptoms maybe showing some some and you could always find a way. But they've got this under control the holiday before anybody else for the rest of the population. The heavy for their football players. They have protocols in place. The discipline the organize the everything that they're not in the permeating for example. So of course you would expect them to be the first one to resume football and he will be it will be kind of normal and it will be expected and fair but even then you're not competing hundred percent. Sure and I said you know. We think they will give the green light on Wednesday but there's also a possibility that she waits another week. Maybe maybe another two weeks but then already there. Nobody nobody else in Europe is ready. It's going to happen though. Gab. Isn't it. We're going to see on this thing action this month. I mean I'm leaning to the fact that it's going to be more yes than no at this stage like I told you. I was all positive and cheery this morning when I did the podcast and not just about Germany but more cautiously about Spain Italy too. I think it's leaning in that direction that that number that ten out of seventeen twenty four gives you a really tremendous baseline a to start with the tells you yes if you take the right precautions we can. We can do it. It also tells you that Joe said having the players you know not locked up off locked up together but but core gene at home and then coming out to train. The system can work to help. Contain the virus. You know. Now it's up to two whether they can meet the other requirements and that's a decision that of Angela Merkel's pay grade and nobody else. While you mentioned the Premier League Joel Sings very much. Yeah.
"salomon kalou" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Something sort of admirable amazing medical achievements back to the virus I'm afraid now we were hearing at the top of the program about the violent demonstrators in Lebanon protesting against a lockdown of the lack of government help what kind of news will surely strike fear into any government hoping that that population will comply politely with the virus rules social distance in staying at home washing hands repeatedly they're all very well if you have running water space at home and a job that you can take time off from in many informal settlements with informal jobs as a pretty stark choice of which people are forced into money versus risk and as the restrictions coming in as a curfew as well to deal with I'm talking about Kenya at the schools a shot the BBC's David Wafula has been hearing about life in a slum in Nairobi thousands of people living in the slums hit in it'll be out already betting the brunt of going on a let us it is if many of them jobless and providing for their families has become an everyday struggle it is a good day for love and a daughter she's just given a food package bad could somebody tell these men should be able to feed her family or five for the next three or four days seasoning yeah I can see the food is enough but thankfully because sometimes you leave the baby at home you go and queue for food and you lose some the next day you try again when you get one pocket to flat there is not much you can do for a household of five people it's a challenge especially for those breast feeding lake me bubble to the left for someone in these circumstances Melinda was cooking and sending donuts in a school but since the schools are closed she's lost her only source of income when I find it because you question welcome to surely I was working in the school when the pandemic happened we had to close the school I have a seven month old baby I was depending on my business at the school to take care of me baby I haven't had the means since yesterday I come to breast feed My Baby enough as it should be you need keep going until eight PM at the time as you the government saves you to soon start distributing food to the people in the slums until then when we shows are putting together a fourth thank god shot has been distributing food to hundreds of families who want to try and get food to people if there is a lock down which we don't know yet then people still have food for ten to twelve days if there is going to be a lock down then we are already stockpiling inside more employees would you be able to do the work to the government so that they can deliver it to critical area as well AS soon dear granddaddy according to Kenya's twenty nineteen cents as revenue is just one of the ten million people living in the slums I don't know what an initiative for the food that tastes good today I am very grateful I would be able to eat today tomorrow and the day after tomorrow before he gets back to challenges but for now my children we feed it to the top one hi David with a bit of a post content from an informal settlement in the capital of Kenya Nairobi this is Newsday from the BBC world service and it's got the headlines on Tuesday with Lawrence and try trying to is to hold its annual meeting of parliament next month it's in what's being seen as a sign that its leaders believe the current of ours outbreak is largely under control and he's a grim statistic could be nineteen is now killed more Americans than the Vietnam War times all the sports news and in my little running over here says Lawrence no bait that doesn't mean I'm not allowed to go to bed it means that there is no music bed underneath my feet which I have to know because otherwise I need to know how to talk around using C. let that means you're not allowed to judge so his machine with no sports no sports music but with some sports news well kind of yes a call from the news about Lawrence nothing I've been allowed to sleep for the rest of the week Cola talking recent days has been about how and when sport might restart to most people are still concentrating on completing for instance the current football seasons when the Dutch announced the ending of that campaign at the end of last week there was consternation wasn't bad but frost took a similar decision yesterday after the country's prime minister sent big sporting events could not take place until September we don't know how they are going to sort out promotion relegation and so on but the top two divisions in that country's football I'm not going to be completed and that is an approach which has won the backing of the senior doctor in world football Michelle to hunk is the chair of FIFA's medical committee he told the BBC no one should hurry back there are a lot of arguments to say that we should not yet played competitive football and don't forget that many public authority saying that there are three basic rules first of all frequent hand washing secondly social distancing and Dudley avoid group formation well if you play competitive football I think it is very difficult to avoid social distancing that is always a direct contact football is a contact sport brings together on the field players together in the dressing room they're still better additional work but also democratic thousands of people and of course you could say we will play we've closed doors but the experience and the boss earns me that there are always groups of fans going together even in secret locations and I don't think it's the moment to do that of course the situation is different from country to country the peak is not reached at the same moment on the same basis but I think that to date we are not ready for competitive football and of course your next question will be why and then and that is perhaps the most difficult question of all because we cannot see what will happen in the coming three weeks in the coming months so my proposal is avoided playing competitive football in the coming weeks and try to be prepared for the start of a good competition next season that's ahead of FIFA's medical committee Michelle Donahoe who well the league which is perhaps closest to you coming back is the Bundesliga in Germany where football bosses have said they could get going again as early as may the nights they're waiting for the go ahead from the politicians of course but that question they had it and we showed her how to can I teach how can you play a contact sport without contact or more likely actually whether you can make sure that that contact carries as little risk as possible is one that's also being considered by the players of course I Florian star Salomon Kalou plays for Bundesliga side had to abandon he told the baby say the players aren't clear on that are you gonna play against against up one and expect to win a big game big game one in your bed a great contact you again I mean football is the welcome back you got a great contact so that's why you're needing what the rules will be so again again so my color you're talking to her baby she spoke to Africa more from him on focus on Africa later here on the baby say and if you were listening to that program or indeed sport today last night you'd have heard Algeria's African Cup of nations when I'm playing Daddy or attending us that Cameron twenty twenty one the next nations Cup should be postponed or canceled because of the continuing pandemic at caffe remember brought the tournament forward to January February because the weather conditions in Cameroon at the time it was originally scheduled for June July but with qualification still a long way from being completed Guardiola reckons that's not likely to be possible meanwhile caps president how much has announced that country to speculation he's not formally put himself in the frame for second tenure as head of Africa's football governing body says for now he's focused on the pandemic crisis and will announce any new sim to Costa presidency elections will be in a year's time and European football's governing body UEFA is still hoping to get its competitions going and French club Paris St German leaders in the French league of course said that despite the government's announcement that there would be no major sporting September they would aim to take part in the European champions league however that's constituted traveling abroad to play if necessary incidently we don't yet know what the French government announcement means for the Toyota France which of course has denied it started until the end of August France's prime minister signed yesterday big sporting events would have to wait until September so there may yet be a further delay for the tool spoke today at eighteen thirty GMT if you think you know what to do I just want to add to a new feature that you remember and Lawrence we launched yesterday complementary corner we read out complimentary I found out from a few minutes if you if you just wanted to add to my grievance that about the world service being like a good mail but also wanted to particularly thank Matthew Kenyon for his updates I have literally never been the slightest bit interested in sport but something about the infuse the item with which she talks about it makes every bulletin sound like it's the Olympics well I just I just anyone's ever said about me on the thank you very much for doing this but it's very pointed my best friend a massive global fund died unexpectedly young recently I'd like to think he would approve that I finally found it in to the world of sports down to you my future my tester well that's what we're here for wonderful stuff mobile compliments on this number plus full full seven seven eight six twenty fifty fifty five or anything actually wants it I tell myself Lawrence all my feet now we're gonna take it sing twenty cents now the current of pandemic current virus pandemic rather is highlighting south Africa's stark inequalities more than two decades after the end of apartheid is according to the country's presidents are still running poser how bad is the situation that the moment and what is the pandemic throwing up let's talk to the lawn it is a journalist with the daily voice newspaper in a township cold K. Lisa we spoke to him at the start of the crisis he joins us again now we've had this this comment from storm approaches on freedom day that is the J. oversee a public holiday marking the first democratic elections since nineteen ninety four when they first came in he says it's underscoring the lasting disparities between south Africa's rich and poor what are we seeing thank you for having me and there's a line which I live where you live yeah I'm just saying that speaks about the weather how we fought for freedom and says bye bye to you and you know quite to continue to stock on a one day and just the compass is off once they're still largely determines whether how we leave what we study where we went back and where we are careful when west that is that the only two off South Africa and the consequences of corporate account I yet it's a mind but one thing we can be fairly certain about is installed okay got its impact will be shaped by the country's inequality yeah and it's something that you love you backed up mileage bishop Desmond Tutu uses the virus is done the country a costly favor by exposing unsustainable foundations on which its bills and they must be urgently fake presumably that puts it straight from the door of civil ramaposa I'm only seeing the township's them because it is a tale of two countries isn't it if you've got money and you can self isolate fine but you know this extreme poverty that where it's impossible to do that and that's why we we in South Africa and trying to say that something is a land of have and have nots in the township well I am from where I live in from hand to mouth and during the slow times what it is because you have seen people breaking the deadlock on regulations because they have two choices are we going to sit at home and it's hard to keep us all alive and go out and risk getting infected so you know both because he's going to come from the country and that's what people have been doing have been losing their lives going out there trying to make a living it's difficult do you think the president has all five is not did you ever watch and that's a difficult to stop look listen right now over to you inequality it's because you're out of luck struck again at the moment and discovered nineteen is a trial supposing that deadlock mall which is next month the first part thank you for the update Lonnie loaded that journalist with the daily voice newspaper in that case he Lisa township in South Africa if your old don't expose yourself that's one of the rules of the pandemic at the moment Christine Chennai is taking the chance of the virus however he's ninety eight he's neighborhood doctor in Paris has been since nineteen fifty one.
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"It easy to play with only thing I needed to organize them. A little bit shouts once in a while although that he needed to track back show appreciation that fever when he was twenty twenty one. Yes and no no. I mean I needed to do that. That's also if you need to command the back for have a talented guy. Rio Ferdinand later on each game and then we had a golden triangle. The stereotype we use when talking about goalkeepers is that they're all crazy we used to. I love watching for J. in the tunnel before games just screaming you had they different mental temperament. The Dutch nickname. You ice nine. We almost like whatever I know. Almost dice Rabbe. They'll move ice rabbit. Cool collective not really breaking a sweat and not really shouting defenders. There's just making sure that I set the right words. I coached some left right men on nefer game. We're KUWATA in the emotion of the game. You comb on the outside and you see mild mannered but I love this about you about the competitive fire. That really boom within UTAH. Unusually strong hand. He used to try this true to intimidate opponents by crushing shing. Their thumbs in the pre-match won't play at wins way of getting into our heads by crushing S. A. Silvester Stallone Lincoln Hawk walk as the top level. Dark Arts move with. Is it true or you need to gain advantage somewhere so make sure whatever you really put your hands and make sure you're on there you. Donald trump don't impartial stole my handshake. I think though because for me I found the saw a thumb crusher USO. John Manchester United from November. Eight th two thousand eight until March fourth two thousand nine. You went one thousand three hundred eleven minutes in total at almost twenty two hours without without conceding a goal for about twenty one and a half of those hours I was urging that ball and Manchester United a lot. A lot of people would you weren't three straight league titles and in one glorious night in Moscow two thousand and eight. You were the hair of Manchester United's Champions Victory Against Mighty Chelsea. The game went to a penalty shootout. The Netherlands had exited urine ninety-six. You're a two thousand and the World Cup of one thousand nine hundred eighty on penalties. We've you and go. Would you say it was considered you one great weakness the penalty shootout initially my career of the penalties. Were not my strongest point. So you're gonna see even at an older age you can learn. You can and develop yourself. I could not lose another final on penalties. It was radi late. It was wet of a sleepy. Also luckily we're referring. A Course that infamous slip by John. Terry who had a chance to win it. All for Chelsea with the fifth kick yet hate to see it but he slipped and hit post sending the shootout into sudden death you know he did Zanthosyn and Chelsea Salomon Kalou then each made their kicks. At which point you realize that Chelsea players rule shooting to your left and off the Ryan Giggs may seventh kick. You let Chelsea seventh shooter. Nicolas Anelka no I unio where he was going. I pointed a little bit and I wanted to go. I don't know where you're going is hard. Headed he's stubborn. Want to do it his way I think a forced him to play to the other side and went to your right the opposite. So you'd pointed tape. You always seem to smile while the ball was in the air I saw the ball coming dish on. There's not going to be in the side and that this one is the ideal heights it hit my face. The ball went away. I landed and those three four seconds on top of the world. Your guy everything being draws around you and you see the guys coming from the Front ed or stand guys. It's the greatest feeling essay. McHugh scored a winner in the last minute as a goalkeeping. You never can really win the game. mm-hmm of course you can make sense but this was my opportunity to be in the limelight. And I'm not a guy who looks for attention or that's on the back and everything but to be there and save the bowl and win the champions. He's leaked again thirteen or fourteen years. After my first one that was my mango and drive to prolong my career and play those games and win his Edwin. You peaked at an older age agent. Anyone imagined what lesson did you unorthodox trajectory teach you about life and never give up believing yourself believe in family and France and the group. That's around you and of course question. You have lucky life. Also that somebody comes up with heavy look at that goalkeeper or that position Oh deb layer so I think all of that game together and tremendous six years to finish my career uh-huh and when you broke into the game you thin wiry character. The opposite of Moscow keep has numerous burly. brutes stayed on their line. Love love to punch things whether it was a ball and attacker their own defender. But you redefine that position. You became one of the world's first sweeper keepers. How would you describe your style? Dial to someone that never saw your place magnificent style I actually dominate possession. Fresh high up on the pitch and you need to go keep it also adjust with your back line. You should be on the strings on fifteen or twenty meters and from there on I move defense so was the Imax Philosophy L. legendary philosophy dreamed up by late sixties icon Johann krief and Rina's leanest musicals. They conjured the notion of total football. In which every play a contributed to their Max philosophy of keeping possession. All the things with Guardiola rush loan are famous for. I think started your growth and I actually. We've got you had to be mentally sharp and able to play with your hands but with your feet audits. It gets too boring if you only use your hands so sounds a bit strange everything but to work with the players and collect the ball and the right inside and the final gap up and lays on the left inside little over striker and also being outside of your eighteen yard books intercepting the ball just before our lifestyle my ninety minutes of being a goalkeeper in. I mean you became judged positionally you're distribution and it was a game changer. You and the Great Deejay booth phone were positional revolutionaries. I Love Marcello Lippi. The Great Italian coach. Describe both of your star when he wants admitted boof on was his fantastic star playmaker because his passing was so good. I mean you really changed. The way manages saw goalkeepers not that every ball that I played in my life was to the right color. The value that goalkeeper can bring the defense can bring playing out from the Beckoned Development Blaine style. That's the key for successful teams that you see in the last couple of years. It feels like we're living in a golden age of goalkeepers the hair current incumbent of your gloves at Manchester United. He's amazing with his feet like an NHL goalie my styles also over needed your hands. You can also use whatever possible. Keep the goal out times. He does seem to switch off. I think the first six years Elvis careered united. He became player of the year five times so the show the quality or maybe also the lack of quality in the starting starting eleven that the United Schlecht show many times player of the year is a fantastic goalkeeping struggled last year. And hopefully you can find feet again. Nice word finding feed again at Listen Manchester City just a few more neck tattoos and you have back in the. Yeah that's one or two too. Many there's distribution is unbelievable. How far hits a ball? How accurate not available? The quality of the Absolute Joe is artistry. Yeah that's developed. Okay I needed to really focus. And everything just seems without any effort. He put some ninety yards away. Alison that Liverpool proof that goalkeeper can legitimately be the peace that puts a team over. The top is a big rock into defense. I don't think he's a shelter. Also this it gets on with the job. It's safe and knows she other guy he's doing. His best manage called upon he was their best goalkeeper in the world. Right now I like Oh blocker lady. Madrid's doesn't doesn't the biggest club that makes important to save always organized. He said the LALITA Jordan. PICKFORD breakthroughs retired in two thousand eleven. But that was only only really the halfway point of your career. You're now the CEO of the club that brought you through into football returning like salmon swimming upstream to breed. I I xe a club. Unlike any other in the world they don't look at youth development is just a strategy they've gotten unparalleled tradition in pipeline elite. Talent it's more than the business plan as long as the core value that the club stunned for DNA developing players Young Marco from Buster Frank Rijkaard Artistry Flank Credible hackers and. I actually Amsterdam to be creative. Need to be brave. You need to be dominant. That's what's the youth players are getting also in the DNA especially shelf. Be Confident Blade. Bowl went through. That need to be creative. Come from we all with level. Football is to be created but the thing about to them and football that just avant-garde awed visionary understanding of space and time that doesn't exist anywhere come from before sixteen seventeen hundreds of an inning company. Hold onto small country so if you want onto something we needed to get it. I need to go out. So we may trait over the whole world. Even New York Ed New Amsterdam Your Academy known as to compost the future that's bowl claiming they deliver it puts young players into a competitive coldren from the age of a designed to separate the truly elite future internationals from the merely gifted gift if you're an Imax dream of playing in the grab arena few can but those few have ability equality and the way to play a foodball. That's what we're famous for. That's what we are being to the world. The development of young players not afraid to shine on the high stage twenty ages of Seven and twelve twelve year academy emphasizes. I love this multi. Sports skills like running gymnastics. Judo said the future footballer has true dynamic athletic ability not it's not just one spore all the towing football can be one dimensional. Look to other sports. What can you learn? How can you adjust and how you make even our training programs much better then the past? Listen and learn young Americans I read by Kasame investor. Felt I act head of youth. Recruitment he said we use our academy team more or last not to win games or trophies but to try and develop as many individual play as possible. I love this. You're trying to build individuals. You can win very few. I often the thing here in America with two obsessed too quickly over teams that win. There's two very different things. Actually only team that needs to win must winners the first team. All the is not important doesn't for the Youth Development. It's fun getting better learning to play two or three games in a week because I need to play Champions League leak a national uh-huh. Luckily we don't have that anymore. There the secret strength I X has primarily teams. Is You give your young young players. First team experience primarily teams send dozens out on leaving to ease the man. I asked the free to throw young kids into the defend. That's our philosophy and we need to do difference if we're going to do all the things similar. S United as Real Madrid's as event us. They have much more money so we need to do differently. You Watch your your players thrive and then you sell them on for a Fortune Ironic. Keep them but yeah. They're so good all the on them daffy class into evison homegrown grens stars like Frankie Diong went to Barcelona eighty five point. Five million dollars. Matisse left went to Venter's for an eye-popping Ninety. He's seven point five million dollars one motions honestly. Do you fail when you've sold one of these kids sadness at the world class talent lost or pure joy at the mounds of cash. Place if you asked me would you rather have the money or metaxas listening on the year. Give them a dyson on a year but we are proud through developed a player when Franken go here. It's in your hands now and develop unfair to bring him further on and spread the word about I gave we have to create room. I'm to give the path to the next one. You said if play a stay too long the next one cannot play and the whole thing chokes. You mind immediately goes to the next player coming through now this opportunity to other players. It's a constant renewal of positions of talent or developments aiming the future of the club. We need succession planning to making sure that those players are behind charter. And everybody has an example. If you being right becky. You're aiming at the position on the thirteenth. But the guy behind you and the and the Levins is aiming aiming for your purchases and show. Everybody is striving shutter pushing through and knocking on the door for the head coach to get a chance in the first team. If you shift gate team too much to buy blind and short pipe understood understood full then players are leaving clubs and then you lose. Whatever the connection with the development of the players told them funds who are listening to this? I know what he's talking about. We're here in America. America a nation of three hundred and thirty million people we dream about. JUICING will cross football. We really haven't done so yet. How would you view our inability not from the outside? What are we missing? You probably need to go deep dive in. I think America has too many big sports for boys. Increasing is developing is going to take a little bit more time..