11 Burst results for "World Cup Qatar"

"world cup qatar" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

06:56 min | 1 d ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

"For episode a 176. I think I'm going to walk out the door now. Oh, don't go anywhere yet, Jason. Explain what KLM is doing for the World Cup. I don't said that we're going to do yesterday. Given they're trying to rearrange the World Cup schedule. But KLM filed an interesting flight schedule. And this is one of those things where we're hoping someone either from KLM from Dubai world central from Doha airport or anybody who has any ideas listening. And can email us at podcasts at FR two four dot com and say, you know what? Here's why it's happening. Jason, please explain. So KLM does not currently fight to Doha, Doha is the host city country thing for the FIFA World Cup this year. Just before that, they're proposing bumping it up by a day, but that's an entirely different conversation for an entirely different podcast. But KLM announced that they were going to fly to Doha. For the World Cup. Great. That's a great idea. Add capacity for an airline, a worldwide connecting airline to Doha, that's a good idea. But what's interesting is what happens after KLM goes to Doha. No, they do not simply return to Amsterdam. They continue on to Dubai in the middle of the night. It's like midnight departure. I think even related two 55 a.m. departure, they go to Dubai, but they don't go to Dubai international, like dxb, like the airport, everyone knows, and is probably been to. They're flying to DW C the other airport that was supposed to replace DXP that currently hosts zero passenger flights per day. I know we had a back and forth on this earlier just because I called it a little used airport and you took exception to that and I did the math and it turns out there are indeed zero passenger airlines operating to DW C right now. A number of them will wrap up for the World Cup Qatar so I do buy specifically and I think condor at some point later in the year we'll start flying as well. But after they land at TWC, they turn around and depart at four 45 a.m. back to Amsterdam and no one can really figure out why they haven't said why they're doing this. There's some ideas of maybe the fuel is cheaper in Dubai or maybe their crew can't get hotel rooms in Doha because of the World Cup and there isn't exactly a ton of hotel stock to spare. In a city that size during the World Cup. So maybe they're just shuttling over to DW C just our Al maktoum dwc to get hotel rooms for their crew. We don't really know why, but it's odd to see a triangle route like this. Especially one that doesn't there's not really passenger demand coming out of Dubai world central. There's not no, the demand is zero, no airline has been able to make it work. I'm sure they're doing it for a very simple specific reason. We just don't know what it is. So if you know what it is, you're listening to the podcast and go, oh, oh, oh, I know. Please email us. All week. All week is ready. It's got no sleep. I gots to know, and we haven't heard back from KLM. A couple things to close out the podcast. One, it was an incident I had heard about until the NTSB report came out this week. On the 1st of July, a Southwest Airlines 737 700 was flying from Oakland to Santa Ana, John Wayne airport, and the aircraft landed so hard it broke the flight attendant in the rear of the aircraft's back. That's not supposed to happen. Wow. And that is not supposed to happen. Quoting from the NTSB report, paramedics evaluated her and transported her to a local hospital, where she was later diagnosed with a compression fracture to her T three vertebra. This was the flight attendant sitting in the aft jump seat and she says that the plane hit the ground with such force she thought the plane had crashed. Wow. Yeah, not great. The aircraft, however, did indeed have a hard landing. The NTSB report goes on to list some of the factors they did not travel to the site of the incident. However, how long did the plane stay on the ground? Well, it's southwest, so 37 minutes. It appears they did at least a bit of inspecting of the aircraft because it was supposed to depart at 5 45 local time, p.m. local time. It departed at 6 55 local time p.m.. So they took about an hour delay to make sure that they hadn't smashed the plane to pieces, I guess. But kind of a crazy story, given the fact that there was no apparently no damage to the aircraft. But the aircraft hit hard enough to have the flight attendants suffer a compression fracture. So just a strange set of events. That reminds me of something you said, how long would this aircraft be in the ground? And remember a few weeks ago, maybe months ago when we talked about the United aircraft that Pittsburgh that had to have yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. CVR and FDR removed, but they took no delay at all. And we pondered. How does that work? And we asked our friend Sean Payne, we spoke to him on the podcast. We reached out to him and he replied to us an email. And I have that email up. I will summarize here. But to answer your question, this can vary quite a bit by aircraft as all things do. Let's assume you have an error craft with the traditional CVR and FDR in the tail section. Where it is exactly on the aircraft varies, but what's common is that the recorders are sitting on an electronics tray in the tail of the aircraft behind some sort of maintenance panel. The tray has a quick release system that makes pulling the recorders very fast. Some call it simply an avionics rack or shock tray, hurt a lot of things, but the tray has a set of dual female plugs with female pins that the recorder has inset mail pins. You unscrew two screws holding the corner in the rack and simply slide the recorder out. The chassis rack ensures that the pins are lined up correctly when you slide a new recorder in. Really the biggest part, not I'm not reading word for word here at this point. The only thing that takes time is making sure that the airline actually has a new recorder to slot into position back on that aircraft, otherwise you have to ground that aircraft until you get one. So yeah, there you go, right from Sean Payne. Basically, it's opened the door, remove a couple screws slide the thing out, slot a new one in and you're good to go. Yeah, so a simple procedure

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"world cup qatar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:51 min | 4 months ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Group for the United States at the World Cup Qatar. Iran and Ecuador and herk says it would be co favorites will put it. Or to win that group with Qatar. All right. Now let me do my ideal. Go ahead. Group from Mexico. All right, so obviously you would pick Qatar, right? But I had to do something different. So I'm going to, of everybody else, I was trying to think of the big boys. I saw a pot one I took England. Out of part three I took South Korea. And out of pot for I took Saudi Arabia. Okay, let's start with England. I feel like it's just a little bit overrated, brah. I just feel like they're a little bit overrated. Here's what I'm going to here's what I say that. I feel like at the World Cup in 2018, which is like a lot of what we think of when we think of this car in England. They benefited a lot from the side of the bracket they were on, right? I feel like if they'd been on the other side of the bracket, they're not semifinalists. And we're singing a very different story about England. Similarly, I feel like at the Euros. You know, they get to the final because of the side of the bracket that they're on and because frankly, the entire European Championships for them was a home tournament. So I feel like they're a little over valued. In that pot one, and if there was ever a country hurt, ever a country that could disappoint their fan base more than Mexico, it would be England. So England's my part one team. South Korea is my part three team. Not because I don't respect South Korea, but because more than respect South Korea respect history, okay? 1998, Mexico beat South Korea in the group phase of the World Cup 20 years later, 2018 you and I were in the stadium in Russia. When Mexico beats South Korea. So if you're going to take a team from part three, I like South Korea. Okay. Now, part four, look, there's some teams we don't even know yet. Who could slide in here, right? The teams that we do know, I want Saudi Arabia..

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"world cup qatar" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

07:08 min | 7 months ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Can we get our first toast? Yeah, when you say 22. When you say Premier League hub, it sounds like we're on some kind of porn site. But I will move on. Very poor one. Having introduced the concept of my dean early in this conversation. I've been waiting for this, let me have a little sip. And what a raise that's good. My third. Is that a sipping bottle? First but the day sheep seep to the fact that 2022 is a World Cup year inject clapping applause sound effect. That's the great news. And you know, we are people for whom the World Cup every four years has been the spine of our lives, but the bad news, this is a surreal World Cup Qatar. A World Cup soaked in blood World Cup. So nonsensical, so corrupt. That the football calendar has had to be upended in November to make it happen in the first place. This will cup is really it's the I drink your milkshake I drink it up of World Cup so I raise a glass to players teams fans spending this time the next 11 months working out how to make a stand how to make a difference proactively. You know, we look at marvel that how Marcus Rashford has spoken out for child poverty, how raz has made this rethink the issue of racism in the game. You know, the world's footballers. Must now work out how to speak out on the human rights issue of migrant workers globally. Honestly, FIFA should never have put us all in this position, but we love football. They just love money and are made piles of it piles of it for this craving decision to let us commit to not normalizing it, David. On to the Premier League, but before we get to it, we should note that this year's festive fixtures did look a little bit different because of all the real life playing out around it COVID and the omnicron variant forced the cancellation of 18 Premier League games in the span of just three weeks and those that did play were missing some key characters. Yeah, we talked about this in depth in the last podcast, but we do need to know it again because it did ravaged the holiday period, managers are out Stevie Gerald, Vieira, Arteta, even Jürgen Klopp miss games, teams have had makeshift backlines, formations and like COVID Britain. The football over the holiday period was often a case of anything goes, Jordan Henderson was probably the most articulate and vocal about how these thin thin squads were forced to play twice in two days and boxing day and three times in a week between Christmas and new year pep actually mused about the notion of a strike by the players because of the mountain range Burnley. Had been left with like four games in hand, my favorite moment undoubtedly went Stevie G. Conjured possibly the most managerial cliche of all time when he said, I just hope that some of the tests the COVID test quote go away. Been a big picture. Take away from a lot of the usual stunning and transfer of Christmas football for you because I've got to say Everton barely played and it was a guilty pleasure for me not. Yeah, no, you've never been happier than when your team aren't playing. You love a game in hand rods because there's only possibility when you have a game in hand. It's like the way that Everton fans love corners and games in hand. I love the third misery in the face. You know, there were moments of just farcical lineups, thin squads just teams who had not played for 19 days, 20 days taking a field against teams who played three times in 5 minutes. Did that chaos do we just forget that chaos and just move on or does it mark the season? I mean look it's definitely it doesn't put an asterisk on the season, but it's definitely affected a lot of teams and it did affect some teams more than others, you know, my Chelsea, I think were heavily affected by it. And yet, I really have no. You know, it's tough for me to know how much the managers are really coming out there and speaking publicly because they really believe what they're saying. Or if they're just playing to the media or playing to their hardcore fan base, trying to defend themselves in case results don't go their way. These teams and certainly the elite team. So any whining from the man cities that Chelsea's deliver polls, you know, the man united, even the arsenals, like all of these Tottenham's, these are incredibly wealthy teams with dozens and dozens of players on their books who aren't even getting near the first team, but are training around the first team the whole time reserve team players, youth academy players, thousands of players out on loan. And these teams can figure out a way to fill the side. Yes, it affects, as always, just like with everything else in economics, it affects the people at the less money it affects the Burnley's more, but actually the system kind of worked because it tended to help those teams that have less players on their books. You know, they got to play. Less games. So ultimately, the Premier League had to go on. There's nowhere you've already talked about it to World Cup year. We've got to squeeze so many fixtures into this calendar year. You know, they couldn't just suspend the entire league, I'm glad that football went on. I'm glad for the entire economic pyramid of football that it went on. And, you know, we got to see some thrilling games. With one of the bouts of the season, or at least half of it, Chelsea too Liverpool too. A game of football that was like a pack of Mentos rods dropped into a two liter bottle of Coke even. With Jürgen Klopp out with COVID Liverpool shut out to an early two nil lead via two up and comets named Sadio Mané and most Salah. You heard of them? But despite Tommy Tuchel, leaving Inter Milan's Romelu Lukaku out of the side a little bit more of that story. His team was able to mount a comebacks use the pump first, a 42nd minute Matteo Kovacic full sense step back back of the back back blast into the top bins and then in first half injury time. A well taken Christian Pulisic strike drew Chelsea level, the second half saw the game's resting heart rate recede and eventually ended as a victory for fans of full throated football, a draw for both teams, but ultimately a loss to man city for the title race. Chelsea began this holiday period with an inexplicable slump of Arizona Cardinals proportion, a team who remember looked like a machine, we admire themselves with a start this season could suddenly barely win a game bar a brief Lukaku Nissan's where he returned for the first time since October to flatten Aston Villa and spark a flicker of hope only for a and we have to talk about it remarkable and authorized as everyone at the club made.

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"world cup qatar" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

05:06 min | 9 months ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Tonight, from billings, Montana. The U.S. and Mexico. I don't have a ton more to say about this game. I mean, if I wanted to sit here and find negatives, maybe I could, but I don't really have them. I know you. It's funny you had mentioned walker Zimmerman earlier and being pulled out of position. Largely, I actually thought that he was in the second half. He made some huge plays for the U.S. to kind of cut down Mexican chances. He was, I thought, at least certainly in the second half, I get what you're saying about early on him maybe being problematic and trying to keep that press intact. But in the second half, I thought he was a rock for them. It wasn't so much keeping the press intact Andrew. It was like following him and his when he went him and has dropped off. So you expect maybe an aerial combat with their number 9 him and his, but that's not really what happened. He was dropping into the middle and Zimmerman was following him and you saw in the chances you're like, where did this gap come from? That Mexico are now running through. And that was Zimmerman just coming out after him and so once he stopped doing that, I thought he had next link game. And in terms of one V one defending, turns to some of the blocks he made. He was superb. I'm not criticizing. I largely I like that center back pairing. That worked that works for me. Miles Robinson walker's in. Like, I'm good moving forward with that. I think based on last night's evidence, that is something that works very, very well. I like mine's Robinson anyway. I think he's I think his ability to cover ground reads the game very well and he's comfortable on the ball and those are things you need as a modern center back. I think he's got very good. That lineup last night for the U.S.. Stefan included, he didn't have a ton of opportunities to leave his imprint on the game. But when he was called upon, he did everything asked him. He had he had a great game. If everyone is healthy, how many things are different? If this is game one World Cup Qatar, how different would that line up be? Is it only best yet one? Is everything else? Is that pretty? No. Don't forget the starting lineup doesn't have purely again. So yes, you're right. And the other one I'm wondering about, I guess right now, yes, pure psych obviously would start. But like Gio raina is going to have to re earn that spot back in I don't think he starts in this current setup as we sit here and now and that is not a reflection on him as a footballer. He knows speaks to the quality of this team. Look, you can't, there's only 11 spots, right? So I think I honestly my gut tells me that. That Greg bear holder wants to stick with Stefan and gold. I know he says there's very little between him and Matt Turner. I think he wants to stick with Stefan and gold. The fact that he went back to him after Turner did literally nothing wrong in his run of games, suggests plenty about that. Deandre yedlin then for dest is the other one. That midfield axis of Musa, Adams and mckenney that triumvirate rather, that doesn't change for me. Agreed. That doesn't change. The desk the edlin one is interesting. Yeah, searching your desk has done a good job. He's played really well for this team, especially an attack, plays in a good ball. He's a threat. And the thought of him and waya possibly on the same side is if they're both playing the way that they're capable of playing the speed on the right. They're going to recap it. But Deandre edlin, he was called upon last night, and he was excellent. I thought as well. Got beat once that I remember in the second half, but nothing came of it. He's got great, didn't get a yellow card. They were worried about remember they had married clapboard him in Latin America was asked, you think the next time he folds, he would get a yellow. Well, he didn't. He was solid. And if anything, I think he grew into the game. So these are the signs of growth within this team in that the next man up mentality. It's not just, you know, those aren't just three words. Like they actually mean something for the U.S. now because they have this depth. They can have a true next man up mentality because the next guy who's ready to go and fill in a spot is almost of the quality of the players starting above him. And I don't think we've had our concerns, but we advise defensive abilities in the past. But I think since he's been at Rafa Rafa, Newcastle, and then afterwards, obviously, moving on to Galatasaray. I think he's I think he's a solid solid defender. And I wouldn't be concerned about him there. I think the front three is your question, Mark, no. I think peppy stays because he likes him as that center that's central striker. Not because he's not really a center forward and conventional sense. And then purely coming in, how does that upset the ironson where either side where right now is done enough Andrew just from last night showing a lawn to be a starter? I agree. That is, I mean, you know, I work for two way I mean, he went down as an own goal, but he pretty much did everything to create the goal in the previous World Cup qualifier for the U.S.. So he's he's been very good. And last night was the cherry on top performance for a good run for him. I don't like the idea of dropping Brendan aronson when he gives you so much energy and so much running. But.

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"world cup qatar" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

05:06 min | 9 months ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Tonight, from billings, Montana. The U.S. and Mexico. I don't have a ton more to say about this game. I mean, if I wanted to sit here and find negatives, maybe I could, but I don't really have them. I know you. It's funny you had mentioned walker Zimmerman earlier and being pulled out of position. Largely, I actually thought that he was in the second half. He made some huge plays for the U.S. to kind of cut down Mexican chances. He was, I thought, at least certainly in the second half, I get what you're saying about early on him maybe being problematic and trying to keep that press intact. But in the second half, I thought he was a rock for them. It wasn't so much keeping the press intact Andrew. It was like following him and his when he went him and has dropped off. So you expect maybe an aerial combat with their number 9 him and his, but that's not really what happened. He was dropping into the middle and Zimmerman was following him and you saw in the chances you're like, where did this gap come from? That Mexico are now running through. And that was Zimmerman just coming out after him and so once he stopped doing that, I thought he had next link game. And in terms of one V one defending, turns to some of the blocks he made. He was superb. I'm not criticizing. I largely I like that center back pairing. That worked that works for me. Miles Robinson walker's in. Like, I'm good moving forward with that. I think based on last night's evidence, that is something that works very, very well. I like mine's Robinson anyway. I think he's I think his ability to cover ground reads the game very well and he's comfortable on the ball and those are things you need as a modern center back. I think he's got very good. That lineup last night for the U.S.. Stefan included, he didn't have a ton of opportunities to leave his imprint on the game. But when he was called upon, he did everything asked him. He had he had a great game. If everyone is healthy, how many things are different? If this is game one World Cup Qatar, how different would that line up be? Is it only best yet one? Is everything else? Is that pretty? No. Don't forget the starting lineup doesn't have purely again. So yes, you're right. And the other one I'm wondering about, I guess right now, yes, pure psych obviously would start. But like Gio raina is going to have to re earn that spot back in I don't think he starts in this current setup as we sit here and now and that is not a reflection on him as a footballer. He knows speaks to the quality of this team. Look, you can't, there's only 11 spots, right? So I think I honestly my gut tells me that. That Greg bear holder wants to stick with Stefan and gold. I know he says there's very little between him and Matt Turner. I think he wants to stick with Stefan and gold. The fact that he went back to him after Turner did literally nothing wrong in his run of games, suggests plenty about that. Deandre yedlin then for dest is the other one. That midfield axis of Musa, Adams and mckenney that triumvirate rather, that doesn't change for me. Agreed. That doesn't change. The desk the edlin one is interesting. Yeah, searching your desk has done a good job. He's played really well for this team, especially an attack, plays in a good ball. He's a threat. And the thought of him and waya possibly on the same side is if they're both playing the way that they're capable of playing the speed on the right. They're going to recap it. But Deandre edlin, he was called upon last night, and he was excellent. I thought as well. Got beat once that I remember in the second half, but nothing came of it. He's got great, didn't get a yellow card. They were worried about remember they had married clapboard him in Latin America was asked, you think the next time he folds, he would get a yellow. Well, he didn't. He was solid. And if anything, I think he grew into the game. So these are the signs of growth within this team in that the next man up mentality. It's not just, you know, those aren't just three words. Like they actually mean something for the U.S. now because they have this depth. They can have a true next man up mentality because the next guy who's ready to go and fill in a spot is almost of the quality of the players starting above him. And I don't think we've had our concerns, but we advise defensive abilities in the past. But I think since he's been at Rafa Rafa, Newcastle, and then afterwards, obviously, moving on to Galatasaray. I think he's I think he's a solid solid defender. And I wouldn't be concerned about him there. I think the front three is your question, Mark, no. I think peppy stays because he likes him as that center that's central striker. Not because he's not really a center forward and conventional sense. And then purely coming in, how does that upset the ironson where either side where right now is done enough Andrew just from last night showing a lawn to be a starter? I agree. That is, I mean, you know, I work for two way I mean, he went down as an own goal, but he pretty much did everything to create the goal in the previous World Cup qualifier for the U.S.. So he's he's been very good. And last night was the cherry on top performance for a good run for him. I don't like the idea of dropping Brendan aronson when he gives you so much energy and so much running. But.

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"world cup qatar" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Again. Those structures threatened in that fire. Fire crews, meantime, still working on the clever job fire that's in the Ramona area claims first spotted late Sunday afternoon off highway 78 south of clever trails. Fire was last reported at 50 Acres at at least 20% contained The Supreme Court today has ruled in favor of education related benefits for student athletes in colleges and universities. The high court said the N C double a violated antitrust laws would have set limits on the amount that students could receive. Such things as laptops, musical instruments, lab equipment or paid internships. The Supreme Court ruling, though, does not address the controversial issue of whether student athletes can be paid. Meantime, some fans will now be allowed in the stands when the summer Olympic Games begin next month in Tokyo. Some local fans will be allowed to attend competitions when the summer Olympics get underway next month in Tokyo, the organizing committee and the IOC set a limit of 50% capacity or up to 10,000 fans inside Olympic venues all limited because of Covid. Just last week, Japan's top medical advisor recommended no fans be allowed. Fans in the stands must wear masks and they won't be able to cheer during those competitions. I'm Rory O Neill. Also this story only fans who are fully vaccinated against Covid 19 will be allowed to attend next year's World Cup. Qatar will host the tournament and the prime minister of that nation, says the Gulf Arab state is in talks to secure one million doses of vaccine. In case global vaccinations lag Qatar will host the four way tournament in November. 2022, soccer's world governing body says the matches will be played in full stadiums. Well, it was a dramatic finish at Torrey Pines Sunday afternoon and the US Open winner Torrey Pines has a great history in San Diego. Another one is happens. 72nd hole this time belong, Hmm..

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"world cup qatar" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"2 inches of rain on far eastern North Carolina this morning, raising the risk of flash flooding. However, the storm is moving into open waters. The borders with Mexico and Canada will remain closed at least through July. 21st. A couple of hours. However, Canada is reportedly expected to launch away for some people to cross using an APP, which records people's vaccination status. At 903. The cancellation of hundreds of flights by American Airlines is partially blamed now on a staffing crunch as a record number of travelers return to the sky airline blaming significant staffing shortages and maintenance issues. American says it will continue to cancel at least 50 to 60 flights a day for the rest of June and 50 to 80 flights per day in July, and the T S a says it's struggling to keep up with demand to It's a B CS Megan Television reporting and some 600 passengers are sailing on a test crews as the industry works toward a restart Royal Caribbean's freedom of the Seas as one of the largest cruise ships on the planet, But it's sailing with just 600 passengers on a two day test cruise. The people who set sail from Miami Sunday night are volunteers. Many employees of that cruise company. The ship's departure came just days after a federal judge ruled the CDC exceeded its authority and essentially shutting down the cruise industry during the pandemic. Cruise companies expect to ramp up their operations throughout the summer. I'm Rory O Neill coming up now on 904 today being the first full day of summer travel. And it's likely to carry a full load of challenges. Travel experts say. Americans who are planning to book a summer getaway, better book, something now room rates are high because of demand by millions who are ready to get out on the road. Now that covid cases are dropping Prices dipped last summer when most folks were stuck at home. But the experts are warning that demand and prices are back to 2019 levels or even higher. 905 alarm clocks have started ringing this morning for thousands of Broward students as they are six weeks summer school program called Get Back, Get Ready, Reconnect. Kicks off. The program is being held at 95 of the district's 240 schools, and it's open to all kindergarten through 12th grade students. Our goal is to help the kids with the Covic slide. School board chair, Dr Rosalind Osgood says. More than 40% of black students in grades six through 12 received one or more failing grades in the third quarter. That's up from 26%. A year ago, the percentage of Hispanic students failing at least one class jumped to 36% and white students getting at least one f jumped to 25%. Since his last day on the job is August 10th as he fights to leave a felony perjury charge. His interim replacement is not been named yet. Wendy Grossman, NewsRadio 6 10 W i, o D 905. Now shoppers are letting their fingers do the action today for Amazon Prime Day, meaning more packages than usual will be delivered. The detective Patrick al here, says Beware of porch pirates neighbor pick it up, right. Someone you trust. Let them know that the the package is going to be delivered and have him pick it up. He says that they usually see an increase in theft reports this time of the year. 905 and only fans who are fully vaccinate against Covid will be allowed to attend next year's World Cup. Qatar is actually hosting the tournament and the prime minister says the Gulf Arab state is in talks to secure one million doses of vaccine in case global vaccination start lagging guitars hosting the four week tournament in November, 2022 soccer's world governing body, FIFA says Matches will be played in full stadiums and Japan's giving the green light for 10,000 domestic fans at next month's Tokyo Games. That's the maximum allowed at each Olympic event. The games were postponed last year because of the pandemic. But health experts have concerns as a country is still struggling with Covid cases there. The inaugural Juneteenth Federal holiday was Saturday. But Miami Dade County's observing it today. So county offices and libraries are closed and public transportation garbage pickup that continues as scheduled. Mornings at 9 30. It's 906. I'm Natalie Rodriguez. Jimmy back to you. All right. Thanks very much, Um, coming up. There's a study out the test about half of Americans. And everything will be able to de stress after the pandemic. What's wrong with us? We'll talk to fame psychiatrist about this coming up at, uh 9 11 traffic at 9 10 in Israel's 6 10. W i. O D. Puffs. We've always taken pride in protecting noses. Bless you. And this month, we want to help everyone take pride and well, protecting pride because even though celebrations might be a little.

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"world cup qatar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"They might be out on the town. Give it to somebody who you know, can't take time off of work. School officials say the fee will help cover the cost of students. Covid testing only fans who are fully vaccinated against Covid will be allowed to attend next year's World Cup. Qatar is hosting the tournament and the prime minister says the Gulf Arab state is in talks to secure one million doses of the vaccine. In case of in case the global vaccinations lag a bit. Coming up. We'll talk more about I know we're getting rain here. But there are wild fires burning all over the west. Specifically, the southwest Arizona hit hard. We'll get an update coming up at 5 54 this morning 5 49. We go back to our soggy commute out there this morning with Babe Hunter. Then we've started off with a couple of incidents. Here we go south on. I 25 a crash at university. The off ramp is still blocked their CEO Elon University of the rest of the major highways looking pretty good, wherever you want to travel and nothing to impede your travels in terms of accidents or stalls are big issues at all into the high country. Good looking driving. I 70 we checked. I 25 as far north as the Wyoming border, even Cheyenne and south to Colorado Springs. No issue, however, from the bed Fred Sports Traffic Center. We have a water main break, causing big problems. The road work is going to be go until six o'clock tonight, they say southbound. Colorado Boulevard is closed between 35th and 40th. Also in off highway wreck Right now, stacking people up northbound Santa Fe in Mississippi is a lot of folks coming up out of the South hope to get to I 25 You're going to need some patients there Another off highway record tower in Amherst. If you're wondering where that is, it's just a little north of Hampton. As far as travel in the high country, the sylvan Fire south of Eagle, it's 2 to 2.5 miles off by 17 at restricting. I 70 travel at this point, this report sponsored by indeed dot com, not to be a backseat driver. But if you need to hire great people fast you need indeed sponsored job. You'll immediately get a list of quality candidates whose resumes on indeed, match your job description. Learn more and indeed dot com. Com slash.

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"world cup qatar" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"Have a real shot at making the World Cup you need decline in Europe I. Don't like I highly doubt that's the conversation. We're still two years out from that. Even being a thing I think Jonathan Lewis the rest of this year going into next year the goal should be to improve himself become a regular starter for the rapids bought for their get an opportunity with the national team in either. Begs the question. What's the chicken or the egg does he got a better opportunity with the national team? Then he plays well on MLS. A narrative is eighteen spots in wants to pay two million as opposed to the half a million right now or does he do really well, maybe scoreboard substitute for the national team and then get sold for three and that winter opens opportunities for him in. Europe. In the ways he didn't have in Leeds Bradford respectively. Thought I mean it's is you know the the escalating prices of a player based on their own performance possibility Israeli notable and I think one of the things that will see about. The prices certainly to low you said it very well for Jonathan Lewis with the question is ravaged. Hollywood want to sell them for like one point two is even that's barely any any improvement but. One of the things to point out or to watch the rest of the season for Colorado is whether he starts because he's been the spark off the bench guy for last season half the question becomes like what happens you know once suitors from abroad in Belgium or Holland or the championship are interested in Jonathan Lewis as a starting piece but the price isn't there because he hasn't been starting piece of the rapids therefore, he's been thought of, as you know. You guys will sell them for good price because he superfluous year plan is he isn't starting. Every game so it's not it doesn't put pressure on Robin Frazier to select him but it does put pressure a little bit on the rapids to sink more broadly about his role for the club. He kyw's regardless of whether they pumped him for a profit to afford team whether Jonathan Lewis is happy with the rapids and weather. His happiness is bound up in his starting is a question is worth asking. So you know he's got to continue to perform at a high level at work his way into a starting role with the club if the value is going to continue to increase on the expected level that you're veterinary that you're talking about. Yeah. I've heard from a couple of people familiar with the situation mark that just it's it's a function of phases of play and overall consistency. So when we've seen Jonathan when we've seen him come off the bench. It's usually in situations where the rapids are looking to improve the results. So to draw and they're trying to go for the win, it's a loss in they're trying to get back into the game and Louis. His main goal is you know stand on the touchline right at midfield, get the ball and go directed goal and either create havoc by creating a passing opportunity or you know perfectly back shoulder run. kyw's has a zoo breezy for him to put that in the channel and then Jonathan Lewis has great angle to shoot and tie the game up. not ourselves against us. In Kansas City, and so that's something that's pretty much the consistency. That's what we've seen from him either he run into the box, actually get the play going a shot for him rebound for somebody else or getting in there as the light runners we saw I think it was a second or maybe a third opportunity. The actually scored the first game of the season at DC united. You know if I look at how other players in a similar position to him market for taking. Diego Rubio Andre. Cheeky, playing in a slightly they're both more. Their best suited is the number nine role. We've seen them both wide positions in the four, three three or four to three one under Robin, frazier CD, Rubio track. Back regardless of where he's playing on the field to do work defensively to help break up plays or provide some form of pressure relief for the defense behind him I've seen Andre. Cheeky. Borderline track all the way back to the point where he sam vine are able to double-team Carlos Davila on their left wing. Right wing or L. A. Sees right-wing. I haven't released seen that either as a substitute or as a starter from Jonathan Lewis, and so he has one sure fire knockout punch. The is international caliber that he is able to do that in molest you would be able to do that in a lot of concha calf situations. We haven't seen enough from national team for me to say whether or not. He could do that in a Gold Cup against Mexico in Confederations Cup against a major European player or overpowered more talented team in a knockout round game for. In the world. Cup I'm not saying that he'd be able to do with Julie Green did against was Germany Belgium in two thousand fourteen. But I have not seen that same level quality at the same consistent level through ninety minutes or twenty minutes off the bench. Face the play whether it's slower buildup the rapids or trying to look at I mean he's a short guy. So I don't know how much I can blame him for not getting anything on set pieces. Given he's not taking the pieces and he's what? Maybe five four I I've stood next to him. I'm five and a half and I am taller than him. And I haven't really seen the other face play. So maybe that's something that he's working on that we just haven't seen because it hasn't been the right situational opportunity that could have been something that totally Robin Fraser was looking at going into the game against Vancouver Mark Third Game of the regular season like Jonathan you're starting we want you to do a little bit more work defensively and then We'll see if you can create opportunities when we get those critical moments. So maybe it was all situational but that is that is a question from the outside that we also have that I think hasn't really been answered and it's not GonNa be answered until we actually ultimately regardless of what's going on in training and whether or not he's making progress he needs to be able to do that feel. Part of why he left New York City F C, and why he was out of favor with Dominique durant at the time was because he did not do that or New York City have not seen that consistently for the rapids under any of a three managers, any of the systems that they tried to play. We see that more for him to win that starting spot at left wing position especially given his competition in how different a more well rounded player Nicholas Venezia's given how much the club is going to invest. From development standpoint and from a financial standpoint potential late in Brian Calvin and if Johnson Louis wants to be an impact player in a Gold Cup or God, willing twenty, twenty, two World Cup Qatar or have an opportunity to play. Play abroad at the club level. That is something that we are going to need to see a more. Regardless of. Whether or not he is content in his current role regardless of whether or not. He's happy with that or he wants to continue to grow in thinks that the best opportunity is less or going back to England or maybe pursuing a call from Germany that's something that has to happen for his hands the player on both to. Progress his career both club and International. Well said Mark I. Don't think we did predictions.

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"world cup qatar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:33 min | 3 years ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Okay thank you very much indeed I suppose the bush stay with us please do because there's plenty more to talk about a close closer is is Newsday it's breaks it it's the tent. hurricane Dorian is moving very slowly northwest over the Bahamas leaving devastation and flooding in its wake satellite images showed large areas under water including the grand Bahama International Airport and the town of marsh harbour on Abaco island I've been speaking to Stephen McAndrew deputy director for America's at the international red cross he's coordinating relief efforts from Panama it's ninety to a hundred percent affected the whole area this is really complete an overwhelming in its scope so the whole area has been affected either by wind or high flooding or both so it's not a good picture and it has been and continues to be a very dangerous storm what's the communication been like between your volunteers on the ground people were trying to help out in the storm and your head quarters in you being able to also bring in the aid to people who need it we have about a hundred volunteers in each of the islands that come from the community and are trained and we have pre positioned supplies with them we have had very little and sporadic communications with them there's a few moments where we we received some reports from both. read about Colin and grand Bahama and then since then I'd say in about the last six hours or so it's been we've had no contacts all the telecommunications have been down so we're hoping tomorrow at daybreak we will be able to actually do more in the flyover and touch ground there and start bringing in the the additional aid that's needed it must make it really difficult to assess how many people have been affected and how they've been affected at this point it is really difficult but we have a couple things we rely on one we rely on our volunteers there we noticed they have been trained and we know that they have a humanitarian mindset and a part of the Bahamas red cross so we rely on that a bit and we also have some general figures and we know populations in the different affected areas and that helps us get an idea around just general general estimates on volumes of assistance with that will be needed but you're absolutely right to get very specific and real detail will be a challenge there are reports of people still Stockham roof what's been the biggest difficulty in trying to get your foot in the door in trying to deliver help on the ground and also from what you've been seeing does the government have enough resources access has been our main challenge as for the capacity of the government. so far we have been working very well with the government of the Bahamas and regional governments that have been supporting a response and we're confident that working together will be able to get people back on their feet and help them on the road to recovery Stephen McAndrew there deputy director for America's of the international red cross. let's get support now James Greg's here good morning good morning a huge shock at the US open tennis with the legendary Roger Federer suffering a quarter final exit listing five sets on the lights at flushing meadows the world number seventy eight ball Gary's Grigor Dimitrov earlier on Serena Williams had a one hundred victory at the arena in New York she reached the semifinals of the women's singles of the six one six love win of the Chinese player one Cojuangco win came in just forty four minutes they have been they action in Africa today in qualifying for football World Cup Qatar twenty twenty three of the early kickoff sovereignty against Tanzania every train plain and maybe yeah and Ethiopia play against that list soap that at home meanwhile submit izombie is football association is called the international friendly match against South Africa which was meant to be played on Saturday is due to security concerns and the ashes test cricket resumes today old Trafford in Manchester the series all swear it won all bring lives dramatic one we can't win in the last game Australia have that star player Steve Smith back today James many thanks business news now Hong Kong's protests are having a marked impact on the territory's economy for the palm trees on the business that's to tell us more well business being conducted by Hong Kong's private companies has taken a hit we've got also today too but the most important is called the IHS market Hong Kong purchasing managers index a lot of woods there but essentially it's it's a measure of how confident businesses on how much activity there engaging and and it's showing a contraction I spoke to Jody Schneider who senior international editor Bloomberg in Hong Kong and us with this was a general slowdown similar to that which we sing in other parts of the world or if we can really hang your hats on the protests being a big part of it. a great deal of it is due to the protests it has obviously disrupted businesses and discourage terrorism and it is particularly discouraged her some from mainland China a lot of those visitors often are shopping at high end retailers and their business has really fallen in the past few months we sing that drop in July and we expect an even larger drop in August when some of those protests turned into clashes between police and protesters the government's now actually downgraded its growth outlook for the year instead of two to three percent which is pretty normal growth the now expecting between zero and one percent. yes and I'm part of that is due to retail sales being down we see in our retail sales down by thirteen percent in July the first four months of this affected by the demonstrations and the city's economy contracted zero point four percent in the second quarter so we started seeing that slowing but of course all of this is is anticipated to really slow down much more significantly it's not only retailing it's we expect a hot property stocks are down the expect property prices to be down we expect you know obviously terrorism can be down significantly for all guests and then presuming out the rest of the year hotel occupancy those kinds of things that go along with terrorists fewer tourists coming so it's and it's on a range of factors. all related to that the protests and and the and the unrest in the city over the past few months to decide to replace the. still with the business many thanks south Africa's president zero I'm oppose it has condemned a wave of looting and violence that is mostly targeted foreign nationals there can be no justification for any south African to attack people from other countries he said on Tuesday dozens of people were arrested in Johannesburg on Monday at least five people have been killed in the unrest the attacks on foreign businesses have caused anger across the continent in Nigeria a south African supermarket was attacked and Zambia has called off a friendly football match with South Africa it's not the first time for migrants and businesses have been attacked in South Africa to hear more about the causes for this and the background I spoke to professor Lauren Landau and the African center for migration and society at that university. since nineteen ninety four since South Africa became. off apartheid there's been a concern that immigrants coming in from the region are presenting South Africa from addressing longstanding histories of racism inequality poverty and I think what we've seen in the last few years has been an escalation of this there's always been violence there's been tensions on the ground but we started to see politicians as the political system has become more competitive really using migrants as a skate coach really trying to endorse this kind of talk and see miss action happening over and over again so this is actually also failure on the part of the and see on the part of the politicians. yeah I mean I think what we see is a failure on multiple fronts there's a failure to address the fact that many most every instrument for most Afghans and very few hopes of of prop of jobs access to services and it's Nancy and the other part is looking for an explanation looking for a way to deflect criticism and Dave you started to use as your seen elsewhere in the world migrants as bad excuse I mean this is starting to affect South Africa not just internally with internal security an internal politics but for example we know that there have been attacks in Laos in Nigeria on south African businesses as a retaliation we've seen reports that the football association of Zambia has announced that the friendly match between a zombie and. Zambian team in the south African team has been canceled so this is affecting South Africa standing within the continent yes it's a it's affecting obviously just sort of immediate economic interests of South Africa it's also affecting south Africa's soft power it's more look on me it's going to affect for a long time so after usability to invest the influence to have good will across the continent and hopefully that gets the attentions of leaders but right now I think the ANC and others are so desperate their backs are against the all that they're willing to sacrifice those long term benefits to try to win popular support. what kind of support does this view have with the people in South Africa. I think south Africans and we see it in the polls we see it on the street others are deeply on easy with immigration many of course welcome many of course would never dream of attacking at their name but this is something that has widespread support and we seen it in the fact that there's almost no condemnation whether it's from unions whether it's from civil society are from leaders itself everywhere almost as sitting by assignment in letting this happen and I think what we'd like to see from the leadership is is an overt recognition that immigration if anything has a positive effect immigrate can promote straight regional integration stability and that there are other plans for creating jobs and six thirty four south African citizen and right now we haven't heard any of those plans but I think the longer term solution is to really be honest with the south African people and say we want to build a brighter future for everyone and that means we can't stigmatize one group because if we start attacking one group you could be next Lauren Londo there a professor at the African center for migration and society adverts university..

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"world cup qatar" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"world cup qatar" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Insurgency which has claimed tens of thousands of lives both India and Pakistan claim cash mia in full control only parts of it focused on his described in his decision is dangerous and illegal the country's foreign minister show me correction told the BBC that India had no rights to make unilateral decisions over Kashmir it's a recognized international dispute India has recognized and accepted it as the dispute and that is why the included it in the comprehensive dialogue the trip hop as one of the outstanding issues between India and Pakistan the Egyptian president have to Fatah CC has described an explosion in Cairo that killed at least twenty people as an act of terrorism the authorities had initially said the overnight blast was caused by a traffic accident an explanation a number of Egyptians expressed skepticism about on social media with more details his Sebastian usher the explosion was devastating as well as those killed more than forty people were injured the front of the national Cancer Institute nearby was badly damaged at least one call was a black and black and rubble lay across the pavement the authorities originally said it was the result of a speeding car going the wrong way crashing into three other because Egyptians online said the official count was an insult to the intelligence now being Terry ministry says the evidence shows that the call that drove into the others contained explosives and was intended for terror attack police say they suspect a group linked to the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood the Russian authorities evacuated thousands of residents of villages near a military base in Siberia after a fire broke out in the ammunition stole causing a series of huge explosions children at a day by summer camp being taken to safety while soldiers of the base west of the city of Krasnoyarsk hiding in bomb shelters the deposed stores thousands of artillery shells a military official said the explosions were triggered by powder charges catching fire world news from the BBC labor rights activists to publish footage on social media that appears to show migrant workers in Qatar protesting against the conditions at a stadium being constructed for the twenty twenty two World Cup Qatar has frequently been criticized for the working conditions of labor is employed on infrastructure projects ahead of the event there's been a third consecutive day of anti government protests in Hong Kong with protest is destructing trains in traffic hundreds of flights were canceled too police have made more than eighty arrests the unrest came as Beijing reiterated its unflagging support for the embattled Hong Kong chief executive Carrie lam this is lamb pledged to restore law and order vowing not to resign in the face of intensifying protests president trump has said the United States must condemn bigotry racism and white supremacy of two two shootings left thirty people dead in Texas and Ohio in a speech is a trouble also said more had to be done to prevent future mass killings Bob replied Osher reports president trump has been accused of stalking white nationalist violence with his anti immigrant rhetoric in a statement he didn't mention his past remarks but he did strike a different tone than he has before he condemns racism bigotry and white supremacy calling them sinister ideologies and noting that the el Paso gunmen is believed to have posted a manifesto consumed by racist hate Mr trump also urged bipartisan action to stop America's epidemic of gun violence but he suggested that mental illness rather than the availability of guns was the main problem the Colombian government has approved a measure which gives the children of Venezuelan migrants Columbia nationality the move is expected to benefit almost twenty five thousand children born in Colombia after the first of January twenty fifteen the government said these children were running the risk of becoming status as Venezuela and Colombia currently have no relations BBC knees registration for fair share CSA coalitions thirteenth annual pike the Barnes is now open like the Barnes is a charity bicycle tour the prince.