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first_imgPulisic knows he must prove himself to Chelsea manager Lampardby Freddie Taylor10 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveChristian Pulisic says he has to prove himself to Chelsea manager Frank Lampard. The 21-year-old, signed from Borussia Dortmund in the summer, has been used sporadically by the Blues boss this season. And the American knows reputation alone won’t convince Lampard to give him playing time.Speaking to the Players’ Tribune, the winger said “If you can play, you can play and that’s why Dortmund was amazing for me, the coach always trusted me. But you’ve got to prove yourself maybe that extra mile.”I have to prove myself no matter what age I am.”I don’t feel like I’m some wonder boy anymore, I’ve been around and I think I’ve earned that respect at least and I’m in a new chapter and I’m going to prove myself.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

first_imgSlightly better than expected Canadian unemployment numbers don’t tell the whole story. There are pros and cons which come along with them.Express Employment Professionals CEO Robert Funk said a lot of temporary workers seemed to find full time work.“The part time workers fell, and the full time workers increased, so, that’s the encouraging news,” he said.The discouraging news is that the labour participation rate went down, approaching a ten-year low.“Which means there are still a lot of people sitting on the sidelines who have not decided to go back to work and of course, that’s be a challenge through the last five or ten years,” explained Funk, adding there are a couple reasons for that.“We’re seeing more people who have increased government benefits feel it’s just as economically viable for them to stay off the job force,” he said.The other reason is a skills gap.Funk explained it’s not high skilled work either. The need is for more semi-skilled workers such as refrigeration operators and welders which may only take a couple years of education.Those jobs are paying very well right now, as much as $60,000 right out of school.The hardest people to employ are those with four year arts degrees.last_img read more

Croatia coach We are ready for final match

first_imgThe coach of the smallest country to reach the 2018 World Cup final, Zlatko Dalic is confident of his national side as they plan to defeat France at World Cup final on Sunday.Having led his national team to the finals of the World Cup, the coach has outdone his mentor Miroslav Blazevic, who led Croatia to a third-place finish in the country’s World Cup debut back in 1998.“We are still living our dreams, we are so close,” he said calmly from the team’s hotel in the centre of Moscow via FIFA.“Through my life and career, I went the hard way. I did not want to be just an average coach in Croatia. I had to start from the lowest club,” he said. “Within a year in Asia, I became the best coach, and for three years, I was coach of Al Ain [in the United Arab Emirates], who are like Real [Madrid] in Europe. That was a tremendous experience for me. I coached two of the biggest clubs in Asia, so when Croatia’s call arrived, I did not hesitate.” Euro 2020Euro 2020 Qualifiers Betting: 06/09/19 Stuart Heath – September 6, 2019 With the international break in full-swing, here at Ronaldo.com we are going to take a look at Thursday’s Euro 2020 qualifiers match-betting odds.With a…???#BeProud #WorldCupFinal pic.twitter.com/qEHuiLrKWY— HNS | CFF (@HNS_CFF) July 13, 2018“With this great result [of reaching the Final], we have definitely entered history as one of the smallest countries ever in the World Cup finals,” Dalic said. “When we look at the conditions in which we work, we are a world wonder and phenomenon. We do not have the appropriate environment with big teams [in Croatia], but we have great players, who have brought us such joy. This is a planetary success.”last_img read more

Scott McKenna might leave Aberdeen

first_imgFor the club’s manager, there are many offers from the English Premier League that might make it impossible to keep him at home22-year-old defender Scott McKenna is playing well for the Scottish national team and for Aberdeen in the Scottish Premier League.And his great abilities are being known around the world, which might make him leave soon.“I’m hoping we can keep Scott for as long as possible but I am realistic enough to know that somebody of Scott’s ability is always going to be on the radar,” Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes admitted to the Birmingham Mail.Daniel Fark, Norwich City, Premier LeagueDaniel Farke, From mid-table in the Championship to the Premier League Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Norwich City manager, Daniel Farke, has taken his team from the middle of the table in the English Championship to play with the big boys in the Premier League.“Just about every club in the English Championship and the Premier League have been regular visitors to our games over the last while.”“There will be clubs looking at a lot of my players, particularly Scott, who has become a key fixture in the international team as well as a key player for Aberdeen at his age,” he added.“It is natural there is going to be interesting. We will deal with whatever comes our way and not fret too much in November about what might happen in January.”last_img read more

Another SDSU student diagnosed with meningitis outbreak declared

first_img AP, KUSI Newsroom, Updated: 6:38 PM September 28, 2018 Posted: September 28, 2018 Categories: Health, Local San Diego News FacebookTwittercenter_img Another SDSU student diagnosed with meningitis; outbreak declared 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A San Diego State student was diagnosed with meningococcal meningitis in the second case since the beginning of the month, the university announced Friday morning.A student had previously been announced to have contracted the illness on Sept. 5. County public health officials also disclosed another student meningitis case from June, bringing the total number of student infections in the last four months to three and prompting health officials to declare an outbreak at SDSU, university Student Health Services Medical Director Cynthia Cornelius said Friday.In the June case, the infected student was not attending classes and lived off campus, she said. County officials did not initially announce the case because it wasn’t considered a public health risk at the time.All three cases were caused by the serogroup B strain, Cornelius said. None of the infected students were identified.County officials recommended that all undergraduate students at SDSU receive a meningococcus B vaccination if they haven’t already had one.The county and the university will partner to offer vaccine clinics, Cornelius said. Information on the clinics will be available early next week.Meningococcal meningitis is the bacterial form of the illness, and the most dangerous kind. According to the Centers for Disease Control, it can be deadly and requires immediate medical attention.Symptoms can include a high fever, severe headache, stiff neck, rash nausea, vomiting and lethargy, and may resemble the flu, according to Cornelius. Because the disease progresses rapidly, often in as little as 12 hours, prompt diagnosis and treatment are critical.The bacteria can be transmitted by direct contact with saliva, through the air via sneeze or cough droplets or even through speaking closely face- to-face, she said. Oral contact such as kissing or sharing items like cigarettes or drinking glasses are risk factors.SDSU will continue to partner with county health officials to monitor the outbreak, Cornelius said. AP, KUSI Newsroom last_img read more

first_imgThank YOU, KUSI for calling a BULLY a BULLY! SomeONE in the MEDIA GETS IT!Please add that she is a paid Pharma Shill and Baffoon! “Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez insults and humiliates Californians concerned about ‘mandated vaccines’ “ https://t.co/qRn58Ae3sE— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 23, 2019 KUSI Newsroom July 22, 2019 In a California State Assembly hearing on SB 276, Chair of the Assembly Appropriations Committee, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez insulted and humiliated members of the public who were in attendance to voice their concern on the immunization bill.Actor Rob Schneider then called out Lorena for this behavior on Twitter writing, “How do the good people of San Diego vote for this DESPICABLE & RUDE “Servant of the People?” Please CALL CAL Assemblywoman ⁦@LorenaSGonzalez⁩ & remind her this is not the SOVIET UNION & YOU ARE NOT THE CZAR OF CALI! 619-338-8090 or tel:(916)319-2080″ with the above video.Gonzalez is a supporter of SB 276, the bill would instead require the State Department of Public Health, by January 1, 2021, to develop and make available for use by licensed physicians and surgeons an electronic, standardized, statewide medical exemption request that would be transmitted using the California Immunization Registry (CAIR), and which, commencing January 1, 2021, would be the only documentation of a medical exemption that a governing authority may accept.Schneider continues to tweet out his complaints with the California “Super Majority” and what they are able to.Schneider has dozens of tweets criticizing Assemblywoman Gonzalez and her husband, County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher. You can look through them here: twitter.com/RobSchneider pic.twitter.com/VPXAwt6Xlw— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 18, 2019 Posted: July 22, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Hey⁦@LorenaSGonzalez⁩ ur not ur usual combative deflecting self. Can’t you just accuse @KUSInews of being Anti-Vaxxer,orAnti-Woman,Anti-LatinA? Or maybe they are just a news org that is calling you out on ur Despicable UnAmerican Authoritarianism. https://t.co/qRn58Ae3sE— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 23, 2019center_img Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez insults and humiliates Californians concerned about ‘mandated vaccines’ 1/3This is the PEOPLE’S HOUSE!Thank YOU for ALL your Direct Messages & Photos & emails exposing the shenanigans and corruption in the Cal State Legislature in Sacramento.I will be vetting them & releasing them starting with Members on the Appropriations Committee.#NoOnSB276 pic.twitter.com/rzQ7h5dsSt— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 19, 2019 3/3The State of California Cannot Practice Medicine! The absurd idea that some bureaucrat in Sacramento is going to make what could be a LIFE OR DEATH decision over the health of a child THEY’VE NEVER MET WITH ZERO LIABILITY is nothing short of MEDICAL TOTALITARIANISM#NoOnSB276 pic.twitter.com/hWLqYj02n9— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 19, 2019The full  26-minute video of the Assembly Appropriations Hearing on SB 276 is below. 2/3By early next week we will have a web site dedicated to collecting and receiving ANONYMOUS tips and SUBMISSIONS EXPOSING GOVERNMENT MALFEASANCE of our state Legislators.Sunshine is the best disinfectant. We want an open and transparent GOV for the PEOPLECAL VOTERS DON’T PLAY pic.twitter.com/2mVbwlmIdS— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 19, 2019 Updated: 11:33 AM Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics Tags: Lorena Gonzalez FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

DoD Promises Lawmakers Water Cleanup

first_imgLawmakers questioned DoD officials on the department’s long-delayed acknowledgement of PFAS-contaminated water on installations during a House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee hearing.“To put it charitably: it is unclear why DoD feels justified in passing the buck to the EPA,” subcommittee chairman Harley Rouda (D-Calif.) said, according to Military Times. “Particularly in light of evidence suggesting DoD’s awareness of the toxicity of the chemicals since the early 1980s.”A 2016 Environmental Protection Agency report on the cancer-causing chemicals spurred a Pentagon study that found PFAS chemicals on and near hundreds of installations.Deputy Assistant Secretary for Environment Maureen Sullivan outlined what the services are doing to clean up contaminated water.“We strive to work in collaboration with regulatory agencies and communities to ensure our resources are applied effectively to protect human health across the country as part of a national effort led by EPA,” Sullivan said in prepared testimony.“‘When’ is what we want to hear,” Rouda said. “When will we take actions to address these issues?” ADC AUTHORlast_img read more