Premier League Giving De Boer time would have been ‘negligent’, Palace chairman claims Ben Spratt Last updated 2 years ago 21:07 18/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(2) Getty Images Premier League Crystal Palace While he admits there are “regrets” over how things turned out, he believes it would have been foolish to continue with the Dutchman in charge Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish believes it would have been negligent not to sack Frank de Boer, although he understands criticism of the swift decision.De Boer was given just four Premier League games in charge at Selhurst Park – resulting in four defeats without a goal scored by the Eagles – before he was replaced by Roy Hodgson last week.Eagles 10/11 for the drop Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing And while Parish acknowledged the former Ajax and Inter coach was not given long, he feels it was clear that things were not going to plan.”Obviously results weren’t good, and I can understand people saying that four games wasn’t enough,” he told Holmesdale Radio.”But Frank was here from July 1 and, in the end, I didn’t think it was going to work. It could have gone on longer but, if that then produced the outcomes I thought it was going to, that kind of makes me negligent.”You know what you open yourself up for when you make that change, but I can’t let that make the decision.0 – Frank de Boer is the first permanent manager in @PremierLeague history to not see his team score a single goal during his reign. Glum. pic.twitter.com/0wy9L6RqLQ— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) September 11, 2017″The decision has to be ‘what is the bigger picture and is this going to improve’ – and based on two-and-a-half months, not just four games, I didn’t think it would work and I regret that.”I regret the fact that it didn’t work for Frank or the football club, but I felt I had to make that change.”Palace took their time to appoint De Boer after Sam Allardyce quit the club at the end of last season, and Parish believes that ultimately worked against the club.”It was the one we had the most time for and possibly almost agonised over it too much and it kind of became muddled thinking,” he continued.”Because we took too long, we lost some options as well. It is difficult to talk too much about what went on in that period and the thinking, but Frank impressed me when I met him and we talked a lot about what we were and the time I felt it would take to change.”It wasn’t because we didn’t think about it; perhaps we thought about it too much and maybe there was a bit of a disconnect about what could be achieved in the time.”That’s not about spending money, just about the league being very different. What Frank thought he could achieve in a short space of time wasn’t going to happen.” Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.
Nova Scotia is built to build and Irving Shipbuilding is ready to build Canada’s fleet. Premier Darrell Dexter congratulated Irving Shipbuilding today, July 21, as the company submitted its official bid for the $30 billion National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy. “Irving Shipbuilding has demonstrated throughout the bid process that it has the experience and ability to build Canada’s ships. Our bid is Canada’s bid,” said Premier Dexter. “The federal government needs a dependable, capable partner in this project, and Irving is it. This bid submission has my complete support, on behalf of all Nova Scotians.” The bid received unanimous support from all three parties in the legislature. More than 5,000 people across Canada have already shown their support for Nova Scotia’s bid online, from Vancouver B.C., to Iqaluit, Fort McMurray, to Corner Brook. “I want to thank the leaders and organizations within the Ships Start Here partnership for their united support in demonstrating to the entire country that there simply is no better place in Canada to build ships than in Nova Scotia,” said Premier Dexter. Irving has submitted a clear plan to build the fleet, one that includes a commitment from the Nova Scotia Community College to ensure there is a trained, qualified workforce. The province has also committed to invest in infrastructure and training, details of which will be announced should Irving win one of the two available contracts. “Our bid would not have been possible without the incredible support and collaboration with the Province of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Auto Workers-Marine Workers Federation Local 1, the numerous provincial and regional business community organizations and members, as well as many of our suppliers and strategic partners,” said Jim Irving, CEO, Irving Shipbuilding. “Irving Shipbuilding looks forward to the continuation and completion of the competitive process. The men and women of Irving Shipbuilding stand ready for Canada today.” A successful bid to build the combat vessels could mean an additional 11,500 jobs for Nova Scotians. Shipbuilding in Nova Scotia would drive benefits to all parts of Canada – an advantage unique to Nova Scotia’s bid. If Nova Scotia is selected, the Canadian economy is expected to grow by $1.5 billion, and 4,500 jobs will be created outside of Nova Scotia. “A win would mean an entirely new generation of shipbuilders in Nova Scotia, a revitalized economy for the province, and important spin-offs across the country,” said Premier Dexter. Halifax Shipyard has been in operation since 1889. Irving Shipbuilding has built tugboats and offshore supply vessels for clients at home and around the world, as well as 80 per cent of Canada’s current surface combatant fleet. To learn how to show support, and to find out more about shipbuilding in Nova Scotia, visit www.ShipsStartHere.ca
CALGARY – The Alberta government won’t get to defend the constitutionality of its beer tax system in court until Sept. 19.The delay comes after arguments from lawyers representing two breweries outside the province stretched into the second of the two days allotted.Toronto-based Steam Whistle Brewing has argued that Alberta violated trade rules when it imposed a separate tax system on small breweries outside of the New West Partnership provinces of British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Alberta in October 2015.Great Western Brewing and Steam Whistle are together also challenging the changes Alberta made to the system that instead imposes a blanked $1.25 per litre charge on all small breweries, but returns much of that to Alberta small brewers in the form of a grant.The two breweries have argued the system creates an unconstitutional trade barrier that unfairly favours Alberta breweries.
Rabat – “Morocco is a key partner in ensuring security and combating terrorism,” said Bernard Cazeneuve in a joint press briefing following talks with his Moroccan counterpart Mohamed Hassad.Cazeneuve, in this regards, lauded the reliability of Morocco’s intelligence services saying “Morocco’s expertise is precious and Moroccan services have shown their efficiency through the busting of several terrorist cells and their affiliates in the recent months.”Cazaneuve lauded, in this regard, the ‘professionalism’ shown by Morocco’s domestic intelligence services (DGST) with a special mention to its Director General Abdellatif Hammouchi. The French official went on to say that the role of DGST leadership is “decisive in the fight we are leading against terrorism.”Cazaneuve recalled that the French National Order of Merit with the rank of Knight was awarded to Hammouchi in 2011, adding that the Moroccan official will soon receive the Légion d’honneur order in recognition for his efforts.“We are willing to further boost this security cooperation with Morocco,” said the French official, who said that he agreed with his Moroccan counterpart to expand this cooperation to the fight against illegal immigration, organized crime and drug trafficking.It was also agreed to reinforce cooperation between the different services of the interior ministries of France and Morocco, he said.Tackling radicalization is another area of cooperation we would like to strengthen with Morocco, said the French Minister, adding that “the Kingdom has undertaken efforts in favor of promoting, within the Moroccan community abroad and in the region, an open and tolerant Islam.”In the same vein, Cazaneuve praised Morocco’s decision to train foreign Imams, an experience which he said represent a further area of collaboration.The visit to Morocco is also an opportunity to “condemn in the strongest terms” the islamophobic acts that followed the Paris attacks, he said. “Those who harm Muslims because of their religious faith are harming the republic as a whole and that is unacceptable,”Cazaneuve made it clear.“There is a lot we can do together with Morocco to face the all sorts of amalgams and openly recall that the barbaric acts perpetrated in France have nothing to do with Islam and cannot be attached to any religion or culture,” said the French Interior Minister.In the face of “a common terrorist threat, the renewal of our full cooperation was a need and a shared will,” he said, adding “this shows that in difficult moments that the Moroccan and French friendship grows stronger.”“This common willingness to fight against terrorism and to advocate the message of tolerance should be based on an environment of mutual trust,” Cazaneuve said, highlighting that the agreement signed on January 31 paves the way for a reinvigorated judicial cooperation between the two countries.In this connection, he recalled that the strength of relations between Morocco and France was highlighted during the meeting between King Mohammed VI and French President François Holland. During the meeting, he said, the two Heads of States expressed commitment to work together to counter terrorism and reinforce security cooperation.“This mutual commitment is more important than ever” as the two countries are facing the serious threat of terrorism of which France has recently been plagued, he said.This “remarkable” bilateral relations which withstands difficulties illustrates the “political willingness that is expressed at the highest level to preserve the unique partnership between our two countries,” the French Interior Minister went on to say.On this occasion, Cazaneuve expressed satisfaction regarding the longstanding ties with Morocco noting that “France is a friend of Morocco today more than ever.”
The day-long programme in the eastern city of Goma is part of a joint campaign – “Stop Raping Our Greatest Resource, Power to Women and Girls in DRC” – organized by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and V-Day, a global movement to end violence against women and girls.“It’s a historic occasion in the Democratic Republic of Congo in that for the first time women survivors are publicly speaking out on the situation of sexual violence,” UNICEF spokesperson Jaya Murthy said in an interview with UN Radio.“We have 10 women that are speaking out today and making a declaration to the Congolese Government, to Congolese society and to the world that sexual violence must stop,” she stated.Ms. Murthy noted that while “sexual violence is rampant and prevalent throughout Congolese society,” the area that has been most affected has been the eastern DRC, particularly the Kivu region, where clashes between Government forces and rebel groups broke out just weeks ago, despite the signing of a peace deal in January.Sexual violence is still occurring on an “unprecedented” scale in the DRC, particularly in the east, she said. That is why today’s event is being held in Goma, the capital of North Kivu, and a similar one will be held in the capital of South Kivu, Bukavu, on 19 September.The founder of V-Day and renowned activist, Eve Ensler, will participate in both events, which are also being supported by the UN Population Fund (UNFPA), the UN peacekeeping mission in the DRC (MONUC) and dozens of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working to eliminate sexual and gender-based violence in DRC. 12 September 2008Female survivors of rape and sexual abuse are sharing their stories today at an event organized by the United Nations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where rape has been used as a weapon of war and an estimated 200,000 women and girls have been assaulted over the past 12 years.
The UN Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) supervised the process, Hiro Ueki told reporters. “During the technical talks between UNMOVIC and Iraq this morning, the method of destruction, a timetable and other work plans were agreed on,” he said. Subsequently, four Al Samoud 2 missiles were destroyed.Also today, UN experts went to several sites suspected of involvement in Iraq’s clandestine weapons programme, including Al Muthanna, where Mr. Ueki said “all 155 millimetre artillery shells, which contained mustard, were prepared for final destruction.”In another development, UNMOVIC and Iraqi officials are slated to meet tomorrow to discuss Baghdad’s proposals for the quantitative verification of the chemical agent VX as well as the anthrax that Iraq previously declared it had unilaterally destroyed.Meanwhile, an UNMOVIC biological team today returned to the Al Aziziyah Airfield and Firing Range and continued to observe further digging in search of R-400 aerial bombs and bomb fragments that Iraq claims were filled with biological agents. “A joint biological and chemical team will sample the content of the intact bombs tomorrow,” Mr. Ueki said.Other sites visited today included Falluja III as well as two sites in Baghdad which are related to the procurement of communications equipment and the collection and analyses of information from different sources.The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) conducted activities at the Mahmoun Plant of the Al Rashid Company, which makes materials used in missile systems, the Qa Qaa State Company, an explosives manufacturer, and the Salam Factory in northern Baghdad, which produces electronic components for communications and control systems. In addition, the IAEA conducted a car-borne radiation survey north of Baghdad.The spokesman also reported that on Friday evening, UNMOVIC privately interviewed an Iraqi biological scientist as well as one of the country’s engineers.
He added: “I’m 22 years old, and if you talk to someone through social media it is what it is. It was nothing more than that. We never physically met.”Fans had no idea the pair had temporarily split last year and Tom’s social media for 2016 is full of happy pictures of the pair. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Talking about his relationship with Mr Black, Tom said: “We’re soulmates — and the only way that we were going to get back to that point was to be honest, open and share everything that happened in our time away from each other.”Dustin told The Sun: “Tom and I talked about anything and everything that went on. That’s the secret to how we are so close and can survive tough times.”Mr Daley has been contacted for further comment. Diving star Tom Daley has said he told his fiance of a cyber sex session with a fan while the couple were on an extended break and vowed it would “never happen again”.The two-time Olympic medallist reportedly sent explicit images to a stranger during some “time apart” from partner Dustin Lance Black last year.The 22-year-old told the Sun the couple had struggled with their long-distance relationship but they had since realised they were “meant for each other”. According to the paper, Daley and the American screenwriter had a seven-month break in their romance, of which the couple chose not to speak publicly.They decided to temporarily split so the athlete could focus on the Rio 2016 games, where he won bronze, while Lance Black, 42, was filming a TV series in the US.It is claimed Daley sent pictures and videos to a 23-year-old from Liverpool during an 11-month online exchange.The diver told the paper: “This will absolutely never happen again now that we’re getting married. The date is set, and we’re raring and ready to go for that wedding now. The 22-year-old said the couple had struggled with their long-distance relationship Credit: Getty Images “We don’t have secrets in our relationship. We’re honest and open about everything. When we were back together I told him everything.” It is claimed Daley sent pictures and videos to a 23-year-old from Liverpool during an 11-month online exchangeCredit: ITV
CDE – the global supplier and manufacturer of wet processing equipment – says it is redefining how the modern plant operates through the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) to boost productivity. Launched at Bauma 2019, Intelligent Plant, CDE’s pioneering next generation technology, utilises advances in machine learning and the Internet of Things (IoT) to monitor and automate previously manual processes. Enabling the plant to make smart decisions in real time, Intelligent Plant can boost productivity by up to 40% with a payback period of under six months.Tom Houston, Director of CustomCare at CDE, said: “We are constantly striving for innovations to help customers maximise output with minimum effort. Intelligent Plant has created thinking plants that reduce downtime, maintenance and fixed costs while increasing yield and revenues for plant owners by almost half – and in some cases even more.”Material overloading can cause considerable disruption to the running of a plant. Overloading can impact plant optimisation resulting in lower yields and the need for greater maintenance. Intelligent Plant uses a series of belt-weighers to accurately establish the amount of material which enters the plant and determine the ratio between sand, aggregates and silt output. If the plant is running at below optimal utilisation where weightings and output are unbalanced against set targets or failing to maximise on production capacity, the plant will respond to address the issue itself in real time by, for example, adjusting feed rates.At the centre of Intelligent Plant is OptiMax technology, the latest addition to CDE CORE – an innovative range of technology solutions developed to give customers greater control of their plant. CORE uses automation and sensors to monitor and enhance productivity, minimise downtime, automate processes and lower operating costs while maximising profitability.
Johannes Jogi Bitter ← Previous Story Kim Andersson to play until 2021! Next Story → EHF Court: Borozan banned, Dibirov to pay 2.000 EUR TVB 1898 Stuttgart goalkeeper Johannes Jogi Bitter will set a unique milestone in his professional career.The 36-years old German will play his 500th match in DKB Bundesliga in Berlin on Thursday night.Over 9.000 fans at Max Schmeling Arena will have a chance to celebrate with him during Fuchse Berlin – TVB 1898 Stuttgart.
In June we learned about a modification to the classic game of Tic-tac-toe that turned it from a game that experienced players would always end in a draw, to a genuinely challenging new game. But back then it was a game you could only play on paper, now it has become a fully-fledged app.Called Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe, the iOS game has been developed by Wojciech Siudzinski and is available to purchase on the App Store for $1.99. It fully incorporates the ideas detailed in the original Ultimate game modifications and embeds a Tic-tac-toe board within each of the nine squares from the classic 2-player game.The rule changes also means your X or O placement is governed by where your opponent put his or her last mark. So if they put an X or O in the bottom left corner of a game board, your next move must occur in the bottom left board. This changes the gameplay significantly as you have to win the smaller boards in order to win the overall game. That means tactically managing the placement of marks across nine boards at the same time.Here’s a video of the Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe app in action:I’d suggest trying out Ultimate Tic-tac-toe on paper with a friend before opting to spend $2 on an app. If you enjoy it, then the investment may be worth it if for no other reason than to save on paper and having to draw out the boards every time you want to play. The current version only supports 2 players via Game Center or locally, but an AI opponent is promised for v1.1.
Du plutonium détecté à proximité de FukushimaDes traces de plutonium hautement radioactif ont été découvertes dans le sol, à proximité de la centrale accidentée de Fukushima. Une preuve que la crise est encore loin d’être terminée, affirment les experts.”D’infimes quantités de plutonium ont été détectées pour la première fois dans le sol, en dehors de la centrale nucléaire de Fukushima Daiichi”, ont annoncé les médias japonais, rapporte le site The Envoy. Des chercheurs ont analysé des échantillons de sol en bordure de route, prélevés à 1,7 kilomètre de la centrale. Selon eux, les quantités de plutonium présentes dans le sol sont à peu près semblables à celles qui ont pu être détectées sur des sites d’essai de la bombe nucléaire.À lire aussiLa fusion nucléaire pourrait bien devenir prochainement une réalitéExtrêmement toxique s’il est ingéré ou inhalé, le plutonium émet des radiations alpha “qui peuvent facilement pénétrer les membranes à l’intérieur du corps”, explique Daryl Kimball, le directeur de l’Arms Control Association. Pour lui, la catastrophe de Fukushima est la conséquence du manque de contrôle des centrales japonaises. “Au Japon, ilsont le renard qui garde le poulailler” en matière de surveillance nucléaire, estime Daryl Kimball. Pour lui, “il est clair dans les rapports et les relevés de radioactivité, que les premières prévisions sur les coûts et impacts sur la santé de la catastrophe ont été sous-estimés. (…)C’est une catastrophe qui va coûter très cher au Japon pendant des années et des années”.Pour Joe Cirincione, le président du Ploughshares Fund, la situation est alarmante. “Cette crise est loin d’être terminée”, affirme-t-il. “Les récentes données montrent que les niveaux de radiations sont plus élevés qu’ils ne l’ont jamais été, et le plutonium dans le sol indique que des particules radioactives continuent à être crachées par les réacteurs”, explique-t-il.Le 7 juin 2011 à 14:55 • Emmanuel Perrin
Sturgeon retention in the Bonneville pool of the Columbia River will be closed beginning Feb. 18.Washington and Oregon officials agreed Wednesday on the closure date. Through Sunday, the kept catch is 831 from a guideline of 2,000 sturgeon.John North of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife said the catch is expected to be about 1,100 through Feb. 17.At a public meeting in December in The Dalles, the states were asked to save some of the catch guideline for a summer fishing period. The bite is best in the lower portion of the pool during the winter. Fishing improves in the upper pool later in the year. North said the 900 fish expected to be available after the Feb. 18 closure should be enough to allow for six days of sturgeon retention. The states are toying with three two-day seasons beginning in mid-June, he said.At The Dalles meeting, Washington and Oregon were asked to have the second season after school is out for the summer so more youth can participate.North said there was a very high catch when the Bonneville pool opened to sturgeon retention on Jan. 1. Since then, snow, ice and wind have combined to tone down angling success considerably, he added.Catch and release angling will continue when Bonneville pool is closed to sturgeon retention.North said just 27 sturgeon from The Dalles pool guideline of 300 had been caught through January and 75 of the John Day guideline of 500.A year ago, retention closed April 10 in John Day pool and July 30 in The Dalles pool.
United People’s Democratic Front (UPDF) and the like-minded indigenous organisations enforced a daylong road and waterway blockade in Khagrachhari district on Saturday protesting at the murder of an indigenous human rights activist.On Friday afternoon, UPDF leaders made the announcement of enforcing the blockade demanding the arrest of the killers of the activist, Mithun Chakma, reports UNB.Mithun was shot dead by miscreants at Pankhaiyapara in Khagrachhari sadar upazila on 3 January.Meanwhile, additional police have been deployed at different strategic points to avert any untoward incident during the blockade, officials at the district administration said.
Share In July of 1878, Vassar professor Maria Mitchell led a team of astronomers to the new state of Colorado to observe a total solar eclipse. In a field outside of Denver, they watched as the sun went dark and a feathery fan of bright tendrils — the solar corona — faded into view.But the expedition wasn’t just about catching a rare and beautiful display.Maria Mitchell was one of the earliest campaigners for equal pay. Her entire crew was female. They weren’t yet allowed to vote, but they were more than capable of adding to the scientific discourse.Plus, there was patriotic pride on the line.Since colonial times, Europeans had derided American contributions to astronomy. Yankee eclipse chasers were out prove they were as keen-eyed and insightful as any Brit or Frenchman.But this wasn’t just about America flexing its mental muscles.This eclipse, like all eclipses, was a window into the workings of the universe. Eclipses had — and still have — a lot to teach us. Pointing their telescopes at the sky, Mitchell and her colleagues were learning about the laws of physics, the chemistry of the sun’s furnace and the size, shape and distance of celestial bodies.For millennia, those brief minutes in the moon’s shadow have brought moments of brilliant discovery. They’re still important to scientists today.Skunk Bear’s latest video explores the history of eclipse science, from the earliest astronomers who began to take the measurements of the solar system, to the great thinkers who saw their wildest theories proven, to the modern scientists who still rely on eclipses to probe the sun’s secrets.____You can watch more science videos on Skunk Bear’s YouTube channel. Learn more about the current scientific investigations into solar eclipses here.Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.
Living alone can be scary, especially if you sit on your own and watch videos about numbers stations and ghost stories at night on YouTube. But it also can make you a prime candidate, in the eyes of criminals. For men and women alike, it could be dangerous to live alone, if the right ne’er-do-well decides to come preying on you. That’s why a cheeky new product called the ‘Man on the Curtain’ system in Japan is hoping to prevent. It’s a strange new projector that works via smartphone to project an image of a man on your curtain so that, to others looking in, it seems like you have a man in your home.The apartment management company Leo Palace 21 is the brains behind this operation, which you can see in the video below. The system creates a silhouette onto your curtains, which makes it seem as though there’s a man doing various activities inside. There are 12 different options, including a boxer, a martial artist, a bodybuilder, sports fan, man vacuuming, doing the laundry, and even a man doing yoga. There are plenty of different activities to choose from, in the event you need help making it seem like you don’t live alone.Each video runs on 30 minutes with various motions, so you have several hours of routines for your “shadow man” to get up to while you go about your business. It’s actually a pretty ingenious system, but you’d have to have light curtains to make it work, of course. This is a pretty awesome invention, especially if you’re consistently faced with situations where you need to make it look like someone’s home and about. While the system isn’t up for grabs for you to just purchase on your own just yet, it looks like something the general public (and outside of Japan) could really use. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target How AMC’s ‘The Terror’ Uses American History to Delive…33 Killed in Suspected Arson Attack on Kyoto Animation Studio in Japan
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