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  • Game Day Preview…Pittsburgh Steelers at NY Jets

    first_imgNew York Jets head coach Rex Ryan, left, greets Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin before an NFL football game Monday, Nov. 10, 2014, in East Rutherford. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)The Steelers have been on quite a roll here in the last three weeks, winning three straight games and seeing their offense explode. If Big Ben plays like this the rest of the year, he’ll be staring at an MVP award. Now they face a horrible NY Jets team that screams of a let down game. The black and gold typically play to the level of their competition so while this game looks like a guaranteed win, we can’t assume anything just yet. Any given Sunday…Here are the Keys to A Steelers Victory:The coaches can’t let the team look past this game. If they black and gold find themselves assuming a win, they’ll have a long day.The defense needs to continue to get pressure on the QB, in this case Mike Vick. When they get pressure, they are forcing turnovers, which is resulting in great field position for the offense and demoralizing the opposition at the same time.They need to stay healthy. It seems so simple but if they keep dropping more and more guys, their lack of depth will rear its ugly head and that will cause problems.They can’t let the Jets hang around. The worst thing you can do when playing a bad team is let them hang around too long and they begin to believe they have a chance. That’s exactly how the Steelers lost to Tampa earlier this year.Here are a Few Things to Watch:Big Ben-How can I take him off this list after the last two weeks? Can he throw another six TD’s?Antonio Brown-He’s one of the best receivers in football and he proves it each and every week.Will Allen-He’s playing for the injured Troy Polamalu. How will he do?The offense-How will they attack the Jets D? The last two weeks have been nothing short of amazing. Will they continue that level of play?last_img read more

  • 49ers mailbag: ‘Do you see Nick Mullens stepping in before season ends?’

    first_imgSANTA CLARA — Welcome, 49ers fans, to your weekly therapy session via our mailbag. Let’s unpack where things stand after a fifth straight loss and their worst to the Rams in over 50 years:The team’s been pretty tight knit, has there been any changes to that, that you’ve noticed any change from the losing? (@RJNacar) When I heard a couple offensive players reference how the 49ers defense is not creating turnovers, that made me pause. It’s true but that’s crossing party lines. As Jim Tomsula …last_img

  • Locally built Gautrains on the way

    first_img28 July 2008 Buckley said the plant boasted extensive facilities for static and dynamic testing, ensuring maximum reliability of rolling stock, irrespective of rail gauge, climatic conditions and operating requirements. He said the government would link up all the small and medium enterprises in the region with some of the people currently working on the Gautrain, a move which could turn the region into a base for the rail industry as a whole. UCW Gautrain project manager Paul Buckley said all 81 cars would be completed and ready for delivery on 24 February 2009. Once fully operational, the plant will employ 85 people – 17 of whom who are currently being trained at Bombardier’s (the train manufacturer’s) facilities in Derby in the United Kingdom. The group has been in the UK for about four months now, and are being trained in produce knowledge, competency assessments, transfer of technology training, and computer programming. Boosting economic activity Would you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material Huge challenge “We are ready, we had to be on time,” he said, adding that they company was both proud and fortunate to be entrusted with the innovative and ground-breaking transport system – the first of its kind in the country. Bombardier’s Derby assembly plant will send an additional 10 staff members to constitute the core of the assembly teams when the production commences in Nigel. “It’s not just the trains; signalling and driving are very important; we also need conductors and so forth. We need many South Africans to become artisans and become train drivers,” Shilowa said. Gauteng’s East Rand is set to realise the benefits of the Gautrain, with 81 out of 96 of the high-speed train’s coaches to be assembled at the Union Carriage and Wagon plant in Nigel, to the east of Johannesburg. “The Nigel facility is purpose designed and built for the manufacture, refurbishment and overhauling of all types of rolling stock,” he said. SAinfo reporter They are then expected to train the remaining 68 workers as part of skills and technology transfer that had been built into the Gautrain project contract. Speaking at the recent handover of the first 15 trainsets for Gautrain at Derby in the United Kingdom, Gauteng Premier Mbhazima Shilowa said: “It is my hope that as we do the rest of the work and assembly, we will boost the economic activity around Brakpan, Springs and Nigel, that will create much-needed jobs there”. UCW managing director Palello Lebaka said the company had invested some R15-million in their Nigel assembly plant to prepare it to work on coaches for the Gautrain. “More than R5-million of that amount [was] invested in training,” he said in a statement from the Gauteng provincial government last week, adding that equipping the company’s personnel with the right skills was a priority. Already, a team of three people – the project manager, operations manager and the inventory control personnel – are based at the Nigel plant to see that it is in order. Lebaka boasts that they are ready for the huge challenge, with assembly of the coaches starting next month, on 12 August, adding that the team had done well to finish the plant a month ago.last_img read more

  • Geocaching country souvenir: Malta

    first_imgWe know what you’re thinking, and no, we’re not talking about that Elmo. This Elmo is a fictional Finnish sports hero created as, “a hilarious parody of nationalistic sporting fervour, featuring a peerless athletic giant who despite his fantastic achievements, suffered from loneliness.”This cache is located at a Fort Saint Elmo in the capital city of Valletta and best known for its role in the Great Siege of Malta of 1565. This cache is best approached from the coast.The Blue Grotto – Il-HnejjaEarthCache | GC1HWV9 | by Sinclair of Rosslyn | D1.5/T2The Blue Grotto is a system of six sea caverns on the southeast coast of Malta. The most famous landmark is Il-Hnejja (The Arch). The water is an intense blue color due to the reflection of the sky off the white sandy bottom. It is possible to enter into the Blue Grotto and the other caves on “Dghajjes”, which are small Maltese boats. The Dghajjes are piloted by expert boatmen who know the surrounding waters and caves very well.To log this EarthCache, you’ll need to determine the height above sea level from the viewpoint.We announced five new Geocaching country souvenirs on Monday, December 4th. If you’ve already found a geocache in any of these countries, you’ll automatically receive the souvenir on your profile. Check out all of the geocaching souvenirs here.Share with your Friends:More Geocaching country souvenir: MaltaAfter learning about Malta for the first time, most people have the same reaction: a sudden urge to sell everything they own, hop on a plane, and spend the rest of their life on a beach, drinking wine, playing guitar, and (of course) geocaching.Malta is located in the Mediterranean Sea, 93 km (58 mi) south of Italy, 300 km (186 mi) east of Tunisia, and 333 km (207 mi) north of Libya. From April through November, the climate deliciously hovers between 20 °C (68 °F) and 30 °C (86 °F).Known for its dramatic coastline, stunningly turquoise waters, countless hidden coves, phenomenal snorkeling, rich history, decorative architecture, and vibrant culture, Malta has it all. But did you knowMalta is more than just one island, it’s an archipelago, or a chain of islands. Only the three largest islands; Malta (Malta), Gozo (Għawdex) and Comino (Kemmuna), are inhabited.There are over 1,300 rock climbing routes in Malta. It actually snows on very rare occasions. The last recorded snowfall occurred on December 31, 2014. Malta has double the amount of summer sunshine and quadruple (!!!) the amount of winter sun compared to London.Now that you’re thoroughly inspired to board the next plane, here are three must-find geocaches to earn your shiny new Malta Geocaching country souvenir!The DWEJRA – GOZOEarthCache | GC3XFYV | by bern082 | D3.5/T1.5 Located on the northern island of Gozo (Għawdex), the Dwejra Inland Sea is a lagoon within the rock coastline produced by the “caving in” of the surfaces above. A narrow tunnel, called “Ghar iz-Zerqa” (Azure Cave) because of the color of the sea, cuts through the cliffs and connects to the sea. Full of octopus, cardinal fish, barracuda, and parrotfish, Jacques Cousteau once said that Dwejra was among his favorite dives.To log this EarthCache, you’ll need to answer four questions about the rocky coastline that surrounds you.Elmo, the AthleteTraditional | GC1NZ4G  | by mjtannin | D1.5 / T3 SharePrint RelatedGeocaching country souvenir: CyprusDecember 11, 2018In “News”Five new Geocaching country souvenirsDecember 4, 2017In “Community”Geocaching country souvenir: IndonesiaDecember 12, 2018In “News”last_img read more

  • Color CEO: The Tech Justifies the $41 Million

    first_imgmike melanson Related Posts The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Tags:#Location#mobile#news#Photo Sharing Services#social networks#Social Web#web center_img Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Last night, an app called Color hit the app stores for both iOS and Android. It made a big splash for a number of reasons, not the least of which being its $41 million prelaunch funding. It has all-star founders who have a impressive track records. It launched days after, instead of before, uber tech conference SXSW. Unfortunately for the company, the app can offer a terrible experience for first-time users and appear absolutely useless to those outside of a densely packed, techie mecca like San Francisco or New York.Let’s put all that aside for a moment, however, and look at how Color works, what it does, and why it could redefine mobile, location, and online social interaction. We took some time to talk with Color CEO Bill Nguyen this afternoon and asked him about the tech behind the most talked about app this side of SXSW and here’s what he had to say.Color: Much More Than PhotosColor hit both the iTunes App Store and Android Marketplace last night, bringing with it the promise of real-time, proximity based photo sharing. Using something the company calls a “multi-lens,” the app “intelligently identifies nearby smartphones, whether at a local park or at a concert, using advanced proximity algorithms” and instantly shares photos, videos, comments and likes with them. According to Nguyen, Color is built on some serious technology. The company has six patents pending and sees itself as “much more of a research company and a data mining company than a photo sharing site.” As such, Nguyen explains that Color can ingest and analyze four times the amount of data than Google did in its early days. This, not a tech “bubble” or an early exit, justifies the $41 million investment.“We have no interest whatsoever in being acquired,” said Nguyen. “This is purely what we need to operate. There are real data needs and real capital costs.”What does this tech offer? Among other things, a new way of looking at location and proximity that, while Nguyen wouldn’t speculate, could be used in any number of ways including creating a new way of online social interaction.Research & Data Mining, You Say?The pictures and videos you take using Color are much more than just that. They’re a piece of sharable media around which Color can collect and retain a number of different data points. When you take a picture or video, Color gathers a variety of information. It collects sound levels, Bluetooth readings, light readings, antenna strength, the time – even the direction you’re pointing your phone – and more and uses it all to determine your proximity to other users. This leaves an obvious question – why not use GPS? This is where the tech we’ve been talking about comes in.“Lots of people are trying to create location-based services and using GPS,” said Nguyen. “The problem with GPS is that it doesn’t work.”Color does things differently by collecting these various data points from the phone’s sensors and then looking for proximity by looking for identical inaccuracies.“When you open the camera, that’s our big moment,” explained Nguyen. “The information we capture in a very short window is probably not that accurate, but when you compare it to lots of other people and it’s identically inaccurate, they’re probably in the same place.”The problem, of course, isn’t how to gather the data, but how to benchmark it, compare it, and accurately determine location and proximity. That’s where Color’s patent-pending technology comes in, which Nguyen credits DJ Patil, former chief scientist with LinkedIn, with creating. If you’ve used many GPS-dependent apps, then you know the battery-draining and inaccurate qualities of modern location. Color offers a way to determine location and proximity in such a non-battery draining, accurate manner that an impromptu and “elastic” social graph can be created from the data, without once ever having to purposefully check in. The ‘Elastic’ Social GraphSo, is color just another social photo sharing app? No. There are no friend designations in the app.Instead, your friends are people whose paths your own path intersects with, both in location, time and interaction. The more you interact with someone, the more persistent that connection becomes. Over time, it fades away. Ngyuen calls it the “elastic” social graph and he said it’s just one of several other ideas the company is working on patenting.“That’s the part I’ve never gotten about an online social network – to say that someone is your ‘friend.’ It’s rather kind of random. Shouldn’t relationships based on technology work the exact same as real life relationships?” asked Nguyen.In the world of Facebook, once someone is your friend, they’re your friend until you return and re-evaluate that relationship, regardless of whether or not you’ve ever spoken to them again. In reality, the relationship could have fizzled long ago, yet it’s still a bond as good as any. With Color’s “elastic” social graph, these ties can fade and disappear. Color’s ability to accurately determine location and user proximity is what makes this sort of social graph – an implied, impermanent and elastic social graph – even possible.Isn’t It All Just Bubble-Induced Hype?I’m going to go out on a limb here and say “no.” Color may have offered a terrible first impression for folks out in the boonies with nobody nearby, but it says it’s fixing that. It may have shot itself in the foot in terms of rising to the top of the App Store and raking in the new users. It may have even confused and annoyed the early adopter set with its puzzle-esque and sometimes serpentine design, but if it can really do what it proposes – change the way our social graph works by way of accurate location and proximity data – then none of that may matter. Oh, and before you ask, Nguyen said they do have a monetization plan. It hinges on advertising and one simple fact.“Our data is so accurate that we know where you are,” said Nguyen.last_img read more

  • Grading the Installation Quality of Insulation

    first_imgThe two criteria for assigning the gradeWhen the HERS rater is inspecting the insulation installation quality, they look at two criteria:Missing insulationCompression and incompletely filled areasMissing insulation. When a cavity in a building assembly has insulation installed in a way that leaves gaps, that affects the amount of heat that flows across the building envelope. More heat will pass through assemblies that have gaps. (If you want to see just how much a little bit of missing insulation can hurt performance, check out this calculation for a ceiling with an uninsulated attic hatch.) The more gaps there are, the worse the grade it gets. Here’s how the HERS Standards relate missing insulation to grade:Grade I: “Occasional very small gaps are acceptable.” In another place, the Standards say, “if the exterior sheathing is visible from the building interior through gaps in the cavity insulation material, it is not considered a ‘Grade I’ installation.” Grade II: Up to 2% missing insulationGrade III: Between 2% and 5% missing insulationIf you’re wondering what happens when you do an inspection and find that more than 5% of an assembly is missing insulation, the answer is that you have to break out the uninsulated part and model it separately. If it’s new construction, you’ll probably be telling the builder to finish insulating, but in existing homes, sometimes you have to model the uninsulated part.The illustration below (image #3), taken from the HERS Standards (Appendix A, pages A-11 to A-16), shows visually what the rater should be looking for.Compression and incomplete fill. Compression is a common problem with fiberglass batt insulation because the batts are often not cut to the proper size for the cavity.Grade I: Up to 2% of the area can have compression or incomplete fill. If a spot is incompletely filled, it must be depleted no more than 30% to attain Grade I. In other words, no more than 20 square feet of each 1000 square feet can have this problem, and even those 20 square feet must be filled to at least 70% of their intended depth.Grade II: Up to 10% of the area can have compression or incomplete fill and again must be filled to at least 70% of their intended insulation depth.Grade III: Unspecified. I take this to mean that any compression or incomplete fill that lies outside the bounds specified for Grade I or Grade II would garner that assembly a Grade III.The illustration below (image #4), again taken from the HERS Standards, shows what these conditions would look like. Making the gradeMost of the time, assigning a grade to an insulation installation isn’t really so hard. Sometimes, you look at it and see immediately that it’s Grade I. Other times, it’s immediatley obvious that it’s Grade III. The difficulty comes in when you’re on the boundary between I and II or between II and III. That’s when you might need to dig a little deeper and get out your measuring tape. If you want to learn more about this, download a copy of the HERS Standards (link below) and read pages A-11 through A-16 in Appendix A. If you’re a home builder or insulation contractor working with HERS raters, it’s important to know exactly what they’re looking for.Putting a grade on the installation of insulation and doing inspections before drywall goes into new homes were two of the biggest changes that RESNET and ENERGY STAR introduced six years ago. New homes that have gone through this process have gotten a lot better as a result. GBA Encyclopedia: Batt and Blanket InsulationInstalling Fiberglass RightHow to Install Cellulose Insulation Download the HERS Standards: 2006 National Mortgage Industry Home Energy Rating System Standards (pdf) A home energy rating includes energy modeling to see how energy efficient a home is or will be. Most HERS ratings have been done for new homes that are seeking to qualify for a program’s label or certification, such as the ENERGY STAR new homes program. The rater gathers all the information about the building envelope, the heating and cooling systems, ventilation, water heating, lights, and appliances. The data go into the energy rating software, which does the calculations and comes up with estimated annual consumption and costs as well as a number called the HERS Index.center_img The three grades: I, II, and IIIThe R-value of the insulation in all the insulated building assemblies (walls, ceilings, floors) can have a big effect on the results. Now that raters put a grade on the installation quality, it helps the rater develop a more accurate energy model of the home. When a rater goes in and looks at the insulation, they’ve got to record each assembly as having a Grade I, Grade II, or Grade III insulation installation quality.Note: This protocol applies to all types of cavity insulation, not just fiberglass batts. Spray foam, cellulose, and mineral wool can all be installed with gaps, compression, and incompletely filled areas, and they can all be installed well.Grade I is the best. This means that the insulation is installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions. It completely fills the cavity in the case of air-permeable insulation and also is encapsulated on six sides (with an exception for IECC climate zones 1-3). It’s cut around electrical junction boxes, split around wires and pipes, and generally not compressed.Grade II is second best. There’s some allowance for imperfections in the installation but overall, it’s still not too bad. The HERS Standards say a Grade II installation can have “moderate to frequent installation defects: gaps around wiring, electrical outlets, plumbing and other intrusions; rounded edges or “shoulders”; or incomplete fill…”Grade III is the lowest grade. It has “substantial gaps and voids.”The energy rating software models these three grades differently. When the rater enters Grade I, the software calculates according 100% of the cavity insulation having the R-value entered. When the rater enters Grade II, the software models the cavities as having 98% of their area insulated to the given R-value and 2% uninsulated. For Grade III, 95% of the cavity area is calculated with the given R-value and 5% is treated as uninsulated. (The reason for these particular numbers should become clear to you below.) Six years ago, RESNET published a major revision of the HERS Standards, officially named the 2006 Mortgage Industry National Home Energy Rating Systems Standards. One important new feature in the standards was the grading of insulation installation quality. Before this change, R-13 insulation installed poorly (as shown in the second photo, below) was equivalent to any other R-13 insulation, including insulation with impeccable installation quality (as shown at the top of this article).If you know any HERS raters, you’ve probably heard the debates about the various types of insulation and the poor quality of installation they sometimes see. (OK, you’re right; it’s more than just an occasional sighting.) In fact, the Green Curmudgeon’s suggestion that maybe we ought to consider banning batt insulation has generated a discussion that won’t die.So, how exactly does this system of grading the installation quality of insulation work? Raters have been doing it for six years now, so it’s time for the rest of you to find out what they’re doing. First, a brief overview: RELATED ARTICLES Allison Bailes of Decatur, Georgia, is a RESNET-accredited energy consultant, trainer, and the author of the Energy Vanguard blog.last_img read more

  • Soltones still adjusting to new role as assistant coach for San Sebastian

    first_imgSEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Pennisi retires after 17 seasons in PBA LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd PLAY LIST 02:25PH women’s volleyball team motivated to deliver in front of hometown crowd00:50Trending Articles01:58With new role in drug war, Robredo might ‘baby’ the drug lords – Bong Go01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games View comments Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Read Next Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. LATEST STORIES WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding The bubbly Soltones kept her eyes on the game the Lady Stags lost in straight sets against Far Eastern University, 25-17, 25-21, 25-14, and she still pictured herself jumping and running around on the floor instead of sitting at the bench.“I still can’t believe that I’m coaching and not playing for my school,” said Soltones in Filipino Sunday at Filoil Flying V Centre.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutSoltones had her former teammate Kath Villegas joining her on the sidelines and the two were bombarded with teases from the younger Lady Stags. “Our former teammates were teasing us and calling us ‘coach’ sarcastically and yeah it’s still a new experience for us.” FILE PHOTO – Gretchel Soltones, center, sits on the San Sebastian bench. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netGrethcel Soltones, for the better part of her five-year collegiate career, has been the undoubted face of San Sebastian winning the NCAA MVP trophy three times.And on Sunday she’s back donning the red-and-gold of the Lady Stags not as a player, but as an assistant coach.ADVERTISEMENT Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspensionlast_img read more

  • James Rodriguez: World Cup’s leading goal scorer going home!

    first_imgColombia’s James Rodriguez walks off the field in tears after his team’s 2-1 loss to Brazil Full of tears and inconsolable, the World Cup’s leading scorer is going home.Statistical Highlights | Match Photos James Rodriguez put Colombia back into the match against Brazil by scoring a late penalty Friday, but it wasn’t enough. The playmaker then broke down after his team lost 2-1 in the quarterfinals.”We are sad, but we are so proud because we left everything out there,” Rodriguez said. “We gave everything to advance. Men also cry, especially when you feel like this.”Brazil defender David Luiz, whose superb free kick turned out to be the deciding goal, tried to comfort Rodriguez, putting his arm around him. The players exchanged shirts and Luiz applauded Rodriguez as he slowly walked toward the tunnel.Before he got there, Colombia coach Jose Pekerman gave him a hug.”I tried to calm him down because he deserves huge congratulations,” Pekerman said.At 22, Rodriguez had become the most feared man among Brazil fans. His six goals are two more than Brazil forward Neymar has managed and his 80th-minute penalty ignited a late surge in Fortaleza that made the home fans tense.”He is an outstanding player, a huge talent, he has ambitions,” Pekerman said. “He has tried to do his best in a hard match. This is an elimination that leaves one of the best players in the World Cup out of the tournament.”One of his goals against Uruguay in the second round has been described as among the best of the tournament, when he chested down the ball and volleyed it past the goalkeeper.advertisementWhile Rodriguez couldn’t pull off a similar moment of brilliance to equalize against Brazil, there were glimpses of his talent. In a match that saw 54 fouls between both teams and many of them committed against Rodriguez, he was still able to drive forward and at times move past defenders with ease.When Radamel Falcao was cut from Colombia’s final 23-man squad because he failed to recover from a serious knee injury, many thought the South American team would exit the tournament at the group stage. But a new Colombian star has emerged and big things will be expected of him.”He will show in the future,” Pekerman said, “that he can be one of the best.”last_img read more

  • Making her mark

    first_imgLike all touch football players, Victorian Taylor Mason wants to play at the highest level.But in a sport where their national team is made up of mostly players from New South Wales and Queensland, it’s difficult for players from other states and territories to be selected.Well, times are changing.At the Trans-Tasman Touch Series in Mudgee in April, Leah Percy became the first player from Victoria to play for an Open’s at the national level.Mason was part of the contingent of 20 people who made the trip from the southern state to the wine capital of NSW’s Central West to cheer Percy on.And it was an experience Mason won’t forget.“Seeing Australia play New Zealand was amazing and to play a few games up there was cool,” she said.Those games Mason was referring to were the three trial matches against Mudgee’s mixed opens team – the Mudcrabs – who were preparing for the Country Championships.Watching Percy wear the green and gold has inspired this 16-year-old to dream big.“I want to try and make the Australian team but right now I want to make the Alliance for Elite 8s next year,” Mason said.Although one of the youngest in the Victorian girls team contesting this week’s X-Blades National Youth Championships (NYC) at Port Macquarie, Mason is one of the most experience.“I got ask to try out for state about four years ago and it just went on from there.“I played opens for Victoria; we went away in March to the NTLs [National Touch League] and had a really good tournament.”Victoria finished third in the women’s opens – their best ever result at the national championships.Mason said her Victorian teammates are hoping to cause a few headaches for the stronger teams from NSW and Queensland at this week’s NYC.“We will go all right. Hopefully get a few wins under our belt.“It’s more about developing and the experience in this tournament,” Mason said.For more information on the NYC, check out these websites:NYC – www.nyc.mytouchfooty.comTouch Football Australia – www.austouch.com.auRelated LinksMaking her marklast_img read more

  • 9 months agoNapoli coach Ancelotti confident keeping PSG target Allan

    first_imgNapoli coach Ancelotti confident keeping PSG target Allanby Carlos Volcano9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveNapoli coach Carlo Ancelotti is confident keeping hold of Allan.The midfielder is being linked with PSG.Ancelotti said, “I am not afraid of losing Allan, as the club wants to remain competitive. “We are just evaluating the possibility of loaning a player or two out, as Amin Younes and Vlad Chiriches are returning from injury and we don’t want the squad to be too large.“I don’t foresee any big moves in the January transfer market. Let’s not try to hide the fact Marko Rog is the most likely to be loaned out.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img