0Shares0000The clash will take place at the Allianz Arena at 22:15 local time.LONDON, United Kingdom, June 12 – Manchester United have revealed that they will play Bayern Munich in their final club friendly ahead of the 2018/19 Premier League season.The Red Devils, who finished their recently completed season as runners-up behind winners Manchester City, will face the runaway Bundesliga champions in Germany on August 5. The clash will take place at the Allianz Arena at 22:15 local time.Prior to heading to Germany, Jose Mourinho’s side will face Club America, San Jose Earthquakes, AC Milan, Liverpool and Real Madrid, all in the United States.The two clubs had made the announcement while joking on Twitter, with United posting: “Available in early August to visit a big club in Germany for a final pre-season game of the summer. Any takers?”Bayern responded with: “The only takers we’re interested in are for good penalties, and as an English club, you guys probably wouldn’t know about that… ????”United cheekily responded by posting: “Just as well that we didn’t need them to beat you in the #UCL final back in 1999 then, isn’t it? ??”But Bayern had the final say: “Looks like we hit a nerve there! How about this pre-season friendly in August, then? Let’s hope your football is better than your jokes…”Meanwhile, Manchester United Executive Vice Chairman, Ed Woodward, said: “The team are facing some of the world’s toughest opponents over the course of pre-season, in top class stadiums which will allow a significant number of our supporters to get closer to the team they love.“The competitive feel throughout the summer programme will provide a great platform for the squad, giving them the best possible preparation ahead of the new campaign.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
OAKLAND – The words carried plenty of significance, both because of DeMarcus Cousins’ experience with an Achilles injury and his close friendship with Washington Wizards guard John Wall.Wall, who already had season-ending surgery on his left heel on Jan. 8, will be sidelined for about the next 12 months after rupturing his left Achilles tendon on Tuesday. The Wizards said that Wall slipped and fell at his home last week. So, Cousins spoke with Wall on Tuesday morning.“It sucks. It’s …
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Share with your Friends:More Geocaching doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. That’s especially true when the winter days grow short. A group of Ontario, Canada geocachers known as the BFL Crew go night caching every Friday. Once a year though, it’s not just a few people on the hunt for night caches – more than two hundred geocachers take the woods after dark. Saturday, October 29 will mark the sixth annual “BFL BOOT CAMP.”The cache page promises, “an evening full of mischief planned, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy it.” John Robb of teamvoyagr is one of more than 15 organizers for the event. He’s been introducing people to night caching for years. He says, “It is natural for people to be apprehensive about going in the woods at night to find caches. Your senses become heightened. You have to keep your eyes open for branches, roots, rocks and other obstacles that are in your path. Noises sound different and much closer at night. The creaking tree always seems closer when it’s dark. This heightened sensitivity is what makes night caching so much fun. You feel the experience more than you see it. ”BFL Boot CampThe night caching community has grown over the last six years of BFL Boot Camp. Attendance for the 2011 event has already climbed to more than 200 “will attends” and there’s still time to register.John says part of that success of the event is experiencing the joy of night caching and part of it is enjoying the geocaching community. Hey says, “The BFL Bootcamp combines the fun of caching at night with the group camaraderie of caching with friends. Small groups form up and head out to find the caches. The event runs from 2100h to 0400h and over the course of the night groups will encounter each other on the trails. At those meetings previous finders pass on encouragement and warnings about the challenges of certain caches. As word spreads anticipation mounts.”This year John says there’s more to experience at night than any other BFL Boot Camp. He says, “This year there have been caches that use reflectors, ultra-violet light (UV), infra-red light, glow in the dark, lasers, LEDs, polarized light, Wherigo and one even used braille.”If you can’t make it Ontario for the BFL Bootcamp, John offers this advice for your own night caching event, “Start with the basics. Not everyone wants to go traipsing through the woods at night. Create some caches that aren’t too complicated so that people can be rewarded for overcoming their apprehension with a find or two. Finding a night cache is more about your awareness skills than it is about your GPSr. ”Here’s four easy tips from John about how to get started night caching in small groups:1) Find a Partner: (or partners): John says, “[We] encourage group searching. We don’t advise doing anything in the woods alone at night.”BFL Boot Camp2) Light up the Night: John says, “Another important point about night caching is having good lights. An LED headlamp is the best type of light to use. FireTacks [special reflectors] seem to show up better with an LED light. Anything that is retro reflective is much brighter the closer the light source is to your eye.” You may also want to bring a UV light. Many night caching clues involve UV light.3)Don’t go Dark: John says, “And don’t forget the extra batteries.”4) Be Aware: Check out some of these favorite night caches to see what’s out there. John says, “Blind Man’s Bluff (GC2G4AV) which required the finder to use locate six tubes that had braille numbers punched on the inside. Underworld (GC2D81G). This cache required the finder to enter several slot caves in the Niagara Escarpment and locate reflectors. This was a physically as well as mentally challenging cache. A tricky cache from two years ago was Signs of Night (GC1Y19Z). The simplicity of this cache can fool you. My group couldn’t figure it out without the help of the hint. I really enjoyed this cache for its elegant simplicity.”For more on night caching check out this Geocaching.com video. SharePrint RelatedJanuary Geocacher of the Month Nominees – Add Your CommentFebruary 7, 2014In “Community”August’s Geocacher of the Month: I hope you’re not afraid of awesomeAugust 20, 2014In “Community”Announcing the April 2015 Geocacher of the MonthMay 13, 2015In “Community”
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I’ve met people that knew from a very young age that they wanted to be lawyers, doctors, writers, police officers, and fire fighters. My younger brother, Jason, knew he wanted to be a professional stand up comedian when he was in third grade (His teacher gave him an assignment to draw a picture of what he wanted to be when he grew up. He drew a stick figure with the words “comedy man” scribbled above it).I don’t know any person that grew up dreaming of being a salesperson. I am sure there must be someone somewhere that grew up dreaming of carrying a bag, but I’ve never met that person (and I have met a lot of salespeople).So how do you know if sales is your path?To be honest, I have no idea how to answer this question. But since a young reader wrote to me to ask me to answer the question, I’ll do my best to share a few thoughts.If you don’t love what you do, then you stop doing it and do something else. You only get one ride on this great, spinning rock. That ticket is good for about 80 or so trips around the Sun and then you are greeted with an evicition notice. So far, there’s no appeal. I can’t think of one good reason not to do what makes you happy. If selling doesn’t make you happy, then do what does make you happy (Unless you decide to become an entrepreneur. If you believe that being an entrepreneur isn’t a sales job, you are in for a seriously big surprise).If you aren’t happy prospecting and opening relationships, if you don’t relish the challenge and rewards of creating a relationship out of thin air, then selling might not be your path. If you aren’t comfortable working on the line between conflict and collaboration, then selling might not be your path. If you would rather be told what to do, repeating the same tasks over and over again without being required to use all of your persistence, all of your initiative, and every ounce of your resourcefulness, sales might not be your path. I could make an exhaustive list here, but it won’t help.I love selling because I love the competition and challenge. I love creating value by solving problems. And I love helping other people get results that they wouldn’t get without my help. But that’s me. That’s my path. Yours is different.No one can answer the questions as to what your path should be for you. Most people won’t even bother to give you good advice. They’ll tell you to play it safe in a world that punishes people that do so. The best I can offer is that you shouldn’t do something that doesn’t make you happy, and to know that discovering your path is your path—and it might take you a lot of years to stumble upon it. Get the Free eBook! Want to master cold calling? Download my free eBook! Many would have you believe that cold calling is dead, but the successful have no fear of the phone; they use it to outproduce their competitors. Download Now
Caught between the Congress-ruled government, the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) and the Rajasthan State Sports Council (RSSC), the Sawai Mansingh Stadium stadium, which was till recently rated among the top four cricket grounds in India, now lies in a shambles.Adding to the ignominy is the fact that now the ground will not host the Irani Trophy match scheduled to take place between September 21 and 25. BCCI Grounds and Pitches Committee chairman V. Sundaram inspected the ground on September 8 and declared the stadium unfit for the match.The ruling has deprived the home team – which had won the Ranji Trophy twice in a row and were to face the Rest of India in the match – of the benefit of playing on home turf.The Sawai Mansingh Stadium stadium, which was till recently rated among the top four cricket grounds in India, now lies in a shambles.Last month, the RSSC had taken over the ground and had barred the RCA from carrying out any maintenance work at the stadium. The council is headed by Shiv Charan Mali who enjoys the status and facilities of a minister of state thanks to his proximity to Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.Ever since Mali took over two years ago, the council’s questionable decisions, such as locking the gates for cricketers prior to crucial practice sessions, denying entry to trucks bringing repair material etc, have led to the once internationally known stadium to become the laughing stock of the cricketing fraternity.Even though the local media and the RCA had warned that preventing routine repair works from being carried out at the stadium would result in the ground being declared unfit for the Irani Trophy match cut no ice with Gehlot’s men. Incessant rains necessitated that the ground be taken care of in a professional manner. However, that didn’t happen. The ground was handed to the RCA a little before the inspection was to be carried out. By then the “unfit” verdict for the stadium was a foregone conclusion.advertisementThough Mali is being blamed for this fiasco, the RCA, headed by CP Joshi, the union surface transport minister, is not doing any wonders either. Joshi has been unable to decide if he wants to run it professionally or just remain a figurehead. A non-entity, KK Sharma, a junior officer with the state government, is the RCA secretary. Like Mali, he isn’t also known for his vision or professionalism either.While Joshi and Gehlot remain at loggerheads due to state politics, Mali is busy queering the pitch for Joshi. In turn, Joshi’s indecisiveness has added to the RCA and thus cricket’s misfortune.Amid all this, cricket lovers are recalling the times when BJP’s Vasundhara Raje was chief minister and under her patronage Lalit Modi had helped bring the Sawai Mansingh Stadium on par with international standards.With the Irani Trophy cancelled, the biggest losers amid all this is the Rajasthan home team and the cricket lovers.
The afternoon matches saw some upsets, some blow outs and a lot of rain. Read on for a summary and some results. Mens Open: Stephen Swan scored five touchdowns, the highest individual tally in one game at this NTL so far, in the Brisbane City Cobras 14-6 win over the Barbarians. The Southern Suns are the only pool one team who is undefeated, although they were only narrow winners over the Tropical Queensland Cyclones 5-3. The Sydney Mets and Brisbane City Cobras sit at the top of pool two, having won all of their matches except their draw together. Anthony Ziade led the Mets with three touchdowns in a 9-1 win over the Crusaders in round four. Womens Open: Mary Steele scored her third touchdown hat trick of the tournament in the Brisbane City Cobras 12-1 win over the Northern Eagles, leaving them second in pool one after their narrow defeat to the Gold Coast Sharks earlier in the day. The Gold Coast Sharks are still undefeated after another win, 4-0 over the Tropical Queensland Cyclones. Pool two is being dominated by the Sydney Mets who finished today with another easy win 8-1 over the Sydney Scorpions. Mixed Open: Justin Robson was the top scorer for the fourth round in the Mixed competition. He had three touchdowns in the Gold Coast Sharks 9-2 win over the Hunter-Western Hornets. The Sharks remain undefeated and top of pool two. The Sydney Mets are still undefeated and look to be a very strong all-around team with no individual player standing out in the scoring department. The Hornets, Southern Suns and Tropical Queensland Cyclones are all still winless in the Mixed competition. Mens 20 years: With rounds four and five played during the day and then round six filling the last timeslot, it was a big day for the 20 years competition. The Sydney Rebels have continued to play on, despite having team numbers reduced to seven after injuries and drop outs. Obviously they have struggled for good results, going down 17-1 and 18-1 in rounds four and five. Cameron Nicholls, Dean Springfield and Joel Hall all scored three touchdowns for the Sydney Mets in their win over the Rebels. Hamish Jones had four touchdowns and Haiden Baker and Jai Bonner helped out with three a piece in the Gold Coast Sharks 18-1 win over the Rebels. In other games today the Tropical Queensland Cyclones narrowly defeated the Crusaders 7-6 while the Southern Suns drew the Sunshine Coast Razorbacks 4-4. Womens 20 years: After five rounds the Gold Coast Sharks are the only undefeated Womens 20 years team and are looking strong heading into the second half of the competition. The competition is tight though with four teams all within one win of the Sharks. The Sydney Mets looked strong today beating the Sunshine Coast Razorbacks 7-5 with Kataraina Withell scoring three touchdowns. The Brisbane City Cobras and the Crusaders are the only two teams yet to win a match in the competition, although they have both secured a draw. Results: Mens Open- Round 4 Sydney Scorpions def Hunter-Western Hornets: 7-4 Southern Suns def Tropical Queensland Cyclones: 5-3 Gold Coast Sharks def Northern Eagles: 10-2 Sydney Mets def Crusaders: 9-1 Brisbane City Cobras def Southern Cross Barbarians: 14-6 Sunshine Coast Razorbacks def Sydney Rebels: 7-2 Womens Open- Round 4 Brisbane City Cobras def Northern Eagles: 12-1 Gold Coast Sharks def Tropical Queensland Cyclones: 4-0 Sydney Rebels def Hunter-Western Hornets: 5-2 Southern Cross Barbarians def Southern Suns: 6-4 Sunshine Coast Razorbacks def Crusaders: 1-0 Sydney Mets def Sydney Scorpions: 8-1 Mixed Open- Round 4 Sydney Mets def Tropical Queensland Cyclones: 7-1 Southern Cross Barbarians def Southern Suns: 5-2 Gold Coast Sharks def Hunter-Western Hornets: 9-2 Brisbane City Cobras def Sunshine Coast Razorbacks: 8-1 Sydney Rebels def Crusaders: 5-3 Sydney Scorpions: Bye Mens 20 years- Round 4 Tropical Queensland Cyclones def Crusaders: 7-6 Southern Suns def Northern Eagles: 7-4 Brisbane City Cobras def Sunshine Coast Razorbacks: 6-2 Sydney Mets def Sydney Rebels: 17-1 Gold Coast Sharks: Bye Round 5: Gold Coast Sharks def Sydney Rebels: 18-1 Northern Eagles def Crusaders: 6-1 Southern Suns drew Sunshine Coast Razorbacks: 4-4 Sydney Mets def Tropical Queensland Cyclones: 9-1 Brisbane City Cobra’s: Bye Womens 20 years- Round 4 Sydney Rebels def Brisbane City Cobras: 5-0 Gold Coast Sharks def Southern Suns: 5-4 Sydney Mets Sunshine Coast Razorbacks: 7-1 Tropical Queensland def Cyclones Crusaders 8-3 Hunter-Western Hornets: Bye Round 5: Gold Coast Sharks def Tropical Queensland Cyclones: 7-1 Southern Suns def Brisbane City Cobras: 8-3 Hunter-Western Hornets def Sunshine Coast Razorbacks: 7-5 Sydney Mets def Sydney Rebels: 4-2 Crusaders: Bye media contact: Rachel Moyle, 042 223 3165
TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Brother of AC Milan signing Lucas Paqueta trialling with Monzaby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveAC Milan signing Lucas Paqueta has been joined by brother Matheus in Italy.MilanNews reports Matheus is trialling with Silvio Berlusconi’s Monza.The Brazilian is training with Monza, who are currently 12th in the Serie C Girone B table.The club is situation very close to Milan, so the two brothers will be able to live nearby.Matheus currently plays for Brazilian second division side Avai.
Tottenham watching Doherty situation at Wolvesby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham are watching Matt Doherty’s situation at Wolves.The right wing-back has been one of promoted Wolves’ star performers in the Premier League.He has three goals and four assists to help Nuno Espirito Santo’s men into the top 10.Now he is in talks for a new contract which will at least double his money.The Mirror says Tottenham are monitoring developments after being impressed with the former Bohemians player who moved to Wolves in 2010. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say