Miroslav Klose who has been a winner of the World Cup tournament four years ago and now Germany coach has called for the 2018 squad to do their talking on the pitch, where it counts.Klose who has a record as World Cup goalscorer with 16 strikes in his career believes that Germany will thrive when the pressure is at its highest, just like they did in his playing days with Die Mannschaft.While referring to Germany’s playoff win over Sweden to qualify for the 2002 World Cup in South Korea and Japan, Klose told reporters in Sochi on Thursday via The Bundesliga, saying“That was the first time I’d seen what those pressure games are like,”“We played our best games under pressure, so I’m very positive for Saturday.”After Mexico defeated Germany, Klose believes the time for excuses is long gone.Top 5 Bundesliga players to watch during the weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Bundesliga’s Top 5 players to watch next weekend.The German…“I don’t like all the excuses: grass too long, bad referee, sun too strong, I’m not the type for that,” Klose explained.“Things are decided on the pitch. I’ve always been in that mindset and have been trying to pull the others the same way.“Enough has been said, now it’s time to deliver.”“We have players who have the character to progress,” Klose said. “We have a spine, the leaders who are in the team. This axis must take us forward.”“We need to make deep runs in the channels, and for that, we need the players who make these runs, who don’t always go to the ball but also look to open up the game and make clear spaces and paths for others.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, January 18, 2018 – Providenciales – A confrontation on New Years Day in the Turks and Caicos on one its top 5 coastal spots – Taylor Bay Beach – led to this on Saturday; residents braved cool, rainy weather to hold a protest beach party where at least three former country leaders showed up to demonstrate solidarity in a case where a private homeowner claims he owns the beach property.“I will charge you for trespassing” said the homeowner.There is a circulating cell phone video captured by the Turks and Caicos Islander affronted by the man, who has the law all wrong. No one can own a beach because they are public. However, another former chief minister in a press conference just days after the confrontation explained the public beach access is missing and remains an unsettled matter since in the 1980s.“…the Crown, on the CPL for the community roads in The Bight actually entered into a CPL with another local company….the issue of access apparently has never been completely settled.” Related Items: These photographs show all races and all sectors, current and former government leaders coming out to demonstrate to the homeowner that he is way off base with the claims of being owner of Taylor Bay Beach, many have also charged the man with racism. A petition to protest the lack of public beach access is now launched.
Listen X 00:00 /01:04 The backlog means detained immigrants will spend months longer behind bars, even though detained cases are prioritized in the courts and tend to move much faster. “If you look at the average time it takes for a case to be completed, even under real priority situation, it’s gone up from 120 days on average, which is four months, to 173 days,” said Susan Long, director of Syracuse University’s TRAC research center, which tracks immigration law enforcement data. Non-detained immigrants face even longer wait times, though they are given work permissions while they wait. Some court dates are scheduled as far out as 2022. “They just don’t know, are they going to be able to keep their jobs?” said Pasch. “If they purchase a home are they going to be able to keep that home?”Houston’s courts also saw an increased backlog, with the number of pending cases now over 53,000. Looking at just the last two months of available data, Houston courts saw a 6% case increase, while the backlog at Conroe’s detained courts spiked 62%. Elizabeth Trovall/Houston Public MediaThis photo shows the outside of the detained courts at the ICE Houston Service Processing Center.Texas saw a 30% increase in pending immigration cases over the last two years, reaching a backlog of more than 119,000 cases, according to a report by Syracuse University. That’s nearly 30,000 cases more than in September 2016.Since Trump took office, the number of cases pending nationwide grew nearly 50% to more than 809,000. Immigration attorney Julie Pasch said a number of policy changes may have contributed to the backlog. One such change is that judges no longer have the authority to administratively close certain cases. Another potential factor is dockets being reshuffled, according to Pasch.TRAC ReportsImmigration Court Backlog in Texas (TRAC Reports)Pasch also said the shift in ICE priorities, which focuses on deporting all undocumented immigrants, not just criminals, has likely contributed to the increase in pending cases. “Part of what’s clogging up the courts is there are all these people that the Trump administration sees to be priorities for removal because everybody is a priority for removal,” said Pasch. “And it’s taking immigration judges’ time away from cases where there are legitimate controversies.” To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share
Nordic telco TeliaSonera grew its TV base across most of its markets during the final quarter of 2014. TeliaSonera had 697,000 TV customers in its major market, Sweden, at the end of last year, up 8.7% on the figure for December 2013. TeliaSonera added 16,000 TV customers in the final quarter of the year, along with 15,000 broadband customers, taking its broadband total to 1.275 million, up 5.5% year-on-year.Overall, the telco saw fixed revenues fall by 3% as increased broadband and TV revenues could not fully compensate for the decline in telephony revenues.In Finland TeliaSonera had 481,000 TV customers, up 10.3% year-on-year, but growing by only 4,000 over the last quarter.TV homes in Denmark numbered 20,000, up by 12.7%. Estonian subsidiary Elion had 166,000 TV customers, up a modest 1.8% year-on-year. In Lithuania, subsidiary Teo numbered 187,000 TV customers, up 8.7%, with 7,000 homes added over the quarter (see separate story).
SES-10 launches onboard a SpaceX vehicleSES returned to growth in the first quarter on the back of its enterprise and mobility business, a return to growth in the government sector and continued progress in HDTV. However, the group’s video revenue dropped significantly year-on-year on a like-for-like basis.The company posted revenues of €540.6 million, up 12.2% and net profit of €128.4 million, up 11.5%. The company’s all-important contract backlog also increased from €7.6 billion to €7.8 billion.Video revenue grew by 4.5% to €353.4 million, but dropped by 4.2% to on a like-for-like basis on lower periodic and services revenue.SES expects slight growth in the video business this year. Video now accounts for 65% of the group’s overall business as against 71% a year ago.SES has also reshaped its market-facing organisation, splitting its video and data-centric activities into SES Video and SES Networks on the back of its acquisition of O3b Networks. Ferdinand Kayser, formerly chief commercial officer, is now CEO of SES Video, while former O3b CEO Steve Collar, has been named as CEO of SES Networks, which comprises the enterprise, mobility and government business lines and includes O3b Networks.The first quarter 2017 results were fully in line with our expectations. SES returned to growth in Q1 2017 with all of our data-centric markets developing positively, and we remain well placed to deliver sustained growth in all four of our market verticals,” said president and CEO Karim Michel Sabbagh.“The restructuring of SES’s go-to-market organisation model, with the creation of two natural business units, represents a further acceleration of our market-centric strategy. With SES Video and SES Networks, we are coalescing our differentiated capabilities to best serve customers globally. The launch of SES-10 on SpaceX’s first ever mission using a flight-proven rocket was a further step towards more efficient launch capabilities, and is yet another demonstration of SES’s strategy of working with our industrial partners to be at the forefront of innovation.”