11 Jan
2020

All Stewart, all the time

first_imgSham, a NASCAR novice, said getting in on the ground floor was part of his attraction to the concept. “This is the tip of the iceberg on how people will watch television 25 years from now,” Sham said. Or perhaps 25 months from now. – From News Services Come Sunday afternoon, Brad Sham will commence calling Tony Stewart’s race at the Daytona 500. While Darrell Waltrip and the rest of the folks at Fox are calling the entire 43-driver field for a national television audience, Sham will be calling Stewart’s race for DirecTV subscribers on Channel 795. At his side will be analyst Ray Dunlap from SPEED Channel. This Tony Stewart channel will have dedicated cameras and microphones to ensure all-Tony, all-the-time coverage. Four other drivers will receive similar treatment. The Daytona day of Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick, Michael Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt Jr. also will be dissected ad nauseum. center_img 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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25 Dec
2019

‘GARDA WITH NO CAR CASE’ RAISED IN THE DAIL

first_imgDONEGAL TD Padraig Mac Lochlainn today challenged Taoiseach Enda Kenny over a case here where a burglary victim had to give a Garda a lift to the crime scene.Deputy Mac Lochlainn used leaders questions in the Dail today to raise the issue.Taoiseach Mr Kenny claimed new rosters had increased contact between Gardai and rural communities. But Deputy Mac Lochlainn also raised the issue of crime scenes not being visited by investigating Gardai due to lack of personnel.On the Newtowncunningham incident – where the woman gave a Garda a lift – the Sinn Fein TD told Mr Kenny: “We now have a situation where all warnings from the Garda Representatives Association are coming through on the ground.“There isn’t enough personnel and there aren’t enough vehicles to provide back- up to our communities.”He asked the Taoiseach to urgently review the impact of the cuts with Justice Minister Alan Shatter and for him to meet the Garda commissioner and put in place a plan which will reassure communities in Border areas. Mr Kenny could be seen smirking as he got to his feet to respond and used the opportunity to have a go at Sinn Fein.“I am taken by your new found concern for the Gardai and law and order and for the welfare of our citizens. I commend you for your comments,” said the Taoiseach.He said the new rosters were working well and it is being monitored.Mr Kenny then said he recalled an incident many years ago where a Garda commandeered a vehicle to go on a poitin raid in north Donegal. He said those days were now gone.He said he was aware that many Garda cars were reaching the end of their lives but he promised to raise the Co Donegal incident with Mr Shatter and Gardai. Deputy Mac Lochlainn said he would pass the details to Mr Kenny but the Donegal TD referred to comments from the GRA who claim the new rosters would increase crime.“The guards on the ground – no-one blames them – but there is a problem here,” he said.He claimed one in five Garda vehicles have been withdrawn and not replaced and accused Minister Shatter of “passing the buck” over the issue.Mr Kenny referred to Sinn Fein’s support for the closure of 36 PSNI stations in the North and defended Minister Shatter. “I am not glossing over anything here,” insisted the Taoiseach, who went on to praise the work of Gardai.He said the GRA were “never quiet” and what they had to say was always considered by the Minister.‘GARDA WITH NO CAR CASE’ RAISED IN THE DAIL was last modified: July 4th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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21 Dec
2019

Revealed: Donegal people earn lowest incomes in Ireland

first_imgDonegal people have the lowest incomes in the country, new CSO figures reveal.The average household in Donegal takes in €32,259, which is €12,000 below the national average.Households in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown had the highest median gross income at €66,203 in 2016, when the study was taken. Donegal also has the lowest income per person among the working population, where the average pay is €24,626 a year.In contrast, one in five households in Donegal received the majority of their income from working age social welfare payments.The geographical study looked health, wealth and education, finding that Donegal had the highest proportion of medical card holders in Ireland. Nearly half (48.4%) of people in Donegal had a medical card in 2016.Looking at the impact of education on income, the study found that people with an honours degree education in Donegal also earned some of the lowest wages in the country. Donegal people with an honours degree qualification as their highest level of education had the second lowest earnings at €34,537 per year. Carlow was the lowest at €34,326.Infographic by CSO   Revealed: Donegal people earn lowest incomes in Ireland was last modified: June 21st, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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20 Dec
2019

Live updates: Warriors vs. Heat, Sunday at 5:30 p.m.

first_imgClick HERE if you’re unable to view the gallery on your mobile device. Join us Sunday at 5:30 for live news and analysis from Oracle Arena when the streaking Warriors face the Miami Heat.The Warriors (39-15), who needed to rally to beat the lowly Suns in Phoenix on Friday, hope to avoid falling into a hole when the Heat (25-28) come to town. Miami’s Dwyane Wade is set to make his final regular season appearance in Oakland. The 13-time All-Star scored 15 points off the bench Friday in …last_img

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18 Dec
2019

Flying Art

first_imgQantas has unveiled a new Boeing 737-800 in Seattle featuring a striking ingenious art livery as a flying tribute to the world’s oldest continuing culture.It is the fourth aircraft in Qantas’ flying art series in partnership with Australian designers Balarinji that began with the first Indigenous livery “Wunala Dreaming” on a 747 aircraft in 1994.Balarinji’s livery design is inspired by the work of late West Australian Aboriginal painter, Paddy Bedford.The livery is an interpretation of the 2005 painting “Medicine Pocket” which captures the essence of Mendoowoorrji, Paddy Bedford’s mother country in the East Kimberly region of Western Australia.It is joint initiative between the airline, the family and estate of Paddy Bedford, Australian Indigenous design studio Balarinji and the National Gallery of Australia. The Balarinji Design Studio has collaborated on the design of all four flying art designs.Qantas chief executive Alan Joyce said “as Australia’s national carrier we will fly this livery with great pride. It not only reflects our rich history as a country, it highlights the opportunities we have to promote our indigenous culture to the Australian public and international customers.”Newly announced Qantas Ambassador Indigenous AFL player Adam Goodes took part in the delivery.“I am honoured to be standing alongside this aircraft in all its glory today It represents our people and our culture and it is only fitting that Qantas as the Spirit of Australia is using this aircraft to showcase over 60,000 years of Aboriginal art and culture.”Balarinji’s Managing Director, Ros Moriarty, lauded Qantas for its commitment to reconciliation.“In our studio’s 30th year, it is a privilege to once again work with Qantas on an iconic Indigenous art aircraft. We applaud Qantas for the leadership in supplier diversity and reconciliation.”Mendoowoorrji is the airline’s 69th 737-800.Mr Bedford died in July 2007, aged 85, and was hailed as one of Australia’s coolest painters, although only ten years into a spectacular career.He found worldwide acclaim with his innovative approach to the “Turkey Creek” style of plain ochre and sparse lines pioneered by artistic luminaries Rover Thomas and Queenie McKenzie.Mr Bedford however did not start painting for exhibition until he was well into his 70s when a Melbourne art dealer stumbled across a collection of his discarded paintings bound for the local tip at Turkey Creek.Deeply grounded in traditional lore and ceremonial practice as a senior Gija elder of Jawalyi skin, Mr Bedford enjoyed his rare ventures into the “whitefella art world” where he was feted by curators, buyers and other admirers.However in the city he cut a fine figure with his elegant silver-tipped cane, stockman’s hat and Armani suit he loved to wear to special occasions.Former Art Gallery of WA Director Alan Dodge commented to The West Australian’s Arts Editor Steve Bevis on Mr Bedford’s passing that “he was real character.”“He was also one of the greatest indigenous artists of our time and a lot of people loved him personally. He had a wonderful sense of humour and was a very warm person.Mr Bedford’s humour and warmth was to the fore despite an upbringing that would break most.After spending his childhood at Bedford Downs, Bedford was incorrectly diagnosed with leprosy just before World War II and sent to the leprosarium in Derby where he met and married Emily Watson.They had one daughter, Cathy, who was taken away, along with Theresa, a second daughter from another relationship, and raised in the mission at Beagle Bay.Returning to Bedford Downs in the 1950s, he worked for many years as a stockman for rations of flour, tea and tobacco until he was forced to leave in the mass evictions in the early 1970s after the introduction of legislated equal wages.He later worked for Main Roads shifting rocks on the Gibb River Road before a back injury forced him on to welfare and retirement at the Warmun Aboriginal community at Turkey Creek.It was there Mr Bedford took up painting.last_img read more

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18 Dec
2019

Final TPP signed, but still a long road ahead

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Trade ministers signed the final Trans-Pacific Partnership yesterday, but the deal is far from complete.The TPP includes 12 Pacific Rim and trade representatives gathered in Auckland, New Zealand in early February to sign the final text of the TPP. Now the member countries have to each approve the trade agreement, which will likely not happen until well after this fall’s presidential election for the United StatesMany agricultural groups celebrated the progress with TPP but recognized there is still a long way to go.“After five years of negotiations, we are pleased to see the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement take another step forward today. The National Corn Growers Association supports the Trans-Pacific Partnership because it would give America’s farmers and ranchers greater access to some of the world’s fastest-growing economies. This agreement is good for both corn farmers and our friends and partners in the livestock industry. We all want to see more American grains, meat and dairy on dinner tables around the world,” said Chip Bowling, NCGA president. “This agreement will strengthen America’s influence in the Asia-Pacific region and set the tone for future international trade agreements, such as with the European Union. By supporting TPP, Congress can send a powerful message: the United States will lead on trade. That’s why NCGA members will be going to Capitol Hill in the coming months, asking Congress to vote in favor of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement in 2016.”In addition to the NCGA, the American Farm Bureau, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, American Soybean Association, National Association of Wheat Growers, and the National Pork Producers Council, among others, firmly support the TPP and will be pushing for its completion. There will likely be a tough fight for TPP supporters ahead, though, as Congress considers the deal while presidential politics dominates the nation’s political landscape in the coming months.Even within agriculture there are significant concerns about the U.S. trade balance with the deal.“TPP is modeled after the failed deals of the past, and it is destined to fail,” said Roger Johnson, president of the National Farmers Union. “Those past deals worsened America’s trade deficit, did nothing to stop our foreign competitors from cheating the system, and failed to live up to a long list of promises.”Once signed by the Administration, TPP will eventually be delivered to Congress for a debate and an up-or-down vote without amendments. Johnson and NFU members in all 50 states are urging Congress to take its time during the examination process and to ultimately reject the deal.“The more people learn about TPP, the more they dislike it,” Johnson said.  “It’s soft on enforcement, it fails to reign in predatory trade practices abroad, and it does nothing to improve America’s trade balance.”last_img read more

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17 Dec
2019

10 Ways Social Media Will Change In 2010

first_imgThis time last year, I wrote about the 10 ways social media will change 2009, and while all predictions have materialized or are on their way, it has only become clear in recent months how significant of a change we’ve seen this year. 2009 will go down as the year in which the shroud of uncertainty was lifted off of social media and mainstream adoption began at the speed of light. Barack Obama’s campaign proved that social media can mobilize millions into action, and Iran’s election protests demonstrated its importance to the freedom of speech. This guest post was written by Ravit Lichtenberg, founder and chief strategist at Ustrategy.com – a boutique consultancy focusing on helping companies succeed. Ravit authors a blog at www.ravitlichtenberg.com.Today, it is impossible to separate social media from the online world. Facebook reached 350 million users last month — 70% of whom are outside the US — and it accounts for 25% of the Web’s traffic, according to Pew nearly one in five people on the web use Twitter or some other service to check status messages, and 94% of enterprises plan to maintain or increase their investment in enterprise social media tools. The social media conversation is no longer considered a Web 2.0 fad — it is taking place in homes, small businesses and corporate boardrooms, and extending its reach into the nonprofit, education and health sectors. From feeling excitement, novelty, bewilderment, and overwhelmed, a growing number of people now speak of social media as simply another channel or tactic. So what will social Web bring next? What will “being connected” mean? What will the next experience be for the 2 two billion people who are connected to the Internet? Here are 10 ways what we’ve called social media will evolve in 2010. Social Media Will Become a Single, Cohesive Experience Embedded In Our Activities and Technologies By this time next year, social media will no longer be “social media” — it will be an integrated, unquestionable component of your online and offline experience. Last year we spoke of cross-platform integration across media sites. Open APIs and OpenID made that possible, and even LinkedIn announced last month that it too will finally open its APIs. 2010 will be about integration and a single, cohesive experience across platforms as well as across products and devices — Web, mobile, TV, and video — will become near-inseparable experiences. Users will access content from any device or platform, co-create and mashup their photos, videos and text with traditional content while interacting with each other. Publishers will create new kinds of content for the connected world, and the last years’ lull in good entertainment will finally be lifted. This trend will cut across all of our activities — from playing games to shopping to emailing and texting — nothing will be lost; everything we do will be gathered and streamed together, allowing people to view their world of activities as if it were projected in front of them, open to change, review and input at any point in time from any device or online tool. Social Media Innovation Will No Longer Be Limited By TechnologyWith Web technology maturing and the near-elimination of previous barriers such as closed platforms and discrete logins, companies will now look to innovate the way they use existing technology, rather than focus on technology enhancements themselves. We will see a move to leverage existing assets — content and capabilities — in new ways, turning information to wisdom and insight to action. Whereas once user research required focus groups and usability tests, companies will utilize the Web’s capabilities to achieve the same. Naturally occurring conversations will be utilized in product innovation and design, and companies will create incentives for people’s attention and engagement while repurposing and analyzing content and engagement in new ways that will deliver valuable input. Mobile Will Take Center StageWorldwide, the iPhone alone accounts for about 33% of mobile web traffic and IDC predicts the number of mobile web users will hit one billion by 2010. As the technological barriers come down, people will increasingly use their phones on-the-go to access social networks, search, read content and find location-based information. Our phones will be used as a central hub and beacon — enabling a slew of new capabilities and experiences. Expect an Intense Battle As People and Companies Look To Own Their Own Content2009 marked the year of open Web, and divergence of content, making content available anywhere, anytime, by anyone and to everyone; it was the year content exploded across the web, platforms and devices. The issue Google solved so magically — content find-ability — will become all but moot in the coming years. Instead, content relevance and quality will become the key focus. In 2010 we will start to see convergence as companies take measures to own their own content, its location and its cost. Last month, Rupert Murdoch announced he may opt News Corp out of Google, instructing it to de-index its publications from the search engine and giving exclusive rights to Bing for a fee. This means that content publishers will be able to determine where they make their content available and at what cost. With the growth of user generated content and the dwindling relevance of search results, people will gradually shift their trust from large aggregators like Google, Microsoft and Yahoo, and move to searching and finding content at specific locations and, eventually, creating and integrating their own content hub into the rest of their personal digital experience. “People don’t realize that everything they do — on Facebook, Ning, Google and with their credit cards — is being collected, tracked, analyzed, owned and monetized by these companies who provide (so-called) free services. It’s not a healthy model.” Says John Faber, COO of af83, a Drupal development house and co-founder of the upcoming DrupalCon. Enterprises Will Shape the Next Generation of What We’ve Called “Social Media”It was easy to forget that enterprises and large institutions are the originators of some of social media’s pillars: listservs, forums, intranets and collaboration tools. As social media became a public domain, enterprises have been cautious participants, predominantly in the product space, with few visionary leaders like Zappos, IBM and Dell. But cautionary they are no more. With a reported average of 25% increase in funds allocation toward social media activities, in 2010 we will see a surge in adoption of social media across product, services and solutions companies. Having the need and the funds, enterprises will determine the next generation of social experiences. They will push enhancements that meet their needs, specifically around monitoring, automation, alignment with the sales cycle and integration with existing systems, expanding social “media” to encompass the ecosystem of social computing across solutions, and making them actionable for the company. Jive, blueKiwi, Remindo and Sharepoint support companies internally. Most recently, Salesforce.com released Chatter, designed to turn the corporation, and CRM, social. With its APIs opening later this year, “Chatter can become a new layer over its Force platform, already being used by 68,000 customers, enabling companies and developers to leverage the Salesforce infrastructure in a secure environment,” said Bruce Francis, VP corporate strategy Salesforce.com. ROI Will Be Measured — and It Will MatterReturn on investment on social media activities has been challenging to most companies this year. Surveys show only 18% of companies say they saw meaningful return on investment from their social media activities while the other 72% report modest, no return or inability to measure the return on their investment in social media. While the definition of ROI is evolving to better fit the world of relationships and networks, the ability to demonstrate ROI in hard numbers — not in followers or fans — will become a baseline business requirement in 2010. Already, both traditional firms and startups are working feverishly to demonstrate they can turn hype into science. But, only those companies who will be able to analyze and predict hard returns on investments will last. Finally: Real, Cool and Very Bizarre Online-Offline IntegrationVirtual worlds, games and avatars were just the beginning of the online-offline integration. In 2010 we’ll see a greater push on this front as distance and physical walls will matter even less. Augmented reality — already integrated into Yelp’s latest geo-tagging enabled application — will allow users to find relevant information and people depending on their location; Twitter360 will help people find each other, connect and see updates by location all while on the go through their mobile device. People will be able to scan products on shelves but process the sale online; you’ll never need to ask for a business card again at events — and you may actually get promotions and discounts that match your interests. Many “Old” Skills Will Be Needed AgainAn economic downturn coupled with the surge of social media eliminated many traditional marketing and PR roles. But this year, we’ll see the return of professionals to the field. Enterprises will turn back to marketers who specialize in understanding customer psychology and who are experienced in addressing these both offline and online. Research and development divisions will turn to customer experience professionals to draw on user needs and ideation as part of their product improvement and innovation process, and sales and support will continue to deliver services online. Expect to see job postings for social media managers, social media psychologists and social media executive administrators to help manage the infinite tasks involved with communities and social media campaigns. Women Will Rule Social Media2009 revealed the growing role women play online. Women make 75% of all buying decisions for the home, and 85% of all consumer purchases. Social networks have at least 50% female members, and it is women ages 35-55 who make up the fastest-growing population on Facebook — not the expected Gen-Y population as previously anticipated. Previously limited by organizational hierarchies and job demands, women today are free to create, express and promote themselves using social media channels. Innately excelling at communication, relationship building and multi-level attention, women will take the reins on their careers and network becoming both a sought-after consumer segment as well as driving business strategies for social-media-connected companies. Social Media Will Move Into New DomainsAs social media becomes integrated into our experiences online, it will have an impact on verticals such as nonprofit, job training, education, and health care. University of the People — a UN-backed initiative to offer free education in emerging markets — is using the power of distance learning and virtual collaboration. Obama’s campaign for job training also highly relies on the power of online interaction. “The top 10 companies to work for are going to become learning companies. Instead of having 10% of time to philanthropic activities, they’ll spend 10% of time on learning or teaching,” says Chris Heuer, founder of Social Media Club and director at iStrategyLabs. “Sites like I’m Too Young For This, and Know Cancer Community prove that no topic is too complex for social collaboration. These site help people connect and share information previously only available to their doctors,” says Jennifer Benz of Benz Communications, a consultancy that works with companies to introduce social media capabilities into employee benefits and health care communication. “Companies who integrate social collaboration and conversation into health care find they have more knowledgeable employees and patients who can make smarter choices and improve the quality of their care.” Social media as we knew it even 6 months ago has changed. By this time next year, it will have become fully integrated into everything we do online and offline. By the end of this year we’ll see a move toward greater control over content and companies will fight over social media land grabs in preparation for the future. By next year, we will no longer speak about social media technology but about what we’ve been able to do with it. We will discuss power of ownership and only accept quality, relevant content. As we move to automatically accept a narrowed selection of the mass content online, we will begin to crave larger reach again and the natural process of chaos and order — constriction and expansion, convergence and divergence — will repeat itself in an ever-accelerating pace. Whether you are an individual, a startup, small business or a large corporation, an online presence and an ongoing conversation with your constituents is a baseline requirement — and will take time and expertise. Companies are diverting resources and rethinking their traditional outreach strategies. “Whether you’re recruiting, looking for investment, trying to get buzz — you need to be visible,” says John Nogrady, director, emerging business at Microsoft bizpark, and serial entrepreneur. Brian Zisk, founder of SFMusicTech, which is taking place in San Francisco this week, says “If you’re out there as a genuine contributor in the community you can reach out to many people. Take the FooFighters’ free Facebook concert, or Zoe Keating — a local artist with over 1.2 million fans online. Their ability to connect with their fans was made possible because of the Internet.” As you read this, it may seem far reaching but so did a presidency won through the power of online community not too long ago. Whether you are a novice finally giving in to the pressures to “get on social media,” someone who is highly experienced, or a visionary already looking for the next big thing, you will play a role in social media in the coming year even through your simple, daily actions. And as the social media wave dissipates into the vast ocean of connected experiences, the term itself will become an entry in dictionaries and encyclopedias and we will embark on a new era of knowledge, accessibility and experiences unbound by distance, time or physical walls. 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28 Oct
2019

a month agoAndrew Robertson: Liverpool will remain humble

first_imgAndrew Robertson: Liverpool will remain humbleby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveAndrew Robertson says Liverpool will not make the mistake of underestimating opponents this season.The Reds blew their Premier League lead to Manchester City last season with some poor results against smaller clubs.Asked if Liverpool could underestimate an opponent, he said: “No, we prepare for every game as if it’s our last because that’s the only game that’s in front of us.”Every game is like a cup final and that’s the game in front of us. Last season we were very good at never looking too far ahead at the games that you class as big games. Newcastle away last season, for example, we took care of that after Barcelona away.”We had Barcelona at home three days after but we took care of the games that we had to take care of because the next game is the most important.”That’s the attitude that we’ve taken and we can’t look at a busy September period because Newcastle had to be taken care of today. Luckily we’ve done that and now we focus on Napoli.”We don’t look too far ahead but we just focus on the next game because that’s how we get the best out of ourselves.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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28 Oct
2019

a month agoKaranka on Mourinho: Zidane has earned some Real Madrid credit

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Karanka on Mourinho: Zidane has earned some Real Madrid creditby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveAitor Karanka says Real Madrid should stand by coach Zinedine Zidane.The Frenchman is under huge pressure after a poor start to the season and this week’s 3-0 humbling at Champions League opponents PSG.But Karanka, a former Real defender and also assistant coach to Jose Mourinho, told AS: “Football goes very fast. When Zidane won the Champions League things were not going so well in the Liga and in the end there are always criticisms. And more in Madrid. “It is clear that this team has won a lot and has been reinforced. Now he’s having a bad time with injuries, but he’s a coach with three Champions Leagues and great players. He will be in the fight.”On Mourinho, he added: “He is waiting. This is new to him.”Asked if Mourinho could return, Karanka added: “We are in September and there is a world ahead. Zidane has won three European Cups and some credit must be given.” last_img read more

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28 Oct
2019

a month agoChelsea boss Lampard welcomes Klopp’s BVB comparison

first_imgChelsea boss Lampard welcomes Klopp’s BVB comparisonby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea boss Frank Lampard has welcomed praise from Jurgen Klopp ahead of Liverpool’s visit on Sunday.The German likened them to the youthful Borussia Dortmund side he developed.“I just respect him hugely. It was a nice thing for me going up against him in the Super Cup because I’ve got a huge respect,” said Lampard.“I love the way he’s come into that club, his charisma but not just that, professionally how he went in there and has his way and doesn’t mess about and quite rightly he’s got the success he deserves for how he works.“So I’ll take words from him as a fantastic and experienced coach about my players and what they’re doing and hopefully working in the right way, and be happy with that.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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