first_imgSOUTHAMPTON (3-4-1-2)STEKELENBURG, SOARES, FONTE, VAN DIJK, TARGETT,WANYAMA, S DAVIS,WARD-PROWSE, TADIC, RODRIGUEZ, PELLEMAN UNITED (4-2-3-1)ROONEY, MATA, HERRERA, MEMPHIS,CARRICK, SCHNEIDERLIN,ROJO, SMALLING, DARMIAN, DE GEAManchester United suffered on two counts on Tuesday night. Not only did they lose 2-1 against Dutch club PSV Eindhoven in their first Champions League group game, but England left back Luke Shaw suffered a double fracture of his leg and may miss the rest of the Barclays Premier League campaign.Wayne Rooney, still without a Premier League goal since April – and 14 hours and 34 minutes – missed the game in Holland with a hamstring injury and undergoes a test ahead of the trip to the south coast.The defeat against PSV came after an impressive 3-1 win over Liverpool in which Anthony Martial, the PS36 million teenager signed from French club Monaco, came on to score a hugely impressive goal on his debut.Martial got his first United start against PSV and, if Rooney’s is unavailable, he could continue in attack for United.Southampton arrive with an improved defensive record. After conceding five goals in their first two games, they have kept three straight clean sheets and gone a total of 276 minutes since they last conceded.The arrival of Celtic central defender Virgil van Dijk, for PS11.5 million, has helped the Saints’ rear-guard, but they are still without left-back Ryan Bertrand and centre half Florin Gardos.last_img read more

Aston Villa 0-2 Arsenal: Olivier Giroud and Aaron Ramsey fire Gunners to Premier League summit


first_imgArsenal moved to the top of the Premier League thanks to a comfortable victory over Aston Villa at Villa Park.Olivier Giroud carried on where he left off from after his heroics against Olympiakos in the Champions League with an early penalty.Arsene Wenger’s men made the game theirs before half time with a well worked team goal finished by Aaron Ramsey.The defeat leaves Villa with only six points after 16 games and six adrift of Sunderland in 19th.Villa began the game with a large bit of early possession but failed to keep it whenever they got near the Arsenal box in a scrappy start to the game.Seven minutes in and Arsenal were in front when Alan Hutton pulled down Theo Walcott after the Englishman raced past him and, after a long delay, the referee pointed to the penalty spot after his assistant flagged.Giroud stepped up confidently after his midweek hat-trick to stroke the ball passed Brad Guzan.The goal did nothing to raise the quality of the game as it continued to be very stop-start with neither team able to fashion a chance of any real meaning.However, after 37 minutes the was finally a bit of quality as Ramsey started and finished a beautifully worked breakaway goal to double the Gunners’ lead.The Welshman made a vital tackle on the edge of his own box, before the ball eventually reached Mesut Ozil who confirmed his status as the ‘Assist-King’ by squaring to Ramsey to stroke home for his second goal in two games.Villa had a chance to snatch a goal back ten minutes into the second half when top scorer Scott Sinclair found himself unmarked just outside the six yard box, but looped his header harmlessly over the bar.Leandro Bacuna then went close as he cut in from the left and sent a curling shot towards Petr Cech’s goal, but it landed on the roof of the net.Carles Gil went close with an ambitious long-ranger for the hosts but it was another defeat for Villa and Remi Garde as relegation looks like an inevitability. Aaron Ramsey celebrating with Mesut Ozil 1last_img read more

A west London Christmas


first_imgChristmas came early for Manchester United fans this year as Santa rocked up in west London bearing gifts.First stop was Loftus Road, followed by a trip to Craven Cottage, where visiting supporters who’d opted to make a long weekend of it were rewarded with six points, seven goals and a succession of missed chances. (Before making the long journey back to Surrey – ho ho ho.)I was at the QPR game, armed with hope, memories of Dennis Bailey and a six-year-old daughter who’d never seen us lose.It took precisely 52 seconds for Wayne Rooney to shatter the dream.The striker’s face lit up like the pound signs in the eyes of his hair surgeon as he shrugged off the attention of five Rangers players to squeeze his header in.“Carrick…was afforded the sort of space you’d give to Nick Clegg if you saw him walking towards you down the street.”More importantly, the early blow from Rooney – who bossed the game from start to finish – killed the atmosphere, with tired refrains of “You let your country down” the best a listless crowd could muster.Indeed the chant of the night belonged to the United fans, who gleefully sang “Warnock for England!” as the manager scratched his head looking for answers.In the event they were nearly provided by forgotten man Adel Taarabt, who showed more class in his brief cameo appearance than the rest of his team-mates put together.The unfathomable Moroccan is either desperate to show QPR what they’ve been missing – or what they will be missing when he hot-foots it off to France in January.When Taarabt’s glorious cross left his fellow sub with an open goal, I had visions of a glorious comeback and the opportunity for the PA man to dust down his copy of Last Night A DJ Saved My Life.In the event, Dudley Junior Campbell fluffed his lines and it was Michael Carrick who had the final say.Can Taarabt light up QPR’s festive period?QPR have long been renowned for giving a leg-up to players and teams on a bad run and Carrick, who’d gone two years without a goal, was afforded the sort of space you’d give to Nick Clegg if you saw him walking towards you down the street, as he strolled through unopposed to pick his spot.Three days later, Sunderland were in town to help themselves to Rangers’ all-you-can-eat buffet, with Taarabt again not introduced until his side were two down.Two goals in as many minutes seemed to have turned the game on its head until Wes Brown (Wes Brown!) stole in to give Sunderland a 3-2 win, leaving Rangers with one point from 15 and (to quote the name of a Loftus Road ‘legend’) in deep Doudou.Meanwhile, Fulham rolled out the welcome mat for Brown’s former employers in a game which will doubtless be dubbed “5-0 – even Berba scored.”The rarely-seen Bulgarian found the net with the cheekiest of backheels before celebrating with all the gusto of a man trying to remember where he’s parked his car.It left some Fulham fans muttering about whether Martin Jol was such a good appointment after all, with ‘Clydebank’ on the Cottage Corner messageboard getting into the festive spirit by crooning: “We’re beginning to look a lot like Brentford.”Don’t mock – you could be playing them next season.Meanwhile, ‘Gandalf’ on the same board conceded: “Title chances over. City and United too far adrift.” Tsk tsk, such negativity.Next up for the Whites is a Boxing Day trip to Stamford Bridge, where there won’t be any songs sung about John Terry. Much.The Chelsea skipper, who has a date with the beak in February, cast aside his off-field concerns to save his side’s bacon against Tottenham with a last-ditch clearance to secure a 1-1 draw – a few days after Petr Cech had earned Wigan a similar result.Bees boss Rosler could have plenty to smile about in 2012.And so to Brentford, who are clinging on to the final play-off spot in League One despite conceding a late equaliser to 10-man Bury at Gigg Lane.At least they were entering into the Christmas spirit on the Griffin Park Grapevine forum, with ‘Boscombe Bee’ declaring: “Looking forward to those bits if sausage wrapped in bacon. Whoever invented those is right up there with Edison!”‘Brickie chap’ was not so sure, announcing: “I’ll be ignoring anyone sporting any daft Santa crap. I may say something nice to a select few on Christmas Day itself…but that’s not certain.”And there was also a miserable pantomime experience. The conversation went like this:‘Markybee’: “Went to Windsor Theatre on Saturday night to see Sleeping Beauty. The jokes were so bad it wasn’t true.”‘GP200’: “Oh no they weren’t.”‘Marybee’: “Oh yes they were.”Back on Cottage Corner, ‘Royce Traner’ had some interesting advice on how to cook a turkey:“First, buy the turkey and a bottle of vodka. Pour yourself a glass of vodka and put the turkey in the oven. Take another two drinks of vodka and set the degree at 375 ovens.“Have three more vodkas of drink and turn the oven on. Do four more and turk the bastey. Stick a turkey in the thermometer, and glass yourself. Bake the vodka for four hours, take the oven out of the turkey, and floor the turkey up off the pick. Pour yourself another glass of turkey. Now just tet the sable, and turk the carvey.”Couldn’t have put it better myself.And finally, the feelgood Christmas story of the year involved rumours of Man City striker Mario Balotelli driving around Manchester dressed in a blue Santa’s outfit handing out money.No-one could confirm it but the fact nobody thought it was unlikely to have happened confirmed what we already knew – the bloke is a proper star.Have a good Christmas and see you on the other side.Follow Chris on Twitterlast_img read more

Giants-Yankees: How baseball’s cruel cycle has them playing on opposite fields


first_imgThe Giants landed in New York City on a late night of July 2016 in disarray.The team with the best record in baseball (57-33) to that point had just lost its fifth game in a row on an unfamiliar trail of combustion from San Diego to Boston.The Giants would go 2-1 in the Bronx, marking the mere beginnings of a historic collapse in San Francisco that sent them plummeting from an early playoff elimination into bottom-feeding obscurity quicker than a New York minute.The Giants and Yankees faced …last_img read more

South Africa launches fuel cell study


first_img11 February 2016A R15-million feasibility study launched by Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies will identify particular components that can be manufactured for fuel cell units.The Isondo Precious Minerals (IPM) study was launched by the minister on Tuesday. It is intended to accelerate mineral beneficiation and localisation of fuel cell manufacturing in South Africa.“We are in a difficult time as producers and exporters of primary mineral resources as a result of the significant price fall of commodities,” Davies said. “This has affected many of the industrial mineral commodities that we produce as a country. We have realised that we need to find new uses for our resources.”There has been a rise in the technological development of fuel cells with demand for platinum in the fuel sector being at its most stable.“It is as a response to this demand that (the) government and the platinum mining sector resolve to encourage an increase in the demand for platinum. We have an additional interest to make sure that those new uses generate and support industrial development in South Africa, so as to capture the manufacturing that takes place in this particular industry,” Davies said.South Africa has honed in on two potential uses of fuel cell technology.“The first is the small power unit that could be used to power remote areas 20 kilometres away from the existing grid connection. The other use is of powering underground equipment within the mining industry.“What we are doing as (the) government is to support different initiatives that can realise the industrial development opportunities. This will also help us to achieve the beneficiation objectives.”The study is envisaged to be completed in a year’s time. “What we want to do through this feasibility study is to understand better the building blocks of fuel cell units and to look at the particular competencies and capabilities that can be developed in the country.“We want to establish this technology on the African continent as something which builds into the platinum industry to support and sustain the expansion and stabilisation of the industry,” the minister said.The feasibility study was evidence of IPM’s commitment to bring together world- class proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells and South African precious metal supply to significantly reduce the cost of PEM, said IPM’s chief executive, Vinay Somera.The Department of Trade and Industry is working closely with the Industrial Development Corporation on the development of a fuel cell roadmap.The announcement came as the Investing in African Mining Indaba was under way in Cape Town. Investors and stakeholders at the indaba widely acknowledged to current gloomy market – Mineral Resources Minister called it a “winter season” in his opening address on 8 February – be the worst downturn in the commodities market many in the mining sector had ever experienced.South Africa has 96% of the world’s platinum group metal reserves, and the country is the world’s largest producer of platinum. The Mining Indaba ends on 11 February.Source: SouthAfricanews.govlast_img read more

Collaborate to Feed Future


first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest By Chris ClaytonDTN Ag Policy EditorDES MOINES (DTN) — Polly Ruhland, chief executive officer for the United Soybean Board, came to the World Food Prize symposium this week to make a pitch.“At World Food Prize, what they think about is feeding the world — using technology to feed the world,” Ruhland said. “We think at USB, we should think not only about making more food, but we should make sure those people who don’t get enough food should get high-quality food.”Protein is an absolute necessity for people who are undernourished, Ruhland noted. Soybeans are a protein source for emerging markets.At the World Food Prize this week, Ruhland raised the idea of U.S. protein groups to work together on marketing plans and strategies factoring in all meat and plant protein options rather than pitting groups against each other. The focus is “Protein First.”“USB believes there is an opportunity for the whole U.S. protein category to work together and think about how we serve society and how we feed people in 2050 with high-quality, nutrient-dense protein,” Ruhland said. “And how we can get together as a U.S. protein category to think about that.”When countries grow economically, they often move along a protein chain, Ruhland pointed out. As incomes rise, people will move from plants to fish, to eggs and poultry to pork and beef. “We know the potential for meat protein worldwide is growing exponentially,” she said. “So I think there’s a strategy here where everyone from plant protein to animal protein can get together and identify countries and where they are at in the customer journey of disposable income.”Such a long-term strategy would have the various U.S. groups working in coordination to market their commodities in countries. “Not taking competition away and not market your own product, because of course you are going to do that, but you market your product as part of a strategy that’s collaborative.”Ruhland said the World Food Prize “was a very logical place” to start talking about an international market and conversation about feeding the world. “We talk a lot about making more food to feed 9 billion or 10 billion people; we don’t talk so much about the quality of the food we are going to make and how that works in a global market.”Ruhland noted soybeans are used both to feed people and livestock. Yet, pork and beef benefit because of higher demand as disposable incomes rise. “So there is a place for everyone in a collaborative protein strategy,” she said.Ruhland related her strategy to some of the messages and conversation coming out of several CEOs on Thursday at the symposium discussing ways to make agriculture more driven by demand. Leaders for Corteva Agriscience, Bayer AG, Syngenta and Kemin Industries shared a panel discussion about feeding the world in 2050.CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICERS ON 2050Collectively, the CEOs agreed the world right now is falling short when it comes to the prospects of feeding 9 billion to 10 billion people, but their reasoning varied.The ability to double agricultural production in some parts of the world is largely a matter of sharing agronomic information, but those efforts are falling short, said James Collins, CEO of Corteva. “I’d say we’ve made good progress, but the rate of change and pace we are on today, we are still going to fall short.”Liam Condon, president of Crop Science for Bayer AG, said one reason Bayer chose to buy Monsanto in 2016 was the need to increase innovation in crop technology. Looking at food demand now, there are roughly 820 million people facing severe malnourishment.“If you look at the supply and demand equation of the food system, you would have to say the food system is not on a sustainable trajectory.”Condon said agricultural production is still heavily resource-driven. More effort is needed on the demand side to meet nutritional needs. “So both in the demand and in the supply side clearly we need a lot more innovation to get to a healthy, sustainable world,” he said.Erik Fyrwald, CEO of Syngenta, said one of the first areas agriculture needs to work on is helping farms adapt to climate change. “We have traumatic weather events we have to help farmers deal with, and we have to do that with technology and we have to do that with agronomic advice and digital tools,” Frywald said. “But we need science-based regulatory processes around the world so we can keep bringing better and better technology to help farmers deal with climate change.”Frywald said more technology also is needed to help reduce the impact of agriculture on climate, translating into feeding the world with fewer resources. Not only does deforestation need to stop, but reforestation must occur, he said. Frywald said this is largely happening in the world’s largest economies, but more work is needed, especially in parts of Africa and Asia. “That takes both technology and training to do that,” he said.CHALLENGES OF CONSUMER ACCEPTANCECollins, Condon and Frywald each later said consumer acceptance of agricultural products has to improve. That issue was raised multiple times over the past few days regarding how global consumers and regulators treat the science of gene editing. “That’s why Corteva along with other folks here have really focused on how we learn from some of the mistakes made in the past on GMOs and GM technology, and how do we become more transparent and share the benefits, and how do we use those tools to do more good things that society will actually recommend as a positive?” Collins said.Condon later said it’s important for agriculture “not to work in an echo chamber” when it comes to scientific innovation. Consumer and political acceptance is needed, especially in Europe because if gene editing isn’t accepted in Europe, then the technology is likely closed in Africa as well.Ensuring consumers understand the benefits of technology, Frywald pointed to the acceptance of plant-based proteins such as Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat products. “And guess what? It’s GMO-based, the grains,” he said. At first, Impossible Foods was getting attacked over ingredients from biotech crops, but the company stood by its use of GMOs in its products.“The GMO technology is helping farmers become more carbon neutral … there’s no health issues with this, we’re going to step up and say this technology is good for the world,” Frywald said. He added that celebrities still endorse those products. “That’s what we need. We need the consumer pull rather than the technology push.”Chris Nelson, president and CEO of Kemin Industries, a food and feed ingredient manufacturer in Des Moines, said some feeding challenges are unrelated to technology, but tied more to the lack of political will. He noted 80 million children in India suffer from inadequate nutrition, largely because of the lack of political will on all levels of government. Due to these political problems, Nelson said he was pessimistic over the prospects of feeding a population of 9 billion people.“That pessimistic side of me on the political area says we who have been involved so much in the technology can no longer sit by and develop only the technology, and as the famous Iowa movie says ‘Build it and they will come.’ This is not necessarily the case,” Nelson said.A DIFFERENT VOICEAlso on the CEO panel was Josephine Okot, managing director of Victoria Seeds Ltd., in Uganda. Okot said women, the dominant farmers in Africa, still need basic mechanization to increase productivity. They also struggle with credit and face operating loans with 20% annual interest rates. “I think it is not fair and I would like to see African farmers receive the kind of 1% interest loans that European banks offer some of these companies,” she said. “At 20% you can’t grow your business. We can’t grow our businesses with this debt.”Okot told the other CEOs on the panel they need to look at equity and developing more partnerships with African farm and seed businesses.Chris Clayton can be reached at Chris.Clayton@dtn.comFollow him on Twitter @ChrisClaytonDTN(CZ/ES)© Copyright 2019 DTN/The Progressive Farmer. All rights reserved.last_img read more

Tendulkar, Laxman move up in ICC Test rankings


first_imgSenior Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar moved up a rung to third while VVS Laxman rose four positions to achieve a career-best eighth in the latest ICC Test Rankings released on Wednesday.The 37-year-old Tendulkar scored 98 and 38 runs in the first Test against Australia in Mohali which India won by one-wicket on Tuesday. As a result, he improved his ranking by one place which puts him in third position in the list which is headed by Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara with India opener Virender Sehwag in second place.Tendulkar’s third position is his highest ranking since the Hamilton Test against New Zealand in December 2002.He now trails Sehwag by 13 ratings points and another solid performance with the bat in the second Test, which starts in Bangalore from October 9, could potentially put him in second place for the first time since October 2002.Also on the charge was VVS Laxman whose unbeaten 73 proved to be the cornerstone of India’s thrilling victory.Interestingly, Laxman in the past has peaked thrice in 2001, 2003 and 2007 – all against Australia.Rahul Dravid has moved up one place to 22nd spot but Gautam Gambhir and Mahendra Singh Dhoni have fallen to 16th and 37th positions, respectively.Australia opener Shane Watson, who scored 126 and 56, has also made a big impact on the rankings as he has vaulted nine places to claim a career-best 30th position.The news is not very good for the other Australia batsmen as Michael Clarke, Simon Katich, Ricky Ponting, Michael Hussey and Marcus North have all slipped in the latest rankings.advertisementClarke has fallen five places to share eighth spot with Laxman, Katich has dropped three places to 12th spot, Ponting has slipped two places to 19th position, Hussey shares 28th position with Ramnaresh Sarwan of the West Indies after falling six places while North now sits in 52nd after dropping five places.In the ICC Player Rankings for Test bowlers, pacers Zaheer Khan of India and Australia’s pair of Doug Bollinger and Ben Hilfenhaus have achieved career-best rankings.Zaheer, who was declared man of the match for his eight wickets, has moved into fifth position, while Bollinger’s five wickets in the Mohali Test has helped him rise to eighth spot and Hilfenhaus is in the top 20 for the first time in 20th position.Mitchell Johnson is also on the move and his five wickets have lifted him two places to fourth position.Dale Steyn leads the bowling table with England off-spinner Graeme Swann in second spot.In the ICC Player Rankings for Test all-rounders, Watson has moved up by two places and now sits just outside the top five in sixth spot. The list is headed by Jacques Kallis of South Africa with New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori in second place.last_img read more

10 months agoRoma defender Manolas back on Man Utd radar


first_imgRoma defender Manolas back on Man Utd radarby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveAS Roma defender Kostas Manolas is back on the radar of Manchester United.TMW says United had Manolas scouted against Juventus.The Greek defender can leave Rome in June and has €36 million release fee.And United representatives were extremely impressed by his performance.The defender has just switched agents – joining Mino Raiola who is famously Paul Pogba’s rep. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Formulate guidelines for regulation of banquet halls NGT tells Delhi govt


first_imgNew Delhi: The National Green Tribunal has directed the AAP government to formulate guidelines for the regulation of banquet halls in the national capital.A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel said the violation of environment norms is having adverse impact on environment and public health cannot be ignored. “The Delhi government may also have consultation with the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) and within a broad framework of pan India Guidelines, Delhi government can have its own guidelines to suit the local requirements to mitigate the adverse impact on environment and public health in the light of the orders already passed by the tribunal,” the bench said in a recent order. Also Read – Odd-Even: CM seeks transport dept’s views on exemption to women, two wheelers, CNG vehiclesThe tribunal made it clear that it is not concerned with the individual cases involved which may be dealt with as per the guidelines and mechanism to be laid down by the CPCB. The Delhi government told the tribunal that noise regulatory mechanism has been evolved, norms for waste disposal and installation of CCTV cameras and GPS have been laid down, sewage management and air pollution control measures plan. “The action plan also covers regulation of extraction of groundwater, rainwater harvesting, regulation of size of gatherings and action against unauthorised establishments and recovery of environmental compensation,” the NGT noted. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarThe NGT had earlier directed forfeiture of performance guarantee of Rs 5 crore deposited by the Delhi government, expressing dissatisfaction with its compliance report on illegal banquet halls, farmhouses and hotels here. Noting that the report furnished by the Delhi government on illegal banquets and restaurants operating in Mahipalpur and Rajokri was “not exhaustive”, the NGT had said it does not properly address the issues raised by it. The tribunal was hearing a plea filed by Westend Green Farms Society alleging that banquets and marriage halls operating in Mahipalpur and Rajokri near Indira Gandhi International Airport were causing vehicular congestion and environment pollution. The applicant, a society of 170 residential farm houses at Rajokri, is aggrieved by violation of environmental laws by commercial establishments operating as restaurants, hotels, motels or banquets, along the National Highway No. 8 Expressway (Delhi-Jaipur), in the vicinity of the petitioner. It said the activities of the said establishments cause massive traffic congestion on account of unauthorised parking of vehicles and huge gatherings for weddings or other functions.last_img read more

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