AC Milan are keen on Champions League return Scaroni

first_imgMilan President Paolo Scaroni wants the club to make a swift return to the Champions League suggesting this is where they belong.Milan is one of the most successful European clubs and Scaroni made it clear nothing had changed in that respect, despite the Rossoneri going four years without Champions League football.“It’s not easy to say what we’re missing because, in modern football, the sporting part must go hand in hand with the economic one,” he told Football Italia via Gazzetta dello Sport.“Of course, a team like ours should always be in the Champions League. To Agnelli, I say that I prefer three consecutive participations in the Champions League to one Scudetto.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“Higuain’s always tense. He was even more so at Juve, but he apologised and didn’t insult anyone. At 30, however, he must learn to restrain himself.“Gattuso staying for a long time depends on his results, which so far have been positive. He’s doing better than those who preceded him.“The team have their own ‘grinta’. even if I was sad after Milan-Betis.”last_img read more

Goalkeeper Rui Patricio is happy to be with the Wolves

first_imgThe 30-year-old is playing for the first time in the English Premier League and so far he has liked what he has seenGoalkeeper Rui Patricio started playing professionally in 2006 with Sporting Clube Futebol in the Portuguese First Division.But in 2018, after 327 appearances, he decided to try his luck somewhere else and landed in the English Premier League.Now with the Wolverhampton Wanderers, he’s finding new motivations and he’s happy at the club.“I am happy, very happy to be here,” he told Sky Sports.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“It is a new professional experience, it has been a massive learning curve and it is something new, changing my routine, and that is something which involves my family as well.”“I feel really great, physically and psychologically, and I want to continue to take advantage of the experience I am having, living in a new country,” he added.“Everything in life requires a bit of faith, but for me, it is knowing what is going on inside my head, inside my soul, and in both our personal lives and professional lives, we need to know how we are, to be able to have a good life.”“For me, being professional is being at the top level in both my personal life and professional life,” he commented.last_img read more

No Coaster or Amtrak Pacific Surfliner rail service in San Diego this

first_imgNo Coaster or Amtrak Pacific Surfliner rail service in San Diego this weekend OCEANSIDE (KUSI) — There will be no Coaster or Amtrak Pacific Surfliner rail service in San Diego County this weekend, or on the weekend of Jan. 20-21.Rail service will be halted on those days to allow crews to complete ongoing infrastructure improvements.There will be no replacement bus service for Coaster trains, though alternatives can include the Breeze Route 101 bus or Metropolitan Transit System buses, according to North County Transit District.There will be replacement bus service for Amtrak passengers traveling in San Diego County, which will require a reservation.On the Friday nights preceding each closure, southbound Amtrak trains scheduled to depart from Oceanside at 10:05 p.m. and 12:01 a.m. will make their trips to Santa Fe Depot. January 3, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom Posted: January 3, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

WISHH Discusses Technical Training Programs During Visit at Tyson School of Poultry

first_imgThe American Soybean Association’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (ASA/WISHH) met of with staff at the University Of Arkansas to discuss short courses and technical assistance for poultry and egg producers in WISHH targeted countries.Matt King, executive director Arkansas Soybean Board, and Jim Hershey, executive director of WISHH of met with Dr. Dustin Clark,  Dr. Samuel Rochelle and others.Growing production of poultry around the world means increasing demand for trade in soy protein, creating opportunities for U.S. soy exports. WISHH uses national checkoff funds to leverage additional funding from USDA to do capacity building activities in countries like Burkina Faso, Cambodia and Senegal.last_img

Honey Bee Health Coalition Supporting Honey Bees and Soybean Producers

first_imgThe Honey Bee Health Coalition has developed a series of best management practices for soybean growers in an effort to continue supporting collaborative solutions to help achieve a healthy population of honey bees in the context of productive agricultural systems and thriving ecosystems.This important initiative is aimed at helping soybean producers — whose crops cover nearly 84 million acres in the United States — take steps to support honey bees, who often visit their fields.Information from The Honey Bee Health Coalition.last_img

ASA Underscores Importance of US Trade with China

first_imgThe American Soybean Association (ASA) reiterated its significant concern with the Administration’s decision yesterday to move forward and apply a 25 percent tariff on nearly $50 billion in goods imported from China.The looming threat of tariffs creates uncertainty in the marketplace and for soy growers, whose livelihoods rely on the ability to export their crops and products to China.“This is real money to a soybean farmer trying to determine when to sell their crop,” said ASA President and Iowa farmer John Heisdorffer. “Farm income is projected to be the lowest in more than five years and farmers cannot afford to have the bottom fall out now.”ASA continues to ask the Administration to work with soybean farmers to find ways to reduce our trade deficit by increasing competitiveness rather than erecting barriers to foreign markets, and is confident in this week’s negotiations.“We are very pleased to have USDA send some of their best negotiators in agriculture to this week’s meeting with officials in China,” Heisdorffer added. “Soybeans lead the way for agricultural trade with China, accounting for nearly $14 billion in exports to China annually. As we have called for months, we believe soybeans can be part of the solution and we’re hopeful to be a part of the conversation this week.”last_img read more

Demolition of Ridgefield overpass nearly complete

first_imgDemolition of the now-obsolete two-lane freeway overpass at Pioneer Street in Ridgefield is nearly complete. Late Thursday and into Friday morning, the west end of the overpass was brought down by a giant pincer-like excavator.The demolition is among the last tasks in the $23 million project to rebuild the interchange of Interstate 5 and state Highway 501, also known as Pioneer Street.The original freeway overpass, constructed in the mid-1960s, was officially replaced when contractors shifted Pioneer Street to the new four-lane overpass on Aug. 17.last_img

Put video lottery in card room settings

first_imgTwo Republican legislators have introduced a bill intended to “help level out the playing field” in Washington’s gaming industry by letting privately owned card rooms install video lottery terminals, now allowed only in tribal casinos.House Bill 2044, introduced Thursday with a bipartisan group of nine sponsors, was referred to the Committee on State Government and Tribal Affairs. It would allow about 65 nontribal, house-banked card rooms to upgrade from pull tabs to the electronic scratch ticket machines. Only card rooms with at least five years’ operational experience would qualify for the upgrades. No more than 200 of the machines would be allowed in any location.“This would only apply to card rooms that have proven they can abide by regulations and provide a fair game,” said Rep. Charles Ross, R-Naches, one of the bill’s sponsors. La Center’s four card rooms would be covered by the bill. All four have joined Clark County’s appeal of the Bureau of Indian Affairs’ December decision approving the Cowlitz Tribe’s application to take 152 acres into trust near La Center. The tribe plans to build a large casino-hotel complex near the Interstate 5 – La Center interchange, which could compete with the card rooms.last_img read more