Mourinho wants Cech to stay

first_img Cech’s days as Chelsea’s first-choice stopper appear to be numbered. The 32-year-old, who has been Chelsea number one for 10 years, had to settle for a place on the bench on Monday night as Mourinho opted to field Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois in the first match of the season against Burnley. Mourinho confirmed Courtois would keep his place in the team after an impressive performance in the 3-1 win, which came courtesy of goals from Andre Schurrle, Diego Costa and Branislav Ivanovic. But the Chelsea boss insisted Cech is capable of winning the jersey back if he stays at the club. “Yes, I want to keep (him),” Mourinho said. “The club wants to keep him and hopefully he stays. “Courtois was my first choice today and he played good enough to be my first choice in the next game. “He is not my first choice for the rest of the season. “When you have a top professional working hard like Petr, if you don’t perform you are in trouble.” Paris St Germain and Monaco are said to be two of the parties interested in Cech’s signature. Jose Mourinho hopes Petr Cech will stay at Chelsea despite his demotion to second-choice goalkeeper. Press Association Mourinho admitted he has a hard task on his hands keeping Cech happy, but he thinks the goalkeeper will not give up without a fight. “No player is happy when he is not playing every game,” he said. “But I know Petr for 10 years, I know he will not relax, he will not sit in a chair and say ‘I have no chance’. He will be exactly the opposite. I am expecting him Wednesday to go to the training ground and fight.” When it was put to him that Cech could request to leave, Mourinho said: “He didn’t ask and I hope he doesn’t ask.” last_img read more

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Posen High School FIRST Robotics Team 6077 Ready to Take on the World

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisPosen- The sunshine beams through the windows in Posen’s robotics room as students gear up for one of the biggest competitions on the robotics circuit. The program is in it’s third season and student involvement and love for the sport continues to blossom.“The first year when build season started, when 7:00pm rolled around, I’d have kids tapping me on the shoulder, saying “can I go home now? My parents are waiting,” or “can I call my dad come get me.” Now, it’s 9:00pm and we have to shove the kids out the door,” said Coach Brian Konieczny.Team 6077 also goes by the nickname Wiking Kujon to celebrate the Polish community in Posen as well as the student’s love for robotics. This small group of students range from 8th graders to high school seniors. Each student has a strong idea of how each component works.“Teams from really big school, this kid is going to write our program for the arm. Each member on this team is able to contribute to everything all around,” said Junior Jeremy Styma.Team 6077 walks down to receive their awards from the Alpena district competition in April.Wiking Kujon finished 38th out 508 teams in the state. They clinched their spot at the world competition after successful competing at two events, winning the Alpena district competition and being a finalist at the Shepard district competition. Now, Posen has all eyes on the FIRST World Robotics Championship at Cobo Hall in Detroit.Teams from all around the world will compete to be a finalist. The Vikings will be joined by Team 5505 from Alpena down in Detroit. For Coach Brian Konieczny, he’s just happy the kids are involved and get to have this experience.“You know we made it through the state finals doing pretty well and whatever happens in the World Competition is just icing on the cake.” The Vikings are still looking for donations to help make the trip a possibility. You can donate to their GoFundMe page here https://www.gofundme.com/wiking-kujon-robotics-team-6077   AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Lasting Expressions make final impression for prom studentsNext Spring Turkey Hunting Season Returns to the Mitten Statelast_img read more

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Jurgen Klopp revealed the secret of his success: Bosnian taught me everything I know

first_imgGreat coach of Borussia from Dortmund Jurgen Klopp revealed, who, apart from him, contributed to great play of his team.Klopp invented ‘Gegenpressing’ which is a specific tactic used by Dortmund. It is based that the team does not withdraw automatically when they lose the ball, but rather moves forward, in order to decrease the area for the play of opponents.One of the main advisors and assistant coach of Klopp is a Bosnian man born in Prijedor Željko Buvač, reports sport.baKlopp said that Buvač taught him a lot of football and he keeps teaching him.Buvač was born in Prijedor and started his career in Rudar from Ljubija, and after that he played in Borac Banja Luka, FC Rot-Weiss Erfurt, Mainz and Neukirchen.(photo:fizzychelsea)last_img

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Go back to the enewsletter Uniworld Boutique River

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterUniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection previewed its 2020 program in Sydney last week at Hotel Centennial’s The Apartment. At the event, Managing Director Fiona Dalton revealed what to expect from Uniworld moving forward.Fiona Dalton, Managing Director for Uniworld AustraliaDalton spoke of Uniworld’s product elevation, starting in 2016 when the company introduced S.S. Joie de Vivre at a gala on the Seine in Paris. In the years since, Uniworld has revitalised their river cruise products, including U River Cruises and that division’s launch ship, The B in 2017 and The A in 2018. The revitalised S.S. Beatrice also premiered in Budapest last year.Just last month, Uniworld unveiled the transformation of the former River Royale, reborn as S.S. Bon Voyage. The S.S. Bon Voyage is the second ship in the fleet to be upgraded to Super Ship status, the first being The Sanctuary Yangtze Explorer in China, to be launched in the near future.But The Travel Corporation’s cruise division won’t be stopping anytime soon, with 2020 destined to be a huge year. Three brand new ships and another renovation will launch in 2020. Kick-starting the new year, Mekong Jewel will begin operation in Vietnam and Cambodia on 3 January, followed by the S.S. Sphinx in Egypt a day later on 4 January. S.S. Sao Gabriel will set sail in Portugal from 26 March as the newest ship on the Douro. Meanwhile, in France, the Venice-based River Countess will be reborn as S.S. La Venezia on 27 March.S.S. Bon Voyage – LaCaveDuVinFor more information or to view the 2020 Uniworld program online, click hereLead image: Jess Flint, Marketing Manager for Uniworld; Vanessa Budah; Head of PR, The Travel Corporation; Fiona Dalton, Uniworld Managing Director and Vanessa Treccase, Senior PR Executive, The Travel Corporation.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

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