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How Alex Ferguson snatched Roy Keane out of Blackburn’s hands

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first_img Read more United had just won their first title for 26 years but even they could not match the financial power of Blackburn, who had Jack Walker’s money to burn. They had beaten United to Alan Shearer a year earlier, and looked set to do so again when Keane announced he would leave Nottingham Forest after their relegation.The Blackburn manager, Kenny Dalglish, met Keane at the end of the season. At that stage Keane did not even have an agent and was instead accompanied by the PFA’s Brendon Batson. He liked Dalglish – “his obvious intelligence and cool persona impressed me” – and though he asked for £500,000 a year, the same as Shearer, he eventually accepted £400,000. Those few hours of bargaining were crucial: when Dalglish phoned Ewood Park to see if somebody could prepare the contract, everyone had gone home or to the pub. He shook hands on the deal with Keane and said they could sort the contract on Monday.If Blackburn had not quibbled over £100,000 a year, their equivalent of four pence down the back of the sofa, or if somebody had stayed behind until they had a clear in-tray, Keane would have signed there and then. Instead he went back to the family home in Cork the following day and celebrated as approximately 100% of 21‑year‑olds would in such circumstances. He awoke on the Sunday morning with an intrusive hangover, his mouth tasting of beer and kebabs, when his older brother Pat told him Ferguson was on the phone.Ferguson tracked Keane down after reading about his talks with Blackburn in the tabloids. While some papers thought he had other targets – a couple said Carlton Palmer was his first choice – Ferguson and his staff had decided Keane was the only player they wanted to add to the title-winning squad. The United manager had been obsessed with Keane since September 1990, when he dominated in Forest’s 1-0 win at Old Trafford. Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp Historic moments usually have an epic quality. But sometimes all it takes to change the world is for a few office staff to get that Friday feeling. Exactly 25 years ago – in the summer of 1993 – the world of football changed for ever because the admin team at Ewood Park clocked off on time. If somebody had stayed late in the office, Roy Keane would have become a Blackburn Rovers player. Instead, Alex Ferguson was given the chance to oversee one of his most important injury-time winners. Reuse this content Alan Shearer Share on Pinterest ‘It used to be about Man United-ness’: how ICC changed the pre-season friendly Except that is precisely what he had done to Dalglish, who reacted with volcanic fury when Keane phoned him. “Nobody does this to Kenny Dalglish,” he said. “You’re a wee bastard and you won’t get away with this.” Keane felt uneasy breaking his word but rationalised it with the knowledge that there was no honour of football. Most people realise that towards at the end of their careers; Keane was 21.Dalglish even threatened to hunt Keane down in Ayia Napa, where he was going with three friends for a lads’ holiday. “I had a fabulous time,” he said later. “No one in Cyprus knew or cared who we were or who we thought we were. Happy, innocent days.”In a sense they were the last innocent days, because Keane’s life changed when he became a Manchester United player. For his first season he was desperately insecure about his technical ability. A drunken chat with Bryan Robson, who encouraged him to trust his passing range, was the start of his development from a box‑to‑box hurricane to holding midfielder with a seriously underrated passing ability.Given his ability and influence, as a demander of the highest standards, it is natural to wonder how different English football might have been had both he and peak Shearer been at the same club. Instead he became the most irreplaceable player in the greatest Manchester United team of all – and a reminder that, even in multimillion‑pound industries, the strangest details can change the world. Read more Share via Email Roy Keane England’s dream over but on ITV Roy Keane’s fun was just beginningcenter_img Ferguson says his apparently laissez-faire attitude was simply because he had promised Forest’s new manager, Frank Clark, that he would wait for official permission to speak to Keane. When he did get hold of the player, Ferguson asked whether anything had been signed with Blackburn. A hungover Keane, his United-loving family all gawping excitedly at him, mumbled that he hadn’t, so Ferguson casually suggested they meet for a chat. “From that moment,” said Keane in his first autobiography, “I was never going to sign for any other club.”The following day, Ferguson picked Keane up at Manchester airport and went back to his house for a game of snooker. “I liked him straight away,” Keane said. “He was unaffected, funny and reassuringly human. He was also clearly hungry for more trophies.” And new ones. Ferguson matter-of-factly told Keane that, with or without him, United were going to dominate English football but that with Keane they could also win the European Cup. “He was,” remembers Keane, “pushing at an open door.” Whether it was a neat sales pitch or something more meaningful, Ferguson’s comment was eerily prescient: six years later, Keane drove United to the Treble and got to them to the European Cup final with that astonishing performance against Juventus.Keane earned 25% less at United than he would have done at Blackburn. They were also offering Forest more money, which meant United had to wait another six weeks to complete the transfer. Ferguson told Keane that, if both parties held their nerve, the move would eventually happen. With that, both men went off on their summer holidays. Ferguson had lost players before while on his summer break, most notably Paul Gascoigne, but he was relaxed about Keane. “When he looked me in the eye, I knew I was talking to a footballer who would not break his word.” Topics Manchester United Read more Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Blackburn Rovers Alex Ferguson features The Fiver: sign up and get our daily football email. Share on Messenger Alexis Sánchez to join Manchester United on US tour after being granted visalast_img read more

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Bayern reveal Allianz Arena revamp

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first_imgBayern München Bayern Munich reveal Allianz Arena makeover plans Jamie Smith 01:22 3/30/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Allianz Arena Bayern Munich Barcelona Champions League 12052015 Getty Images Bayern München Bundesliga Bayern München v Borussia Dortmund After 1860 Munich moved out of the stadium, Die Roten’s home is to get a makeover to reflect their sole residency Bayern Munich have revealed plans for their Allianz Arena home to undergo a significant makeover.The stadium has been home to Bayern since it was opened in 2005, but the Bundesliga leaders shared the stadium with 1860 Munich until 2017.It’s been a long time coming, but we’ll finally have #FCBayern colors at the #AllianzArena !What do you think of the new look?   #MiaSanMia pic.twitter.com/4Dzah7mFaL — FC Bayern US (@FCBayernUS) March 29, 2018 With 1860 Munich having relocated to former home Grunwalder Stadion following their relegation to Germany’s third-tier, Bayern now have the 75,000-capacity stadium to themselves. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player And Bayern will take advantage by replacing the seats to make the Allianz more personal, with the club’s motto ‘mia san mia’ – which translates as ‘we are who we are’ – to feature prominently.The new design will also see the Bayern badge and the club’s name adorn the seats, with the work to be completed at the end of the season. Bayern will be crowned Bundesliga champions for the sixth season in a row this weekend if they win against rivals Borussia Dortmund and second-placed Schalke fail to beat Freiburg.last_img read more

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CAF Improves Clearance of Goods

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first_imgCommissioner of Customs, Major Richard Reece, says the clearance of goods has been significantly improved, since implementation of the Customs Administration Fee (CAF) on April 1. Responding to questions on the issue on Wednesday, May 15, at the weekly Jamaica House press briefing, Major Reece said a joint release will be issued on Thursday, May 16, based on dialogue with brokers associations, and Fiscal Services, regarding challenges with the information systems. “We still have challenges with enclosures, which relates to part shipments…We expect that to be rectified shortly, but we have administrative systems in place to address that,” he told journalists. Commissioner Reece noted that since the CAF took effect, the discussions with a number of sectors; the decision to reduce rates on raw materials for manufacturers; and the adjustment in fees for June 1, had resulted in further changes to Customs’ information system modules. This, he said, had impacted the time frame for smoothing out the kinks in the system. “We expect that by the end of the month (May), those issues will be resolved,” he said. In February, Finance and Planning Minister, Dr. the Hon. Peter Phillips, announced the application of a Customs Administration Fee on all imports, except for charitable organisations and the bauxite sector. The levy is expected to yield $1.2 billion in revenue.Contact: Alphea Saunderslast_img read more

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FinMin to study if 20 tax on listed cos share buybacks is

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first_imgNew Delhi: The Finance Ministry Friday said that it will look into the applicability of 20 per cent tax proposed in the 2019-20 Budget on the current share buybacks by listed companies. Finance Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg, speaking at a CII event, said the proposed tax on listed companies is aimed at discouraging share buybacks and encouraging investments. Asked if the government would consider grandfathering those share buybacks which are already underway from the proposed levy, Garg said: “I am not in a position to say whether that (grandfathering) can work or not, but will discuss with revenue department”.last_img

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After blow on neck Smiths immediate thoughts were about late teammate Phillip

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first_imgLondon: Australian batting mainstay Steve Smith thought about his late teammate Phillip Hughes right after being hit on the neck by England pacer Jofra Archer in the second Ashes Test. Smith, who missed the third Test due to the resultant concussion, was initially cleared to resume his innings on day five following the nasty blow before he started feeling a “little bit under the weather”. “I had a few things running through my head, particularly where I got hit, just a bit of past came up, if you know what I mean, from a few years ago. That was probably the first thing I thought about,” Smith told reporters in Derby referring to Hughes who passed away after being hit by a bouncer in a 2014 Sheffield Shield match. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over Chandigarh Smith was found to have delayed concussion which he said, felt like he had too much alcohol. “It wasn’t until later that evening that it hit me. When the doc asked me what did it feel like I said it felt like I had six beers last night and felt a little bit under the weather, without the six beers unfortunately. “That was the sort of feeling I got, that groggy feeling and that stuck around for a couple of days. Not a nice place to be in but these things happen and unfortunately missed what was a pretty amazing Test match,” he said. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced later With Ben Stokes playing one of the best Test match innings, England pulled off a one wicket win in Leeds, levelling the five-match series at 1-1. Set to play the fourth Test starting September 4 in Manchester, Smith is expecting a lot of short balls to be directed at him but will not change the way he bats against Archer. “If they’re bowling up there it means they can’t nick me off, or hit me on the pad or hit the stumps. With the Dukes ball, I don’t know, that’s an interesting ploy. So we’ll see what happens. I’m not really going to change anything. “There’s been a bit of talk that he’s (Archer) got the wood over me, but he hasn’t actually got me out. He hit me on the head on a wicket that was a bit up and down at Lord’s. He actually didn’t get me out so all the other bowlers have had more success against me I daresay,” Smith added.last_img read more

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Ismael Habib sentenced for attempting to leave Canada to join ISIL

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first_imgMONTREAL – A Quebec man convicted of attempting to leave Canada to join the Islamic State has been sentenced to nine years in prison.A judge sentenced Ismael Habib today to eight years for the terrorism-related offence and one additional year for giving false information to obtain a passport.The Crown had argued for a nine-year prison term, while Habib’s attorney suggested six-and-a-half years minus the nearly 27 months Habib has served in pre-trial custody.Habib, 29, was ensnared by an RCMP-led sting operation, in which he admitted to an undercover agent posing as a crime boss that he wanted to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State.He was found guilty in June, making him the first adult in Canada to be convicted after going to trial on the charge of attempting to leave Canada to join the Islamic State.last_img read more

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Haitian camp populations decline but residents still in need – UN official

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Valerie Amos, the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, visited the Accra camp, which hosts 25,500 people in the commune of Delmas and spoke to residents who told her that they lived in fear of eviction because they had nowhere else to go.Representatives of the camp’s women’s committee narrated their daily challenges of caring for their families in an environment there are no job opportunities and living in cramped conditions with poor lighting that put them at risk of gender-based violence.Limited funding has led to a decline in the number of humanitarian agencies working in key sectors, such as water and sanitation and camp management. Hundreds of latrines are now unusable and overflow, especially during the current rainy season, posing significant health risks, even as efforts to keep the cholera epidemic at bay continue.“We cannot forget the hundreds of thousands of vulnerable people still in camps,” said Ms. Amos, who is also the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator. Humanitarian organizations, including UN agencies, have appealed for $382 million for relief operations in Haiti this year, but that request is only 52 per cent funded.“The scale of destruction and suffering caused by the earthquake and the cholera epidemic, combined with Haiti’s high vulnerability to natural disasters, are the visible part of the iceberg. What we need is more strategic decision-making and coordination that looks at improving longer-term structural issues, said Ms. Amos.She also visited the first ever sewage treatment centre in Haiti which was started with initial funding from the UN-managed Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) and is now run by the Haitian Water Authority with support from the UN.Cholera has claimed the lives of more than 6,300 people in Haiti, and the disease has affected an estimated 450,000 others since October last year. 30 September 2011The number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) still in camps in Haiti after their homes were destroyed by last year’s catastrophic earthquake has declined from 1.5 million to 600,000, but hardship in the settlements has not eased, the United Nations humanitarian chief said today at end of her three-day visit to the country. read more

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Trudeau says no security risks in Chinese takeover of Canadian satellite firm

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OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought Tuesday to assuage public fears and political complaints that the Liberal government’s decision to allow the Chinese takeover of a Canadian satellite technology company would compromise national security at home and abroad.Hytera Communications Co. Ltd. is set to take over Norsat International Inc., which manufactures radio transceivers and radio systems used by the American military and Canada’s NATO partners.The private Chinese firm first made a bid for the Vancouver-based technology company in 2016, triggering a review under federal law to ensure Canadian interests weren’t harmed in the foreign takeover.It was only earlier this month that the results of the review were made public when the company said it had been informed that a formal security review wouldn’t be required.Trudeau said an initial government review of the takeover, required under the Investment Canada Act, unearthed “no significant national security concerns” and didn’t require any further reviews.The national security agencies involved in the review recommended the deal be allowed to proceed, he said.“The review they did was adequate to give them confidence that there was no risk to national security. Therefore, their recommendation to the minister was to allow it to proceed. So we did.”Trudeau insisted that his government would never approve any foreign takeover if there is even a hint of concern that it would harm national security.“We would not move forward with approving investments under the Investment Canada Act if we were not assured and comfortable that there is no risk to national security, period,” he told a news conference.“It doesn’t matter what country it’s from, it doesn’t matter what deal it is, if there’s a risk to national security, we won’t move forward.”The deal has been the focus of a debate over national security risks and the federal government’s willingness to approve a Chinese takeover of a Canadian technology company.It also comes as the Liberals and China pursue exploratory free trade talks; the Canadian government is aiming at opening up the Chinese market to domestic producers in the face of Donald Trump’s “America First” policy on trade.The ongoing dialogue included an agreement last week where the two countries agreed not to engage in state-sponsored hacking of each other’s trade secrets and business information.Opposition MPs have repeatedly raised concerns about the Norsat takeover and there is unease among congressional representatives in the United States about allowing the Chinese firm access to sensitive defence technology.A spokesman for the U.S. Department of Defence said it is reviewing all its business dealings with Norsat as a result of the deal.“Current contracts already awarded will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and appropriate measures will be taken, in accordance with the terms of those contracts and consistent with U.S. laws and department regulations and policies,” Lt.-Col. Roger Cabiness said.Cabiness didn’t say if the department was consulted as part of the Canadian security review. He said that any “transfers of sensitive technologies and capabilities should be carefully vetted to mitigate potential risks to U.S. and allied security interests.”Norsat (TSX:NII) makes satellite communications systems used for national security and defence purposes. It has a number of government customers in Canada and internationally, including the Canadian Coast Guard and the Pentagon.Trudeau said Canadian security agencies consulted American officials as part of their preliminary security screen. Last week, Norsat security holders voted overwhelmingly in favour of the takeover bid.The company said the B.C. Supreme Court approved the deal on Tuesday, but it still remains conditional on other regulatory approvals and certain other closing conditions. read more

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Security Council team arrives in Johannesburg for talks on Great Lakes conflict

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Upon arrival in Johannesburg, the head of the mission, French Ambassador Jean-David Levitte, told reporters that the Council members were travelling to the area to help parties move the Lusaka peace process forward, and that their presence underscored the region’s importance to the UN.Tomorrow in Johannesburg, the delegation, which is comprised of Ambassadors from 12 Council member States, will hold separate meetings with Sir Ketumile Masire, the facilitator of the Inter-Congolese dialogue; former President Nelson Mandela, facilitator of the Burundi Peace Process; and President Thabo Mbeki of South Africa. In the afternoon, the group will fly to Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).The mission will end on 25 May, after visits to South Africa, DRC, Angola, Namibia, Zambia, Burundi, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda. read more

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Afghanistan UN launches project to help reporting on human rights

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The Project on Capacity Building for Sustained Human Rights Treaty Reporting in Afghanistan was officially launched yesterday by Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Special representative Jean Arnault and Afghan Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah at a ceremony held at the Foreign Ministry in Kabul, the capital.Mr. Arnault, speaking on behalf of UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour, expressed satisfaction at the Government’s decision to take a consolidated approach to human rights reporting, saying the decision reflected the Government’s commitment to the people of Afghanistan in protecting their human rights.Mr. Abdullah said Afghanistan had an obligation to implement the international human rights treaties it had become a party to and had to report to the UN treaty bodies on the state of implementation.The project was signed earlier in June between the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the Canada International Development Agency, the main funding organization. In turn, the agreement on implementation of the 15-month project, with a budget of $297,619, was signed by the Government and UNDP on 4 August. read more

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Most actively traded companies on the TSX TSX Venture Exchange markets

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by The Canadian Press Posted Aug 8, 2013 5:19 pm MDT Most actively traded companies on the TSX, TSX Venture Exchange markets AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (12,552.92 up 140.19 points):Manulife Financial Corp. (TSX:MFC). Insurer. Down 25 cents, or 1.39 per cent, at $17.79 on 5.59 million shares. Second-quarter core earnings per share did not meet analyst estimates as the insurer and wealth management company was hit by market conditions and investment losses. Manulife’s net income totalled $259 million and core earnings were $609 million or 31 cents per share, a disappointment from analyst estimates of 34 cents per share.Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Up 28 cents, or 5.46 per cent, at $5.41 on 5.29 million shares.Bombardier Inc. (TSX:BBD.B). Transportation equipment. Up 13 cents, or 2.71 per cent, at $4.93 on 5.11 million shares.Air Canada (TSX:AC.B). Airliner. Up 25 cents, or 9.43 per cent, at $2.90 on 4.73 million shares. Canada’s largest airline posted solid quarterly results Wednesday, which included the best second-quarter revenue in its history. The results, which beat analyst estimates, prompted a National Bank Financial analyst to raise his rating of the airline to outperform and increase his target price by 25 per cent to $3.75.Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (TSX:POT). Fertilizer producer. Up 89 cents, or 2.88 per cent, at $31.76 on 4.67 million shares.Toronto Venture Exchange (915.33 up 8.20 points):Lignol Energy Corp. (TSXV:LEC). Biofuel. Down half a cent, or 3.70 per cent, at 13 cents on 5.61 million shares.Fission Uranium Corp. (TSXV:FCU). Uranium explorer. Unchanged at $1.01 on 5.53 million shares.Company reporting major news:Agrium Inc. (TSX:AGU). Fertilizer. Up $3.71, or 4.29 per cent, at $90.18 on 551,628 shares. The fertilizer company expects demand for the crop nutrients it makes and sells to be strong in the second half of this year. Second-quarter profits dropped 13 per cent while sales rose US$7 billion from $6.8 billion the year before.BCE (TSX:BCE). Media and telecommunications. Down 65 cents, or 1.53 per cent, at $41.90 on 1.82 million shares. Canada’s largest communications company reported profits of $571 million attributable to common shareholders in the second quarter, down 22 per cent from the the same period last year, when the company’s bottom line was helped by a favourable tax item. Operating revenue incerased nearly two per cent to $4.42 billion.Telus Corp. (TSX:T). Telecommunications. Down 49 cents, or 1.57 per cent, at $30.63 on 2.48 million shares. Second-quarter profits dropped to $286 million from $299 million a year ago. Operating revenue improved six per cent to $2.83 billion helped by growth at its wireless and wireline business due to new subscriber additions and higher average revenue per unit.Tim Hortons Inc. (TSX:THI). Donut and coffee chain. Up 41 cents, or 0.69 per cent, at $59.90 on 695,572 shares after announcing it will borrow an additional $900 million to fund the repurchase of its shares. That’s on top of $100 million earmarked for repurchases over the coming year. The restaurant chain posted a 14.5 per cent increase in second-quarter net income attributable to Tim Hortons while total revenue was up nearly two per cent to $800.1 million. read more

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1st loss of season exposes Chelseas frailties under Sarri

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It took one dreadful 90-minute performance to expose the growing list of shortcomings in the Chelsea team that its coach had forewarned for much of the season.Chelsea was fortunate to come away from Wembley Stadium with only a 3-1 loss to Tottenham on Saturday. So rampant and dominant were Tottenham’s players that the margin of victory could easily have been five or six goals.Some will attempt to put this result in perspective, arguing that it was Chelsea’s first loss in 19 games this season and that an away match against Tottenham — a team that has made its best start to a Premier League campaign — will be among the toughest this season.Look deeper, though, and there are a slew of issues to concern Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri, who acknowledged that a “problem is evident.”The biggest might be that opponents appear to have figured out that shackling deep-lying midfielder Jorginho goes a long way to shackling Chelsea. An off-season arrival from Napoli, Jorginho dictates the way the team plays with his relentless distribution and is Sarri’s brains on the field.Dele Alli swarmed all over Jorginho on Saturday, forcing mistakes out of the Italy international and leading to him hitting out at Alli just before halftime. Everton did the same in a 0-0 draw at Chelsea in the last round of games before the international break, with forward Richarlison dropping back to suppress Jorginho, who ended up being booked for a nasty scissor-tackle on Gylfi Sigurdsson.The fact that nullifying Jorginho is so effective naturally switches the focus to N’Golo Kante, a player widely seen as the best midfield anchorman in the world but who no longer plays in that position for Chelsea.Now he plays in a more advanced role ahead of Jorginho, which hardly gets the best out of the France international. He was anonymous against Tottenham, offering no attacking threat as the game largely passed him by. It seems Kante’s abilities are being wasted by Sarri.Meanwhile, taking Jorginho out of the game means there is less protection for Chelsea’s back four. David Luiz, a ball-playing centre back, has mostly had an easy ride this season with Jorginho sitting in front of him but he and fellow central defender Antonio Rudiger were left badly exposed against Tottenham.Luiz’s defending can be slack at times and the way he turned his back to Harry Kane when the striker fired in a long-range shot for Tottenham’s second goal would have disgusted Chelsea fans who have seen recently retired John Terry put his body on the line so often for the team’s cause.With left back Marcos Alonso remaining very attacking down his wing, there is a danger that Chelsea’s defence can be overrun.Up front, Sarri continues to switch between Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata as the team’s sole striker but neither player has looked convincing. Giroud seems to bring the best out of Hazard but doesn’t score enough, with his late consolation at Wembley his first Premier League goal of the season.Morata offers more of a goal threat but is inconsistent, with Sarri saying recently that the Spain striker is “fragile from a mental point of view.”That means there is a reliance on Hazard to make Chelsea’s attack click. Although he started the season with 10 goals in his first 12 games for club and country, he has not scored since Oct. 7 and the burden of carrying the team might be starting to weigh him down.Chelsea was overtaken by Tottenham in the standings and now is only one point above fifth-place Arsenal, with Manchester City visiting Stamford Bridge early next month.The honeymoon period under Sarri lasted three months. Now he is facing his first real test as Chelsea coach.___More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/apf-Soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports___Steve Douglas is at www.twitter.com/sdouglas80Steve Douglas, The Associated Press read more

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Everyone Thinks Justin Verlander Belongs In The Hall Of Fame So Why

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10Adam Wainwright39.434.036.7 9Jon Lester45.635.040.3 10Mark Buehrle59.235.847.5 Source: Baseball-Reference.com 2Justin Verlander69.848.359.0 In the wake of Justin Verlander throwing his third career no-hitter on Sunday — becoming just the sixth pitcher in major league history to do so — the debate didn’t seem to be whether the Astros ace was worthy of the Hall of Fame, but rather what cap he would wear in it.1To us, there’s no debate: It should be Detroit’s. Even Major League Baseball’s official Twitter account called it “ANOTHER line on Justin Verlander’s Hall of Fame résumé.” But are we all being a bit too hasty?By at least one smart measure of Hall-worthiness, Verlander is not yet deserving of a berth in Cooperstown. Cited by many sabermetrically-inclined voters, Jaffe Wins Above Replacement Score, or JAWS, is the average of a player’s career wins above replacement2JAWS uses the Baseball-Reference.com version of this stat, so I will do the same throughout this article. and his WAR over his seven best seasons (“peak WAR”). To determine if a player belongs in the Hall, a player’s JAWS is compared with the average JAWS of existing Hall of Famers at his position (because it’s easier to accrue value at, say, starting pitcher than at catcher). If the player’s JAWS is higher, the system recommends a yes vote; if the Hall of Famers’ JAWS is higher, the player falls short. Although JAWS is an imperfect yardstick (for example, it doesn’t include postseason stats, nor does it account for unique accomplishments like, say, pitching three no-hitters), electing only people above its positional standards ensures that the quality of Hall of Fame players does not decrease.With a JAWS of 59.0 so far in his career, Verlander remains below the JAWS average for starting pitchers of 61.5. But he’s not alone. No active starting pitcher meets the JAWS standard (although some may do so by the time they retire). In fact, neither does any starter who has thrown a single pitch this entire decade. That suggests a problem not with Verlander or other modern pitchers, but with the standard. Simply put, it’s too high given the usage patterns of today’s starting pitchers.3For the record, this isn’t just a problem with JAWS. Perhaps the most famous old-school standard for a Hall of Fame starting pitcher, winning 300 games, may also now be obsolete; it’s been 10 years since anyone won their 300th, and people are openly wondering if it will ever happen again.As pitch counts and bullpens have become bigger parts of the game, we’ve gone from 1,034 complete games pitched in the 1978 season to 266 in 1997 to just 42 last year. From 1871 to 1953, a period that includes at least part of the careers of about two-thirds of Hall of Fame starting pitchers, starters accounted for more than 80 percent of all innings pitched every season. In 2018, that share was 60 percent. It’s simply not fair to compare starting pitchers of the past few decades — let alone of the past few years, a period when “bullpenning” has exploded in popularity — with bygone Hall of Famers who regularly exceeded 300 innings pitched in a year.What we can do instead is sketch out a new standard, based on the premise that the Hall of Fame should immortalize the greatest starting pitchers of each era, even if those eras are not directly comparable. Verlander’s numbers may not be able to hold a candle to those of, say, the deadball era, but he deserves recognition as an elite hurler in the context of our current era, the bullpen-happy 2010s. The average season from 1901 to 20044I started with 1901 because that is the year the American League was founded and “modern” baseball (defined broadly) began; I ended with 2004 because players who were active in 2005 and later are still having their Hall of Fame candidacies considered by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. had 10 active starting pitchers who were eventually elected to Cooperstown, so we can maintain the Hall’s relative historical standards by electing the top 10 best starting pitchers in the game today. By JAWS, those are: 4Max Scherzer60.248.654.4 5CC Sabathia63.039.351.2 7Félix Hernández50.738.644.6 6CC Sabathia63.039.351.2 3Clayton Kershaw67.749.658.6 5Max Scherzer60.248.654.4 Even though none of them yet measures up to the traditional JAWS standard, it’s clear that the likes of Zack Greinke, Clayton Kershaw and Verlander should be Hall of Famers by this method. But the No. 10 pitcher on the list, Adam Wainwright, is probably not a Hall of Famer — and his 36.7 JAWS likely shouldn’t be used as the new standard. That’s because young studs like Aaron Nola (20.2 JAWS at age 26) are still racking up stats and could eventually displace the bottom several names on the list. So let’s try looking at the version of this list from, say, 2012. That’s long enough ago that the list is closer to being final, but it’s recent enough that it reflects the context of how starting pitchers were deployed during Verlander’s career (in fact, as of 2019, 2012 is the exact midpoint of his MLB career). 1Zack Greinke70.847.659.2 8Johan Santana51.745.048.3 Shaded players are no longer active.* Already elected to the Hall of Fame.Source: Baseball-Reference.com RkPitcherCareer WARPeak WARJAWS 2019′s most Hall of Fame-worthy starting pitchersTop 10 active starting pitchers by Jaffe Wins Above Replacement Score, through Sept. 3, 2019 2012′s most Hall of Fame-worthy starting pitchersTop 10 starting pitchers who were active in 2012 by Jaffe Wins Above Replacement Score, through Sept. 3, 2019 1Zack Greinke70.847.659.2 4Roy Halladay*64.350.657.4 7Cole Hamels59.337.648.5 8Chris Sale45.239.542.3 RkPitcherCareer WARPeak WARJAWS 3Clayton Kershaw67.749.658.6 9Tim Hudson58.138.348.2 2Justin Verlander69.848.359.0 A few names might change on this list, albeit somewhat predictably. It would be surprising if Chris Sale (42.3 JAWS at age 30) didn’t crack it. Madison Bumgarner (33.6 JAWS at age 30) and Stephen Strasburg (30.8 JAWS at age 31) are young enough that they could get there in time as well. Félix Hernández (44.6 JAWS at age 33) and Jon Lester (40.3 JAWS at age 35) are close but may be running out of gas. In all likelihood, though, the first several names on this list are safe — which would mean that we know the JAWS threshold for cracking the top 10. Essentially, it looks like amassing around 50 JAWS for your career is enough to guarantee your place as one of the top 10 starting pitchers of the early 2010s. And, if the trend of increased bullpen usage of the past few years continues through the next decade, the standard for the early 2020s may be even lower.This revision has a couple of implications for Hall of Fame selection that voters should heed before it’s too late. First, despite falling well short of historical standards, candidates like Johan Santana (who received very little support on the one Hall of Fame ballot he appeared on, despite currently being the eighth-best starter active in 2012) deserve closer looks, as they were elite for their era. Second, yes — Justin Verlander is a no-doubt Hall of Famer. Hopefully, by the time he is up for a vote in the 2020s, voters will opt to view his JAWS as dominant among his peers, rather than mediocre within the Hall.Check out our latest MLB predictions. 6Cole Hamels59.337.648.5 read more

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Ohio State rises to No 5 in final rankings but misses College

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Ohio State head coach Urban Meyer pleads with a referee in the Big Ten championship game against Wisconsin on Dec. 2 in Lucas Oil Stadium. Ohio State won 27-21. Credit: James King II | Sports DirectorElation one night, heartbreak the day after. Ohio State rose from last week’s No. 8 ranking, but that was not enough.Despite capping off an 11-2 regular season with a win against Michigan and a victory versus No. 6 Wisconsin to claim the Big Ten championship Saturday night, Ohio State did not move into the top four of the final College Football Playoff rankings and will miss this year’s playoff. The Buckeyes finished the season ranked fifth, one spot outside of the group that will battle for the national championship. No. 1 Clemson, No. 2 Oklahoma, No. 3 Georgia and No. 4 Alabama round out the four teams that made the playoff.The debate for the fourth spot in the playoff came down to either Ohio State or Alabama. The Buckeyes have a decisive 31-16 loss to Oklahoma in the second week of the season and a 55-24 beatdown at the hands of Iowa, an uninspiring 7-5 team. But they also have wins against Penn State, Michigan State, the Wolverines and the Badgers. On the other hand, the Crimson Tide has just one blemish on its resume, a 26-14 loss to Auburn in the final game of its season. Alabama does not have the same amount of quality wins as the Buckeyes, though. It defeated LSU 24-10 and took down Mississippi State 31-24 in Starkville, Mississippi. Ohio State’s bowl game will be announced later Sunday afternoon. read more

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Straight back bent knees advice is wrong study finds

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Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Whether at home, in the factory or in the office, it is the advice invariably issued to anyone preparing to lift a heavy object. “Keep your back straight, bend your knees.” A new study argues that while most people instinctively believe lifting with a straight back is common sense, “round-back lifting” is more efficient and no more hazardous. Published in the Scandinavian Journal of Pain, it points to research conducted on forestry workers which found that those who stooped to pick up their loads… However, a group of scientists has called for a review of health and safety guidelines after claiming the technique is based on scant reliable evidence – and may even be inferior to a bent-back approach. read more

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Young Walters murder victim buried

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first_img Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 19 Jan 2015 – Kenley Walters, killed the day after Boxing Day was yesterday laid to rest and the case of the stabbing death of the young man continues to be in need of public information to bring light to what happened and who killed the 20 year old. Walters’ Family, who was in Jamaica at the time of the stabbing, actually burying his uncle who had died in that November traffic accident on eastern Leeward Highway is still shattered by the situation and has come out asking for public help into the murder probe. Remember you can give information on Kenley Walters’ murder or any other police investigation anonymously at Crime Stoppers: 1-800-TIPS; calls are answered in Miami. Related Items:buried, kenley walterscenter_img FIFTH ARREST IN KENLEY WALTERS MURDER TCI Youth Forum to go on the road; poor turnout criticised by Violence victimlast_img read more

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Biman resumes DhakaDelhi flights after 5 yrs

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first_imgAn aircraft of Biman Bangladesh AirlinesBiman Bangladesh Airlines resumed Dhaka-Delhi-Dhaka direct flights Monday after nearly five years with three flights a week initially as India’s private Jet airways halted its flight operations between the two capitals recently.The resumption flight landed at Indira Gandhi International Airport Monday afternoon while Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Syed Muazzem Ali received the arriving passengers through flowers at terminal-3 of the airport at 5.20pm (local time).A spectacular water cannon salute was given to the aircraft when it landed at the airport with 150 passengers aboard. A cake was cut on the gate premises to mark the occasion.The passengers including some in wheel chairs expressed their satisfaction after travelling by Biman’s Dhaka-Delhi direct flight saying that it would immensely reduce their sufferings which they had to face while travelling via Kolkata.Earlier in Dhaka, State Minister for Civil Aviation and Tourism, M Mahbub Ali, inaugurated the flight before it took off from Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport at 3:00pm.Ali hoped that Biman would be able to make profit form Dhaka-Delhi direct flight as the national flag carrier is now the lone airline on this route.He said the government is committed to turn the national flag carrier into a profitable venture through providing standard on time service to the passengers.Civil Aviation and Tourism Secretary M Mohibul Haque, Biman’s board of directors chairman Air Marshal (retd) Muhammad Enamul Bari and acting managing director and CEO Captain Farhat Hasan Jamil also spoke while Indian deputy high commissioner to Dhaka Bishwajit De were present on the occasion.Biman suspended its direct flight operation on Dhaka-Delhi route in September, 2014 citing aircraft shortage in its fleet although the decision irked the Bangladeshi passengers as thousands of people from the country travel to India every year for medical, business and tourism purposes.Biman Bangladesh Airlines has initially decided to operate three flights (Monday, Thursday and Saturday) in a week on its Dhaka-Delhi route by its 162-seat Boeing 737-800. According to the schedule, the Biman flight will depart Dhaka at 3.00pm and arrive in Delhi at 5.20pm and accordingly, it will depart from Delhi at 6.20pm and arrive in Dhaka at 9.20pm.The round-trip fare in the route is approximately Taka 24,000 in Economic Class and Taka 65,000 in Business class. The ticket price of Biman is much lesser compared to Jet Airways, the only airways which operated Dhaka-Delhi Direct flights.Jet Airways, the India’s Premier Aviation Company in private sector, has grounded all its 119 aircraft and suspended all domestic and international operations recently due to “fund shortage”.There was no Dhaka-Delhi direct flight after the suspension of Jet Airways operations on all domestic and international routes. As a result, passengers have to take trouble during their travel to India. In absence of direct flight passengers have to travel on Dhaka-Delhi-Dhaka via Kolkata taking more time.There are other airliners like Air India, Spice Jet and Indigo that operate their Dhaka-Delhi flights via Kolkata.last_img read more

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3 Benefits of CloudBased Accounting Tools for SmallBusiness Owners

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first_img Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. December 14, 2016 Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. What do a pastry chef, a construction project manager and a creative design director have in common? As small-business owners, each opened up shop to serve customers and do what they love — not to spend hours on accounting or bookkeeping.Fortunately, today’s small-business owner can take advantage of an ever-growing suite of organizational tools and technologies to reduce the headaches of managing invoices, bills and receipts while increasing the time spent pursuing new business opportunities. These tools are increasingly available as cloud-based offerings, and most small businesses should consider migrating their current accounting workflows to the cloud.What, exactly, is the cloud? Cloud-based software, or software as a service (SaaS), offers users access to technology on a subscription basis. The software provider securely hosts all necessary databases and servers, and small-business owners access their data anytime, anywhere via internet connection.Related: SaaS is Gaining Ground in India: Here’s Why Your Business Also Needs ItMany small-business owners may wonder if they can expect the same functionality from cloud-based accounting programs that they’re accustomed to with traditional desktop versions. While it’s true that cloud-based versions of tools like QuickBooks may provide slightly different functionality compared with a desktop version, what current versions of cloud tools lack in functionality they make up for in versatility and long-term viability.Software providers are likely to continue phasing out desktop solutions and limiting or discontinuing support, which means that customers who migrate accounting workflows to the cloud today won’t be stuck with an unsupported product in the future. Additionally, small businesses that upgrade accounting workflows to the cloud can also enjoy a number of other benefits that SaaS models allow. Here are a few:Related: When It Comes to Adopting the Cloud, You’ve Got To Secure Company Data1. Enable smart organization for a distributed workforce.Since accounting information stored in the cloud can be added or accessed anywhere, team members can quickly and easily complete their work regardless of their physical location. Whether a sales rep needs to add expense receipts or a project manager needs to check an invoice for a supplier, having cloud-based tools in place makes organizing and accessing important information as easy as taking a picture of a document or searching by vendor, amount or date.2. Maintain relationships and easily verify discrepancies.Relationships with vendors and distributors play an enormous role in the success of many small businesses. When a vendor or distributor questions why a bill hasn’t been paid, small-business owners that leverage cloud-based tools can quickly search for invoices. Advanced cloud tools allow team members to search by virtually any term to locate a bill and identify whether it was missed and pay for it quickly to preserve the vendor relationship.Related: 20 Online Invoice Solutions That Offer More Than Just Invoicing3. Use a broader suite of secure apps.Cloud applications such as QuickBooks Online and Neat not only provide access to information and documents from any device, but they also integrate with other cloud-based tools. As soon as a small business starts using one cloud-based accounting technology, it’s easy to extract and leverage data across a number of different platforms and reduce time spent on manual data entry.Small-business owners start businesses because of passion for what they do — not to spend time managing paperwork. Migrating traditional accounting workflows to cloud-based solutions enables small-business owners to reduce time spent managing information and improve overall operational efficiency.  3 min read Register Now »last_img read more

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NET announcements Preview 2 of NET Core 22 and Entity Framework Core

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first_imgYesterday, the .NET community announced the second preview of .NET Core 2.2 and the Entity Framework 2.2. They also released C# version 7.3 and ML.NET 0.5. Let’s have a look at the highlights and features of each of these announcements. .NET Core 2.2 Preview 2 .NET Core 2.2 Preview 2 can be used with Visual Studio 15.8, Visual Studio for Mac and Visual Studio Code. Following are two highlights of this release. Tiered Compilation Enabled The tiered compilation is enabled by default. The tiered compilation was available as part of the .NET Core 2.1 release. During that time, one had to enable tiered compilation via application configuration or an environment variable. It is now enabled by default and can be disabled, as needed. In the image below, the baseline is .NET Core 2.1 RTM, running in a default configuration, with tiered compilation disabled. The second scenario has tiered compilation. One can see a significant request-per-second (RPS) throughput benefit with tiered compilation enabled. The numbers in the chart are scaled so that baseline always measures 1.0. Such an approach makes it very easy to calculate performance changes as a percentage. The first two tests are TechEmpower benchmarks and the last one is Music Store, a frequent sample ASP.NET app. Platform Support .NET Core 2.2 is supported on the following operating systems: Windows Client: 7, 8.1, 10 (1607+) Windows Server: 2008 R2 SP1+ macOS: 10.12+ RHEL: 6+ Fedora: 27+ Ubuntu: 14.04+ Debian: 8+ SLES: 12+ openSUSE: 42.3+ Alpine: 3.7+ Read about the .NET Core 2.2 Preview 2 in detail, on Microsoft blog. Entity Framework Core 2.2 Preview 2 This preview includes a large number of bug fixes and two additional important previews, one is a data provider for Cosmos DB and the second one, new spatial extensions for .NET’s  SQL Server and in-memory providers. New EF Core provider for Cosmos DB This new provider enables developers (familiar with the EF programming model) to easily target Azure Cosmos DB as an application database. It also includes global distribution, elastic scalability, ‘always on’ availability, very low latency, and automatic indexing. Spatial extensions for SQL Server and in-memory This implementation picks the NetTopologySuite library that the PostgreSQL provider uses as the source of spatial .NET types. NetTopologySuite is a database-agnostic spatial library that implements standard spatial functionality using .NET idioms like properties and indexers. The extension then adds the ability to map and convert instances of these types to the column types supported by the underlying database, and usage of methods defined on these types in LINQ queries, to SQL functions supported by the underlying database. Read more about the Entity Framework Core 2.2 Preview 2 on the Microsoft blog. C# 7.3 C# 7.3 is the newest point release in the 7.0 family. Along with new compiler options, there are two main themes to the C# 7.3 release One provides features that enable safe code to be as performant as unsafe code. The second provides incremental improvements to existing features. New features that support the theme of better performance for safe code: Access to fixed fields without pinning. Easy Reassign ref local variables. Use of initializers on stackalloc arrays. Easy use of fixed statements with any type that supports a pattern. One can use additional generic constraints. The new compiler options in C# 7.3 are: -publicsign to enable Open Source Software (OSS) signing of assemblies. -pathmap to provide a mapping for source directories. Read more about the C# 7.3 in detail in its documentation notes. ML.NET 0.5 The .NET community released ML.NET version 0.5. ML.NET is a cross-platform, open source machine learning framework for .NET developers. This version release includes two key highlights: Addition of a TensorFlow model scoring transform (TensorFlowTransform) Starting from this version, the community plans to add support for Deep Learning in ML.NET. Following this, they introduced the TensorFlowTransform which enables taking an existing TensorFlow model, either trained by the user or downloaded from somewhere else, and get the scores from the TensorFlow model in ML.NET. This new TensorFlow scoring capability doesn’t require one to have a working knowledge of TensorFlow internal details. The implementation of this transform is based on code from TensorFlowSharp. One can simply add a reference to the ML.NET NuGet packages in thier .NET Core or .NET Framework apps. Under the covers, ML.NET includes and references the native TensorFlow library which allows writing code that loads an existing trained TensorFlow model file for scoring. New ML.NET API proposal exploration The new ML.NET API offers more flexible capabilities than what the current LearningPipeline API offers. The LearningPipeline API will be deprecated when this new API is ready. The new ML.NET API offers attractive features which aren’t possible with the current LearningPipeline API. These include: Strongly-typed API takes advantage of C# capabilities. This helps errors to be discovered in compilation time along with improved Intellisense in the editors. Better flexibility: This new API provides a decomposable train and predict process, eliminating rigid and linear pipeline execution. Improved usability: This new API makes direct call to the APIs from user’s code. No more scaffolding or insolation layer creating an obscure separation between what the user/developer writes and the internal APIs. Entrypoints are no longer mandatory. Ability to simply score with TensorFlow models: One can also simply load a TensorFlow model and score by using it without needing to add any additional learner and training process. Better visibility of the transformed data: User’s have better visibility of the data while applying transformers. As this API inclusion will be a significant change in ML.NET, the community has started an open discussion where users can provide their feedback and help shape the long-term API for ML.NET. Users can share their feedback on ML.NET GitHub repo. Read more about ML.NET 0.5 in detail, on Microsoft blog. Read Next Task parallel library for easy multi-threading in .NET Core [Tutorial] Use App Metrics to analyze HTTP traffic, errors & network performance of a .NET Core app [Tutorial] Microsoft’s .NET Core 2.1 now powers Bing.comlast_img read more

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Pearsons baggage handlers could be striking tomorrow

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first_img By: Brennan DohertySource: The Canadian Press Pearson’s baggage handlers could be striking tomorrow Share Tags: Airports, Toronto, Toronto Pearson Airport, Travel Alert TORONTO — Ground crew for 45 airlines at Pearson International Airport could be walking a picket line Thursday, potentially delaying flights.Airlines that would be affected include Canjet, Air Transat, Air France, British Airways and KLM Royal Dutch.The union representing 700 Swissport workers at Pearson filed a 72-hour strike notice on Monday and will ask its members to shoot down the company’s final offer.“We are suggesting that our members reject this offer,” said Christopher Monette, a spokesman for Teamsters Local 419.If this happens, the workers – including baggage and cargo handlers and cabin cleaners – will be able to walk off the job on Thursday night.Monette didn’t give specifics on why the union wants its members to reject Swissport’s final offer, because the union hadn’t yet presented it to its membership.But the Teamsters recently raised issues with the company’s decision to hire 250 temporary workers last May.A statement issued by the Teamsters last week claimed the temporary workers only receive three to four days of training, rather than the three to four weeks afforded to their union counterparts.More news:  ‘Turn around year’ for TPI brings double-digit growth“We don’t think Swissport can basically do their jobs with workers that have no experience and poor training,” Monette said, adding that the temp workers themselves aren’t to blame.“It’s not their fault. They’re being placed in an impossible situation,” he said.Swissport said that its workers all receive a minimum of 10 days of classroom training, as well as on-the-job instruction.The union also claims that Swissport hired the 250 workers as a way of putting leverage on workers during the current round of contract talks.“We’re concerned that Swissport is willing to sacrifice airport safety to gain an upper hand at the bargaining table,” Harjinder Badial, vice-president of Teamsters Local 419, said in a statement issued last week.Swissport responded that it hired the temporary workers to help handle the summer travel rush, which it said it is allowed to do under the collective agreement.“We are confident that protocols are being followed,” Pierre Payette, Swissport Canada’s vice-president of operation, said in a statement.The Teamsters have filed a formal complaint with the Canadian Industrial Relations Board over the matter.More news:  Marriott Int’l announces 5 new all-inclusive resorts in D.R. & MexicoAmong its claims are that there hasn’t been a significant change in their members’ workload and that Swissport gave the union a day’s warning before it began hiring the 250 temporary workers.Swissport said it wouldn’t comment on the specifics of the union’s allegations, citing the upcoming CIRB case.Payette has said Swissport “categorically denies” the union’s allegations.“Swissport is fully confident, however, that the CIRB will dismiss these allegations as unsubstantiated and without merit,” he said.Swissport called its final offer to the union fair and competitive, and expressed disappointment that the union may strike.“Regardless of this outcome, we remain open to ongoing negotiations and optimistic that an agreement will be reached with the union,” the company said.Monette says the union’s members don’t want to strike.“Our members are hardworking folks – they want to keep working,” Monette said. “But they’re not going to allow themselves to be bullied by Swissport.” Wednesday, July 26, 2017 << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

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