Man United’s £240m Neymar bid takes entertaining new twist as Rihanna gets involved!

first_imgAccording to The Sun, Manchester United are trying to sign Barcelona superstar Neymar for £240m.That amounts to a £140m transfer fee, plus £100m on wages, taxes and add ons.It’s a sensational story, but as one United fan told us, trying is one thing, succeeding is entirely another matter. Just like trying to pull Rihanna.Listen to the entertaining call from Red Devils fan Jonathan in the audio player above.last_img

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Obama: African for White House?

first_imgKhanyi MagubaneHe’s seen as one of the most charismatic and inspirational presidential hopefuls in US history. At the end of 2008 Hawaii-born Barack Hussein Obama could not only make history by becoming the first black president of the US, but also the first to have extremely close ties to Africa, where his grandmother still lives.Obama’s father Barack Obama Sr was born and raised in a small village west of Kenya, where he grew up herding goats with his own father, a domestic servant to the British.An intelligent student, Obama Sr was awarded a scholarship to study in the US, where attended the University of Hawaii and later Harvard. In Hawaii he met Ann Dunham. Their marriage was short-lived, and the couple divorced shortly after the birth of Obama Jr. The candidate’s father returned to Kenya, where he became one of the country’s most respected financial advisors. In 1982 he died in a car crash.Harabi, Kenya!In 1988, six years after his father’s death, the young Obama made his first pilgrimage to the east African country in search of his Kenyan roots. Back then he made the long trip from the capital Nairobi to his family’s village by bus. Once there he met he met his grandmother, “Mama Sarah” Onyango, for the first time.Today, 86 year-old Onyango lives in the same village, where she follows her grandson’s presidential race with keen interest. She says despite his busy schedule in the US, Obama still takes time out to make contact with her, more so since the outbreak of post-election political unrest in Kenya over the past few months.Onyango lives just an hour away from Kisumu, the hometown of Raila Odinga, the leader of Kenya’s main opposition party, the Orange Democratic movement. Kenya was plunged into crisis after the re-election of President Mwai Kibaki, which Odinga and his supporters claim was rigged.Obama condemned the violence in a January 2008 radio broadcast. “I have been deeply troubled by the recent news out of Kenya,” he said. “The instability and tragic violence pose an urgent and dangerous threat to the people of Kenya, and to Kenyan democracy …“The Kenyan people have a proud history of supporting the growth of democracy in their country … Despite irregularities in the vote tabulation, now is not the time to throw that strong democracy away. Now is a time for President Kibaki, opposition leader Odinga, and all of Kenya’s leaders to call for calm.“Now is the time for this terrible violence to end.”Obama has always been outspoken about human rights injustices. In the mid-1980s he put his law studies at Harvard on hold and moved to Chicago, where he became a community organiser with a church-based group, seeking to improve living conditions in poor neighborhoods plagued with crime and high unemployment.On his return to Harvard to finish his law degree Obama became the first African American president of the Harvard Law Review.On graduation he returned to Chicago to practice as a civil rights lawyer and teach constitutional law. His advocacy work led him to run for the Illinois State Senate, where he served for eight years. In 2004, he became the third African American to be elected to the US Senate.In 2006 Obama returned to Kenya in a markedly different visit: this time he was a high-profile politician travelling on a private jet, protected by bodyguards.The Road to the White HouseIn February 2007 Obama announced his candidacy for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, running neck-and-neck with US senator Hillary Clinton. He has run a campaign that has focused on bringing change to Washington and uniting the country, with the motto, “Change we can believe in”.Several high-profile celebrity endorsers have come out in support of Obama, including talk-show host Oprah Winfrey, author Toni Morrison and actors Robert DeNiro, Will Smith and Ben Stiller.The latest statistics on the overall race for the Democratic nomination have Obama earning support from 46% of likely Democratic primary voters while Clinton attracts 42%. The US will go to the polls on 4 November 2008.Useful linksBarack Obamalast_img read more

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Analysis: South Africa’s Performance in UNDP Human Development Report 2015

first_imgThe United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) 2015 Human Development IndexPresents the 2014 Human Development Index (HDI – values and ranks) for 188 countries and UN-recognized territories.South Africa ranks 116th out of 188. With an HDI value of 0.666 for 2014, South Africa is in the medium human development category.Steady increase in HDI value since 1990, moving up 7.2% from 0.621 in 1990 to 0.666 in 2014.South Africans today enjoy a longer, healthier life, have better access to education and a more decent living standard.Table: SA’s HDI trends based on consistent time series data and new goalposts 2010(2011 HDR)20112012(2013 HDR)2013(2014 HDR)2014(*2015 HDR)Rank123 (/187)123 (/187)121 (/186)118 (/187)116[1](/188)HDI Value0.6430.6510.6590.663+0.666Life expectancy at birth54.555.556.356.9+57.4Expected years of schooling13.513.513.613.6+13.6Mean years of schooling9.69.79.99.9+9.9GNI per capita (2011 PPP$)11,83311,97712,04112,134+12,122       1. BackgroundThe 2015 UNDP Human Development Report (HDR) focuses on the instrinsic relationship between work and human development. The Report defines work not only as employment, but as a means to contribute to the public good, reduce inequality, secure livelihoods and empower individuals.The 2015 HDR presents the 2014 Human Development Index (HDI – values and ranks) for 188 countries and UN-recognized territories.South Africa ranks 116th out of 188. With an HDI value of 0.666 for 2014, SA is in the medium human development category.As noted in previous years, the country has seen a steady increase in its HDI value since 1990, moving up 7.2% from 0.621 in 1990 to 0.666 in 2014.The National Development Plan (NDP) identifies human development as a critical part of inclusive growth and acknowledges its inadequate improvement in relation to education, health and safety. South Africa has a good story developing, indicated by the steady improvement of its Human Development Index (HDI) score over the last years.Table 1 below shows the comparability across years for South Africa, presenting trends using consistent data.[i]Table 1: Trends in South Africa’s HDI, 1990–2014Human Development Index (HDI)HDI rankAverage annual HDI growthHDI rankCountryValueChange(%)199020002010201120122013201420132009–20141990–20002000–20102010–20141990–2014116South Africa0,6210,6320,6430,6510,6590,6630,66611740,170,180,870,29Table 1 illustrates, among others, SA’s HDI average annual value increase of approximately 0.29% from 1990 to 2014. The rank is shared with El Salvador and Viet Nam.South Africa has made several gradual, yet significant strides over the past few years not only in its overall HDI ranking as mentioned above, but also in other areas. Between 2010 and 2014, Life Expectancy at Birth increased by 2.9 years; Expected Years of Schooling increased by 0.1 years[i] and Mean Years of Schooling increased by 0,3 years. Gross National Income (GNI) per capita also increased by 11.8% in this same period (See Table 2 below)Table 2: SA’s HDI trends based on consistent time series data and new goalposts  2010(2011 HDR)20112012(2013 HDR)2013(2014 HDR)2014(*2015 HDR)Rank123 (/187)123 (/187)121 (/186)118 (/187)116[i](/188)HDI Value0.6430.6510.6590.6630.666 éLife expectancy at birth54.555.556.356.957.4 éExpected years of schooling13.513.513.613.613.6 éMean years of schooling9.69.79.99.99.9 éGNI per capita (2011 PPP$)11,83311,97712,04112,13412,122 éSource: 2015 HDR 2. South Africa’s Progress Relative to Other Developing CountriesCompared to other countries in the medium human development category, SA’s HDI of 0.666 is above average (0.63). The country’s performance is even more impressive when compared to the rest of Sub-Saharan Africa, which has an average HDI score of 0.518.Based on population size, SA is closest to Namibia and Congo, which have HDIs ranked 126th and 136th, respectively.Table 3: SA’s HDI indicators for 2014 relative to selected countries & groupsHDI rankCountryHDI valueLife expectancy at birthExpected years of schoolingMean years of schoolingGNI per capita (PPP US$)63Mauritius0.77774.415.68.5$ 17,470108Egypt0.69071.113.56.6$ 10,512116South Africa 0.66657.413.69.9$ 12,122126Namibia 0.62864.811.36.2$ 9,418136Congo 0.59162.311.16.1$ 6,012140Ghana 0.57961.411.57.0$ 3,852145Kenya 0.54861.611.06.3$ 2,762152Nigeria 0.51452.89.05.9$ 5,341—Sub-Saharan Africa 0.51858.59.65.2$ 3,363—Medium HDI 0.63068.611.86.2$ 6,353Source: Briefing Notes for countries on the 2015 Human Development Report  Table 3 shows that South Africa performs fairly well compared to other big players on the continent, e.g. Ghana, Nigeria and Kenya, outranking all three. That said, Mauritius has made significant strides in its development. Starting from a slightly lower HDI score than South Africa in 1990 (0.619), the country has progressed significantly to become the highest ranking African country on the Index.Table 4: SA’s HDI indicators relative to BRICSRankCountryHDI valueLife expectancyat birthExpected Years of SchoolingMean Years of SchoolingGNI per capita (PPP US$)50Russian Federation0.79870.114.712.0$ 22.61775Brazil0.75574.515.27.7$ 15,17590China0.72775.813.17.5$ 12,547116South Africa0.66657.413.69.9$ 12,122130India0.60968.011.75.4$ 5,497Source: Briefing Notes for countries on the 2015 Human Development Report The table above indicates South Africa performs strongly on several indicators, namely the Mean Years of Schooling (coming second only to Russia) and its GNI (it comes in a close third to Russia and China). Although the country has performed weakly in the Rank indicator when compared with its BRIC counterparts, this should not deflect from its overall improvements in score over the past five years.3. ConclusionAs in the previous HDR, South Africa only has 1.3% of the total population living in severe poverty. Figures for Namibia and Congo, identified as its most “comparable” African counterparts, are much higher, with 13.4% and 12.4% of the population living in severe poverty, attesting to the fact that South Africans today enjoy a longer, healthier life, have better access to education and a more decent living standard.   Brand South Africa’s Research Notes, Research Reports and Web Analyses communicate findings from Brand South Africa research, related panel discussions and analyses of global performance indices. The publications are intended to elicit comments, contribute to debate, and inform stakeholders about trends and issues that impact on South Africa’s reputation and overall competitiveness.Views expressed in Research Notes, Reports and Analyses are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of Brand South Africa, or the Government of the Republic of South Africa. Every precaution is taken to ensure the accuracy of information. However, Brand South Africa shall not be liable to any person for inaccurate information or opinions contained herein.Contacts Dr Petrus de Kock – General Manager Research – [email protected] Judy Smith-Höhn- Research Manager – [email protected] Leigh-Gail Petersen – Researcher – [email protected]:[i] Note that because national and international agencies continually improve their data series, the data — including the HDI values and ranks — presented in the Human Development Report are not comparable to those published in earlier editions.[ii] The improvements in the Schooling categories are particularly impressive when considering the longer term improvements in this area. Between 1980 and 2014, Expected Years of Schooling increased by 2.2 years and Mean Years of Schooling by 5 years.[iii] There is an inconsistency with the ranking on the UNDP website. The pdf reports rank SA at 116, as does the online HDI ranking overview, while a click on the link to South Africa country website overview puts SA at 117th. Brand SA has contacted UNDP to clarify.last_img read more

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Getting to Know Spider Insulation

first_imgComparisons with celluloseI have long been a fan of cellulose insulation, and I have actively promoted it over the years. But spray-applied fiberglass has some advantages that I came to appreciate while working with and chatting with the installers.While cellulose has higher recycled content (about 80% — the rest being flame retardant, usually borates), Spider has reasonable recycled content: 20% post-consumer and 5% pre-consumer recycled glass.Spider goes in at significantly lower density: typically 1.8 pounds per cubic foot (pcf), while cellulose is typically installed at 3.5 to 4.0 pcf. For our cathedral ceiling application, we were worried that the 15” insulation depth would be so heavy with cellulose that it would cause the drywall to bow inward between the strapping.The insulating value is slightly higher with Spider: R-4.2 vs. 3.7 to 3.8 for dense-packed or damp-spray cellulose.Acoustic performance is similar; both work very well at blocking noise. According to Johns Manville, Spider installed in a 2×4 exterior wall, with 1/2” particleboard siding, 1/8” pressed-cardboard sheathing, and 1/2” drywall, provides an STC (sound transmission class) rating of 43, which is much higher than a comparable wall with fiberglass batt insulation and somewhat higher than a wall with cellulose.Fiberglass is an inorganic fiber, so if it gets wet it may dry out better than cellulose — though you don’t want any fiber insulation material to get wet.From a health standpoint, cellulose and Spider are both made without formaldehyde, but Spider doesn’t require a flame retardant, while cellulose does. While the borate flame retardants used in cellulose have always been considered safe for humans, the Europeans have recently challenged that contention, and those chemicals are being considered for addition to the European REACH program. There has in the past been concern about respirable glass fibers potentially being carcinogenic, but this concern has largely disappeared, and with Spider few fibers seem become airborne.Spider installation is far less dusty than cellulose. I was working in the house during most of the two-day installation, and I was amazed how little insulation was in the air. I wore a dust mask, but was otherwise unprotected. My arms and eyes didn’t get at all itchy, as they do when I have installed fiberglass batts. The installers were wearing shorts and tell me that they experience no itchiness. The fiber insulation is sprayed from the truck and as it is blown into the wall or ceiling cavity the fibers are coated with a small amount of acrylic binder. That makes the fibers sticky (thus the name “Spider”) so they stay in the cavities. It even works in overhead cavities, where netting is required with cellulose.As with damp-spray cellulose, the cavities are over-filled, then the excess is trimmed flush with the inner face of the studs or rafters. This is done with a special “scrubbing” or “screeding” tool, which has a wide, electric roller that spans two studs or rafters.As Spider is installed, a second worker vacuums up the material that doesn’t stick to the cavity or is scrubbed off, and this goes back into a hopper in the truck. With the most advanced installation equipment, as was used on our project by Environmental Foam of Vermont, the recovered insulation is mixed with virgin material at a ratio that can be adjusted. For overhead blowing into cathedral ceilings, a higher proportion of virgin insulation is recommended for better adherence, while a higher proportion of the recovered insulation can be used in walls. We’ve just completed the installation of a relatively new and (at least in New England) little-known insulation material called Spider. As a reminder, the house we are renovating (really rebuilding) in Dummerston, Vermont, has provided an opportunity to try out dozens of innovative products and materials that I’ve long researched and written about in Environmental Building News.Insulation has been a particular focus of the project, in part because some of the most common insulation materials on the market have environmental or health concerns, including halogenated flame retardants and blowing agents that contribute significantly to global warming.In previous blogs I described Foamglas, a cellular-glass material, that we installed under the foundation slab and on the outside of the foundation walls, and expanded-cork boardstock insulation that we installed on the outside of above-grade walls spanning over the wood framing.Here I’m covering the third innovative insulation product we used on the project: a spray-applied fiberglass product made by the Johns Manville Company called Spider. Alex is founder of BuildingGreen, Inc. and executive editor of Environmental Building News. In 2012 he founded the Resilient Design Institute. To keep up with Alex’s latest articles and musings, you can sign up for his Twitter feed. Spray-applied insulation that doesn’t require nettingSpider insulation is installed into open wall and ceiling cavities in much the same way that damp-spray (or wet-spray) cellulose is installed. Like cellulose, it fills very well around wires, penetrations, and any irregularities in the wall cavity. It performs far better than fiberglass batts, which I think should only be considered on very small jobs where bringing in an insulation contractor can’t be justified. RELATED ARTICLES GBA Encyclopedia: Blown-In InsulationHow to Build a ‘Perfect Wall’Q&A: Spider InsulationQ&A: Double-stud wall insulation methodsQ&A: Indoor air quality and fiberglass insulation The contractor’s truck makes fewer tripsFor our installer, Kent Burgess of Burlington-based Environmental Foam of Vermont (an insulation contractor which installs a wide variety of insulation materials, despite the name), one of the biggest advantages over cellulose is that he can fit about two and a half times as much of the bagged material into his truck than with cellulose. This is mostly because it goes in at a lower density, but I think the packed bags are also more dense. For a large job this can mean avoiding the need to return to home base to fill up with bags of material.Kent used to install a lot of cellulose, but he far prefers Spider now. He is fairly new to Spider — having purchased equipment only last fall — so he was able to convince his mentor, Kyle Novak, of Advanced Insulation Systems in Traverse City, Michigan to make the 12-hour drive east to help out of our job. The deep, sloped-ceiling application was tricky, and Kyle’s experience would be invaluable, since he has been installing Spider since early 2006, not long after it was introduced to the market. It costs a little more than celluloseKent says that Spider averages about 10% more expensive than damp-spray cellulose, but costs have a lot to do with the size of the project and the distance traveled. For a project further from his home base, using Spider can avoid the need for a return trip to pick up more material. In that case, Spider will be significantly less expensive.Kent says the price of installed Spider averages about $1.50 to $1.65 per square foot for a 2×6 wall, or roughly 28-30¢ per board-foot, vs. maybe 24¢ per board-foot for cellulose. A quality closed-cell spray polyurethane foam (SPF) job will cost 80¢ to $1.00 per board foot for a large job, and with SPF there is the issue of how much can be installed at a time (because the curing is an exothermic reaction, and the foam heats up). Plus, Spider is a lot safer; supplied-air respirators aren’t needed with Spider, while they are with SPF.The drawback is the cost of getting set up to install Spider. Kent has about $70,000 invested in the equipment.In the seven years Kyle has been installing Spider he’s had no real problems. “I think it’s the greatest thing on the face of the Earth,” Kyle told me after spending a day and a half spraying the material. “It doesn’t settle,” he said, and customers love the look of the finished job.When Kyle has gone back into houses insulated with Spider to do repairs or additions and opened up walls, he has seen absolutely no problems.For cavity-insulation applications, Spider is a great option. Cellulose is also a great product, but for deep installations and sloped ceilings, I don’t think anything beats Spider today. Fiberglass batts aren’t even in contention.last_img read more

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LIKE FATHER LIKE DAUGHTER

first_imgReferees John and Louise Frost are refereeing together at the 2006 NTL for the first time, but hopefully the first time of many.After gaining her level 4 qualification in December 2005, Louise is just 23 years old and is here at the Seniors 2006 NTL for the first time, while her father John is here for the third time.“It’s certainly a challenge being at the NTL, it gets you moving to your full potential and is also great for meeting lots of other referees you have heard about but don’t know,” said Louise.“I’ve also really enjoyed running water for other referees, it’s good to know you’re helping and that you’re positive for the referees on the sideline, encouraging them and so forth,” she said.After coming back from an overseas trip and being just a little low on money, John managed to convince Louise that refereeing was the answer to her financial needs.“We’ve refereed at park level together for a while, and I did need the exercise, so dad got me going and now we’re here,” Louise said.“I think that kids and young adults need to know refereeing is an excellent way to build confidence, before I started I was really shy, now I don’t shut up!”They may have started refereeing at park level, but John can see Louise continuing right through to a World Cup event.“I may be bias, but I believe my daughter can go all the way to World Cup competition, she is only 23 but she’s very mature and is becoming a very good referee,” John said.“I’m very proud of her, she’s strong and committed and has fun at the same time.”Louise is also quick to praise her father in the way he handles the players on the field.“He’s an excellent referee, the way he always gives it his all, his words are always wise and he runs really hard,” she said.While the father and daughter combo are yet to referee together at the NTL, it’s clear the example John has set for Louise and the lead she has to follow.last_img read more

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Alabama’s Bo Scarbrough, Who Had Knee Surgery 2 Days Ago, Posts Video Of Leg Lift

first_imgAlabama Bo ScarbroughAlabama Bo ScarbroughThis past Friday, Alabama freshman running back Bo Scarbrough, a five-star recruit from Tuscaloosa, tore the ACL in his right knee during a team scrimmage. Monday, he underwent surgery to repair the injury. Wednesday, he’s already starting rehab, completing straight leg lifts. Really.Scarbrough, who is clearly excited about how his recovery is going, posted a 30-second Twitter video of himself extending and lifting his right leg in a doctor’s office. It’s impressive, given the quick turnaround.Two day out of surgery and already can do a straight leg lift! It’s a blessing to be able to come back and work hard! pic.twitter.com/8NQ31ZDsjR— Bo Scarbrough (@starbo06) April 8, 2015Scarbrough was a huge get for the Tide, and has a bright future ahead. Let’s hope he’s back on the field as soon as possible.last_img read more

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Jets Could Use Tim Tebow At Running Back

The running back-deficient New York Jets could use Tim Tebow in the position, coach Rex Ryan said, although the team had not practiced him at the spot a few days before its game Sunday against New England.Backup running backs Bilal Powell and Joe McKnight missed two practices this week because of injury, opening a question to Ryan about the option of using Tebow as a ball-carrier.“That’s a possibility,” Ryan said. “The thing about Tim, with him being a football player like we’ve always talked about, by playing quarterback he knows all the positions and so, can you plug him in at running back? Can you plug him in at tight end, whatever? I think the answer is yes.”Powell injured his shoulder in Sunday’s win over the Colts, and McKnight hurt his ankle soon after.Tebow, officially the team’s backup quarterback behind Mark Sanchez, has 64 rushing yards this season, but almost all out of the Wildcat formation after a direct snap. He gained muscle mass over the offseason to help block in his new role with the punt-protection team. So although technically a quarterback, Tebow has acquired the physique for contact and has been used to block on offense as well.Tebow has played running back already this season, taking a couple of snaps at the position against the 49ers, but none of his carries have come as a back. They’ve all come from the shotgun as part of the Wildcat and read-option package.“I would be ready for whatever I would be asked to do, absolutely,” Tebow said Wednesday.But to be exclusively a running back?“I don’t know,” Tebow said. “It’s not something that’s been talked (about) or planned or worked on at all, so probably not.”Belichick, speaking Wednesday, said Tebow is “really another running back for them.” read more

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Sane left out of Germany World Cup squad

first_imgGermany boss Joachim Low has shockingly left out Leroy Sane in national side’s final 23-man World Cup squadThe Manchester City winger has had a sensational campaign in England and played a key role in the club’s domination in this season’s Premier League.In his 49 games this season, Sane scored 14 and added 15 assists on his way to being crowned the PFA Young Player of the Year.However, despite these impressive statistics, Sane along with Bayer Leverkusen pair Bernd Leno and Jonathan Tah and Freiburg striker Nils Petersen were all dropped from Low’s final squad.Germany captain Manuel Neuer has successfully earned a place in the final squad after making his comeback after nine months out in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat by Austria.Top 5 Bundesliga players to watch during the weekend Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 11, 2019 With the international activity cooling down for the next month, we go back to the Bundesliga’s Top 5 players to watch next weekend.The German…Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil and City’s Ilkay Gundogan also made the squad as Germany look to become the first nation since Brazil to retain their World Cup title.The final 23-man squad for the #WorldCup ????#DieMannschaft #ZSMMN pic.twitter.com/SOJa14wIOD— Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) June 4, 2018Germany have been drawn in Group F of the World Cup with South Korea, Sweden and Mexico.last_img read more

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Agent Juventus Inter Milan want Han Kwangsong

first_imgCagliari striker Han Kwang-song is of interest to both Juventus and Inter Milan for a January move, according to his agentThe North Korea international is currently on his second loan spell with Serie B side Perugia after netting seven goals in 17 appearances for the club last season.Despite playing in the second division of the Italian league though, Kwang-song could soon find himself playing alongside the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus or Ivan Perisic with Inter.“I’m not directly aware of anything happening in the summer,” Agent Sandro Stemperini told Calcio Mercato.“It may be that, in the many meetings between Juventus and Cagliari, they went back to talking about Han but if so it was a discussion only between the two clubs.“For January I’m certain because I was in those meetings and I worked on it. It wasn’t simply that the clubs didn’t agree, there was a difference between supply and demand.“It was a complicated negotiation because it involved several other players, and unfortunately it wasn’t successful.Rick Karsdorp, Roma, Serie AKarsdorp reveals he had too much stress at Roma Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The Dutch defender has been with the Gialorrossi since 2017, but he has not enjoyed his time in the Italian Lega Serie A.“I also talked about him with [Walter] Sabatini when he worked at Inter. There were several clubs interested, there are always a lot of requests for information, but contact is one thing and a formal meeting is another. That only happened with Juventus.”Kwang-song is the first North Korean to score in the Italian top-flight.Although the 20-year-old has just managed 12 appearances in total for Cagliari, who face Fiorentina this weekend.#han #hankwang #HanKwangSong #casteddu #forzacasteddu #cagliari #cagliaricalcio pic.twitter.com/ZPD8Pr02dP— Kwang Song Han (@hankwangson) April 10, 2017last_img read more

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