Pro-choice people who have become pro-life

first_imgLifeSiteNews 12 August 2013Let’s be honest. To truly be successful advocates for life, we can’t just spend our time “preaching to the choir.” We must step outside our comfort zone to reach those who are on the other side. This is no easy task when you’re faced with individuals who hurl obscenities, act combative or are willfully defiant. But if we’re to change hearts and minds, we must first try to understand the motives of those who are for abortion.Not all pro-abortion advocates are the same, but I believe there are five general traits that exist among this group. They are:Disconnected: They resort to a narrow viewpoint that this is only an issue of women’s rights, rather than facing the reality that there is another life at hand.Deceived: Through misguided intentions, they believe that they’re truly helping women.Disassociated: This represents those who say, “I wouldn’t do it, but it’s not my place to make the decision for someone else.”Denial: Out of selfishness, some deny responsibility and believe in sex without consequences, including pregnancy.Dehumanizing: This is an attempt to reject the humanity of the unborn child by not considering him or her to be a person.What’s common throughout these characteristics is that the perspective is narrow—they lack the vision to see the entire picture. And that’s the key. Advocates of abortion want to stay focused only on their limited talking points. When a person’s eyes are opened to the full reality of what abortion means, viewpoints can and will change. To learn how this transition succeeds, let’s take a look at some true stories of individuals who were once in favor of abortion.http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pro-choice-people-who-have-become-pro-life-three-storieslast_img read more

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Asisat Oshoala: Still the African Queen

first_imgAsisat Oshoala “4 times baby!!! Sometimes you forget to smell the roses along the way in life. I’m always the type thinking about my next move and never really stop and celebrate the things in between. This is such an amazing accomplishment and I’m happy. But there’s still work to do.“Grateful to be African Women’s Player of the Year for the 4th time. Thank God, my Family, Friends and Fans for the support. Big shoutout to my club, my management, teammates at both national team and club level and of course thanks to @CAF_Online for the opportunity,” she tweeted.A historic fourth triumph saw the Super Falcons striker equal the record held by Perpetual Nkwocha since she claimed 2004, 2005, 2010 and 2011 prizes.Having seen her African feat matched; the former Nigerian international has hailed the 25-year-old on her latest achievement and believes she has what it takes to win a record fifth gong.“I remember vividly when you were asked in an interview who you looked up to as a young star and you called my name,” Nkwocha wrote on her Instagram page on Wednesday.“I smiled because I’ve seen you play. Hmmm, what do you do if Messi says he looks up to you? You just smile. Congratulations Star girl. Make and break the records girl. The world at your feet.”Oshoala was the only Nigerian who picked up an award on Tuesday night after Super Eagles stars Samuel Chukwueze and Victor Osimhen lost out in the Young Player of the Year award to Moroccan defender Achraf Hakimi, Swedish coach Thomas Dennerby who was nominated for the Women’s Coach of the Year for his job with the Super Falcons of Nigerian lost out to Desiree Ellis of South Africa while the Super Falcons of Nigeria were beaten to the Women’s National Team of the Year by Cameroon.To cap the bad night, no Nigerian player made the FIFPro Best African XI of the Year making it five years since a Nigerian made the Best African XI of the Year. In the last decade, only four Nigerians have managed to make the XI seven times.Vincent Enyeama and Taye Taiwo in 2010, Taiwo again in 2011, Enyeama and Mikel Obi made it in 2013 while Ahmed Musa and Enyeama were included in 2014.Having won the golden ball and the golden boot at the 2014 U-20 Women’s World Cup as Nigeria finished runners-up – added to an African Cup of Nations winner’s medal the same year, the young striker started to turn heads internationally.Oshoala has never compromised her passion for the round leather game right from the onset, as she abandoned her education for football against the wishes of her parents.“My passion for football made me drop out of school. This is one sport I won’t compromise. Growing up, people see me as a tomboy as I always play alongside male footballers. Those that chose to go to school do so because they want to make it in life likewise those of us that opted to play football. Though, my opting to play football was against my parents’ wish because they were not happy with my decision then but now I have brought them joy. I’m still not ruling out returning to school,” Oshoala said.Oshoala joined Barcelona on loan in January last year before securing a permanent deal with her convincing form.“My goal is to strengthen the team and help them to win and make history. This is a fantastic opportunity because I’m sure something big will happen here,” these were the words of Oshoala at her unveiling by Barcelona.“This is obviously one of the best clubs in the world. The team has a great history and wonderful football mentality,” she said after she completed her switch. I am excited about playing with Vicky Losada again. She’s a great midfielder, with a lot of energy and skill. I also met Fabiana in China and she helped me to make this decision.”Before joining the Barcelona, Oshoala has won highest goalscorer back-to-back in the Chinese women league.She became second Super Falcons player to play in the Spanish Gemini after Fransisca Ordega played for Atletico Madrid Gemini side.Oshoala is no stranger to the big stage. In 2015, at just 20, she was named the BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year, making her the first player to win the new award from the BBC World Service voted for by football fans around the world, beating Spain’s Veronica Boquete, German Nadine Kessler, Scot Kim Little and Brazilian Marta to the honour.Oshoala, who was the youngest player to be shortlisted, was the leading scorer at the U-20s World Cup in Canada in 2014 and was voted the tournament’s best player.Oshoala made headline when she signed for Liverpool in July 2015, becoming the first African player to play for any English women’s side.“When I got the deal from them, I was very excited. I supported Liverpool when I was younger, especially when Luis Suarez was still here. He’s a player I have really admired,” Oshoala said.In addition to Suarez, the Falcons star also idolises former Real and AC Milan midfielder, Clarence Seedorf.“I like him so much. I like players who work hard and give everything on the pitch. When you see a player like that, he is an inspiration. I love the way Seedorf played; I love everything about him. For the same reason, I admire Luis Suarez. He is ready to give everything and do everything for his club. I love players like that,” she said.In a chat with THISDAY, former Falcons goalkeeper, Ann Chiejina is optimistic that the way Oshoala is going, she would one day climb the podium for the FIFA Award.“I just hope and pray she keeps working hard. With the way she’s going she is not too far from being selected for the FIFA Women’s Footballer Award,” Chiejina said.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Though, she could not inspire the Super Falcons to win a ticket to the 2020 Olympic Games football event, her ingenuity on the pitch of play was not undermined. On a night Nigeria lost four of its five nominations at the CAF Award in Egypt, including the absence of any of the country’s player in the Best XI of the Year, Asisat Oshoala saved the day as she emerged Best African Female Footballer of the YearAsisat Oshoala on Tuesday beat the duo of Ajara Nchout of Cameroon and South Africa’s Thembi Kgatlana to emerge the Best African Female Footballer of the Year at the 2019 CAF Awards ceremony in Egypt.Tuesday’s feat made it the fourth time the 25-year-old who plays for the Spanish side Barcelona is being crowned the best African female footballer after she won the award in 2014, 2016 and 2017, and was also among the final three in 2018 but lost to her South African rival Kgatlana.Shortly after she was announced as the winner, Oshoala took to Twitter to thank her family and friends, as well as her fans and colleagues locally and internationally for their support.last_img read more

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Though flu cases have declined, officials still advise vaccination

first_imgDespite a semester-long push for students to take special precautions against the flu, USC health officials say not nearly enough students have been vaccinated — and they’re worried about student health heading into next semester.Though cases of the flu have declined in recent weeks, officials warn the illness could resurface during and after winter break.“No one knows what to expect after winter break, but that is the normal time for us to see the flu, so it could have another peak when students travel,” Dr. Lawrence Neinstein, executive director of the University Park Health Center, wrote in an email.According to Neinstein, cases of Influenza-like Illness jumped from 30 in the first week of school to 131 in the third week. Since then, however, cases have declined, and Neinstein said recently an average of 20-30 cases have been reported each week.The health center does not specifically test for H1N1, but does occasionally determine if the flu is type A, B or C, which gives a glimpse into the frequency of H1N1 cases.“We did do some rapid screening for type A early on to see if we were seeing H1N1, as most positive type A this season are H1N1,” Neinstein wrote.Early in the year, Neinstein said, 40 percent of people tested for the flu were positive for type A. Now, however, that number has fallen below 10 percent.But despite the recent lull, Neinstein said students should remain vigilant in guarding against the flu, and the best defense, he says, is vaccination.“If prevention was really wanted, the students would come in and get the vaccine. That is the main and best modality of prevention,” Neinstein wrote.Jeff Diamond, a spokesperson for the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, said winter break is the ideal time for students to be vaccinated if they haven’t been already.“As more and more vaccines become available and it seems we are in a short decline in the number of cases being reported, [it is] the outstanding window of opportunity for college students to take the vaccine,” Diamond said. “Especially with the traveling over the holiday break, it’s a very good idea.”But Neinstein said the majority of students seem uninterested in the vaccine.“Most students do not want the vaccine,” Neinstein wrote. “About 10 percent or less of students have been vaccinated, that number should be way over 50 percent. I would like to see students banging down the doors for the vaccine without a crisis occurring on campus.”Neinstein noted that students and young adults are among the groups hit hardest by H1N1, yet are also among the least likely to get vaccinated.Amanda Smith, a sophomore majoring in broadcast journalism, was among those who took advantage of the resources offered by the health center and got the H1N1 vaccine.“I will go for any risk prevention. If one shot could save my life, why not?” Smith said.But some students like Jac’Quez Page, a freshman majoring in psychology, said they are hesitant about getting a flu shot because some people have experienced negative side effects.“It just doesn’t seem like a sure thing,” Page said.Still, both Diamond and Neinstein emphasized the importance of getting vaccinated, because of the potential for abrupt changes in the flu’s patterns. Like Neinstein, Diamond said it was impossible to determine how flu cases will trend during and after winter break, even though reports are down at the moment.“We have no earthly idea,” Diamond said. “The pandemic is totally unpredictable. We simply don’t know.”last_img read more

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FIFA approves 48 team World Cup for 2026

first_imgWhile noting that a bigger tournament would bring in more money, the FIFA chief has also argued that more World Cup berths would help drive football’s global growth.Africa and Asia could be the big winners in a larger format with a rise in their number of places, currently at 5 and 4.5 respectively.But in order to smooth over scepticism about World Cup reform within UEFA, it is likely that Europe will also see its allotments rise above the current 13 places. Zurich, Switzerland | AFP | FIFA’s ruling council on Tuesday unanimously approved an expansion of the World Cup to 48 teams in 2026, with a format of 16 groups of three nations.“The FIFA Council unanimously decided on a 48-team #WorldCup as of 2026: 16 groups of 3 teams,” a tweet from FIFA’s official account said.The decision marks a major coup for the body’s president Gianni Infantino who has made enlarging football’s showcase event the centrepiece of his young administration.The controversial proposal has faced criticism from some of the sport’s most powerful voices, including warnings that it would dilute the quality of play and overburden already exhausted players.But Infantino had in recent weeks voiced confidence that his flagship project would be approved. Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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T-Birds overcome pesky Kootenay Ice to sweep BCMMHL series in Nelson

first_imgShawn Campbell of Castlegar and Cranbrook’s Terrell Clarricoates replied for the Ice, trailing 4-2 after 40 minutes.Sunday, Fraser Valley scored twice in the second to steal the win.Jake Mulder and Mackenzie Wright gave Fraser Valley the two-goal advantage before Matthew Dyck made it 3-0 minutes into the third frame.Hunter Floris of Vanderhoof scored the lone goal for Kootenay.Curt Doyle of Nelson was in goal Sunday for Kootenay.Kootenay sits last in the 11-team BC Hockey Major Midget League with a record of 2-15-1.The Ice play host to the Vancouver Northeast Chiefs this weekend in Nelson. The Kootenay Ice were happy to be home after spending the past few weeks on the road in the BC Hockey Major Midget League.However, home cooking wasn’t enough to put the Ice over the top as Fraser Valley Thunderbirds squeaked out a pair of wins 5-2 Saturday and 3-1 Sunday.Five different players hit the scoresheet in the opener for Fraser Valley as the visitors grabbed the first game of the two-game set Saturday.Jonathan Stein, Jake Mulder, Justin Hargrave, Jamie Housch and Jonathan Rees scored for the T-Birds.last_img read more

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ETB learners awarded certificates at evening of celebration – Pic Special

first_imgDonegal ETB’s Further Education and Training (FET) Service presented QQI certificates at an awards ceremony to over 175 learners in the Millpark Hotel on Tuesday evening last.Cróna Gallagher, Director of Donegal ETB’s Further Education and Training Service welcomed over 200 students, guest and staff to the awards presentation.Anne McHugh, Chief Executive congratulated the learners on their achievement and outlined the range of courses and services that Donegal ETB provides. She spoke about Donegal ETB’s Adult Guidance Service which provides guidance and information about both full and part-time courses that are available.Mr. Geoffrey Browne, Chairperson of Donegal ETB, congratulated each student on their achievement and spoke about how Donegal ETB’s FET Service has developed courses and programmes of learning that respond to the economic, cultural and social profile of the county.Mr. Browne described it as an innovative service and acknowledged the work of CE Anne McHugh and FET Director Cróna Gallagher for their work in ensuring that Donegal ETB FET’s service has both a strong national and local profile.Students were from a range of ETB courses and programmes: Youthreach, VTOS, Learning for Living, Recognition of Prior Learning, BTEI and Community Education. A number of students spoke about their experience and learning journey. Awards were presented in the following subjects: Digital and computer skills from introductory to advanced level, Business Administration, E-business, Customer Service, English and Communications, English language skills, Setting Learning Goals, Event Production, Entrepreneurial Skills, Mathematics, On-line Form Filling, Media Studies and Health Service Skills.The work and commitment of staff and tutors who facilitated and supported the teaching and learning process was also praised.Some of the courses presented this evening were co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning (PEIL) 2014-2020.Further information on Donegal ETB can be found on its website (www.donegaletb.ie) or social media accounts – #GoFurtherWithDonegalETBYouTube (Donegal ETB) and LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/company/donegaletb).BTEI Business and Digital Skills Group Donegal Town. (John/jmac.ie)ECDL Group Donegal Town.Community Education Training and Development Group.BTEI Early Childhood care and Education and ECDL Group, Ballyshannon.Event Management and Entreprenural Skills, Castle Adventure Open Farm.Horticulture Group Killybegs and Donegal Town.CE Scheme participants, Donegal Town.IT Skills Donegal Town.IT Skills Bundoran.Farmers Group and ICT Donegal Town.ICT Group Killybegs.  Youthreach Ballyshannon Group.ETB learners awarded certificates at evening of celebration – Pic Special was last modified: November 28th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:awardsdonegalETBlast_img read more

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Gauteng, Ford in skills partnership

first_img30 June 2010The Gauteng provincial government and Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa have jointly established a world-class Supplier Incubation Facility outside Pretoria as part of a R100-million investment in skills development in South Africa’s vehicle manufacturing industry.The public-private partnership between Gauteng and Ford serves as a blueprint for future projects, and the provincial government says it will continue to promote such partnerships in the manufacturing sector.Primary growth sectorBlue IQ, the provincial agency responsible for flagship projects such as the Gautrain, Newtown and the Nelson Mandela Bridge, facilitated the new training facility at Ford’s assembly site in Silverton.Blue IQ chief executive Amanda Nair says the agency considers the automotive industry as a primary growth sector in the future of Gauteng.The Supplier Icubation Facility will be attached to the Ford Motor Company’s production facility following its recent R3-billion investment to produce the T6 next-generation compact pick-up truck.An economic impact report recently concluded that Ford’s T6 Model will contribute R79-billion to the Gauteng economy over the next 15 years and create around 700 000 direct and indirect employment opportunities.Skills development and trainingThe Gauteng Government has committed R50-million for the construction of the facility and an additional R15-million for start-up costs for black economic empowerment (BEE) companies. A further R32-million is allocated for training and development programmes at the assembly plant.More than 400 people will be trained during 2010 and a further 50 people will benefit through the incubator programme. A four-year training and development plan is in place to develop skills and ensure the growth of a globally competitive workforce.Government investmentThe Gauteng provincial government has demonstrated its commitment to growth in the automotive industry by including this sector in its industrial policies and future strategies.It has provided the land adjacent to the Ford facility upon which a 7 200 square metre factory will be constructed. At least four new black businesses will be established at this factory to perform value-add sub-assembly work to main suppliers on the vehicle production line.“Our objective is that these [BEE] companies will acquire the skills and experience to eventually become full-fledged suppliers to the South African automotive sector,” said Nair.Supporting economic growth, jobsHuge setup and investment costs have, in the past, limited opportunities for smaller enterprises to participate in the industry, and the new initiative will assist prospective suppliers to overcome these hurdles.A governance board will be established between Ford, its major suppliers and government to evaluate applications, award opportunities to participate and monitor their performance.Blue IQ and its subsidiaries in the automotive sector will provide business training and mentoring while Ford and its suppliers will be responsible for the technical training, quality control and the monitoring of safety standards.At the conclusion of an initial 10-year period, the Supplier Incubation Facility will either be transferred to Ford or continue in its existing form, depending on the requirements of the company at that time.Nair said the project confirmed the value of Blue IQ as a facilitator of strategic infrastructure that supports economic growth and job creation.“The [public-private partnership] model we have put in place is working well. We are delighted that Ford has continued to expand their manufacturing commitments in the province of Gauteng.”SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

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CitySourced gives Ranters an iPhone App

first_imgWhy Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Related Posts A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… dana oshirocenter_img Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Are you pissed off about potholes, graffiti or broken street lights? Similar to the Federal government’s efforts with Data.gov and Google’s recent Public Sector release, CitySourced is offering users a chance to take government matters into their own hands. This year’s TC50 third place runner-up, CitySourced is a crowd pleaser on a number of levels. If you’re the type of person who writes letters to congressmen, editors and counsillors, you’re likely to help power this app. CitySourced offers citizens a chance to photograph their local pet peeves directly from their iPhones. Users send their pictures and complaints to their local municipalities with a couple clicks. From here, governments are recognize the needs of their constituencies and are forced to take action. While programs like Apps for America and Apps for Democracy work to crowd source programmer-driven applications, CitySourced can be utilized by a non-technical user. In addition to the decision-making data being generated from this service, cities also offer users an active outlet for their frustrations. Instead of sending out arbitrary rants and suggestions to their Twitter accounts, users still get a chance to complain while receiving a direct line to their municipal reps. If cities have the courage to make these complaints public, the site could become as entertaining as Craigslist’s Best Of page while still maintaining its usefulness. Tags:#crowdsourcing#web last_img read more

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Westbrook wins MVP award after historic season

first_imgDrake and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver (left and center) present 2016-17 NBA Most Valuable Player award to Russell Westbrook. AFPNEW YORK, United States — Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook, who became only the second player in NBA history to average a triple double for an entire season, was named the NBA Most Valuable Player on Monday at the inaugural NBA Awards show.Westbrook defeated fellow finalists James Harden of Houston and Kawhi Leonard of San Antonio to claim the season MVP award for the first time in ceremonies at New York.ADVERTISEMENT Cameroon center Joel Embiid and Croatia’s Dario Saric, both with Philadelphia, were losing finalists for the top newcomer award.Golden State forward Draymond Green was voted the Defensive Player of the Year, defeating co-finalists Leonard and French center Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz.“This isn’t an individual award,” Green said. “There are five guys on the floor every time. I can’t do this all by myself so I appreciate them.”Golden State’s Bob Myers was named Executive of the Year.Houston Rockets guard Eric Gordon was named the NBA’s top reserve player, taking the Sixth Man Award.“We just had an unbelievable year,” Gordon said. “I would like to thank my teammates and my coaches for making my job easy this year.”Houston’s Mike D’Antoni was named Coach of the Year over San Antonio’s Gregg Popovich and Miami’s Erik Spoelstra.“This is the ultimate team award,” D’Antoni said. “You do not win this alone.”Nowitzki named top teammateGerman star Dirk Nowitzki of Dallas was named Teammate of the Year in voting by players, the 39-year-old forward expected to be back with the Mavericks next season.“My teammates are there to support me and push me and motivate me,” said Nowitzki. “I still enjoy to compete. Hopefully, I’ll be around a couple more years.” “I couldn’t do none of this without you guys,” he said. “I can’t say thank you enough.”Westbrook also won awards for best style and from fans for the game winner of the year.Greek star Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks won the Most Improved Player award, beating out Gobert and Serbian forward Nikola Jokic of the Denver Nuggets.Another Bucks standout, Milwaukee guard Malcolm Brogdon, won Rookie of the Year honors and thanked his teammates.“They believe in me,” he said. “They have given me tremendous opportunity… This is a testament to guys who get overlooked. You can always achieve your dreams if you have faith and you sacrifice.”ADVERTISEMENT Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire What ‘missteps’? Serena Williams asks McEnroe for respect after comparison to men World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide View comments MOST READ Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ The 28-year-old guard who helped the Americans win 2012 London Olympic gold averaged a league-high 31.6 points plus 10.7 rebounds and 10.4 assists a game, matching Oscar Robertson from 1962 with double digits in three statistical categories for a full season.“To everybody in Oklahoma City who helped me go out every night and compete at a high level, I thank you for that,” said Westbrook, who invited teammates on stage with him.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“It was an amazing season for me but without these guys none of it would have been possible. This award is not for me. It’s for all of us.”Westbrook thanked “all my fans all across the world who appreciate me” and cried as he thanked his wife and parents. LATEST STORIES Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken Other fan-voted awards went to Leonard for block of the year, Golden State’s Klay Thompson for performance of the year in a 60-point effort, Golden State’s Kevin Durant for best playoff moment for a 3-pointer in game three of the NBA Finals, Golden State’s Stephen Curry and Green for assist of the year and Oklahoma City’s Victor Oladipo for dunk of the year. CBBSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Cayetano to unmask people behind ‘smear campaign’ vs him, SEA Gameslast_img read more

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a month agoValverde: Granada a test of Barcelona credentials

first_imgAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Valverde: Granada a test of Barcelona credentialsby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona coach Ernesto Valverde expects a big test of their credentials at Granada.Barcelona have failed to win either of their opening two LaLiga Santander games on the road, first losing to Athletic Club (1-0) before drawing with Osasuna (2-2).That was followed up by a 0-0 draw at Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League in midweek and Valverde feels that all has to change.”Away from home we are not getting good results, it is costing us,” Valverde said during his press conference.”The [Osasuna] game in Pamplona, which we turned around, we were not able to win. We have to change that dynamic.”These kind of grounds can determine the championship because it is where you cannot slip.” last_img read more

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