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Nimba Electoral District # 9 Captures Trophy

first_imgNimba County Electoral District # 9 has captured the trophy of the week long district league in the grand final played at the Kumasi Sport Pitch in Ganta City, Nimba County to climax the celebration of July 26 Independence Day.The final match between Districts #9 and #3 began at 4pm with District # 3 dominating the first quarter of the first half with District #3 striker William Gala sent a spot kick into the hands of their opponents’ goalkeeper.In the 33rd minute a penalty was awarded to District # 9 after a long kick from the corner touched the hand of one of District #3 defenders and Marcus Paye scored the penalty.District #3 boys tried all techniques to find the equalizer but to no avail till the end of the half. The second half began with District #3 mounting making several substitutions but could not till the game ended. A giant size trophy was awarded the first winner with some unspecified cash while several awards went to 2nd and 3rd winners.The game brought together about ten thousand Namibians to support their various districts and it is the first such a tournament has been held, since the end of the civil-war.The Steering Committee of Nimba Sport Association, headed by Prince Howard told spectators that the tournaments was intended to bring together all talented players that could be selected for the county national soccer team. He said 50 players have been identified from the total number of 225 players.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Fabregas admits throwing pizza at Sir Alex

first_img0Shares0000Cesc Fabregas reacts in a past game for ChelseaLONDON, United Kingdom, Oct 5- Cesc Fabregas has finally confessed he threw pizza at Sir Alex Ferguson during the famous ‘Battle of the Buffet’ at Old Trafford.The Chelsea midfielder had long been suspected as the culprit in 2004 after Manchester United had beaten Arsenal 2-0 to end their 49-game unbeaten Premier League run and he has confessed on Sky One’s A League Of Their Own. On the upcoming episode, host James Corden asks Fabregas: “Tonight, can we finally put the case of the flying pizza to bed once and for all? Were you the culprit that thew the pizza?”“Yes,” replied Fabregas.“All of a sudden, I heard noises (from the tunnel) and I thought what’s happening? So I go out with my slice of pizza and I saw Sol Campbell, Rio Ferdinand, Martin Keown… everyone pushing each other.“I was like, I want to get in but I don’t know how to and I threw… peeew… just threw it. Once I saw it was hitting, like, who it was hitting, which I didn’t mean…”Fabregas confirmed the pizza hit Ferguson in the face and added: “I apologise Sir Alex, really didn’t mean to do that!”The game itself was given extra spice due to Keown’s treatment of Ruud van Nistelrooy in the same fixture a year earlier, after the United striker had missed a penalty.Arsenal were furious at Gary and Phil Neville for ‘kicking’ Jose Antonio Reyes, as well as Van Nistelrooy raking his studs down Ashley Cole’s shin, and Ferdinand bundling over Freddie Ljungberg when clean through on goal.Their sense of injustice grew when Wayne Rooney threw himself over Campbell’s outstretched leg to win a penalty that turned the game in United’s favour.-By Sky Sports–0Shares0000(Visited 2 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more

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Sharks forward determined not to let history repeat itself

first_imgLike our Sharks Facebook page for more San Jose Sharks news, commentary and conversation.SAN JOSE — Newly acquired defenseman Erik Karlsson has been — and will continue to be — the focal point of Sharks training camp, with the two-time Norris Trophy winner set to participate in his first practice with his new team on Wednesday morning.Tuesday, though, was the first real opportunity for several players to show they should be in the opening night lineup with Karlsson, a group that includes …last_img read more

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2009 Conference

first_img“This World Cup is the real thing. You must feel that there is something happening in this country. The banners you use must be larger than life. Every street corner must be filled. We must feel that this show is in town.” Dr. Irvin Khoza, Chairperson 2010 FIFA Organising Committee The 2010 National Communication Partnership (NCP) featured insightful dialogue, rigorous debate and resounding agreement that the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ is South Africa’s next defining moment. We would like to thank you for your participation in this, the fourth communicators’ conference, held on 17th August 2009.As communicators, we support the sentiment that was expressed by Minister Sibusiso Ndebele, in stating, “As a country and continent, we need to pull together. The 2010 FIFA World Cup calls for unity of our people because together we can do more.” Indeed, together we can turn 1.5 million arrivals into 1.5 million advocates of the South African brand and drive greater understanding of Africa’s vibrancy, trade and investment potential.We would also like to express our gratitude to you, for your continued commitment to the National Communications Partnership. It is through your commitment, energy and channels to stakeholders that we can: define and demonstrate our South Africanness ; manage those critical moments of truth that will turn visitors into advocates, and, empower and inspire all South Africans to deliver the first “full colour” World Cup that will help provide the springboard to our Nation’s future growth.To maintain the momentum that was generated on the 17th August It is our commitment to deliver timeous and accessible communication to you, our country’s communicators. In this regard, please keep in contact with us on the 2010 NCP blog or via Twitter. We welcome your continued dialogue and ideas. Please also upload the CD that was provided in your conference packs, which will ensure that you receive our updates and correspondence.Furthermore, in line with the core objectives of the 2009 Conference (to generate an integrated communication plan informed by reliable information from key stakeholders ,and to provide conference attendees with information that will enable them to communicate appropriate facts to their respective stakeholders), we will be disseminating a comprehensive conference report by the end of August 2009, for your use.To view the programme, click here.Should you have any further enquiries, please feel free to contact, Ms. Margaret DingaloIMC Director of Stakeholder RelationsTel: 011 483 0122E-mail: margaretd@brandsouthafrica.comorMr Tiyani RikhotsoTel: 012 314 2834E-mail: tiyani@gcis.gov.zaSincerelyThe National Communications Partnershiplast_img read more

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The Best Way to Insulate a Foundation

first_imgChoosing rigid foam insulationA consideration of several types of rigid insulation — polyiso, EPS and XPS — inevitably brings up a discussion of blowing agents they’re manufactured with. EPS and polyiso both are made with pentane, a hydrocarbon, while XPS is made with a hydrofluorocarbon (HFC).“XPS is one of the least-green insulating materials out there due to its HFC-soup blowing agents, the predominant component of which is HFC134a (automotive AC refrigerant), which has a global warming potential about 1,400 [times that of] CO2,” Dorsett says. “EPS and polyiso are blown with pentane, at 7 [times] CO2.”Manufacturers’ claims their insulation won’t damage the atmosphere’s ozone layer are another, unrelated topic, Holladay says. Ozone-damaging blowing agents have been been illegal for years.Not interested in a discussion of blowing agents, Ealy says, just the problem at hand.But the topic is germane, Dorsett replies, because blowing agents affect performance of the insulation over time.“The blowing agent is a long term-performance issue, not just an environmental discussion,” Dorsett says.XPS loses its blowing agent over a span of 40 or 50 years, he says, so that its performance gradually drops to that of EPS of the same density. On the other hand, foams blown with pentane lose all of their blowing agent in a matter of weeks, and they’re labeled at the “full depleted R-value, which is stable over time.” The foil facing of polyiso slows the process somewhat.“EPS in thicknesses of a few inches will be fully depleted in the first year after manufacture, maybe even the first month,” Dorsett says. “Thick blocks of EPS manufactured at a few feet of thickness are something of a fire hazard in the first months, since they are still outgassing significant quantities of pentane. Type-II (1.5-lb. density) EPS is usually cheaper per R than 1.5-lb. XPS, too, and in applications where you don’t need the lower vapor retardancy or thinner profile (such as under slabs) it’s perfectly reasonable to substitute EPS where XPS was specified.”Polyiso, however, should not be used under slabs or in contact with soil because it will absorb groundwater over time, resulting in lower performance. Does the footing have to be insulated, too?One of Ealy’s questions is whether the lack of foam insulation around the footing makes a significant heat-loss difference in the design. Dorsett thinks not.“The XPS stopping at the top of the footing does leave a thermal bridge, but it’s between the ground temperature and interior temperature, not the outdoor extremes,” Dorsett says. “Extending it down the side of the footing doesn’t change it much. But the full foam under the slab that turns the corner isolating the slab from the footing is a significant thermal break, and if that’s continuous with continuous interior wall foam it’s pretty good.”One area not to overlook is the strip of concrete between the edge of the mud sill and the inside of the foundation wall. Any rigid insulation on the interior should go up and over the top of this ledge, while the inside of the band joist also needs insulation. RELATED ARTICLES CONSTRUCTION DETAILS Building Plans for Energy Efficient Basement RemodelingFoundation Strategy Checklist How to Insulate a Basement Wall Avoiding the Global Warming Impact of InsulationGreen Basics: Rigid Foam InsulationInsulating Roofs, Walls, and FloorsFoundation types The plan for interior insulation is not the bestAn obvious problem with the plan to add 2×2 studs and 2 inch foam on the interior of the foundation is that the foam is thicker than the studs by 1/2 inch, Dana Dorsett points out. But even if the foam and studs were of the same thickness, this approach still has a big weakness: thermal bridging.“It would be a waste of foam anyway,” he writes, “since its performance is severely undercut by the thermal bridging of the framing.”A better plan would be to add 1 1/4-inch-thick sheets of polyiso foam whose seams are sealed with foil tape between 1 1/2 inch and 2 inches wide. The foam would be held in pace by 1×4 furring strips, attached with concrete screws driven into the foundation wall.“That way you’d have an unbridged layer of R-7 between the furring and the concrete, keeping the furring warm and dry (no need for pressure-treated), and the air gap between the foil and gypsum adds another ~R-1 of thermal performance, from the radiation barrier effect and trapped air films.”Polyiso 1 1/4 inch thick should be available from a number of vendors, he adds, even if it’s not typically available in big box retail stores. Foil-faced polyiso also is much safer to use on the interior than either XPS or expanded polystyrene (EPS) in the event of a fire.The other issue to consider, Dorsett says, is the potential for the wall to wick up water from the concrete. A 2×2 applied directly to the foundation would be able to absorb water from the wall and transfer it to the drywall on the interior. That problem goes away when the insulation is held against the concrete with furring strips and concrete screws. “The amount of moisture you’d wick with TapCons is near zero,” he says. Those are the issues for this Q&A Spotlight. Applying foam to the foundation exteriorEaly writes that he has been able to pick up enough 2 1/2-inch graphite-coated EPS, a product called Insulfoam Platinum GPS, to do the entire house. But getting the insulation to stick to the concrete is proving to be a problem.It looks like he’s sticking with the plan to use the Colphene membrane over the insulation, so the issue is getting the EPS to adhere to the foundation wall long enough to allow the application of the Colphene and then backfill — a matter of a couple of days.He’s tried a water-based adhesive; it took 1 1/2 tubes of the stuff to get a bond, and that would be too expensive to be used on the entire foundation. He’s now considering large plastic washers helped in place with concrete screws, although it’s more work than he’s like to invest.GBA senior editor Martin Holladay suggests a specialty fastener, such as Hilti IDP insulation anchors or Rodenhouse Plastic-Grip PMF fasteners. Nethaniel Ealy, a builder in Idaho who’s about to pour a concrete basement foundation, is trying to come up with insulation and waterproofing details that will be effective and within the budget.The current plan is to place 2 inches of extruded polystyrene (XPS) on the outside of the foundation walls. At some point in the future, the homeowners would place another 2 inches of foam on the inside of the foundation walls between 2×2 studs, and then apply drywall over the studs.When it comes to waterproofing, Ealy has a couple of choices. One is a water-based sealer applied directly to the concrete. The other is an elastomeric membrane called Colphene ICF that’s typically used over insulating concrete forms. The peel-and-stick membrane would be applied over the foam, not on the concrete.The Colphene will add another $1,000 to construction costs, Ealy adds in this Q&A post at Green Building Advisor. Is it worth it?He also wonders about the overall approach to insulation.“Since the exterior XPS just terminates on top of the footing in this design and does not encapsulate the footing, how much of a benefit does it actually pass on in terms of insulation?” he asks. “Would it be better to just install 4 inches of XPS (or comparable) on the interior and forgo the external XPS layer? If so, I would also plan to skip the Colphene and just seal my foundation with a water based coating. Any flag going that route?” Our expert’s opinionHere’s what GBA technical director Peter Yost thinks:A number of interesting issues have been raised here, and I’ll address them one at a time.1. Placing insulation on both sides of the foundation basement wall. If you place insulation on both sides of a concrete foundation wall (as in insulated concrete forms), the interior insulation dampens the thermal mass impact of concrete.In general, I like to pull any structural wall to the inside, including concrete, to take advantage of the thermal mass but also because continuity of the air and thermal barriers is always easier from the exterior. But, of course, exterior foundation insulation introduces two other issues: dealing with the planar difference with the above-grade exterior wall and how much more susceptible the exterior insulation is to damage, both during construction and occupancy.There is really nothing wrong with insulation on both sides; it just irks me when proponents of this approach claim benefits from the thermal mass.2. Foundation walls and the difference between the above-grade and below-grade portions of the wall. There is considerable debate, particularly in the Passivhaus community, about just what level of insulation should be achieved for below-grade assemblies, including down at the basement floor, generally at least 6 feet below grade.There is no doubt that the portion of the concrete wall that is above grade should be insulated to the same levels as any above-grade wall. But there is a changing temperature profile as you drop from grade, even in the winter, which means that by the time you are 6 feet under, the temperature difference between the inside (the home) and the outside (the soil) is about 15 F° at most (see the photos below).The real reason to insulate the total depth of the concrete exterior wall and underneath the basement slab is comfort and interior air quality. Elevating the surface temperature of the lower walls and floor reduces opportunity for biological growth (primarily mold and dust mites) and increases thermal comfort (due to the higher mean radiant temperature and higher floor surface temperature).Insulating the footing just does not prove to be worth it for energy efficiency, thermal comfort, or air quality.3. Waterproof the most durable component of the wall — the concrete. Keeping the foundation wall dry, given that you are burying it for the life of the building, means waterproofing — not dampproofing — the concrete foundation wall. Waterproofing materials — defined by ASTM standard as elastic enough to span cracks and keep water out under a head of water equal to 8 feet — is more expensive than dampproofing, but this is not the place for reduced performance driven by reduced cost.4. EPS and pentane as a blowing agent. I checked in with the technical team at Atlas Insulation on this one: just about all of the pentane used as the blowing agent in EPS insulation leaves the insulation during manufacture and is recaptured in the factory for use as a fossil fuel for space heating or other needs.last_img read more

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AAP accuses Goa government of harassing deputy sarpanch

first_imgThe Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Goa accused the BJP-led coalition government on Friday of harassing a former deputy sarpanch, who had filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the high court last month seeking a probe into alleged illegalities committed by Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar’s son Abhijat in an eco-tourism project.The project is located near the Netravali wildlife sanctuary in South Goa. Addressing a press conference, AAP Goa convenor Elvis Gomes said the former deputy sarpanch Abhijit Dessai was “unfairly” sacked by an order of the director of the State panchayat out of vengeance last month, soon after he filed a petition in Bombay High Court at Goa.“The order of the Panchayat department would not survive the judicial test but is good enough to cause fear among others that they too would meet such fate,” Mr. Gomes said. On February 12, the Bombay High Court at Goa had issued notices to Mr. Abhijat Parrikar and several other government agencies in connection with the petition filed against him by Mr. Dessai for alleged destruction of forested area for construction of an eco-resort located near the Netravali wildlife sanctuary. All have been directed to respond to the high court notice by March 11.last_img read more

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Parental guidance: Playing for fun, dad unwittingly sets Krizziah on lane to greatness

first_imgAteneo holds on, beats La Salle in Game 1 of UAAP Finals MOST READ Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 The Taboras have gone a long way since the days when Junky was bringing young Krizziah Lyn to the bowling centers, unconsciously exposing her to the sport whenever he unwinds in the bowling alleys of Ever Gotesco Commonwealth.But the itch to knock down pins soon bit Krizziah, and one fateful afternoon, the then-14-year-old asked her father if she could give it a try.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“She told me she wanted to play,” recounted Junky, unbeknownst of the potential his daughter possessed. It didn’t take long, though, as the girl who was throwing balls for fun gave the elder Tabora a glimpse of what her future holds, scoring 243 points in their game.“As a bowling aficionado, it brings me great pride to see my child excel in the sport I love,” said Junky. That passion drove Krizziah to continuously hone her craft, earning her a ticket to her first Bowling World Cup in 2012 and finally, got her in the semifinals of the 2017 event, where she dispatched Rocio Restrepo of Colombia, 249-222. On the cusp of greatness, the younger Tabora found a familiar face as she faced regional rival Siti Safiyah Amirah Abdul Rahman of Malaysia for all the marbles.But even before the title clash, Junky had a premonition of sorts with the way his daughter has performed this year. “We had a dinner and I told her that I felt we had a bit of a trend. She won bronze (in the women’s team of five) in SEA Games, and then silver (in the women’s team of four) in the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games. Maybe, we can get gold this time because I can see that her practice runs have always been good,” he shared.Then, the pins started to fall as Krizziah confidently downed her frames against the equally motivated Malaysian foe.Though the match was tense at first, the 26-year-old Tabora gained a bit of a breathing room midway through the match as she scored strikes in frames five to nine, building a 167-133 cushion and prompting the Malaysian opponent to give her a low-five in an apparent admission of defeat as the crowd started to buzz with anticipation.Though the noise, Junky remained silent as she waited for his daughter to finish off the frames, waiting for the moment all the pins dropped before he celebrated.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Read Next But fate works in mysterious ways, and with that, Junky found himself in an unfamiliar position, not as a player but among the crowd, as he and wife Thelma prayed for the heavens for their daughter fighting for flag and country at the 53rd QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Hermosillo, Mexico.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES On the 10th frame, Krizziah first had a spare before closing the match with another strike to end the game, 236-191 as her father jumped in jubilation with his arms spread out, celebrating her triumph in the crowd.“I was really waiting for that moment when the ball hit the bowling pins. It was only there when I felt I could celebrate,” said Junky, as his daughter gave the Philippines its first World Cup conquest after CJ Suarez’ victory in 2003 and become the eighth Filipino Bowling World Cup winner. Tabora also joined the ranks of legends Lita dela Rosa and Bong Coo to win the plum in the women’s division, a first for the country in 38 years.Junky would have to wait a full hour before Krizziah made it out of the lanes and into his arms, giving her a tight hug to cap off what was an amazing night for the Tabora family.Though the Tabora partiarch is well aware of what this Bowling World Cup victory means, not just for Krizziah but also for the whole bowling community, he’s just hopeful that this will open the floodgates for the public to reinvigorate its interest for the sport of bowling.“With the publicity given to her accomplishment, I’m wishing that bowling will once again rise here in the Philippines,” he said.But Junky is aware that for that to happen, the burden should not solely lie on the athletes reaching for the stars, but also for the powers-that-be to provide the support the sport needs to compete on a world-class level.“It’s hard to dream. We never thought that this will happen to Krizziah. Again, all we wanted was for her to enjoy. But if I have a wish to the Lord, I’m wishing that the bowling team can win gold in the Asian Games. It’s more appealing to the ear if it’s the Philippine team and not just the individual,” he said. “But for us to do that, we need to have better facilities and ample budget. If we get that, it won’t be too far-fetched that the Philippine team gains a good finish in those tournaments.”center_img QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games PLAY LIST 00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: 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 City Kris Aquino ‘pretty chill about becoming irrelevant’ Krizziah Lyn Tabora with her parents poses with her trophies which she won in winning the 53rd Qubica AMF Bowling Worldcup held in Hermosillo Mexico during an interview at Paeng Bowl in Eastwood City, Pasig on Sunday, November 19, 2017. INQUIRER PHOTO / GRIG C. MONTEGRANDE“I never thought she would get to the level where she is right now. I only wanted her to enjoy the sport I loved,” the 62-year-old businessman said. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA View commentslast_img read more

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Let the Man Spin

first_imgA lot have been said about Indian bowlers but I think they have done pretty well. We must understand that the bowlers have been given a raw deal. The Bangalore pitch was flat and that’s the reason why almost every team conceded over 300 runs. The odds are against the bowlers. Credit must be given to Indian bowlers for bringing the team back into the game against England. India were staring at a certain defeat when Andrew Strauss and Ian Bell were taking off. Zaheer Khan bowled exceptionally well to not only break the partnership but also earn India a tie if not victory.Another bone of contention has been Piyush Chawla’s inclusion in the playing XI. I think it’s a good decision. Leg spinners have always been match-winners and captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s persistence with Chawla will soon get India the desired results. It’s heartening to see the captain’s confidence in his abilities. Considering the performance of others, the young bowler has not done that badly. Almost all the bowlers have conceded more that 60 runs in their stipulated 10 overs.As the tournament progresses, the bowler’s role will become more crucial. The wickets will be turning more and spinners will be more effective. Harbhajan Singh will have to play a big role in India’s campaign for the World Cup. I’m sure he will soon be among wickets. He, along with Zaheer Khan, will be our main wicker-taking bowler. Munaf Patel has to play the role of controlling the run-rate. Ashish Nehra also has the ability to take wickets at crucial moments.advertisementAmong other teams, Australia have a very strong bowling attack. Brett Lee’s performance will be significant. He is a game-changer. Shaun Tait is also bowling well. Another team which I expect to do well in the bowling department is Pakistan. They have a very promising bowler in Saeed Ajmal. Captain Shahid Afridi is bowling brilliantly. He has been successful because he is accurate and very fast through the air. He has the ability to turn the odd ball. And the game too.- Javagal Srinath is a former Indian fast bowler and a World Cup expert with NewsX. He spoke to Kaushik Deka.last_img read more

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10 months ago​Leicester loanee Benkovic reiterates Celtic desire

first_img​Leicester loanee Benkovic reiterates Celtic desireby Freddie Taylor10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLeicester City loanee Filip Benkovic has admitted that he wants to stay at Celtic for the rest of the season.The 21-year-old is on loan at the Scottish champions, where he has impressed this season.He is a regular starter for Brendan Rodgers’ team.”I really hope I will stay here until the end of the season,” Benkovic told the Scottish Sun.”It’s not a decision for me but the Leicester coach has said I can stay here and that’s good for me.”I think staying here for a year will make me improve as a player. Coming from the Croatian league to the English Premier League is a very big difference.”I was only there for one month but I saw it was a big step up. I think this step, coming to Scotland, can make me better.”The least I can do is give 110 percent for the coach, the team and the fans.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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10 months agoPjaca agent: He’s staying with Fiorentina

first_imgPjaca agent: He’s staying with Fiorentinaby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveThe agent of Marko Pjaca says he’ll be staying with Fiorentina.Pjaca is on-loan at Fiorentina from Juventus.Marko Naletic told Violanews.com: “Right now, there’s no possibility that Pjaca will leave Fiorentina in January.“Things haven’t gone as we’d hoped so far, but Marko feels the faith that the club have placed in him and he has an excellent relationship with Pioli.“He’s very happy with how he’s settled in Florence and the dressing room. He did everything to join Fiorentina last summer.“Negotiations weren’t easy, but he insisted on making the move happen because he only wanted the Viola and didn’t change his mind.“Many clubs have called me over the last few weeks, but we haven’t considered any offers.“Muriel? His arrival doesn’t change anything. I’m convinced that Pjaca only needs to unblock him psychologically so he can return to high levels.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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