September 24

Deschamps hopes Barca boss plays Griezmann ‘where he can perform’

first_img Loading… Promoted ContentCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?7 Mind-Boggling Facts About Black HolesThailand’s 10 Most Iconic LandmarksTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too Much8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Theories About The Death Of Our Universe7 Non-Obvious Things That Damage Your PhoneCulkin Cracks Up The Web With His Own Version Of ‘Home Alone’Nothing Compares To Stargazing Places Around The WorldBest Car Manufacturers In The World France boss Didier Deschamps has been talking about Antoine Griezmann and how the arrival of Ronald Koeman will affect the striker at Barcelona. The new Barca boss has already spoken about Griezmann and how he plans to use him in his preferred position next season, and Deschamps says he hopes that the 29-year-old can go on and shine at the Camp Nou in 2020-21. “I will speak with Griezmann, as I do with the rest of the players, they all have different feelings in their clubs and we talk about it, but I don’t have any special message to give him,” he said. “Today everything is uncertain and it is not known what will happen. Messi will continue, he will not continue … A new coach can mean different ideas.Advertisementcenter_img Read Also: JUST-IN: Lionel Messi could stay at Barcelona until 2021 “I hope he puts him in a position where he can perform and show all his skills. He doesn’t have that problem with us because he knows exactly what we want from him.” Griezmann is currently with the France squad for Nations League games against Sweden on Saturday in Stockholm and Croatia on Tuesday in Paris. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

September 20

State Senator Manny Diaz Found the Timing of the Teacher Rally “Odd”

first_imgState Senator Manny Diaz Jr, the Education Committee Chairman talked to 850WFTL about the issues facing teachers and students in Florida such as teacher pay, school safety, common core and testing. He also said that he found the massive teacher rally at the beginning of the legislative session strange because both the Governor, Ron DeSantis and the lawmaker were proposing legislation to increase teacher salaries. He added that the teaches had a constitutional right to rally even though the timing was odd. https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Sen-Manny-Diaz.mp3The teachers who joined the march were complaining that the proposed salary increases were for new hires and did not address the veteran educators.Florida ranks #3 nationally in the overall category of education with a #1 ranking for higher education but ranks #27th for its K-12 schools.Senator Diaz offered some ideas to help the undergraduate students to excel.Listen to the full interview here:https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/SFS-Sen.-Diaz-Education.mp3last_img read more

September 17

Big East : West Virginia to join Big 12, take Missouri’s place

first_imgWest Virginia will leave the Big East to join the Big 12 conference. WVU has been approved by the Big 12 to replace Missouri when the Tigers move to the Southeastern Conference, according to the Associated Press on Tuesday.The report cites ‘a person with knowledge of the decision,’ who spoke on the condition of anonymity because it hadn’t been formally announced by the school or the Big 12 that its Board of Directors unanimously approved inviting West Virginia.The Big 12 plans to remain at 10 teams right now, and West Virginia would become the 10th member of the conference.The Mountaineers’ impending departure adds to the uncertainty already surrounding the future of the Big East, as the conference would be left with five football-playing members. WVU will be the fourth school to leave the Big East in the last six weeks. Syracuse and Pittsburgh announced their moves to the Atlantic Coast Conference on Sept. 18, and Texas Christian jumped to the Big 12 on Oct. 10 rather than joining the Big East next year as planned.West Virginia has been the Big East’s most successful football program since 2003, when Miami and Virginia Tech decided to leave for the Atlantic Coast Conference. Since 2004, the Mountaineers have won four Big East championships and had no fewer than eight wins in a season.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textA Big East spokesman said Tuesday afternoon that the conference was unaware of West Virginia’s plans to move to the Big 12. The spokesman said the conference is still pursuing a 12-team football model as announced previously. To reach that goal, the Big East would have to add seven schools without WVU.Calls and emails to West Virginia and the Big 12 were not immediately returned.Cincinnati, Connecticut, Louisville, Rutgers and South Florida will be the only football members left in the conference. Big East Commissioner John Marinatto said in a teleconference Oct. 18 that all 14 schools were excited and endorsed the Big East’s expansion plan, which included West Virginia. The schools unanimously voted to double the exit fee to $10 million Oct. 17.When asked in the teleconference if the Big East would consider dissolving if it lost any more members, Marinatto said discussions on the possibility never came up. He also said the Big East was positioned well to adjust to any further movement.Missouri’s decision to apply to the SEC is considered inevitable, but the timetable is uncertain, according to the report. West Virginia’s move to the Big 12 depends on Missouri’s departure, so there is no timetable for WVU to receive a formal invitation, according to the report.But the report said the Mountaineers will accept an invitation when it is offered.When it does become official, the Mountaineers will have to pay the $5 million exit fee. The increased exit fee does not take effect until one school commits to join the Big East. WVU would also be forced to wait the 27 months required by Big East bylaws before beginning play in the Big [email protected] Published on October 24, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Ryne: [email protected] Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more