Liverpool legend slams Jose Mourinho for losing the Man United dressing room

first_img 4 revealed 4 gameday cracker 4 Defeats to Derby County and West Ham United in the space of a week have left the club in free-fall; out of the Carabao Cup and nine points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City already.However, Carragher believes what we are witnessing is nothing new. In fact, Mourinho’s self-destruction in charge of a huge club is merely history repeating itself.Writing in his Sky Sports column, Carragher said: “The last two Manchester United games I’ve seen live, in midweek in the Carabao Cup and what I saw at the weekend against West Ham, the performances were not far away from a disgrace.“What I saw at the weekend, every team will have a game like that this season, maybe two where your character and commitment get questioned. However, it might only happen once or twice a season. We’ve seen this now three or four times in 10 games under Jose Mourinho and that’s the worrying thing. Latest Premier League News tense BEST OF England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won REVEALED Mourinho’s deteriorating relationship with Paul Pogba seems to be the crux of his problems Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars And the former Liverpool man believes Mourinho has made the same mistakes once again, with equally devastating results.Carragher added: “There was an interview I read at the weekend with Rui Faria, Jose’s former assistant. He was speaking about the players they had at Chelsea and whatever they said, those players – John Terry, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba – went with. He was saying about the difference in the players now, they think they know it all and they’ve always got an answer. So that’s really Jose speaking as well. The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 tense silverware Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? REVEALED latest Rumours of division in the Man United ranks have begun to circulate Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT shining Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City “I have no doubt, from his comments today in his press conference when he said some players are trying harder than others, that he’s lost the dressing room. That’s not rocket science, I don’t even think that’s that controversial a thing to say.“The problem with that is it’s now the third time it has happened. It started at Real Madrid with Iker Casillas and Sergio Ramos. When it happened at Chelsea it was Eden Hazard and other players there. Now there’s talk of a group led by Paul Pogba at this club so there’s no doubt there are massive problems there.”The irreparable divisions caused by Mourinho at his former clubs seemingly could have been avoided on both occasions, or at least put down to his fiery character.But the enigmatic character who once declared himself ‘The Special One’ or poked assistant coaches in the eye seems to have become a shell of his former self. gameday cracker Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Most Popular Football Stories no dice Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion “I’m not speaking out of turn here. I had a conversation with Mourinho after he left Chelsea. He was manager at the Soccer Aid game, a charity game. It wasn’t just me and him so I’m not betraying confidence. There were four or five people there. The big thing he said he learnt from the Chelsea exit was that you couldn’t single out a player in a meeting in front of the other players because the players do not accept this now.“But it looks as if he has gone back to that or is still doing that at Manchester United. He’s stripped Pogba of the captaincy, which I agreed with, but it sounds like it was in front of the players. The players don’t want that now and that’s why he has lost the dressing room, and it’s not the first time.” With Zinedine Zidane seemingly set to replace him Jamie Carragher believes Jose Mourinho has lost the Manchester United dressing room in the same way he did at Real Madrid and Chelsea.The Portuguese is seemingly on the brink at Old Trafford, with Zinedine Zidane lurking ominously in the shadows. Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT huge blow Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury silverware 4 Mourinho is seemingly on the brink at Old Trafford SORRY last_img read more

Super Bowl ad winners and losers

first_img AP, Posted: February 4, 2019 February 4, 2019 Super Bowl ad winners and losers AP 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsNEW YORK (AP) — This year some of the Super Bowl ads that grabbed the greatest buzz were surprises, like Bud Light’s “Game of Thrones” teaser. Other crowd-pleasers focused on humor, like Amazon’s take on celebrity product testers.While the New England Patriots bested the L.A. Rams on Sunday in Atlanta during Super Bowl 53, brands were also winning and losing off the field. Some spots, like Google’s ad about its translation service, charmed many viewers. But others like Mint Mobile’s ad about “chunky milk” fell flat.San Diego Advertising Executive Kathy Cunningham stopped by Good Morning San Diego to discuss the hottest trending Super Bowl ads.BESTAmazonThe Amazon ad was an early crowd pleaser when it was released well ahead of the game. Harrison Ford, Forest Whitaker and other celebrities test out rejected Amazon products that feature its Alexa digital assistant, such as a talking electric toothbrush and a dog collar.Bud LightBud Light’s crossover with Game of Thrones was a hit because it came as such a surprise. What started out as the “Bud Knight” in a jousting tournament morphs into a promo for the next “Game of Thrones” season.“It was somewhat confusing at first,” said Mark DiMassimo, chief of ad agency DiMassimo Goldstein. “But it was super engaging and fun and surprising.”Stella ArtoisTo tout its partnership with Water.org, which helps provide clean water to the developing world, the beer maker shows two 1990s icons giving up their signature drinks for a philanthropy-supporting brew. “The Dude” — a Jeff Bridges character from “The Big Lebowski” —forgoes his White Russian, while Sarah Jessica Parker’s Carrie Bradshaw from “Sex and the City” eschews her cosmopolitan. The 1990s nostalgia was a hit with viewers.HuluHulu kicked off the evening’s surprises during the first break with an ad that started out like Ronald Reagan’s 1984 campaign ad “Morning in America.” But it was soon revealed to be a teaser for the next season of “The Handmaid’s Tale.” ”Wake up America, morning’s over,” a voiceover stated.“It was a great misdirect and great placement,” DiMassimo said.GoogleAn ad promoting its Google Translate service pointed out that although “words can hurt and sometimes divide,” the most translated words in the world are “How are you,” ”Thank you” and “I love you.”Kim Whitler, marketing professor at the University of Virginia, said the ad was an example of how the night’s “most powerful ads focused on unity, positivity and commonality.”MicrosoftAnother heart-tugger was Microsoft’s ad showing a disabled child talking excitedly about the fun he had using an adaptive Xbox controller designed for players with mobility limitations.“It combined true emotion, great storytelling, and relevant product innovation with an insight about their category (gaming) as a great equalizer,” DiMassimo said.WORSTMint MobileThe wireless provider was trying to stand out from larger rivals Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint. But the “gross-out” route may not have been the way to do it.The ad compares Mint Mobile’s $20-a-month wireless plan with “chunky milk,” then it shows a fake ad with a family drinking the unappetizing beverage. A mint-colored cartoon fox says the milk is “not right,” but Mint Mobile’s plan “is right.”“The ad could be confusing. People might just remember that Mint’s pricing is ‘not right,’” said Northwestern University marketing professor Tim Calkins.Turkish AirlinesTurkish Airlines created a trailer for a six-minute short directed by Ridley Scott, known for directing Apple’s iconic “1984” ad. It was the storied director’s first return to the Super Bowl in decades. But some viewers took to Twitter to express confusion over what exactly the ad was trying to promote. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, National & International News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Provocation was there Hasina

first_imgPrime minister Sheikh Hasina speaks a reception accorded to her by ruling Awami League at the Dhaka airport on her return from United States after attending the United Nations General Assembly. Photo: BSSPrime minister Sheikh Hasina on Saturday expressed confidence that Dhaka would be able to resolve the Rohingya crisis by mounting international pressure on Myanmar and through dialogue.The international community has stood by the Rohingyas once Bangladesh has sided with them, she told a reception accorded to her by ruling Awami League at the airport on her return from United States after attending the United Nations General Assembly.Dwelling on the violation of Bangladesh airspace by Myanmar air force during the initial days of the current crisis, the prime minister mentioned that Naypyidaw had instigated Dhaka in a variety of manners.I have alerted the army about this so that they do not fall into the trap of provocation by Myanmar, said Hasina.She pointed out that the Rohingyas were leading inhuman life and that they were being subjected to repression. Quite naturally, we had to give them shelter. The people of Bangladesh have shown humanitarian attitude and we did not wait for anyones assistance she added.The prime minister, however, said talks on how to resolve the crisis began at different parts of the world. Myanmar has started negotiation, she said.Sheikh Hasina, also the president of AL, was accorded the reception by her party for giving shelter to more than half a million Rohingyas and for drawing attention of the global community through her speech at the United Nations General Assembly recently.She earlier left the United States after attending the UNGA and her surgery for London from where she arrived at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the morning.last_img read more

Dhakas traffic jam causes Tk 370b annual loss

first_img.Spending hours in tailback, commuters in Dhaka city suffer from a variety of diseases caused by pressure of traffic congestion on human mind.This was observed at a roundtable on ‘Dhaka city’s traffic jam: Financial and health problems’ on Saturday.It was that the city’s traffic congestion eats up 5 million man hours every day.Research findings presented there show, the average speed of vehicles in the capital city has slowed down to only 5 kilometres per hour now from 21 kilometres per hour only 12 years ago.In a variety of research, the annual loss due to traffic jam is estimated between Tk 200 billion and Tk 370 billion and the average loss stands at Tk 370 billion a year, the roundtable was told.Experts said in view of deteriorating traffic situation in the city day by day, financial loss would increase in the coming days.Accident Research Institute (ARI) of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) and Road Safety Foundation jointly organised the programme in the city.ARI director professor Md Moazzem Hossain, presenting the keynote, urged the authorities concerned to take immediate steps to improve the traffic system.Citing research findings, he pointed out that had the required measures been taken to improve the city’s traffic situation, an amount of Tk 220 billion could have been saved every year.“If the city’s traffic situation does not improve, the average speed of vehicles will come further down to 4 kilometers an hour — even less than average walking speed — by the year 2025,” Moazzem added.He blamed narrow roads, illegal parking, occupation of footpaths and frequent diggings of roads for the traffic congestion.Former director of National Institute of Traumatology and Orthopaedic Rehabilitaion (NITOR) professor Muhammad Siraj ul Islam said traffic jam puts negative impact on mental health that may ultimately lead to social instability.Farah Deeba, associate professor of Dhaka University’s Clinical Psychology department, said traffic jam impacts on the family life and social relations as it creates severe mental stress.Deputy director of Fire Service and Civil Defence Debashish Bardhan said a total of 2,500 lives were lost in fire incidents in the Dhaka division alone last year. “The number would have been much lower, had there been no traffic jam,” he added.The experts recommended increase in public transport, expansion of railway network, lessening the number of personal cars and decentralisation of Dhaka city to curb the traffic congestion.Professor Sarwar Jahan of BUET’s Urban and Regional Planning department, suggested modernisation and expansion of public bus service for addressing the traffic problem.Chairman of Road Safety Foundation and professor of DU’s Sociology department AI Mahbub Uddin Ahmed presided over the session.last_img read more

Thai princess Sirindhorn arrives in Dhaka

first_imgThai princess Sirindhorn. Photo: CollectedThailand’s princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn arrived Dhaka on Monday on a four-day visit at the invitation of foreign minister AH Mahmood Ali.The princess is leading an 11-member high-profile Thai government delegation to visit philanthropic projects she set up in Bangladesh in 2011 under her father, late King Bhumibols’s Royal Chai Pattana Foundation, reports UNB.State minister for foreign affairs M Shahriar Alam received the Thai princess at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport on her arrival in the afternoon. Bangladesh Ambassador in Bangkok Saida Muna Tasneem was present.Shahriar who attended funeral of Sirindhorn’s father had a brief discussion with the Thai princess at the airport, an official told UNB.On the first day, she visited Liberation War Museum in the city and took a tour of different galleries of the Museum.Officials at the museum described the brutalities carried out by Pakistan army during 1971 Liberation War.The Thai princes also attended dinner hosted by Thai Ambassador in Dhaka.During her four-day visit to Bangladesh, the princess is scheduled to meet prime minister Sheikh Hasina, foreign minister AH Mahmood Ali and exchange views with agriculture minister Matia Chowdhury and culture minister Asaduzzaman Noor and other dignitaries, officials said.The princess is also scheduled to visit various on-going royal projects in Bangladesh, under the Royal Chaipattana Foundation including public health and sanitation projects for school children, sustainable agriculture projects for farmers in Bangladesh and the Sufficiency Economy Learning Centre at the Bangladesh Agriculture Development Corporation — all under the ‘Sufficiency Economic Philosophy’ pioneered by her late father King Bhumibol.She will also inaugurate a new environmental conservation project taken in collaboration with the environment and forest ministry of Bangladesh, titled “Bangladesh-Thailand Vetiver Grass Development Project to prevent hill erosion in Chattogram” on 30 May at Tiger Pass in Chattogram City.The Thai princess is also scheduled to visit the Ethnological Origins Museum in Chattogram and meet autistic and special children at the Proyash Institute of Special Education in Dhaka Cantonment, meet children and farmers at the Azampur Government Primary School, Uttara, Mariali Government Primary School, Gazipur and Bangladesh Agricultural Development Corporation in Dhaka.She will also attend dinner to be hosted by foreign minister Ali in her honour.last_img read more

Arrest business by cops takes serious turn

first_imgBNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Wednesday alleged that the ‘arrest business’ by law enforcers has now become routine tasks as a reign of terror has been established in the country, reports UNB.”The evil tricks to arrest and harass opposition activists have now taken a serious turn. The Awami League government has continued inexpressible repressions on opposition leaders and activists after usurping power by force through stanching people’s voting rights,” he said.In a statement, the BNP leader further said, “A reign of terror has been established in the country through repression on leaders and activists of BNP and other opposition parties after arresting them in false case. The arrest business by law enforcers has now become an order of a day.”Fakhrul alleged that BNP leaders and workers are passing through miserable time in fear of arrest in ‘fabricated’ cases.The statement was issued protesting and condemning the arrest of BNP national executive committee member Sheikh Mohammad Shamim.The BNP secretary general said Shamim was subjected to the government’s political vengeance.He demanded the government immediately release the BNP executive committee member after withdrawing ‘politically motivated’ cases filed against him.last_img read more