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Grateful Dead Delivers Impressive Jams At Cape Cod Coliseum, On This Day In 1979 [Full-Show Audio]

Grateful Dead Delivers Impressive Jams At Cape Cod Coliseum, On This Day In 1979 [Full-Show Audio]

first_img1979 was a year of flux for the Grateful Dead. The final year of the band’s trailblazing 1970s-era, 1979 was a period of transition for the band between the departure of Keith (and Donna Jean) Godchaux, and Brent Mydland‘s arrival, the Dead were able to further explore their own material and with their new pianist who provided a revamped style of playing and impressive vocals to match.The Dead would release their 11th studio album with Go To Heaven a year later in April 1980. The album included, among other things, some questionable cover art and a slew of Dead classics in “Alabama Getaway”, “Althea”, “Feel Like A Stranger”, “Lost Sailor”, and “Saint of Circumstance”. Several of which would find their way into the band’s rotation by the fall of ’79.While there’s no disputing the brilliance of 1977 in general, like the famous Barton Hall show at Cornell University (5/8), the Hartford Civic Center (5/28), the Sportatorium (5/22), or even Buffalo’s War Auditorium show (5/9), the Dead’s visit to the Cape Cod Coliseum on 10/27/79 in South Yarmouth, MA is no less significant. Though unbeknownst at the time, it’s almost as if Deadheads can hear the band turning the page into the next era of their long, strange trip when revisiting their 1979 Cape Cod performance.After stirring up the crowd with a quintessential opener in “Jack Straw”, the first set heated up with a great “Me & My Uncle” into “Big River” segue which indicated, if nothing else, that guitarist Jerry Garcia was going to be in top form that night. Sounding flexible and focused, Garcia proceeded to put on a display for one and all, with each solo more mesmerizing than the one before.The second half of the performance kicked off with an absolute show-stopper in “Dancing In The Streets”. Beginning and ending with Garcia’s envelope filter effects, the jam was as tight and funky as anything that was coming out of the Dead machine by 1979. With Mydland providing the underlying current to this jam, Garcia was able to take this sucker for a ride with Bob Weir riding shotgun and Phil Lesh, Bill Kreutzmann, and Mickey Hart all holding down a conjoined rhythm section. With amazing tempo and groove leading the way, “Dancin’” gave way to a rockin’ 17+ minute version of “Franklin’s Tower”.A solid, swirling outro jam in “He’s Gone” and “Caution (Do Not Step On Tracks)” led to an all-time maddening bass drop from bassist Phil Lesh into “The Other One”. By the time the show wrapped up with a “Drums” section leading to a blazing “Not Fade Away”, “Black Peter”, Chuck Berry’s “Around and Around”, and a “One More Saturday Night” encore, there was no question that the evening’s proceedings were of unparalleled greatness. A fitting end to a show highlighting the tail end of arguably the Dead’s strongest decade.Revisit the band’s memorable October 1979 performance in Cape Cod below.Grateful Dead – Cape Cod Coliseum – 10/27/79 [Audio: Jonathan Aizen]last_img read more

Broome County parks planning safety tactics for anticipated 4th of July crowds

Broome County parks planning safety tactics for anticipated 4th of July crowds

first_img(WBNG) — With Independence Day falling on a Saturday this year, more people are expected to hit the local parks for some fun this weekend. With the expected crowds and camp sites already sold out for the weekend, Woidt says they are taking extra measures to ensure everyone is safe without having to worry too much during the holiday. Broome County Parks and Recreation department says it has seen a higher volume of people visit the parks during the pandemic to get some fresh air. However, with the 4th of July holiday fast approaching, officials are expecting a lot more people this year. In addition, Woidt says staff will be out and about to make sure people are social distancing, but will not be overbearing. “Right now, no one’s traveling, there’s a lot of restrictions now where you can’t travel from the governor’s office, so we’re anticipating a lot of people just from the local Broome County area, just enjoying what we do have to offer,” said Broome County Parks and Rec Youth Services Director, Liz Woidt. “We’re sanitizing the boats and the life jackets between each [use] and we worked with the health department and we opened the playgrounds,” said Woidt. “We worked with Rebecca Kaufman to see that there were not high-risk of transmissions through playgrounds and touch points like that, so the playgrounds are open.” Beaches and playgrounds are open within the Broome County parks and will be monitored by lifeguards and other park officials. To learn more about the parks and protocol, visit here.last_img read more

Australia has launched a tender for a tourism PR campaign

Australia has launched a tender for a tourism PR campaign

first_imgAustralia plans to update its global PR support through a series of tenders that include tasks in the local market in China, North America and Japan, reports Travel and Tour World. For the nation, which expects a record number of international tourists in 2019, the tourism sector is crucial as it is responsible for A $ 55 billion in direct economic benefits and is also a key source of employment. The decision to update PR support was made after the Australian Tourism Organization (Tourism Australia) recently transferred its creative and digital duties to M&C Saatchi and Digitas. The current “There’s Nothing Like Australia” campaign also includes a Super Bowl commercial created by Droga5. However, the competition hints at the challenges that tourists may face in Australia, so agencies are being asked to show how to present Australia to their target audience as an ideal holiday destination. Australian competitions include PR support for global and regional marketing and communication campaigns, along with global PR projects and campaigns over the next two to three years. In 2019, Australia expects 10 million visitors, after a growth of over 5 percent in 2018. Although the rate is slightly lower than in 2017, the tourism sector in the country has flourished and the number of visitors has increased by 44 percent in the last five years. Australian Tourism Organization Public Relations Manager Kim Moore explained that the key goal of the partnership is “develop and encourage PR-led creative activities, aligned with the Australian Tourism Organization’s overarching vision, to make Australia the most memorable and desirable destination in the world.” Great campaign by the Australian Tourism Organization A number of tenders are also underway for three key markets, including a market that is a major source of foreign tourists, China, along with North America and Japan, which are also in the top 5 foreign tourist markets.last_img read more

Jeanette M. “Nettie” Litmer

Jeanette M. “Nettie” Litmer

first_imgJeanette M. “Nettie” Litmer, age 88 of Enochsburg, died Tuesday, April 14, 2020 at her home. Born November 3, 1931 in Covington, Kentucky, she is the daughter of Loretta (Nee: Anthe) and William Fisher. She married Alfred “Tom” Litmer October 21, 1950 at St. John’s Church in Enochsburg and he preceded her in death January 13, 2010. Nettie was a member of St. Catherine of Siena Parish at Enochsburg (formerly St. John’s Church) and spent 10 years as a bookkeeper for Hillenbrand Industries and 15 years working at the Fireside Inn Restaurant. An excellent cook, everything she made was good and a lot of people have enjoyed her beef and noodles over the years. Nettie never paid to much attention to recipes but rather would add a “little of this and a pinch of that.” She also crocheted quite a bit and liked working crossword puzzles. She had a green thumb, tending to her flowers and a raising a large garden every year. Her porch was filled with beautiful blooms during the summer and at the end of the growing season for the garden, she would put up several hundred quarts of fruits and vegetables to share with other family members. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law Jeff and Terri Litmer of Enochsburg; sister Carol Ann Litmer of Enochsburg; grandson Jacob Robinson of Shelbyville, Indiana and granddaughter Claire Litmer of Enochsburg. In addition to her husband and parents, she is also preceded in death by her sister Marjorie Litmer.Due to the Governor’s mandate of gatherings being limited to 10 people, a private graveside service will be held Friday at St. Catherine of Siena’s Enochsburg Cemetery. Memorials may be made to St. Catherine of Siena’s Enochsburg Parish Building Fund or to the Ripley County Humane Society and sent to the funeral home in care of the family. You are encouraged to go to www.weigelfh.com and on Nettie’s obituary page leave a message for the family or use the link on our home page to send a “Hugs from Home.”last_img read more

Bicycle Coalition of Maine Wins National Recognition

Bicycle Coalition of Maine Wins National Recognition

first_img Bio admin House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Latest Postscenter_img Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Latest posts by admin (see all) AUGUSTA — The Bicycle Coalition of Maine ranked as the country’s top state bicycle advocacy organization in a recent report by the Thunderhead Alliance, a national coalition of bicycle and pedestrian advocacy organizations.Thunderhead’s first biennial Benchmarking Report, titled “Bicycling and Walking in the U.S.,” cites BCM as the state organization with the most members per capita. BCM’s 6,000 members equate to one for every 212 Maine residents.Overall, BCM ranked as the state organization with the greatest capacity to advocate for bicyclists, according to the Benchmarking Report.Formed in 1992, BCM is working to make Maine accessible and safe for all residents and visitors so they may comfortably and responsibly bicycle. The coalition also promotes bicycling for transportation, health, recreation and fun to enhance our communities, environment and economy.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFor more information, visit bikemaine.org.last_img read more

Aduana Stars have not sold any player to any club: Gyawu

Aduana Stars have not sold any player to any club: Gyawu

first_imgFormer Glo Ghana Premier League champions, Aduana Stars are issuing a stern warning to clubs interested in any of their players to come forward and deal with the club instead of claiming acquisition of players in the media.Following prolonged media reports that some top clubs in the country have signed on certain key players of the 2010 Ghana champions including goalie Stephen Adams, enterprising defender, Godfred Saka, Emmanuel Akuaku, Daniel Darkwa amongst others, the club has come out to categorically state that all Aduana players are still with the club.They are also urging clubs interested in any Aduana player to officially notify the club for the right thing to be done.“We’ve not given any player to any team. We have not released any of our players so if any team want any of our players, they should write to us. They shouldn’t go and be harassing our players, it’s not right. They are warned,” Aduana’s Director of Operations, George Gyawu said.last_img read more

UFC 247: Jon Jones vs. Dominick Reyes — the big questions

UFC 247: Jon Jones vs. Dominick Reyes — the big questions

first_imgJon Jones is back this weekend and is on the cusp of history as he faces Dominick Reyes at UFC 247.The light heavyweight king faces the unbeaten Reyes at Houston’s Toyota Center; another victory would be his 14th title triumph, which would represent the most in UFC. Join DAZN and watch more than 100 fight nights a yearJones has not been in the Octagon since being troubled by Thiago Santos last July, but he still heads into the bout as a heavy favorite against the lightly regarded Reyes.Omnisport looks at some of the big questions surrounding the fight.Can Jones be beaten?A quick glance at Jones’ MMA record shows a solitary defeat, but there is an asterisk next to that loss to Matt Hamill in 2009. Jones was disqualified for illegal elbows after flooring his opponent. Jones has defeated some of the best in the MMA game, and though Reyes is sure to be a tricky customer, it is a tall order to see him losing this one.How did his last fight go?It was far from a vintage showing from Jones, who needed a split decision to overcome Santos — the first time in his storied career that has happened. All three judges scored the fight 48-47, with two in favor of the defending champion. It was one of the most sluggish performances of his career, though, and Jones will no doubt be keen to show Father Time is not catching up with him just yet. Is the motivation still there for Jones?This is perhaps Reyes’ window of opportunity. Jones hinted at a lack of desire to carry on campaigning at the 205-pound limit in October when discussing his fellow light heavyweights. He said on social media: “I want a fight to get excited about.” Jones’ desire to be considered the greatest is not in question, but he has admitted in the past to believing he has nothing to gain against Reyes, a feeling he also said he had for his previous two fights as well. A young, hungry Reyes will still have to produce the performance of his life, but there is the chance to catch Jones off guard.Tale of the tape #UFC247 pic.twitter.com/SaKGncbJDC— UFC (@ufc) February 5, 2020What problems does Reyes pose?First, a huge left hand, which has the knockout power to trouble any opponent, but Reyes also has more length than Santos and is an athletic fighter. He showed decent takedown defense when beating Chris Weidman, but that area will need to be flawless to defeat someone with the all-round qualities of Jones.What’s next if Jones wins?Jones was talking this week about what he needed to do to settle his claim as the G.O.A.T. The suggestion was that winning belts in two weight divisions would enhance his argument, so the question of whether Jones could make the step up to heavyweight was once again a hot topic. There is little left for Jones to accomplish at light heavy and Francis Ngannou is a bout Jones has described as “inevitable.” Another dance with Daniel Cormier could also be a possibility, though Jones previously said a bout against his longtime foe will not take place at heavyweight.last_img read more

Uganda stuns Botswana 2-1, goes top of AFCON Group D

Uganda stuns Botswana 2-1, goes top of AFCON Group D

first_imgBotswana Online pic.twitter.com/JOzI8cnN6V— Uganda FA [FUFA] (@OfficialFUFA) June 5, 2016 Uganda’s national football team pose prior to the 2017 African Cup of Nations qualification football match between Burkina Faso and Uganda, on March 26, 2016. FILE PHOTO AFPRESULTBotswana 1 Uganda 2 The Dream Is Alive. #UgandaCranes will never die. #namutima. Thank you boys for making us proud again. Thank You— Patrick Mugumya (@mugumya) June 4, 2016Great goals by William Kizito Luwagga and Aucho Khalid gave Uganda a big away win Saturday that gives them a chance to make it to their first Africa Cup of Nations finals since 1978.“After today’s win we are not carried away but proud and happy that our sleepless nights and hard working days paid back with result,” said Cranes coach Micho Milutin Sredojevic.Luwagga put Uganda ahead in the 10th minute after a perfect ball from Tony Mawejje, before Botswana were allowed to equalize from a clear off-side position in the 50th.But, the status did not stay the same for long as in popped Aucho, benefiting from a Denis Iguma, to stun the hosts a minute later.Burkina Faso have to match or better Cranes result today, for them to reclaim the top position in Group D.The 13 group winners qualify for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, while the runners-up also qualify if they are one of the two runners-up with the best records when qualification ends in September.Cranes spent Saturday night in Bulawayo, flew to Harare and should be back in Uganda Sunday night via Addis Ababa.Standings P W D L F A Pts Happy Sunday @UgandaCranes fans. The boys will return home tonight (11 pm) pic.twitter.com/vwrkX1kpXZ— Uganda FA [FUFA] (@OfficialFUFA) June 5, 2016 ******* #AFCON2017:Gooooal for Uganda ,William Kizito Luwagga scores a brilliant one after a Tonny Mawejje long cross .— Uganda FA [FUFA] (@OfficialFUFA) June 4, 2016Cranes XI Dennis Onyanyo (G.K), Denis Iguma, Joseph Ochaya, Murushid Jjuuko, Isaac Isinde, Hassan Wasswa Mawanda, Aucho Khalid, Tonny Mawejje, William Kizito Luwagga, Geofrey Massa, Faruku Miya HALF TIME: #Botswana 0 #Uganda 1 (10′ Kizito Luwagga) #AFCON2017 qualifier https://t.co/IDO4aISZwI pic.twitter.com/SHAYUd0Ktl— The Independent (@UGIndependent) June 4, 2016center_img Félicitations pour la victoire @FaroukMiya – Proficiat met de overwinning @FaroukMiya ?? #CAN2017 https://t.co/ko3MmRHM91— Standard de Liège (@Standard_RSCL) June 4, 2016 Uganda       5   3   1  1  5  2   10 B.Faso         4   2   1  1  3  1   7 Botswana   5   2   0  3  4  6   6 Comoros    4   1    0  3  2  5   3Cranes officials, team leader Dennis Mbidde, coach Micho and FUFA president Magogo celebrate in Botswana. PHOTO BY FUFA UPDATE 53MIN: #Botswana 1 #Uganda 2 (10′ Kizito Luwagga, 51′ Aucho Khalid) #AFCON2017 qualifier https://t.co/IDO4aISZwI— The Independent (@UGIndependent) June 4, 2016 Subs: Robert Odongkara (G.K), Yassar Mugerwa, , Davis Kasirye, Edrisa Lubega, Erisa Ssekisambu, Emmanuel Okwi and Godfrey WalusimbiLive twitter feedTweets about @OfficialFUFA FRIDAY: Cranes in Botswana for make-or-break AFCON matchOkwi (left) and Massa in Francistown. PHOTO BY FUFA.CO.UG2017 AFCON QualifierSaturdayBotswana vs Uganda  5pm (LIVE SS4)Francistown Sports ComplexStandings P W D L F A PtsB. Faso        4   2   1  1  3  1   7Uganda       4   2   1  1  3  1   7Botswana   4   2   0  2  3  4   6Comoros    4   1    0  3  2  5   3Uganda Cranes arrived in Botswana Friday morning from neighboring Zimbabwe, a short, smooth and straightforward two hour road journey across the border that is unlike the task they face on Saturday.With two games to the end of the qualification campaign for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, Uganda’s Group D is so closely contested that Cranes need a result to stay in contention for a place in the Gabon Finals.Uganda are second to Burkina Faso  on goal difference, but a win will be a huge step to securing Uganda’s first appearance at the Africa Cup of Nations finals since 1978 – as group winner or runners-up.The 13 group winners qualify for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations, while the runners-up also qualify if they are one of the two runners-up with the best records when qualification ends in September.Cranes’ away record is nothing to pride in, but soccer governing body FUFA have always argued that it can change if the team is adequately prepared and travel well in advance or their travel is eased with a chartered flight.It has happened this time, with the Cranes in Zimbabwe early in the week, played a friendly, flew to Bulawayo, rested, then traveled the remaining road journey to their destination on Friday.Other than a health scare with Farouk Miya two days back, the rest of the team are in the right frame of mind to take on Botswana.The team has also benefited from the presence of Werder Bremen’s Melvyn Lorenzen.  Lorenzen will not be available yet for selection on Saturday but has been a very good addition technically to the team in training and at the trial match Uganda lost to Zimbabwe 2-0.It is end of the season, with many of the players having made a mark for their teams.Goalkeeper Denis Onyango just been voted best goalkeeper in South Africa, while Miya played regular football for the first time since moving to Standard Liege and tasted glory as his club won the Belgium cup.Miya has all it takes to deliver a result on Saturday.The team that travelled to Botswana: Denis Onyango, Robert Odongkara, Denis Iguma, Joseph Ochaya, Luwagga Kizito, Okwi Emma, Wasswa Hassan Mawanda, Juuko Murushid, Sekisambu Erisa, Kasirye Davis, Massa Geoffrey, Miya Faruku, Lorenzen Melvyn, Walusimbi Godfrey, Aucho Khalid, Lubega Idrisa,  Isinde Isaac, Tony Mawejje and Yassar Mugerwa.Africa Cup of Nations matchday 5 qualifying fixtures this week (all times GMT):Group ADjibouti v Tunisia 1230SundayLiberia v Togo 1600P W D L F A PtsLiberia       4 3 0 1 8 2 9Tunisia      4 2 1 1 9 2 7Togo          4 2 1 1 4 2 7Djibouti     4 0 0 4 1 16 0Group BSundayMadagascar v Democratic Republic of Congo 1130Central African Republic v Angola 1400DR Congo     4 3 0 1 6 4 9C.A.R.           4 2 1 1 5 6 7Angola          4 1 1 2 5 4 4Madagascar 4 0 2 2 3 5 2Group CSouth Sudan v Mali 1330SundayBenin v Equatorial Guinea 1600Mali              4 3 1 0 5 1 10Benin            4 2 2 0 8 4 8S. Sudan       4 1 0 3 3 8 3E. Guinea     4 0 1 3 1 4 1Group D SaturdayBotswana v Uganda 1400SundayComoros v Burkina Faso 1200B. Faso      4 2 1 1 3 1 7Uganda     4 2 1 1 3 1 7Botswana 4 2 0 2 3 4 6Comoros   4 1 0 3 2 5 3Group ESaturdayGuinea-Bissau v Zambia 1600SundayKenya v Congo Brazzaville 1200G. Bissau 4 2 1 1 4 4 7Congo      4 1 3 0 7 5 6Zambia    4 1 3 0 4 3 6Kenya      4 0 1 3 2 5 1Group FFridayLibya v Morocco 1800SaturdaySao Tome e Principe v Cape Verde 1530Morocco 4 4 0 0 7 0 12 – qualifiedC. Verde    4 2 0 2 9 5 6Libya         4 1 0 3 6 5 3Sao Tome  4 1 0 3 3 15 3Group GSaturdayTanzania v Egypt 1300Egypt       3 2 1 0 5 1 7  – qualifiedNigeria      3 0 2 1 1 2 2Tanzania  2 0 1 1 0 3 1Note: Chad withdrew after matchday 3 for financial reasonsGroup HSaturdayRwanda v Mozambique 1330SundayMauritius v Ghana 1100Ghana          4 3 1 0 11 2 10Rwanda       4 2 0 2 6 2 6Mauritius     4 2 0 2 3 12 6Mozambique 4 0 1 3 1 5 1Group ISaturdaySierra Leone v Sudan 1630I. Coast    3 1 2 0 2 1 5Sudan       3 1 1 1 2 2 4S. Leone   2 0 1 1 0 1 1Group JSeychelles 0 Algeria 2SundayLesotho v Ethiopia 1300Algeria    5 4 1 0 19 5 13 – qualifiedEthiopia     4 1 2 1 7 12 5Seychelles 5 1 1 3 4 9 4Lesotho     4 1 0 3 4 8 3Group KSaturdayBurundi v Senegal 1300Namibia v Niger 1500Senegal   4 4 0 0 9 2 12Burundi  4 2 0 2 7 7 6Niger      4 1 0 3 2 6 3Namibia 4 1 0 3 4 7 3Group LSundayZimbabwe v Malawi 1300Swaziland v Guinea 1300Zimbabwe    4 2 2 0 8 3 8Swaziland     4 1 2 1 5 8 5Guinea          4 1 2 1 4 4 5Malawi         4 0 2 2 4 6 2Group MFridayMauritania v Cameroon 1700SaturdayGambia v South Africa 1700Cameroon   4 2 2 0 4 2 8Mauritania 4 2 1 1 5 3 7S. Africa     4 0 3 1 3 5 3Gambia      4 0 2 2 1 3 2Note: 13 group winners and best two runners-up from 11 four-team groups qualify for 2017 Cup of Nations with hosts GabonShare on: WhatsApplast_img read more

Do Liverpool have squad depth to compete on two fronts?

Do Liverpool have squad depth to compete on two fronts?

first_imgOf the seven players brought into the starting line-up by Klopp at Burnley, Keita made the strongest case to retain his place at Bournemouth, where there will have to be at least one change, with defender Joe Gomez sidelined for up to six weeks after fracturing his leg.At Turf Moor, Keita showed he was willing to fight for the ball but also provided forward impetus once he got it, almost scoring with a shot that Joe Hart saved brilliantly.“He started the season brilliantly and obviously then getting an injury set him back a little bit. But you can see how good a player he is,” said captain Jordan Henderson.“That shot with the left foot and the save from Hart was fantastic. In his overall play he is comfortable on the ball and he helps build up play from the back. He drives the ball forward, which is big for us. I thought he was outstanding.”As a whole, though, Liverpool lack the strength in depth of Manchester City, the team they will have to surpass in order to become champions of England for the first time since 1990.City had a rather more comfortable night at Watford on Tuesday, despite only winning 2-1, as Pep Guardiola rotated his squad.It raises the question as to whether Liverpool can afford to go full out for both the Champions League and Premier League. Fail to get the right result against Napoli in their final European group-stage game next Tuesday, and the decision will be made for them.Henderson, though, is remaining positive.“The games are coming thick and fast, a lot of games in a short space of time but we showed we can use the squad and still perform to the level we know we are capable of and win games — and that’s a big plus for us,” he said.Share on: WhatsApp Bournemouth, United Kingdom | AFP | Naby Keita has started to show he can add creativity to Liverpool’s midfield but Jurgen Klopp may question his squad’s strength in depth despite securing two Premier League wins in four days.Klopp is likely to revert to his tried-and-trusted first choices at Bournemouth on Saturday, having been a little lucky on Wednesday to emerge with a 3-1 win at Burnley after making seven changes to his line-up.There were good reasons for so many changes — the match came hot on the heels of Sunday’s dramatic late derby victory over Everton, at the start of a frantic month that features home games against Napoli, Manchester United and Arsenal.In addition, full-back Andy Robertson and forward Sadio Mane were injured, and so Klopp would have had to shuffle his players around even if rotation had not been on his mind.Yet Liverpool were second-best for the opening hour at Turf Moor against opponents without a victory since September 30, and only turned the match around in the final 30 minutes, when Klopp brought on Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino.It was evidence of just how important Salah, Firmino and Sane are to the Liverpool cause, even if they have not necessarily been at their best this season.During Liverpool’s struggles on Wednesday, though, the performance of Keita did give Klopp reason to be positive.The Guinea midfielder’s impact has been restricted by injury problems since his arrival from RB Leipzig in July but he is starting to look at home in the English game.His creativity is likely to be crucial, given that Liverpool have been short of such a player following the departure of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in January and because of the long-term knee injury suffered by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in April.– Keita makes his case –last_img read more