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Watford chief delighted by new signing and reveals another deal is to be completed

Watford chief delighted by new signing and reveals another deal is to be completed

first_imgWatford chief executive Scott Duxbury has told talkSPORT Chelsea starlet Nathan Ake will be a good addition to the club.The Dutch youngster joins on a season-long loan after signing a new long-term contract at Stamford Bridge.And Duxbury believes the versatile 20-year-old will improve Quique Sanchez Flores’ squad as the Hornets look to beat the drop.“Nathan Ake is somebody we’ve been looking at for some time,” he told Drivetime“He had many options but we’ve had endless chats with him, Quique Flores is a big admirer of his. He can play numerous positions like defensive midfield and left-back.“I think he’ll be a really good addition to the squad.“He’s somebody that came down to the training ground, saw the environment and fitted in immediately.”And Duxbury revealed there would be at least one more signing at Vicarage Road this summer.“Alessandro Diamanti will be coming,” he added.“Everything is fine. There are various time zones with Brazil and China involved.“We simply haven’t got the documentation submitted for clearance but he’ll be fine to play against Southampton.”last_img read more

Fernandes hits back at critics after QPR victory

Fernandes hits back at critics after QPR victory

first_imgCo-chairman Tony Fernandes again responded to a QPR victory by posting on Twitter to hit back at his critics. Rangers enjoyed a marvelous 4-1 win at Birmingham – and Fernandes enjoyed telling his doubters he believed it proved things are heading in the right direction under Ian Holloway.It’s a nice feeling. Ecstatic Wish I could see some of those people who email me giving me abuse. Thank you Ian and the boys.— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) February 18, 2017Stuck to our guns. Get the right sort. Resign the right sort. Let go of those who didnt care. Bring in some blue blooded academy young ones— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) February 18, 2017And a passionate manager and backroom. Thrilled to see all strikers getting in on the action. Happy chairman. Long long way to go— Tony Fernandes (@tonyfernandes) February 18, 2017See also:Holloway ‘bursting with pride’ after QPR victory   Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Health care goes high tech in South Africa

Health care goes high tech in South Africa

first_img21 April 2016The innovative Electronic Bed Management System (eBMS) had reduced patient waiting times for beds by at least two hours at some hospitals in the Steve Biko Academic Cluster in Pretoria, said the Gauteng department of health at the official launch on 19 April.During the pilot phase at the Steve Biko Academic Hospital earlier this year, the system proved successful and it was decided to roll out the eBMS throughout the cluster.On average, 27.7 million patients visit hospitals across South Africa’s Gauteng province annually and there has been a shortage of beds.What is an electronic bed management system?The project is about managing hospital beds in the context of high demand on public health #eBMS— MECHealthGP (@GautengHealth) April 19, 2016See more:Already, staff members have commended the new system.“Hospital personnel are using the information gleaned from eBMS to make both long- and short-term decisions that have led to some hospitals seeing a reduction in patient waiting times and better ward and staff utilisation,” the department said.How it workseBMS allows hospital staff to view bed availability within their hospital on a large display screen. Because of its cloud-based technology, the information can even be accessed via the internet on computers or mobile devices such as phones and tablets.“This system can tell us where we should take casualty patients immediately, this is based on real time information” – MEC Mahlangu #eBMS— MECHealthGP (@GautengHealth) April 19, 2016Better careKalafong Hospital clinical manager Dr Khin Htwe said management was using eBMS to make reallocation decisions about ward beds.“We have split not frequently used wards to move beds to a ward that is always busy,” added Htwe. “Having had the system in place since early January, Kalafong has already seen a two-hour reduction in their casualty waiting times.” It helped to improve patient care because of increased transparency.Gauteng emergency medical services will also use the system when transporting patients to hospitals, which will lead to better co-ordination of it services.MEC for Health Qedani Mahlangu said the introduction of this system was part of initiatives by the department to improve health care provision through the use of technology.She anticipated the system would be fully implemented across the province by the end of 2016.MEC Qedani Mahlangu, addressing the #eBMS launch event. “This technology is crucial for hospitals and @GautengEMS ” pic.twitter.com/6Qe1EBUjOa— MECHealthGP (@GautengHealth) April 19, 2016Source: South Africa.info reporterlast_img read more

Kuldeep Yadav creates ODI history with figures of 6 for 25 vs England

Kuldeep Yadav creates ODI history with figures of 6 for 25 vs England

first_imgKuldeep Yadav bagged his maiden five-wicket haul in one-day internationals just nine days after snaring his first five-wicket haul in T20 Internationals. The left-arm chinaman bowler spun a web around England’s batsmen as India took the upper-hand in the first ODI at Trent Bridge on Thursday.Kuldeep finished with 6/25 off his 10 overs – these are now the fourth best bowling figures for India in one-dayers. Stuart Binny is top of the list with 6/4 while Anil Kumble is second with 6/12. Ashish Nehra, who had picked 6/23 against England in the 2003 World Cup, is third.The 23-year-old Kuldeep is only the second left-arm chinaman bowler after Brad Hogg to pick up a five-wicket haul in ODIs.INDIA vs ENGLAND: LIVE SCORE | BLOGKuldeep was sensational and unplayable. In Manchester earlier this month, in the first of three T20 Internationals against England, the wily bowler from Uttar Pradesh had flummoxed the likes of Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root, two of England’s best in the Test format.Worried and panicked, England deployed the Merlin, a bowling machine, to deal with Kuldeep’s wizardry. In the second T20I, England read him much better and took 34 runs off his four overs. India rested their spin talisman for the final T20I to avoid over-exposure.What a day for @imkuldeep18 here at Trent Bridge. Picks up his first 5-wkt haul in ODIs and also becomes the first left-arm wrist spinner to pick up 6 wickets in ODI cricket.Follow the game here – https://t.co/iWWklQz7H3 #ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/7eXJQMeKXeadvertisementBCCI (@BCCI) July 12, 2018Back for the first ODI, Kuldeep ran through the English top-order, snaring the first three wickets. Jason Roy failed to execute his plan against Kuldeep and perished to a premeditated reverse sweep after a strong start. In his next over, Kuldeep pinned Root on the backfoot and four balls later, made Bairstow look pretty ordinary as he failed to pick the googlee.He returned for his second to get rid of Jos Buttler and in his last over, picked up two more wickets – dismissing Ben Stokes and David Willey.last_img read more

It has been a dream start for India at World Cup: Sardar

It has been a dream start for India at World Cup: Sardar

first_imgGreater Noida, Nov 30 (PTI) Former skipper Sardar Singh is impressed with India’s “dream” start to their campaign at the hockey World Cup and Friday hoped the hosts will continue the superb run to reclaim the coveted title after 43 years. India registered a comprehensive 5-0 win against South Africa to make a sizzling start to the World Cup — a tournament the hosts won only once — in the 1975 edition at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. “It has been a dream start for India at the hockey world cup. We played simple hockey and it is always important to win the first match,” Sardar said on the sidelines of HCL Foundation Annual National Sports Meet – ‘Sports for Change’. “However, the tournament has just begun and a lot of matches are yet to be played. I hope India continues the momentum,” added the 32-year-old, who had retired from international hockey last September. Over 500 students across 120 schools and 72 Gurukuls were part of the ‘Sports for Change’ initiative and more than 350 under privileged children were shortlisted for the national qualifier round across different sports. Sardar, who was the chief guest in the event, interacted with the participants and encouraged them for active participation in sports. “It gives me immense pleasure to see these children excel in sports with passion and enthusiasm. I congratulate HCL for recognizing its importance. Inculcating the spirit of sportsmanship in these young children will lead to better and brighter future for these budding sporting talents,” he said. As part of the initiative, 30 children will be presented with scholarships supported by HCL Technologies’ ‘Power of One’ initiative. PTI ATK AHadvertisementlast_img read more

‘Carroll isn’t the answer to Morata poser’

‘Carroll isn’t the answer to Morata poser’

first_imgTransfers Carroll isn’t the answer to pressure Chelsea’s Morata – Wise Chris Burton Last updated 1 year ago 17:45 1/18/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(2) Andy Carroll West Ham Getty Transfers Chelsea West Ham United Premier League The Blues continue to be heavily linked with the West Ham striker, but they have been urged to find a more mobile option in the January market Andy Carroll is the not the answer for Chelsea, says Dennis Wise, with the West Ham striker unlikely to put enough pressure on Alvaro Morata.Goal revealed on Wednesday that the Blues continue to haggle with their London rivals over a potential fee for the England international.The reigning Premier League champions had been eager to take the 29-year-old on a six-month loan deal, but West Ham are looking for £20 million in a permanent agreement. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Chelsea are continuing to mull over an approach, but club legend Wise believes they should be looking elsewhere for a more mobile option to compete with £70m summer signing Morata.“[Carroll] is a handful on his day, he really is,” the former Blues midfielder told Sky Sports.“But, no, I don’t think he is [the answer]. The reason being is he doesn’t play enough games.“He’s had a lot of injuries, 29 years old, doesn’t score enough goals. So, therefore, looking from that point of view, no.Andy Carroll stats West Ham 180118“And I think that Chelsea, they need a striker that likes to go in behind and stretch teams.“He won’t be that person. If they play with one up front he will be more of a hold up and I think with the players that they’ve got they come off more.“And they always need that one person that’s really going to stretch to give them the space.“I think there’s more out there that’ll score more goals because they’ll get a lot of chances and really push Morata and that’s what he needs.“I think Andy won’t push him as far because he’ll play only a certain amount of games.“And I think you want a player that’s really going to push Morata, that’s going to score goals and put him under pressure.”Carroll has only made it past the 20-game mark in a Premier League season on one occasion since joining West Ham on a permanent basis in the summer of 2013.He has also failed to break into double figures in terms of goals scored in all of his four seasons with the club – with the 2010-11 campaign the last time he reached that mark in top-flight competition.last_img read more

Positions Available at QLD Touch

Positions Available at QLD Touch

first_imgQLD Touch have two positions available: Game Development Officer and Participant Management Team.Applications close for the Game Development Officer on COB 22nd May, 2009 while applications close for the Participation Management team 5pm 12th June 2009.Please click the attachments for further information.Game Development OfficerParticpant Manager Team Applicationlast_img

10 months agoSpurs matchwinner Kane: A clear penalty

10 months agoSpurs matchwinner Kane: A clear penalty

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Spurs matchwinner Kane: A clear penaltyby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveTottenham striker Harry Kane insists they deserved their winning penalty for the first-leg of their Carabao Cup semi against Chelsea.Kane converted the first-half spot-kick after a VAR delay.He said, “I played to the whistle and nicked it round the keeper, it was a clear penalty. VAR is there for a reason and they got it right.”I’ll have to watch it back and see. I’m used to it after the World Cup, it’s a big part of football going forwards. From our point of view it doesn’t change much [waiting to hear if it was a penalty.]”Chelsea had a point to prove, they didn’t play well last time they were here. It was important we won the game going into the second leg.” last_img read more