Inter Milan poised to axe shirt sponsors Pirelli

first_img Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Breathtaking Train Stations Around The GlobeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?12 Marvel Superheroes When They Were KidsBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThe Untold Truth Of Sasha ObamaWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The 9 Best Robots In Movie HistoryThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World Advertisement Gazzetta dello Sport are claiming that Inter Milan will not be renewing their longstanding shirt sponsorship deal with Pirelli as they seek a significant uplift in revenue from that inventory, reports, www.sportspromedia.com/. Read Also:​Liverpool, Real Madrid keeping tabs on Inter Milan midfielder Brozovic Inter, currently leading Serie A, are apparently asking for between €25 million (US$27 million) and €30 million (US$32.5 million) a year. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… last_img read more

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McGinn: We can cope with absences

first_img The chances of a repeat performance in Belfast could hinge on how many defenders O’Neill has left by the time kick-off comes around – with Daniel Lafferty suspended, Craig Cathcart missing with a knee injury and Aaron Hughes (groin) and Ryan McGivern (knock) both rated as “extreme doubts”. Hughes’ injury means three of the four defenders on duty in the morale-boosting 1-0 win over Russia last time out could be missing against Portugal – Lafferty and Cathcart are the others – leaving Gareth McAuley to man for the fort alongside the returning Jonny Evans. McGinn accepts there have been setbacks but is far from downbeat. “We know it’s a massive challenge. We’re down to the bare bones defensively but there are boys capable of coming in and doing a good job,” the Aberdeen forward said. “You can’t make excuses before the game. We know from training the squad is strong enough to go out and do a good job. We definitely have boys to come in.” Reflecting on the draw in October, and his own part in it, McGinn said: “It was massive. A lot of things came into it… Ronaldo’s 100th cap, playing Portugal in their backyard and the fact that no-one gave us a chance. “Ronaldo’s one of best players in world. He’ll be renowned for reaching that milestone of 100 caps for Portugal so for a wee country boy like me from Donaghmore to score on a special night for him was fantastic. “The boys came away disappointed not to win the game in the end but we know, being realistic, that to come away with a point was fantastic.” If Hughes and McGivern do fail to rally in time, O’Neill faces a selection poser. His other defensive options include the uncapped Rory McKeown, the versatile Alex Bruce – who has yet to feature in a competitive match – and Shane Ferguson, who has been deployed in midfield throughout O’Neill’s reign. A maverick solution to the right-back position might even be to deploy the imposing utility man Josh Magennis, despite the fact he has been playing as a striker for Aberdeen in the last two seasons. Pondering his problems, O’Neill told Sky Sports News: “Aaron has a groin problem from the last few minutes against Newcastle. We’re in constant conversation and we left him an extra day with his club, actually. “He’ll report today (Wednesday) and we’ll see how he is, but he’s an extreme doubt. Ryan (McGivern) is the same to be honest, an extreme doubt. “We have Craig Cathcart out too so that limits us slightly. It’ll be a different back four to what we had against Russia and we may have to look at players who wouldn’t have full-back as their natural position. “We have options and I don’t know if I’ll call anyone in, to be honest, but I’ll assess it.” Press Association The sides meet in a World Cup qualifier at Windsor Park on Friday night, with Ronaldo looking to make up for the reverse fixture when Michael O’Neill’s side spoiled the celebrations around his 100th cap by grabbing a 1-1 draw. McGinn was Northern Ireland’s goalscorer in Porto that night, upstaging Ronaldo with a wonderful finish before Helder Postiga levelled in the last 10 minutes. Northern Ireland may be down to the “bare bones” in defence but Niall McGinn has not given up hope of another shock result against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal.last_img read more

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Bengoma-Liberia Launches Nationwide Peace and Reconciliation Campaign

first_imgExecutives of Bengoma-Liberia at a roundtable discussion focusing on peace and reconciliation.…Rallies Bong County MandingosBengoma-Liberia, a predominately Mandingo-owned not-for-profit organization, has launched a nationwide campaign to promote peace and reconciliation among Muslims and members of of Mandingo ethnic group in the country, a release has said.Bengoma-Liberia Incorporated is a Muslim and Mandingo dominated group with an objective to encourage peace, reconciliation and co-existence among Liberians from various tribal and religious backgrounds.The Chairperson of the Group, Madam Hawa Keita, said the initiative to preach peace messages is the organization’s own way of re-echoing the need for reconciliation and unity among Liberians, especially in rural communities.Madam Keita said the ongoing campaign is also in fulfillment of government’s Pro-poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development.Despite calls for an economic and war crimes court, Madam Keita maintains that there is still a need for Liberians themselves to seek ways that will reconcile and unite the entire citizenry for growth and prosperity.“We may have all the courts of war in the country, but we (Liberians) will still have to unite and reconcile ourselves, if we are to move forward,” she added.According to the release, Madam Keita spoke on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, during a meeting with the Muslim and Mandingo community in Gbarnga, Bong county, where she challenged the member to focus more on building the nation through peace and reconciliation.A stalwart of Bengoma-Liberia, Kerkula Muka-Kamara, also said that division among citizens has no future, and as such, it must be resisted at all levels for peace to reign in the country.Kamara added that peace and reconciliation is only possible if Liberians forget the bitter past, and embrace a “glorious future.”“Rwanda fought one of the deadliest tribal wars, but see how the country is developing today; we can be better than Rwanda if we can unite and reconcile our differences,” he said.According to Mr. Kamara, members of the organization will extend the newly launched peace and reconciliation campaign to every community to ensure that Liberia is fully united.He believes that unity and reconciliation is a must, adding, “we have to come together and unite so that all other developmental issues will be added unto us.”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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