Governor Wolf Announces New Apprenticeship Opportunities in Luzerne County

first_imgGovernor Wolf Announces New Apprenticeship Opportunities in Luzerne County Jobs That Pay,  Press Release,  Workforce Development Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of $297,000 in new funding to the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local Union 163 Jointly Operated Apprenticeship Training Program (JATC). The funding will build on the governor’s commitment to expanding job training opportunities in Pennsylvania.“Organizations like IBEW are key players in my administration’s efforts to provide students and workers with the skills they need to achieve family-sustaining careers in the trades,” said Gov Wolf. “This project will help create apprenticeship opportunities across several counties that will have an immediate and lasting impact.”The funding will support JATC in developing workforces in Luzerne County and parts of Bradford, Sullivan, Wyoming counties by financing salaries and wages of the training director and instructors, training materials and equipment, and administration for 30 apprentices in the IBEW Local 163 JATC’s Electrical Journeyman Apprenticeship Program. Apprentices in the program will complete 8,000 hours of on-the-job training and nine hours of classroom-related instruction over five years. Upon completion of the training program, participants can become an electrical journeyman wireman earning $36 per hour or more with benefits. Apprentices also have the opportunity to earn college credits throughout the training.“We are thrilled to partner with DCED to create more economic opportunities in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Through this project, 30 apprentices will develop new workforce skills by participating in exceptional-quality classroom and technical instruction while earning $12 to $13 per hour. When they complete the five-year program, they can earn $36 per hour or more with good benefits,” said John T. Nadolny, Training Director, IBEW Local 163 JATC. “Our apprentices are able to achieve their goals of a productive and rewarding career with opportunities for continued growth.”Apprenticeship programs provide critical access to career pathways and enable apprentices to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to compete in today’s economy. Classroom training is a required component of registered apprenticeship programs across Pennsylvania and complements traditional on-the-job training. The technical material taught in a classroom environment enables apprentices to learn fundamental concepts, terminology, procedures, safety requirements, and basic tools and instruments.“The Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development’s investment in IBEW Local 163 JATC’s Electrician Apprenticeship Program will support the continued economic revitalization of Luzerne County and beyond while also strengthening our regional training program for the next generation of electricians and creating opportunities for the local workforce to thrive,” said State Senator John T. Yudichak.“This grant will support economic opportunity and growth in the greater Nanticoke area,” said State Representative Gerald Mullery. “With the support from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, IBEW Local 163 JATC will prepare apprentices to become Electrical Journeymen using the latest equipment and training methods.”Apprenticeships are a key component of Governor Wolf’s PAsmart initiative, an innovative way to improve coordination between state agencies, cut red tape, and invest in people and businesses to expand innovative job training in apprenticeships and other programs so workers get the skills they need to compete in the global economy.The Pre-Apprentice and Apprenticeship Grant Program is a statewide program to assist registered apprenticeship programs. The program’s goal is to increase apprenticeship availability to Pennsylvania employers to help with talent recruitment and development.For more information about the Wolf Administration’s commitment to workforce training, visit the Department of Community and Economic Development website, and be sure to stay up-to-date with all of our agency news on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. January 24, 2020center_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Gabrielle presents an amazing €11,270 to Donegal Down Syndrome

first_imgThe Donegal Down Syndrome has gained a major boost with a donation of €11,270 from the proceeds of Gabrielle’s Diary Ball.Social diarist Gabrielle McMonagle hosted a successful fundraiser in March to bring 400 people together in support of a strong local cause.The charity ball in the Clanree Hotel was a special celebration of diversity and inclusion, while many members of the Donegal Down Syndrome Association starred as special guests and dancers on the night. This year’s ball was Gabrielle’s 10th charity event. Once again, it brought a large community of businesses and individuals together in support of the chosen cause.Gabrielle caught up with her friends in DDS on Thursday to proudly present them with the grand total raised.L-R: Gina Grant, Sinead McDevitt, Gabrielle McMonagle, Sheila McMenamin and Gearoid Melvin from the Donegal Down Syndrome Association, with little Seanie McMenamin at the frontThe money is sure to go a long way in supporting members and their families across Donegal.The Donegal Down Syndrome branch is a parent-led group with more than 160 members. They provide speech therapy and parent support, along with annual events and community awareness initiatives. Gabrielle McMonagle presents €11,270 to the Donegal Down Syndrome Association Gabrielle presents an amazing €11,270 to Donegal Down Syndrome was last modified: April 13th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal Down SyndromeGABRIELLE’S DIARYlast_img read more

De Jager named Davis, Fed Cup captain

first_img8 November 2011John-Laffnie de Jager, the captain of the South African Davis Cup team since 2009, has now also been named as captain of the country’s Fed Cup team by the South African Tennis Association (Sata).He takes over the post from former world top-tenner Greer Leo-Smith, who had been in charge since March 2009.“After a thorough interview process and careful consideration by the Board of the Sata, John-Laffnie de Jager has been appointed as captain of both the South African Davis Cup and Fed Cup Tennis teams,” announced Sata CEO Ian Smith.‘Deciding factors’Explaining the decision, he said: “The deciding factors in this decision were past record and knowledge of senior and developing players.“We know he and the players of both teams will do us proud.”De Jager was first appointed captain of the Davis Cup team in 2005. In 2009, he was re-appointed to the position until 2011.Exciting and challenging“It is a great privilege for me to be appointed Davis and Fed Cup captain,” said De Jager.“It’s an exciting and challenging time for both teams, with the Davis Cup team trying to get into the World Group, and the Fed Cup Team trying to get into Group 1 and then the World Group.“Kevin Anderson, Chani Scheepers and Natalie Grandin had their best year on the tour and that is very exciting for SA tennis. The time is right for getting the new generation of players involved so they can learn from the older and more experienced players.”He added that one of his priorities will be to encourage both Anderson and Scheepers to play next year. “We have seen the huge influence Kevin had on the Davis Cup team, and I am sure Chani will have the same impact on the Fed Cup team.“I am very passionate about my country and it is a huge privilege to serve it,” he concluded.Davis Cup goalSouth Africa is aiming for to the World Group of the Davis Cup next year. The country is currently competing in Europe/Africa Zone Group 1 and has received a first round bye in 2012. They will then face the winner of the Denmark versus Slovenia tie in the second round.South Africa’s women will compete in Europe/Africa Zone Group II of the Fed Cup next year after earning promotion from Group III this year.In the country’s last tie Simmonds and Grandin secured a victory over Egypt after winning their respective singles matches in straight sets. South Africa was then promoted after an overall 3-0 win in the play-off.SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

PROCESS WELL UNDERWAY FOR UNITARY MODEL OF MANAGMENT

first_imgAs you are aware the Australian Touch Association is in the process of progressing the national unitary management model in accordance with the recommendations contained within the Shilbury report. It is the view of the ATA that the time frames set down by the working committee (State and National CEO’s and the General committee) will be met and these time frames are broadly indicated in the attachments which are inclusive of the Schedule for sub Committees and a Power Point presentation for use by Members Please find here an Adobe picture file and also a Power Point presentation on the progress of the Unitary Model. ADOBE PICTURE OF THE UNITARY MODEL PROGRESS POWERPOINT PRESENTATION OF THE UNITARY MODEL PROGRESS Please find below the first newsletter on the progress of the unitary model: UNITARY MODEL NEWSLETTER Positive effects: * The positive effects of this management model are many, to highlight the obvious: * Strength drawn from economies of scale; * Consistent delivery of services; * Better informed Touch Community; * Better adaptation of resources; * Improved delivery of services to affiliates; * Elimination and or reduction of duplication. The set up: As this advancement program is critical to the sport the ATA has taken a “we must get it right” view and in support of this five sub committees have been formed, they are: * Governance * Finance * Human resources * Business Principles Strategic planning The committee memberships have been designed to obtain a valuable cross section of thoughts ideas and processes from a wide range of the sports volunteers and paid personnel from every area in Australia. Tasks at hand for each committee and the members of each are detailed below GOVERNANCE: Ken Willett (Qld) Chairperson (04) 1204-5455 [email protected] John Howard (NSW) Bruce Ainslie (SA) Graeme Murphy (ACT) Marion Murphy (SA) The tasks facing this committee are: * Draft Constitution consultation and recommendations * Draft Standing Orders for Advisory Committees * Investigate changes needed at local level to ensure direct affiliation. * Review and Define ATA Board Responsibilities and roles * Define delegations and limitations of ATA Board and CEO FINANCE: Jeremy Sorenson Chair person (WA) Chairperson (08) 9387-8279 [email protected] Lyn Dunn (ATA) Darren Ball (SA) Tony Doyle (NSW) Karen Groves (ACT) Paul Eggers (Queensland) The tasks facing this committee are: * Cash Collection procedures * Expenditure Procedures * Chart of accounts * Risk Management Guidelines * Financial Reporting system identified HUMAN RESOURCES: Peter Topp Chairperson(ATA) 0262852703 [email protected] Jasmin Reik (SA) Sandra Gad (External consultant) ATA Board Member The tasks facing this committee are Define managerial Hierarchy: * Who reports to Whom * Determine responsibilities * Develop Organisational Chart Staff Management: * Document induction process * Define Salary Structure * Develop Employment Process inclusive of EBA’s and or contracts * Plan for retention of current and recruitment of Staff (CB’s Regions and ATA) * Plan any other policies and standards required BUSINESS PRINCIPLES: Col Maguire Chairperson (SA) 0883733222 [email protected] Andrew Bar (Qld) Miles Davine (Vic) Isobel Appo (NT) Bill Ker (ATA) Jon Pratt (ATA) Dean Russell (NSW) Consultant (to be identified) The tasks facing this committee are: * Communication – vertical and lateral methods and protocols * IT Infrastructure, Management and Policy * Operating Rules and Procedures * Customer Service Principals STRATEGIC PLANNING: ATA Board Peter Topp Bill Ker The tasks facing this committee are: Integrate “National Development Plan (June 2004) the Strategic Plan and the Shilbury Report change management process into a new Strategic Plan Where Are We Now? All committees have commenced their contact and discussions will commence within the week. The strategic plan for the next 18 months will be put to the Australian Sports Commission on February 17 and this will be inclusive of the current outstanding strategic directional matters combined with the Game Development Plan for the development area and the actions required to introduce and implement the management audit unitary model. A new schedule for sub committees has been completed, this document is a basic macro overview of the expected timelines required to successfully implement change by July 1 2005. Communication with State Government funding agencies has commenced especially aimed at the funding of activities within State Boundaries by a National Organisation as distinct to an Incorporated State Body. The ATA Legal Advisor has supplied a detailed information sheet on the winding up procedures needed for each State and Territory, ACT sample given at the end of this document. The ATA is in the process of appointing a new CEO (due to the retirement from the position of the current CEO) and once that is in place the employment of a senior member to the ATA (either a Member Services Manger of a Chief Financial Officer) will be undertaken. This is supporting the new ATA Office Structure as recommended in the Shilbury Report WHAT CAN YOU DO? As this is a critical time for the committees it is imperative that the chair of each committee is contactable. With that in mind I encourage any Touch participant to make contact and pass on their thoughts and ideas to these committees. One major change to the relationships between States, Regions and local associations is that of membership. Under the new constitution the ATA members (Legal Owners) will be the Local Touch Associations which is a major organisational change. The local player now has a critical role in the direction of the sport. This will give local associations a direct communication pathway to the national organisation. In saying this it has been recognised that local associations should contribute to these formative steps, after all the new members should be involved at this level as the outcomes will be inclusive of their ideas .We need your assistance especially with the sub committees work over the next 6 weeks. The Human Resource Committee needs a wider consultation base therefore we are looking for a couple more committee members preferably with experience in this area. For contact to the chairperson of each committee please refer to the contact numbers next to their names or alternatively contact the ATA on 1800 654 951 (free call) Australian Touch Association PO Box 9078 w Deakin, AC 2600 Email: [email protected] Web site: http://www.austouch.com.aulast_img read more

Improved Benefits to NHT Contributors Take Effect

first_imgEffective July 1, 2017, some new National Housing Trust (NHT) loan applicants began benefitting from improvements in Home Grants and financing for NHT scheme solutions. There are also special benefits for persons with disabilities. These include reduced interest rates and a special grant to assist with retrofitting their houses. The policy changes were announced by Prime Minister the Most. Hon. Andrew Holness during his 2017/2018 budget presentation in March and are aimed at making home ownership even more affordable for contributors.Leading the new policy changes is the NHT’s offer of 100% mortgage financing for all housing units it produces. This means that the Trust will lend qualified contributors the full amount required to buy NHT units, providing that they can afford the monthly loan payments.Currently, NHT contributors with a disability, who are certified by the Jamaica Council for Persons with Disabilities, repay their loans at a rate of interest of two-percentage points below that of the income group in which they fall. As of July 1, individuals earning up to $30,000 weekly will borrow at a rate of 0%. The NHT will also provide a grant of $150,000 to NHT mortgagors with disabilities or to mortgagors who reside with and care for a family member who is disabled, to retrofit or upgrade the dwellings to make them more suited for their needs.Meanwhile, NHT’s lowest earning contributors can now access increased funding following improvements made to the Home Grant programme. Contributors earning below $12,000 weekly and who have been contributing for over seven years, will be able to access up to $2.5 million for an NHT Home Grant. By combining their mortgage loan and the Home Grant amount, these contributors should be able to purchase a unity equivalent in value to an NHT studio. Previously, contributors could benefit from a maximum Home Grant of $1.5 million.Earlier this year, the NHT implemented policies which saw an increase in the loan limit for Home Improvement Loans to $2.5 million up from $1.5 million. With this new policy, two qualified NHT contributors can co-apply and access up to $5 million for home improvements. In addition, the loan limit for a House Lot loan was increased to $2.5 million from the previous limit of $2 million.The Trust’s housing programme for the 2017/2018 Financial Year will see the NHT commence construction of almost 6,000 housing solutions across Jamaica. Ground has been broken for approximately 3,000 solutions to date. For the 2017/2018 financial year, the NHT plans to write approximately 8,500 new loans at a value of $17.5 billion.last_img read more

Skilled immigrant doesnt want welfare but Quebec system makes it attractive

first_imgMONTREAL — Hugo Hernan Ruiz, a 42-year-old systems engineer from Colombia, has a master’s degree in his field and ran the IT department of an oil company in his home country.His French is excellent considering he arrived in Quebec in 2016 with little knowledge of the language. But like many highly educated newcomers to the province, Ruiz has struggled to find work despite being selected as a skilled immigrant by provincial authorities.After failing to find a job, he decided to open his own consulting business to take advantage of his South American contacts. He applied for a provincial program that assists budding entrepreneurs with grants, marketing and training.But he was rejected because the program was for people who were on welfare or who had received Employment Insurance — and he fit neither category.It would become a common refrain, he said, as he tried unsuccessfully to navigate the Quebec bureaucracy.“I think there needs to be a reflection,” Ruiz said over coffee at a strip mall in the Montreal suburb of Laval, where he settled with his wife and two children. “What happens to immigrants who are trying to succeed and who don’t come here to live off the government?”As Quebec Premier Francois Legault moves to reduce immigration in order, he says, to ensure newcomers learn French and find work, Ruiz’s case highlights the obstacles and contradictions facing educated immigrants who are neither poor nor wealthy.Yann Hairaud, head of a Montreal-based immigrant employment centre, said he knows of cases where skilled workers find options closed to them because they aren’t on welfare.“Unfortunately yes,” he said in an interview. “These situations can happen. There is a certain incoherence in some of the rules that exist for newcomers.”Shortly after Ruiz arrived in Quebec, he enrolled in a French-language program to study what’s known as the internet of things — the network of objects that contain electronics and can interact with one another.“I thought that instead of taking French courses, I would take a French-language course in my field, so I would learn both,” he said.He graduated with a vocational certificate last August — but because the government didn’t fully pay for his training, more doors were closed to him. A paid public-sector internship caught his eye, but to get it he had to qualify for a provincial salary subsidy.He was rejected for the subsidy, he explained, because the government hadn’t paid for his training.“I brought all my savings with me (from Colombia) and I prepared financially in order to avoid asking for welfare,” Ruiz said. “I’m not criticizing the Employment Department or the government. But I think the country needs to reflect on whether the immigration system encourages immigrants to go on welfare.”Dominique Anglade, immigration critic for the provincial Liberals, has not heard of immigrants going on welfare to land jobs, but she acknowledged those on social assistance have a certain advantage.Anglade, a former economy minister, said in an interview that “a high percentage” of immigrants fail to complete the necessary training to have their skills recognized in Quebec, in part because of the high costs involved.“When you go on welfare, you do have some support that can help you actually accomplish finding a job and everything else,” she said. She blamed the discrepancy on government departments not working hand in hand.Immigration Department spokesperson Chantal Bouchard, said integration “is obviously a priority” but referred questions about the obstacles facing skilled immigrants to the Employment Department.Employment Department spokesman Vincent Breton did not respond directly to questions about whether people who are not receiving welfare are at a disadvantage when seeking work.“As you know, the Employment Department offers many measures and programs for those who want to integrate into the workforce,” Breton said in an email, adding that each file is analyzed on its individual merits.Hairaud, whose organization CITIM works with about 1,800 immigrants a year, said the Employment Department gives priority to certain groups, including those who are on welfare or unemployment insurance.Quebec seeks out skilled workers, he noted, but they are ineligible for government support programs if they are deemed too successful.“It’s contradictory, the right hand doesn’t know what the left is doing,” Hairaud said.Despite the difficulties, the employment landscape is improving for immigrants, partly due to Quebec’s strong economy. In August 2018, the unemployment rate for immigrants between the ages of 25 and 54 fell to 6.1 per cent after hovering above 10 per cent for much of the previous decade, the Institut du Quebec reported.Ruiz said he’s happy in Canada. His two young children are in school, and he wants to start a new life here. But he questions the value Canada places on the first generation of immigrants.“My experience looking for work has been bizarre,” he said. “What is the life for professionals who come here? Is the first generation of immigrants important to Canada?”Giuseppe Valiante, The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Cowboys Defense Brings Desperately Needed Win Over Redskins

The Dallas Cowboys defense rebounded to deliver a win to the team in Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins.The Cowboy’s defense was blamed for last week’s loss to the Denver Broncos, but this week it was the cause of the desperately needed 31-16 victory.“Huge, huge win for us,” middle linebacker Sean Lee said late Sunday night as he stood outside the Cowboys locker room. “We knew we needed to uphold our end of the bargain.”Last week, the Cowboys lost their lead in the NFC East and owner Jerry Jones called the loss a moral victory and described how import this win was for the team.“I don’t want to call it pressure, but there was a lot riding on it,”  Jones said. “We did not need to lose this ball game. This was a moral victory.”As a note to the improvement of the Cowboys defense, they sacked Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III three times after getting just one sack combined in the past two games against Philip Rivers and Peyton Manning.The Cowboys are hoping for their first chance at consecutive wins this season as they take on the Philadelphia Eagles on their home field next week. read more

Buckeyes focused on dualthreat quarterback Denard Robinson

As quarterback Denard Robinson goes, so goes Michigan’s offense. Robinson has accounted for 67 percent of his team’s total yards through 11 games this season. Limiting the Heisman contender will be the challenge for the Ohio State defense Saturday. “It’s going to be tough to game plan for him,” senior defensive end Cameron Heyward said. “I don’t know if there really is a weakness.” The difficulty comes from Robinson’s ability to beat you with his legs and his arm. The quarterback is the first player in NCAA history to have more than 1,500 yards passing and 1,500 yards rushing in the same season. The evolution of his passing game is what has OSU defenders worried this season. “You’ve got to watch out because he has turned out as a good passer,” defensive tackle Dexter Larimore said. “He has been able to throw down field like he hasn’t quite been able to in the past couple years.” That improvement has come from more repetitions and more thorough preparation by the sophomore signal caller. “You’ve got to be able to read everything and know where everybody is supposed to be at on the offense,” Robinson said at Michigan’s weekly press conference Monday. “I think that is pretty much what I learned this year.” The fact that Robinson has been able to put both facets of the game together makes him hard to duplicate on the scout team in practice. The Buckeyes have to use more than one player to mimic the Wolverine quarterback. “I’m sure we’ll get some of the wide outs in there doing part of it (and) the running backs,” coach Jim Tressel said. “It’s a tremendous challenge because it gives you all of the problems that a wildcat offense gives you with a great running back … (but) it has all the passing problems.” The Buckeyes will use different scout players to work on Robinson’s running and passing threats separately because it is “impossible to simulate him” in any other way, Tressel said. Unfortunately for OSU, the two skill sets will be combined this Saturday. To slow down Robinson’s dual-threat capabilities, the Buckeyes will have to stay disciplined. “We just have to play assignment football,” senior safety Jermale Hines said. If “guys stay home and guys do their job, everything should take care of itself.” Teammates agreed that a team approach will be essential this weekend. “I think the biggest thing is to be able to play as a team and be able to play a team defense because he’s probably going to make one guy miss or two guys miss,” Larimore said. Discipline aside, Buckeye players realize that completely stopping Robinson is not an option. “He is one of the best players in college football, so it is going to be a huge challenge for our defense,” senior linebacker Ross Homan said. “We know that he’s going to get yards on us, but we just can’t quit.” The ability to dictate how he gets those yards might be the key to beating the Wolverines. In Michigan’s four losses, Robinson has 185 yards rushing a game. That number falls to 138 yards a game in the team’s seven victories. Given this disparity, limiting the passing attack might be more important for the Silver Bullet defense. The players realize that to do so, they can’t let Robinson get off to a quick start. “He gets very hot very quick,” Heyward said. “We have to be ready for both the pass and the run, and he’s got so many different options on the team, it’s going to be tough to stop him.” No matter how they go about slowing down Robinson, OSU players know doing so is the only way to stop the Wolverine attack. “He is definitely what makes their offense go,” Homan said. read more

Report Juventus under investigation by UEFA for signing Ronaldo

first_imgJuventus are reportedly set to be investigated by the UEFA over their €112m signing of Cristiano Ronaldo from Real MadridThe Bianconeri spent over €250m in new signings during the last transfer window with the likes of Bayern Munich loanee Douglas Costa and Joao Cancelo from Valencia also joining for substantial fees.But Italian news outlet Calcio Mercato reports that the signing that has caught the attention of the UEFA is five-time Ballon d’Or winner Ronaldo.The Portuguese forward was signed by Juventus in July for a staggering €112m, which club president Andrea Agnelli defended by stating that it was too good an opportunity to turn down.Cristiano Ronaldo, Nemanja Vidic, Manchester UnitedVidic: “Ronaldo is the most professional footballer I’ve seen” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Nemanja Vidic opened up on how a 21-year-old Cristiano Ronaldo’s professionalism left him stunned at Manchester United.However, the UEFA are set to hold an investigation to make sure that Juventus complied with their Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.After three league games without a goal, Ronaldo turned things around on Sunday to score a brace and hand all three points in their 2-1 win over Sassuolo.The 33-year-old is expected to make his Champions League debut for the Old Lady away to Valencia at 21:00 (GMT +2).last_img read more

Guardiola urges City players to be clinical

first_imgPep Guardiola was far from impressed with Manchester City’s inability to convert their chances against Tottenham Hotspur in their narrow 1-0 win.Riyad Mahrez’s early goal was the difference at Wembley Stadium as City missed clear-cut chances in both halves to increase their lead. And Guardiola bemoaned the poor finishing touches.He went on to reveal to Sky Sports: “We played today one of the most physical teams I’ve faced in my life because of Sissoko, Kane, Dier, Alderweireld, Sanchez, and Dembele. It’s incredible physicality and this pitch was so complicated. We missed some goals and we let them run.Premier LeaguePremier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“But we controlled quite good in terms of the difficulty to play on this pitch, especially in the first 15 to 20 minutes. In the second half, we should have the game over and that is the problem we have.“In the big events, especially in the Champions League, we need to be more clinical in this situation because sooner or later we are not going to win.”He then said in his post-match press conference: “I still feel we have a lot to improve.”last_img read more