‘He says: “People say that I’m difficult but I’m only difficult for the ones that don’t share my principles.” So all the colleagues that share his principles they just love him. ‘The ones that don’t like him are the ones that don’t share the principles.’ The Champions League winner went on to add: ‘With me it’s basically the same. For me, everything is about the team, it’s not about selfish people. ‘For me, everything is about the group and professionalism and commitment and respect for the club, respect for the mates, respect for the fans. ‘I cannot run away from this so if there is somebody that doesn’t share these principles with me, then we have a problem and we will always have a problem because this is the way I think football has to be. ‘The players are only big when they make the others better. You cannot be a big player if you just think about yourself. Read Also:Grammys honour Kobe Bryant with tributes, jerseys‘That’s another principle. To be a big player, you have to make others big. If I have players that think they are big and they just care about themselves, and forget to help others to be big, we are always going to have a problem.’ Mourinho’s comments hammer home that Bryant’s 20 year career at the LA Lakers made a significant impact on society, as well as the sport of basketball. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 In the hours since his shocking death, tributes to the 41-year-old have poured in from the world of sport. Poignant words from Spurs boss Mourinho back in November have also resurfaced. Mourinho hailed Kobe’s ‘professionalism’ and quoted the ‘serial winner’ as he laid out his future plans for the North London outfit. ‘I read one quote from Kobe Bryant,’ the 57-year-old told reporters. ‘And if you have to speak about some examples of professionalism and serial winners, Kobe is a great example in his sport and in the world of sport. Jose Mourinho quoting Kobe Bryant in his first Tottenham Hotspur press conference shows how important he was to the world of sport. Bryant was killed alongside his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and seven others yesterday following a helicopter crash in Los Angeles. Loading… Promoted ContentFantastic-Looking (and Probably Delicious) Bread ArtYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The WorldThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love WithBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthThe 90s Was A Fantastic Decade For Fans Of Action MoviesPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?These Are The Best Stargazing Locations You Can Find On EarthWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?
Related Articles Submit Share StumbleUpon Share Betby receives green light from MGA August 10, 2020 Better Collective cautious on quick recovery as COVID drags growth momentum August 25, 2020 DraftKings CBO – Industry ‘only just scratched the surface’ of US sports betting July 16, 2020 The Malta Gaming Authority (MGA) has confirmed that it will be ‘increasing industry outreach’ to ensure that all licensees are compliant with regulatory expectations during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.The regulator has suggested that the widespread cancellation of sporting events across the globe will encourage operators to bet on products offering ‘different risk profiles to those traditionally offered’.The MGA highlighted that many operators may consider offering markets on esports during the period of sporting shutdown.“Just like other sports, esports has varying levels of professional, semi-professional and amateur tournaments, and whilst many esports events are organised in a highly professional manner, others may not. And in a new sector such as esports, this distinction may not be easy to make,” said the MGA.Outlining a number of recommendations, the MGA has urged operators to consider that ‘all esports events are now being run online’ with the regulator underlining that such events are ‘lacking the standard integrity checks done at events’.Tournament organisers, broadcasters and sports governing bodies (SGBs) have also been encouraged to revise any policies regarding misuse of inside information, ensuring that such policies include any participants or officials involved in their esports events.According to the MGA, operators should also ensure that matches are not pre-recorded, and risk teams should be aware that esports matches are not always broadcast in real-time, and there is often a pre-set delay between the actual match, and the public broadcast.Customers should also be made aware of the distinction between esports and virtual sports, while the MGA emphasised that operators should look into whether events benefit from integrity controls.Checks should also be carried out to make sure that participants are professional when deciding on what markets to offer, it added.All suspicious betting activity should be reported to the MGA, while operators should continue to report any other suspicious activity not related to betting to the relevant sports governing bodies or the event organiser.
Termon GAA club have recently launched a new DVD entitled “All Ireland Journey 2014”.This unique DVD highlights and shows exclusive behind the scenes footage of the recent successes of the Termon Senior Ladies football team.Footage includes scenes from the County final right up to and including the All Ireland final. It also includes exclusive pre match interviews from manager Francie Friel and Termon’s ace goal scorer Geraldine McLaughlin. Club meetings, erection of banners, buntings, flags.It also covers team talks, departure and the Coach trip south to Tuam on All Ireland day.Extensive footage of the raw emotion of the faces of the management, players, parents and supporters at the final whistle are all covered.Scenes from the momentous home coming for the All Ireland Champions are also highlighted in this special edition DVD. This DVD was recently launched in The Lagoon Termon by former Derry footballer Joe Brolly and Minister Joe McHugh in conjunction with the Termon GAA dinner dance amongst huge crowds.It can be purchased in all local shops and outlets or contacting Termon GAA Club via Facebook TERMON GAA CLUB LAUNCH DVD OF LADIES INCREDIBLE ALL-IRELAND JOUNREY was last modified: January 16th, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare 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:All-Ireland championsDVDlaunchednewsSportTermon
Chances are you already know that Costa Rica doesn’t really have a Halloween scene. Still, some people visit their loved ones at the cemeteries every Nov. 2 and celebrate a special mass. But that’s about it.So, without the house-to-house trick-or-treat tradition, Halloween has evolved into an almost exclusively adult nightlife celebration.Bars and nightclubs know it might be the only night of the year where you can be anything you want to be. And I mean anything from a costume meticulously planned for months, to a last-minute political pun about the tax reform because 2018 is the year of “laugh it off before you cry.”Either way, your costume will probably disintegrate all over the dance floor, so be ready to comfortably dance.Most parties will be held this weekend, but some others will be on Nov. 2-3.You can get some tickets on pre-sale with price ranges that go from ₡4,000 (about $7) to around ₡7,000. Plan beforehand because tickets will be pricier if you buy them at the last minute. I would know: I’m writing from hellish experience.In Barrio Amón, the cultural complex El Sótano (four blocks north from Automercado at San José) will have its biggest party on Nov. 3 at 8 p.m.The local band Los Cuchillos will be at their best when they play rockabilly surrounded by fake cobwebs. They’ve been doing it every year nonstop for more than a decade. (Photo courtesy of Los Cuchillos / Juan Calivá)This year there will be guest DJs and a mandatory costume contest. Tickets for the party can be purchased at the Steinvorth building, at the Twistin’ Bones record store.But El Sótano will also hold a smaller party on Oct. 27 hosted by another local rock band. That night, starting at 8 p. m., pop-rock duo Half Tangerine will be playing live and also handling prices for the three best costumes of the night.That same night, two places will be competing with Halloween bashes at Barrio La California.Casa Félix, la Concha de La Lora y Mercadito La California — 25 meters north from Bomba La Primavera — will be joining forces to throw a huge party at Sanatorio La California from 9 p. m. to 6 a.m. They will arrange five stages with dance music that will include Latin charanga, electronica, and hip-hop. From the Weeping Woman to the Naked Gringo, a guide to Costa Rica’s spookiest folklore Related posts:10 can’t-miss events this Halloween in Costa Rica Arts and culture in brief: the week ahead in Costa Rica Coming soon: Tamarindo’s Ocaso Music Festival From the Weeping Woman to the Naked Gringo, a guide to Costa Rica’s spookiest folklore The cheapest tickets are already sold out at Yapp, so you can either buy the ₡11,000 one or the VIP ones that cost ₡22,000. Every ticket will get you six drinks. The only difference is where and with whom you will be seated. Their costume contest prize is also the juiciest because they are offering ₡250,000 in cash.Nightclub El Wok, just across from Bomba La California, will offer the Halloween edition of their infamous Sad Boys Club bash. They will be giving out Bad Bunny tickets as costume prices. The best one will be having two VIP tickets and the second place will get two single ones.You can buy the Sad Boys Club tickets at Yapp because they usually don’t last until the day of the party. Trust me on this one.Later, El Wok will host the DNCFLR party, but this year the DJs are planning a thematic Día de Muertos on Nov. 2. Tickets will be sold at the entrance, so don’t stress about that one. (Photo courtesy of Los Cuchillos / Juan Calivá)Over this weekend, Antik will be the last nightclub to close up at 7 a. m. on Oct. 28. It’s also just four blocks south from El Wok. Convenient, I know.They are planning a big house music party with Detroit DJ duo Golf Clap. They will be receiving reservations beforehand at 7204-9909 but if you want to, you can also get in line before DJs play around midnight.For the ones that don’t like staying in one place for the night, there is also the Carpe Chepe option. Carpe Halloween is a tour that will take you to four bars without paying any extra cover. The ₡15.000 ticket covers four shots, complimentary cocktails, and experienced city guides.They’ll meet at restaurant Gallo Pinto 506 in Barrio Escalante at 7 p. m. on Oct. 27 and take it from there. But you should pay in advance and stay in contact with the organizers through their mail firstname.lastname@example.org or cellphone 8347-6198.Sound advice from a fellow partygoer: no matter where you stay, it’s wise to be extra careful with your belongings. Several friends of mine have lost their cellphones over Halloween. Also, stay close to your costume-clad friends.We don’t pass out in candy San José, but we do have a lot of fun. Facebook Comments