Jose Mourinho has agreed to extend his current contract with Chelsea until the 30th of June 2019, along with a salary of €10.5 million euros per season without bonuses, with the aim of keeping the Portuguese coach to lead a long-term project at Stamford Bridge. In mid-May, after the elimination of Real Madrid in the semi finals of the Champions League at the hands of Juventus, Florentino Perez contacted Mourinho to offer him the manager’s job at the expense of Ancelotti, but the Portuguese rejected a return to the Bernabeu for his current situation at Chelsea. After being accused of being manager signed to get results over the short-term, Mourinho has already proclaimed this year his intention to remain at Chelsea for “at least 10 years” to overhaul the playing squad and continue with his current project, something which Abrahimovic is in agreement with. CEST Jordi Blanco That occurred a couple of months after the first meeting between the executives of Chelsea, where Mourinho got a promise from the English club to fund a large transfer warchest, said to be of around 100 million euros. That money is designated to improve the current squad, as Chelsea have the Champions League as their primary objective. According to the Daily Mail, Roman Abramovich has been advised to renew Mourinho’ current deal which runs out in June 2017, due to the previously stretched relations which resulted in the Russian owner having to let Mourinho go in 2007. 15/06/2015 Upd. at 13:48
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Sunday, Oct 15th:At Tuam Stadium – Minor A football final: Salthill Knocknacarra v Claregalway 2pm (Ref. Anthony Coyne)At Tuam Stadium – Country SFC final: Corofin v Mountbellew Moylough 4pm (Ref. Muiris McGearailt, Linesmen Frank Kinneen & Martin Flaherty)print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Tuam Stadium has been confirmed as the venue for the county senior football final between Corofin and Mountbellew Moylough on Sunday week. The big game throws in at 4pm with Muiris McGearailt as referee. The Minor A final beforehand at 2pm between Salthill Knocknacarra and Claregalway will be refereed by Anthony Coyne. This weekend sees both Intermediate semi finals down for decision as Oileain Arainn and Williamstown head back to Pearse Stadium for their replay while Kilkerrin Clonberne and Claregalway meet in Tuam Stadium. Sunday, Oct 8th:At Pearse Stadium – IFC semi final replay: Oileáin Árann v Williamstown 2.45pm (Ref. Frank Kinneen)At Tuam Stadium – IFC semi final: Kilkerrin Clonberne v Claregalway 3.45pm (Ref. Kieran Quinn)
Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Hurling Team of the YearDarach Fahy (Galway, Ardrahan)Caimin Killeen (Galway, Loughrea)Sean O’Leary Hayes (Cork, Midleton)Darren Morrissey (Galway, Sarsfields)Aidan McCarthy (Clare, Inagh-Kilnamona)James Keating (Cork, Kildorrery)Lee Gannon (Dublin, Whitehall Colmcilles)Daire Connery (Cork, Na Piarsaigh)Conor Fahey (Galway, Padraig Pearses)Brian Roche (Cork, Bride Rovers)Sean Currie (Dublin, Na Fianna)Adrian Mullen (Kilkenny, Ballyhale Shamrocks)Sean Bleahane (Galway, Ahascragh-Fohenagh)Jack Canning (Galway, Portumna)Brian Turnbull (Cork, Douglas) Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Hurler of the Year1) Brian Turnbull, Cork (Douglas) The Minor Star Hurler and Footballer of the Year were announced today at the inaugural Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Awards lunch in Croke Park. Kerry’s All-Ireland Minor winning forward, David Clifford, was named as Electric Ireland Minor Star Footballer of the Year, with Cork Minor corner forward Brian Turnbull securing the Electric Ireland Minor Star Hurler of the Year award. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Footballer of the Year1) David Clifford, Kerry (Fossa) Brian Turnbull had an equally impressive season for Cork’s Minors. While they lost out to Galway in the All-Ireland Minor Final, Turnbull scored 1-07 in the Croke Park showpiece. The Douglas star also scored 13 points in a Man of the Match display in the semi-final win over Dublin for a total of 1-51 for the Championship season.Clifford and Turnbull were announced as part of the first Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Awards today. The event celebrated the Minor Footballing and Hurling Teams of the Year who were joined by their families and county managers in Croke Park.Kerry legend Jack O’Connor was also honoured with the Minor Star Special Merit Award, presented to him by Mícheál Ó’Muircheartaigh, for his significant contribution to Minor football in Kerry.The inaugural awards emphasise that there is ‘nothing minor about playing Minor’ and so honour the best individual performers from the entire season, also recognising the crucial and admirable part played by the families, clubs and communities of players which allowed them to get to this point in their sporting career.The four-man awards selection panel which was unveiled back in March, consisted of Meath Senior football manager Andy McEntee, legendary former Cork hurler and current Clare hurling selector, Dónal Óg Cusack; former Armagh All Star footballer, Oisín McConville and former Galway hurler and AIB All Ireland Club hurling championship winning manager, Mattie Kenny.Dónal Óg Cusack, Electric Ireland Minor Star Awards Judge; “Today’s awards really are a reflection on a great Minor Championship season. The Football and Hurling Teams of the Year along with Brian (Turnbull) and David (Clifford) as Players of the Year highlights the quality of players that are coming through the ranks. These awards are a proud day for everyone from the players themselves through to their parents, siblings, county and club team mates and their wider communities. It’s a day of celebration and recognition for all the hard work and dedication put in by the players and their parents and families to get to this point. This is a significant milestone for them all as players and this will no doubt inspire them to go on to greater things within the GAA.” Aogán Ó Fearghail, President, GAA, said; “It’s fantastic to see all these players, managers and families together in one room to celebrate this year’s Minor Championship. For the GAA it’s rewarding to see so many proud people here supporting the Football and Hurling Teams of the Year because without that support these players would not be able to reach their potential. For every player named it is a huge honour for them and we want to congratulate them and of course Brian Turnbull and David Clifford for their individual awards. I am sure they will be the first to acknowledge the role their team mates and families played in their success and will be key to their future success.” Jim Dollard, Executive Director, Electric Ireland, said; “This has been another great year for Electric Ireland as sponsor of the GAA Minor Championship. This year has thrown up some riveting games that these players have played a part in and for Electric Ireland to be able to honour these players today is a huge privilege as no doubt they will become stars of future Championships. They are a credit to their parents, families, clubs and communities and no doubt an inspiration to them all.” Having been sponsor of the GAA All-Ireland Minor Championships since 2012, Electric Ireland has committed to continuing the partnership until 2021. Throughout the course of the partnership, Electric Ireland has been re-defining what it means to be a Minor in GAA with the This Is Major campaign, designed to empower young players, ensuring they feel driven to compete, improve and to strive for more in their sporting lives.@ElectricIreland#GAAThisIsMajor Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Football Team of the YearDeividasUosis (Kerry, Dingle)Peadar Ó Cofaigh Byrne (Dublin, Cuala)Conor McCluskey (Derry, Magherafelt)Cian Gammell (Kerry, Killarney Legion)Michael Potts (Kerry, Dr Crokes)Padraig McGrogan (Derry, Newbridge)Niall Donohue (Kerry, Firies)Barry Mahony (Kerry, St.Senan’s)Oisin McWilliams (Derry, Swatragh)Ross McGarry (Dublin, Ballyboden St Enda’s)David Clifford (Kerry, Fossa)Donal O’Sullivan (Kerry, Kilgarvan)Oisin Pierson (Cavan, Gowna)Lorcan McWilliams (Derry, Swatragh)Fiachra Clifford (Kerry, Laune Rangers) The Electric Ireland Minor Team Of The Year Clifford was a key figure as Kerry secured their fourth Minor All-Ireland title in four years. The Fossa clubman scored 1-10 in the semi-final win over Cavan and 4-4 as Kerry defeated Derry in the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Football Final. Electric Ireland GAA Minor Star Special Merit Award1) Jack O’Connor (Kerry Minor All-Ireland Winning Manager 2014 & 2015)
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richard macmanus Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting French startup Zlio.com, a service that enables any Internet user to start avirtual store, has just launched in the US and also has plans for a UK version. It’s afree template-based system and you select the products you want to sell from a list ofpre-approved merchants. There are 75 merchants in France, 25 in US. At this time youcan’t sell your own products, but that functionality is being worked on. Example shopsinclude a Woody Allen shop and a kids sports store. Note that we first mentionedZlio back in September, in our Top Web Apps inFrance article.The competitionMore than 35,000 shops have been opened in the last 5 months in France and Zlio ishoping for similar success in the US. Right now they have competition in the form of MyPickList, a slick widget-based online shoppingapp. Loomia is similar. Also there is aStore from Amazon (only amazon products) and Shoplinc from Chitika (for people who already have awebsite). CafePress.com is kind of in this markettoo, although their focus is on customizable goods and services.What I like about Zlio is its straightforward positioning, which they’ve only recentlychanged. Zlio.com originally opened in November 2005 in France as a “recommendationservice”. Their positioning at that point was: “Recommend your favorites products to yourfriends and make money”. Zlio CEO Jeremie Berrebitold me they got “thousands of subscribers” but it was very difficult to manage andmaintain – users would recommend once, 2 times, 3 times, but after seeing that they onlymade a few Euros, a lot of users didn’t want to use the service anymore.So in September 2006 Zlio totally changed its market positioning – now Zlio is aservice that “allows any internet user to create his own online shop even if they havenothing to sell.”UsabilityZlio has a nice wizard-type sign-up process. It took me just a few minutes to sign up,select a template, and ‘open’ my store. Thecontrol panel for adding products is slick and easy to use. My one complaint is that Icouldn’t see any way to add bulk products, or a whole category. I had to individually addeach product, which is time consuming. It would be great if I could tell Zlio to add “allmicrosoft office products” or “all Apple iPod products”; even better if I could say “addany Apple iPod product that has at least 4GB of memory” etc. Tags:#e-commerce#web 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market There are also some useful promotional tools, such as creating a video to show on“Zlio TV” and a widget to display on your blog. There’s also an area called “boostingtools”, which includes a wizard to help you copy your store into your blog.Business ModelZlio has two business models: CPA & CPC (in France). For the US launch, it is CPAonly for now – but CPC will be introduced in the US soon. The CPA model means that whensomeone buys a product through a shop, the shop owner makes money via a commission (theyare paid through PayPal). The company is based in France, but half the team is in Israeland they are planning to open a US office in the coming months.ConclusionAll in all, it’s a nicely designed app and very well positioned in the market. It kindof reminds of Swickis, which are custom search engines. Having a niche custom online shop will be an attractive (and possibly profitable) proposition for a lot of people. It nicely plays into the needfor specialized and focused online properties, which are increasingly the success storieson the Web. In other words, if I am a Woody Allen fan then what better way to shop forhis products than on a dedicated Woody Allen shop? So I like what Zlio enables and I’llbe watching to see how much uptake it gets. Also I need to work on that R/WW shop! 🙂 Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai…
Related Posts “I think of this as a love story,” began Chris Vander Mey, Senior Product Manager at Google, as he announced Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook, a plug-in that syncs Outlook with Apps, much like Outlook syncs with Exchange.But love? Not so much. Google, intent on building its enterprise channel, has recognized that many Outlook users – particularly enterprise users – aren’t ready to make the leap to the cloud and to Google Apps. But maybe, just maybe, Google Apps Sync is what it will take to woo them.According to a press release, Google Apps Sync works on Outlook 2003 and 2007 and will synchronize email, calendar and contacts data with Google Apps. “It provides access to Global Address List data and enables users to schedule meetings by looking up when attendees are free or busy. It also includes a simple, two-click migration utility which enables users to easily copy their data from a previous Outlook data source, such as Microsoft Exchange servers.Not Quite Gears“Although we use the same protocol as gears, we don’t use gears per se,” explained Vander Mey. “It’s all saved in outlook PST files. From a technical level [there] is a MAPI provider; when you connect to Exchange we have built our own MAPI provider – we just change what’s going out on the wire – as opposed to licensing from Microsoft.”Key Features:E-mail, calendar and contact syncSynchronize all Outlook fields in both directions, keeping them up-to-date; Uses a Google native e-mail protocol.Free/Busy and Global Address look upThe Global Address List feature lets you search for and access e-mail addresses of users and resources in your domain.Simple, user-driven data migrationLetting users move data to Google instead of having to wait for IT admins.Google Apps Sync will be launched this afternoon. You’ll need Outlook 2003 SP3 or 2007 SP2 (or SP1 with a hotfix), running on Windows XP SP2 (with selected hotfixes) or Vista SP1 (with a hotfix).If you want to see how Google Apps for Microsoft Outlook works, watch this three minute video. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… lidija davis 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market Tags:#Google#web