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Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said Bruno Fernandes can help turn Scott McTominay into a better player. Promoted Content13 kids at weddings who just don’t give a hootTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our FutureLittle Georgie Henley Has Grown Into A Beautiful Swan!8 Weird Facts About Coffee That Will Surprise YouWorld’s Most Delicious FoodsThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldThe Network’s Greatest Shows On HBOWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year Fernandes is getting rave reviews for his own performances since joining United in January. “Bruno can help Scott impove, definitely. Bruno is going to give us loads, definitely, and he is going to help the young kid,” said Solskjaer. “I shouldn’t call Scotty a kid, he is 23, but he is still learning the game. Bruno knows it inside out. He has been around, he’s travelled, he’s had his ups and downs.Advertisement He has been in Italy, Portugal so he has learned to deal with setbacks, so he will help them all including Scotty.” Solskjaer can’t wait for his Scottish international midfielder to be fully match fit and firing. “Scott has been important for us but he needs games as well to get back to the level that he was at before he got injured,” he added.Fallout of Utd victory: Ighalo reminded me of my playing days–Scholes Read Also: “It takes time when you’ve been out for two months so he’s getting there, he has done remarkably well in his recovery and to be back so quickly, we are delighted.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a 65-year-old woman who has been missing for more than a week.Authorities say Ginger Widger was reported missing by her daughter around October 26th. Widger’s daughter told authorities that she last saw her mother in June and last spoke to her on October 26th.Widger was said to have lived off of the 8000 block of 129th Street, Roseland and could be in the Sebastian or Vero Lake Estates area.If you have any information about Widger you are asked to call the Indian River County Public Safety Dispatch at 772-978-6240.
Joy Sports’ Gary Al-Smith was on the Super Morning Show on Thursday morning to give the latest insight on the Justice Dzamefe Commission which was put together to investigate happenings that led to Ghana’s fiasco at the last World Cup. —-Sources at the Presidency tell Joy FM that the Commission’s report will be finally received next week, together with that of the Sole Commissioner’s report as well.This is three months after the commission finished work in December and a month after the commission last wrote to the Presidency, asking for time to get an audience with President Mahama to submit their report. Why was the Dzamefe Commission report delayed?Officially, because of the change of the Chief of Staff – that’s the official reason. However, political watchers say a more accurate response is due to a lack of political will.In my opinion, the President has not taken the commission seriously. Months after the commission started its work, I can tell you that the President had not even spoken to the lead commissioner, which is very abnormal.Also, sources say that months into commission’s work, basic things like per diems and other needs hadn’t been paid. This was really unfortunate.Why the President has not been proactive on the commission has been baffling, because it is not like anyone will be punished. Remember, the Commission of Inquiry was only an inquisitorial body, not prosecutorial or adversarial – it was not meant to punish anyone. This failure to receive the report on time has been a huge political opportunity missed, although the Presidency may not admit it. That’s because he could have taken the commission’s report at the start of the year and made a strong political statement with it. And also, why didn’t the President mention it in his State of the Nation’s address? That would have got him at least three points!But it’s clear he did not want to ruffle the Afcon 2015 campaign and after the team reached the final, it was again clear the Commission’s work was always going to be redundant, which is sad.Whoever advises the President on these sporting issues, I am strongly of the opinion that they got it wrong – again. It is true that for democracy to function properly, we need commissions to learn from our mistakes, but these are costly to the taxpayer and so if the Presidency wastes time in implementation, we have to ask questions about such waste of time. Not just time, but cost as well. A few sources at the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation say about 80,000 cedis went down the drain because of loss of advertising revenue. Imagine what such an amount could have done.Bottom line is this: the President failed to milk this great opportunity to tell Ghanaians that he is a man who finishes what he starts.–Gary is with the Joy Sports team and was speaking on the Super Morning Show with Nhyira Addo.