Waterworks

24 Jun 19
News Directory

Over the past few months Jessica McDonald has made two separate routes this is really happening-now-right moments. The first came earlier this spring, as the 31-year-old mother and American professional soccer player sat in her North Carolina doctor's office for routine check-ups. The appointment was called by a telephone call. On the line? Jill Ellis, […]

24 Jun 19
RMN Networks

Manila, Philippines – Magsasagawa ng oversight hearing si dating Pangulong Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo hinggil sa nakaambang kakapusan sa tubig. Sa kanyang huling linggo bilang Speaker, humirit ng oversight committee hearing bukas si Speaker Arroyo kung saan inimbitahan nito ang mga opisyal ng Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage Systems (MWSS), National Water Resources Bureau (NWRB), Local Water Utilities […]

23 Jun 19
RMN Networks

Magsasagawa bukas (June 25) ang Kamara ng isang oversight meeting upang siyasatin ang kakulangan sa supply ng tubig sa Metro Manila at kalapit lugar. Si outgoing House Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo ay nagpatawag ng pagdinig matapos i-akyat ang usapin sa kanya ni Local Water Utilities Administration (LWUA) acting Administrator Jeci Lapus. Isa rin sa titingnan sa […]

23 Jun 19
The Sun
FERNANDO TORRES broke down in tears as he said an emotional goodbye to football – then named Steven Gerrard as his greatest team-mate. The Spaniard held a press conference today to explain why he is hanging up his boots. Fernando Torres said an emotional farewell to football and struggled to hold back the tears The Spaniard announced his retirement on Friday and held a press conference today Torres, 35, spent 18 years as a professional, winning the World Cup, two Euros, the Champions League, two Europa Leagues and the FA Cup in a stellar career. But out of all the fine players he lined up alongside for Atletico Madrid, Liverpool, Chelsea and of course Spain, he reckons Stevie G was the best of the lot, despite not winning any silverware with the now-Rangers boss. Fighting back the waterworks in Tokyo, El Nino said: “I always say the best player I played with is Steven Gerrard. “I found he was the player who completed my game. I think my level got into a different dimension when I was on the pitch with him. “It was an amazing three-and-a-half years playing alongside Steven and I would love to go back to those days – even for one minute.” Torres made the announcement of his retirement on Friday after two seasons with J League side Sagan Tosu. After breaking through at Atletico Madrid, he spent four years at Anfield and scored 81 goals in 142 games for the Reds. That earned him a £50million move to Chelsea in January 2011 but his form dipped and he managed just 20 Prem goals before leaving on loan 2014 and making the switch to AC Milan permanent in 2015. [bc_video video_id=”6050667840001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Fernando Torres confirms retirement aged 35 after stellar 18-year career at top”] After returning to Atleti, he enjoyed a final swansong in Japan and has amassed a fine 260 goals in 784 club appearances. Torres also won 110 caps for Spain and his 38 strikes are only bettered by David Villa and Raul. But recognising his level has dropped and considering a career in coaching, Torres addressed the media to explain his decision to retire. He added: “I’ve always wanted to be honest and to perform at the level I think I should. “And I think the time I will not be able to perform at the level I ask for myself is not far away and I don’t want to arrive at the time that I am going on the pitch and I’m not enjoying it. “I want to put an end before that happens. Knowing my body and listening to my body, I think especially mentally that time is not far away and I want to finish my career in a good way before that happens. “To say goodbye to football next to my dear friend Iniesta is something I could never imagine, and Japan is going to make it possible. “Also there will be my friend David Villa, with who I probably share the best moments in Spanish football history. Torres named Steven Gerrard as his best team-mate ahead of the likes of Andres Iniesta and David Villa Torres said he was does not feel he can perform at his peak level any more El Nino is walking away from the playing side of the game but has his eyes on coaching [article-rail-section title=”Most read in football” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] “So to say goodbye to football next to two very good friends – we share too many memories together – will be something great. “I tried to find an iconic moment to play my final game and I think that is the perfect timing. I don’t know if it will be coaching or managing. I will study both things. “I’m sure it will be something related to football because it’s been my life and it’s where I think I can offer more things.” His Japanese side Sagan Tosu thanked the striker for his services as he hangs up his boots The former Spain forward netted 38 goals for his country – only David Villa and Raul have more He lifted the World Cup in 2010 and also won the Champions League, Europa League and FA Cup
23 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
FERNANDO TORRES broke down in tears as he said an emotional goodbye to football – then named Steven Gerrard as his greatest team-mate. The Spaniard held a press conference today to explain why he is hanging up his boots. Fernando Torres said an emotional farewell to football and struggled to hold back the tears The Spaniard announced his retirement on Friday and held a press conference today Torres, 35, spent 18 years as a professional, winning the World Cup, two Euros, the Champions League, two Europa Leagues and the FA Cup in a stellar career. But out of all the fine players he lined up alongside for Atletico Madrid, Liverpool, Chelsea and of course Spain, he reckons Stevie G was the best of the lot, despite not winning any silverware with the now-Rangers boss. Fighting back the waterworks in Tokyo, El Nino said: “I always say the best player I played with is Steven Gerrard. “I found he was the player who completed my game. I think my level got into a different dimension when I was on the pitch with him. “It was an amazing three-and-a-half years playing alongside Steven and I would love to go back to those days – even for one minute.” Torres made the announcement of his retirement on Friday after two seasons with J League side Sagan Tosu. After breaking through at Atletico Madrid, he spent four years at Anfield and scored 81 goals in 142 games for the Reds. That earned him a £50million move to Chelsea in January 2011 but his form dipped and he managed just 20 Prem goals before leaving on loan 2014 and making the switch to AC Milan permanent in 2015. [bc_video video_id=”6050667840001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Fernando Torres confirms retirement aged 35 after stellar 18-year career at top”] After returning to Atleti, he enjoyed a final swansong in Japan and has amassed a fine 260 goals in 784 club appearances. Torres also won 110 caps for Spain and his 38 strikes are only bettered by David Villa and Raul. But recognising his level has dropped and considering a career in coaching, Torres addressed the media to explain his decision to retire. He added: “I’ve always wanted to be honest and to perform at the level I think I should. “And I think the time I will not be able to perform at the level I ask for myself is not far away and I don’t want to arrive at the time that I am going on the pitch and I’m not enjoying it. “I want to put an end before that happens. Knowing my body and listening to my body, I think especially mentally that time is not far away and I want to finish my career in a good way before that happens. “To say goodbye to football next to my dear friend Iniesta is something I could never imagine, and Japan is going to make it possible. “Also there will be my friend David Villa, with who I probably share the best moments in Spanish football history. Torres named Steven Gerrard as his best team-mate ahead of the likes of Andres Iniesta and David Villa Torres said he was does not feel he can perform at his peak level any more El Nino is walking away from the playing side of the game but has his eyes on coaching [article-rail-section title=”Most read in football” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] “So to say goodbye to football next to two very good friends – we share too many memories together – will be something great. “I tried to find an iconic moment to play my final game and I think that is the perfect timing. I don’t know if it will be coaching or managing. I will study both things. “I’m sure it will be something related to football because it’s been my life and it’s where I think I can offer more things.” His Japanese side Sagan Tosu thanked the striker for his services as he hangs up his boots The former Spain forward netted 38 goals for his country – only David Villa and Raul have more He lifted the World Cup in 2010 and also won the Champions League, Europa League and FA Cup
23 Jun 19
The Irish Sun
FERNANDO TORRES broke down in tears as he said an emotional goodbye to football – then named Steven Gerrard as his greatest team-mate. The Spaniard held a press conference today to explain why he is hanging up his boots. Fernando Torres said an emotional farewell to football and struggled to hold back the tears The Spaniard announced his retirement on Friday and held a press conference today Torres, 35, spent 18 years as a professional, winning the World Cup, two Euros, the Champions League, two Europa Leagues and the FA Cup in a stellar career. But out of all the fine players he lined up alongside for Atletico Madrid, Liverpool, Chelsea and of course Spain, he reckons Stevie G was the best of the lot, despite not winning any silverware with the now-Rangers boss. Fighting back the waterworks in Tokyo, El Nino said: “I always say the best player I played with is Steven Gerrard. “I found he was the player who completed my game. I think my level got into a different dimension when I was on the pitch with him. “It was an amazing three-and-a-half years playing alongside Steven and I would love to go back to those days – even for one minute.” Torres made the announcement of his retirement on Friday after two seasons with J League side Sagan Tosu. After breaking through at Atletico Madrid, he spent four years at Anfield and scored 81 goals in 142 games for the Reds. That earned him a £50million move to Chelsea in January 2011 but his form dipped and he managed just 20 Prem goals before leaving on loan 2014 and making the switch to AC Milan permanent in 2015. [bc_video video_id=”6050667840001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Fernando Torres confirms retirement aged 35 after stellar 18-year career at top”] After returning to Atleti, he enjoyed a final swansong in Japan and has amassed a fine 260 goals in 784 club appearances. Torres also won 110 caps for Spain and his 38 strikes are only bettered by David Villa and Raul. But recognising his level has dropped and considering a career in coaching, Torres addressed the media to explain his decision to retire. He added: “I’ve always wanted to be honest and to perform at the level I think I should. “And I think the time I will not be able to perform at the level I ask for myself is not far away and I don’t want to arrive at the time that I am going on the pitch and I’m not enjoying it. “I want to put an end before that happens. Knowing my body and listening to my body, I think especially mentally that time is not far away and I want to finish my career in a good way before that happens. “To say goodbye to football next to my dear friend Iniesta is something I could never imagine, and Japan is going to make it possible. “Also there will be my friend David Villa, with who I probably share the best moments in Spanish football history. Torres named Steven Gerrard as his best team-mate ahead of the likes of Andres Iniesta and David Villa Torres said he was does not feel he can perform at his peak level any more El Nino is walking away from the playing side of the game but has his eyes on coaching [article-rail-section title=”Most read in football” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] “So to say goodbye to football next to two very good friends – we share too many memories together – will be something great. “I tried to find an iconic moment to play my final game and I think that is the perfect timing. I don’t know if it will be coaching or managing. I will study both things. “I’m sure it will be something related to football because it’s been my life and it’s where I think I can offer more things.” His Japanese side Sagan Tosu thanked the striker for his services as he hangs up his boots The former Spain forward netted 38 goals for his country – only David Villa and Raul have more He lifted the World Cup in 2010 and also won the Champions League, Europa League and FA Cup
23 Jun 19
Just For Tits and Giggles: Where Do All the Nipples Go?

So…. I have cancer. No matter how many times I have said that over and over in my head I just can’t wrap my mind around it. I don’t want to sound cliche and say “I feel like I’m dreaming” because it wasn’t like that at all. It was more like getting in trouble as […]

23 Jun 19
Use Health News

In the past couple of months, Jessica McDonald has been rocked by two separate is-this-really-happening-right-now moments. The first came earlier this spring, as the 31-year-old mother and professional American soccer player sat in her North Carolina doctor’s office for a routine check-up. A phone call interrupted the appointment. On the line? Jill Ellis, head coach […]

23 Jun 19
Anya Reviews

Hello Everyone! This time I am going to be talking about my experiences going to K-Pop Concerts. I haven’t been to as many as some people because I live in America and money is tight. However, I have been to see my favorite artists in concert and I wanna share the experience with people who […]

22 Jun 19
Edith's STORIES

Today I attended the short guided walk on National Indigenous People’s Day. At 12:00, students in different classes from Columbia College gathered at main campus. Then, Faith led us along the street and told us the history of this area. In the past, the neighborhood around Columbia College was nonexistent, because it’s on the water. […]

22 Jun 19
Sparrow's Ramblings

Today I’m attending a celebration of life for someone I’ve never met. The Flirt asked me to go come along today, to a memorial of sorts, for a family friend. The odd thing, and I guess it really it isn’t so odd for North Dakota, is that it is being held in a local bar. […]

22 Jun 19
Laura Grace Weldon

A magic circle is a playspace co-created by the participants, where they suspend their disbelief and behave as if they inhabit another world. Math circles are magic circles. The maker goal: learn to pop up constructive, emotionally secure, creative spaces wherever we go.

22 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

Fiona Gosling's son Cameron died after jumping into the cold water on a hot summer's day in Bishop Auckland, County Durham. Almost four years after the loss of the 14-year-old, Ms. Gosling wants to warn other children of the dangers of a "cold water shock." It will never happen to me – something I've said […]

22 Jun 19
Mental Health @ Home

Here’s what happened in my life over the past week: I’m no longer doing blog award posts, but  I wanted to say a huge thank you to Crystal of Maybe Crazy Help for nominating me for the Blogger Recognition Award and Mathew of Blog of the Wolf Boy for nominating me for the Versatile Blogger […]

22 Jun 19
ChiaRoseKuro Writes

AO3 Link: click me Fandom: Boku no Hero Academia Rating: Mature (subject to change in the future) Pairing(s): BakuTodo Genre(s): Romantic Comedy/Humour/Angst Additional Notes: Quirkless Idol!AU; Bakugou Katsuki-centric This time, when Katsuki’s lacing up his shoes and adjusting his mask over his face, there’s a blinding smile and spiky red hair waiting for him at […]

22 Jun 19
Daily Republic

BETHANY BEACH, Del. — When Cindy Tippett told the designer for her new family beach house that she wanted to use a lot of blues, she didn’t know how deep a dive it would be. “Blues just speak to me,” Cindy says. “It’s always been my favorite color.” Blue is in every room of the […]