Group A: Ajax, CELTIC, Fenerbahce, Molde
Group B: Rubin Kazan, LIVERPOOL, Bordeaux, FC Sion
Group J: SPUDS, Anderlecht, Monaco, Qarabag
Really should get through this with little problem. From the link:
Rubin Kazan: Finished fifth in the Russian Premier League last season. They started this season's competition in the qualifying rounds, defeating Sturm Graz of Austria and FK Rabotnicki of Macedonia to reach the group stage. The distance from Liverpool to Kazan is 2,500 miles.
Bordeaux: Uefa Cup runners-up in 1995-96, Bordeaux finished sixth in France's top-flight last season. Manager Willy Sagnol, 38, won the Champions League with Bayern Munich as a defender.
FC Sion: Last season's Swiss Cup winners. Manager Didier Tholot had a loan spell at Walsall as a player in 1998.
17 Sep: Bordeaux (A)
5 Nov: Rubin Kazan (A)
1 Oct: Sion (H)
26 Nov: Bordeaux (H)
22 Oct: Rubin Kazan (H)
10 Dec: Sion (A)
Never heard of Star Trek: Axanar before, but watch the 'Prelude to Axanar' video - that is some really impressive stuff!
Good/great actors too.
A really interesting read.
Not after terrorists firebombed a West Bank Palestinian home, annihilating a family, murdering an 18-month-old boy and his father, burning his mother over 90 percent of her body - only to have Israel's government rule the family ineligible for the financial support and compensation automatically granted Israeli victims of terrorism, settlers included.
I can't pretend anymore. Not after Israel's Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked, explicitly declaring stone-throwing to be terrorism, drove the passage of a bill holding stone-throwers liable to up to 20 years in prison.
The law did not specify that it targeted only Palestinian stone-throwers. It didn't have to."
#palestine #israel #gaza #apartheid
For those who are not aware, this has finally released on YouTube. Only watched about 10 minutes so far and it's a mix of good and bad. Thinking of it as like a pilot for a series; looking forward to watching it all... it really does make me miss Star Trek on the small screen.
Well, this is another surprise - do we really need another attacking midfielder?
Let us know your thoughts below.
Unfortunately I missed the match but listened to a large portion of it. My summary as posted in the live-match Event: "Poor performances but 6 points, 2 clean sheets, and a goal for Benteke"
Arsenal next; another poor showing and we'll get found out very easily. Surely time for Can to start? Also, what is going on with Sakho? He should be first XI in my books yet he failed to even make the subs bench. Worrying. We'll need the defence in top form next week, and Miggy needs to find his confidence as he seems to be uncertain about coming or not for set pieces...
Here is my comment reproduced below (feel free to upvote it in the article itself!):
"We're meant to accept all of this because we earn £50k a year."
Do you have any idea how few people earn anything like that amount? You also must know that £50k is only the STARTING salary and it goes even higher - you must be on a much higher sum yourself. I wonder why you put the lowest figure you could. Even then, you must know that this is MORE THAN DOUBLE the starting salary for a soldier, firefighter, nurse, teacher or policeman. But why mention some context in your little one-sided rant.
"But we earn that because that's the going rate for our job."
And why is it the "going rate"? Because of the complexities of the job, and the years of study and degrees you need? Or maybe because you hold the public and government to ransom, grinding the London economy to a halt until you get what you want?
"That's just what we get. We get no extra money for weekends, starting extremely late or early, or working on bank holidays (with the one exception of Boxing Day)."
Only one Boxing Day off all year... that does seem harsh... but wait, did you neglect to mention the 43 (FORTY THREE) days annual leave that you get? Woopsies; I'm sure omitting that fact wouldn't have made your argument any less powerful.
"Why is it when people moan about athletes, bankers or movie stars earning too much, they're told to stop being jealous, yet when a unionised work force receive a decent pay that they've fought for they're labelled greedy?"
Because athletes or movie stars going on strike for their own selfish reasons does not adversely affect the public. Good on the unions for looking after their members but don't make it out that the package you or on is in any way representative of what train drivers contribute to society as part of the public workforce.
And to address the so-called overworking issues you mention: Why is it that the Tube isn't modernised to introduce efficiency to ease the workload? Because you won't allow it. Why aren't there more drivers to help? Because salaries are crazy, and even then train drivers are only trained from within the unions themselves so the public can't get that job - a nice little arrangement you have going there.
You hold the public to ransom demanding more pay and less hours, and then you complain when the lack of modernisation you are against results in increased work for yourselves. This article's omission of key facts to make the driver's side of the 'story' more sympathetic is pitiful.
- University of SouthamptonPhysiology and Pharmacology Bsc (Hons)
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