Had watched all his movies, just for the sake of him, and not one of those had ever disappointed me. One of my favourite movies ever is that of him, Dead Poets Society.
Even sadder that the man who taught Carpe Diem, if only through a movie, actually went out by killing himself.
#RIP oh captain, my captain.
Being honest enough to state that their legend, in #fergie, is just as responsible for the team handed down to him and its quality, rather than dump it all on Mr. Fall Guy #moyes, like most manu fans, is something you have to accept as a sign of great character. That's something manu is direly in need of, after years of glory hunting, in buying players without keeping an eye on future.
Also a lot of players who were sucking onto the team in hope of medals, without showing any worthiness in the last couple of years for them, has left the club, thereby making it easier to sign players on those positions without making it awkward for the club and all parties involved. Good thing for them coz LVG would have asked them to leave anyways.
Even if the team fails to succeed, which it won't, one cannot simply shrink manu off as a failure, rather a club undergoing the process of a team being made out of a lot of players.
Rafael and Luke Shaw would be glad to play in 3-4-3, but fellani and Herrera midfield will struggle with neither able to carry the ball through crowded midfields and depend upon wingbacks to get the ball forward. Mata would soon find himself unable to receive a ball against teams with good defensive midfielder. And there they'll fail coz while Shaw and Rafael can get the ball to the wings, they'll struggle to get the ball anywhere but close to posts and the AM would soon have to run incessantly with no significant impact on productivity. So cue departure of kagawa by next January. Again, once Carrick returns fellaini would be left out. And there, unless the ability Carrick showed two seasons back is shown instead of last season's poorer performance, the midfield will be totally dead.
And from there a good counter attacking team could snatch the ball for quick free goals. Then there's the spearhead, Rvp. Apart from that gravity denying header, he has been pretty much useless in the whole WC, if you ask me. The best football came when he was subbed out. And apart from taking cool headed penalties, which also means it's not the pressure that's the problem, Rvp is Rip. Obviously if anyone can undo what playing poor football for a year and injuries did to a Dutch player, it's gotta be LVG, so fingers crossed on that one.
Then there's the backup. Welbeck is not known for playing well in two consecutive games, and the way things are going, they're to gonna loose their best striker after Rooney, in chicharito by not giving him enough play time.
And above all, while it might look like manu has made early purchases, that's not the case. David Moyes had bid on Herrera, Luke Shaw, and Fabregas, last season. But thanks to upper cabinet members, Woodward among them, who obviously didn't try hard enough to get them, ManU got the players at very high prices and lost one of them to rival, in Chelsea getting Cesc. This directly resulted in the poor performance which is pointed to Moyes sadly despite what he has managed to do with the kind of squad he had.
By the time Van Gaal determine the squad and decide who to get, and actually get the players, it'd be too late to actually gel the team together, causing poor momentum in early games. Of course that wouldn't really be helped by having to fly around thousands of miles in preseason games, which are forced on them to keep the revenue they are loosing out by not playing in Europe.
So the result of poor decisions by behind the scene players like Woodward, they had whatever last season was. And now the symptom has been treated by firing and appointing managers, but the cause remains where they are.
By the time they figure it out and Woodward goes southwards, manu will be left with a few more sad memories to forget.
If anyone can keep the politics out and make sure the best team is out on the field, and not kept in bench, and make fast decisions in transfer market soon enough, it's LVG and then they just might have a good chance, to finish in top 4 and play in Europe atleast two seasons from now.
but the way things are, they're gonna win 7-0 or loose 7-0, which is pretty much the same as things were when SAF left it, 5-5 in West Brom in his last match.
#manu #lvg #rvp #saf #epl #soccer #chelsea
One of the most incredible speeches I've heard by Mr. Rogers, an entertainer who made videos for kids to see rather than cartoons. When the funding was about to be cut by the govt, he made this speech to the Senator.
You can sum it up by the Senator who mocked him initially, said after hearing him out.
"I'm supposed to be a pretty tough guy and I'm getting goosebumps for the first time in days ... looks like you just earned your $20 million."
This is the guy who made sure video recording TV with VCR was not made illegal, by saying if the kids could not watch the programs when they are aired, they could record it. And it was kept legal.
Such a great person #respect Mister Rogers defending PBS to the US Senate: http://youtu.be/yXEuEUQIP3Q
1. Those who matter will make an effort to stay in your life after graduation.
2. Know what you want to do in your life. Once you know, focus hard and follow your dreams.
3. Make a difference — volunteer!
4. Have enough respect for yourself to walk away from the bad ones and never chase after anyone.
5. Do not judge a book by its cover. Nobody’s perfect.
6. Family always comes first. Appreciate the moments you spend with them and remember to say “I love you.”
7. Think before you speak — everyone has feelings.
8. Keep smiling and realise how blessed you are for what you have.
9. Some lessons are learned best through pain. Learn from your mistakes but never forget them.
10. People will stare so make it worth their while.
11. Quality over quantity. A few best friends is much better than 100 acquaintances.
12. Explore and travel around while you are young.
13. You don’t HAVE to be in a relationship. Have fun and when the time comes, you’ll find someone.
14. Confidence makes you beautiful.
15. Read books and expand your mind.
16. Be a leader.
17. Work out and eat healthy now so you don’t have to worry about your weight in the future.
18. Learn how to say NO.
19. Keep yourself busy — knit, paint, cook, play a sport, read, etc…
20. Don’t be a slob. Dress nicely and keep your apartment/house tidy.
21. Be polite to everyone, even when they don’t deserve it.
22. Love your life.
Well, if you're gonna stick with Facebook, you gotta get used to it.
It's legal because you agreed with their terms of service, (that page which by now when you land on it, reflexively search for the tick button and click agree) which clearly lets them do pretty much whatever they wanna do. And considering that a good part of the world's middle and the entire upper class is there in Facebook, you should by now expect them to try the "control buttons". You know, all those things people wondered about, those at Facebook, which by now is reaching a point of stagnation in development, are so bored that they would try those on you.
Great! So not only is everything I'm doing in the net passively monitored, now I'm being actively controlled as well!
Of course we can't do much else now. Even if we try to scare Facebook by telling they're gonna quit, like back in 2010, they know we're not gonna follow through.
At best a few'll deactivate , but even they'll pop back into the Web of Control, when their ex-gfs change their profile pic.
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