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An Everyman’s Guide To Moving To A New City

14Nov

Congratulations! You got the job offer you’ve been working toward since you graduated college. There’s just one hitch ― you live in Brooklyn, and they’re in Chicago. Looks like you’ll need to plan a big move, stat

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I did not expect Donald Trump to be elected president and, like most people, I was surprised when he won. On January 20th he becomes our head of government and head of state; the president is both prime minister and king.

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LONDON (Reuters) – He turned “You’re fired” into his reality show catch-phrase, but it was Donald Trump who went up in flames on Saturday – or at least an effigy of him did, as part of Britain’s annual Bonfire Night celebrations.

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By Nancy and James Chuda founders of LuxEcoLiving and Healthy Child Healthy World Journey with us to South Africa the home and heritage of Nelson Mandela. The Saxon Villa and Spa is one of the most beautiful hotels in the world.

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By James M. Dorsey Faced with a drop in popularity, intermittent protests against rising prices, and calls for a mass anti-government demonstration, Egyptian general-turned-president Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, is seeking to appease the country’s youth, soccer fans and activists with promises of change

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High school athletes are reminding the world that sexual assault is most definitely not  “ locker room banter .”  In a photo shared to Facebook on October 13 , six male athletes stand in a locker room sporting shirts that read “Wild Feminist.” The young men pictured in the photo are basketball, football, soccer and cross country athletes from Centennial High School in Gresham, Oregon. The photo was shot in the high school’s locker room in response to Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s recently leaked 2005 comments about women . The  hot mic video  featured Trump bragging that he “ just kisses ” women without their consent, and “ grabs them by the pussy ” because “ you can do anything ” to women when you’re famous

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By James M Dorsey The soccer soft power contrast between Qatar and Iceland speaks volumes. A comparison of the strategies of both countries demonstrates that it takes more than money to leverage soccer to create political, geopolitical and economic opportunity. Money and world soccer body FIFA’s desire to take one of the world’s foremost sporting events beyond Europe and the Americas helped Qatar win the right to host the 2022 World Cup.

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California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) on Thursday signed a bill into law scaling back a controversial practice that allows police in the state to permanently seize people’s cash and property without obtaining a conviction or even charging someone with a crime.

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It has been over a week now since Colin Kaepernick sat during the playing of the National Anthem prior to an NFL Exhibition game. He was protesting discrimination against African Americans and police brutality in the United States. These issues have been in the forefront of public discussion since the shooting of Michael Brown just over two years ago

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China Expedites Economic Transition

01Sep

China was criticized last year when it unexpectedly set the renminbi exchange rate 3% lower overnight against the dollar. The move triggered fears about the Chinese economy and extraordinary volatility in global financial markets. But Beijing didn’t devalue for no reason

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Team U.S.A.’s Phillip Dutton, 52, won the bronze medal in the men’s individual equestrian eventing Tuesday in his sixth Olympic appearance, reported NBC. This was the third time Dutton made the U.S

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A word of advice ― before you report a crime to the police, make sure you aren’t implicating yourself. Unless you’re 90-year-old Nicholas Salerno

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Why Trump Is Afraid Of Debates Now

02Ago

Donald Trump accused Hillary Clinton of trying to “rig the debates” by scheduling them against football games. Not only do the facts reject this argument, but Trump ignores his own double- standard, as he pulled the plug on several debates with Republican opponents in 2016

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This Post originally appeared on the blog ScreenCraft . ScreenCraft is dedicated to helping screenwriters and filmmakers succeed through educational events, screenwriting competitions and the annual ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship program , connecting screenwriters with agents, managers and Hollywood producers. Follow ScreenCraft on Twitter , Facebook , and YouTube

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Susan F. Axelrod is Executive Vice President of Regulatory Operations at FINRA . In this capacity she oversees Enforcement, the Office of Fraud Detection and Market Intelligence, and Member Regulation.

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A train carrying crude oil derailed Friday at the scenic Columbia River Gorge, spilling oil on the Oregon side of the river, which separates that state from Washington. At least one of the tanker cars burst into flames. The derailment affected 11 cars of the 96-car train, Union Pacific spokesman Aaron Hunt said .

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As a teacher and as a citizen I am worried, but I do not feel powerless.

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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A 3-month-old baby was shot in the face and died on Tuesday when gunfire erupted on a Los Angeles street, law enforcement officials said.

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Tom Brady pic.twitter.com/NCshn5nFx2 — ⓂarcusD (@_MarcusD_) February 7, 2016 So, uh, how are NFL fans feeling about Tom Brady these days?

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A man from Tennessee who has the words “psycho” tattooed on his forehead and “nazi” inked on his throat is accused of stabbing another man in the stomach.

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Theater: Almost "Paradise;" Awkward "Affair"

01Feb

THE GRAND PARADISE *** out of **** OUR MOTHER’S BRIEF AFFAIR * 1/2 out of **** THE GRAND PARADISE *** out of **** THE GRAND PARADISE IN BROOKLYN Great art is usually immersive. If I open a novel by Charles Dickens, I can soon forget my surroundings entirely. A transporting album like Pink Moon by Nick Drake creates its own dusky, late night reality

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Is Under Armour Copying Nike’s Playbook?

31Ene

Under Armour just announced earnings that were better than expected. This caused their stock to jump 15.49% at the closing bell on Thursday

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This incredible haka dance might’ve left the bride in tears, but it’s so powerful, we’re certain you’ll feel emotional too.  A viral video shared on Vimeo shows a haka dance , a traditional war dance from the New Zealand indigenous people, the Māori, being performed at Benjamin and Aaliyah Armstrong’s wedding last weekend. The performance, which was done as a surprise by the groomsmen as well as guests, made Aaliyah emotional and eventually moved the entire room.  B&A HAKA from Westone Productions on Vimeo .

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Why You Should Care About the Australian Open

18Ene

The Australian Open is one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world. It’s ok, you’ve probably watched as many Aussie Open tennis matches as you have Home Alone movies without Macaulay Culkin. Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

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A gruesome discovery briefly shut down a commuter train station in Berkeley, California, on Monday.  At about 3 a.m.,  BART workers found a severed human foot on the train tracks. It’s believed the foot had been there for more than three weeks, and belonged to a woman who was struck by a train on Dec. 20

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MEXICO CITY (AP) — Recaptured drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s secret interview with U.S. actor Sean Penn helped authorities locate his whereabouts, a Mexican law enforcement official said late Saturday.

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Slicked-back hair is a trend that we usually see during the summer, as it’s an easy look to achieve after taking a dip in the pool.

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A Texas man was wearing an anti-drugs campaign T-shirt when he was arrested last weekend for alleged possession of methamphetamine. In his booking photograph, Adrian Harold Pounders wore a top that read “DontMethWithMe.org.”  The web address he proudly promoted on his chest ironically links to an anti-meth drive that warns Texans about the dangers of the highly addictive drug.   Pounders, 47, was detained when cops raided his home in Crockett on Sunday

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ATLANTA (AP) — A 2-year-old and his father died Wednesday night after the man shot the boy and then himself at the end of an 18-hour standoff in Atlanta’s northeastern suburbs, police said. Thy Ho, 43, and son Philip Nguyen were each found with a gunshot wound when authorities entered the master bedroom of the Buford home after hearing gunfire about 4:40 p.m. Wednesday, Gwinnett County police Cpl

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Theater: "Hir" Here; Troubled "Thérèse"

09Nov

HIR ** out of **** THÉRÈSE RAQUIN * out of **** HIR ** out of **** PLAYWRIGHTS HORIZON A polemic instead of a play, Hir is blessed with talented and committed actors who mine the text of playwright Taylor Mac for the humorous and complicated and real emotions that are buried underneath speeches and spectacle like I.E.D.s of life, little explosions of genuine drama illuminating what is all too often just a disconnected series of ideas.

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XL: Obama Takes the Fall for Hillary

07Nov

Yesterday, in a nationally televised announcement, President Obama rejected Transcanada’s application for the Keystone XL Pipeline , which would have extended the existing Keystone system across the Canadian border in order to transport bitumen (a hydrocarbon product derived by a heat process) south from the oil sands of Alberta to refining capacity on the US Gulf Coast. The rejection revealed not only the gigantic chasm between environmentalists and industry, it also laid bare the ugly side of American politics where common sense often dies a slow, painful death. To begin, let’s look at some data

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16 Signs You’re The Youngest Child

06Nov

Younger siblings are part of a very special pack. The youngest child never knew a world in which he or she was the only child. They’re used to sharing their space with other people, not always coming first and being the butt of a joke.

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After two seemingly-endless Republican debates, this week the Democratic candidates for president finally got their turn to face off against each other on national television. While the audience was smaller (since Donald Trump was not on stage), it was still a lot bigger than most political debates in the past — over 15 million people watched on CNN, and a further million livestreamed it.

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FOOL FOR LOVE ** 1/2 out of **** BARBECUE ** 1/2 out of **** OLD TIMES ** out of **** FOOL FOR LOVE ** 1/2 out of **** MANHATTAN THEATRE CLUB AT SAMUEL J. FRIEDMAN THEATRE I’ve spent my entire adult life watching the stock of playwright Sam Shepard fall.

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Mirroring her innovative product, elemoon’s Jing Zhou is equal parts style, tech-savvy, and business smarts. She’s been making the rounds at award shows, displaying her wares at fashion-forward retailers like Santa Monica’s Ron Robinson, and in fashion capitals throughout the world, dressed in trendy designs and sporting a pinkish red streak in her shoulder-length hair. Jing Zhou’s smart jewelry line is a hit with trendsetters, from preteens to Hollywood’s best-dressed.

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I traveled to Europe as a 2-year-old and again as a teenager. What remains from these trips are faint memories, and photos of places I can no longer name. I grew into an adult who scoffed at the idea of international travel with children, chalking it up to a waste of money, time, and expectations on those undeveloped minds

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Dress code conflicts announced the beginning of the school year with a bang.  Usually, I’d provide an example, but it makes more sense to talk about the Missouri Legislature, where a few weeks ago, a dress code for interns was proposed, to much dismay and no small amount of ridicule . “Removing one more distraction will help everyone keep their focus on legislative matters,” explained GOP State Rep. Nick King, in an email about this proposal.

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The Powerful Allure of Sports

23Ago

Ultimately, the best part about sports has nothing to do with championships, awards, win-loss records, or outstanding statistical performances. Those things are all ego-based. The best part about sports is the strong relationships that are formed – often for life

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. (RNS) At Alfred Street Baptist Church , the pews start to fill more than half an hour before the service begins.

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When I think of summer destination spots, Cleveland is not usually high on my list.

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Shattered cellphones. Fireworks accidents

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By James M. Dorsey 2022 is promising to be the year of mega sporting events that potentially fly in the face of values professed by international sporting events and defy logic

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NEW YORK — New York City may divest hundreds of millions of dollars from Walmart and other big-name stores that sell guns and ammunition less than two years after it yanked investments in the country’s biggest gun manufacturers.  Trustees for the New York City Employees Retirement System , or NYCERS, one of the largest U.S. pension funds with more than 300,000 active members, passed a resolution this week to study the impact of selling its shares in major gun retailers, including Walmart, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and Cabela’s.  “Our nation is bleeding from gun violence, and we cannot and should not bolster the gun retailers whose weapons are used to kill and maim our citizens,” Public Advocate Letitia James, who introduced the resolution, said in a statement.   “Our public money must not be invested in companies that fundamentally undermine our public safety,” James continued.

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The staggering unemployment and poverty rates among people with disabilities is a reminder of how much work still needs to be done to protect this underserved demographic.

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Draw a picture of a time you’ve witnessed discrimination. Walk across this line if you agree with the ideals of feminism

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A splash of color is empowering women in Costa Rica. In the developing Central American country, many women living in rural poverty struggle to make a living, which was why telecommunications firm Claro decided to step in

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President Barack Obama was seen sporting a new smartwatch on Saturday while attending his niece’s NCAA game between Princeton and Green Bay . Obama wore a “Fitbit-style smartwatch” that the Daily Mail identified earlier this week as the Fitbit Surge, according to a White House pool report. The device tells time, measures heart rate, can function as a calorie counter and has GPS capability, according to Daily Mail

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(Updates with number of train cars on fire) Feb 4 (Reuters) – Eleven railway cars carrying ethanol fuel derailed on Wednesday in a remote location north of Dubuque, Iowa, and three of them caught on fire, Canadian Pacific (CP) railway said. There were no injuries in the accident involving an eastbound 81-car freight train, said Jeremy Berry, spokesman for the railway

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After a grueling three-day trip from San Diego to Detroit, Laurin Crosson was struck by the lights, glitter and banners, which festooned the city for Super Bowl XL in 2006. But those fleeting images from the window of her pimp’s Escalade was the only glimpse she’d get of the mega sporting event. “The whole town was lit up,” Crosson, now 48, told The Huffington Post

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The 2015 SAG Awards red carpet was filled with stunning looks, but Viola Davis is a contender for best beauty of the night. Dressed in a custom white Max Mara gown, Davis looked like a goddess with her fabulous Afro and smoldering eye makeup

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Black and brown mascaras typically fill our makeup bags, but that will no longer be the case after seeing Camilla Belle ‘s purple-tinged eyelashes. The 28-year-old actress attended The Art Of Elysium’s 8th Annual Heaven Gala sporting the coolest colored eyelashes . Her hazel eyes appear brighter thanks to the subtle strokes of purple falsies attached to her outer lashes

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Olivia Munn has officially put our dry, ashy faces to shame.

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BAMAKO, Jan 4 (Reuters) – At least six United Nations peacekeepers were wounded when their vehicle hit a roadside bomb in northern Mali on Sunday, the U.N. mission in Mali said. Northern Mali remains highly volatile two years after France led a U.N.-backed intervention to drive al Qaeda-linked militants from towns they seized in 2012.

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Amazon hit a new record for its same-day deliveries this holiday season, with 10 times as many items shipped as last year, the company announced in a Friday press release .

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Ever since we saw Diane Keaton sporting them in Annie Hall , we’ve been intrigued by menswear-inspired trousers. Now, they’ve made a comeback in a big way, and while we’ve been eyeing them on the racks, we can’t seem to let go of the slim-cut silhouette that we know and love. In an effort to help you make the leap and ensure that your style IQ is in tip-top shape, we’ve partnered with Suave to bring you nine different ways to wear this fashion item of the moment

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Jessika Méndez | MEDIOTIEMPO (Corresponsal) Monterrey, Nuevo León, México, miércoles 19 de Noviembre del 2014 En el Apertura 2013, el argentino de León se quedó a un gol del título Sanvezzo trata de redondear una campaña muy regular en lo individual Dorlan Pabón no jugará la Jornada 17 por suspensión A sólo una fecha de cumplirse la Fase Regular del Apertura 2014, el título de goleo se divide en tres, al tener empatados con 11 dianas a Mauro Boselli, Camilo Da Silva Sanvezzo y Dorlan Pabón; aunque los primeros dos delanteros, tienen la mesa puesta para quedarse con la corona.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Santiago, Chile, martes 18 de Noviembre del 2014 A base de oficio y experiencia, los charrúas inclinaron el partido a su favor Uruguay derrotó este martes a Chile en Santiago por 1-2 en un amistoso muy igualado que el conjunto charrúa desequilibró a su favor a base de oficio y experiencia. La Roja dominó la primera parte pero se fundió en la segunda mitad, cuando los “celestes” impusieron su estilo de juego con Diego Godín de mariscal de campo. Alexis Sánchez adelantó a los locales en el primer tiempo pero Diego Rolán devolvió el golpe antes del descanso.

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Jonathan Collazo | MEDIOTIEMPO (Enviado) Boca del Río, Veracruz, martes 18 de Noviembre del 2014 Erick Torres se apuntó un doblete; el primer lo hizo con la mano Ángel Saldivar, Jonathan Espericueta y Hedgardo Marín completaron la pizarra Cuatro pelotas paradas y una mano sacaron a flote a la Selección Mexicana en su debut dentro de los Juegos Centroamericanos 2014. El Tri supo suplir las carencias futbolísticas y superar el estilo bravo del conjunto de Honduras con un balones detenidos, que al final se tradujeron en una goleada 5-2 y en sus primeros tres puntos del torneo

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Dublín, Irlanda, martes 18 de Noviembre del 2014 El equipo estadounidense no ha tenido buenos resultados recientemente La Selección Irlandesa derrotó este martes con claridad 4-1 a Estados Unidos en Dublín en un encuentro amistoso y se quitó el mal sabor de boca que dejó la derrota del pasado viernes ante Escocia en el partido de clasificación para la Eurocopa 2016. Un doblete de Robbie Brady y goles de Anthony Pilkington y James McClean dieron la victoria a los locales, que pagaron en el primer acto su exceso de respeto hacia Estados Unidos, dejándose empatar con un tanto de Mikkel Diskerud

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Múnich, Alemania, martes 18 de Noviembre del 2014 La fractura del alemán sucedió durante el entrenamiento del Bayern Munich  El jugador del Bayern Munich, Philipp Lahm, estará tres meses de baja y deberá pasar por el quirófano tras fracturarse el tobillo derecho este martes en un entrenamiento, informó el club. El conjunto bávaro dio cuenta a través de su cuenta en la red social Twitter de los detalles de la lesión del ex capitán de la selección alemana, que ya había avanzado anteriormente. “Gran decepción para Philipp Lahm: el capitán ha sufrido una fractura de tobillo.

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Alejandro Martínez | MEDIOTIEMPO (Corresponsal) Monterrey, Nuevo León, México, martes 18 de Noviembre del 2014 Por suspensión, Pabón no podrá ver acción ante Pumas A razón de una lesión y otra suspensión, Monterrey no podrá llegar a su partido de la última fecha del Apertura 2014 con plantel completo. El lesionado es Severo Meza, quien en la fecha anterior se golpeó en el hombro, el reporte médico dictó que su recuperación será en lapso de una semana. “Severo tuvo una luxación acromio-clavicular de segundo grado del lado derecho, su evolución desde el sábado hasta hoy ha sido muy favorable, se espera que esté en condiciones de participar en el partido de Cuartos de Final”, informó Everaldo Váldez, gerente de medios del club

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Manchester, Inglaterra, martes 18 de Noviembre del 2014 ‘El futbol da muchas vueltas’, aseveró Lionel Messi ratificó su intención original de completar toda su vida deportiva en Barcelona, aunque expresó que el futbol “da muchas vueltas” y “a veces no todo se da como uno quiere”. “Si bien dije siempre que me gustaría quedarme siempre en el Barcelona, a lo mejor a veces no todo se da como uno quiere”, sentenció el referente culé de 27 años en una entrevista al Diario Olé.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Shanghai, China, martes 18 de Noviembre del 2014 El sueco dirigía al Guangzhou, también en China El entrenador de futbol sueco Sven-Göran Eriksson, que esta temporada había dirigido en China al Guangzhou R&F (de Cantón, sureste), estará al frente en 2015 del renovado equipo revelación del país de este año, el Shanghai SIPG, que acabó quinto, con el defensa español Ibán Cuadrado en sus filas. Así lo anunció el equipo oriental, uno de los tres de la capital económica de China (junto al Shanghai Shenhua, uno de los tradicionales grandes del fútbol del país, y el Shanghai Shenxin), que hasta esta temporada había entrenado con un estilo a imagen y semejanza de su fundador, el exseleccionador chino Xu Genbao. Aunque no se han revelado los detalles del contrato, sí se estima que debe de ser uno de los banquillos mejor pagados para un entrenador en todo el mundo, según señala hoy el propio portal oficial de la FIFA.

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Jonathan Collazo | MEDIOTIEMPO (Enviado) Estadio Luis, lunes 17 de Noviembre del 2014 Destacó la entrega y el carácter de sus jugadoras Aceptó que les ganó la ansiedad en varios lapsos del juego Leonardo Cuéllar tuvo 93 minutos angustiantes durante el empate que arañó la Selección Femenil en su debut en los Juegos Centroamericanos. Y a pesar de que salieron con un punto, el estratega nacional no quedó tranquilo con el funcionamiento de su equipo, pues consideró que no llevaron a la cancha lo que practicaron durante la semana. “Creo que nos gana la ansiedad, perdemos el orden, no salimos de lo que planeamos”, dijo el estratega luego del juego ante la Selección de Colombia, del cual rescató la entrega y el carácter que pusieron sus jugadoras para no dejar de pelar hasta el silbatazo final

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Jonathan Collazo | MEDIOTIEMPO (Enviado) Estadio Luis ‘Pirata’ Fuente, lunes 17 de Noviembre del 2014 La delantera mexicana dijo que para el siguiente duelo deben de tener más paciencia y control del balón Si bien el empate en su debut en los Juegos Centroamericanos dejó un sabor amargo en las jugadoras del Tri Femenil, también dejó un sentimiento de victoria en el plantel nacional. La autora del gol con el que México sacó un punto está noche ante Colombia, Charlyn Corral, consideró que pese a que no fue el mejor resultado, la igualada aún les permite aspirar al primer lugar del grupo. “Se saca un empate con sabor a victoria porque sabíamos que no se podía perder, nosotros al medio tiempo sabíamos eso porque es el primer juego y depende varias cosas dependen mucho de esto”.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Manchester, Inglaterra, lunes 17 de Noviembre del 2014 Estos ‘astros’ chocarán en la cancha de Old Trafford El seleccionador portugués de futbol, Fernando Santos, afirmó este lunes que Cristiano Ronaldo y el argentino Leo Messi, que se enfrentarán este martes con sus selecciones en un amistoso en Manchester, “son dos genios”. “Para el premio del Balón de Oro voté a Cristiano Ronaldo porque pienso que fue el mejor en la pasada temporada, pero hay que tener en consideración a Messi. Son dos genios”, afirmó el técnico, que como todos los seleccionadores de los países afiliados a la FIFA, participa en la elección.

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Juan Martín Montes | MEDIOTIEMPO (Enviado) Borisov, Bielorrusia, lunes 17 de Noviembre del 2014 La Selección reconoció la cancha del espectacular Borisov Arena, nuevamente a cero grados Su intención este martes no será observar a los seleccionados de la Liga local sino que ellos sean vistos por el mundo. El entrenador Miguel Herrera aseguró que partidos como éste en Bielorrusia son los idóneos para fomentar la salida de más elementos a Europa.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Santiago de Chile, domingo 16 de Noviembre del 2014 La justa tendrá lugar entre el 11 de junio y 4 de julio El balón oficial de la Copa América 2015, denominado “Cachaña”, fue presentando en el capitalino Estadio Nacional para la justa futbolística que se realizará en Chile entre el 11 de junio y el 4 de julio de 2015. “Cachaña”, como fue bautizado el esférico y será protagonista del principal torneo continental de selecciones, es un nombre que en la jerga deportiva local hace alusión a los amagues y enganches que realizan los futbolistas en la cancha. El diccionario de la Real Academia Española (RAE) incluye en su última edición la palabra “cachaña”, que define como un localismo chileno que significa “regate”, vale decir, “finta que en el futbol hace el jugador para no dejarse arrebatar el balón”.

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Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, domingo 16 de Noviembre del 2014 El equipo de Tepic, logró imponerse en Tamaulipas en el juego de Ida de las Semis Como si no hubieran pasado tres semanas desde que dejó de competir en la Liga, Coras de Tepic empezó con el pie derecho su participación en la Liguilla del Ascenso MX. El equipo nayarita, líder de la competencia con 27 puntos, ganó 2-1 al equipo de Altamira de Tamaulipas en juego de Ida de la Semifinal de Ascenso.

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Jessika Méndez | MEDIOTIEMPO (Corresponsal) Monterrey, Nuevo León, domingo 16 de Noviembre del 2014 Dijo que le gustaría vestirse nuevamente de Rayado pero hasta después del Clausura 2015 Ángel Reyna dijo que su intención es jugar con Chivas el Clausura 2015 y que después de ese torneo le gustaría regresar a Rayados pues consideró que se trata de un equipo importante.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Viena, Austria, domingo 16 de Noviembre del 2014 Dijo que le resulta doloroso que ni Neymar ni Dunga lo hayan buscado para hablar de la cuestión El defensa Thiago Silva afirmó este domingo en Viena que está molesto por haber perdido la capitanía de la Selección Brasileña, que ahora pertenece a Neymar por decisión del técnico Carlos Caetano Bledorn Verri “Dunga”. “Estoy molesto.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Santo Domingo, República Dominicana, domingo 16 de Noviembre del 2014 Aseguró que Simeone está contento en el equipo y que su deseo es seguir trabajando El Presidente del Atlético de Madrid, Enrique Cerezo, atribuyó este domingo a rumores la supuesta salida del entrenador del equipo, el argentino Diego Pablo Simeone. “Son rumores, siempre ha habido rumores”, dijo Cerezo en Santo Domingo, donde se encuentra participando en Tercer Foro que realizan la Entidad de Gestión de Derechos de los Productores Audiovisuales (Egeda), que él preside, y la Federación Iberoamericana de Productores Cinematográficos y Audiovisuales (Fipca).

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