上海419论坛,上海龙凤419,爱上海 – Powered by Teri Savorn!

Tag Archive: GM资源社区

Infantino looks back, says 2019 its an exciting year

first_img Promoted ContentA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art8 Things That Will Happen If An Asteroid Hits Earth7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayCan You Recognize These Cute Celeb Baby Faces?Top 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks10 Dystopian Movie Worlds You’d Never Want To Live InWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The Best Cars Of All TimeThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World This tremendous success of the Women’s World Cup – which attracted over 1 billion television viewers – triggered several proposals, some of which have already been implemented or have been approved. In addition, French Football Federation president Noël Le Graët proposed to play the FIFA Women’s World Cup every two years instead of four. It is an idea we should explore further together, especially as women’s football development remains a top priority for FIFA with an investment of USD 1bn planned for the next four years. It was the year for transformation on the pitch, but also off it: for example, with women attending a football match in Iran for the first time in 40 years. It is one important step along a path on which there is much, much more to do. In terms of men’s football, 2019 was a milestone year with the creation of the new FIFA Club World Cup – a far stronger and more inclusive tournament, fully redistributed for the development of professional football across the world. We have also taken some important steps forward to better regulate the transfer system, to promote football development and to bring some much needed financial transparency. An economic sector worth over USD 7bn a year cannot be a free-for-all, ungoverned territory. This is part of our focus on enhancing governance standards in the game and improving the overall image of football. For the first time ever, FIFA has positioned itself as a solid institutional partner for international organisations from all walks of life and especially in those areas where we really believe that football can have a positive social impact. So, for example, this year we have engaged in partnerships with the World Health Organisation, UNESCO, ASEAN, African Union, World Food Programme, the Council of Europe and European Parliament among others. These agreements reflect FIFA’s acknowledgement that it has a wider role in society, as well as a duty to uphold the highest standards of good governance. This year we further embraced transparency and committed to publishing every decision of our judicial bodies online. At the same time, we have also invested in the first concrete steps of the Football for Schools programme and launched the FIFA Guardians initiative to safeguard children. Read Also:Premier League not following FIFA advice for handling racism But there is one chief reason why these achievements are significant: each of them represents an important step in a long journey that still lies ahead of us. Each of them is a building block of a brighter, fairer future for world football. I am honoured to have been elected to conduct this process over the course of the next four years and am already looking forward to seeing FIFA’s initiatives bear fruit in 2020. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 It has been an exciting year. If I had to choose a title for it, it would be “The Year of Women” – because of everything that the FIFA Women’s World Cup  meant for women’s football, but also thanks to the steps forward we took in terms of discussing equality, discrimination and the role of women in society, says FIFA President, Gianni Infantino. Loading… last_img read more

England’s medal bid ends in disappointment

first_img England had to settle for fourth place in both the men’s and women’s European team championships after their double bid for bronze medals ended in disappointment. The men lost 4-3 to Sweden with team manager Terry Casey commenting: “We were again left to reflect on getting nothing out of the day when we had played our hearts out.” Meanwhile, the women were beaten 5-2 by Spain and team captain Elaine Ratcliffe said: “The girls played good golf this week and rallied hard but in the end came across two teams who played fantastic golf against us at the right times.” Overall, the men’s championship was won by Scotland, while France took the ladies’ title.  In the men’s bronze medal match all England’s points were provided by Jimmy Mullen and Ashley Chesters (Image © Leaderboard Photography). They won their foursomes by one hole and Mullen went on to win his singles 4/2, while Chesters took his point by the margin of 2/1. But the other England players were fighting hard. Team captain Terry Casey paid tribute to his battling side, remarking: “We put up a great performance and I’m very proud of the lads. “After halving the foursomes the Swedes came on strongly in the singles, but we once again played excellent golf and gave ourselves a great chance. “Ben Taylor played very well against (world number three) Marcus Kinhult and was in a strong position and still ahead with two holes to go. However, despite solid play from Ben and twice being agonisingly close to birdies himself on both these holes, he had to watch as Kinhult converted both times, from off the green on the last.” He added: “We leave in fourth place with our heads held high and England Golf winning many friends from an outstanding effort. The guys were just outstanding in every respect.” In the women’s bronze medal match, England’s points were provided by Hayley Davis and Charlotte Thomas, who had a comfortable 5/4 foursomes win; and by Bronte Law who was on similar form, winning her singles 5/3. Elaine Ratcliffe said: “The standard of play in the foursomes was stunning with both pairings being under par. Hayley and Charlotte won convincingly, not giving their opponents any opportunity to be in the game. The other foursome played amazing golf but were defeated by a birdie on the 19th hole. We were delighted with the standard of golf. “In the afternoon the Spanish girls played some amazing golf and quickly took good leads in four of the five matches. But the performance of the afternoon was from Bronte who birdied five out of the last seven holes to win 5/3, with some of the best golf of the week played.” She also had praise for 17-year-old Alice Hewson who was playing her first women’s European championship and who was second, individually, in qualifying. Elsewhere, England boys beat Scotland 3-2 to finish fifth in the top flight of their championship. This was the highest position they could achieve after losing their first round match. Their points were accumulated in the singles with Bradley Moore winning 4/3 and Matty Lamb and Harry Hall both winning 1 up. England’s girls lost 4½-½ to Sweden, finishing second in Flight B and 10th overall in their championship. The teams: Men, playing at Halmstad Golf Club, Sweden: Ashley Chesters (Hawkstone Park), Nick Marsh (Huddersfield), Jimmy Mullen (Royal North Devon), Ben Taylor (Walton Heath), Ashton Turner (Kenwick Park) and Sean Towndrow (Southport & Ainsdale). Women, playing at Helsingor Golf Club, Denmark:  Gemma Clews (Delamere Forest), Hayley Davis (Ferndown), Alice Hewson (Berkhamsted), Bronte Law (Bramhall), Meghan MacLaren (Wellingborough) and Charlotte Thomas of Singapore. Boys,  playing at Pickala in Finland: Bradley Moore (Kedleston Park), Marco Penge (Golf at Goodwood), Harry Hall (West Cornwall), Will Enefer (Wrekin), Jamie Li (Bath) and Matty Lamb (Hexham). Girls, playing at Kaskada Golf Club in the Czech Republic: Emma Allen (Meon Valley), Annabel Bailey (Kirby Muxloe), Sammy Fuller (Roehampton), Sophie Lamb (Clitheroe), Hollie Muse (West Lancashire) and Lizzie Prior (Burhill). Click here for full scores 11 Jul 2015 England’s medal bid ends in disappointment last_img read more