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first_imgRelatedPosts Lampard: I still have confidence in Tomori Rennes want Fikayo Tomori, £25m for Mendy Lampard: Tomori won’t leave Chelsea Fikayo Tomori could be forgiven for pinching himself as he prepares for Chelsea’s showdown with Ajax. The 21-year-old, who spent last season on loan at Derby, will make his third Champions League appearance on only his ninth senior start for the Blues, having earlier this month been called up by England for the first time. Tomori is eager to repay the faith shown to him, and to Chelsea’s other youngsters, by manager Frank Lampard. “Coming into the season, I just wanted to stamp my place in the team and the manager gave me an opportunity,” said the defender. “He’s carried on giving me opportunities. Even if I make mistakes or I’m not quite in the right position, he helps me out and he’s developed me a lot. He talks to me in training, so do the other players, and that helps me. “This season has been good for me so far. It’s gone better than I probably expected it would go but I’m working hard day in, day out, trying to improve and help the team as much as I can. “Getting the senior international call-up last month was great and now I just want to keep on going.” Chelsea have won their last five matches in all competitions, including getting off the mark in Europe at Lille at the start of the month. But they face a side. who, barring a couple of high-profile summer departures, swept into the Champions League semi-finals last season and began this year’s campaign with back-to-back 3-0 victories. “It will be a very tight one,” added Tomori. “Both teams are in good form and it’s a big game in the group. Ajax is a great club with big history, a great stadium, so we’re expecting a tough game. “Games like these are where we can learn a lot but every game as a team we’re learning and every game throws up different challenges. “So far, we’ve handled them well so hopefully we can do the same.”Tags: Ajax AmsterdamChelsea FCFikayo TomoriFrank Lampardlast_img read more

first_imgThe national teams’ activities of the Football Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina will begin at the end of this week with the gathering of the U-18 team first, then this work will continue with the U-19, and then the U-21 national team.Before starting the training process in the FF BH TC in Zenica, general secretary Adnan Džemidžić held discussions with executive directors Elmir Pilav and Nihad Hodžić, who have already done all the preparatory activities to create adequate conditions for organizing camps.“The Federation, as a social and socially responsible organization, takes special care that the next gatherings are organized in strictly controlled conditions”, explains Džemidžić.Then he continues: “The executive directors of both sectors instructed their associates in the procedures and adopted standards according to which they would work in the Training Centre in Zenica. That is why our Centre is an ideal place for gathering, checking the physical fitness of young players, and working on other segments, necessary for the upcoming official competitions. I must emphasize that we decided to start with camps only after the permission of the competent authorities in the Federation of B&H was issued on the possibility of organized outdoor training again.”Why is it important to gather young national teams in this period?“The FF BH has been organizing various camps for all national teams for years, but due to the coronavirus, these gatherings will be less this year compared to the previous period. This long break has certainly affected the work of young footballers in their clubs, so the primary goal is for our technical staff to perform certain analyses, as well as testing the physical fitness of national team members. The tests that will be done during these training processes will be comparable to the previous ones for which special computer programs, developed by the FF BH with a team of experts, will be used. We also have a modern database program about each player who went through the FF BH camp, so we can monitor the development of each of them.”Džemidžić points out that there were thoughts of prolonging the camps for a later date, but the opinion of the profession and their assessment was taken into account so that any further delay would complicate the development cycle of young players and their selection.“We had several discussions with the head coaches of the youth national teams, and in addition to their expert assessment, we were also guided by the opinion of our medical teams, which had excellent cooperation with the Committee for Sports Medicine. We are also aware of the risks that these gatherings have, but we have done everything to ensure that the health of the players is not endangered. In any case, nothing even started before all previous permits and consents were issued by the competent authorities in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina.”last_img read more

first_imgWhile the aforementioned parcels are within the municipal boundary, they are currently not connected to municipal services such as water and storm sewers. Jamurat says residents now have the ability to connect.As these proposed bylaws went through first and second reading during the March 9, 2015 regular council meeting, property owners within a 100 metre radius will be sent notification.All residents are invited to attend the public hearing, which is scheduled for March 23, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. inside City Hall. land incorporation Eleven out of the 12 parcels are proposed for agriculture use in the zoning bylaw, while a lone parcel is slated to be service commercial, according to Planning Manager Renee Jamurat.City staff says they’re recommending primarily agricultural amendments in the absence of research and clear direction regarding future growth and land use needs of the community.February 2014 statistics have identified 274 hectares of agricultural land – 90 per cent of which is vacant, and 167.2 hectares of service commercial land with a 28 per cent vacancy.- Advertisement -If a property owner wishes to change the land use in the future, they’ll be required to go through the designated amendment processes.Boundary Extension Council Policy No. 129 / 13 states, “the existing land uses for occupied properties will be grandfathered until such time as the property is rezoned or the land use changes.”The parcels acquired are also surrounded the Peace River Regional District boundary. This is in exception to the most southern and eastern lots – adjacent to residential, commercial, and institutional zoned parcels within the municipal boundary.Advertisementlast_img read more