Plantapalooza 2018

first_imgSpring is here, which means it’s time to plant summer gardens. Through plant sales and the annual Plantapalooza event on Saturday, April 14, the Trial Gardens at the University of Georgia; the State Botanical Garden of Georgia; the UGA Horticulture Club; the Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics (PBGG) Graduate Student Association; and the Plant Biology Graduate Student Association (PBGSA) make plant-buying easy.Trial GardensThe trial gardens will have annuals, perennials, succulents, vines and tropical plants, many of which are difficult to find, for sale. UGArden representatives will be on hand, selling medicinal teas, and the King of Pops will sell popsicles. The only methods of payment accepted will be cash or check.Location: 1030 W. Green St., Athens, Georgia, 30602Date and time: Saturday, April 14, 8 a.m.-noon.More information is available on the gardens’ Facebook page at The Trial Gardens @ UGA or online at ugatrial.hort.uga.edu.State Botanical Garden of GeorgiaThe botanical garden will have native plants, trees and shrubs, perennials, herbs and vegetables for sale. This year, more than 20 varieties of tomatoes will be available. Admission and parking for the botanical garden sale is free and includes access to the tropical conservatory, horticultural gardens and more than 5 miles of nature trails.Location: 2450 S. Milledge Ave., Athens, Georgia, 30605Date and time: Saturday, April 14, 8 a.m.-2 p.m.More information is available on Facebook at the botanical garden’s page, State Botanical Garden of Georgia at UGA, or online at botgarden.uga.edu.UGA Horticulture ClubThe horticulture club will have landscape and herbaceous plants, perennials, annuals, herbs, vegetables, houseplants and succulents for sale. The club gives UGA students real-world experience in the horticulture industry, and the funds raised from the plant sale will go directly toward scholarships, educational trips and into plant materials for students to grow and sell in future plant sales.Dates and times:Friday, April 6, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Saturday, April 7, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Sunday, April 8, 12 p.m.-5 p.m.Friday, April 13, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Saturday, April 14, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.Sunday, April 15, 12 p.m.-5 p.m.Location: 111 Riverbend Road, Athens, Georgia, 30605Both graduate student associations will also have pickup for online orders in the parking lot on April 14.More information is available on Facebook at the club’s page, UGA Horticulture Club, or online at www.ugahortclub.wixsite.com/mysite/spring-plant-sale.Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics Graduate Student AssociationThe PBGG Graduate Student Association will sell a variety of fruits and vegetables, including squash, cucumbers, peppers, toma verde tomatillos, Georgia rattlesnake watermelons, Mexican sour cucumbers and ghostbuster eggplants.Plants are $2.50 apiece or $2 when ordered online. Online orders can be picked up Friday, April 13; at Plantapalooza on Saturday, April 14, across from the horticulture club sale; or Friday, April 20. On April 14, during Plantapalooza, only online orders will be filled. As far as payment, cash or check is preferred.Dates and times:Friday, April 13, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Saturday, April 14, 10 a.m.-noon. (Online pickup only)Friday, April 20, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Location: D.W. Brooks MallOnline order pickup on April 14 will be available in the parking lot at 111 Riverbend Road, Athens, Georgia, 30605.More information is available on Facebook at the graduate student association’s Facebook page, Institute of Plant Breeding, Genetics, & Genomics at the University of Georgia. Presale orders can be placed online at www.ugaplantbreeding.wixsite.com/pbggplantsale.         Plant Biology Graduate Student Association The PBGSA will sell herbs, including lavender, rosemary, apple mint and more. PBGSA will also have houseplants, orchids and succulents for sale, ranging from $5 to $10.Plants are $2.50 apiece or $2 online. Online orders can be picked up Friday, April 13; at Plantapalooza on Saturday, April 14, across from the horticulture club sale; or Friday, April 20. On April 14, during Plantapalooza, only online orders will be filled. As far as payment, cash or check is preferred.Dates and times:Friday, April 13, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Saturday, April 14. 10 a.m.-noon (Online pickup only)Friday, April 20, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Location: D.W. Brooks MallOnline orders may be picked up on April 14 in the parking lot at 111 Riverbend Road, Athens, Georgia, 30605.More information about the sale and preorders is available online at www.plantbio.uga.edu/pbgsa-herb-sale.last_img read more

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From vision to reality – ECM in the cloud is here

first_img 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: David JonesRemember the days when people laughed at enterprise content management (ECM) in the cloud? Well, those days are gone.Research by analyst firm Ovum has exploded the myth that organizations won’t store key content and processes in the cloud – and done it in style.The headline number says 99.5 percent – yes, ninety-nine point five percent – of the 250 global organizations surveyed will utilize some form of ECM in the cloud within the next three years. That figure includes:66 percent for document storage58 percent for capture and indexing42 percent for records management52 percent for case managementBut, at the risk of being controversial, the important thing here is not the numbers – it is the shift in mind-set. continue reading »last_img read more

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Former deputy minister Dino Patti Djalal hospitalized, reason still unknown

first_imgDino Patti Djalal, a former deputy foreign minister and a cofounder of the Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) think tank has been admitted to the Gatot Subroto Army Hospital (RSPAD) in Central Jakarta. FPCI executive secretary Mohammad Irfan confirmed on Tuesday that Dino had been hospitalized at the renowned army hospital, but could not provide detailed information on the reason for his admittance.“It remains unknown whether [Dino] has contracted COVID-19 or not, because we are still awaiting the results of his PCR [polymerase chain reaction] test,” Irfan said in a statement made available to The Jakarta Post.“Hopefully, the result of the PCR test will be negative [for COVID-19] and Pak Dino will be able to rest well in the meantime,” he said.Irfan added that he could not confirm earlier reports that said Dino was hospitalized after experiencing breathing difficulties.“Only his family was allowed to accompany him to the hospital,” he said on Sept. 15 as quoted by tempo.co.Dino cofounded the FPCI in 2014 along with political scientist Dewi Fortuna Anwar and former Indonesian ambassador to Poland Peter Gontha.He served as presidential spokesperson from 2004 until 2010 in the Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono administration, and served as the Indonesian ambassador to the United States from 2010 to 2013. Dino then served as deputy foreign minister from July 2014 to October 2014, during the final months of Susilo’s second presidential term.Topics :last_img read more

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People moves: PGGM names temporary CEO; Mercer-JLT merger latest [updated]

first_imgPGGM, Mercer, JLT, AP Pension, Skandia, AFM, Amundi, Lazard, Wells Fargo AM, BPL Pensioen, PDN, Barnett Waddingham, CFA Institute, Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Asset Management, BNY Mellon, MJ HudsonPGGM – The supervisory board of Dutch asset manager and pension provider PGGM has named Kees Beuving as temporary chief executive.Beuving is to act as co-CEO alongside Paul Boonkamp, who is also chief financial and risk officer, while CEO Edwin Velzel recovers from illness. Velzel’s absence is expected to take a few months, the company said.Beuving has previously held the CEO role at both Fortis Bank Netherlands and Friesland Bank. Since 2014, he has been a member of the supervisory board at BNG Bank and the executive chair of VSB Vermogensfonds. Mercer/JLT – Consultancy giant Mercer has made a number of appointments as it integrates JLT Group’s operations following its $5.6bn takeover last year. The appointments will take effect when the deal is approved by financial and competition regulators.Mark McNulty, currently managing director of investment solutions at JLT, will become European head of clients for Mercer’s fiduciary management business – a newly created position. He will be responsible for client strategy, management and servicing, Mercer said in a statement.Malcolm Reynolds will become client leader for Mercer’s UK administration arm, working with Rich Tuff to combine the two companies’ administration arms. Reynolds is currently managing director of JLT UK Administration Services, while Tuff is UK and Ireland administration leader at Mercer.Steven Robinson, managing director of trustee and corporate consulting at JLT, will move to lead Mercer’s mid-market client business, including responsibility for defined benefit scheme advice.Other appointments include Karen Phillips, currently managing director of JLT’s wealth management operations, who will become head of Mercer’s UK financial planning business, and Teresa Beach, managing director of JLT Technology Solutions, who will lead the joint UK technology operations and provide support to the integration effort.AP Pension/Skandia Denmark – Morten Halborg, managing director of Skandia Asset Management and investment director at Skandia Denmark, is to exit the company at the end of February following its acquisition by AP Pension last year.From 1 February, AP Pension’s investment director Ralf Magnussen will take on responsibility for investments across AP Pension and Skandia.Halborg has worked at Skandia Group in Denmark for almost 15 years, the company said in a statement, including involvement with “virtually all aspects of asset management”.Bo Normann Rasmussen, chair of the board of Skandia Asset Management, said AP Pension had “a natural ambition” to develop areas such as responsible and sustainable investment, but “the timing was not right”.Pensions Infrastructure Platform (PIP) – The UK-based infrastructure business – developed by the country’s pension fund trade body the PLSA – has appointed Andy Clapp as head of asset management. He was previously at Dalmore Capital, one of PIP’s external managers, and has 15 years’ experience advising and investing in infrastructure assets.AFM – Martin van Rijn has been appointed as supervisory chair at communication watchdog Autoriteit Financiële Markten (AFM) as of 24 May. He is to succeed Paul Rosenmöller who plans to stand for a seat in the Dutch senate. Van Rijn – a former chief executive at PGGM and state secretary for health, wellbeing and sport – is currently a member of AFM’s supervisory board.Wendy de Jong, a lawyer and corporate economist in the financial sector and partner at consultancy GovernanceQ, will join AFM’s supervisory board. She sits on the supervisory boards of Ambulance Amsterdam, Topfonds Gelderland, DSM Pensioenfonds and Dutch Venture Initiative. She plans to resign from the two latter positions.Amundi – Europe’s largest asset manager has hired Ashley Fagan, head of institutional for the UK and Ireland at iShares, BlackRock’s exchange-traded fund (ETF) business. At Amundi she will be head of ETF, indexing and smart beta development for the UK and Ireland. She will also become the company’s global head of strategic accounts co-ordination alongside her responsibilities for strategy and business development, Amundi said in a statement.Fagan worked at iShares for 10 years in a number of roles, and was previously at Barclays Investment Bank’s collateralised debt obligation arm. Separately, Amundi has also appointed Julien Fontaine as head of partnerships and Pascal Duval as head of retail solutions. Both are members of the asset manager’s executive committee. Fontaine joined Amundi in 2014 as CEO of its Japanese business, before being appointed head of retail marketing a year ago.Duval joins after two years operating his own research and advisory company, Duval Capital.Lazard Asset Management – Jennifer Anderson has left UK master trust TPT Retirement Solutions to join Lazard as co-head of sustainable investment and ESG, based in London. Nikita Singhal has been hired as the other co-head, and is based in New York.At TPT, Anderson was an investment manager and led the pension provider’s responsible investment, ESG and climate change strategies. She previously worked in analyst roles at Citigroup and Jupiter Asset Management. She has been a board director for the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change since 2015. Singhal was previously a portfolio analyst with ClearBridge Investments, focusing on the renewable energy sector, and has also worked at the Heron Foundation and the International Finance Corporation. Wells Fargo Asset Management – The US asset manager has hired Matthias Scheiber as global head of portfolio management for its multi-asset solutions business.He joins from Schroders, where he was in charge of its institutional mandates. He has previously worked at Aethra Asset Management, ABN Amro Asset Management and Raiffeisen Bank.At Wells Fargo, Scheiber will be responsible for “developing and managing outcome-oriented multi-asset investment solutions”, the company said.BPL Pensioen – Jack Buckens has started as chairman at BPL Pensioen, the €17.7bn Dutch scheme for the agricultural sector. He succeeded René le Clerq who led the pension fund for 10 years. Between 1994 and 2016, Buckens had several management positions in the insurance sector, including six years as chief executive at Interpolis.Buckens is chairman of the supervisory board at the €199bn healthcare scheme PFZW, and until the end of 2018 was interim chair of the €8.7bn Pensioenfonds Hoogovens.PDN – The €7bn pension fund of Dutch chemicals giant DSM has named Mila Hoekstra as member of its supervisory board. She succeeds Henriëtte de Lange, who has been appointed Ombudsman for Pensions, succeeding Piet Keizer.Hoekstra also sits on several other supervisory boards, including the €3.9bn Pensioenfonds TNO, Heineken’s €3.6bn Dutch pension fund, the €3.9bn Dutch merchant navy scheme.Barnett Waddingham – The UK consultancy has poached Ian Mills from Redington as a senior investment consultant for defined benefit pension schemes. At Redington, Mills was a managing director in the investment consulting team from 2017, and has also worked at LCP.CFA Institute – The global association of investment management professionals has appointed Kazim Razvi as director of financial reporting policy for the EMEA region. The institute said he would work on policy positions and best practice guidelines for financial and corporate reporting.He was previously global head of accounting research and policy at Fitch Ratings, and has also worked at Moody’s and EY, and is currently a member of the European Financial Reporting Advisory Group’s pension advisory panel.Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Asset Management (SMTAM) – Akiyoshi Nagashima has been appointed chief investment officer at Japan’s biggest asset manager. He has worked for the group for more than 30 years, most recently as head of Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank’s equity investment department.The appointment follows SMTAM’s restructure last year, when the company merged its retail and institutional asset management businesses. SMTAM runs more than $550bn (.BNY Mellon – Linda McMahon will join the custody giant on 18 February as head of UK trust and depositary. She was previously head of State Street’s trustee business in the UK.In her new role, McMahon will be responsible for depositary activities including client relationship management, service delivery, strategy and compliance.MJ Hudson – The UK-based asset management consultancy has launched a legal services subsidiary in Milan, MJ Hudson Alma. Alessandro Corno has already joined as a founding partner, having previously worked at Gatti Pavesi Bianchi, DLA Piper and Jones Day. Marco Zechini will join in March from US law firm Orrick’s Rome office.The new office will focus on fund formation and financial regulatory mandates. Matthew Hudson, senior partner and founder of MJ Hudson, said Italy had “long been on our radar” and indicated that his firm would look to add other regional teams across Europe where possible.last_img read more

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Canadian baby registered ‘gender unspecified’ in possible world first

first_imgThe Telegraph 3 July 2017Family First Comment: Confusion reigns!“I’m raising Searyl in such a way that until they have the sense of self and command of vocabulary to tell me who they are, I’m recognising them as a baby and trying to give them all the love and support to be the most whole person that they can be outside of the restrictions that come with the boy box and the girl box.”Apparently a smack on the bottom to correct behaviour is child abuse, but this isn’t!?An eight-month-old Canadian baby has been issued a health card that does not specify the child’s sex, in what could be a world first.It has been done at the request of parent Kori Doty, a non-binary transgender parent who identifies as neither male nor female.The baby, named Searyl Atli, has been issued with a British Columbia health card with a “U” in the space where a child’s sex is normally specified. It is believed “U” could stand for unspecified or undetermined.Kori Doty also wants to omit the baby’s sex from all other official records including the birth certificate.“I’m raising Searyl in such a way that until they have the sense of self and command of vocabulary to tell me who they are, I’m recognising them as a baby and trying to give them all the love and support to be the most whole person that they can be outside of the restrictions that come with the boy box and the girl box,” Doty told CBC news.It is believed British Columbia is the first public authority to issue a non gender-specific card in this way. At least two other Canadian provinces – Ontario and Alberta, are now also considering offering the option of documents with a third non-binary category.Canada, along with Pakistan, Nepal and Australia, is also working on designing passports a new gender designation.READ MORE: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/07/03/canadian-baby-registered-gender-unspecified-possible-world-first/last_img read more

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Cueto vs. Chapman

first_imgThere has been a lot of chatter on talk radio as to who the Reds will trade before the deadline.  Cueto will demand the most money if the Reds decide to keep him.  He is a starter whose contract is up the end of this year, and he certainly is a proven winner.  Chapman on the other hand is younger, his contract will be harder to negotiate, and he is the number one reliever in baseball today.  Both of these pitchers could bring the Reds a lot of young prospects.As far as the Reds are concerned, they want the most they can get in return from whomever they trade and the salary cap is a big concern if you keep either or both of these pitchers.  They both will demand 6 figure contracts.  You also will need to take into account the other players they need to sign which includes Mike Leake, another pitcher.While the debate is going on about who to trade or who to keep, the Reds brass has Votto, Bruce, and Phillips under long-term contracts which eat up a good portion of their available salary.  We will know very soon which direction they are going.  I can’t see them staying pat.last_img read more

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David M. King age, 66

first_imgDavid M. King, age 66, of Brookville, Indiana died Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at his home in Brookville following a lengthy illness.Born November 9, 1950 in Cincinnati, Ohio he was the son of the late Charles & Zelma (Hall) King. On May 30, 1970 he and the former Deborah Banning were united in marriage, and she survives. Dave was retired, having worked for many years as a plumber & heating and air conditioning contractor. He was a member of the Wilbur Dennison Post #2014 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Brookville. In his leisure time he enjoyed motorcycling, fishing, and being with his family.Besides Deborah, his loving wife of over 47 years, survivors include a daughter & son-in-law, Vickie & Rick Raible; a son, Tony (Jessica Yount) King; a brother & sister-in-law, Ronnie & Sharon King; a sister & brother-in-law, Dana & Kenny Offill; five grandchildren, Allison Raible, Ashlie Raible, and Wayne Yount.Family & friends may visit from 4 until 8:00 P.M. on Friday, September 15, 2017 at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home, 1025 Franklin Ave., Brookville.Pete Witt will officiate the Funeral Services on Saturday, September 16, 2017, 11:00 A.M. at Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home. Burial will then follow in Maple Grove Cemetery in Brookville. Phillips & Meyers Funeral Home is honored to serve the King family, to sign the online guest book or send personal condolences please visit www.phillipsandmeyers.com .last_img read more

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Officials urge safety when it comes to fireworks

first_imgPhoto by Aaron Burden.Indianapolis, In. — Celebrations are happening all over the tri-state area and officials urge caution when using fireworks. Officials encourage residents to leave the fireworks displays to the professionals.If your celebration includes fireworks please consider to following safety guidelines provided by the National Fireworks Safety Council.Obey all local laws regarding the use of fireworks.Know your fireworks; read the cautionary labels and performance descriptions before igniting.A responsible adult SHOULD supervise all firework activities.  Never give fireworks to children.Alcohol and fireworks do not mix.  Save your alcohol for after the show.Wear safety glasses when shooting fireworks.Light one firework at a time and then quickly move away.Use fireworks OUTDOORS in a clear area; away from buildings and vehicles.Never relight a “dud” firework.  Wait 20 minutes and then soak it in a bucket of water.Always have a bucket of water and charged water hose nearby.Never carry fireworks in your POCKET or shoot them into METAL or GLASS containers.Do not experiment with homemade fireworks.Dispose of spent fireworks by wetting them down and place in a metal trash can away from any building or combustible materials until the next day.FAA regulations PROHIBIT the possession and transportation of fireworks in your checked baggage or carry-on luggage.Report illegal explosives, like M-80s and quarter sticks, to the fire or police department.And let’s not forget the safety of our pets!Don’t bring your pets to a fireworks display, even a small one.If fireworks are being used near your home, put your pet in a safe, interior room to avoid exposure to the sound.Make sure your pet has an identification tag, in case it runs off during a fireworks display.Never shoot fireworks of any kind (consumer fireworks, sparklers, fountains, etc.) near pets.Here is a link to the Indiana Statewide Burn Ban Maplast_img read more

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Ferguson single-minded about title win

first_imgForget all the talk of records, Sir Alex Ferguson would be satisfied if Manchester United won the title with a deflection off someone’s backside. As they prepare to visit the Stadium of Light for the first time since they stood by the side on the pitch, their own season over, to discover Sergio Aguero had sent City into ecstasy, Ferguson can have no complaints at how his players responded to that setback. With just two draws and three defeats, United have been virtually foot-perfect, far too good for a City side who struggled to regain their previously high standards. “These things are hard to take,” said Ferguson. “For about 20 seconds we thought we had won it and it was snatched away from us. “But what we have done well this season is dusted ourselves down and made a real good challenge of the league. “The concentration levels, the commitment of the players and the team spirit have been fantastic. “In that respect we have answered the only way we can.” Speaking to a US radio station earlier this week, Ferguson suggested United’s target for the remaining nine games was to match the Premier League points record of 95 amassed under Jose Mourinho in 2005. With a 15-point lead over nearest challengers Manchester City, it seemed prudent of Ferguson to find additional challenges beyond merely lifting a record 20th title. Yet, ahead of Saturday’s trip to Sunderland, the United boss dismissed his own lofty talk, and said: “I don’t care what I win it by. It could be a dodgy goal off someone’s backside in the last minute of the last game of the season. It doesn’t bother me one bit. Winning the league is the issue.” center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

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Wenger: Signings may unsettle Spurs

first_imgArsenal manager Arsene Wenger claims Tottenham’s summer spending spree could end up destabilising the balance of the squad rather than turning them into Barclays Premier League top four contenders. “I believe you win games when you focus on yourself and the quality of our game. “It is not a special statement for Tottenham, for us it is exactly the same. It is always difficult to integrate many players together.” Wenger knows from first-hand experience what it is like to have plans disrupted by unsettled players, having seen the likes of Cesc Fabregas, Samir Nasri and, last year, Robin van Persie all eventually sold on at the end of the transfer window. “Yes, it is very difficult, of course. It has a negative impact when you lose your best players, always, because you are perceived as well by your fans (for) a lack of ambition, by the rest of the squad, they look for strength in their team,” Wenger said. “We have gone through that process consistently and it demands of course always a mental adjustment, again, to keep your ambition alive. It is very, very difficult.” The Gunners boss, though, is not convinced the astronomical deals such as Bale’s proposed switch make much economic sense in the current climate of promoting financial fair play for clubs spending within their means. “They (Real Madrid) are very generous,” said Wenger. “Look, I don’t think at all that the prices are linked with the quality of the players, during this summer especially. “The prices today are just linked with the financial power and the desire of the buyer. “It is impossible to assess a market where you can say that this is the normal price for this player, because that is his quality. “That has gone completely because you go from transfers from zero to £10m and after from £30m to £80m, but it is not linked with the quality of the players at all, it is linked with the financial power of the buyer.” Asked if Real Madrid were paying over the odds for Bale, Wenger said: “Look, for me there are very, very, very, very few players who economically justify or (it) makes sense (to) pay over £50m (for).” Spurs may be about to lose star man Gareth Bale to Real Madrid in a multi-million deal, but nevertheless head to the Emirates Stadium on Sunday having made significant moves in the summer transfer window. They have brought in Paulinho, Etienne Capoue, Nacer Chadli and £26million striker Roberto Soldado, who has already scored twice in the Premier League, and on Friday confirmed the signing of Romanian defender Vlad Chiriches from Steaua Bucharest. They are also set to wrap up deals for Roma forward Erik Lamela and Ajax playmaker Christian Eriksen. By contrast, Wenger has so far been unable to land any of his major targets, completing only the free transfer signings of midfielder Mathieu Flamini and France Under-21 striker Yaya Sanogo. The Arsenal manager, however, maintains just simply adding numbers is not always the answer. “I know all the players they have bought. For the rest, we will see how well they integrate and how well they will do. It is very difficult to predict that,” said Wenger, whose side again finished above Spurs in fourth place last season. “They try very hard (to bridge the gap) of course, that is normal. In our job, there is always a technical risk when you buy more than three players because you unbalance a little bit the stability of your squad. “I know that in England it is very well seen, but it is always difficult when you bring so many players in, how everybody will do to predict that.” Wenger added: “Your squad always has a balance. It is more of a risk (adding numbers). “It can work fantastically well, but there is a little risk on the stability of the squad and on your technical consistency. “However, I must confess I am not too much worried about their risk and what they do. Press Associationlast_img read more

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