“I didn’t really understand the reaction”

Impact coach Thierry Henry admitted he didn’t quite understand what went through the mind of striker Romell Quioto when he was sent off on Sunday in a 4-1 loss to Philadelphia.

The Impact was leading 1-0, thanks to the same Quioto in addition, when the Honduran player was seized with a fit of anger against Mark McKenzie of the Union, which earned him a red card. from the 15th minute. This obviously hurt the Montreal team very badly.

This is the second time in two games that an Impact player has indulged his emotions in a costly way, after Rudy Camacho’s bloodthirsty blow last Wednesday.

“We talked about it after the game against Vancouver, so that it doesn’t repeat itself, but at one point, you can’t ‘coach’ a reaction, it’s really difficult”, tried to explain Henry, after the match.

“You have to try to control yourself, and Romell did not control yourself, continued the French coach. It was also a fault for him. I didn’t really understand the reaction after putting in a goal. We were leading 1-0 and once again, we had to fight ten. “

And that causes additional fatigue in an already overtaxed workforce.

“We controlled the first half even at ten, after that we did not defend these two centers, said Henry. Once again, I would have liked to see the eleven against eleven, but we deprived ourselves of that and we are paying dearly. This is our fourth game in ten days and for the second time, we are playing it with ten. ”

“I think in the second half, the guys were a little pumped up, it was a bit difficult physically,” added the coach. But we’ll have to move on because there is New England soon and after, the Red Bulls here. The schedule is tight, if we find ourselves at ten in every game, it will not be easy. “

See the full press briefing in the video above.

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THE BALL – Mozambique close to five thousand infected (Mozambique)

The number of infected by Covid-19 in Mozambique continues to increase, being close to reaching 5,000. This Wednesday, 117 more positive cases were announced, bringing the total to 4764, of which 4481 were local and 273 imported.

The city of Maputo, capital of the country, the most affected by the pandemic, 37 more cases were diagonally diagnosed this Wednesday, only surpassed by the province of Zambézia with 42.

Regarding the recovered, another 48 people were considered free of the disease. Mozambique now has a total of 2763 people, who have undergone new tests and have been negative.

The number of deaths remains at 28.

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BOLA – IMF has new resident representative for the country (Mozambique)

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has just appointed Alexis Meyer-Cirkel to occupy the position of Resident Representative of this international financial institution in Mozambique, with effect from this Wednesday, 9th of September.

Meyer-Cirkel succeeds Ari Aisen, who has run the institution’s office in Maputo for the past four years, counted since September 2016. Of Brazilian nationality, Meyer-Cirkel joined the IMF in August 2010, having performed several functions.
Cirkel worked in several countries, focusing on macroeconomic policy, public debt sustainability and analysis of the external sector.

“Before joining the IMF, Meyer-Cirkel worked in financial markets at Morgan Stanley, European Central Bank, Allianz Research and at the Central Bank of Brazil,” points out a press release sent by the IMF.

According to the statement, Meyer-Cirkel holds a doctorate in economics from the Goethe University in Frankfurt. Germany, has a master’s degree in Development Studies from the London School of Economics, England.

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BOLA – Portugal with 388 more cases and three deaths (COVID-19)

In the last 24 hours, there were 388 more cases of infection and three deaths from Covid-19 in Portugal.

According to the epidemiological bulletin of the Directorate-General for Health (DGS), released this Tuesday, deaths occurred in Lisbon and Vale do Tejo (2) and in the North Region (1).

There are now a record of 1846 deaths, 60,895 infected people and 43,146 recovery cases (plus 130).

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Prices for young people should be reduced

Younger people can look forward to lower rail prices. Deutsche Bahn is temporarily significantly reducing ticket prices for customers up to the age of 26. What is the background?

The Deutsche Bahn temporarily lowers its fares for young people significantly. Rail passengers up to and including the age of 26 can travel on routes within Germany for as little as EUR 12.90. The offer, which was initially reported by “Bild am Sonntag”, applies to long-distance services with the ICE in second class.

Promotion until November 1st, 2020

As a rail spokesman said on Sunday, the so-called “Super Sparpreis Young” will apply from Tuesday to November 1st. The tickets are therefore available for travel until the end of April 2021.

The “BamS” reported that those who book early can get the low price on popular routes. During the main travel times on the weekend, however, the contingents would probably be allocated quickly.

Alternative offer to cheap long-distance buses

Combined with a BahnCard 25 for young people, customers up to the age of 26 can reduce the ticket price to as much as 9.70 euros. According to the newspaper, the background is that many young people are currently increasingly using long-distance buses instead of taking trains because of the low prices.

According to the railway, the ICE– and IC trains of the group are currently busy at an average of around 30 percent.

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BOLA – Mozambique becomes a State of Public Calamity (Mozambique)

Mozambique will move on September 7, this Monday, from the State of Emergency to the Stake of Public Disaster. The announcement was made this Friday by the President of the Republic, Filipe Nyusi, during the declaration to the nation on the covid-19.

The new measure, which will last indefinitely, foresees the relaxation of some restrictions, among which we highlight the resumption of the issuance of all official documents based on digital and other platforms, including the import of vehicles. The authorization to attend the beaches from September 15 is also another measure to be adopted in the situation of public calamity, as well as the resumption of classes of the 12th class on October 1.

However, the head of state made it clear that the new measures should not be confused with total relief or relaxation. “Everyone must respect the law and the lives of others, otherwise we will return to the previous measures”.

Still in relation to the measures in force, Filipe Nyusi, stressed that the widespread use of the mask remains mandatory, except during the practice of physical exercise and even though the bars and clubs remain closed, as well as the stalls are still prohibited from selling alcoholic beverages. .

It should be noted that the country currently has 4321 positive cases of covid-19 and 26 deaths.

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THE BALL – Rui Pinto wore a bulletproof vest (Justice)

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THE BALL – Covid-19: Berlusconi hospitalized (Italy)

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BOLA – England keeps Portugal “safe”, Wales and Scotland don’t (England)

The British government decided to keep Portugal on the list of countries exempt from quarantine in England, but Scotland and Wales did not (as with Greece). The Transport Minister acknowledged that the difference can be “confusing”, but that the differences lie in the way of looking at the numbers.

Grant Shapps told the BBC this morning that the privileged criterion has been the number of cases that tested positive per 100,000 inhabitants, triggering restrictions and entry to the list of countries required to comply with a 14-day quarantine when the value rises above 20 cases per 100 thousand inhabitants, which will have happened in Portugal this week – 23.

But Portugal was not included in the restrictions because many tests are being done, “and this tends to increase the numbers”.

“If we don’t end up punishing countries that are doing what is right,” he stressed.

Shapps said that Portugal “is at the limit, but in the opinion of England and Northern Ireland, quarantine is not justified this week”.

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BOLA – Portuguese citizen dies in Maputo victim of Covid-19 (Mozambique)

A 76-year-old Portuguese national lost his life in the city of Maputo, victim of Covid-19, according to data revealed Thursday by the Ministry of Health.

It is known that the victim was admitted to the intensive care unit of the Central Hospital of Maputo (HCM) on August 29 with a serious clinical condition. The citizen was tested for the new coronavirus and tested positive. The result would only be confirmed on Wednesday, September 2, the day after the patient lost his life.

This is the third death that occurs in Mozambique within 24 hours, since on Wednesday, the Ministry of Health had announced two more deaths caused by the pandemic, which has already claimed 26 fatalities in the country.

With regard to the number of infected, Mozambique started to count, on Thursday, 4270 positive cases, after the announcement of another 90 infected people.

Regarding those recovered, another 42 patients are free of the disease, totaling 2,370 people, who underwent new tests was negative.

In view of these figures, the country currently has 1,806 active cases of covid-19.

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