Héctor Herrera: Atlético de Madrid signed Geoffrey Kondogbia from Valencia

Hector Herrera will have new competition in the midfield. Is about Geoffrey kondogbia will arrive at Atlético de Madrid procendant of Valencia in the next few hours.

The midfielder was requested by himself Diego Simeone to cover the loss of Thomas Partey, who signed for Arsenal.

The 27-year-old Kondogbia was looking to leave the orange team as there were no guarantees of fulfilling the promises made to him at the start of the season.

The French player is expected to undergo medical tests on Sunday to be able to join Simeone shortly and according to ESPN, the Colchoneros would have paid 17 million euros for his services.



Leontine Borsato has found happiness again | Entertainment

In conversation with Isa Hoes, who visited Leontine and her daughter Jada, says the 52-year-old presenter that she has found a way to feel good. “Of course it was a bit of a crazy year. But the fact that you can find happiness in yourself even in very sad situations, makes me feel very comfortable in my own skin. (…) I entered a kind of care process for myself a while ago. To take better care of myself. That may also have to do with age, my children are getting older. ”

And Jada sees that too, who has recently moved into their new home with Leontine. “I am very proud of my mother. Because she is busy with her own thing and is increasingly choosing for herself. I like that to see. ”

Weekly magazine unveiled over a year ago Private the affair between Marco Borsato as a pianist Iris Dog. Reportedly, things have not been going on for a while between the Netherlands’ most famous showbiz couple. Long talks and even a ‘reconciliation holiday’ ultimately did not lead to a reconciliation, so a definitive break at the beginning of this year was inevitable.

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War: Everything You Need to Know Before Release – News

Game news Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War: Everything You Need to Know Before Release

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War is out in two weeks. On this occasion we offer you a video recap. We cover some aspects of the single player campaign, the gameplay changes, the game modes available with the classic team deathmatch, domination, zombie and the new VIP Escort and Fire Team. We also mention the integration with Warzone as well as the PC configuration and the presence of 4K 120 FPS on PS5 and Xbox Series X.

Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War releases November 13 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Series. The PS5 version will be available on November 19.

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Joosten: ‘Scoring and winning, that’s great as a forward’

The attacker got the ball via Strand Larsen and managed to put the opening goal on the scoreboard in the 26th minute. ‘I got the ball behind me a bit, but knew I could shoot it left. Fortunately, that went perfectly. Sometimes you shoot high from such a turn, now it was hit. That’s football. You have to decide in a split second. ‘

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Iron-strong Matusiwa

Azor Matusiwa once again played a very strong match in the midfield of FC Groningen. ‘I radiated calm, was busy a lot with coaching and putting down other players. I feel good. The group is well organized, we train very hard. This raises the level. I think we show a very nice game. Today more goals could have been entered, but we are on the right track. ‘

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Deserved victory

FC Groningen coach Danny Buijs thought the victory was deserved. ‘The only thing I regret is that we have not been able to increase the score higher before. I thought we had a difficult start, but then a phase in which we came through threateningly. The rejected goal of Daniël van Kaam, if we continue like this we can start using korfball rules. Fortunately, we make it 2-0 after the break. Then you hope that you finish it sooner because with this difference we were facing a difficult final phase with their physical strength and it showed. ‘

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Ahmed Fathy sends a farewell message to Al-Ahly fans before joining Pyramids

Ahmed Fathy, player of the Al-Ahly football team, sent a message to the club’s fans after his career ended and his last official match, Saturday evening, in front of Al-Jaysh in the Egyptian League Championship.

Ahmed Fathy completed his contract with Pyramids Club to join him, after the end of the current season on a 3-year contract.

Ahmed Fathy said in televised statements on Al-Ahly channel: “The decision to leave was difficult after 12 years in Al-Ahly, and won tournaments and difficult circumstances, and I thank God for this period, which is one of the best periods of my life.”

He continued: “I thank all the fans who helped me and did not let me down. I thank the administrations, all the coaches I trained with, and all the players, thank everyone. Thank you, after God.”

And he added: “12 difficult years, and praise be to God for success and success, and I say to the masses (My life is what we will forget you, people will go, people will go and people will retire and this is the year of life).

He added, “In the end, I hope that I have not grieved anyone, and I regret anyone who is angry with me, and God willing, I will support the team in the CAF Champions League final match.”

He concluded: “This is a duty and this is a normal situation to be loyal in my work and take care of God. The club does a lot and there must be a return. All thanks to God and I wish my family success in the final match, and to win the championship after a long period of absence.”


I will never forget you … an impressive message from Fathi to Al-Ahly fans

Ahmed Fathy, the Al-Ahly player, was keen to send a message to the fans of Al-Hamra Castle, after the team’s match against Tala’a Al-Jaysh at the end of his career with the team, before moving to wear the Pyramids shirt, starting from next season.

Ahmed Fathy, the new Pyramids player, played his last match with Al-Ahly club after his participation in the Talaa Al-Jaish match, which the Red Genie won by 3-0 at the end of the Egyptian Premier League.

“My departure from Al-Ahly and moving to Pyramids was a difficult decision after 12 years I spent at the club,” Fathi said in statements to Al-Ahly channel.

He added that his presence with Al-Ahly considers it one of the best periods of his life ever, and he thanks everyone who supported him during that period, whether players, technical equipment or fans.

He continued: “I will never forget you, God willing, please in the time of the Al-Ahly club, and it is normal for people to come and leave and others to retire, because this is the year of life.”

He continued: “I hope that my presence with Al-Ahly will be without any problems with anyone, and that I have not fallen short of the right of the club throughout this period.”

He concluded his remarks: “I apologize to anyone who was upset with me one day, and I wish the team to win the African Champions League, which has been absent from the club’s coffers for a long time.”


European Capital of Culture in East Germany: Chemnitz is no longer “unseen”

Chemnitz will be the European Capital of Culture in 2025. By shifting the emphasis it was able to free itself from the negative image.

Chemnitz: European Capital of Culture 2025 with the old and the new town hall Photo: Rainer Weisflog / imago

At 1:27 p.m. on Wednesday, screams of joy and joyful dances broke out for minutes in the Chemnitz town hall. After the decision of the international jury in favor of Chemnitz as one of the two European Capitals of Culture in 2025, you could still feel that the defensive was going off. The application slogan “C the unseen” expresses this well.

“What is worked out in Chemnitz is traded in Leipzig and squandered in Dresden,” is an old Saxon proverb. In the industrial city, incomes were once almost the highest in Germany, then came the dirty image. Workers’ city, also robbed of its center during World War II. The xenophobic riots after the homicide crime at the 2018 city festival seemed only a logical consequence.

The third largest city in Saxony is an example of how one can free oneself from the negative image by shifting accents. 15 years ago people still laughed at the self-titling of the city as the “city of modernity”. Under Ingrid Mössinger, however, the municipal art collections and the Gunzenhauser Museum gained an international reputation.

The multi-branch theater is in a good state. The Zweckverband Sächsisches Industriemuseum has its headquarters here, the only state museum outside Dresden is the one for archeology in the former Schocken department store. Above all, however, scenes, young galleries and initiatives emerged, such as the Spinnerei e. V.

Chemnitz had Ferenc Csák as the head of applications and head of the cultural office, who led the Hungarian Pécs to the European Capital of Culture in 2010 and achieved a broad impact in urban society with the Capital of Culture application. Csák, who is just as clever as he is personable, knows the jury trend of recent years to focus on the idea of ​​development and integration.

After the successful nomination, the outgoing mayor Barbara Ludwig praised the “daring, unconventional connection between top cultural achievements and self-taught people”. The program of 3,000 garages to be designed is often mentioned in this context. The jury recognized a considerable expansion and considered the continuing lines of development to be sustainable enough.


The German banks, loan defaults and the supervision

Se since the beginning of the pandemic, there have been hardly more loan defaults than usual in Germany. Nevertheless, politicians, supervisors and researchers never tire of warning of high losses in the future. How does that fit together? Why are the failures so difficult to predict? And what do banks have to do now?

The rate of loan defaults has remained at a record low so far in 2020. That is only surprising at first glance. Because in the dramaturgy of a typical crisis, loans only fail when there is a lack of income month after month, reserves have been used up and more and more payments are due. In order to inhibit this mechanism and thus initially prevent corporate insolvencies and loan defaults, the state has put together a large bundle of measures: KfW loans, guarantees, postponement of bankruptcy periods and payment moratoriums. That was absolutely necessary for stabilization.

The banks suspect, however, that this package will only relieve them temporarily, and in the first half of 2020 not only built up additional equity capital of 2 billion euros, but also made provisions as a precaution – at the 21 large, so-called significant German institutions alone, amounting to 4.4 billion euros. This means that the pre-tax result has almost halved compared to the previous year, although the core operational business was in some cases even better than in 2019. The pandemic is already flaring up in the bank balance sheets.

This precaution will not be enough

The welcomed preventive care will not be sufficient everywhere, as various studies show – as different as they are. Despite all the differences and uncertainties, the studies are remarkably in agreement on one point: If the situation does not worsen dramatically, the buffers built up since the financial crisis should be able to absorb the expected losses in an overall view. But this does not apply to every individual institute.

Take Germany as an example: In a basic scenario, which is used as a basis in the Bundesbank’s financial stability report, we assume a value adjustment requirement of 13 billion euros for claims against domestic companies. In a moderate stress scenario and when looking at the entire loan book, the local banks are even threatened with credit losses of up to one and a half percentage points of their Common Equity Tier 1 capital ratio – that would be a good 45 billion euros in Common Equity Tier 1 capital. In the forecasts of the Bundesbank and the ECB, a very unfavorable scenario is also shown; here the effects would almost double compared to the moderate stress scenario. It is all the more gratifying that German credit institutions can operate from comfortable capital resources – not least thanks to the stricter regulatory requirements that were adopted after the last crisis. In addition to the minimum requirements, German banks hold a further 255 billion euros in the form of capital buffers and untied capital.


“Ready to speak at the polls” – Corriere.it

ATLANTA, GEORGIA – «I think the next 45 days will be filled with violence. But it will not start with us: we limit ourselves to training, accumulating ammunition and monitoring ».

Trump says radical antifa leftist groups will start the fire. The left, on the other hand, fears that you will be the right-wing paramilitary militias to attack if Biden wins.

“We are here to defend the Constitution, especially the Second and Fourth Amendments (those that sanction the freedom to arm oneself and the prohibition for the State to inspect homes and people except in extreme cases of serious danger, ed). If anyone violates the Law of the Land, the rebellion becomes a duty ».

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Blood Agent, the commander of Georgia Security Force III%, that is the paramilitary militia of the Three Percenters of this Southern State, in everyday life is called Chris Hill and is a chubby 46-year-old of average height, medium tattooed, thin hair and reddish beard, with a boring job (he doesn’t tell me more) in Morrow, a suburb of Atlanta. That’s where he meets me, in front of a nondescript office building on Jonesboro Road. He gets in the car, we go for a coffee in an outdoor bar. Those who put me in contact with him say that in the movement (300 groups of Three Percenters in the 50 states, for a total of about 15-20 thousand militiamen) some criticize him because he talks too much. Above all, aggressive claims on the net, since he has broken all ties with the American press. «I’m fed up», he explains, «of being called a violent racist. Let’s see if you foreigners manage to be more objective ».

Well, don’t you cultivate the myth of white supremacy?

“No. There are those who think so, but what matters to us is the defense of our freedoms. Among my men there are also Hispanics and African Americans ».

“Sure. The hardest part of my job is recruiting: in my militia, 350 men, I don’t accept neo-Nazis, people from the Ku Klux Klan or people who have served in white supremacy groups. And not even people who cannot hold weapons following criminal convictions. “

Don’t you even consider yourselves Trump’s militia? Wear your own bracelet. The president has invited you on TV to “stand back, stand by”: are you ready for action if he asks you?

“Don’t mix it all: I’m a Trump supporter like most of my men, but not all of them. I told you: we are not a political organization, we defend principles. We existed before Trump and will exist after. In that message he spoke to the Proud Boys that they are different: more politics, less ideals. And they also accept people with a rather dirty criminal record ».

Aren’t you involved in politics? Do the police at the rallies of Republican candidates in Georgia. Trump asked for surveillance at polling stations on Tuesday, Election Day. In Michigan, militias are preparing to preside over them. And you?

“Make a mess again. The ones who will move to Michigan are the Oath Keepers. We, here in Georgia, are not going to. Wasted time and resources, unless cases of abuse are reported. If they call us, we are ready to intervene. For the rest, yes, we are almost all Trumpians and we support its candidates, but not the conspiracy theories: those of the QAnon, for me, are bullshit ».

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In short, who are you? What’s the difference between you and the Oath Keepers given, moreover, that your founder – you were born in 2008 as a reaction to the Obama presidency – comes from that movement?

«I told you: we are people – especially veterans of various weapons and former policemen – who organize themselves in an almost military way to defend certain values. The Oath Keepers are similar only in appearance: they speak and march like a militia, but they have no military organization. ‘

What military experience did you have? And why did you join the Three Percenters (name linked to the erroneous belief that only 3 percent of American colonists engaged in the war of liberation from British rule)?

“I spent four years in the marines. Based in Okinawa, Hawaii and then Virginia as an instructor. I joined the militia in 2012. Nauseated by government corruption: an America increasingly unrecognizable ».

Obama hasn’t changed it radically. Couldn’t stand a black president?

“He threatened our right to arm us, he wanted to extend the sovereignty of the federal government, to make it enter local realities: we do not accept it, it is against Law of the Land».

Do you want to weaken the state? Anarchist temptations like those of the Boogaloo Bois, the movement, it seems, more agitated and dangerous?

«Here we go again: the Boogaloos are quite another stuff, not even politically labelable. I am not a militia and there is everything inside, from anarchists to neo-Nazis. We defend our freedoms, we reject the intrusiveness of the state. We recognize authority, but above all respect the local one: for us the sheriff is the true guarantor of the Law of the Land. Try to understand: there are states, like New York, that have introduced laws red flag: It means that a suspicious neighbor is all it takes and two FBI federal agents can come to your house and disarm you. Even if you haven’t committed some crime. It is enough for an old woman to say she feels threatened by you. ‘

Well if you run with semi-automatic weapons of war and a magazine with 45 bullets …

“It is not up to the government to decide which weapons can scare people and what capacity a magazine can have. The Constitution gives us unlimited freedom to arm ourselves precisely against the danger of the government becoming a tyrant. For us it is tyrannical if it does not fully respect the Second Amendment and considers illegal the behavior of citizens who, instead, respect it ”.

There are collective interests to be protected. As in the case of the coronavirus epidemic. I see you allergic to masks. Your ideological challenge too?

“At first I was frightened too: I gave my wife and the two boys the gas masks I had in my army. Then I realized that it’s all a hoax: an infectious disease a little more serious, nothing more. And who gives the alarm daily? Johns Hopkins. Who finances it? The Rockefellers: they are the ones who rule the world, they want to go back to globalization ».

Simplified schemes, sometimes based on unfounded theories, those of Chris: close to those of Trumpians opposed to multiculturalism and a world without barriers. They would like an America that is only Christian, abortion outlaw, immigrants only from Europe. The liberal left in power alongside the pc world, that is, the digital elite, is a nightmare scenario.

With Biden as president, will you and the other groups continue to train and show their weapons (also to break the monotony of post-military life) or will you rebel? Is there a risk of insurrection?

“We are individualists, it is impossible to coordinate between such different groups. I answer for my men: we are not violent, we need weapons to defend freedoms. But if they are violated, rebellion is not an option: it becomes a duty ».

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BER Airport: Interview with the first Easyjet pilot

SPIEGEL: Mr. Wilpert, can you show how you greeted your passengers today?

Thomas Wilpert: Dear guests, I would like to warmly welcome you on board. My name is Thomas Wilpert, and I am your captain today on this special flight to BER. This is a special day for all of us, for the city, for Berliners, for us as a crew. It is an honor to be able to open BER Airport with our landing today. I hope that you will feel comfortable on board with us as usual.

SPIEGEL: On a scale of 1 to 10, if 10 is extremely excited, how excited were you?

Wilpert: I would say: I was excited about 8.5, but the flight was definitely a 10. Of all the flights I’ve made so far – and I’ve been in commercial aviation for 25 years – this was by far the most beautiful flight today. I waited so long for BER to open that I had given up hope that it would ever open at all. I thought: It won’t come any more. Instead, I was overcome with indifference, at some point BER didn’t matter. A few months ago I had the opportunity to take a look at the new airport. The indifference turned into unbelievable anticipation.

SPIEGEL: Have you made yourself particularly chic for today?

Wilpert: I was wearing the nicest suit I have in my closet: my pilot’s uniform. Pants, tie, shirt, jacket. With four stripes at the wrist level of the jacket that show that I am the captain. Anyone wearing four stripes is not just a pilot, but a responsible pilot.

SPIEGEL: Have you and your colleagues torn over the job of BER opener? Did you have to draw?

Wilpert: I don’t know whether someone has actively applied to be allowed to open BER. One day I was asked if I would like to, and I immediately thought: This is a huge opportunity: to be able to open the airport in the city where you were born.

SPIEGEL: BER – or what was already written about it – had to listen to a lot in the past few years: it was too expensive, too late, and ultimately too unfashionable. Do you think so too?

Wilpert: I think the airport is great, and I am not being fooled by it. I especially like the interior. The wood paneling and the sandstone floor radiate warmth. There are no large halls, instead there are many small areas. If I want it sterile and bright white, I go to the dentist. I feel good at BER.

SPIEGEL: From where to where did you fly today?

Wilpert: We started in Berlin-Tegel in the north and arrived at BER in the south. First I landed, then a Lufthansa plane. That was a community opening. Our plane took off at around 1 p.m. and we flew south over the city for about an hour.

SPIEGEL: What did you see from up there?

Wilpert: Unfortunately, the weather today wasn’t that good. But I can tell you what the airport looks like: if you were a bird you would probably recognize the letter H from above. Left and right, the long lines, these are the runways. The line in the middle, the connecting piece, is the terminal. There are a lot of smaller green areas because a lot has been planted.

SPIEGEL: Who did you have on board?

Wilpert: My first officer, some managers from Easyjet, plus representatives from politics and the press.

SPIEGEL: How does a runway feel when you are among the first to land on it?

Wilpert: To be honest, I didn’t feel anything. I just feel the runways that are getting on in years. They are of course still absolutely safe, but here and there it might get a bit bumpy when landing. The BER trajectory is smooth and fresh and nothing is noticeable.

SPIEGEL: Did you start the autopilot on approach?

Wilpert: No, I won’t let such a moment take over the autopilot! He doesn’t get it. I wanted to do that myself.

SPIEGEL: Was it difficult?

Wilpert: I think BER is an airport that is very easy to fly to. There are no mountains, nothing in the way, so we could start the approach early. In a steady descent, you can go down on an extended stretch of the runway, so to speak. That was really wonderful. If you end up in the same city over and over again for decades, at some point you will know every tree. Now a new perspective of the city will open up to me.

SPIEGEL: Did your passengers clap during the touchdown?

Wilpert: We flew an A320Neo today, practically the newest edition from Airbus. This aircraft is economical in terms of fuel consumption and very quiet. So I can tell you: people applauded and I even heard it. That was really nice.

SPIEGEL: The coronavirus has paralyzed your industry and with it tourism, in the near future people will likely travel a lot less. What does that mean for you?

Wilpert: I try to look ahead positively. Sure, there are far fewer pilots in the air all over the world. But with the vaccine, there is a new way to deal with the situation, maybe in the coming year. People want to fly. People want to see the world, want to connect. Berlin is a great city that many people want to get to know. It has always been and will be again.

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