Europe not out of sight – Monk

first_img “The carrot (of Europe) is there for us as we have got Arsenal away, Man City home and Crystal Palace away. They are tough games,” Swansea manager Monk said. “We are under no illusions how tough it will be, but if we perform like we did in the second half, in those games we will be a handful for anyone. “It is feasible to get into Europe but we keep our feet firmly on the ground here. “This game was about consolidating our place in the top 10 and we are in control of that eighth spot now. “We have beaten our best points tally and you have to find new things to fight for.” Ecuador winger Montero broke the deadlock with a first goal in English football since his £4million summer switch from Mexican club Monarcas Morelia, a 76th-minute diving header at the far post. Ki then settled matters with his eighth goal of the season in stoppage time after coming off the bench in the closing stages. “I don’t think Jeff has scored too many goals with his head and everyone is happy for him,” Monk said. Late goals from Jefferson Montero and Ki Sung-yueng almost guaranteed that Swansea will end the season in the top eight – their highest-ever finish in the Barclays Premier League. But Swansea are now only four points adrift of Southampton following their surprise defeat at Sunderland – and seventh place could be enough for Europa League qualification if Arsenal beat Aston Villa in the FA Cup final at the end of May. Garry Monk feels Swansea are in the race for Europe after beating Stoke 2-0 at the Liberty Stadium. “I had a few words with them at half-time as the first half we were at 70 per cent. “The tempo of our passing was not where it should have been but we were so dominant in the second half and deserved to win the game.” Stoke had defender Marc Wilson sent off in the 85th minute for two bookable offences but manager Mark Hughes felt his side paid the price for lacking an attacking edge. “The second half we didn’t really ask too many questions of Swansea,” the Welshman said. “I thought we were very comfortable in the first half. We had the majority of possession without really having that cutting edge in the final third. “Our retention of the ball wasn’t quite good enough to get people up the pitch and in the box. “Our creative play was missing and that was disappointing because I felt it was a real opportunity to get something out of the game.” On Wilson’s dismissal – the first time Stoke have had a player sent off in the Premier League this term – Hughes said: “The first was a coming together and probably looked more than it was. “It was a foul but I’m not sure if it was yellow card. But when you’ve got a yellow card you’ve got to steer clear of those situations Marc found himself in. “He’s tripped the lad going through and unfortunately he’s had to go off, and from that point it was difficult to affect the game.” Press Associationlast_img read more

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EARLY ONSLAUGHT: Syracuse offense erupts in 1st half with 11 goals, cruises to blowout win over Providence

first_img Published on March 19, 2013 at 9:08 pm Contact Jacob: jmklinge@syr.edu | @Jacob_Klinger_ PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Luke Cometti called Syracuse’s warm-up sloppy.While Providence buzzed through its offensive set 40-plus minutes before faceoff Tuesday night, Syracuse slogged around in sweats. With 3-foot banks of snow piled along the far sideline of the AstroTurf at Lennon Family Field and the Orange jogging through its pre-game routine within 10 minutes of faceoff, the trap game SU head coach John Desko had forecast looked to be coming true.When Andrew Barton bounced a turnaround shot from in close past Dominic Lamolinara’s right shoulder, the 15 or so Friars that formed a mosh pit on the Providence sideline looked sure of it.But with a vicious first-half attack that included 11 goals, the No. 4 Orange (5-1, 2-0 Big East) cruised to an 18-9 blowout victory over Providence in front of 2,200 fans. It made the second 30 minutes irrelevant, a chance for Desko to play untested depth as the perpetual motion of the Orange offense stranded PC goalie Jack Connelly time and again.“It was eventually up 6-1 the first, kind of like (Johns) Hopkins,” Cometti said, “but we knew if we kept it on, it could be an easy day for us.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTwo goals in nine seconds made it look easy. SU answered Barton’s early challenge with ruthless ease. After Scott Loy’s gentle toss over Connelly’s right shoulder for the equalizer, long-stick midfielder Matt Harris scooped up Chris Daddio’s faceoff and swept in on goal. Drawing the scrambling defense, he flicked a 7-yard pass to Derek Maltz, who showed no hesitation bouncing a shot into the bottom-right corner of the net.Providence never led again. SU led 3-1 before the Friars next tested Lamolinara.Before bussing to Providence for his first start of the season, Lamolinara worried about high bounces off of the rough surface. He’d only played two games in his career on AstroTurf. He’d have to wear sweatpants instead of his usual shorts and throw his body in front of tricky skipping shots.Instead of fooling Lamolinara, though, the turf only accelerated the Friars’ errant shots and out-of-bounds passes that much more quickly.“I got in a flow so it was easy,” he said.Providence’s offense wasn’t entirely poor. The Friars circled the ball around quickly, keeping the SU defense on edge. But the Orange’s was great. It was a blur of passes, cuts and ultimately goals.In the closing minutes of the first half, leading 10-2, SU’s JoJo Marasco swung down from the left wing and trotted behind Connelly’s already punished goal. It looked as though the motor of SU’s attack was content to run out the half.But an eight-goal lead wasn’t enough. Marasco stuck a pass over Connelly into the face-guarded Dylan Donahue. The attack caught the ball over his larger defender, spun 180 degrees to his left and chucked his shot into the bottom-left corner.The jumping, happy punching with which Providence started the game was a distant memory as Chris Gabrielli kept his players on the chilly, windswept field for his halftime talk.But the biting cold and snowy conditions that threatened to freeze Orange momentum after an emotional victory against Johns Hopkins on Saturday only sped up SU’s dismantling of Providence.“I was freezing on the sideline, I just wanted to go out there and run,” Syracuse midfielder Henry Schoonmaker said. “So it was just nice to get out there whenever we could, I mean, yeah, those were probably the worst conditions I’ve ever played in.”But it didn’t matter. Nothing would.“It was kind of crappy weather, we had a real shaky warm-up, and then I thought everyone played real well, we had a game plan, we executed and got everyone in,” Cometti said. “So it was fun.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Jim Boeheim: ‘I’m happier now at the end of this year than any time I’ve ever coached’

first_imgHOUSTON – Jim Boeheim laughed off the question one more time for good measure, just as he had pushed it aside ambiguously in the days prior. There was no chance he wouldn’t cut it off, delivering a response mixed with sarcasm and amusement in stark contrast to the thoughtful reflections on the careers of Trevor Cooney and Michael Gbinije.Boeheim has said he plans to retire after two more seasons. Boeheim has said there isn’t a timetable for his retirement. Boeheim has said he has no plans to retire. So, he gave the only appropriate answer to the inevitable question after Syracuse’s season ended on Saturday night.“Why do you guys always ask me that?” he said with a smile across his face, leaning into the microphone to project his humor on the room louder than any of his other answers.“Make sure you ask Roy when he comes in too,” he added, referencing North Carolina head coach Roy Williams, who has also been vaguely associated with the word “retirement.” His season also isn’t the one that’s over.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter enduring a curb stomp from the NCAA, a month-long exile from anyone and nearly anything related to his team and a Selection Sunday that he gave a 10-percent chance to end in his favor, Boeheim dismissed the notion of the past season being anything but smooth sailing. Even after the No. 10 seed Orange’s (23-14, 9-9 Atlantic Coast) 83-66 loss to No. 1 seed North Carolina (33-6, 14-4) that ended SU’s tear through the NCAA Tournament one game short of a title bout with Villanova, Boeheim again pushed aside an assumption that nobody would second guess.“I haven’t had a rough season, I had a great season,” Boeheim said. “I don’t think it was rough at all.”This year, he coached a team who was one game away from being the lowest seeded squad ever to make the national championship game. He coached a player in Gbinije who, according to Boeheim, is the most underrated and improved he’s ever overseen in 40 years. And he coached a team that had its season on the brink of extinction twice, but fought off Gonzaga and Virginia before losing its last breath of air on the third try against the Tar Heels.“As far as what I feel about this year, I’m more satisfied than I’ve ever been in any year that I’ve ever coached with a possible exception of the year we won it all,” Boeheim said. “I’m more proud and more happy, whatever the word is I’m looking for, satisfied, of what this team has done than any that I’ve ever coached.”After the game, as the locker room emptied and silence settled into the room, with the exception with the mumbles of Cooney and Gbinije, Boeheim walked in and scrolled through his phone.He sat down in the chair next to Mike Hopkins, cracking an occasional half-hearted grin, his right leg crossed over his left while he talked to his successor — whenever that succession may be — for one last time after a game this season.“I’m happier now at the end of this year than any time I’ve ever coached,” Boeheim said. “I’m really not that tired. I had 30 days off. I could probably go another 30.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 3, 2016 at 1:03 am Contact Matt: mcschnei@syr.edu | @matt_schneidmanlast_img read more

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Decision made on Olympic boxing

first_imgA total of 26 places in the Rio tournament will be made available at a qualifying event in Venezuela next month. The International Boxing Association voted today to make the rule change with 84 of 88 member federations in favour.World champions could now compete at the Games – providing they go through the qualification process and are selected by their countries.So Irish amateurs like Paddy Barnes could now compete against more experienced professionals.last_img

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Western Carolina football players propose boycott over video

first_img SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 26th August, 2020 07:11 IST Western Carolina Football Players Propose Boycott Over Video A Western Carolina University football player has called on his teammates to boycott team activities after several racist videos involving students at the school circulated on social media Associated Press Television News A Western Carolina University football player has called on his teammates to boycott team activities after several racist videos involving students at the school circulated on social media.Sophomore safety Jaylon McMillon said he and other members of the Catamounts football team agreed during a Zoom video Sunday not to take part in workouts — practices started back in mid-July — and other activities in preparation for what will be just a two-game fall non-conference season in November, the Winston-Salem Journal reported.The players have the backing of head coach Mark Speir, who called the videos reprehensible.McMillon said the boycott would remain in effect until officials at Western Carolina conclude their review of the videos. Two of the videos were shared to social media over the weekend depicting several students, who appeared to be white, using a racial slur.The school issued a statement condemning the videos and said it is addressing the issue, but McMillon questioned the length of time it’s taking to review the incident.”Our chancellor came out and she said that, ‘It’s going to take time.’ They’re going to have to re-evaluate the videos — they have to keep watching them over and over again to see if it was really bad,” McMillon said. “So we took that and we were like, ‘Why do you have to keep watching the video multiple times to really understand what’s going on?’”According to the newspaper, a compilation of Snapchat videos lasting approximately 24 seconds included what appear to be three women and a man using a racial slur for African Americans. A second mashup of videos Sunday lasting more than 90 seconds showed two white men, who contended that their “OK” hand gesture wasn’t a symbol indicating white power. One of the men proceeded to refer to Black women by using the slur.In the video statement posted Sunday, Chancellor Kelli R. Brown identified those in the videos as students. She said she had spoken to a number of student leaders who expressed to her “their fear, anxiety and pain.”“Justifiable calls for action can be heard from across our campus community today. Rest assured, the University is taking active steps to address these particular incidents consistent with our University processes and policies,” Brown said in the first of two statements sent in an email. “However, we cannot disclose specific actions taken against a specific student(s). With that in mind, our inability to communicate specific actions should not be construed as inaction. Western Carolina University takes seriously the effect that these videos have had on the campus community and will act accordingly.”“University officials are taking active steps, even now. We must rise above the negativity and the prejudice,” Brown said.McMillon said the team held another Zoom meeting Monday to plan a march involving students and athletes across campus to raise awareness.“Just for a bigger picture, what’s going on in today’s world, it’s way bigger than football at this time,” McMillon said.Western Carolina, with an enrollment of more than 12,000 students, is located in the town of Cullowhee, about 53 miles (85 kilometers) southwest of Asheville. The school’s website says more than 20% of its students identify as a racial minority.Image credits: AP COMMENT LIVE TVcenter_img Written By First Published: 26th August, 2020 07:11 IST WATCH US LIVE FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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European League Preview: London Derby Headlines Premier League Fixtures, PSG For 5-Star Victory

first_imgGERMANYBayern Munich have a perfect opportunity to bounce back following last weekend’s shocking away defeat at Hoffenheim.The champions will be keen to end talks of a superiority loss and comprehensively defeat a Mainz team who have equaled conceded three goals as Bayern Munich but lack the superior offensive power Carlo Ancelotti has at his disposal.League leaders Borussia Dortmund have a date to keep with bottom club Cologne at the Wesfalenstadion. The two teams with contrasting league fortunes will certainly give the fans that avail themselves for this game value for both their money and time.Dortmund should be too strong for a Cologne team that have scored just once this season and conceded seven times. ITALYThird-place Inter Milan are away at Crotone on Saturday afternoon. It has been a dream start to the season for Luciano Spalletti and his team who are on a run of three successive wins and look poised for a fourth successive victory against a winless and scoreless Crotone team.Given the form of Mauro Icardi and Ivan Perisic, Inter Milan can be rest assured of ending the weekend on 12 points.Leaders and champions Juventus are away at Sassuolo, with the awareness they can’t afford any slipups considering the chasing pack-Napoli and Inter Milan.Home team Sassuolo have picked up just a solitary point, scoring an equal number of goals in what has been a disappointing start to the season for the modest team.Juventus should put aside their midweek UEFA champions League nightmare away at Barcelona to further continue their now customary domestic dominance. ENGLANDChelsea are home to Arsenal at Stamford Bridge as they attempt to further extend their dominance on this ground against the Gunners.Arsenal have torrid memories of their last away league tie, an embarrassing and shocking defeat at Liverpool. The Blues head into the game fresher, having a two-day rest over their opponents who were in action in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday night.This game should produce goals, but what isn’t certain is if it will be at both ends as the champions appear to be in bullish form.Manchester United will have to deal with the threat of Wayne Rooney and his Everton teammates at Old Trafford.The Toffees haven’t experienced the best possible start to the league season and could be in for a third successive defeat.Romelu Lukaku should be professional enough to put sentiments and emotions aside in his attempt to lead his Manchester United team to victory against his former team, in the absence of the league’s most expensive player, Paul Pogba, who is nursing a hamstring injury. We preview upcoming league action from England, Germany, Italy, and France. It will be a testing weekend for the big guns to have to shake off the midweek commitments of European football as they turn their attention to domestic football. FRANCEChampions Monaco were handed a rude awakening away at Nice last weekend, losing 4-0 to a Mario Balotelli inspired OGC Nice team.The Principality team are home to Strasbourg and have an opportunity to keep the pressure on leaders PSG, who enjoy a two-point lead at the top. Radamel Falcao should be backed to find the back of the net in this game, as these are the kind of games the Colombian international forward and his teammates thrive in.Radamel Falcao should be backed to find the back of the net in this game, as these are the kind of games the Colombian international forward and his teammates thrive in.PSG are home to Lyon on Sunday at the Parc des Princes in what promises to be an entertaining game and potential first real domestic test of the season for the nouveau riche of French football.Both teams are unbeaten in the league with Lyon two spots behind in third-place. Lyon appears to have lost some steam after a bullish start to the season, drawing successive league games before a home win at the weekend.On the balance of play, we can only see one winner emerging from this contest.Relatedlast_img read more

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‘New girls’ lead the way at English seniors

first_img The ‘new girls’, led by former Ladies European Tour winner Julie Brown, set the pace in the first round of the English senior women’s amateur championship at Sandy Lodge Golf Club, on the borders of Middlesex and Hertfordshire.Julie (pictured), who turned 50 on Boxing Day and is playing in her first senior event, took the lead with a level par round of 72. She’s four shots ahead of Leicestershire’s Helen Lowe, who is also new to senior ranks.Julie, from Trentham in Staffordshire, was an England international before a professional career in which she played on the Ladies’ European Tour for seven years and won the German Open. She returned to amateur ranks in 2006 and has since captained several England girls’ teams, won the Staffordshire championship twice – making four titles in total – and been Midlands North ladies’ champion.Today was her debut in senior golf and she commented: “It’s just like starting all over again!” She added: “I’m very pleased, over the moon with the score. I just wanted to put a round together today and get a feel for the course, which was playing a bit longer than in practice.”Overnight rain and a drizzly start to the day took the sting out of the ground and Julie took advantage of the scoring conditions with steady play. She was out in one-under 35, helped by birdies on two pars fives, one of which she reached in two and just missed her eagle. She had just one bogey on the inward half, on the short 18th where her tee shot went through the green.Helen Lowe, who has twice been the Leicestershire county champion, celebrated her 50th birthday last September and immediately played in the British seniors’ championship, securing a top 30 finish. This is her first English senior event and, she remarked: “I thought I would give senior golf a go, I’ve heard lots of nice things about it and I’m keen to see what it’s all about.”She put together a steady round which included two birdies, with one on the last where she holed an eight-footer for a two. “The course was playing lovely, the greens are absolutely fantastic and I managed to stay out of the bunkers!” she said.Among the familiar faces behind the top two is that of Debbie Richards of Burhill, Surrey, who won the second flight last year, and currently shares third place on five over. Two past champions are a further shot behind: Sue Dye of Delamere Forest, Cheshire, and Christine Watson of Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire.Defending champion Janet Melville (Sherwood Forest) shot 82 and currently shares 23rd place, in a group which includes another former champion, Chris Quinn (Hockley). They will need to improve their position tomorrow if they are to qualify for the championship matchplay.After tomorrow’s second round the top 16 players will qualify for the championship knockout. The next 16 will contest the second flight.Please click here for full scores 22 Apr 2014 ‘New girls’ lead the way at English seniors last_img read more

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Alderweireld has rollercoaster of an afternoon as Bergwijn shines again

first_imgTOTTENHAM continued their push for Champions League qualification after a cracking contest at Villa Park.Heung-min Son made Bjorn Engels pay for a howler in the dying seconds of the contest to seal a dramatic 3-2 win.1 Son celebrates scoring a dramatic winner at the endCredit: Getty Images – GettySome questionable defending throughout allowed Villa to take the lead through a Toby Alderweireld own goal.The Belgian then scored a brilliant equaliser before Son pounced on his missed penalty rebound to put the visitors ahead.Engels then headed Villa level before his shocker allowed Son to grab his second and seal a priceless victory.Here SunSport’s Richard Forrester dishes out Spurs’ player ratings as they move up to fifth.HUGO LLORIS – 5/10Bit of a stinker in the opening 45 minutes. Didn’t cover himself in glory with Villa’s opener and then got lucky with numerous other opportunities.Looked more assured in the second period but kept getting caught in two minds from Villa corners.SERGE AURIER – 5Was given the runaround by Jack Grealish throughout the first half.Remains a real liability in Spurs’ back four and could barely get close to the Villa star.Did improve in the second period and was a threat down the right.DAVINSON SANCHEZ – 6Solid if not unspectacular for the visitors. Made a couple of vital interceptions in the box to deny the hosts.His long ball at the end assisted Son with the help of Engels.TOBY ALDERWEIRELD – 4An absolute rollercoaster of an afternoon for the centre-back.It was a dreadful piece of defending for the own goal but redeemed himself with a cracking finish at the other end.Was then beaten to the header for Villa’s equaliser.BEN DAVIES – 6Was probably the most assured of all the defenders and made a goal-saving block in the first 45 minutes.Mourinho didn’t give him much of a licence to get forward so didn’t influence the game at the other end of the field.HARRY WINKS – 6Tough afternoon for Winks in the heart of midfield.He would’ve liked to have put more of a stamp on the game and get on the ball more. Grew into the contest as it went on.ERIC DIER – 5Barely influenced proceedings although made a crucial piece of defending in the first half to deny Villa doubling their advantage.Was hooked off on 60 minutes.LUCAS MOURA – 6Not his best day. Appeared to be playing deeper than usual and desperately tried to influence proceedings.A few nice touches posed little threat in front of goal.MAKE YOUR DEBUT Bet £5 get £20 in free bets for new customers at Ladbrokesmost read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring’NICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kids DELE ALLI – 6Managed to find so much space in the hole and did everything right apart from his final ball.Should have had his name on the scoresheet but was wasteful in front of goal.Spurned a great chance in the second half and appeared to leave his shooting boots at home.STEVEN BERGWIJN – 8A really quiet first 35 minutes but came to life towards the end of the first half before winning a penalty.His pace caused real issues for the hosts with a number of driving runs at the Villa defence.Could be a really impressive signing judging on performances so far.HEUNG-MIN SON – 8Showed brilliant composure right at the end to seal the win when the pressure was on.Grabbed two goals but could have easily had four or five with the amount of chances he had.Villa struggled to contain him.SubsLo Celso (on for Dier, 60) 5Came on to try and add extra attacking impotence but struggled to make an impact.Gedson Fernandes (on for Alli, 83) The new boy did not get enough time to make an impression.last_img read more

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Lara for Masters Champions League

first_imgDUBAI, UAE (CMC): Cricket legend Brian Lara is among several West Indians who have signed up to play in the inaugural Masters Champions League (MCL) next month in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Lara heads a list that includes discarded West Indies cricketers Tino Best, Shiv Chanderpaul, Fidel Edwards, as well as Krishmar Santokie. Best and Santokie will play for Sagittarius Soldiers, Edwards will join Leon Lions while Chanderpaul has signed with Gemini Arabians. The former Windies skipper was among six icon players listed for an auction held in Dubai Monday ahead of the tournament. Lara was picked up by Leo Lions for their base price of $100,000. Former South Africa allrounder Jacques Kallis attracted the highest bid of US $175,000. The inaugural MCL is run by former Australia batsman Dean Jones’ company, Major Events Group.last_img read more

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Aggreko Extends 200 MW Ivory Coast Power Project to African Countries

first_imgThe world leader in the provision of temporary power and temperature control services has announced a three-year contract extension to its 200 MW gas-fired power project in Ivory Coast, with an option to extend this by a further two years.A carefully worded statement issued in Monrovia yesterday highlighted important energy successes relating to its expansion and extension programs in the West Africa sub-region.The statement however did not name any of the countries the Aggreko plant has extended its services to in the sub-region.The Aggreko plant in the Vridi area of Abidjan provides critical power to Ivory Coast and surrounding countries connected to the Ivory Coast grid.The facility was installed in 2010 with the first phase of the project producing 70 MW. This was later increased to 100 MW in 2011 and again increased to 200 MW in June 2013.With a booming economy and GDP growth of around 9%, the Ivory Coast’s demand for energy has been increasing steadily in recent years.The Aggreko plant injects vital capacity into the local grid, helping to keep essential infrastructure and services running, while also ensuring power supplies are maintained to both business and domestic users.“We are pleased to be extending the Aggreko project, which forms an important part of our program of strengthening the energy infrastructure across the country,” Amidou Traore, director general, CI-Energies noted.“The 200 MW supplied from the Aggreko plant is an important component of our energy generation mix and helps us maintain supply to our customers while we develop our long-term infrastructure programmes.” Mr. Traore asserted.Historically, economies across Africa are growing at a phenomenal rate, resulting in an increased strain on power generation, transmission and distribution infrastructure.By adding large-scale, fast-track interim power, countries can continue to supply the energy required to sustain economic growth while governments and state utilities work on bringing new generation capacity online.“Our project in Ivory Coast is a great example of the value Aggreko brings to its utility customers in Africa,” Christophe Jacquin, managing director, Aggreko North and West Africa indicated.“Our solutions address shortages in power generation capacity, giving our customers the ability to maintain supply while they work to improve their systems.” Mr. Jacquin stressed.Aggreko maintains a strong presence in Ivory Coast and views the country as a vital platform in its West African operations. In addition to the Abidjan plant, Aggreko also runs its West African youth training initiative, The Aggreko Technical University in Ivory Coast.The program involves an intensive training syllabus incorporating advanced technical, engineering and project operations modules.Graduates have access to fast-track employment opportunities within technical and project operations positions in the Ivory Coast and other locations in Aggreko’s network of international power projects.The programme has so far seen 18 Ivorian and West African engineers trained with 14 of these going on to graduate and join Aggreko in various locations across Africa.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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