Danny Higginbotham Mourinhos manmanagement skills cost him his job

first_imgFormer Manchester United defender Danny Higginbotham claims Jose Mourinho lost his job at Man Utd due to his man-management skill at Old Trafford.Higginbotham also believed that the sense of freedom that United now bears under the new leadership of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was there during Mourinho’s time at tSolskjaer has already given United six wins from his opening six games.“The frustrating thing from Mourinho’s perspective will be that the system Solskjaer’s now playing, he played earlier in the season and had great success,” Higginbotham said via Sky Sports.“He then changed to a back three against West Ham and that seemed to be the beginning of the downfall, where it started to go wrong for him.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedSolskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.“There seems to be a real sense of freedom among the team now.“I was delighted when Mourinho came to the club because I thought he could pick them up again. He did well at first but then it dropped off.“Towards the end he would pick battles with players and that is not going to help. Gone are the days when you can dig out individuals and expect them still to respond in a positive manner.“If you look at all the top managers now, the strongest thing in their armoury is man-management skills. Solskjaer has gone in and said ‘you are all good players, how can I get you into the team and play to your strengths?’.”last_img read more

Oneminute blackout to mark 25 Mar

first_imgFile PhotoHome minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal on Saturday said Bangladesh would observe a one-minute blackout on the night of 25 March in memory of the brutality carried out by the Pakistani Army in 1971.”The government has taken up a decision to observe a one-minute blackout programme on 25 March from 9:00pm to 9:01pm,” he told newsmen after a coordination meeting held at the home ministry’s conference room.The minister said the coordination meeting was held to discuss various issues as to how to observe the genocide day “Gonohattya Dibosh” on 25 March and the Independence Day on 26 March peacefully.During the blackout programme, he said, the power supply would be suspended from 9:00pm to 9:01pm across the country. “We will observe this blackout programme only to recall the horror of 25 March night, unleashed by the Pakistani army on the eve of the liberation war,” Khan added.The home minster said the government has undertaken all measures to ensure tight security at Savar National Memorial and also in the capital city and its adjacent areas on the day. “Members of the law enforcement agencies have been asked to ensure security on 25 March and 26 March,” he said.Earlier, the Jatiya Sangsad during its 14th session unanimously adopted a resolution declaring 25 March as the Genocide Day.last_img read more

Indian EC team lauds Bangladesh polls

first_imgThe Election Commission of India on Sunday appreciated the role of Bangladesh Election Commission saying it was “meticulous planning and organization”, reports UNB.”….a lot of gaiety was visible. Whatever we’ve perceived I think it was very meticulous planning and meticulous organisation by the Bangladesh Election Commission,” Ariz Aftab, chief electoral officer of West Bengal, told reporters at a city hotel sharing their experience.Aftab said the election commission of Bangladesh and the Election Commission of India have a long-standing relationship of cooperation and cordial relationship.He said teams from Bangladesh EC have regularly visited India during Indian elections and it has been a long-standing precedence of visits from the Indian EC to witness the parliamentary elections in Bangladesh.This time also the EC of India has sent a three-member team to Bangladesh to witness the parliamentary elections, Aftab said.During the polls of the day, he said, they visited few polling stations. “We definitely feel that there has been very meticulous planning as per as the EC of Bangladesh is concerned.””We hope that through this visit the relationship between the EC of India and the EC of Bangladesh will be strengthened…this is to carry forward good and cordial relationship between the election commissions of the two countries,” Aftab added.last_img read more