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December 19, 2020

Benchmarks

first_imgBenchmarks Judge Thomas E. Stringer, Sr., of the Second District Court of Appeal, the first African-American to graduate from Stetson University College of Law, was recently honored by Stetson University for his contributions to minority students. The Black Law Students Association at Stetson University College of Law celebrated the Fourth Annual Judge Thomas Stringer Youth Day with a luncheon and awards ceremony. Judge David L. Levey of the Third DCA has been reappointed to Florida International University’s Legal Studies Institute’s Advisory Council. He also serves as an instructor in the paralegal program. Donald E. Horrox was appointed by Gov. Jeb Bush to the Pinellas County Court, and is assigned to criminal court in Clearwater.Brevard County Judge Cathleen B. Clarke recently received the Outstanding Leadership and Advocacy Award from the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill – Florida, which recognized her “tireless advocacy efforts” on behalf of people with mental illness. Judge Clarke played a key role in establishing Brevard County’s first mental health court. December 1, 2003 Regular Newslast_img read more

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September 24, 2020

Juventus set asking price for Ronaldo as PSG consider move

first_img FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Cristiano Ronaldo is no longer considered ‘untouchable’ at Juventus and the Italian champions would consider selling him this summer for offers of £54m and above. The 35-year-old has enjoyed two fantastic seasons in Turin, scoring 65 goals in 89 appearances across all competitions, winning two Serie A titles in the process. However, there is set to be a substantial revamp at Juve this summer after a disappointing exit from the Champions League at the last 16 stage to Lyon. Maurizio Sarri has been replaced as manager by Andrea Pirlo and there is likely to be something of an overhaul of an ageing squad, with no player now deemed ‘untouchable’ by the Italian champions. The Parisians take on RB Leipzig in the semi-final on Tuesday evening and will be hoping to contest the final against either Lyon or Bayern Munich on Sunday night. Reports suggest that Juve will not consider offers of less than €60m (£54m) but that price tag may well not put off the Ligue 1 champions.Advertisement Promoted Content6 Major TV Characters We Were Relieved To See Leaving The ShowBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made20 Amazing Facts About The Daenerys Of The House Of Targaryen6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True8 Most Expensive Mistakes The World Has Ever MadeWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo10 Stargazing Locations To ‘Connect With Nature’2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This Year read also:VIDEO: Cristiano Ronaldo tries out diving in the sea on holiday The Portuguese superstar may well be attracted by the possibility of PSG, with the chance to conquer the fourth league, having won titles in England with Manchester United, Spain with Real Madrid, and now in Italy. Ronaldo has also been linked with a sensational move to Barcelona, where he could link-up with old for Lionel Messi and burn bridges with his former side in the Spanish capital. That switch seems fanciful, though, and is more a case that Juventus have been happy to offer him to any club that may take his salary, including Barca. Loading… last_img read more

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August 16, 2020

Our Pride: Amazing Story on Muhamed Bešić Life and Career!

first_imgEven prior to that 64th minute goal Bešić was successfully sticking to his assigned job of tracking Messi’s runs, in the process dispossessing the master several times throughout the match. It eventually took the Argentine’s genius to score that imperious goal, after a run that most defensive midfielders would have found difficult to contain let alone a relative green horn in Bešić.The Berlin born Bosnian was initially not part of the manager, Safet Sušić’s plans during the World Cup qualifying phase, for which he preferred a very attacking 4-1-3-2 formation where the holding midfielder’s role was played by Haris Medunjanin. But leading to the quadrennial event Sušić started employing a more defensive and conventional 4-2-3-1, in which Bešić came into the side in place of the striker Vedad Ibisevic. A move that underpinned Sušić’s more careful approach unlike the very open set up he employed during the qualifying campaign.After announcing his team for the quadrennial event Sušić had this to say, “I knew several months ago that (Muhamed) Bešić would be in the squad because he is the only player here who can handle the job of man-marking Lionel Messi.” He justified his manager’s faith quite remarkably.The holding midfielder’s convincing displays during the matches prior to the World Cup and his fantastic job on the World’s best player meant he started all three matches in the tournament.An important detail that puts the cherry on top of his performances in Brazil is the fact that he played majority of his international and two years at Ferencváros as a center back but still managed to perform so well in as demanding a position as defensive midfield.Covering the World Cup as an analyst for a TV channel, Everton manager Roberto Martinez was impressed with what he saw of the Bosnian and brought him to Goodison Park for a reported fee of £4 million from the Hungarian outfit Ferencváros.Who is Muhamed Bešić?The Bosnian’s family had to leave the war torn Yugoslavia and move to Germany like so many of their fellow Bosniaks. Bešić was born on 10th September 1992 in Berlin and started playing for his local club Tennis Borussia Berlin at age nine. After developing with them for seven years he made his first big move to one of the giants of German football – SV Hamburg in 2009.Being named a substitute for a number of matches during Hamburg’s 2010-11 campaign, Bešić finally got his debut against the eventual Bundesliga champions Borussia Dortmund when he came on as an 80th minute substitute with his side trailing 2-0. He finally made his first start against Borussia Mönchengladbach in a 2-1 win for his team.For all his brilliance on the pitch Bešić did struggle early on with disciplinary issues off it. In March 2012, Bešić’s indiscipline saw him getting suspended from the Hamburg first team. If the media reports are to be believed he didn’t get along with the first team manager Torsten Fink and things came to the point where Torsten Fink “strangled” Bešić and threw him out of the dressing room, according to some sections of the Bosnian media.In 2010 along with the senior club debut Bešić also made his Bosnia and Herzegovina U21 as well as the senior national team debut. After impressing on his U-21 debut in Sarajevo against the Italians, Sušić called him for the senior side’s friendly against Slovakia in November 2010. He came off the bench much like his club debut in the 79th minute of the tie for his first international match. And in the process became the youngest Bosnian debutante at the age of 18 years and two months. Bosnia won the contest in Bratislava 3-2.His first start for the national team came the following year when he featured in defence against Mexico in 2-0 defeat in a friendly played in Atlanta, he had to wait a little longer for his competitive debut which came in the Euro 2012 qualifying campaign in a 2-0 win against Albania in June.Bešić made two more senior appearances before being left out for two years eventually getting recalled for the World Cup campaign.Though, he did play for the U-21 squad where he was a regular for the Euro 2013 unsuccessful qualifying campaign. During the campaign his old disciplinary issues cropped up again, and a bust-up with U21 coach Vlado Jagodic meant he was frozen from the squad.His inability to see Bešić regularly led Sušić to not start him for the senior side either.Problems with national team aside, Bešić flourished in Hungary playing in the heart of Ferencváros’ defence.  In his first first season in Hungary, he was named the best foreign player in the division and also helped the club to victory in the League Cup.His performances didn’t go unnoticed by the bigger European clubs and quite a few of them showed interest in procuring his services. English sides Tottenham, Aston Villa and Fulham among others were reported to be interested in him though nothing came to fruition.Post the World Cup he signed for Everton. Playing for Roberto Martinez who is known for his eye for finding talented youngsters and one of the most technical managers in the game means Bešić is in safe hands to take his game a few notches higher and realize his full potential.Style of play, strengths, and weaknessesBešić has become a regular starter for his national team and has done well in the Everton side as a defensive midfielder in the limited chances he has had so far. So assured has he been in midfield that it is easy to forget he has played majority of his career in central defence.Bešić’s first appearance for Everton as a last minute substitute against Chelsea was a forgettable one when his first touch resulted in losing the ball to Jon Obi Mikel who assisted Diego Costa. He had a much better outing on his full debut against Mersyside rivals Liverpool where he showed his full range of skills. He looked extremely good in possession and shielded his defence to perfection; he ended the match with a commendable 86.8% passing accuracy from 68 touches of the ball.Much like Sušić’s deployment of Bešić as a holding midfielder in his 4-2-3-1 for the national team, Martinez has also used him in the same role where he is paired with Gareth Barry at the base of midfield in the absence of the preferred James McCarthy, and has the difficult task of tracking the movement of the opposition playmaker, giving his midfielder partner solidity that enables him to move further up the pitch.On the ball Bešić is very assured with his passing and ball retention skills. According to Squawka so far in his Premier League appearances he has passing accuracy of 91% which shows his ability to find team mates in space.The Bosnian is blessed with incredible pace which allows him to cover his opponents even if they have a few yards of head start. During their World Cup fixture against Nigeria he made a well timed tackle after a lung busting run on Ahmad Musa at a crucial juncture in the match. The world took full notice of his pace when he did the same against one of the fastest players in the game – Gareth Bale in the Euro qualifier a week ago.He has a lot to develop in the defensive side of his game as is reflected by the meager 31% of duels won in the limited chances he has got at Everton which in comparison to his direct replacement, James McCarthy is half. He hasn’t won a single aerial duel which speaks of his lack of prowess in the air, and the stat is not an outlier as he didn’t win a single aerial duel during the World Cup either. He lags behind in total clearances at 1.86, 0.37 blocks, committed 3.33 fouls per 90 minutes of action, and won only 2 tackles per match which are a reflection of the work he needs to put in to develop the defensive side of his game.With all the defensive problems he does have a fairly good offensive game, he has a remarkable 91% pass completion rate, 91% successful take ons and made 0.67 key passes per game in the limited opportunities he has had.These stats are a reflection of where the Bosnian’s strengths lie, his figures are still raw as he has got limited minutes in a new team, in a new league. He will definitely get better with time. And as the numbers suggest he might be due another switch as he had done in the past from the heart of defence to defensive midfield to perhaps a ball playing midfielder.Under Martinez’s tutelage he is in safe hands for the future. (Source: outsideoftheboot)last_img read more

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