Manchester United transfer report: Scouts sent to watch £20m hitman

first_img1 Jackson Martinez Manchester United are monitoring the situation of striker Jackson Martinez, according to reports in Portugal.The Colombia international has developed into one of Europe’s most prolific forwards during his time at Porto, firing 85 goals in 120 appearances.That has led the 28-year-old to be linked with a big-money move to the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal.And now, according to Portuguese newspaper A Bola, Manchester United are stepping up their interest in Martinez.The Premier League club reportedly sent scouts to watch the striker in action at the weekend, who once again found the net in Porto’s 2-0 win over Moreirense.Porto are said to be desperate to keep hold of Martinez and have set an asking price of over £20million.last_img read more

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10 Premier League bargains whose transfer fees seemed ridiculous at the time

first_img Erik Lamela, Roma to Tottenham – £30m – Lamela struggled with his huge transfer fee and having to fill Gareth Bale’s shoes at Spurs in 2013, and having a series of different managers didn’t help. However, since Mauricio Pochettino’s appointment, Lamela has flourished and is looking like he will finally live up to all the promise he had while in Serie A. To pay £30m for a Championship player seems slightly ridiculous, even in the current transfer climate, but that’s what Tottenham did when they signed Moussa Sissoko from relegated Newcastle.Similarly, the £25m move Yannick Bolasie made from Crystal Palace to Everton seems crazy, even in a summer where £30m transfer fees became the norm.However, even with such large price tags, players can still prove to be bargains for their clubs – Cristiano Ronaldo’s £80m cost seems like a snip now.So, to console any Chelsea fans befuddled as to why their team would play £34m for a player they sold two years ago, talkSPORT looks 10 players whose price tags seem ridiculous at the time, but can now be considered ‘bargains’.Click the arrow above, right, to start the slideshow. 10 10 Chris Sutton, Norwich to Blackburn – £5m – Sutton became English football’s most expensive player in 1994 but his price seemed like nothing when he was lifting the Premier League title at the end of his first season at Ewood Park. His partnership with Alan Shearer has gone down in history as one of the best strike duos ever. 10 10 Frank Lampard, West Ham to Chelsea – £11m – The departure of Harry Redknapp as West Ham manager in 2001 led to Frank Lampard senior – Redknapp’s no.2 – encouraging his son to look elsewhere. The fee of £11m for a 22-year-old was, at the time, a huge outlay but three Premier Leagues, four FA Cups, one Champions League and one Europa League later and Lampard seems like a bargain. 10 Sergio Aguero, Atletico Madrid to Manchester City – £38m – Aguero was one of the most sought-after forwards in the world when he signed for City in 2011 to become the second most expensive player in Britain at the time. For a player with such a big price tag, success was going to be hard to come by but after scoring a stoppage time winner to snatch the Premier League title from Manchester United, he will forever be a bargain for City fans. 10 Didier Drogba, Marseille to Chelsea – £24m – Drogba was hot property after helping Marseille to the UEFA Cup final but Chelsea blew all competition out of the water by offering £24m in 2004 for the Ivorian. Drogba went on to win four Premier League titles, four FA Cups and a Champions League and is remembered as a club legend and one of the league’s best ever strikers. Gary Pallister, Middlesbrough to Manchester United – £2.3m – Although it was before the Premier League era, Pallister’s move to Manchester United – who weren’t the powerhouse they are today – in 1989 seemed strange, especially for a British record fee. He formed one of the best central defensive partnerships in Premier League history with Steve Bruce and went on to win four Premier League titles as United dominated English football. 10 Anthony Martial, Monaco to Manchester United – £35m (rising to £58m) – click the arrow, right, to see more ridiculous deals that no long look ridiculous – It has only been one season since a French teenager no one had heard of became one of Manchester United’s most expensive players. Documents revealed if all the clauses were fulfilled then Martial would cost a total of £58m. One of the clauses included money if the player won a Ballon d’Or, which doesn’t seem so ridiculous now. 10 10 Rio Ferdinand, West Ham to Leeds – £18m – A 22-year-old defender leaving for an extortionate amount of money seems normal now – see John Stones’ recent transfer – but when Leeds bought Ferdinand from West Ham in 2000 it was seen as a ridiculous amount of money. However, in his two years at the club before leaving for £29m, he helped Leeds to the Champions League semi-finals. Dennis Bergkamp, Inter to Arsenal – £7.5m – The Gunners smashed their transfer record by £5m to bring Bergkamp to Highbury in 1995 after an unsuccessful spell at Inter. Despite the excitement at such a high-profile player joining, the transfer fee was extortionate, and seemed even more so after his slow start. However, he holds legendary status at Arsenal now after being in the squad during the club’s most successful era. 10 Cristiano Ronaldo, Sporting Lisbon to Manchester United – £12.75m – David Beckham’s departure in 2003 left the legendary number seven shirt free and big shoes to fill. Signing an unknown teenager for half of what an established player like Beckham was sold for seemed ridiculous at the time, but Ronaldo is now considered one of the greatest players ever. last_img read more

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The Sligo-Leitrim Youth Soccer podcast 22/09/2019

first_imgTina’s back!The Sligo-Leitrim youth soccer podcast returns for the 2019-2020 season.Every Sunday at 5:45pm, Tina Beirne will take us through all the youth soccer activity locally over the past seven days. play stop mute max volume 00:00 00:00 repeat Sligo-Leitrim Youth Soccer podcast 22/09/2019 Download Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. To contact the Youth Soccer podcast, email sport@oceanfm.ie.Next Sunday’s podcast be at the earlier time of 4:10pm on Sunday, Sept 29th, because of the FAI Cup semi-final between Sligo Rovers and Dundalk.last_img read more

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More to South Africa than Nelson Mandela

first_imgThe corner of Vilakazi and Ngakane streets in Orlando West, Soweto, where Nelson Mandela’s old house is situated,is a popular tourist attraction.The aim of these media tours is to expose the international press to South Africa’s business environment, as well as its regulatory and policy systems, and to boost positive press coverage abroad.This is especially important in nations where Brand South Africa has no country manager.With reporting from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) appearing in publications across the Gulf and well into India, the media there will gain a greater overall understanding of how South African business works and how it has developed.The tour will emphasise South Africa’s progress in the sectors of energy, finance and mining; give journalists a glimpse into the country’s diversity of arts, culture and heritage; and inform them of South Africa’s well-established Muslim community and the way in which they are accommodated, including specialised Islamic business practices.The media tour follows a state visit by President Jacob Zuma to the UAE in November 2011. It is hoped that this strategy will help to facilitate business partnerships and investment with entities from the UAE and other Gulf states.At a dinner to welcome the group to South Africa, Brand South Africa CEO Miller Matola said that South Africa has a lot to offer, and there is great potential for business between the country and the UAE.“South Africa is at the centre of major shifts in the globe,” Matola said. “The country is a serious and relevant socio economic and political player globally.”Agro processing, energy, skills and technology have been identified as some of the major sectors where South Africa and UAE could form partnerships.“We believe there is more scope for investment and to work together,” said Matola.More than Nelson Mandela“I am looking for a reason to visit South Africa that is more than Nelson Mandela,” said Syrian journalist Bahaa Al awam, reporting for Sharjah-based Al Khaleej, the UAE’s top Arabic daily and one that is read by influential people such as government officials and decision-makers in business. The Constitutional Courst is the highest court in the land on matters relating to the Constitution, but was formerly a place notorious for the disregard of human rights.(Images: Janine Erasmus) He explained that his first thought about South Africa was of its former president and Nobel Peace laureate, now 93 years old and long retired from public life.“Then I did some more reading about your history, politics, economy and languages,” said Al awam, “and I realised that Nelson Mandela was not fighting alone for freedom, but that there were many people in the revolution.”He said that he didn’t know this until just before his trip, but was now keen to know more about the various reasons people visit South Africa.The country’s strong points for leisure tourists are its magnificent wildlife, spectacular landscapes, fascinating heritage, general friendliness of its citizens, and proven ability to host major international events such as the 2010 Fifa World Cup, the COP17 climate change summit, and many others.Gulf News reporter Mahmood Sabri said he worked with a number of South Africans who primed him for his tour to the country.“They all raved about South Africa and made me really look forward to coming here.”For the group of five, it was their first visit to South Africa and each of them showed a keen interest in the country and its history, and said they were excited to be here.A quick tour of historyHowever, the tour started off on a very Mandela-centric note, with a visit to Liliesleaf Farm in Rivonia north of Johannesburg. This heritage site was previously an African National Congress hideout and the place where Mandela, posing as a gardener, eluded the authorities until a raid in 1963 and subsequent arrests led to the infamous Rivonia Treason Trial.Afterwards the journalists headed for Soweto and the historic Mandela House, where they were treated to a brief summary of Mandela’s life after he arrived in Johannesburg in the 1940s.They were guided around the little house, built in 1945, where Mandela and his family lived amid unrest and fear in the township. Mandela went underground in 1961 but the rest of the family stayed on until they too were sent away.After Mandela’s release the family moved back into number 8115 Vilakazi Street, Orlando West.The historic suburb of Fordsburg was next on the itinerary. This area of downtown Johannesburg was originally set up for workers on the nearby gold mines but eventually came to house Johannesburg’s Indian and Muslim communities, as well as coloured, Chinese and Jewish people. This gave the suburb the multicultural sparkle for which it’s known today.One of Fordsburg’s well-known spots is the Delhi Palace, where up-and-coming lawyers Nelson Mandela and Oliver Tambo ate in the 1950s.The Fordsburg community eventually fell victim to forced removals in the 1970s, when many Indian families were transferred to Lenasia, about 30km away.The journalists rounded off their first day’s sightseeing with a visit to the Constitutional Court, where the doors are never locked and the public may freely enter the courtroom, even while it’s in session.Standing around the ever-burning flame of democracy, the group learned more about the history of the site. For much of its life it was a military outpost and prison, known as the Old Fort prison complex, a notorious institution where political prisoners and common criminals, both men and women, were held under the harshest of conditions.It became the site of the Constitutional Court in the 1990s, and today is as much a historical monument as it is a vital part of South Africa’s legislative system. The Constitution, which turns 15 in 2012, is viewed as South Africa’s supreme law. Source: Mediaclub South Africalast_img read more

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SHRM: August LINE Report

first_imgAccording to the SHRM Leading Indicators of National Employment (LINE) Report for August 2012, hiring will steadily continue in both the manufacturing and serivce sectors for the month of August.  A net of 40.6 percent of manufacturers will add jobs in August 2012 while 8.4 percent will cut jobs. Also, the manufacturing sector’s hiring index will rise in August on a year-over-year basis by a net of 5 points. Similarly, 28.6 percent of service-sector employees will add jobs in August, while 5.2 percent will trim payrolls. The layoff rate will fall in both sectors compared to August 2011.  The LINE Employment Report examines four key areas: employers’ hiring expectations, new-hire compensation, difficulty in recruiting top-level talent and job vacancies. It is based on a monthly survey of private-sector human resource professionals at more than 500 manufacturing and 500 service-sector companies. Together, these two sectors employ more than 90 percent of the nation’s private-sector workers. “A second piece of good news is that this month marks the first time since April 2011 that the year-over-year comparisons for employment expectations showed an increase in both sectors,” said Jennifer Schramm, GPHR, and manager of workplace trends and forecasting at SHRM.  Compared to August 2011, hiring will increase in both sectors. Recruiting difficulty reported in July 2012 rose slightly in both sectors, compared to that of a year ago; 1.2 points in manufacturing and slightly more in service, 4.3 points. The rate of increase for new-hire compensation rose slightly in July in manufacturing, while falling 6.1 points in the service sector. last_img read more

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Arizona’s virgin ant queens could shed light on the predictability of evolution

first_imgBefore a warming world turned Arizona’s lower elevations into desert 10,000 years ago, they were carpeted in wildflowers and forests. Rising above it all were the five Sky Islands: 2400-meter-tall mountains that hosted unique wildlife, including ants whose winged virgin queens swarmed the forests to found new colonies. But when desert swallowed the lowlands, all that remained of the ants’ stomping grounds were the forested peaks. To cope, the now-isolated colonies evolved an identical strategy: The queens lost their wings. New research shows that these parallel adaptations could shed light on a longstanding debate on the predictability of evolution.For a long time, biologists have wondered whether the evolutionary history of life on Earth would happen the same way if we hit the “rewind” button and started over. Some argue the course of evolution is largely predictable, but others say it is too dependent on random events to be repeatable.To explore this issue, Marie-Julie Favé, a biologist at the University of Montreal in Canada, focused on the ants of Arizona’s Sky Islands. The insects—Monomorium emersoni—started as a single population, but they became separated into five main groups when the desert encroached on their habitat. To deal with the new climate, queens in all of the groups lost their wings. Flying queens can go farther than flightless ones and significantly increase the territory of their colonies. But flight carries a high risk of death—ants floating on the breeze are much likelier to be blown into the desert, where they will die. When the land around the Sky Islands turned to desert, flight lost its advantage.Sign up for our daily newsletterGet more great content like this delivered right to you!Country *AfghanistanAland IslandsAlbaniaAlgeriaAndorraAngolaAnguillaAntarcticaAntigua and BarbudaArgentinaArmeniaArubaAustraliaAustriaAzerbaijanBahamasBahrainBangladeshBarbadosBelarusBelgiumBelizeBeninBermudaBhutanBolivia, Plurinational State ofBonaire, Sint Eustatius and SabaBosnia and HerzegovinaBotswanaBouvet IslandBrazilBritish Indian Ocean TerritoryBrunei DarussalamBulgariaBurkina FasoBurundiCambodiaCameroonCanadaCape VerdeCayman IslandsCentral African RepublicChadChileChinaChristmas IslandCocos (Keeling) IslandsColombiaComorosCongoCongo, The Democratic Republic of theCook IslandsCosta RicaCote D’IvoireCroatiaCubaCuraçaoCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkDjiboutiDominicaDominican RepublicEcuadorEgyptEl SalvadorEquatorial GuineaEritreaEstoniaEthiopiaFalkland Islands (Malvinas)Faroe IslandsFijiFinlandFranceFrench GuianaFrench PolynesiaFrench Southern TerritoriesGabonGambiaGeorgiaGermanyGhanaGibraltarGreeceGreenlandGrenadaGuadeloupeGuatemalaGuernseyGuineaGuinea-BissauGuyanaHaitiHeard Island and Mcdonald IslandsHoly See (Vatican City State)HondurasHong KongHungaryIcelandIndiaIndonesiaIran, Islamic Republic ofIraqIrelandIsle of ManIsraelItalyJamaicaJapanJerseyJordanKazakhstanKenyaKiribatiKorea, Democratic People’s Republic ofKorea, Republic ofKuwaitKyrgyzstanLao People’s Democratic RepublicLatviaLebanonLesothoLiberiaLibyan Arab JamahiriyaLiechtensteinLithuaniaLuxembourgMacaoMacedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic ofMadagascarMalawiMalaysiaMaldivesMaliMaltaMartiniqueMauritaniaMauritiusMayotteMexicoMoldova, Republic ofMonacoMongoliaMontenegroMontserratMoroccoMozambiqueMyanmarNamibiaNauruNepalNetherlandsNew CaledoniaNew ZealandNicaraguaNigerNigeriaNiueNorfolk IslandNorwayOmanPakistanPalestinianPanamaPapua New GuineaParaguayPeruPhilippinesPitcairnPolandPortugalQatarReunionRomaniaRussian FederationRWANDASaint Barthélemy Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da CunhaSaint Kitts and NevisSaint LuciaSaint Martin (French part)Saint Pierre and MiquelonSaint Vincent and the GrenadinesSamoaSan MarinoSao Tome and PrincipeSaudi ArabiaSenegalSerbiaSeychellesSierra LeoneSingaporeSint Maarten (Dutch part)SlovakiaSloveniaSolomon IslandsSomaliaSouth AfricaSouth Georgia and the South Sandwich IslandsSouth SudanSpainSri LankaSudanSurinameSvalbard and Jan MayenSwazilandSwedenSwitzerlandSyrian Arab RepublicTaiwanTajikistanTanzania, United Republic ofThailandTimor-LesteTogoTokelauTongaTrinidad and TobagoTunisiaTurkeyTurkmenistanTurks and Caicos IslandsTuvaluUgandaUkraineUnited Arab EmiratesUnited KingdomUnited StatesUruguayUzbekistanVanuatuVenezuela, Bolivarian Republic ofVietnamVirgin Islands, BritishWallis and FutunaWestern SaharaYemenZambiaZimbabweI also wish to receive emails from AAAS/Science and Science advertisers, including information on products, services and special offers which may include but are not limited to news, careers information & upcoming events.Required fields are included by an asterisk(*)“The Sky Islands are really a fascinating environment,” says Favé, who conducted the research while a graduate student at McGill University in Montreal. “Within half an hour, you can drive from the desert into the mountains whose forests look just like those in Quebec. It’s an enormous challenge for these ants to adapt to such a dramatic environmental gradient.”To find out how they adapted, the researchers sequenced genes from all five populations. They found a significant genetic divergence between the ants on the northern and southern mountain ranges, which reflected their historical isolation. With this as their baseline, they set out to examine the genetic and developmental basis for wing loss in the queens from the five populations.Thanks to extensive studies on wing development in fruit flies, the researchers were familiar with the network of genes that was likely to be involved in wing development in the ants. Using antibodies, they were able to see in the lab where the candidate genes were being expressed in the ants’ wing discs—small pouches of cells that later become adult wings. They identified the gene expression patterns for ants from all five populations, and found that some changes were repeated in each group, whereas others were unique.For example, the expression of a key gene involved in cell differentiation varied in each of the populations. Other genetic changes repeated themselves in each group, presumably because there are a limited number of ways to make wingless queens. For example, four genes involved in wing patterning all had similarly changed patterns of expression. This is the first study in wild populations to show that adaptation to climate change is a “mosaic” of random and predictable genetic changes, says lead author Ehab Abouheif, an evolutionary developmental biologist at McGill University, in a paper published online today in BMC Evolutionary Biology.The fact that the five populations evolved similar adaptations suggests that there is predictability to evolution, he says. But the randomness of evolutionary change is also apparent, because the separate ant populations are using slightly different genetic mechanisms to get to the same end.Abouheif says the results could have profound implications for understanding the genetic and developmental basis of adaptation to climate change. Current models that predict animals’ responses to climate change focus on demography—migration and changes in population size—but do not consider how climate change might alter a species’s development, in particular its ability to disperse.Greg Wray, a biologist at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, who was not involved in the study, says the authors were smart to use wing development in the well-studied fruit fly to understand wing development in the less well-understood flying ants. He also noted that the researchers’ ability to study five instances of the same evolutionary experiment in wild populations is particularly unusual. “What makes the Sky Islands so interesting for this particular study is the possibility that you can get independent replicates,” or copies of the same evolutionary experiment, he says.last_img read more

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Koke: ‘Bad memories from Turin’

first_imgAtletico Madrid midfielder Koke admits to having bad memories from Turin but believes Juventus are more than just Cristiano Ronaldo. Last season, a 2-0 home win against Juve was not enough to get Atleti past the Round of 16 as they were sent out of the Champions League by a Ronaldo hat-trick at Allianz Stadium. “Our last memories from Turin are not positive,” Koke said at a press conference. “Tomorrow we will do everything we can to win.” Los Colchoneros need the three points to book thier place in the knockout stages, whilst the Bianconeri are already through to the next phase. “We know we are playing one of the best and we will do what we can to get there. Every game is different, you need to step on the pitch with a desire to win. “We need to be more determined than we were last time we came here. Our advantage is that we have trained a lot and very well, we will do everything we can to win.” Even though CR7 proved decisive last time out, the Spaniard warned his team could ill-afford to forget about other potential threats. “I look at all of Juventus, who are of a high level. Cristiano Ronaldo is not the only one, but he has scored so many goals. “We will see if we can have a game like him.” The first match between the sides in Group D ended in a 2-2 draw at Wanda Metropolitano. Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/last_img read more

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Cristiano Ronaldo draws blank on Portugal return

first_imgUkraine snuffed out Portugal on Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to international football, defending stoutly as they held the European champions to a goalless draw in their opening Euro 2020 Group B qualifier on Friday. Ronaldo was handed the captain’s armband by Portugal coach Fernando Santos for his comeback nine months since he last played for his country, in the 2018 World Cup, but the Juventus attacker couldn’t help his side find a way past Andriy Shevchenko’s stubborn outfit. The draw was the first time Santos’ side have failed to score at home in 19 matches and leaves them second in the group behind Luxembourg, who beat Lithuania 2-1. “We didn’t play as we wanted to. We started slowly, not pressing the way we wanted,” said Manchester City midfielder Bernardo Silva.Related News “The second half we tried to create chances to go after the game but unfortunately we didn’t score.” William Carvalho had a fine header ruled out for offside in the 16th minute and Ronaldo, Pepe and Andre Silva all went close to opening the scoring, but Ukraine stopper Andriy Pyatov was on fine form to deny them. Ronaldo, who was rested for the last six Portugal games while he settled at new club Juventus, was one of the few players who looked like he had any idea of how to break Ukraine down, but he couldn’t inspire his team to victory. In the end the away side could have snatched the three points through Junior Moraes, only for the debutant to fluff a golden chance to grab a shock win. “We fulfilled our gameplan in defence, 100 percent. Not conceding at the home of the European champions is a great result,” said a satisfied Shevchenko. “There were some stages in the game where we didn’t do well. But Portugal were reshaping very well on the pitch and created us lots of difficulties.” Portugal take on Serbia, who are yet to play in the five-man group, in Lisbon on Monday, while Ukraine travel to group leaders Luxembourg. Catch up on all the latest sports news and updates here. Also download the new mid-day Android and iOS apps to get latest updates Spain great Iker Casillas: Wrong to award Ballon d’Or to Cristiano Ronaldo Euro 2020 qualifiers: Portugal through after 2-0 win Kane, Ron do the ‘trick last_img read more

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Mithali Raj feels India can be the surprise element in World T20

first_imgIndia registered a historic double series win against the South African but ODI captain Mithali Raj is certain that the team can be a surprise element in the World T20 come November.The Indian women’s team scripted history on Saturday when they beat South Africa women by 54 runs in the fifth and final T20 international.The Harmanpreet Kaur-led side displayed an all-round performance as they outclassed the Dane van Niekerk-led team, bowling them out for 112 to lift the T20 series trophy by a margin of 3-1 in the five-match series.CHAMPIONS! #SAvIND pic.twitter.com/Bz2d9rK0sKBCCI Women (@BCCIWomen) February 24, 2018″The team still requires a lot of hard work in a lot of areas when it comes to the T20 format. We have been very good in the one-day format, but the way the girls have responded to this format in South Africa, I think there is a lot of scope that we can be a surprise element in the World T20,” Raj, 35, told ESPN Cricinfo.”Now people back home are keen to watch on television, they want to know what the Indian women’s team is doing in South Africa.”It is just unfortunate the one-dayers weren’t televised but I am happy the T20s were televised and we have given a very good result. So, getting back home, we have the tri-series against Australia and England, which is again going to be televised so I am hoping all of you will get glued to the TV and start cheering for India,” the veteran batswoman added.advertisementAround Raj, there is a younger crop of promising young cricketers to ease the burden from her shoulders.Th likes of Smriti Mandhana, Harmanpreet Kaur and Veda Krishnamurthy provide middle-order muscle, and in 17-year old Jemimah Rodrigues, who shared a 98-run stand with Raj in the series clincher, a star is being nurtured.”Yes, that has helped my batting, knowing that the team is not completely dependent on me,” she said.”I can at times take that initiative to try out a few strokes in the middle, without getting bothered if I get out. I am very happy that we have more than one or two match-winners in the squad. That makes it a very strong squad.”Not a fan of the T20 format, Raj said she is confident of becoming a good player in the shortest format of the game by tuning herself to that mode.”Honestly, I am not someone who is very fond of the T20 format.”But since I am preparing for the T20 World Cup, it was important for me to start scoring runs in this format to gain that momentum. I am very happy that this series has given me that confidence that I can be a T20 player.”It is a conscious effort to turn my game so that I can get used to the T20 format because as an opener it is important that I have all-round shots and also see that aerial route, because the first six overs are crucial so you can give a start to the team.”India’s next international assignment is against Australia, with the first of three ICC Women’s Championship matches beginning on March 12.It is a busy calendar for India as they will also host Australia and England in a T20I tri-series in March, followed by three ODIs against England at home.(With inputs from IANS)last_img read more

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