Tanya Steele is new WWF-UK Chief Executive

first_img Tanya Steele has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of WWF-UK, and will take up her role at the beginning of 2017.The experienced fundraiser is currently Interim UK Chief Executive at Save the Children. Before that she was Executive Director for Marketing, Fundraising and Communications at the children’s charity, where she significantly increased levels of income through fundraising campaigns, partnerships, and new commercial ventures.Before joining Save the Children, Steele spent over a decade working in product development, marketing and communications in the technology sector, holding senior roles at Siemens and BT.She takes over at WWF-UK from David Nussbaum, who leaves on 30 September to become Chief Executive at the peace and human rights organisation, The Elders. Glyn Davies, Executive Director of Global Programmes at WWF-UK will act as interim CEO until Steele joins.WWF-UK has over half a million supporters and an annual income exceeding £60m in the financial year to June 2015. Internationally WWF has over 5 million supporters and a global network active in over 100 countries. Tanya Steele is new WWF-UK Chief Executive Advertisement  213 total views,  1 views today Howard Lake | 27 September 2016 | News Tagged with: Management Recruitment / people About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.  214 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6last_img read more

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Production of soma and gonad in maturing male Illex argentinus (Mollusca: Cephalopoda)

first_imgSamples of male Illex argentinus were taken from the catch of a Japanese squid jigging vessel on the Patagonian Shelf during March 1986 and an analysis was carried out on the morphometrics of the somatic and reproductive organ systems in relation to maturation. The data show that growth and maturation occurred simultaneously during most of the time that Illex argentinus males were on the feeding grounds over the southern Patagonian Shelf. In a squid of a ‘standard’ mantle length the whole body mass increased relative to mantle length during maturation and this could be attributed to the increase in mass of the reproductive and accessory reproductive organs. During maturation the mantle and digestive gland mass showed no significant change relative to mantle length. The mass of the head increased and the mass of the viscera decreased relative to mantle length. In male Illex argentinus, as in the female, the energy and nutrient resources for maturation are derived from the squid’s food and during the course of maturation there is an increasing shift of emphasis from somatic growth to production of gonad and accessory reproductive organs. The proportional investment of body mass in reproductive and accessory reproductive organs predicted for a fully mature male Illex argentinus was less than half that of the female.last_img read more

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Lettuce Partners With ACLU, HeadCount To Bring “Participation Row” On The Road

first_imgLettuce has partnered with the American Civil Liberties Union, HeadCount, and WhyHunger for their winter tour, which is slated to kick off in Atlanta on Wednesday, February 7th. All three organizations will have tables and volunteers at each upcoming concert, offering fans plenty of opportunities to take action and potentially win a poster signed by the band.“The issues associated with these three organizations are issues that we care deeply about,” says Lettuce drummer Adam Deitch. “We’re excited for our fans to not only have a good time at our shows, but also leave feeling that they are making an impact in the world.”All of the non-profit activity will be organized by HeadCount, a nonpartisan organization that registers voters and promotes civic engagement in the music scene. The group often organizes “participation rows” at festivals and major amphitheater shows, but Lettuce is one of the first band’s to bring the experience on the road to theaters and clubs. Level, a Denver-based philanthropic consulting firm, is also assisting with the project.“This is a great opportunity for us to get out the vote in the most meaningful way,” said Andy Bernstein, HeadCount’s executive director. “By working with the ACLU and WhyHunger, we’re reminding people what’s at stake in each election and bringing issues to the forefront that are important to the band and their fans.”“I believe in unity and equality,” added Lettuce bassist Jesus Coombs. “We humans are so much more powerful than we are trained to believe. We can do mighty and magnificent things when we are connected through love and respect.”Lettuce will swing through much of the country on their upcoming tour, which wraps up with a two-night run the Madison Theater in Covington, KY on March 30th and 31st. A full list of tour dates can be found below. Tickets for the shows are available via the band’s website.Lettuce 2018 Winter Tour:February 7 – Atlanta, GA (Variety Playhouse)February 8 – New Orleans, LA (Joy Theater)February 9 – Houston, TX (House of Blues)February 10 – Austin, TX (Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater)February 13 – Las Vegas, NV (Brooklyn Bowl)February 14 – San Diego, CA (Observatory at North Park)February 15 – Los Angeles, CA (Wiltern Theater)February 16 – Oakland, CA (Fox Theater)February 17 – Portland, OR (Roseland Theater)February 18 – Seattle, WA (The Showbox)February 20 – Missoula, MT (Wilma Theatre)February 22 – St. Paul, MN (Palace Theatre)February 23 – Chicago, IL (Riviera Theatre)February 24 – Detroit, MI (St. Andrew’s Hall)February 25 – Cleveland, OH (House of Blues)March 22 – Huntington, NY (The Paramount)March 23 – Port Chester, NY (The Capitol Theatre)March 24 – Port Chester, NY (The Capitol Theatre)March 26 – Hartford, CT (Infinity Hall)March 28 – Richmond, VA (The National)March 29 – Greensboro, NC (Blind Tiger)March 30 – Covington, KY (Madison Theater)March 31 – Covington, KY (Madison Theater)[Photo: Alex Varsa]last_img read more

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How to save money when your budget is tight

first_imgWe all try to save a little money here and there, and sometimes it can be tough to find extra money to save. While it can be a challenge, it’s definitely not impossible to save money when your money is tight. Here are three ways you can save when your funds are already low…Find deals online: When you think of sites like Groupon or Living Social the first thing that pops into your head may be entertainment and dining out. While these sites can be a good source for deals on these types of things, you can actually use them for a lot more. You can find deals on electronics, automotive repair, health and beauty, home services and more! The best way to find these deals is to check out the sites and browse around. If these are products and services that you’re already going to pay for, you may as well save a few bucks in the process.Trim the fat: When you go on a diet, you may start noticing a little bit of weight loss in many areas of your body. Your stomach, neck, face, arms and legs may all start to get a little slimmer. You should treat your budget the exact same way. Don’t just try to cut back (or completely cut out) one budget item, but take a few bucks from a lot of different places. Some bills are obviously set in stone, but you will probably be able to find a few areas where you can cut back a little here and there. Take advantage of these savings and you’ll see it really add up. Plus, you won’t feel like you’re having to cut anything out of your budget completely.Spend more time at home: There more you’re on-the-go, the more you’re going to eat meals out, and spend frivolously on things you don’t really need. Instead of meeting your friends out for dinner and a movie, host a potluck dinner (where everybody brings something) and watch your favorite Blu-ray. You’ll save money, plus you can pause the movie when you have to go to the bathroom. 375SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Detailslast_img read more

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All clear for Atletico after more tests reveal no COVID-19 cases

first_imgAtletico MadridKampala, Uganda | XINHUA |  Atletico Madrid have confirmed that a second round of tests carried out on Sunday, after two players had previously tested positive for COVID-19, show nobody else in the squad has been infected.The club informed that the two affected players are defender Sime Vrsaljko and forward Angel Correa, who had both given permission for their names to be released.The news comes after the club suspended its Monday training session ahead of their planned trip to Lisbon, where they will face RB Leipzig in the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League.The club adds that both Vrsaljko and Correa are asymptomatic and “remaining in their homes,” and that the remaining members of the Lisbon party will now travel to Portugal on Tuesday. The initial positive tests for COVID-19 had raised fears that a second round of testing could yield more positive results and place Atletico’s participation in the Champions League in doubt.****XINHUA Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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Breast Cancer Basics – What You Should Know About Mammograms And…

first_imgThe goal of the Paint the Town Pink campaign is to get women, age 40 and older, to schedule their annual mammograms and to raise funds for screening mammograms for women who can’t afford them. Here are questions and answers about mammography and breast cancer from the National Institute of Cancer.What is a mammogram?A mammogram is an x-ray picture of the breast.
Mammograms can be used to check for breast cancer in women who have no signs or symptoms of the disease. This type of mammogram is called a screening mammogram. Screening mammograms usually involve two x-ray pictures, or images, of each breast. The x-ray images make it possible to detect tumors that can’t be felt. Screening mammograms can also find microcalcifications (tiny deposits of calcium) that sometimes indicate the presence of breast cancer.
Mammograms can also be used to check for breast cancer after a lump or other sign or symptom of the disease has been found. This type of mammogram is called a diagnostic mammogram. Signs of breast cancer may include pain, skin thickening, nipple discharge, or a change in breast size or shape; however, these signs may also be indicators of benign conditions. A diagnostic mammogram can also be used to evaluate changes found during a screening mammogram or to view breast tissue when it is difficult to obtain a screening mammogram because of special circumstances, such as the presence of breast implants.How are screening and diagnostic mammograms different?Diagnostic mammography takes longer than screening mammography because more x-rays are needed to obtain views of the breast from several angles. The technician may magnify a suspicious area to produce a detailed picture that can help the doctor make an accurate diagnosis.What are the benefits of screening mammograms?Early detection of breast cancer with screening mammography means that treatment can be started earlier in the course of the disease, possibly before it has spread. Results from randomized clinical trials and other studies show that screening mammography can help reduce the number of deaths from breast cancer among women ages 40 to 74, especially for those over age 50.What are the National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) recommendations for screening mammograms?Women age 40 and older should have mammograms every one to two years. Women who are at higher than average risk of breast cancer should talk with their health-care providers about whether to have mammograms before age 40 and how often to have them.What factors increase a woman’s risk of breast cancer?The strongest risk factor for breast cancer is age. A woman’s risk of developing this disease increases as she gets older. The risk of breast cancer, however, is not the same for all women in a given age group. Research has shown that women with the following risk factors have an increased chance of developing breast cancer:Personal history of breast cancerWomen who have had breast cancer are more likely to develop a second breast cancer.Family historyA woman’s chance of developing breast cancer increases if her mother, sister, and/or daughter have been diagnosed with the disease, especially if they were diagnosed before age 50. Having a close male blood relative with breast cancer also increases a woman’s risk of developing the disease.Genetic alterations (changes)Inherited changes in certain genes (for example, BRCA1, BRCA2, and others) increase the risk of breast cancer. These changes are estimated to account for no more than 10 percent of all breast cancers. However, women who carry certain changes in these genes have a much higher risk of breast cancer than women who do not carry these changes.Breast densityWomen who have a high percentage of dense breast tissue have a higher risk of breast cancer than women of similar age who have little or no dense tissue in their breasts. Some of this increase may reflect the “masking” effect of fibroglandular tissue on the ability to detect tumors on mammograms.Certain breast changes found on biopsyLooking at breast tissue under a microscope allows doctors to determine whether cancer or another type of breast change is present. Most breast changes are not cancer, but some may increase the risk of developing breast cancer.Reproductive and menstrual historyWomen who had their first menstrual period before age 12 or who went through menopause after age 55 are at increased risk of developing breast cancer. Women who had their first full-term pregnancy after age 30 or who have never had a full-term pregnancy are also at increased risk of breast cancer.Long-term use of menopausal hormone therapyWomen who use combined estrogen and progestin menopausal hormone therapy for more than five years have an increased chance of developing breast cancer.Radiation therapyWomen who had radiation therapy to the chest (including the breasts) before age 30 have an increased risk of developing breast cancer throughout their lives. This includes women treated for Hodgkin lymphoma. Studies show that the younger a woman was when she received treatment, the higher her risk of developing breast cancer later in life.AlcoholStudies indicate that the more alcohol a woman drinks, the greater her risk of breast cancer.DES (diethylstilbestrol)The drug DES was given to some pregnant women in the United States between 1940 and 1971 to prevent miscarriage. Women who took DES during pregnancy may have a slightly increased risk of breast cancer. The effects of DES exposure on breast cancer risk in their daughters are unclear and still under study.Body weightStudies have found that the chance of getting breast cancer after menopause is higher in women who are overweight or obese.Physical activity levelWomen who are physically inactive throughout life may have an increased risk of breast cancer. Being active may help reduce risk by preventing weight gain and obesity.Additional information about breast cancer and mammography is available from the National Institute of Cancer at the National Institutes of Health at www.Cancer.gov/cancertopics/screening/breast/mammogram.last_img read more

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Abrosimoff powers Mt. Sentinel past LVR Junior Bombers

first_imgFor the second time in four days the Mount Sentinel Wildcats beat up on their district rivals from L.V. Rogers on the basketball court.Aaron Abrosimoff scored a game high 18 points, including 10 in the opening quarter, to spark the Wildcats to a 44-32 West Kootenay High School Junior Boy’s Basketball victory Wednesday at the South Slocan School.Abrosimoff, who scored 11 points in a weekend victory during the Stanley Humphries Rockers Junior Boy’s Tournament, continued to torch the Bombers with his slick play in the post.Bombers had no answer as the host Cats held period leads of 16-5 and 26-9 at the half.At one stage in the second half Mount Sentinel led by as many as 24 points before the Junior Bombers applied a full-court press to cut the margin to eight points late in the game.Kie Miller had 14 for Mount Sentinel while Brandon Sookeroff added eight points. Replying for LVR were Jack Roberts with nine, Dyllan Dixon scored seven and Thomas Baxter, Josh Jolicoeur and Brock Dixon each had four.The Junior Bombers return to the court Saturday when the club hosts a one-day mini tournament.Grand Forks Wolves, Stanley Humphries of Castlegar and Boundary Central of Midway are the teams joining the Bombers in the tourney.Game begin at 11 a.m. with SHSS meeting Grand Forks.The Junior  Bombers take to the court for games at 12:30 p.m. and 2:15 p.m.Senior Bombers host Mount Baker WildThe LVR Senior Bombers, fresh off a tournament in Salmon Arm, play host to the Mount Baker Wild of Cranbrook in a two-game set beginning Friday at the Hangar.Friday’s game tips off at 7 p.m.Saturday, game time is set for 9:15 a.m.last_img read more

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The Agony and the Ecstasy

first_imgLocal boy Grant “Twiggy” Baker clinchesthe top spot.(Image: Barry Tuck, Red Bull photofiles) Dave Smith of South Africa gets a littlehelp in preparing for the Red BullBig Wave Africa competition.(Image: Jennifer Stern)Jennifer SternThe tenth annual Red Bull Big Wave Africa competition, which was held in 15- to 20-foot surf at Dungeons in Cape Town on Saturday 26th July, was an unmitigated success – possibly the best one in the history of the event.The fantastic, frightening and notoriously fickle Dungeons redeemed itself by providing spectacular waves on only the second day of the five-week window period. Yes, the date of the competition is not set beforehand. Instead, all the competitors, organisers, support staff, press and spectators stand by for the entire five weeks, logging on to the website regularly and waiting for the magic green-light SMS. This means that foreign professional surfers need to spend a full five weeks in Cape Town for a one-day competition. And, not that it’s surprising, they don’t mind at all.The Red Bull Big Wave Africa (BWA) is one of the three top paddle-in big-wave competitions in the world. For the uninitiated, on some big-wave spots, the waves are just too fast for surfers to paddle in to, so they are towed onto the wave by jet skis or rubber ducks. While this is by no means a wussy option, there is something magical about catching an enormous wave under your own steam.And Dungeons is certainly a contender for the title of the world’s best paddle-in big wave. California-based Greg Long says ‘Dungeons is the place to get the biggest waves in the world between June and August.’ So it’s not surprising that he spends those months in Hout Bay, which is as close as he can get to the object of his desire – Dungeons. Clearly he’s a man who likes a challenge, as he also categorically states that Dungeons is the most difficult paddle-in wave he has ever surfed – and he’s spent hours on all the well-known big-wave spots in the world, dividing his year between California, Mexico and Cape Town with short trips to Hawaii and other big wave destinations in between.By invitation onlyAnd Long is no exception. There are twenty-four invited competitors – twelve South Africans and twelve internationals – with a small reserve of alternates. And they are all absolutely dedicated athletes. They have to be. Dungeons is no place for sissies, and anyone taking off on that wave with less than 100% dedication is in trouble. These are all seriously hard men – but with big boyish smiles and an apparent easy-going attitude to life. They train hard, they surf hard, they – literally – lay their lives on the line every time they paddle in to a monster wave and – of course – they play hard. They take life seriously but enjoy every second of it.In the same way that a big wave is no place for the faint-hearted, it’s also no place for the arrogant. There is never any concept of conquering the ocean, or any of that macho stuff. Surfers really do have to be in tune – especially with a wave the size of Dungeons. And the Big Wave Africa family seems to be an astonishingly close community without being cliquish. In fact, the competition is an interesting mix of supreme professionalism and a fun day out for a bunch of friends. While all the surfers are serious competitive athletes with training schedules as hard and strenuous as any Olympian, they genuinely seem to be going out there to have a good time.Mickey Duffus, the original BWA director and a competitor every year since the inception of the event, describes one of the highlights of the last ten years, “I think seeing the guys in 2003, the year that Greg [Long] won, when the guys came back in the boat and they were all… you could see something, didn’t know what happened, there was a bond, a real strong bond and only when they got onto the podium, and said they are sharing the prize money, to me that is the highlight, that collective decision they made, to me that is the spirit of the whole thing ….. it’s really just the camaraderie of the whole thing.”And that’s how it started, really. In the late nineties, a small cadre of hard-core Cape Town locals were surfing Dungeons, and the BWA just sort of happened. Somehow, between Red Bull CEO, Tony Henek and Mickey Duffus, the idea of a big wave competition was born – and there was absolutely no question that the venue would be Dungeons.Location, location, locationWhat makes Dungeons special is a combination of its underwater topography and its position right in the path of swells generated deep in the Antarctic. There are no butterflies in Antarctica so, when a penguin flaps its wings, it creates a little current of air that combines with others and starts pushing the sea into little ripples. And the little ripples combine with others and become bigger ripples and so on. And the longer the ride those little ripples have, the more chance they have to grow up to be big waves. And the Southern Ocean is a big place. So, by the time they’ve reached the outskirts of Cape Town they are so not little. They’re big, long, deep, ocean swells that get deflected around Vulcan Rock and Tafelberg Reef – two submarine structures much loved by Cape Town divers in the calmer summer months. And once around these underwater hills, the swells recombine – sometimes stacking one on top of the other, sometimes pushing the swell off to one side. That’s what makes Dungeons so tricky and unpredictable. But it’s also what gives it those enormous waves.So the 1999 competition went ahead with not much in the way of fanfare or infrastructure – or waves for that matter – but Red Bull persevered and thought they’d give it another try. In 2000, they set up a proper water safety system under the auspices of the legendary USA-based water safety expert, Shaun Alladio. Dungeons was a bit more generous with the waves that year, and the resulting video footage was seen around the world and piqued the interest of a few of the international big-wave chargers who were surprised and delighted to discover that there was one mother of a wave off the fabulously visitable city of Cape Town.The rest is history. Every year it’s got bigger, and every year it’s got a little more professional and a bit more organised. In 2003 Mickey Duffus decided that he couldn’t handle being director of the event and surfing in it, so he handed the reins over to Gary Linden, who was joined by Jonathan Paarman in 2006.And – this – the tenth BWA was considered by many to be the best so far. Greg Long, who won the prize for the biggest barrel said, ‘I always knew Dungeons had the potential to paddle in to the biggest wave and the biggest barrel. This was the culmination of eight years.’ It’s hard to measure the size of a wave but the biggest 2008 wave was officially about 25 foot, which means the face of the wave is about double that – 50-odd feet. Think that over – it’s about 15m or five or six storeys.When asked if he’d be back next year, Long smiled as if spending the southern winter anywhere else was crazy, and added that Cape Town was probably his favourite place in the world – a combination of Dungeons of course, the local surfers who have all become his friends, and the good red wine.South African takes top honoursThe competition was won by Durban-based Grant “Twiggy” Baker with Brazilian Carlos Burle second and Greg Long third. Long also won the Billabong Biggest Tube award by riding a barrel that you could probably (theoretically) drive a bus through. Burle won the Von Zipper Deep Throat Award for courage and commitment in taking on challenging waves. Other speciality awards include the Sensi Threads Biggest Wave Award, which was won by local Capetonian James Taylor, and the Dakine Ikaika Award for Special Moments, was awarded to Hawaiian Mark Healy. “Special moments” usually include a wipe-out of note.And wipe-outs are not uncommon on this unforgiving wave. The casualty count for the 2008 competition included one burst ear drum, one concussion, and one dislocated shoulder – as well as a relatively minor injury amongst the press photographers on the rubber ducks lurking just outside the impact zone. Oh – and about 15-20 surfboards – almost one per competitor.If you’re wondering why it’s called Dungeons – ask anyone who’s been held down by one of those big waves for 10, 20 or 30 seconds. Dungeons are cold, dark, scary places – and that’s pretty much what it feels like when you’re being tossed around in the kelp and being pounded into the reef by a few hundred tons of icy Atlantic.It’s no place for the faint-hearted.Useful linksRed Bull Big Wave AfricaRed BullSurfing South Africalast_img read more

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Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast, June 20, 2019

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Showers continue today and we may see a thunderstorm or two around, mostly in western Ohio, but action today will generally try to start tapering off later this afternoon and evening. Additional rains today will be from .25”-.75”, but a lot of that will be front-loaded to this morning. Today’s rain coverage will be around 80%.  We are dry statewide tomorrow, for the entire day. Temps will try to rebound a bit with the sun, and it will feel much warmer after today’s cooler surge.  Rain is back for the weekend, but not nearly to the extent that we had been fearing up to this point. We still have rain potential each day, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, but amounts and coverage are significantly lower. For Saturday and Sunday, we can see showers with a few hundredths to .4″ potential on Saturday, and then a few hundredths to .75″ on Sunday. Coverage will be around 40% on Saturday and then also 40% on Sunday. Thunderstorms have the best potential Sunday down in south central Ohio. Rains Monday can be from .1”-.6” with 75% coverage. We see some lingering showers now on Tuesday too, and will allow for up to .25″ of moisture in our forecast this morning for that period. The map at right shows rain totals through next Tuesday.  We are a little drier in our forecast for the balance of next week. We turn out partly to mostly sunny for next Wednesday and Thursday. although we cant say there wont be a couple of hiccups. On Wednesday, clouds may linger in far east and northeast Ohio.  On Thursday we won’t completely rule out a renegade shower or two in central Ohio, but nothing significant or well organized. For Friday and Saturday, all of Ohio turns out partly to mostly sunny.  So, overall, while the near term forecast is not great with a pattern that suggests still too much moisture, we are looking at slightly better conditions trying to develop Tuesday afternoon forward next week. But we have to see data continue to back that up in the days ahead. Temperatures will do no better than normal to below during this entire period. In fact, we do not look for any period over the next 3 weeks where we see above normal GDDs…meaning we have no real warm air surging in. We need heat units, but likely do not pick any more than we normally would, and probably a lot less, in the coming weeks.last_img read more

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10 months agoYan Valery proud of Southampton breakthrough

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Yan Valery proud of Southampton breakthroughby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveYan Valery is delighted to have made his debut for Southampton.The 19-year-old right back has graduated from Saints’ under-23 side to regular first team action in the space of six weeks. He told the Daily Echo: “Obviously, I wanted to become the first choice right back at Southampton.“I can’t say I could see it coming, but I was ready and waiting for it. It’s been amazing.“I’ve worked hard in the under-23’s and we were doing great this season. I wanted to improve myself and become a better player.“I’ve been playing a lot and the manager has shown me that he trusts me, so I’ve been really pleased with it.“I just wanted to give it back on the pitch, so it’s been really good.“If you are the first choice right-back in the Premier League then you can start thinking about the national team as well.“I’ve got a lot of dreams and targets but the main one was to be the first choice right-back at this club.“It’s been a really big month for me and my family, they are really proud of it.” last_img read more

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