View post tag: chief View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval View post tag: Mayport Training & Education View post tag: Master View post tag: News by topic Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: Master Chief Petty Officer of Navy Visits Mayport Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON)(AW/NAC) Mike D. Stevens visited Naval Station Mayport, Fla., Nov. 8-10, to discuss his ‘Zeroing in on Excellence’ initiative.MCPON met with area chiefs to discuss his initiative that he released in four letters to the Chiefs’ Mess Nov. 6, and used this trip as his first opportunity to assess communication success. “If you have seen, read or heard of the initiative that I recently sent out called ‘Zeroing in on Excellence’ raise your hand,” said Stevens. Three quarters of the approximately 150 chief petty officers raised their hand. MCPON discussed the basics of the idea behind the initiative and the three focus areas of: developing leaders, good order and discipline, and controlling what we own. “What the ‘Zeroing in on Excellence’ initiative provides you is the framework within which you can work,” said Stevens. “It’s my charge to every chief petty officer in the Navy to look at it, especially the leaders within the mess, and ask themselves, ‘What is it we can do to support this and sustain it?’ I’m not interested in a flash in the pan, here-now-gone-tomorrow effort.”MCPON explained that if a leader is ineffective, then the command is ineffective.MCPON also visited commands and Sailors throughout the base including USS Philippine Sea (CG 58). While there, a Sailor asked MCPON for advice on becoming MCPON. “I have been in the Navy for 30 years,” said Stevens. “After all that time, here is what I can tell you about being successful; work hard, stay out of trouble and be a good and decent person. If you do those things, you will be a success in anything that you do.”While visiting USS De Wert (FFG 45), MCPON met with the Chiefs’ Mess and to discuss his initiative and and team cohesion. “I’m asking you, as chief petty officers, to be strategically smart,” said Stevens. “Recognize where the world is at, where our economy is at, to recognize where the Navy is at and where we are going. You have to be smart. Think about the things you personally own in your organization that will ultimately impact those strategic decisions when we come together collectively as a Chiefs’ Mess.”Fleet engagements are intended to provide senior leadership with a frontline assessment of Sailors and what they are doing in the fleet.[mappress]Naval Today Staff,November 14, 2012; Image: US Navy View post tag: Officer View post tag: Petty USA: Master Chief Petty Officer of Navy Visits Mayport November 14, 2012 View post tag: visits Share this article
Beloved rock n’ roller Steve Winwood continues to stay active, recently touring with Steely Dan and performing his own headlining gigs. The multi-instrumentalist has a career packed with hits from bands like the Spencer Davis Group, Traffic and Blind Faith, making each show a unique opportunity to capture his iconic catalog in the live setting.Fortunately for fans, Winwood has announced plans for a 10-date run of shows. Primarily along the East Coast, Winwood will hit venues like the Beacon Theatre, The Orpheum Theatre, Ryman Auditorium and so many more! The tour runs from April 20th through May 10th, hitting venues up and down the coastline and ending at the Hard Rock Live in Orlando, FL.Check out the full tour schedule below, and head to Winwood’s Facebook page for details.Steve Winwood Tour DatesApr 20 – The Space At Westbury Theater, Westbury, NYApr 21 – The Beacon Theatre, New York NYApr 22 – Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PAApr 24 – Count Basie Theater, Red Bank, NJApr 25 – The Lyric, Baltimore, MDApr 27 – Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MAApr 28 – Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket, CTApr 29 – Seneca Allegany Event Center, Salamanca, NYMay 1 – Warner Theatre, Washington, DCMay 2 – Carpenter Theatre, Richmond, VAMay 5 – St. Augustine Amphitheatre, Saint Augustine, FLMay 6 – Hard Rock Live Orlando, Orlando, FLMay 9 – Peace Center Concert Hall, Greenville, SCMay 10 – Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN
“I’m dealing with a lot of uncertainty,” said Ilian Meza-Peña ’17, whose eligibility under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy is due to expire next December. “Is the University going to add more mental health counselors who are aware of the cultural issues?”“I don’t have a passport. I was smuggled over the border to Turkey,” explained Aref Ebrahimi, a candidate for an A.L.B. from the Extension School, a special student at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and a researcher at Harvard Medical School, as well as a refugee from Iran. “What’s the easiest way to deal with this?”These were only two of the questions raised by members of the Harvard community on Wednesday afternoon when representatives of the Harvard International Office, the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs, and Harvard Law School’s Immigration and Refugee Clinic held a town hall to offer information and perspectives in light of the new Washington administration’s executive orders on immigration and refugees. A number of Harvard’s Schools have been holding similar sessions for their concerned students.Citing President Drew Faust’s recent “We Are All Harvard” statement, distributed to the University community, Vice Provost Mark C. Elliott opened the meeting. “The University is deeply committed to being an open, welcoming, and deeply international community,” he said. With approximately 10,000 international students and scholars, the largest number in any U.S. university, Harvard is “frustrated and distressed by the effect that this order is already having on our community,” he said.Elliott said Harvard had been active even before the latest executive order was signed, holding meetings “at the highest levels,” not only among University officials, but with officials from other universities and institutions across the country.Elements of that action, as well as practical advice, were then presented by fellow panelists Maureen Martin, director of Immigration Services at the Harvard International Office, and Jason Corral of the Law School’s Immigrant and Refugee Clinic, who had originally been hired to represent students who are undocumented, with DACA support.With the help of a Powerpoint demonstration, the panel first broke down what three relevant executive orders actually say. One temporarily suspends the issuance of visas abroad and the entry into the United States by people from seven predominately Muslim countries (Iran, Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Libya, and Sudan). Another order temporarily suspends the admission of all refugees and calls for an indefinite suspension of admission of refugees from Syria. And one calls for the immediate construction of a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and for reinforcement of internal immigration enforcement.Some implications of these orders are clear. “People from those seven countries should not try to travel outside the U.S.,” said Martin. She also noted that rumors of other countries being included in the ban, or in a future one, have made many foreign scholars leery of travel. “Everybody is anxious, and we understand that. We’re here to help you work through it.”The international office, she said, has been in touch with all the scholars from overseas who have registered that they are traveling — and recommends that all members of the University community who are considering travel register their plans. In addition, the Immigration and Refugee Clinic has been providing information and advice.Executive orders, explained Corral, cannot make new law. In fact, if they contradict an existing law, that “law trumps the order,” he said, to laughter. This order of precedence is the basis for legal challenges to the orders, as are the existing visa and DACA regulations themselves. For example, in some cases, visa applications must be considered within a certain time period. “If they take longer, they are in violation of established law,” said Corral.A checklist of documents that international students should carry if traveling was projected: a passport, if possible, or a green card, and a visa with a valid travel signature and valid travel stamp. Other suggested items include a letter from Harvard attesting to one’s status in the University community, a resume or CV, and the phone number of someone at Harvard. (While the director of a scholar’s specific program was mentioned as a contact, it was also pointed out that the University’s travel assistance number, 617-998-0000, is staffed around the clock.)“Even for domestic travel,” suggested Corral. “I’d be very cautious and travel with information.”The panel then took questions that ranged from specifics about possible changes in H1-B and OPT visas to options for housing after graduation. Questions about travel for emergencies, such as a death in the family, or for formerly routine conferences or interviews, were answered with candid concern. “Over-document,” suggested Corral. “Come talk to us first,” advised Martin.As a Baha’i, Ebrahimi counts as a religious minority, which should exempt him from some of the latest orders’ impact. Still, citing his interest in pursuing a career in global health, he remains frustrated and confused. “I’m grateful for the opportunity,” he said. “But this makes the U.S. a big prison for me.”After the roughly 90-minute meeting, Meza-Peña still had questions. “I feel good about Jason being hired,” she said. Still, she worried that some of her issues hadn’t been addressed. As she was explaining, a clinical social worker from the University Health Services approached her, ideally to continue a useful dialogue.
Let’s Make a DealDuring summer 2016, the Dell-EMC deal closed, creating experiences not typical for interns. Jake Correira (below), who interned in human resources at EMC in Hopkinton, Mass, and Rose Glendinning, who interned in human resources at Dell in Round Rock, Texas, were both engaged in the integration during their internships.“I worked on some of the organizational design for the Dell EMC integration,” Correira said. “It surprised me to be assigned work of that magnitude, but I was also very happy that I had the opportunity to work on something so significant.”Glendinning’s assignment pushed her out of her comfort zone and into a world of ambiguity. She worked on streamlining different work streams on both the Dell and EMC side so that everyone was on the same page come day one of the integration.“I coordinated training for processes, tools and procedures so the HR business partners had the right information for their business units,” she said. “We provided a full picture of what’s to come the next few months and the next fiscal year.”Correira noted how transparent the experience was, not only within human resources, but for all interns. He was also part of the group checking in on how employees felt about the deal, what questions they had and how human resources could facilitate positive change.“We sent out a question every week to gauge employees’ opinions on the integration,” he said. “We were able use the feedback to implement a program called the Dell Ambassador program.”Ensuring all business units were on the same page for the day the deal closed was a huge undertaking for Glendinning and her team, but it was thrilling to participate in creation of the biggest tech company in the world.“Providing answers on compensation, talent acquisition, global mobility and immigration eases minds for both the Dell and EMC sides,” she said “It’s pretty exciting to be part of that.”Connecting the Dots to a Bright FutureMeryl Cheney (below) completed her first internship with EMC in 2015 in Franklin, Mass. The meaningful work experiences were a key driver in attracting her back for a second internship in 2016. As an inventory control intern, she saw exactly how sales orders are connected to product manufacturing.“I see all the different parts that go into our products, both written orders and on the manufacturing floor,” Cheney said. “I was trained to give tours of our manufacturing floor, so I got to see how the products are put together. It was really cool to see how everything works.”Cheney is thankful for her experiences while looking toward her future career.“I’m just starting out and I’ve already learned so much here,” she said. “I can only imagine how much more I’m going to learn as I continue to grow in this business. I’m excited to see what the future holds.”Dell looks for the best and brightest to join their team. Find out more about our available internship opportunities. Megan Evangelista (above), a former intern who now works on the University Relations team, stresses the importance of project work with each business leader before they are able to create intern positions.“University Relations works very hard to make sure that interns have exciting and engaging programs and projects,” she said. “We ask project managers to make sure that interns have important work, that they’re not handling mundane tasks all day. Interns must contribute to the greater good and to the company.”Beyond the ClassroomCalvin Mack (below), who interned in the Commercial Field Marketing Group in Round Rock, Texas, felt his internship complemented his academic work in number of ways, most significantly providing him with experiences that just aren’t available in a classroom setting.“I think in business school, professors give students these problems, but then a lot of times you can kind of tell what the answer should be,” he said. “With this project that I’m working on for Dell, there’s no real right or wrong answer. The ambiguity is giving me an experience that I can’t necessarily get at school.” Dell interns aren’t likely to be found fetching coffee or making copies. While caffeine may help the working world go around, at its core, Dell’s internship program hones in on meaningful work experiences aimed at pushing interns out of their academic comfort zone and into the world of problem solving. As a result, Dell interns are positioned for bright career options.
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence ($):Building on a breakout year for U.S. energy storage developers, the industry has released a roadmap for the addition of 100,000 MW, or 100 GW, of new storage resources by 2030.“The role energy storage can and will play in enabling the transition of electricity generation from fossil to renewable sources has come into focus,” the U.S. Energy Storage Association said in the report, published Aug. 24.To support that ambitious target, the trade group is calling for key federal and state regulatory reforms, including full valuation of energy storage technologies as flexible grid assets, updating interconnection standards and enacting a U.S. investment tax credit for standalone storage facilities. Currently, energy storage projects qualify for federal tax credits only when coupled with solar power arrays.Pumped hydroelectric storage, with nearly 22 GW on the grid through 2018 according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, accounts for the vast majority of U.S. installed nameplate energy storage capacity. But battery storage installations are multiplying quickly with traditional power plant developers like AES Corporation, LS Power Group, NextEra Energy Resources LLC, Vistra Corp. and others now supplying lithium-ion-based systems that are 100 MW and larger.“In 2020 the market is set to more than double, from about 500 MW to more than a gigawatt of energy storage installed in the United States and then from there in 2021 the market is set to triple, to over 3.5 GW of energy storage before going above 7 GW in 2025,” Daniel Finn-Foley, head of energy storage at consulting and research firm Wood Mackenzie, said in an interview. “This is a dramatic scale-up, especially over the next two years.”Wood Mackenzie projects that about 27,500 MW of cumulative battery storage capacity will be installed by 2025, under BloombergNEF’s estimate of roughly 32,000 MW by 2025. The Energy Storage Association in 2017 set a goal of 35,000 MW of new energy storage capacity by 2025 from all technologies.[Garrett Hering]More ($): U.S. energy storage industry aims to add 100 GW by 2030 U.S. energy storage industry sets 100GW installation goal by 2030
1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Sarah Volling Sarah Volling is Marketing Manager at Accenture Mortgage Cadence. Beginning her career with the company over seven years ago, Sarah now oversees the marketing department, strengthening brand identity through thought … Web: www.accenture.com Details We’re already a quarter of the way through 2015. Spring is almost here, and the flowers are getting ready to bloom. Planting a garden offers great opportunity to reap reward. Annuals are nice; with proper nurturing, you see them grow from just a small seed to a bountiful harvest. Perennials are even better. With the same nurturing, you see them grow not once, but many times over many seasons, giving you a bounty each year.The same can be said for borrowers. Annuals come in daily. They are first-time homebuyers, millennials, empty nesters, and everything in between. Over the last few months we gave you the inside scoop on millennial homebuyers. With this generation being the largest since the baby boomers and reaching an age where buying a home is a possibility, the opportunity is real. However, there’s another market segment you don’t want to miss out on: investment borrowers. If you keep these perennial borrowers happy, they are more than likely to come back the next time they find their next investment property or home. As someone who has purchased multiple properties and is back looking for another, allow me to provide some insight on targeting this group.Perhaps the most-bang-for-your-buck mortgage segment, investment borrowers seek to buy a new property every few years, often renting or flipping as they go. With homeownership rates still sitting at record lows and interest rates doing the same, investors are looking to capitalize on this rent-centric market. These investors face one problem: housing prices are rising. Many that could once use cash-on-hand to buy properties are now more likely to need a loan.That’s where you come in. If you want to target these potential borrowers, there are a couple of things you must keep in mind.First, investment borrowers know what they’re doing; little education is needed. Instead, their first priority is a smooth, trouble-free experience from application through closing. Often, investment borrowers are on the go. They want to apply online and see their loan status whenever convenient for them. Make sure you have an online portal in place to support this. The portal should also allow document upload to streamline the process. Unless these tools are in place, investment borrowers are likely to take their business elsewhere.Communication is nearly as important as efficiency. As mentioned, this group is well aware of the process and will be sure to tell you so. However, rules change, and each loan is different. Educate the borrower upfront on recent changes (think: Know Before You Owe), and keep the lines of communication open so that there are no surprises. Perhaps more importantly: educate your loan officers. They are the lifeline to the borrower. Set your team up for success through proper training. This will allow the best customer service experience possible.Finally, investment borrowers are number crunchers. They track to dates, totals, and cash flow. As a result, every deadline, amount they owe, and date you give them will be added to their spreadsheets. Set proper expectations. The mortgage process doesn’t always go according to plan. Dates get pushed out, and unforeseen issues arise. It’s important to let your investment borrower know as soon as possible if things change. In addition, having the proper origination technology in place ensures the right people are working on the loan at the right time. The efficiency gained from workflow automation, rules, and triggers can make the difference between closing on time and having to reset expectations.As we all know, the origination process isn’t always easy. Each borrower is different, deadlines change, and regulations evolve. Just as in a garden, inclement weather can prove challenging. Fortunately, the basic tools needed to please investment or “perennial” borrowers are the same tools needed for most “annual” borrowers. Provide great customer service and the proper technology, and your mortgage garden will surely bloom.That is why it is so important to educate your people on how to provide a superior level of customer service. Your loan officers should know how to provide transparency, set expectations, and give proper guidance. You also need to make sure you have the proper technology in place to streamline your processes while keeping up with the times. An easy-to-use borrower-facing web portal is no longer optional. Equally important are the back-end tools. Make sure you have an advanced system capable of streamlining the origination process and getting borrowers to the closing table on time. Begin nurturing your borrowers now, and pretty soon you will have a garden full of both annuals and perennials – the combination every lender needs to be successful.
The effect of the vaccine shortage on coverage in children with asthma is unknown, the CDC says. The prioritization advice might have contributed to the higher rate in asthmatic children than in children with no asthma, or the shortage might have caused lower vaccinate rates in all children, relative to other seasons. The figure comes from the first attempt to estimate flu vaccination coverage specifically in children with asthma, for whom the shots have been recommended since 1964, the CDC reports in the Mar 9 issue of Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Previously the CDC estimated a flu vaccination rate of 34.8% in 2004-05 for children with any of several risk factors for flu complications. That estimate, based on 685 children sampled in the CDC ‘s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, did not include a separate assessment of coverage in children with asthma. The survey revealed a vaccination rate of 29.0% (95% confidence interval [CI], 24.5% to 33.9%) for children with asthma and 10.3% (95% CI, 9.3% to 11.5%) for children without asthma. Among children with asthma, 2- to 4-year-olds had the highest rate, 32.9%, versus 28.0% for 5- to 12-year-olds and 28.8% for 13- to 17-year-olds. In 2005 the CDC added questions about flu vaccination in children to its National Health Interview Survey, an ongoing, in-person household survey of the US civilian population. In the interviews, information about one randomly selected child from each household is collected from an adult family member. The 2004-05 flu season brought an unexpected shortage of vaccine, when problems at a Chiron plant in England kept about 50 million doses off the US market. Because of the shortage, the CDC recommended prioritizing high-risk groups for vaccination, and children with asthma were included in the priority group of people with chronic medical conditions, the report notes. Responses from interviews conducted between March and August of 2005 were used to estimate vaccination coverage in the preceding flu season. A total of 5,124 children, aged 2 to 17 years, were included in the analysis; children were considered vaccinated if they had received a flu shot between September 2004 and February 2005. The article says 557 children, or about 10.9% of the sample, were reported to have asthma. Nationally, about 8.9% of children younger than 18about 6.5 millionhad asthma in 2005, the CDC says. Mar 8, 2007 (CIDRAP News) Only about 29% of the 6.5 million American children with asthma, a group at risk for influenza complications, received flu shots in the 2004-05 season, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said today. Children who had asthma and had had an attack in the year preceding the interview had significantly higher vaccination coverage than those who had had no episodes in the preceding year: 35.9% versus 20.0% (P<.001). Vaccination coverage also increased with the number of medical visits in the preceding year. The CDC says possible ways to boost vaccination rates include year-round scheduling of flu vaccination appointments and computerized reminder systems. In a 2006 study, vaccination coverage for children with asthma increased significantly from 23.2% to 35.1% after a year-round scheduling policy was adopted. Although children with asthma were nearly three times as likely to have been vaccinated as children without asthma, the finding indicates that "influenza vaccination coverage among children with asthma is inadequate and that opportunities for vaccination during health-care provider visits likely are being missed," the CDC says. CDC. Influenza vaccination coverage among children with asthmaUnited States, 2004-05 influenza season. MMWR 2007 Mar 9;56(9):193-6 [Full text]
Jul 18, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – A 38-year-old Indonesian man from a town near Jakarta recently died of H5N1 avian influenza, according to an Associated Press (AP) report citing his family and health workers.Indonesia has said it will no longer immediately report new H5N1 cases and will instead provide periodic updates. However, details about the man’s death were reported yesterday by the AP, which cited the man’s brother-in-law and anonymous health workers as its sources.Abdul Kadir told the AP that his brother-in-law died on Jul 10 after experiencing a high fever, coughing, and breathing difficulties.”The doctor told us he died of bird flu. The tests came back positive from Jakarta,” he said.Lily Sulistyowati, a health ministry spokeswoman, told the AP she couldn’t confirm the man’s death. “But we’ll let the public know when we release our report at the end of the month,” she said.Under the International Health Regulations, countries are obligated to promptly report human H5N1 influenza cases and other diseases regarded as a potential global health threat to the World Health Organization (WHO), which posts announcements about them and keeps an official count of illnesses and deaths.However, it’s not clear if Indonesia’s health ministry has informed the WHO of the case. If the WHO recognizes the man’s infection, it will be listed as Indonesia’s 136th H5N1 case and 111th death.Indonesia’s last two H5N1 cases were confirmed by the WHO on Jun 19, and both reflected a delay in reporting the cases. The two patients were a 16-year-old girl who died on May 9 and a 34-year-old woman who died on Jun 3.The 38-year-old man was from Belendung, a village 24 miles west of Jakarta, the AP reported. Residents of the area said ducks and chickens roam the streets freely, but none were reported sick or dead. Kadir told the AP that officials obtained blood samples from the man’s relatives and neighbors and that they have not culled any birds.The WHO’s global H5N1 count is 385 cases and 243 deaths.See also:Jun 19 CIDRAP News story “Indonesia confirms 2 recent avian flu deaths”
A senior administration official initially said only that a member of Pence’s staff had been tested and found to have the coronavirus.Trump, speaking later at an event with Republican lawmakers, identified the person as “Katie,” saying she works with Pence as a “press person.” This confirmed multiple US media reports that Katie Miller was the person in question.On Friday, Miller thanked people for their well wishes, and in a tweet said: “I’m doing well and look forward to getting back to work for the American people.”As recently as Thursday, Miller was seen mingling with officials at an outdoor prayer ceremony hosted by Trump and attended by dozens of people, including the wives of Trump and Pence and many senior staff. The US vice president’s spokeswoman became the second White House staffer this week to test positive for the coronavirus, officials said Friday, even as President Donald Trump continued to go mask-free at a World War II commemoration with veterans in their 90s.News that staffer Katie Miller had fallen ill boosted fears that the White House is at risk of becoming a viral hot spot just when Trump is leading efforts to wind down nationwide quarantine measures that have devastated the world’s biggest economy.Miller is spokeswoman for Vice President Mike Pence, giving her frequent access to high-level meetings. She is also married to top Trump aide Stephen Miller, the speech writer behind the administration’s hardline immigration measures. Miller’s positive test disrupted a trip by Pence to Des Moines, Iowa, with six people who may have had contact with her made to get off the airplane.”Out of abundance of caution we went back and looked into all the person’s contacts most recently,” said the senior administration official, who asked not to be named.On Thursday, a Trump spokesman said the president’s valet, a member of the military who is in close contact with the president, had tested positive.Trump and Pence were tested and confirmed to be negative. Both are tested daily.The latest scare came as Trump is pressing for a quicker reopening of the US economy, which has been hammered by the fallout from mass lockdowns and social distancing.White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said there was no risk of a White House outbreak or threat to Trump.”I can just tell you that we’ve taken every single precaution to protect the president,” she told a press briefing. “We clean the facility, we social distance, we keep people six feet away from each other.”Read also: Obama calls Trump’s handling of pandemic a ‘chaotic disaster’Trump: wind blows virus Trump has drawn criticism for refusing to follow his own health experts’ advice on wearing a mask in public. Although wearing a face covering is voluntary, it is recommended by many state authorities and federal doctors.Few of Trump’s staff are ever seen wearing masks.Trump’s latest public outing was to a ceremony early Friday marking the 75th anniversary of the Allied victory over Nazi Germany in World War II.The president, who at 73 is well within the higher-risk group for COVID-19, met eight American veterans ranging in age from 96 to 100. Neither he nor the veterans wore masks, although he kept a few steps from them.”I was very far away from (the veterans),” Trump told journalists. “Plus the wind was blowing so hard in such a direction that if the plague ever reached them, I’d be very surprised.”According to McEnany, the veterans “made the choice to come here because they’ve chosen to put their nation first. They wanted to be with their commander in chief on this momentous day. It was their choice to come here.”McEnany said mask-wearing is a purely personal issue.”This president is regularly tested. This president will make the decision as to wear a mask or not,” she said.Earlier this week, Trump made his first long-distance trip since the nation’s coronavirus lockdown began, visiting a Honeywell mask-making factory in Arizona. Again, he did not wear a mask in public, even while addressing a room full of factory employees, all wearing masks in accordance with company policy.Topics :
Loading… Real Madrid goal keeper Andriy Lunin is determined to fight for the club’s No.1 slot with Thibaut Courtois in the 2020-21 season.Advertisement Promoted ContentWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?Which Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?The 18 Most Visited Cities In The WorldThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World6 Best Movie Cars You Could Own But Probably Can’t Afford6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?10 Irresistibly Cute Albino Animals That Will Make You Day8 Scenes That Prove TV Has Gone Too FarBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By Odeith The Ukrainian international has endured contrasting fortunes in two loan spells this season, at Real Valladolid and Real Oviedo. The move to Valladolid ended in frustration, with no La Liga appearances, before the deal was terminated in December 2019.He then moved to Oviedo in January, establishing himself as first choice, prior to the Covid 19 suspension.But despite consistent speculation linking him with a move away this summer, the 21-year old wants to give it go in Madrid.“Of course I see myself as a Real Madrid goal keeper, he told an interview with the Real Madridista magazine.“If I did not believe in that, it would have made no sense to come here.I do not know when I will achieve this, but I am convinced this moment can come.I would like to return to Madrid, and compete for the No.1 position, but I will wait and see what the coach decides.”Lunin’s future with Los Blancos is likely to depend on the future of PSG loanee Alphonse Areola.Read Also: Haaland rates Mane above Salah, Partey and NdidiIf Real Madrid opt to make his loan deal a permanent move in the summer, that would place Lunin at third choice.Luca Zidane is set to leave when his contract expires in June, and reserve team football could encourage Lunin to leave either permanently or on loan.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享