Mourinho explains Dele Alli’s bench role

first_img Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True6 Stunning Bridges You’ll Want To See With Your Own EyesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty PennyWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The World5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks Mourinho explained his decision to keep Alli, who has been a key player under the Portuguese so far, on the bench until the 78th minute. “We knew that tactically it was very important for us to play in a certain way,” he said. “It was also very important for us to try with fast people when they were fresh. “Well, fresh so-so, because thanks to the TV broadcasters’ choices it’s difficult to speak about freshness when we play Aston Villa two days before Leipzig and Chelsea at 12.30 two days after Leipzig. “So we started the game thinking that okay Lucas (Moura) and (Steven) Bergwijn they are still more or less fresh, so let’s try. “We tried, we didn’t score. (Willy) Caballero made a great save, we know we cannot create lots of chances. “So in the last part of the game what’s the plan late in the game? We bring on Lamela if he can. “We bring Dele. We didn’t have a presence in the box, the opposition is going to try with the low block so let’s try to have one with Dele. Read Also:Mourinho claims he knows Chelsea plans ahead of London derby “We are trying to do things so very difficult for us. I’m always going to be a bit repetitive. Nothing, nothing at all to criticise my players. Nothing at all. Exactly the opposite.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Lamela is currently unable to train due to an ongoing groin injury, but is playing through the pain barrier to help Spurs in a difficult time. He came on in the second half at Stamford Bridge and helped his side get back into the game, being heavily involved in the move that saw Antonio Rudiger put through his own net in the 89th minute. Mourinho, who after the game said he was very proud of his players and claimed they were in ‘complete control’ at Stamford Bridge , revealed that even as Lamela was warming up he was unsure whether he could play. “We have strange game-plans but we need to have them because there’s not another way,” Mourinho said. “For example, while Lamela played so well but only for 20 minutes, you must think I’m an idiot. “But even in the warm-up, he was in communication with me about his feelings, ‘Can I go or not?’. “That guy who played so well for 20 minutes, in the warm-up, he was in communication with me because he was not sure he could go. “That’s Lamela. Amazing guy, fantastic player and trying to help the team.” Jose Mourinho went out of his way to praise the spirit of Erik Lamela for his cameo during Tottenham’s 2-1 loss to Chelsea – and has explained why he didn’t call upon Dele Alli until late in the game.last_img read more

Iloilo bans hogs, pork products from ASF areas

first_imgILOILO – This province remains freefrom the African swine fever (ASF), a contagious hemorrhagic swine disease withno known cure. “ASF is a threat to the swine industryand the food security of the province,” Defensor stressed in issuing Executive OrderNo. 159 on the temporary ban. * conductseminars to all concerned stakeholders on ASF awareness, prevention,preparedness and response in case of outbreak * livestock and poultrytransport / carrier certificate * carry out theproper implementation of ASF prevention and control measures within theprovince * farmregistration * enhancebiosecurity practices in all ports of entry and swine production facilitieswithin the province Theexecutive order also stated that “all swine, pork, pork products andby-products shall be accompanied by National Meat Inspection Service or LocalGovernment Unit Meat Inspection Certificate.” * veterinaryhealth certificate (VHC) and veterinary shipping permit On Sept. 4, Defensor formed the IloiloProvincial African Swine Fever Task Force (IPASFTF) to do the following tasks: He also ordered strict veterinaryquarantine procedures in seaports and at the Iloilo International Airport bythe quarantineteams of the municipalities of Cabatuan, Dumangas, Ajuy, Estancia, and Carles. The following are the requirements: * accomplish datagathering to establish swine demographics and epidemiological profile The Department of Agriculture (DA)recently confirmed ASF in the provinces of Bulacan and Rizal, and in thefollowing countries: China, South Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, LaoPeoples Democratic Republic, Belgium, Bulgaria, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine,Luxembourg, Latvia, Poland, and Romania.center_img * imposeimmediate closure of any farm if confirmed to be infected with ASF * identify high-riskareas based on swine demographics, epidemiological profile and animal diseasesurveillance data * ensure theimmediate conduct and release of confirmatory diagnosis in case of suspectedoutbreak * disinfectionclearance Only those that meet the regulatoryrequirements of the Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI) would be allowed to enterIloilo. * livestockhandler’s permit He assured the public that despite theban, Iloilo has ample supply of meat. The province’s sources of meat are NegrosOccidental, Cagayan de Oro and Cebu. * certificate ofvehicle registration * ensureimplementation of quarantine measures As a preventive measure, however, Gov.Arthur Defensor Jr. ordered a temporary ban on hogs, pork, pork products andby-products from ASF-hit areas. * conduct initialdisease investigation and institute outbreak control protocols in the event ofa suspected ASF case The task force iscomposed of a chairperson (provincial governor), co-chairman (provincialveterinarian) and the following members: provincial administrator, provincialdisaster risk reduction and management officer; provincial legal officer,provincial agriculturist; president, united livestock technicians association;representative from national meat inspection services, among others./PNlast_img read more