Petit James Rodriguezs quality is a mix of Cesc Fabregas

first_imgEmmanuel Petit believes Arsenal would be wise to make a move for the “quality” James Rodriguez as a replacement for Aaron Ramsey.The Wales international is reportedly closing in on a free transfer to Juventus for next season with his contract at Arsenal to expire in June.Therefore, the Gunners are in need of a new star midfielder with the club’s highest earner Mesut Ozil struggling to find his best form.Young Barcelona star Denis Suarez has been touted as a potential signing with former Arsenal defender Lauren believing he would be a better option than James.But Petit, who himself starred in the Arsenal midfield between 1997 to 2000, thinks otherwise as James’ quality is a mixture of ex-Gunners captain Cesc Fabregas and Real Madrid playmaker Isco.The Colombia international’s loan deal at Bayern Munich will expire at the end of the season and it remains unclear whether or not the German giants will take their €42m buy option to sign him permanently from Real Madrid.And Petit believes Arsenal would be wise to make a move for James.“I have known James Rodriguez from when he played for Monaco and I think he is a very good attacking midfielder,” Petit told the Daily Mirror.“I believe he is a proper No. 10, I like him in the middle of the park controlling the game.Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedSolskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.“He has this quality – it’s a mix of [Cesc] Fabregas and Isco – and I think he would be a very good signing for Arsenal.“If I had to choose between them [James and Suarez] – knowing the situation with Ramsey – Arsenal definitely need an attacking midfielder and need to get a player who has the personality to direct a game and not hide all the time.“I think James Rodriguez is one of them.”The French World Cup winner cannot understand why Ramsey would join Juventus in the first place and warned the Welsh star he’s making a “mistake”.“I don’t want to be negative but I don’t know why he is going to Juventus, honestly,” said Petit on Ramsey.“Serie A? It is not the Premier League guys.“The Premier League is the best in the world, it is the most competitive championship.“You see it every year, you have three or four teams fighting for the title.“You don’t see that in Italy, in Spain, or France or wherever so I think he is making a mistake.”last_img read more

North County Sprinter connects Escondido and Oceanside

first_img June 26, 2018 Dave Scott, Posted: June 26, 2018 North County Sprinter connects Escondido and Oceanside 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsOCEANSIDE (KUSI) – It’s one of the only ways in San Diego you can get straight to the beach, by taking the sprinter. KUSI’s Dave Scott tried it himself, taking the sprinter from Escondido to the beach in Oceanside. Dave Scott Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

What You Need To Know About Facebook Mobile Ads

first_img Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. 5 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global January 23, 2013 Not only did Facebook hit the one billion active user mark last year, but the number of people accessing the social site primarily over mobile devices also skyrocketed, to about 60 percent of total users. And co-founder Mark Zuckerberg has said that mobile users are 20 percent more likely than desktop users to go on Facebook on a given day.What business owners should take note of: Mobile advertising on Facebook is said to be producing better results than ads that appear in the right-hand column or in the news feeds for desktop-only users. And click-through rates on Sponsored Stories have been, on average, 12 times higher on mobile devices than on desktops, according to Marc Grabowski, COO of Nanigans, a firm that buys Facebook ads for its clients. If there was ever a time to start testing mobile ads, that time is now.But setting up mobile-only ads isn’t as straightforward as using Facebook’s self-serve ad manager. You can’t just click a button to make your ads accessible on mobile devices. Instead, you need to reach mobile users through their news feeds because they cannot see the ads that appear in the right-hand column on Facebook.Related: 5 Tips for Getting Started With Mobile AdvertisingGetting to know the Facebook ‘Power Editor’: Unless you’re using the Facebook API for ad management, the only way most business owners will be able to set up mobile-only ads is through Facebook’s free Power Editor, a Chrome-only plugin. To get going, open Chrome, install the Power Editor, and access it here. Select “all” accounts when prompted so you can get your past ads — these can come in handy when creating new ads and tracking results.For newbies, the Power Editor can feel more difficult to navigate than Facebook’s self-serve ad manager. So, Facebook has created a guide to using it. It’s worth getting to know well enough to leverage its more advanced tools, including the “placements” feature that enables you to create ads that go to the news feed on desktop, news feed on mobile only, or both, or right-column only ads. Four ways to get your ad into mobile news feeds: Once you set up Power Editor and are ready to create an ad for mobile users, decide which ad type you want to test. There are four primary ways to get into your fans’ mobile news feeds:1. Page post ads, when set up with Power Editor, appear directly in the news feed and, as a bonus, can be targeted beyond fans and friends of fans. They can include photos, offers and more, just like a normal page post ad, and usually show up with a “sponsored” or “suggested post” label. Here’s an example from Country Outfitter, an image captured on my mobile phone:With page post ads, you can reach users via mobile, desktop or both. (But note that the new Facebook ad guidelines state that text in any news feed ad is limited to 20 percent of the total ad image area.)Related: New Facebook Rules Limit Use of Text on Images2. Promoted posts look exactly like page post ads in the news feed, but you can buy these ads through the promote button in the status update box on your page or use Power Editor — and they always go into the news feed. The main difference between page post ads and promoted posts is that promoted posts can be shown only to fans and friends of fans, whereas page post ads can be targeted to non-fans as well.3. Sponsored Stories show in the news feed under the heading “Pages You May Like,” and are used to promote activity to your fans’ friends, with the intention of attracting like-minded people. These ads promote activity such as a fan liking your page, claiming an offer you created or commenting on one of your posts. As always, take care with how you target these to get the most engagement and likes. These can also be targeted to mobile-only, desktop or both, with the Power Editor.4. Mobile app install ads can be a fun way for companies with registered apps to prompt users to go to their app download page. You can even choose what kind of operating systems and mobile devices your targeted audience has, which is useful if you have, say, an iPhone-only app.For small-business owners new to mobile ads, it’s best to test a few different news feed ads and target them carefully. Don’t abandon desktop-only ad strategies that are working. Instead, find a way to integrate mobile into your overall strategy so you can compare results, test, track — and test again.Related: 10 Quick Steps to Creating a Facebook Ad Campaign Register Now »last_img read more

Bookings open May 26 for Holland Americas first Cuba cruises

first_img SEATTLE — Holland America Line has become the latest ocean liner to set its sights on Cuba, after announcing that sailings from Fort Lauderdale will commence Dec. 22.The cruise line, which has already received approval to sail to Cuba, will head to the island for the first time on Dec. 22 with a 12-day holiday cruise aboard ms Veendam. With this voyage, Holland America Line will become Carnival Corporation’s third cruise line to be approved to sail to Cuba following the company’s historic inaugural sailings to the island last year.Nine seven-day itineraries will feature the capital city Havana, and three of these will add another Cuba call at Cienfuegos. The 12-day holiday cruise showcases both Cuban ports. Depending on the departure day, cruises will include the Cuba ports as well as a combination of Caribbean ports, including: Amber Cove, Dominican Republic; Belize City, Belize; Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico; George Town, Grand Cayman; Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos; Key West, Florida; and Montego Bay, Jamaica.More news:  Le Boat has EBBs along with its new 2020 brochureIn addition to the seven-day cruises, an 11-day spring cruise sails March 17, 2018, and also features the Cuban ports of Havana and Cienfuegos, as well as Key West, Cozumel, Montego Bay and Georgetown. The final seven-day Cuba sailing departs on April 18, 2018.Onboard, the Cuba experience will be enhanced through the line’s Explorations Central, or EXC, program, featuring EXC Guides who will bring the destination to life through presentations and EXC Talks. Also enriching the Cuba experience for guests are EXC Port Maps created for the Cuban calls, EXC Encounters that will showcase the culture and history of Cuba to guests before they visit the ports, and much more. In addition, educational and cultural EXC Tours are being developed in and near Havana and Cienfuegos with a highlight being Trinidad, one of the best-preserved historic towns in the Caribbean.Bookings for Holland America Line’s cruises to Cuba will open May 26, 2017. Guests booked on Veendam’s previous deployment will be given a full refund and opportunity to book on another Holland America Line voyage. Fares for Cuba cruises begin at $899 per person, double occupancy. Taxes, fees and port expenses are additional. Travelweek Group Bookings open May 26 for Holland America’s first Cuba cruises Thursday, May 25, 2017 << Previous PostNext Post >>center_img Share Posted by Tags: Holland America Linelast_img read more