Liverpool already have two of the best African players in the world on our books in Mo Salah and Sadio Mane, and in Naby Keita, have another arriving in the summer!The post Klopp targets ambitious move for DMC to partner Keita- Report appeared first on The Empire of The Kop.
Manchester United’s Marcos Rojo has revealed his personal future targets at the club as he continues his return from his horrific injury. The Argentinian suffered the same terrible injury as Zlatan Ibrahimovic did and whilst he has taken longer to return, he hasn’t suffered any further set-backs as his teammate did. Rojo has been sorely missed of late with some fans wondering why Jose Mourinho hasn’t favoured him over Phil Jones and Chris Smalling. Both players have been scrutinised lately due to their questionable performances and supporters have called for at least one of them to be replaced by the versatile defender. Marcos though was busy discussing his own future rather than focussing on his teammates and opened up about his own personal targets. According to Manche...
Keeping global warming below the lower Paris agreement target of 1.5 degrees Celsius is “extremely unlikely,” according to a leaked draft report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a trend that can only be countered if countries like the United States devote themselves to countering rising global temperatures. The annual IPCC report draft, obtained by Climate Home News, is far from finalized and will likely undergo a number of revisions prior to its publication in September. But the draft offers a look at the challenges inherent in holding global warming increases below 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit). While the IPCC has traditionally been conservative in how its findings are worded, the draft doesn’t mince words. “There is a very
Much to the chagrin of Antonio Conte and his hordes of Chelsea fans, the club look set to follow a pretty dismal trend. For the last few years, any success at Stamford Bridge has been swiftly ended with an inexplicable collapse. A side that only a few months prior looked invincible now turned to destitute […]
The rule, dating from President Barack Obama’s final days in office, survived a Senate vote in 2017 but now faces formal repeal.