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MANCHESTER UNITED take on rivals City in a mouthwatering clash tomorrow.And it has only been made more exciting with the prospect of Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola being in opposite dugoutsThere is no love lost between the two - but they have both been tame with their remarks about one-another in the build-up.Guardiola had his say first, discussing his troubled relationship with Mourinho and his respect for Zlatan Ibrahimovic.Moments after the Man City boss was done, Red Devils manager Mourinho tried to play down tensions between him and Guardiola - before confirming he has a fully-fit squad and claiming Sergio Aguero's absence is a BLOW to United.Follow every word said and all the reaction in our press conference blog below.Refresh browser for updates...19.50: Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has also claimed it would be "childish" to bring his much-publicised spat with City boss Pep Guardiola to the fore tomorrow.Speaking to MUTV ahead of the mouthwatering … [Read more...] about Manchester derby: Zlatan Ibrahimovic insists his angry spat with Pep Guardiola is ‘history’ ahead of crunch clash at Old Trafford on Saturday
WHEN it comes to rogue agents, it is “time for the empire to strike back”.That is the view of Bristol Rovers chairman Steve Hamer, who is sick to death of unqualified intermediaries having clubs over a barrel due to a lack of regulation.Rovers are feeling particularly irked at the moment following star striker Matty Taylor’s shock defection to the dark side over at Bristol City. Keep up to date with ALL the football league gossip and transfers on our club page plus fixtures, results and live match commentaryThey are considering lodging a complaint with the EFL over how City knew about the exact figure of Taylor’s release clause which was confidential.Ex-Swansea supremo Hamer knows there are scrupulous representatives out there who are doing good and honest work for their clients so is careful not to tar all agents with the same brush.But they are getting fewer and fewer since Fifa ditched their licensing rules a few years ago, meaning anyone can become an agent … [Read more...] about Bristol Rovers lead rant at unqualified agents who have football clubs over a barrel after Matty Taylor transfer
Of the many services directed towards refugees fleeing Syria, education has proven to be one of the toughest needs to address. Six years after the war began Turkey, which hosts 3.2 million refugees, continues to face challenges in getting and keeping Syrian minors inside classrooms. Joint efforts by the Turkish Ministry of Education and the European Commission, with funding provided under the EU-Turkey refugee deal, have expanded educational programs and helped enroll more Syrians over the last year, yet roughly 40 percent of school-aged Syrians remain outside the school system. Both Turkish-language requirements and economic hardship have prevented Syrians from attending classes on a regular basis. Additional constraints on physical classroom space and lack of teachers have also limited educational opportunities for some refugees. "Absorbing 900,000 to 1 million kids into an education system is [a unique undertaking]," said Felix Leger, a technical assistant for health and education … [Read more...] about EU money can’t push Syrian schoolkids over Turkey’s language barrier
School fees, weddings, funerals, a house for elderly parents, or the Sugar Feast at the end of Ramadan - there are countless reasons for people in the diaspora to send money back home to their families. Often they have to send it quickly, and that's where Western Union and MoneyGram come in. For countries like India and Nigeria, which are among the largest recipients, overseas transfers are the most important source of capital. In 2016, $440 billion (395 billion euros) was transferred worldwide, according to official records. Additionally, about half of that sum was also moved via unofficial paths, for example, by traveling family members, or the hawala system, which is a popular and informal method of transferring money in Muslim countries. Africans living in Germany alone wire an estimated 1.2 billion euros per year to relatives and friends in their homeland. That's about 20 percent of total economic output in countries such as The Gambia, Lesotho and Comoros. Charity … [Read more...] about Opinion: Migrant money transfers or development aid?