The Manchester United midfielder says his team is not split and that they win “together and lose together”Even before the start of this 2018-2019 English Premier League season, there have been many rumors about Manchester United.And lately, some media outlets have reported the club’s dressing room is divided, to which midfielder Nemanja Matic has responded.“We are all united,” Matic told Sky Sports.“When we win we are all together and when we lose we are all together. It’s not true what the media are writing. We are working hard and we will continue like this.”Maguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“The Manchester United name obligates us to be professionals and try to turn the situation as soon as possible and this is exactly what we are doing,” he added.“He’s a great person. He’s a different man outside the job and off the pitch.”“He does have a lot of pressure though because everyone expects him only to win. When we don’t win everyone is waiting to see his reaction. He likes to win and when we don’t win we are hiding from him at the training ground,” he commented.“He’s happy when he’s winning but when we lose, like every manager, he wants us to do better. He tries to find a way to be winning as soon as possible.”
VISTA (KUSI) – A man who carjacked and kidnapped a father and son at gunpoint in Encinitas, as well as taking part in an extensive North County burglary spree, was sentenced today to almost 650 years to life in state prison.Joseph Martin Ramos, 37, was convicted last fall by a Vista jury and sentenced Friday morning on charges related to the kidnapping and burglaries, as well as a number of strike convictions.Ramos was taken into custody in October of 2016, an incident that ended with him being shot by a sheriff’s deputy near Beacons Beach in Encinitas.Prosecutors say Ramos was spotted earlier that day by deputies who recognized him as a suspect in a series of residential burglaries during which firearms had been stolen.Ramos sped away from law enforcement, triggering a pursuit. He drove to the intersection of Manchester Avenue and South Rancho Santa Fe Road, where he abandoned his pickup, ran into a nearby parking lot and confronted a man who was buckling his 7-year-old son into a child safety seat in a silver two-door Scion.Prosecutors say Ramos pointed to a pistol tucked in his waistband and demanded that the father drive him away from the area. The victim complied, driving to the west and north as Ramos threatened him with the handgun periodically.Near Beacons Beach, sheriff’s personnel caught up to the commandeered car and pulled the driver over. Ramos exited the car with the handgun drawn and was shot by a sheriff’s deputy.In addition to the kidnapping counts, which carried sentences of life with the possibility of parole, he was also convicted for a string of home burglaries between May and October 2016. Due to several of the convicted counts being strikes, Ramos received 25-year-to-life terms for each burglary and attempted burglary charge, according to prosecutors. Man sentenced to 650 years to life for carjacking, kidnapping KUSI Newsroom, May 10, 2019 Posted: May 10, 2019 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego County’s unadjusted unemployment rate dropped to an even 3% last month, with both farm and nonfarm industries showing job gains, according to data released Friday by the California Employment Development Department.The April rate, down from a revised 3.6% in March and a tick below the April 2018 rate of 3.1%, is at its lowest point since May 2018.The county’s nonfarm industries gained nearly 8,000 jobs from March to last month, increasing from 1,492,600 to 1,500,400. Farm jobs increased by 300 from 8,700 in March to 9,000 last month.Nearly every nonfarm industry in the county added jobs in April, with only the mining and logging industry showing no gains or losses, according to the EDD. The construction industry added the most jobs of any industry with 2,200.Year-over-year nonfarm employment showed even higher gains, increasing by 20,400 jobs from 1,480,000 to 1,500,400. Farm employment dipped by 400 jobs last month compared to April 2018, falling from 9,400 to 9,000. Multiple nonfarm industries showed year-over-year employment increases of more than 2,000 jobs.The educational and health services industry added 7,600 jobs from April 2018 to last month, the highest year-over-year gain of any industry. Government and manufacturing jobs each increased by more than 3,000 jobs, as well, according to EDD data.The trade, transportation and utilities industry showed the largest year-over-year job decrease, losing 2,800 jobs. The information and financial activities industries also lost 500 and 100 jobs, respectively.The state’s unadjusted unemployment rate remained at 4.3% in April, the same as the state’s adjusted rates in March as well as April 2018.Nationwide, unemployment fell from 3.8% in March to 3.6% in April. Posted: May 17, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, San Diego’s unemployment drops to even 3 percent countywide, lowest since May 2018 May 17, 2019 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitter
Kolkata: Known for its unique concept and out of the box films, Windows Film Production is coming yet again with another slice of life film – Mukherjee Dar Bou. The movie is coming out on 8th March, Women’s Day marking the film to be the first ever Bengali film to celebrate the day by coming up with a story by the women, having female leads. Directed by Pritha Chakraborty as her debut project, Produced by Windows Film Productions and presented by Nandita Roy, the movie features Koneenica Bandyopadhyay, Anashua Majumdar in the lead along with Rituparna Sengupta in an important character. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata Bose The movie talks about a woman’s journey of coming out from their husband/father’s identity. It’s an ode to all the women who are struggling hard every day for their own identity which is shadowed by either their husbands or fathers. In fact, the makers of the film had a small campaign where they went and asked women where their husband and father’s houses are respectively. While all the women had an answer to this question, they couldn’t find an answer to where their ‘own houses’ were. ‘Mukherjee Dar Bou’ is an ode to all the women who have the same question but no answer. It is also the first time in West Bengal that the movie is releasing especially for the women, by the women on a women’s day! With that, we all know now how 8th March is the day to find your identity!