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Winter canning

first_imgSterilize your canning jars by boiling empty, washed and rinsedjars for 10 minutes in water. The easiest way to do this is tostand empty jars up on a rack in a boiling-water canner filledwith clean water.Measure the sugar and set it aside. Mix the juice and water in asaucepan and stir in the powdered pectin. Bring the mixture to afull boil over high heat, stirring constantly. Once it’s boiling,stir in all of the sugar. Keep stirring and bring the mixture toa full boil that can’t be stirred down. Let it boil hard for 1minute, stirring constantly.Remove it from heat and skim off the foam quickly. Pour the hotjelly immediately into the hot, sterile jars, leaving one-fourthinch of headspace.Wipe the jar rims with a dampened paper towel. Adjust thetwo-piece, metal canning lids. Process them in a boiling-watercanner for 5 to 15 minutes, depending on the altitude.Easy hot sauceIf jelly isn’t your thing, try an easy hot-sauce recipe to spicethings up. It’s great for stirring into vegetables or cheese dipsand spicing up soups and chili. It yields four half-pint jars.You’ll need: Wear gloves when handling, cutting and seeding hot peppers orwash your hands thoroughly with soap and water before touchingyour face or eyes.Start by washing half-pint canning jars. Keep them hot untilyou’re ready to use them. Prepare lids by the manufacturer’sdirections.Place the mixed pickling spices in a spice bag and tie the endsfirmly. Mix all ingredients in a Dutch oven or large saucepan.Bring them to a boil, stirring occasionally. Let them simmer for20 minutes or until the tomatoes are soft.Press the mixture through a food mill. Return the liquid to thepot and boil it for 15 minutes. Then pour it into the clean, hot,half-pint jars, leaving 1/4 inch headspace.Remove air bubbles and adjust the headspace if needed. Wipe thejar rims with a damp paper towel to remove any residue and applytwo-piece metal canning lids.Process the hot sauce in a boiling-water canner for 10 to 20minutes, depending on the altitude. Allow it to cool undisturbed12 to 24 hours and check the seals.More recipesFor more winter recipes, specific process times for your altitudeor tips on year-round preservation, visit the Center for HomeFood Preservation Web site at homefoodpreservation.com.The center is hosted by the University of Georgia College ofFamily and Consumer Sciences.(April Reese is a writer for the National Center for Home FoodPreservation with the University of Georgia College of Family andConsumer Sciences.) 12 ounces concentrated orange juice, thawed2 1/2 cups water4 1/2 cups sugar1 box powdered regular pectin By April ReeseUniversity of GeorgiaIn the spring and summer, vegetables from gardens can keep youcanning or freezing until you wear out. But by the time wintercomes, you may be ready to try some different preserves.New recipes from the Center for Home Food Preservation can makecanning a fun, delicious activity to add flavor and spice to thewinter, says Elizabeth Andress, director of the center.”There are recipes perfect for people yearning to can in thewinter,” Andress said. “You don’t always have to can with freshfruits and vegetables. Some of those preserves also make niceholiday gifts.”Orange jellyThis recipe calls for frozen concentrated juice and powderedpectin. It yields five or six half-pint jars of a flavorfulorange jelly for toast or biscuits on dreary winter mornings.You’ll need: 8 cups canned, diced tomatoes, undrained1 1/2 cups seeded, chopped Serrano peppers4 cups distilled white vinegar (5 percent)2 teaspoons canning salt2 tablespoons whole mixed pickling spiceslast_img read more

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Blue Ridge Marathon Celebrates 10 Years of More than Just Running

first_imgShowcase a Region: The race course shows that there is something special about the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains and lifestyle of the Roanoke Region. The course features three separate mountain-top vistas, historic homes, an eclectic downtown, and finishes in the open-air amphitheater at Elmwood Park. The race has drawn attention from national media including The Weather Channel, ESPN, USA Today, Conde Nast Traveler, Delta Sky Magazine, and Runner’s World.Engage a Healthy, Active Community: The community is involved in every aspect of the race. More than 600 volunteers work to pull off this monster event and race options such as the Carilion Children’s Family 1 Miler and walking options, make America’s Toughest more accessible. There are also tailgating parties in the front yards of spectators along the course; many runners cite these homemade aid stations as what makes the race special. Give Back in a Big Way: The Blue Ridge Marathon, which is put on by the Roanoke Outside Foundation, is a 100 percent nonprofit race. Every dollar earned goes toward dozens of nonprofits throughout the region. To date, the Blue Ridge Marathon has donated $185,000 to community organizations. Benefiting charities run the gambit from groups with a mission to empower girls through running to sexual assault awareness organizations to the preservation of historic buildings to developing trail networks. Economic Impact: In addition to supporting nonprofits, the race has had a significant impact on the entire Roanoke Region. Since the inception of the Blue Ridge Marathon, the race has contributed $4.5 million to the regional economy. That’s money that comes into the region from travelers attending the event, hotel stays, eating at restaurants, shopping at local businesses, and visiting regional attractions. The activity supports new jobs (6.9 jobs in 2017) each year. The 10th anniversary of America’s Toughest Road Race is a milestone for charitable giving and regional economic impact.The Foot Levelers Blue Ridge Marathon is known as one of the toughest races in the world. (The Weather Channel and Runner’s World  have both noted its challenging mountain route and scenic beauty.)On April 13, Blue Ridge celebrates its 10th anniversary in Roanoke, Virginia.  Even if you aren’t a runner, this event makes room for you to participate in a weekend that’s more than “just a race.” In addition to race distances including a double marathon, marathon, half marathon, 10K, relay, and 1-mile fun run, Roanoke hosts a weekend-long music festival. Known as America’s Toughest Road Marathon, the race has earned kudos from runners from all over the country and leverages that to benefit the entire region in several ways: Whether you are from the Roanoke Region of Virginia or just visiting, being part of the Blue Ridge Marathon is something special. The race is known for a friendly atmosphere, great swag, and an amazing sense of accomplishment when you tackle these mountains. Let’s celebrate 10 years of making a difference in the world and being the healthiest versions of ourselves at America’s Toughest Road Races.last_img read more

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Bar’s had a good investment year

first_imgBar’s had a good investment year April 1, 2006 Regular News B ar’s had a good investment year The Bar had a good year in 2005 on its investments and has had a strong start to 2006.Investment Committee member Jay White told the Board of Governors recently that the Bar for all of 2005 had a 6.59 percent rate of return on its investments. The Bar’s total investment fund, which includes $5 million transferred from its short-term funds last year, stood at just over $23 million at the end of the year.Since the start of 2006, the fund had risen by about $400,000, or around 2 percent, White said.last_img read more

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3 mistakes credit unions make in strategic mergers & acquisitions

first_imgDone right, external growth through a strategic partnership, merger, or acquisition can propel your credit union to the next level, helping you bring value to members and your organization. Although rewarding, external growth can be a complicated process that’s not without risk. Here are the top three mistakes credit union leaders make and how you can avoid them.   Mistake #1: Not having a plan – You may think you’ll know it when you see it, but experience proves this statement to be false. This is like saying you are “thinking about going to the gym.” We all know what that means…you probably aren’t going to the gym. Instead if you sign up for a workout plan, and get a friend to join you, you are much more likely to accomplish your goals. Not having a plan leaves you scrambling to put together the right resources in order to get a deal done and may mean you miss out on key pieces of the complex acquisition process. Solution #1: Use a proven process – If you want to pursue external growth and be successful, you will need to spend some time thinking about what you want  to accomplish and how you will go about doing it. Make sure you have a proven, systematic in place before jumping into action. Spending time upfront planning will go a long way in increasing your chances for success. Mistake #2: Being reactive – Many leaders tend to react to opportunities that come their way rather than seek out the ones best suited to their organizations. We are all busy, so it’s easy to fall into this trap and press the “easy” button, but unfortunately it means you may be overlooking the best growth pathways for your credit union.Solution #2: Be proactive! – Intentionality and focus are what separate mediocrity from excellence. Instead of waiting to hear about an opportunity, start actively seeking out organizations that you want to partner with.  This way you can find a prospect that matches your criteria and will help your credit union accomplish its long-term growth goals. Success comes to those who pursue it relentlessly!Mistake #3: Getting too emotional – It is important not to get too emotionally attached to a prospect that you ignore data that proves this may not be the best decision. While experience and intuition are important parts of the decision-making process, do not rely too heavily upon them as they can lead you blindly down the wrong path.  Solution #3: Be objective – Establish criteria with measurable objectives prior to evaluating prospects to help keep you on track. For example, even if you have a “great feeling” about a prospect located in Montana, if one of your criteria is the organization must be located on the west coast, then you know this prospect is not the right one for you. It can also be beneficial to have an outside advisor who can provide honest feedback and act as a sounding board as you sort through your choices.External growth – partnering with another organization through collaborations, strategic alliances, or strategic acquisitions – can be an excellent way to accelerate your credit unions’ growth. Avoid these three mistakes to increase your chances for success. 10SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Dearing John Dearing is a managing director at Capstone, a leading advisory firm focused on helping credit unions and CUSOs grow through proactive strategic growth programs and mergers and acquisitions. He … Web: www.CapstoneStrategic.com Detailslast_img read more

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Peter Thiel’s Palantir is skyrocketing as Trump’s prospects grow dim

first_imgPalantir, the data analytics software company co-founded by Peter Thiel, one of President Donald Trump’s former top allies in Silicon Valley, just wrapped up its best two days since going public in September, even as Trump’s prospects for a second term dimmed.Shares of Palantir surged 17% on Friday following an 11% jump a day earlier. The stock closed the week at $13.83, up 38% from its debut price.Thiel, the company’s chairman, saw the value of his stake, owned through various entities, jump by over $700 million over the last two days of trading. In Trump’s 2016 campaign, Thiel was a major supporter and adviser, but the venture capitalist did not back the president’s reelection effort. As of Friday, Trump trailed Democrat Joe Biden, who was just 17 electoral votes short of the 270 needed to win and was making significant progress in key states. – Advertisement – Because of Thiel’s ties to Trump and Palantir’s large government contracts, some investors may have viewed the the company as better off under Trump than a Democratic administration. However, Mark Cash, an equity analyst at Morningstar, said investors are getting more comfortable with the company’s story and aren’t worried about any disruption based on a change in the White House.Cash didn’t have a good explanation for the stock’s dramatic move up, but said that he’s optimistic about the company’s upcoming third-quarter earnings report scheduled for next week.“The administration doesn’t matter to their valuation or their market opportunity,” said Cash, who has a $13 price target on the stock. “They’ve been through both sides, Democrat and Republican. They’re not new to this, just newly public.”- Advertisement – Peter Thiel, co-founder and chairman of Palantir Technologies Inc., speaks during a news conference in Tokyo, Japan, on Monday, Nov. 18, 2019.Kiyoshi Ota | Bloomberg | Getty Images – Advertisement – – Advertisement – Just before Palantir’s market debut, the Defense Department said it awarded the company a $91.2 million contract to provide research and development to the Army Research Laboratory over the next two years. Palantir has been growing by continuing to get big government deals while also building up its roster of private sector clients.Cash said the company has a “nice pipeline of contracts,” including business with customers using its data tools for Covid 19 response, whether in public health or to route medical supplies.He also said that Palantir could be in position to win business even in an administration that’s pulling back on defense spending, because the company has been moving deeper into software and away from consulting, making its products more efficient.“If a deflationary spending environment for defense happens, it can be to their benefit,” Cash said. “Agencies probably can’t take on these expensive multi-year consulting efforts but instead would look to use off-the-shelf solutions that are already made.”WATCH: Palantir’s potential customer base is a fundamental issuelast_img read more

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Kate Mara Details ‘Horrible Experience’ Making ‘Fantastic Four’

first_imgLearning valuable lessons. Kate Mara opened up about her experience working on the Fantastic Four remake, admitting that it was a “horrible experience” and that she has some regrets.“I married one of my costars, so I don’t regret doing that movie at all. But do I wish I had responded differently to certain things? Yes, definitely,” the A Teacher star, 37, revealed in an interview with the Television Academy.- Advertisement – “If you’re feeling a certain thing that is uneasy or whatever, there’s a reason for it. But, because it was such a big movie and again, usually, except in this case, when you’re in a big superhero movie they usually do incredibly well, like almost always. So even if it’s challenging, or this or that, or not everything’s perfect, it’s probably good for you to do it,” she explained. “That was sort of what I was being told and also was telling myself.”The New York native then noted that she does wish she had done things differently.Kate Mara Details ‘Horrible Experience’ Making ‘Fantastic Four’: I Regret Not Standing Up for MyselfKate Mara attends the Miu Miu show in Paris on October 2, 2018. David Fisher/Shutterstock“I regret not having stood up for myself. I regret that for sure. Because if my daughter ended up acting and was in a situation like that where she felt like she couldn’t speak up … Meanwhile, I’m a pretty tough person and I really do advocate for myself,” Mara added. “Granted, this was a few years ago and maybe this situation was different, but if I was in that situation today, it just wouldn’t have happened or it just would have been a different environment, I think. So again, good learning experience!”- Advertisement – Mara played the Invisible Woman in the 2015 flick alongside Jamie Bell, who portrayed the Thing. The pair went on to marry in 2017 and welcomed their first child, a daughter, in 2019.Kate Mara Details ‘Horrible Experience’ Making ‘Fantastic Four’: I Regret Not Standing Up for MyselfKate Mara in “Fantastic Four.” Mandatory Credit: Photo by 20th Century Fox/Marvel/Kobal/Shutterstock“The fact of the matter is that my two horrendous experiences with directors were male directors. Have I not gotten along with a female director? Absolutely. And was it not the greatest work experience? Sure,” the Pose alum continued. “But there was never a time that I felt, ‘This is happening because I’m a woman.’ Where, with the male directors, it 100 percent was only happening with me; it was a power dynamic thing. And on both of my bad experiences, the movies were 95 percent men and I was the only woman in the movie.”The House of Cards alum detailed her experience even more in an interview with Collider, sharing the importance of speaking up if something or someone makes you uncomfortable — something she didn’t do.- Advertisement – Additionally, the American Horror Story vet said that she learned to ask other actors what their experience with a certain producer or director was before joining a project.“I think that if you really respect another actor and they’ve worked with someone that you’re thinking about working with, then you can learn a lot just by talking to them,” Mara told Collider. “I always say, if anyone ever wants to ask me about my experiences on things, then please do because I think that if you’re in a position where you can make a choice about doing something or not doing something — and we’re not always, sometimes you just have to work — but if you’re in a position where you can, doing the research not just with the role but with the people that you’re about to work with creatively is really important.”Listen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news! – Advertisement –last_img read more

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To anyone hoping for impartial coverage of the abortion debate, these are not promising signs

first_imgKarl du Fresne 28 May 2018Family First Comment: Some refreshing commentary on the media bias in NZ – in this case, Radio NZ!“On Morning Report…Susie Ferguson questioned Abortion Law Reform New Zealand president Terry Bellamak about the implications of the Irish referendum result. That was a soft interview too, although Morning Report professes to be a hard current affairs show… Earlier, Ferguson had tried repeatedly to corner National leader Simon Bridges with the same “Why should women have to lie to get an abortion?” question, clearly implying that the law is bad and should be overturned. I wonder, what prospect is there of the abortion debate getting fair and impartial coverage from Radio New Zealand when the presenter of its top-rating current affairs show so plainly displays her personal feelings on the issue?… As far as I can tell, Morning Report carried no comment from anti-abortion groups on the Irish result and its implications, if any, for New Zealand. Why go to one side and not the other?”Well said, Karl. Time the media were called out.This afternoon on National Radio I heard Jesse Mulligan interview a spokeswoman for a group of Irish Wellingtonians who backed the “yes” vote in Ireland’s abortion referendum.It was a soft interview, as you might expect of a light, chatty afternoon show. The interviewee told how her group gathered at a Wellington bar on Saturday night to watch the referendum result come in. There were heart-warming scenes of joy and happiness, she said, when the “no” campaigners – the people who opposed liberalisation of Ireland’s strict abortion laws – conceded defeat.The tone of the conversation was celebratory. A visitor from a distant galaxy would have had no trouble concluding that the right side had won the argument.(As an aside, I accept that the referendum result was greeted as a triumph for women’s rights. Nonetheless I find it grotesque that people should rejoice at the prospect of thousands, if not tens of thousands, of unborn babies having their lives snuffed out. It strikes me as a triumph of warped ideology over humanity – but that’s just me.)Mulligan stopped short (just) of congratulating his guest on the outcome, but he did feed her an obliging cue by effectively inviting her to say that New Zealand now lagged behind Ireland in terms of restrictions on abortion – the implication being that we should get our skates on if we want to catch up.This followed an interview earlier in the day on Morning Report in which Susie Ferguson questioned Abortion Law Reform New Zealand president Terry Bellamak about the implications of the Irish referendum result. That was a soft interview too, although Morning Report professes to be a hard current affairs show.Like her afternoon colleague, Ferguson fed her guest a sympathetic question (“Is it acceptable that you have to lie to get an abortion?”) which seemed to give a pretty clear idea of her own position on the issue. And like Mulligan’s guest, Bellamak seized on the Irish result as an argument for reform of New Zealand’s own abortion laws. After all, who wants the embarrassment of having the most conservative abortion regime in the English-speaking world? We can expect this to become a recurring theme from pro-abortion activists as pressure mounts for repeal of the abortion provisions in the 40-year-old Contraception, Sterilisation and Abortion Act. It’s a weak argument (after all, the fact that other countries have wide-open abortion laws doesn’t make them right), but that won’t stop them.Earlier, Ferguson had tried repeatedly to corner National leader Simon Bridges with the same “Why should women have to lie to get an abortion?” question, clearly implying that the law is bad and should be overturned. I wonder, what prospect is there of the abortion debate getting fair and impartial coverage from Radio New Zealand when the presenter of its top-rating current affairs show so plainly displays her personal feelings on the issue?This is no idle question. Abortion liberalisation is likely to be on the Labour-led government’s legislative agenda next year, and those old enough to remember the turbulent passage of the 1977 legislation will know how bitter and divisive the debate could be. In that case Radio New Zealand will be expected to report the issue fairly and impartially – an expectation made all the weightier because it’s a state-owned broadcaster with a special duty of neutrality. But I wonder what the prospects are of that happening, given what I heard today.As far as I can tell, Morning Report carried no comment from anti-abortion groups on the Irish result and its implications, if any, for New Zealand. Why go to one side and not the other?READ MORE: http://karldufresne.blogspot.com/2018/05/to-anyone-hoping-for-impartial-coverage.htmllast_img read more

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Wrestlers return, shift focus to Olympic qualifiers

first_imgAfter spending a 3-day delay in Istanbul, victorious Nigerian wrestling team to the 2020 African Championships held in Algiers, Algeria are back in the country. The team that won 14 medals (7gold, 5silver and 2bronze) at the championship arrived at the Muritala Muhammed Airport, Lagos Friday night after spending extra three days in Turkey due to bad weather during their stopover in Istanbul. Loading… In a chat with Sportinglife.ng on arrival, Secretary General of the Nigeria Wrestling Federation, Umar Lambu said the team will now shift focus the African/Oceania Wrestling Olympic Qualification Tournament billed to hold in El Jadida, Morocco from March 13–15, 2020. World number one, Odunayo Adekuoroye is the only Nigerian wrestler that has qualified Tokyo Games following her bronze-winning performance at the 2019 World Championships in Nur Sultan, Kazakhstan and Lambo said the federation will try as much as possible to have more athletes qualify for the event. “It was a huge experience, our athletes defended their titles. The girls and boys did well. We prepared them to defend their titles which they did. They even surpassed the last outing. After spending three days in Istanbul, thank God we are here today.Advertisement “The level of competition was so tough but our athletes tried, particularly John Emmanuel in the 74kg. He had a very strict competition but we thank God he won gold medal, likewise others too. Read Also: 2021 AFCON Race: Eagles, Leone Stars to clash in Asaba “This competition is a partway for our qualification series which will take place in March in Morocco. So if you don’t attend this one, you will not be able to attend the qualifier. “Thank God they went and they have done wonderfully well. “Right now we are focusing on the qualifier and we hope to have more athIetes qualify in Morocco,” Lambu told Sportinglife.ng. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our PlanetYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime6 Most Breathtaking Bridges In The World11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopThese TV Characters Proved That Any 2 People Can Bury The HatchetTop 10 TV Friends Who Used To Be EnemiesThe Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The UniverseThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read Morelast_img read more

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NASA challenges young minds in Western Visayas

first_imgThe NASA-led international “hackathon”is being conducted simultaneously in different cities in the world. Allen Blauuw has offered his time andskills to be one of the minds aiming to address the challenges on Earth andspace.        Keener, meanwhile, said the support ofthe DOST for the NASA space apps challenge and its hosting of the InnovateIloilo proved their commitment to preparing young minds for the future. “I was encouraged by my dad. I foundthe workshop interesting because I learned about NASA and space,” Blauuw said. The United States (US) Embassy in thePhilippines, with the Central Philippine University, has brought the NASA spaceapps challenge from Friday to Sunday.  ILOILO City – A nine-year-old boy fromBacolod City was the youngest among the participants in this year’s NationalAeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) space apps challenge here. Dr. Emelyn Flores, assistant regionaldirector for technical operations of the DOST-6, said the challenge has openedthe doors of science and technology to young people like Blauuw. “At the end of the event, they willcome up with solutions, prototypes that they will present to a panel of judges.But the idea is really to teach them how to work collaboratively, how to reallyfocus on using science and technology for problem-solving, applications toreal-world challenges,” Keener said. At his young age, Blauuw dreams of“becoming a programmer” and help develop applications useful for addressingproblems on climate and the environment. “I think the best way that we can dois to continue to invest in things like this, issues like this, to continue toinvest in youth and its education and continue to develop the entirecommunity,” added Keener.(With a reportfrom PNA/PN) “At this stage, they will be aware ofwhat is happening in our Earth and space. They will be encouraged to doresearch if they will encounter problems, they can come up with solutions,”Flores said. Matt Keener, Cultural Attaché of theUS Embassy, said on Friday Iloilo was chosen to host the challenge as it is“investing in its youth in its science and technology and education.” Nine-year-old Allen Blauuw (2nd from left) participates in a team activity during the National Aeronautics and Space Administration space apps challenge at the Central Philippine University on Friday. He added the NASA will provide datathat “the challengers will work upon.” Keener said that the apps challengewas supported by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST).  He added the winners of the NASA spaceapps challenge will get the chance to compete in the Global Apps Challenge withtwo selected teams in the city locations, saying that the winner of the saidchallenge in Iloilo will be announced on Sunday. “This is a part of our one-weekcelebration of Innovation Expo 2019 that will be more on technology and scienceweek celebration,” she added.last_img read more

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UEFA announces Referees for Bayern Munich, PSG Champions League final

first_img Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?7 Universities In The World Where Education Costs Too MuchWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone8 Fascinating Facts About CoffeeThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More8 Amazing Facts About Ancient Egypt Loading… Referee: Daniele Orsato (Italy) read also:JUST-IN: Bayern thrash Lyon 3-0, to face PSG in UCL finalAssistants: Lorenzo Manganelli, Alessandro Giallatini (both from Italy)Fourth official: Ovidiu Hațegan (Romania)VAR: Massimiliano Irrati (Italy)VAR Assistant: Marco Guida (Italy)Offside VAR: Roberto Diaz Pérez del Palomar (Spain)VAR Support: Alejandro Hernández Hernández (Spain) FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 center_img In what should be a fascinating match-up, Daniele Orsato will lead the referee crew as Bayern Munich and PSG battle for Champions League supremacy. UEFA released the officiating crew for the Champions League finale on Sunday that will feature Bayern Munich facing off against Paris Saint-Germain. Daniele Orsato will referee the contest. Orsato, a 44-year-old Italian, has officiated eight matches in the Champions League this season, including Real Madrid’s first leg against Manchester City in the round of 16 back in February. Orsato will be joined by countrymen Lorenzo Manganelli and Alessandro Giallatini. The fourth official will be Ovidiu Hațegan from Romania. The full list of officials is below:Advertisementlast_img read more

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