+123 456 7890 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mountain View, CA 94043

Lactation and mother–pup behaviour in the Mediterranean monk seal Monachus monachus: an unusual pattern for a phocid

first_imgThis paper presents baseline information on maternal behaviour and lactation in the Mediterranean monk seal, with particular focus on the age at which pups are weaned. The study was conducted in the western Saharan population, the only surviving colony of the species. The first moult finished at a mean pup age of 72.3±17 d (N=17) and, in contrast to other taxonomically-related phocids, this process was not associated with weaning. Lactation lasted a mean of 119.4 d (N=9; range: 103–149 d) in the pups that could be monitored until full weaning had taken place. This period almost doubles the maximum lactation length reported in other phocid species. During the first week after birth the mother–pup bond was well developed and mothers always remained with their pups. The time invested in nursing (17%, SD: ±36) and in mother–pup interactions (14%, SD: ±32) was higher during this period than afterwards (8%, SD: ±23 and 4%, SD: ±19, respectively). After the first week, nursing continued but mothers started to leave their pups in order to feed at sea. Weaning occurred gradually. Already since birth, pups were active and mobile, and swam frequently before moulting or weaning occurred. Fostering and milk stealing were common patterns of behaviour for both lactating females and pups. In 26.6% of the suckling episodes observed in mother–pup pairs of known identity, pups suckled from females other than their mothers. Some females nursed more than one pup, at least occasionally, and in some cases a pup was fostered long-term by an alien female. The Mediterranean monk seal exhibits maternal-care characteristics that are more like otarids than phocids. This observation contradicts previous proposals that a short lactation period is a phylogenetic characteristic of phocids. Several of the unusual maternal traits observed may be favoured by year-round access to abundant food supply, availability of breeding sites, and mild climatic conditions. This information should be taken into account when designing conservation strategies for the species and, very particularly, in the implementation of pup rehabilitation programmes.last_img read more

Read More »

USS Bataan Welcomes Aboard Friends, Family for Three-Day Tiger Cruise

first_img View post tag: Aboard View post tag: News by topic Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Bataan Welcomes Aboard Friends, Family for Three-Day Tiger Cruise View post tag: Naval February 8, 2012 View post tag: Tiger USS Bataan Welcomes Aboard Friends, Family for Three-Day Tiger Cruise View post tag: USS Sailors and Marines aboard multipurpose amphibious assault ship USS Bataan (LHD 5) welcomed aboard friends and family for a three-day Tiger Cruise Feb. 5-7.Bataan’s “Tigers” – a term describing the friends and family members of the crew – were transported via bus from Norfolk, Va., to Morehead City, N.C., to meet the ship as it prepared to return from a 10 1/2 month deployment in support of maritime security operations in the U.S. 5th and 6th fleet areas of responsibility.Riding the ship for the 327 mile journey home to Norfolk offered more than 500 Tigers aboard the chance to experience daily shipboard life. For many, this marks their first experience on a U.S. Navy ship underway.“I’ve been on ships in port before, but this is my first Tiger Cruise,” said Zach Pierce, a high school senior from Chesapeake, Va. “The people have been friendly. I like how the ship is organized and I’m excited to see it all.”Pierce, a freestyle sprinter and captain of his school’s swim team, said he is interested in the Navy’s special warfare combatant craft (SWCC) program, but is keeping all post-high school options open.“Having Tigers on board is a great way to thank our families and loved ones for the exceptional support they’ve given us these past several months,” said Capt. George Vassilakis, Bataan’s executive officer. “We’re delighted to show them what it is we do.”The ship planned several events to make the Tiger Cruise experience special. Bataan service members had the opportunity to watch the Super Bowl XLVI with their loved ones and enjoy football fare such as fried chicken, potato chips and fresh vegetables. The ship also hosted an ice-cream social.Shortly after getting underway from Morehead City Feb. 6, Tigers were treated to a special fly-by demonstration from two F/A-18 Hornets assigned to the “Gunslingers” of Strike Fighter Squadron One Zero Five (VFA 105).“That fly-by just made me proud,” said Joanne Kohnen, from Leslie, Mo. “I’ve been looking forward to this Tiger Cruise from the moment my son wrote they were having one. When I think of the sacrifices and the hard work you do to keep us safe, all I can say is ‘thank you’.”Her son, Engineman Fireman Recruit Benjamin Kohnen, said that he was proud to show his mom the equipment he operates and give her a tour of the engineering work spaces.“It means a lot that she came out here,” said Kohnen, finishing his first deployment. “She’s supportive of what I’ve chosen and she’s interested in what I do. She sent care packages throughout deployment, not just for me but for the 50-plus people in my division. It meant a lot to me and to them.”While this is the first underway experience for some Tigers, other Tigers are former Sailors.“I came here to support [my daughter] and show her we appreciate what she’s doing,” said John Collandra, from Jacksonville, Fla., who spent 20 years in the Navy as an aviation ordnanceman. “I’m proud of her, and I’m proud of all the Sailors.”“It’s nice sharing this experience with [my dad],” said Ens. Hillary Collandra. “He’s been in the Navy and he knows what deployments are like. Having my dad and brother out here is like a long distance race where someone meets you near the end and helps you push to the finish line.”Bataan deployed March 23, 2011 three months ahead of schedule as part of the Bataan Amphibious Ready Group (ARG) in support of NATO-lead Operation Unified Protector. The BATARG’s deployment is the longest in 40 years.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , February 08, 2012; Image: navy View post tag: Cruisecenter_img View post tag: Family Training & Education View post tag: Navy View post tag: Friends View post tag: Three-Day View post tag: Bataan View post tag: welcomes Share this articlelast_img read more

Read More »

Press release: Twice weekly rapid testing to be available to everyone in England

first_imgHealth and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock said: Massive efforts have been made by the British public to stop the spread of the virus. As we continue to make good progress on our vaccine programme and with our roadmap to cautiously easing restrictions underway, regular rapid testing is even more important to make sure those efforts are not wasted. That’s why we’re now rolling out free rapid tests to everyone across England – helping us to stop outbreaks in their tracks, so we can get back to seeing the people we love and doing the things we enjoy. Recent analysis from NHS Test and Trace shows that for every 1,000 lateral flow tests carried out, there is less than 1 false positive result. LFDs detect cases with high levels of virus and are very effective in finding people who don’t have symptoms but are very likely to transmit the disease.NHS COVID-19 app updatesTo coincide with the offer of free rapid testing for everyone, there will be updates to the NHS COVID-19 app in England from 8 April:Everyone in a group must check inIn line with new regulations, when a group enters a hospitality venue, every individual must check either by scanning the official NHS QR code poster with the NHS COVID-19 app, or by providing their contact details. Previously, only the lead member of the group needed to provide contact details to check in.Venue history sharingIf an app user tests positive, they will be asked to share their venue history in a privacy-protecting way via the app. This will allow venue alerts to be generated more quickly, and improve the ability to identify where outbreaks are occurring and take steps to prevent the virus spreading.Additional venue alertsIf a person has been at a venue on the same day as several other people who have since tested positive for COVID-19, they may receive an alert advising them to book a test immediately, whether they are showing symptoms or not. This is to support finding asymptomatic cases who may have caught the virus but are not displaying symptoms.New QR code postersThere will be new posters displaying QR codes for hospitality venues in England. Work has taken place with the industry to make the posters clearer and easier to use. All venues in England in scope of the regulations are legally required to display an official NHS QR code poster.Notes to editors Around 1 in 3 people who have COVID-19 show no symptoms, and as we reopen society and resume parts of life we have all dearly missed, regular rapid testing is going to be fundamental in helping us quickly spot positive cases and squash any outbreaks. The vaccine programme has been a shot in the arm for the whole country, but reclaiming our lost freedoms and getting back to normal hinges on us all getting tested regularly. The British public have shown over the last year that they quickly adapt and always do what it is right in the interest of public health, and I know they will do their bit by getting tested regularly in the months ahead. A marketing campaign encouraging people to take up the offer of twice weekly rapid testing will start on 9 April. The universal offer is currently for England only. The Devolved Administrations make their own policy decisions around testing. If an individual lives in a devolved nation, their guidelines around testing will differ, and the individual should follow testing guidance issued by their nation. Dr Susan Hopkins on confirmatory PCR testing and detecting variants Getting a rapid testGetting a rapid test is quick and convenient. Over 100,000 businesses in England have registered their interest to provide rapid tests to their employees, and the offer of free testing is being expanded to companies with over 10 workers where on-site testing is impossible. The expanded regular testing offer for people without symptoms will be delivered through: a home ordering service, which allows people to order lateral flow tests online to be delivered to their home workplace testing programmes, on-site or at home community testing, offered by all local authorities collection at a local PCR test site during specific test collection time windows testing on-site at schools and colleges A new ‘Pharmacy Collect’ service is also launching which will provide an additional route to regular testing. People aged over 18 without symptoms will be able to visit a participating local pharmacy and collect a box of 7 rapid tests to use twice a week at home.If testing at home, individuals will need to register their results online or by calling 119. They should self-isolate if positive and order a confirmatory PCR test.Anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 should book a test online or by calling 119.Dr Susan Hopkins, COVID-19 Strategic Response Director at PHE and Chief Medical Adviser to NHS Test and Trace, said: Rapid testing helps us find COVID-19 cases that we wouldn’t otherwise know about, helping to break chains of transmission. These tests are effective in detecting people that are infectious and therefore most likely to transmit infection to others. They are another tool we now have to help maintain lower infection rates. I encourage everyone to take up the offer of these free rapid tests – they are quick and easy to carry out in your own home. Everyone in England will be able to access free, regular, rapid coronavirus testing from 9 April, the government has announced.In a significant step forward, which paves the way for businesses and society reopening, anyone will be able to access free, rapid lateral flow tests (LFDs) for themselves and their families to use twice a week, in line with clinical guidance.Rapid testing has so far been available to those most at risk and people who need to leave home for work, including frontline NHS workers, care home staff and residents, and schoolchildren and their families. Now rapid testing will be offered to everyone, with people encouraged to take regular tests to help prevent outbreaks and reclaim a more normal way of life.One in 3 people with COVID-19 do not experience any symptoms and may be spreading the virus unwittingly. Rapid testing detects cases quickly, meaning positive cases can isolate immediately. Since rapid testing was introduced, over 120,000 positive cases that would not have been found otherwise have already been identified by LFDs. By making rapid tests available to everyone, more cases will be detected, breaking chains of transmission and saving lives.Alongside the rollout of the vaccine, regular testing is going to be an essential part of the easing of restrictions as it will help us quickly suppress the spread of variants. Through new testing technology, positive cases of variants of concern are being detected faster than ever before. More people getting a test will increase our ability to identify and control variants.The NHS COVID-19 app has been breaking chains of transmission to protect users and their communities since its launch in September, with over 22 million people downloading the app to date. Updates will be made to the NHS COVID-19 app in England to coincide with the offer of rapid testing for everyone.Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: Everyone in England, including those without symptoms, will be able to take a free rapid coronavirus (COVID-19) test twice a week Alongside vaccine rollout, regular testing is at the heart of plans to reopen society and the economy, helping to suppress and control the spread of variants Updates will be made to the NHS COVID-19 app in England to coincide with the universal testing offerlast_img read more

Read More »

Antwaun Stanley To Join Vulfpeck For Rare Performance At Fool’s Paradise

first_imgFrom April 1st to 2nd, Fool’s Paradise will take over St. Augustine, FL with some funky mayhem, bringing a stellar line up of top acts and talented up and comers. While Lettuce, GRiZ, a Chris Robinson led super jam with George Porter Jr. and Ivan Neville (among others), and The Nth Power bring the established star power to the scene, funk fans are flocking with excitement to welcome Vulfpeck to their beloved community.With only a handful of shows last year, including two sold-out shows at Brooklyn Bowl and an appearance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, the world is still learning to love Vulfpeck and their quirky ways. Luckily, we get two sets from Vulfpeck at Fool’s Paradise, including one special late night performance. On top of that, Vulfpeck’s own Jack Stratton has confirmed that Antwaun Stanley, who appears on Vulf hits like “1612,” “Wait For The Moment,” and “Funky Duck,” will also be joining Friday’s festivities. “By a series of unbelievable coincidences, Antwaun Stanley will be vacationing in St. Augustine during Fool’s Paradise and will stop by for Vulfpeck set,” he told us. This will be the third time Stanley has performed a live show with Vulfpeck, with the only two other performances being at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York City last November.Get down with “1612” featuring Antwuan Stanley:With all this great music and late night after shows, not to mention the one of a kind artist excursions, fine dining, historic sight-seeing opportunities and the fact that Florida is a perfect place to escape the winter blues, Fool’s Paradise is a perfect way to start the summer outdoor music season. For tickets and information about all the exciting fun to be had at the Fool’s Paradise Music Festival, click HERE and come be a part of history!last_img read more

Read More »

Simple Steps to Secure Your Online Presence

first_imgThis week kicks off National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) which is well needed in light of the recent mega data breaches. Security awareness is becoming more important as consumers are now demanding more security from the organizations they do business with. Yet, it is important to remember cybersecurity is a shared responsibility. When was the last time you thought about taking control of your own security and privacy posture?Take immediate action with these simple quick fix steps:Think Like A CybercriminalTake inventory of the information a cybercriminal would want. (banking, credit cards, SSN, healthcare, etc.) What are you doing to protect it? Ensure you are backing up any important data offline so if you are impacted by ransomware you are prepared.  Clean up your social media accounts by both checking your privacy settings and delete older posts that might compromise your personal information. When you are shopping online think about the information you are providing – would you give it to a clerk at a register? If not, don’t provide it online. Check to see if your information is already being sold in the dark web. Ultimately, by doing this, it will allow you to stop fraud before it happens, reducing identity theft and account takeover. Step It UpMany organizations you do business with now offer simple, convenient and secure step up authentication options– why are you not using it?  It typically is a very simple process to activate and use. Resist The ClickWith all the high tech attacks, the number one vulnerability is still humans.  RSA’s Anti-Fraud Command Center identifies a new phishing attack every 30 seconds and many of them are now linked to ransomware.  The velocity of phishing attacks combined with us letting our guard down while engaging in many digital channels makes us more vulnerable than ever. This is why it is critical when you get a text, email or see a link to a video on social media, take caution before you click.Be On AlertSince most of us don’t proactively check our statements every day, set up these alerts to simplify your monitoring process: activate fraud alerts on all your financial and health related accounts.  Examples of the types of alerts many organizations offer are:  a new payee, money withdrawal, high value credit card transaction, insurance claim submitted, use of hospitality loyalty points or a new healthcare record. Also, you should consider signing up for a security credit freeze with credit bureaus like Equifax, Experian , TransUnion Clean Your HouseChances are that you use the same password for many of your accounts.  With the frequency of data breaches and malware capable of stealing your passwords, it is more important how often you change your passwords, not how strong they are.  Consider making it a sentence so it will be easier to remember.  Also, take a moment and look around and evaluate all your interconnected devices: your watch, phone, tablet, toy, car, light, printer, thermostat, drones, gaming console, etc, We live in an IOT world and need to adapt to it. Any new device you get start by changing the default user names and passwords, installing security updates and turning off devices when not in use.Cybercrime dramatically impacts our entire economy and our personal and professional lives.We all must share responsibility to defending our digital universe – take time to join the good fight!  Learn how by following us on @RSASecurity.last_img read more

Read More »

Signature Theatre Company’s 2014-15 Season to Highlight A.R. Gurney & Naomi Wallace

first_img A new production of Gurney’s The Wayside Motor Inn will play at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre August through September. Set outside of Boston, the play examines the tenuous space between loneliness and connection as ten people struggle with the circumstance that have brought them to the Wayside Motor Inn. And I And Silence The Residency One program continues in February 2015 with the New York premiere of Wallace’s The Liquid Plan at the Alice Griffin, directed by Kwame Kwei-Armah. The play follows Adjua and Dembi, two runaway slaves who plan a daring run for freedom. Related Shows In May 2015, Signature will open Gurney’s What I Did Last Summer at the Irene Diamond Stage, about a woman who fights to save the bonds of her family as her husband is overseas near the end of World War II. The Signature Theatre Company has announced that they will broaden its 2014-15 Residency One program to feature two playwrights: A.R. Gurney and Naomi Wallace. The off-Broadway company has traditionally highlighted a single playwright as part of the program. Signature will also produce works by Sam Shepard, Charles Mee and Athol Fugard as part of its Legacy Program, as well as a new play by Signature’s Residency Five playwright Katori Hall. The U.S. premiere of Wallace’s And I And Silence, directed by Caitlin McLeod, will open the season this August at The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theatre. The play tells the story of two imprisoned teenagers, one black and one white, who form a perilous bond in 1950s America. The season will also include the world premiere of Katori Hall’s Our Lady of Kibeho with Michael Grief at the helm at the Irene Diamond in November 2014. The new play is part of the company’s Residency Five program, which provides a group of playwrights with the full range of the company’s resources for a period of five years to create and produce new works. View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 14, 2014 Signature’s Legacy Program, which features works of past Signature Playwrights-in-Residence, will include the U.S premiere in November 2014 of A Particle of Dread by Sam Shepard, directed by Nancy Meckler and starring Oscar nominee Stephen Rea at the Alice Griffin, Charles Mee’s Big Love directed by Tina Landau in February 2015 at the Irene Diamond, and a new play written and directed by Athol Fugard in April 2015 at the Romulus Linley.last_img read more

Read More »

23 can’t-miss spring savings deals

first_img 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Now that spring is here, there might be a few things you want to accomplish — whether it’s remodeling your house or taking a taking a much-needed trip. But before you buy a ton of paint to renovate your kitchen or book a pricey vacation, make sure you take advantage of the various spring sales, discounts, freebies and deals offered this year.From coupons on home appliances and beauty products to discounts on sporting equipment and fancy resorts, there are plenty of opportunities for you to save a ton of cash this spring. continue reading »last_img read more

Read More »

Clear up members’ confusion about mortgage insurance

first_imgIf you’ve talked with members who can’t make their mortgage payments because they’re temporarily disabled and can’t work, you might have heard comments such as, “I thought I had insurance through work for this,” or “I thought private mortgage insurance covered this.”It’s heartbreaking. And it’s predictable. Just look at the variety of products and programs members might believe will help them should they fall into this predicament:Private mortgage insurance (PMI);Workers’ compensation insurance;Short-term or long-term disability insurance;Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI); andMortgage payment protection.Mortgage transactions are complex enough without expecting members to understand the key differences between the items on that list.So at some point before closing, ask members how they’ll pay their mortgage should a breadwinner lose his or her paycheck. Prepare to clarify key aspects of these products and programs, such as: continue reading » 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Read More »

US inspections of Canadian meat return to normal

first_img James also reported reassuring results from recent audits the FSIS conducted in Canada, in part as a result of the linkage of beef trim from Rancher’s Beef of Balzac, Alta., with E coli in ground beef sold by Topps Meat Co. of Elizabeth, N.J. Topps meat was tied to an E coli outbreak in September, causing the company to recall 21.7 million pounds of ground beef and subsequently go out of business. In addition, FSIS planned to return to a normal testing regimen for Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella in ready-to-eat products, James said in his letter to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). Nov 28, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) says it is returning its inspections and testing of Canadian meat and poultry products to normal levels after finding no problems during expanded monitoring over the past 2½ weeks. The USDA had approximately doubled inspections and pathogen testing of Canadian meat and poultry products Nov 9 in the wake of concerns this fall about Escherichia coli O157:H7 in beef from an Alberta facility and findings from a USDA audit of Canadian packing plants in May and June. James also said the agency would continue E coli testing of certain beef products that hadn’t been tested before the expanded program: raw beef trim, boxed beef, and “subprimal” cuts normally destined for grinding. “Testing for E coli O157:H7 will proceed at levels to be determined after completion of an analysis of eligible imported beef products from all equivalent countries,” he wrote. In a Nov 27 letter to Canadian officials, Dr. William James of the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) said the agency would resume normal levels of examinations of Canadian meat and poultry products and pasteurized egg products today. James is acting assistant administrator of the FSIS Office of International Affairs. Letter from Dr. William James to the CFIAhttp://www.fsis.usda.gov/PDF/Canada_O157_Resume_Normal_Testing_Letter.pdf See also: The FSIS audited the CFIA’s investigation of practices at Rancher’s Beef and “recall events” related to that company. In addition, the FSIS reviewed seven Canadian establishments that previously had been flagged for problems, plus others that were similar to Rancher’s Beef in their operations, James said. “The audits indicated the unsafe practices in Rancher’s Beef were not employed by other establishments, and that corrective actions were in place in the seven establishments identified in the audit earlier this year,” he wrote. Nov 21 CIDRAP News story “USDA modifies E coli testing rules for Canadian beef” He said the increased testing “has not revealed any problems with Canadian products exported to the United States.” Nov 8 CIDRAP News story “USDA vows to double inspections of Canadian meat”last_img read more

Read More »

Monaco chief responds to Wissam Ben Yedder transfer speculation amid Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool interest

first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement Monaco chief responds to Wissam Ben Yedder transfer speculation amid Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool interest Solskjaer previews Tottenham match, says he’s proud of Marcus RashfordTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Play VideoLoaded: 0%0:00Progress: 0%PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 3:07FullscreenSolskjaer previews Tottenham match, says he’s proud of Marcus Rashfordhttps://metro.co.uk/video/solskjaer-previews-tottenham-match-says-hes-proud-marcus-rashford-2194350/This is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.‘We still want to keep Wissam. He is a great asset to the club, a great pro. ‘We expect him to stay in Monaco. There is no question of him leaving the club.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errorsBen Yedder has previously spoken about coming close to a move to Barcelona, but despite their efforts, he remains focused on contuing to perform for Monaco.‘Barcelona could have happened much earlier for me,’ he told Onze Mundial.‘Last summer they made contacts for me, they collected a lot of information about me and the same was true this winter, but the move did not happen.t shows I am doing a good job, but despite this interest, I am totally focused on my performances with Monaco.’MORE: Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer praises Mason Greenwood for putting on muscle during lockdownMORE: Mikel Arteta praises ‘extraordinary’ Eddie Nketiah after Arsenal’s defeat to Manchester CityFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.For more stories like this, check our sport page. Ben Yedder looks likely to stay in France (Picture: Getty Images)AS Monaco vice-president Oleg Petrov says there is ‘no question’ of Wissam Ben Yedder leaving the club this summer, despite interest from the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal.The 29-year-old finished as the joint-top scorer in Ligue 1 alongside PSG’s Kylian Mbappe on 18 goals when the French division was cancelled due to the coronavirus crisis in April.But just a year after making the £36 million switch from Sevilla to Monaco, the striker has already been linked with a move away from France.According to L’Equipe, a whole host of top European clubs are after his signature and despite the French outfit needing to sell in the next transfer window, Ben Yedder is one they want to hold on to.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT‘Selling will be an important task of course and we will work on it together,’ Petrov told RMC Sport.‘The goal will be to balance. We have players to let go. Metro Sport ReporterFriday 19 Jun 2020 11:15 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link389Shares Commentlast_img read more

Read More »