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FIFA World Cup 2018: Twitter goes crazy as Spain sack their manager Julen Lopetegui…

first_imgAdvertisement(photo credits: Getty Images)In a shocking state of affairs, Julen Lopetegui has been officially sacked by the Spanish national football team, a day after he was appointed as the new Real Madrid manager after Zinedine Zidane’s departure. In his stead, they have appointed 50 year old Fernando Hierro as the new manager who was previously the RFEF’s Sporting Director.Spain will play their first World Cup match on Friday, June 16 against Portugal at 23:30 IST.Now, let’s take a look at what the Twitterati had to say:First, the official tweet.🗣 @LuisRubiales: “Nos hemos visto obligados a prescindir del seleccionador nacional. Le deseamos la mayor de las suertes. Lo que consiga la @SeFutbol, tendrá que ver con el trabajo que ha desarrollado” https://t.co/Jyxqb81K23— RFEF (@rfef) June 13, 2018It didn’t take long for the fire to spread.When you hear Spain have sacked Julen Lopetegui… 🏆 pic.twitter.com/38ogH6JppX— SportsJOE (@SportsJOE_UK) June 13, 2018 LIVE SCENE: Julien Lopetegui lands to Russia and 🛬🛫 #WorldCup2018 pic.twitter.com/hNMcjzyPcn— Mordis Gööner (@ISaamiu) June 13, 2018 It’s an awkward decision whichever way you look at it… what do you feel about it? Was RFEF right to stick to their policies and sack their manager a day before the biggest football event on the planet?Let us know in the comments below.Also Read: Football : USA, Canada and Mexico to co-host FIFA World Cup 2026FIFA World Cup 2018: 10 Players that are likely to set the tournament alightFIFA WC 2018: One Day To The WC And Julen Lopetegui Has Been Sacked As                    Spain’s ManagerAdvertisement Mourinho, Conte, Guardiola, Rio Ferdinand, Harry Kane, Unai Emery & Zlatan react to the news that Spain head coach Julen Lopetegui has been sacked on the eve of the World Cup! #WorldCup #Spain pic.twitter.com/PS3BC79dL3— Al Foran (@ImpressionistAL) June 13, 2018 Portugal’s chances of a win on Friday night have improved. For the Spanish FA to sack Julen Lopetegui seems a drastically late measure.— Jim Beglin (@jimbeglin) June 13, 2018 Nobody thought about that! #Lopetegui signs with #RealMadrid and is sacked a day later as national coach! Incredible! #WC2018— Bodo Illgner (@Bodo_Illgner) June 13, 2018 Manchester United bribed Spain’s FA to sack Julen Lopetegui so he won’t spend a month convincing De Gea to come to Real Madrid pic.twitter.com/tJQlNZDaIp— Omoniyi Israel (@omoissy) June 13, 2018center_img Can’t wait for every single stadium in Spain to whistle Lopetegui— AtléticoFans (@AtleticoFans) June 13, 2018 Lopetegui: The reign with Spain stays mainly on the plane.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) June 13, 2018 Exclusive footage of Julen Lopetegui in Russia pic.twitter.com/beyC9XHmW3— #FPL Secrets (@FPLSecrets) June 13, 2018 One thing made very plain by this Lopetegui/Spain saga, right down to “confirming” Celades as the new manager, is that ‘the media’ very often does not have a clue. (And yes, I say that as a member of ‘the media’.)— Andy West (@andywest01) June 13, 2018 Probably an unpopular take but… I dig the Spanish federation making a stand on Lopetegui. Real Madrid made a woefully-timed, vulgar display of power and RFEF probably felt the players, esp the non-Madrid ones, deserved better at this pivotal moment.— Charles Boehm (@cboehm) June 13, 2018last_img read more

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Soy Growers IARC Reclassification at Odds with Scientific Consensus on Safety of

first_imgFollowing notification Friday of the International Agency for Research on Cancer’s (IARC) reclassification of glyphosate herbicide, the American Soybean Association issued the following statement from President Wade Cowan, a soybean farmer in Brownfield, Texas:“Soybean farmers are concerned first and foremost about the safety of their employees, their customers and neighbors in their communities, which is why this notification from the IARC is so confounding. From the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to its counterparts in Germany, Australia, Canada and elsewhere, we’ve seen risk assessment and safety agencies confirm the safety of glyphosate herbicide. Glyphosate has a 40-year track record of completely safe use in American fields, and we’ve been able to make great strides in reducing herbicide use in a sustainable manner during this period.“The reclassification is particularly troubling because the IARC is not a testing body, nor is this reclassification a study of its own. It is a subjective and limited review of previously existing research. The same research that, interestingly enough, the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment reviewed and determined to prove ‘no evidence of carcinogenicity’ just last year.“We are concerned about this issue because, while we are businessmen and women, we are also neighbors and members of our community. We depend on tools like glyphosate and other herbicides that have been proven absolutely safe by the world’s leading scientific and regulatory bodies. And because after all, we don’t just farm our land, we live on it, and work alongside our own families in the fields on which we use these products.”last_img read more

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