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Neymar must join Real Madrid if he is to be considered the best player in the world, according to former Barcelona and Brazil star Rivaldo.

The 26-year-old left Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain last year and has excelled in Ligue 1, but compatriot Rivaldo feels he will not be able to reach his full potential in France.

And amid widespread reports that Madrid are interested in Neymar, the World Cup winner has told the current Brazil forward to push for a move.

"I have even told [Neymar] he could be the best in the world," Rivaldo told GloboEsporte.com. "But I believe that if he stays at PSG, it will not happen. He has to leave PSG.

"The football for him, if he is to be the best in the world, has to be in Spain. If you're going to analyse, there's England, Spain, Italy, Germany - all different - but I'm talking about competitive football.


"Barcelona, ​​because of his situation, is difficult. But I believe that, from what I hear, from people who bring information to me, he has a chance to play for Real Madrid.

"Then, yes, I think he can be the best in the world."
Neymar is nearing a return from a fractured foot suffered with PSG as he looks to lead Brazil in this year's World Cup and improve on a fourth-placed finish four years ago.
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Manchester City broke their own Premier League record for the most completed passes in a single match since 2003-04, as well as recording the highest possession of any side, in the 5-0 thumping of Swansea City on Saturday.

Having wrapped up the title last weekend after Manchester United's defeat to West Brom, it was suggested Pep Guardiola's men might be impacted by complacency.

But they provided an emphatic response to such thoughts, crushing Swansea thanks to goals from David Silva, Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva and Gabriel Jesus.

On top of that, they completed 942 passes and had 83 per cent of the ball - both of which are the most by any team in one match since the 2003-04 campaign.

1015 - Manchester City attempted 1015 passes against Swansea (942 completed), becoming the first team to attempt 1000+ in a Premier League game (since 2003/04). Futuristic.

Their 942 completed passes came from 1,015 attempts, making City the first Premier League side to reach four figures.

It is the third time Guardiola's side have broken the record for successfully distributing the ball this season, with the previous benchmark being their 902 completed passes against Chelsea in March.
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Sports Updates / Top managers should want Arsenal job, says Moyes
« Last post by MANDINHO on Today at 07:57:40 pm »



David Moyes says his Manchester United experience should not deter potential Arsenal managers from applying to become Arsene Wenger's successor.

Gunners boss Wenger this week announced his impending departure after 22 years at the helm, drawing comparisons with Alex Ferguson's retirement following over a quarter of a century at Old Trafford.

Then-Everton manager Moyes was hand-picked by his fellow Scot to take over, but the succession plan ended in disaster as he was sacked just under 12 months later.

Now in charge of West Ham, the 54-year-old sees differences in Arsenal's situation and believes the job remains an attractive prospect.

"Arsenal are not champions and they've not got that many old players. Maybe not quite as big expectations at Arsenal as what there would have been at Manchester United," Moyes said.

"I do think whoever gets the opportunity should take it with both hands.

"It's a great chance, a great club, a big club in London with big traditions. I am sure there will be many, many of the elite managers keen to choose this club."

Moyes was speaking after his side's 4-1 defeat to Wenger's men at Emirates Stadium, the visitors having capitulated in the final eight minutes as they surrendered a point that Marko Arnautovic's fine strike looked set to earn.

"We contained them for long periods, we played well enough at times, we just didn’t start the second half well enough and they came back into it."

Teenage defender Declan Rice was at fault for opening the floodgates when he bizarrely opted to avoid Aaron Ramsey's curling cross-cum-shot in the 82nd minute, catching Joe Hart flat-footed and leaving Moyes to lament the costly error.

"We all have been young players. A young player makes a really poor mistake for the second goal," the Hammers manager said.

"I hope he learns from it because he has got big potential. But I think it really flattened the team.
"It will be a learning curve for him and he has to show it doesn't happen again, because if it happens again then you don't progress."
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Cheating can sometimes have serious
consequences, such as obtaining a failing
grade, probation, suspension, and a negative
mark about your conduct on permanent record.
Also, the cheating student will never really learn
the coursework, which puts him/her at a
disadvantage over time, leading to low self-
esteem. Counseling, creating an honor code,
changes in question papers, strict monitoring,
and severe punishments for cheating are some
of the solutions to solving this problem.
Why Do Students Cheat?
1. Greater/Excessive Competition:
Nowadays, due to greater competition, anything
less than a top grade is considered tantamount
to failure. A poor grade in school is enough to
put a massive dent in the child’s career path.
Thus, the fear of a poor future brings in a belief
of excelling at any cost, prompting a student to
resort to cheating.
2. Too Many Material To Cover/Heavy Academic
Workbook:
Since the academic system emphasizes more
on standardized tests rather than how much an
individual has actually learned, a lot of the
syllabus is very cumbersome, with too much
workload squeezed into each semester. Poorly
explained concepts by teachers and a multitude
of consecutive tests are difficult to handle. So,
when a student sees that his peers are at an
advantage by cheating, he/she also does the
same.
3. Pressure:
Apart from peers and teachers, parents are also
guilty of pressuring their child to constantly be
the best. Also, since students having part-time
jobs or suffering illnesses are not able to
prepare well for exams, their chances for higher
education or jobs is reduced, which forces them
to cheat to save themselves.
4. Financial Aid:
A high GPA not only ensures financial aid in the
form of scholarships, but can also make the
student eligible for athletic qualifications. In the
case of students with poor financial
backgrounds, this becomes very important, and
they may resort to cheating for acquiring a
good score.
5. Unfair/Strict Teacher:
Overly strict grading in tests, extremely tough
exams designed to fail students, and teachers
giving out an unreasonably high amount of
course work during each semester, can frustrate
students. Unable to cope with performance
pressure, students will cheat in order to get by
and complete their studies as required.
6. Poor Attendance/Lack Of Effort:
Students who are not sincere have poor
attendance in class and leave their exam
preparations to the last minute. With exams just
a few days away, the nerves and the
ramifications of failing become clear as there is
not enough time for preparation. As a last
resort, students look for ways to cheat and get
through. When done repeatedly, cheating
becomes a habit.
7. Peer Influence:
Often the relationship of friends and other social
groups, such as fraternities, can take
precedence over morals and ethics. To help out
people in one’s social circle is a natural
response. However, it can lead to cheating by
sharing what each person knows. The exam
becomes a test of group knowledge rather than
that of an individual’s.
8. Chance/Opportunity For Cheating:
During an examination, students may
occasionally come across unexpected
opportunities to cheat. The invigilator may have
left the exam hall, or was lax in his duties, or a
neighboring student did not cover the paper
properly. In such cases, the student might feel
tempted to use this to obtain a few more marks,
and thereby, gain an edge over his/her peers.
9. Lack Of Enforcement Of Rules:
Children who see that cheating is a norm rather
than the exception are likely to cheat too. Lack
of enforcement of rules makes the environment
of the institution friendly to cheats since no one
gets caught and punished. The situation grows
from bad to worse when teachers and parents
openly encourage such behavior.
10. Inadequate Preperation:
Most students do not prepare for their exam,
when it comes, he/she will end up looking for
where to peep in someone else work.
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As a freelancer and a student in the digital age,
you evolve your skills to meet the needs of your
market.
You remain agile and educated on new tools,
tactics, and strategies. Whether it’s the hot new
thing in content marketing or the latest design
trend, you need to be ready to adapt to the
trends that will have the highest return for your
clients. You can do this by either building up
your own skills in that area or hiring freelancers
to collaborate with. That’s just what it takes to
me a successful freelancer today.
On a broader level, you need to know what
businesses are hiring for – what skills are in
demand.
1. Marketing strategy
Many clients still seek help planning and
understanding how to craft and deliver their
message to their target audience. We saw
several clients looking for one-time audit and
strategies to act as a roadmap for their
communications efforts. Most of these jobs were
with early-stage tech companies and focused
on assisting with the launch of a product.
2. Copywriting and editing
Many companies were in need of writing and
editing for website copy, emails, bios, app
descriptions, ads and more. These jobs were
looking for writers and editors skilled in creating
engaging, short-form content that would convert
customers. They needed freelancers with great
grammar, attention to detail, understanding of
their brand voice and experience in marketing.
3. Social media
No matter the platform of choice, companies
know social media is an effective channel for
reaching customers. Although most of the roles
were for organic social media efforts, we saw
more paid social media roles towards the end of
the year. As social media platforms tweak their
algorithms with a preference for paid posts,
we’ll continue to see an uptick in paid social
jobs.
4. Content marketing, writing and blogging
Content production and marketing were also in
high demand and supply with over 1, 000 Peeps
identifying content as a specialty. Some
companies posted jobs seeking content strategy
or content marketing. Others were looking for
bloggers or writers. But they were all seeking
the same skills: writing and distribution. Also
notable were companies in art and interior
design seeking content creation for their blogs.
5. 3D Design
These jobs spanned both marketing and
product. There were several jobs geared
towards graphic design, looking for landing
pages, eBook, presentation and email design, as
well as brand design and logo help. We also
saw a significant increase in early stage
companies looking for website and product
designers.
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Things to know about Sante Pure Barley
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Barley has written its own history since the era of the ancient Egyptians. More than ten thousand years ago, ancient Egyptians were using barley, one of the earth’s oldest grains. They used it as food for humans and animals. The grain was also used in making alcoholic beverages and barley water for medicinal purposes.

The ancient Greeks used barley for making bread and served it as food for their athletes. They believed that barley bread contributed to the athlete’s overall strength. Even in ancient China, they recognized this special grain as a symbol of male virility.

In 1494, Christopher Columbus introduced barley to the land of America. However, even with barley’s ancient history, Americans do not include it as one of their staple foods. Unlike wheat and oats, barley was unpopular… until now! Barley has recently gained some recognition, not only in the culinary field, but also in the medicinal field as scientists have uncovered its astounding health benefits.

Today, Canada, the United States, Russia, Germany, France and Spain are the world’s largest producers of barley. It is a rich source of fiber, minerals, and phytochemicals that combat several types of diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer. Including barley in your meals is an appetizing way to combat these diseases since it has a rich, nutty flavor with a chewy consistency.

Barley generally replenishes all the vitamins and nutrients our body needs. Taking Sante Pure Barley is also helping our cells nourished and healthy.


Sante Pure Barley is suitable for people suffering from :
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High Blood pressure
High Blood sugar (Diabetes)
High Cholesterol
Cancer
Arthritis
Lack of energy
Lack of Strength
Sleepiness
Overweight
Neck Pain
Rheumatism
Feeling Stressed
Easily gets tired
Constipation
Bad Breath
Gout
Rhinitis
Sever Back Pain
Pre-menstrual Tension
Menopausal complaints
Frequent Urination
Lupus
Psoriasis
Other Degenerative Diseases


RECOMMENDED DOSAGE:
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A dose of 15 g/day dried barley leaf extract has been used to lower cholesterol.

Sachet (3 grams): 1-3 sachets per day.
Capsules (500 mg): Take 2-6 capsules 3x a day before meals.
 Note: 1 sachet is equivalent to 6 capsules.


DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
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Sachet: Pour the contents of one sachet into one glass of cold water. Stir well. Add more or less water according to desired taste.
Capsules: Drink as you would any medicine in capsule form.
Note: Best taken on an empty stomach at least 30 minutes before a meal.


SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS AND WARNINGS:
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IMPORTANT REMINDER: Please consult your doctor first before taking Santé Green Barley especially if you are pregnant, breast-feeding, undergoing treatment and/or or taking regular medications for illnesses or diseases.

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Barley is LIKELY SAFE when taken by mouth during pregnancy in amounts commonly found in foods. If you are breast-feeding, it’s best to avid barley in medicinal amounts. Not enough is known about the safety of taking barley during breast-feeding.
 
Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity: Although hypersensitivity to barley products is associated with the seed and not the green leaves or shoots, patients with celiac disease or other sensitivities to barley should avoid use of barley grass.

Surgery: Barley might lower blood sugar levels. There is a concern that it might interfere with blood sugar control during and after surgery. Stop using barley at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.
 
Nausea: Because of the strong cleansing effects of barley grass, over-consumption can cause nausea. New users are cautioned to begin with small amounts.


STORAGE:
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Store in a cool dry place. Protect from light.


NAFDAC Registration of Sante Barley:
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DI 4014


Sante Barley Price:
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#25000

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Thank you for taking your time to read this post, I wish you good health. Stay healthy.

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This post, 9 Reasons Why University BSc Is
Better Than Polytechnic HND, can also be
likened to a previous argument on Why
University Graduates Are No Better Than
Polytechnic graduates, but in this case, we are
going in support of University BSc. The
difference between a university and a
polytechnic is widely known, likewise the
difference between BSc and HND.
Even though it is believed that everyone has a
chance to be successful no matter what you do
or the level of education you could attain, but
there are some facts that should be emphasized,
not for criticism or hate, but for us all to get
educated in some ways. So right here are some
9 Reasons Why University BSc Is Better Than
Polytechnic HND
9 Reasons Why University BSc Is
Better Than Polytechnic HND
1 Quality of Lecturers – You cannot just
compare the experience and expertise of
lecturers they have in a university setting to
that of the polytechnic. Most university lecturers
are professors and PhD holders with years of
teaching coupled with experience to show for it.
In fact, most Master degree holders in some
universities are mere assistant lecturers.
This is not so for our polytechnics where most
of their so-called ‘experienced’ lecturers are
mere BSc holders who are university graduates.
Most rectors of polytechnics are Msc holders,
though not all, only a few are PhD holders. At
times, even corps members lecture in some
polytechnics.
2 Qualification For Entrance – The qualification
for entrance into the university is more strict
compared to that of polytechnics. Obviously,
JAMB UTME cut off for universities is somewhat
high, at times, this leads to frustration of
jambites , which makes them resort to
polytechnics.
3 Funding From Government – Nigerian
Universities are much more funded by
government than polytechnics. Funding is one of
the ways to determine the quality of an
institution.
If you notice, the government and the media in
general pay more attention to the demand of
ASUU over ASUP. Though, some universities
might decide to play narrow with the funds.
That is why products of universities are always
trained better than those of polytechnics.
4 Research Work – Universities are the
foundation of researches and this is the root of
progress in institutions. Even though the quality
of research work in Nigerian universities is poor,
it is still far better compared to that of
polytechnics that do very negligible or feeble
research works.
5 Beautiful And Large Campus Environment –
Mere structures and architectures of buildings in
an institution goes a long way in telling about
the quality of such institution.
Taking OAU as an instance, whether OAU is still
the most beautiful campus in Africa or not is an
argument meant for another day. But No
polytechnic in Nigeria can even compete with
the institution in terms of structures and its
landmass.
image - oau campus beauty
Beauty Of OAU Campus
6 Quality of students – It’s a no-brainier that
the most brilliant students go to universities. In
most polytechnics, all you see is dejected and
old students who have taken JAMB UTME more
than a couple times but no luck, then resorted
to such institution. Just few of polytechnic
students are young and smart, no hate.
7 Scholarships Preference – Reputable
scholarship bodies hardly notice polytechnic
students when it comes to scholarship offering.
Only university undergraduates would have the
opportunity to apply for such scholarships . Not
only at the undergraduate level but also
postgraduate scholarships .
Meaning, there i hardly scholarships for
polytechnic students. This is another form of
discrimination in some sense.
8 Market Demand – Market preference for BSc
is far higher than for OND/HND. OND/HND
holders are most times seen as middle level
manpower though that was the intention when
polytechnics were initially created.
There are more opportunities for BSc holders
even outside the country and world wide.
9 Self Esteem – An average BSc holder tends to
have more confidence and self-belief than a
HND holder. This is however not the fault of
HND holders, they only have to face stiff
discrimination in the employment market , thus
having a negative impact on their self esteem.
These and some other reasons are why
Polytechnic students are subject to
discriminations anywhere to find themselves .
DISCLAIMER : This post is not in any way
meant to impress, oppress or make anyone feel
depressed. It is just a mere observation from
an average human being who is subject to flaws
and bound to write whatsoever words that form
from the letters he probably randomly typed. No
matter the certificate, the sky is not the limit.                        Pleas vote for me.
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Pls Ghanaians are also part so help us with the objectives only
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Thanks very much for helping Nigeria student
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