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Mikel Arteta identifies three new Arsenal signings after Thomas Partey deal

first_imgMikel Arteta identifies three new Arsenal signings after Thomas Partey deal Mikel Arteta remains keen to strengthen his squad (Picture: Getty)Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was happy with his side’s transfer business this summer but remains keen to strengthen with the addition of at least two players in January.The Gunners signed promising Brazilian centre-back Gabriel, Chelsea winger Willian and Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Partey in the summer transfer window.The club spent £67.5million but recouped £20m through the sale of Emi Martinez to Aston Villa, while they also tied Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang down to a new long-term deal.With such strong financial limitations on Arteta this summer, the Spaniard still has areas of his squad which he wants to strengthen in the short-term.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTAccording to Football.London, Arteta wants to sign a back-up centre forward and a flexible forward that could play across the front. Metro Sport ReporterThursday 8 Oct 2020 11:24 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link8.6kShares Odsonne Edouard is valued at around £30m by Celtic (Picture: Getty)Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard has caught the eye of clubs across Europe but the Bhoys’ £30m price tag has put suitors off in a pandemic-affected transfer market.The Frenchman is open to leaving Parkhead but the Bhoys drive a hard bargain, as Arsenal discovered in their negotiations for Kieran Tierney in 2019. It’s likely that Arteta would have to sell again in January if he wants to make additional signings, otherwise the Spaniard will have to wait until the end of the season before the club bolster his budget again.MORE: Manchester United star Eric Bailly suffers injury on international duty with Ivory Coast Tottenham have scouted Patson Daka (Picture: Getty)Arteta was open to selling Alexandre Lacazette last summer, wary that the Frenchman could fetch a decent figure in the market compared to much of the Arsenal squad.Eddie Nketiah has provided good competition for Lacazette but Arteta wants another back-up. Advertisement Dominik Szoboszlai is a leading target for Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Red Bull Salzburg Dominik Szoboszlai has been watched by the club for over a year and though he predominantly plays on the left flank he can play centrally, which appeals to Arsenal. While scouting the Hungarian, Arsenal discovered striker Patson Daka.The Zambian replaced Erling Haaland at the Austrian club and he’s caught the eye by scoring 38 goals and providing 16 assists in 52 appearances for the club. Comment Advertisementlast_img read more

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Printing industry fund PGB returns insufficient for indexation

first_imgThe scheme’s matching portfolio – consisting 50% of its assets, invested in high grade euro-denominated government bonds and credit – generated 5.1%, the pension fund said.It added that government paper had already yielded 20.3% during the first nine months, thanks to declining interest rates.PGB’s 30% equity portfolio produced a quarterly result of 4.4%, while its 20% alternatives holdings returned 3%. With a return of 8.3%, emerging market credit delivered the best result.Property, infrastructure and inflation-linked bonds returned 1.3%, 4.3% and 0.2% respectively, PGB reported.During the past three months, the pension fund saw its funding decrease by 1.8 percentage points to 104.8%.In this period, its assets rose by €600m as a result from returns on investments and €900m due to schemes joining PGB, which has branched out to pension plans from the sectors process industry, paper, rubber and financial services.Following the addition of 8 new contracts, PGB’s total number of participants and pensioners increased by 4,000 to 108,223 during the last quarter, the pension fund said. PGB will not be able to provide its members with indexation under the new financial assessment framework (FTK), as returns on its equity and government bond holdings are not sufficently boosting its coverage ratio, the €17.8bn fund has said. In a note on its third quarter results, it said that the interest rate on Dutch government bonds with a 10-year duration had slumped to 1.1% at September-end, while expected returns on equity were no more than 6%.The pension fund for the printing industry reported a net quarterly result of 3.8%, taking its year-to-date performance to 12.9%.However, it said that the combined effect of its currency risk hedge and the 50% hedge of interest rate risk had lowered quarterly returns by 0.7 percentage points.last_img read more

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Consultancies expect Dutch schemes to endure ‘wave of drastic measures’

first_imgWichert Hoekert at Willis Towers WatsonHoekert said underfunded pension funds sometimes applied a combination of accrual reduction and premium increase, but that no scheme had only raised its contribution.According to the consultant, many pension funds had set a premium level based on expected returns – and often for a five-year period – when the new financial assessment framework (nFTK) was introduced in 2015.“As a consequence, decisions about changes must be made next year. And the current low interest rates must improve significantly to prevent drastic measures,” said Hoekert. “Moreover, pension funds must also start factoring in lower assumptions for future returns.”Heemskerk predicted that the funding of schemes that have postponed a necessary contribution increase or accrual reduction would drop further next year if interest rates and returns fail to improve.He also highlighted the fact that the decreased discount rate for liabilities will be introduced in 2021.Heemskerk estimated that, at the current interest rate level, this would reduce pension funds’ coverage ratio by five percentage points on average. “Schemes with a young participant population could lose up to seven percentage points,” In the wake of the pensions agreement in June, social affairs’ minister Wouter Koolmees called on pension funds to refrain from raising contributions or reducing accrual next year, in order to create stability during the process of pensions reform.Wichert Hoekert, senior consultant retirement solutions at Willis Towers Watson, however, believes pension funds should actually start taking measures to increase their ‘premium coverage ratio’ to 100% in 2022, as agreed in the pensions accord.The premium funding ratio indicates to what extent the paid in contributions in a given year are sufficient to finance new pension claims. At some large sector schemes the premium coverage is no more than 60%. Marc Heemskerk at MercerHe expects pension funds will most likely reduce accrual as current premiums of up to 20% of the salary were almost at their maximum level.He said the degree of future recovery measures would depend on the premium coverage ratio of a pension fund.Hoekert added that the accrual reduction would increase a pension fund’s indexation potential, as it improved the scheme’s financial position, but said this would never fully compensate the negative effect.“The participants won’t be able to recoup the lost accrual, as pension funds can only start granting indexation when their funding is at least 110%.”Referring to four of the largest Dutch schemes’ decision to keep both contributions and accrual at virtually the same level, Heemskerk said that, as a consequence, their funding would further drop by up to two percentage points.He concluded that, for underfunded schemes, this would lead to additional cuts of a similar scale in 2021, adding that older pensioners in particular would miss out on later recovery.“The target of current annual pensions accrual can only be achieved through sufficient returns, let alone surplus returns for indexation,” the actuary said.He echoed the conclusion of Jaap van Dam, PGGM’s chief investment strategist, who – at IPE’s recent Pension Awards in Copenhagen – contended that pension funds’ biggest risk is the lack of long-term returns.The Dutch Pensions Federation said it expected that more pension funds would decide to decrease their annual accrual rate.“Employes and trade unions don’t see any margin for a contribution rise, whereas pension funds’ financial position requires them to take one of these measures,” said Gert Kloosterboer, the spokesman for the industry organisation.He said it was difficult to estimate the extent of any measures as this would depende on a pension fund’s financial position.center_img The emerging trend of Dutch pension schemes reducing their annual pensions accrual for 2020 to improve their financial position is likely to bring a wave of much more drastic measures in the year ahead, pension consultants have predicted.Several consultancies have noted that only a limited number of pension funds had started taking measures to improve their funding, which has been hit hard by the current low interest rates environment.If interest rates remain at the current low level, the minimum required contribution could rise by up to 40%, Willis Towers Watson foresees.Marc Heemskerk, actuarial consultant at Mercer, warned that underfunded pension funds clinging on to a too high accrual, risked larger rights cuts in the future.last_img read more

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Butland signs new Stoke deal

first_img Press Association The 22-year-old – who will be England’s third-choice keeper for this month’s games against Lithuania and Italy – has committed until the summer of 2019. Asmir Begovic remains Stoke number one but Butland, who joined the Potters from Birmingham for £4million two years ago, is a key part of manager Mark Hughes’ plans. Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland has signed a contract extension at the Britannia Stadium, the Barclays Premier League club have announced.center_img Chief executive Tony Scholes told the club’s website, stokecityfc.com: “I’m delighted that Jack has decided to extend his contract with us. He’s a player that Mark Hughes holds in very high regard and (England manager) Roy Hodgson’s decision underlines his standing in the English game. “Jack is a very ambitious young man and wants to play first-team football on a regular basis for Stoke City. “There’s genuine competition for the goalkeeping spot at the club with Asmir Begovic, Jack and Thomas Sorensen, and Jack has made no secret of his desire to be our number one.” Butland will link up with England Under-21s during the forthcoming international break but will be elevated to the senior squad if Joe Hart or Fraser Forster suffer injury. Butland has made just seven senior first-team appearances for Stoke, with five this season in domestic cups. He also had a loan spell at Derby earlier in the campaign while he spent time at Barnsley and Leeds last season. last_img read more

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Arter sought Parker’s advice

first_imgHarry Arter had only to turn to his brother-in-law for advice as he prepared to embark upon his senior international career with the Republic of Ireland. The Bournemouth midfielder arrived at the Republic’s Portmarnock base on Monday to meet up with Martin O’Neill’s squad for the first time ahead of Sunday’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland, but he did so having quizzed Fulham’s former England international Scott Parker about life on the big stage. Parker is married to Arter’s sister, Carly, and sent the 25-year-old on his way telling him just to do what he has been doing for the Cherries this season to help leave them within striking distance of the Barclays Premier League. Asked what the former Charlton, Chelsea, Newcastle, West Ham and Tottenham midfielder’s advice had been, Arter said: “Just ‘be yourself’, really, I think that’s all you can do. “You have been picked for a reason and I have been picked because the manager was impressed with the way I play, so if I come here any different and not confident, then I would not show the best of my ability. “He just said, ‘be yourself, that’s what you are picked for’. “I’m pleased with my form. I am part of a team that’s top of the league and things are going well. My main goal when I play is to be a positive influence on the team and try to be part of a successful team, and at the moment, we are so all in all, good.” Arter, who qualifies for the Republic through his grandmother, has fought his way back in his career after having to prove himself all over again in non-league football with Woking after being released by Charlton. However, he never lost belief in his own ability and has worked his way back to where he believes he belongs, ready to make his mark in international football and hopefully, in the Premier League. He said: “I was playing non-league and international football is far from that. I was obviously only a young boy then. My main focus then was just to work as hard as I could to get back to a level I thought I could play at. “I am confident in my own ability and the level I feel I am capable of playing at. The key to that is just working hard and not resting on your laurels. “From the age of 19 up until now, I haven’t done that.” O’Neill has been to see the player, who has represented Ireland at Under-17 and Under- 19 level, on several occasions this season, but did not inform him of his impending elevation. Arter said: “I didn’t realise. It was a Thursday and I was just in the gym, and one of the lads just popped in and said ‘congratulations, you got called up’. Obviously, I wasn’t aware of anything, so it was a nice surprise. “It was a different way of finding out, but one that was exciting. I spoke to Martin maybe a few days after that and he told me his thoughts, and I just couldn’t wait to get over here.” Arter was one of several new faces at the training ground on Tuesday with skipper Robbie Keane and Stoke striker Jonathan Walters also now in harness, although there was an addition to a casualty list which includes Burnley defender Stephen Ward when winger James McClean limped off. He was immediately sent for a scan on his left ankle, leaving O’Neill fretting over one of his regular starters. The manager said: “James has got a sore ankle. He’s gone for a scan – precautionary, I hope – but he was just feeling it a little bit. We’ll see how he is. “It didn’t happen in training. He felt a little bit sore after yesterday. He thought it might go away, but it’s just a bit of a pain across the ankle. “James has played exceptionally well for us in most of the games since I have been in charge. Obviously I know him quite well – very well, in fact – and yes, he’s a good player for us.” Press Associationlast_img read more

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Amid pandemic, Trump administration asks Supreme Court to overturn Obamacare

first_imgJPecha/iStockBy DEVIN DWYER, ABC News(WASHINGTON) — In the midst of a pandemic and without an alternative health plan of its own, the Trump administration formally called on the U.S. Supreme Court to completely strike down the Affordable Care Act.The administration makes the case in a legal brief filed Thursday in the case brought by 20 Republican-led states that want to completely invalidate the law. The justices will hear oral arguments as soon as October, which is just weeks before the general election.Two lower federal courts have ruled that the ACA’s individual mandate is unconstitutional after the GOP Congress in 2017 zeroed out the penalty for going without health insurance. Both courts called into question the viability of the entire law without the mandate.“The individual mandate cannot be severed from the remainder of the ACA,” writes Trump solicitor general Noel Francisco. “The entire ACA thus must fall with the individual mandate.”California and 19 other Democrat-led states are defending the law.Former Vice President Joe Biden defended Obamacare Thursday at a campaign stop focused on health care, saying doing away with the ACA during a pandemic could be particularly harmful to many that need health care the most.“I think it’s cruel. It’s heartless. It’s callous. And it’s all because, in my view, he can’t abide the thought of letting stand on one of President Obama’s greatest achievements, the Affordable Care Act,” Biden said of the administrations’ lawsuit.Biden warned those who have survived COVID-19 and have subsequent health issues could be especially at-risk.“They would live their lives caught in a vise between Donald Trump’s twin legacies: his failure to protect the American people from the coronavirus and his heartless crusade to take health care protections away from American families,” Biden said.The ACA has sharply reduced the number of uninsured Americans since 2010, covering 20 million more people than if the law had not taken effect, according to the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation.Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi issued a statement late Thursday night, calling the Trump administration’s decision “unfathomably cruelty” to “rip away the protections and benefits of the Affordable Care Act in the middle of the coronavirus crisis.”“There is no legal justification and no moral excuse for the Trump Administration’s disastrous efforts to take away Americans’ health care,” she said.Industry groups and independent health care analysts say abruptly wiping out Obamacare would mean a highly disruptive shift in the health care of millions of Americans.An estimated 52 million Americans have preexisting health conditions that insurers could have denied coverage to under pre-ACA rules in most states, the foundation said.Preexisting condition protections and Obamacare insurance subsidies remain in place, for now, as the case continues, but could be at risk.The case marks the third time the justices will consider the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act since it was signed by President Barack Obama in 2010. Chief Justice John Roberts in 2012 famously cast the decisive vote, siding with the court’s liberal justices to uphold the law. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

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Saha Reminisce Football, Dancing Skills as He Thrills School Children in…

first_imgHis presence at the two schools indeed attracted several football-lovers to the axis as everyone wanted to catch a glimpse of the former Everton player.However, for teachers and pupils of St. John’s Catholic School and Temidire Primary School, Shogunle, it was one moment they would take to their graves as Saha also reminiscence some of those skills that endeared him to fans of several clubs he starred for.Kansai Plascon, which is the official paint of Manchester United is a major innovation drive in the industrial and furniture coatings markets in South and Southern Africa, which is just entering the Nigerian market.Saha, who won the EUFA Champions League with the Old Trafford Club hailed the management of the company for its great foresight, saying, “What they are doing is in line with the vision of great footballers all over the world. Young players who believe in their dream should have something to do with Kansai Plascon because of their quality products.”As part of its strategic expansion into Africa as the continent’s number one coatings company,  Kansai Plascon opened its Nigeria office bringing its innovative and excellent range of premium paints closer to Nigeria consumers.The launch which was held at the Kansai Plascon corporate office situated at Victoria Island Lagos on Monday had in attendance the representative of the minister for trade, commerce and industry, Mr Ibikunle Adams, Ambassador of Japan to Nigeria, Mr Sadanobu Kusaoke and other dignitaries. The event also afforded guests the opportunity to have a feel of the company’s top quality premium paints produced with state-of-the-art technology.The President, Kansai Plascon, Mr Hiroshi Ishino, said the company has been around for a while, but in 2012 it changed its name from Plascon South Africa to Kansai Plascon to further deliver top quality products to consumers around the world including Africa.Speaking on their choice of partnership, Ishino stated that “Kansai Plascon likes to enter into African countries with local partners to ensure that the growth and development within these countries is locally relevant and meaningful. We embrace the culture and unique aspects of each African country we enter, to ensure we develop our business with the utmost respect and consideration for each country and as the Power House of Africa, especially the West African Region, Kansai Plascon investigated the marketplace thoroughly before entering into the Nigeria market. It took three years of investigation, discussions, negotiations and development of understanding in Nigeria, before we found the right partners to join hands with to enter Nigeria. He further reinstated the company’s commitment towards investing in local communities and upliftment programmes by donating paints and educational materials to pupils of Shogunle and Temidire primary school in Lagos Nigeria through its brand Icon Saha.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Not many would have known that aside from his football skills, former Manchester United striker, Louis Saha, also has great dancing steps and that was what he displayed to the delight of teachers and pupils of St. John’s Catholic School and Temidire Primary School, Shogunle, Oshodi, Lagos on Tuesday.The former French international, who was in Nigeria as the Brand Ambasador of paint manufacturing company, Kansai Plascon, said he felt very good among the children.“It’s not every time you get this kind of opportunity to be among beautiful and loving children like this. I feel good to be among them. They are very loving and enthusiastic children,” Saha told THISDAY.last_img read more

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‘Big Time Adolescence’ lacks originality despite promising story

first_imgThe message of the film wasn’t groundbreaking — not that it needed to be. It was yet another reminder not to give in to peer pressure and that you can’t make friends with people who just want something from you. But it was conveyed in the exact same way as it’s been portrayed in many other movies and shows before and did nothing to enhance or develop the message further. The addition of an unreliable guide was a welcome change, but it did little to make the message stick any more than it would have otherwise. It’s a good message, but not one that I needed “Big Time Adolescence” to tell me.  Mo is tired of being a nobody. Fortunately for him, he hears about a party going on at his school, and Zeke gives him the idea to start selling drugs to his classmates in order to gain popularity. Suddenly, Mo is the popular kid. People know him, and they want to hang out with him. (The first time he steps into a party carrying the goods in his backpack, Sheck Wes’ “Mo Bamba” plays, which I thought was just a little too on point.) Mo’s crush, Sophie (Oona Laurence), a witty and intelligent girl, even begins to like him back. Mo continues to take more and more of Zeke’s advice until things start to fall apart, leading to an abrupt and rushed ending that is entirely predictable.  They could not have cast a more perfect actor for Zeke than Davidson. I’m not sure how difficult it was for him to assume this role, as this is the persona he exudes in all of his acting, especially his recurring role as “Every Chad Ever” on Saturday Night Live. I’d love to see Davidson take on a more serious role to explore his range. On the other hand, his co-star Gluck plays a convincing high school student. He portrayed the changes in Mo’s behavior in a subtle and understated way that crept toward the conclusion instead of leaping to it, but nothing about his performance was particularly memorable.  This premise, which seemed so promising, did not deliver on the comedic front. OK, there was one moment where Davidson’s character did terribly off-key karaoke in a bar and the woman he serenaded merely deadpanned back at him that I found amusing. However, the moments meant to evoke the most laughter — such as Mo being forced to reveal his tattoo to his father that reads “TONGUE DADDY” — fell flat and lifeless, leaving me disappointed.  The Hulu original is a slightly boring depiction of an unlikely friendship between a shy high school student and a 23-year-old burnout that you’re not missing out on if you don’t see. Orley has a long way to go from here, starting with deciding on an original message at the forefront of his film. Actors Griffin Gluck (left) and Pete Davidson (right) star in the Hulu original as an average suburban teenager and a college dropout. | Photo courtesy of IMDb. If you came to “Big Time Adolescence” looking for a laugh-out-loud stoner comedy featuring “Saturday Night Live’s” Pete Davidson, you came to the wrong place.  Instead, it’s a coming-of-age film by writer-director Jason Orley, in his feature debut. The movie warns about the dangers of idolizing someone untrustworthy and giving into peer pressure. It follows Mo (Griffin Gluck), your basic high school wallflower. He blends in, doesn’t have many friends and pines after the girl who sits across from him in the classroom. He’s truly not anything special, which typically would lead me to roll my eyes and turn off the film in favor of another. His best friend, though, is a 23-year-old stoner named Zeke (Pete Davidson) who happens to be his sister’s ex-boyfriend.  The core relationship between Mo and Zeke is so unexciting that you wonder why these two people would ever choose to spend time with each another. Mo’s father, Reuben (Jon Cryer), literally asks this very question. The pairing is odd, but not in a way that’s complementary and would cause tension. It simply wasn’t contentious enough to drive the plot — Mo just thinks Zeke is cool. Mo’s idolized Zeke ever since he dated Mo’s older sister, even acting as a third-wheel on their dates. And Zeke loves the feeling of being considered cool. So the two continue to spend time with one another, but their relationship is more like a dog and his owner rather than two friends. They rarely laugh when they’re together, so it’s preposterous that we’re expected to laugh at their antics. last_img read more

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Currency strains impact Intertain Q3 2016 performance

first_img StumbleUpon Luckbox outlines final TSXV roadmap July 29, 2020 Related Articles Submit Share Luckbox raises CAD $3.8m ahead of TSX IPO June 12, 2020 Share Sportech highlights new client wins under lockdown June 26, 2020 Andrew McIverImpacted negatively by the depreciation of pound sterling against the Canadian dollar, Toronto TSX-listed Intertain Group (Intertain) has recorded a 7% drop in corporate revenues to CAD $113 million for its Q3 2016 performance (period ending 30 September).The operator who is preparing to float on the London Stock Exchange under its core brand ‘Jackpotjoy Plc’ would close its Q3 2016 reporting an adjusted EBITDA of CAD $43.8 million.It’s Severe currency impacts would see the operator declare a corporate net loss for Q3 2016 of CAD $31.8 million.Updating investors Intertain governance, detailed that corporate leadership continues to focus on its ‘UK-centered strategic initiatives’, which will see the operator headquartered in the UK.Despite its currency woes, Intertain governance detailed that the firm remained confident in its guidance, which outlined an adjusted net income of circa CAD $140-160 million.Andrew McIver, President & CEO of Intertain commented on corporate performance“We remain very focused on our efforts to implement the UK-centered strategic initiatives and are working hard together with our advisers to complete the listing of Jackpotjoy plc’s ordinary shares on the London Stock Exchange. Discussions with the UK Listing Authority in this regard are continuing and we will update shareholders as soon as possible on our progress.”“Higher revenue is driven by a stronger performance in all segments in their functional currencies, contributing to an increase in gaming revenue of 10% on a constant currency basis. Our Q3 financial results point to the continued solid performance of our assets.”last_img read more

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#AFCONonCiti: Senegal put two past Tanzania in Group C opener

first_imgMidfielder Krepin Diatta’s screamer added on to Keita Balde’s first half opener was enough as Senegal’s Teranga Lions began their hunt for a maiden Africa Cup of Nations title with a 2-0 win over Tanzania’s Taifa Stars at the June 30 Stadium in Cairo on Sunday night.Senegal dominated the game from gun to tape and should have won by a bigger margin, but will leave satisfied with three precious points especially in the absence of their star striker Sadio Mane who was suspended for the opening tie.Balde opened the scoring after 27 minutes, striking a low shot from the right that evaded Tanzania keeper Aishi Manula’s grasp. Senegal were rewarded with a goal after dictating much of the play and should have gone to the break at least three goals up.Manula was called into an early save in the third minute to deny Mbaye Niang after Tanzania had lost the ball in midfield and play quickly launched into their box. Niang had another chance in the sixth minute when he was played through on goal, but hit the side netting.Senegal were forced into a change after 20 minutes, Salif Sane coming off with an ankle injury after landing awkwardly. His place was taken by Cheikou Kouyate.The Teranga Lions continued their dominance even after scoring and should have been two up after 31 minutes. Balde played the ball to Ismaila Sarr on the right who teed up Idrissa Gana Gueye, but the latter’s shot from close range was over.Two minutes later, Sarr had a goal disallowed after Kouyate was adjudged to have handled the ball as he raced to a rebound off keeper Manula. Papa Ndiaye tried his luck with an acrobatic kick off a Balde freekick in the 41st minute, but it flew just over.Seeing his midfield being walked over by the Senegalese, Tanzania coach Emmanuel Amunike made a change, Salum Feisal coming off for Farrid Musa two minutes to the break.Senegal dominated more in the second half and made it 2-0 when Diatta struck a screamer from 35 yards out after a clearance off a corner fell kindly for him. Niang should have added another minutes later but missed a sitter unmarked inside the box off a Sarr cross. Source: CAFlast_img read more

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