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  • Bill aims to introduce driver drug testing for MDMA, cannabis and methamphetamine

    first_imgStuff.co.nz 22 January 2018National’s Wairarapa MP Alastair Scott’s member bill would allow police to carry out saliva testing when a driver was suspected of being drug-impaired.He planned to put the Land Transport (Random Oral Fluid Testing) Amendment Bill into the ballot by Tuesday next week.“It will bring us into the 21st century,” Scott said.Currently, when an officer suspected a driver was impaired by drugs, a compulsory impairment test (CIT) which included eye and behavioural assessments such as standing on one leg could be carried out.Those who failed could be forbidden to drive for 12 hours, and asked to give a blood sample.Scott described CIT as “archaic” and said saliva testing “represents a much stronger and more visible drug driving enforcement measure”.Police Minister Stuart Nash was yet to see the bill, but was open to hearing about Scott’s ideas.“If technology exists to allow for this type of roadside testing in a timely, efficient and reliable way, we should be looking at it,” Nash said.Random roadside saliva testing was last reviewed by the government in May 2012.The review found that while testing could detect drugs, it could not show the level of impairment.Testing devices were not considered reliable enough for criminal prosecutions. The time it took to test people was also criticised – unlike breath alcohol testing which took seconds, saliva testing took “at least five minutes”.The Automobile Association (AA) said it was time for change.“Drug driving is a hidden killer on New Zealand roads,” AA road safety spokesman Dylan Thomsen said.READ MORE: https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/100776516/bill-aims-to-introduce-driver-drug-testing-for-mdma-cannabis-and-methamphetaminelast_img read more

  • Martinez frustrated by Stones talk

    first_img After Chelsea had pre-season bids of £20million and £26million for Stones rejected, Everton on Tuesday refused to comment on reports they had turned down a third offer of £30million. But it was understood the Toffees’ stance that the England international is not for sale remained firm, and it has since been reported Stones is on the brink of asking for a move. “We should be talking about the game at the weekend. We should be talking about how well we performed against Southampton. “But the only thing you are asking me about is about an individual. That is so wrong.” Reports have also suggested Everton are in talks over a move for Dynamo Kiev’s Ukraine forward Andriy Yarmolenko, while simultaneously pursuing a deal for River Plate’s Argentina defender Ramiro Funes Mori. It is understood the Funes Mori signing could be completed imminently. And, while not being drawn on specific names, Martinez said: “We are trying to work as hard as we can to make a couple of new additions to the squad.” Midfielders Muhamed Besic and Kevin Mirallas could play on Sunday after being unused substitutes in the Southampton game following hamstring and ankle problems respectively. Winger Aiden McGeady is also available having recovered from a hamstring complaint. Steven Pienaar (hamstring), Darron Gibson (foot), Tony Hibbert (knee) and Leighton Baines (ankle) remain sidelined. Press Association Everton boss Roberto Martinez has tempered talk of John Stones looking to hand in a transfer request and stressed he will not hesitate to select the defender for Sunday’s home clash with Manchester City. However, when asked on Friday if he was aware of that being the situation, Martinez said: ”Not at all, no.” The Spaniard earlier this month said Stones had been affected by Chelsea’s interest, but he subsequently praised the 21-year-old’s focus in Everton’s opening match of the season against Watford. Stones impressed both in that 2-2 draw and last Saturday’s 3-0 win at Southampton, and Martinez said on Friday he would have no hesitation in picking the centre-back for the team’s third fixture of the Barclays Premier League campaign on Sunday. When asked if a transfer request would change things, the manager said: “It’s not an area we need to concentrate on. “What we need to concentrate on is that in 48 hours, we’re going to play the team at the top of the league (City) and that’s all that matters.” It was then put to Martinez that a point might be reached where an offer came in from Chelsea that was too good for Everton to refuse and that Toffees chairman Bill Kenwright might intervene. But Martinez said: “There’s no such situation. “If you want to go on (talking about Stones), I can understand. But I don’t think it’s healthy for anyone when you have the window open after the season starts, because the discussion we are having now is wrong. last_img read more

  • She’s an Equestrian Champ at Age 10

    first_img Latest Posts ELLSWORTH — It’s been a big year for 10-year-old Jillian Dow and her Appaloosa gelding, The Dakota Streak.Ten-year-old Jillian Dow and The Dakota Streak have a host of championships to their credit.—STEPHANIE DOWELLSWORTH — It’s been a big year for 10-year-old Jillian Dow and her Appaloosa gelding, The Dakota Streak.The daughter of Bryan and Stephanie Dow, Jillian spent much of the summer competing in shows around the state, and she picked up a bunch of championships along the way.Consistently the youngest competitor in all of her classes, Jillian nevertheless is already a veteran horsewoman, having ridden The Dakota Streak, owned by Gayla Shaw of Bradford, for the past three years under the guidance of Luann Wasson of Bucksport.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textLast summer took them to shows in Union, Belfast, Cherryfield and Skowhegan on the Maine Appaloosa Horse Club in-state circuit.When the points were added up at the end of the season, Jillian and The Dakota Streak were the overall winners in the high points for an in-state horse and high points for in-state youth.They captured championships in a host of events including English Pleasure, Western Pleasure, Trail, Youth Showmanship, Youth English Equitation, Youth Western Equitation and Youth Pleasure, with a reserve championship in Appaloosa Halter.Also competing in shows specifically for the Tri-County Horsemen’s club, Jillian and The Dakota Streak took permanent possession of the Betsy Bee Showmanship Challenge Trophy after winning it for the third consecutive year.They also notched year-end championships in Youth Showmanship and Grooming, Appaloosa Halter, Appaloosa Western Pleasure, English Equitation ages 18 and under, Open English Pleasure and Appaloosa English Pleasure, and won reserve championsihps in Trail and Bareback Equitation.It was the first year for Jillian to compete in the cantering classes.Even with her involvement in equine events, Jillian finds time for other pursuits.During the summer, she served as a groom at the Skylands Estate in Seal Harbor, and as a student at the Ellsworth Elementary-Middle School, she plays soccer and basketball.Jillian also is a member of the Rails ‘n’ Trails 4-H Club.For more community news, pick up a copy of The Ellsworth American. Latest posts by admin (see all) House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015center_img admin Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Biolast_img read more

  • Value-added products being explored for coconut industry

    first_imgThe Head of the National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (NAREI) is of the view that the coconut can be consumed in a variety of ways apart from coconut water, milk, oil and flakes — all ways of which Guyanese are already familiar.Chief Executive Officer of NAREI, Dr Oudho Homenauth, has told the Regional Democratic Councillors (RDC) of Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) that the budding coconut industry can be a major contributor to economic development of the region through the development of more coconut-based products; because, as he highlighted, every part of the coconut can be used for one purpose or another.He explained that even as NAREI continues to carry out research exercises on the coconut, it has been found that even the coconut coir dust can be used as aChief Executive Officer of NAREI, Dr Oudho Homenauthpotting mixture for better germination of coconut seeds.Coconut coir dust — also known as coco peat, coir waste, or fibre dust — consists of short, spongy fibres and dust which are the by-product in the processing of husk to coir fibre.“We have been talking to investors about utilising every part of the coconut. We have persons right now doing it on a small scale, utilising that part of the coconut as a soil enhancer. We have started to do work on it — the dust, as you call it – (using) it as a potting mixture. What we found is that germinating coconut seeds using that potting mixture (could get you) 100% germination,” Dr Homenauth is quoted by the Department of Public Information as saying.“We are looking at coconuts as more of an industry, and not just a commodity, a single commodity,” he added. In this regard, Dr Homenauth disclosed, NAREI is encouraging farmers to also consider intercropping.Intercropping is the companion planting method of growing one crop alongside another crop. The purpose of intercropping is to increase yields by doubling up on available growing space. Intercropping creates biodiversity, which attracts a variety of beneficial and predatory insects; which isn’t possible with monoculture gardening.Intercropping is recommended to farmers now entering the coconut industry. According to Dr. Homenauth, it can take as little as approximately eighteen months for the coconut to germinate, grow, develop, and be ready for harvesting.“Coconuts take about 18 months to a maximum of three years before you can get any returns from investing in coconuts. That is why we are looking at intercropping throughout the country,” he explained.He further noted that before going into the coconut industry, farmers should at least have an identified market. This would determine the scale at which they farm coconuts. They should also consider diversifying the product line of coconuts, he advised. “We are also looking at value-addition. We know about the virgin coconut oil, we know about some very nice coconut water and some other things that they are doing, and now they are having extra virgin coconut oil,” he declared.last_img read more

  • Lorcan Connor on song as Downings prevail in junior Gaeltacht final

    first_imgLorcan Connor inspired Downings to Junior glory at Comórtas Peile na Gaeltachta in Gaoth Dobhair.Gaoth Dobhair 1-6 Downings 1-9By Chris McNulty at Magheragallon Connor hit five points and set up Kevin Doherty’s 37th minute goal as Downings took the win.When substitute Mark McFadden fired past Johnny McGroddy for a Gaoth Dobhair goal – the hosts’ first score in some 39 minutes – their tails lifted and Colin Ferry had them within three points.James Lee McBride stemmed the flow and it was just as well as McFadden almost hit a second Gaoth Dobhair goal. McGroddy, at full stretch out to his left, superbly saved.Downings had done the heavy lifting earlier in the tie. Seven minutes into the second half, Downings went six points in front when Doherty bagged a goal. Doherty was central to the move and worked a clever one-two with the unselfish Connor before palming to the net.Both sides had already qualified for the All-Ireland finals in three weeks’ time, with Downings through having taken the national crown on home sod in 2018.Danny McBride – who scored the crucial first-half goal yesterday when Downings overcame Naomh Conaill in the semi-final – was absent from the roster here.Kevin Gallagher, the Downings manager, was able to recall Lorcan Connor to his starting XV, while Ronan Gallagher was also brought in.With the teams deadlocked at two-all, James Lee McBride pulled wide with a big opening for the game’s first goal. Downings did well, through Connor and Gary McClafferty, to work the chance, but McBride drilled just past the wrong side of the post. Downings cut through again on 16 minutes, the spadework done by Connor, whose lofted pass across goal created an opportunity for Shane Boyce, but his shot was saved by Charles John Doherty.At that stage, three points from Cathal Gillespie and another from Sean Doherty had Gaoth Dobhair 0-4 to 0-3 in front.Connor drew Downings level with his third of the game and, after Connor arched wide with another good chance, Oisin Boyce slammed the Sheephaven men into the lead.A fine save from Doherty thwarted Connor’s advances in the last minute of the opening period, but Ronan Gallagher pointed to give Downings a 0-6 to 0-4 advantage at the changeover. Gaoth Dobhair carved out a dramatic win over neighbours Naomh Muire in their semi-final, with late frees by Stephen McFadden and Gillespie putting them through.Gaoth Dobhair were able to call upon Ronan Mac Niallais, a former Donegal SFC winner,  to boost their number.When Connor landed a free and Doherty hit a goal, it was a long way back for Gaoth Dobhair. It proved too long – but only just. Gaoth Dobhair: Charles John Doherty; Ryan Kelly, Patrick Gribben, Mikey Boyle; Conor McFadden, Prionsais Gallagher, Neasan Mac Giolla Bhríde; Michael McKelvey, Ronan Mac Niallais; Stephen McFadden (0-1f), Frank McGee, Sean Doherty (0-1); Colin Ferry (0-1), Joe Duffy, Cathal Gillespie (0-3, 2f). Subs: Mark McFadden (1-0) for McGee (40), Matthew Harkin for Doherty (58), Daniel McLaughlin for S.Ferry (58).Downings: Johnny McGroddy; Max Davis, Ben McNutt, Shane McTeague; Pauric McGinty, Gary McClafferty (0-1), James McBride; James Lee McBride (0-1), Ronan Gallagher (0-1); Oisin Boyce (0-1), Finghin McClafferty, Shane Boyce; Lorcan Connor (0-5, 2f), Kevin Doherty (1-0), Allen Pasoma.Referee: Greg McGrory (Four Masters).Lorcan Connor on song as Downings prevail in junior Gaeltacht final was last modified: May 6th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:2019 Comórtas Peile na GaeltachtaCathal GillespieDowningsGary McClaffertyKevin DohertyLorcan ConnorRonan Mac Niallaislast_img read more

  • Killybegs fishermen welcome 41% boost in 2020 mackerel quota

    first_imgIrish pelagic fishermen have been given a timely and welcome boost with negotiations around next year’s mackerel catch providing for a 41% increase in quota for 2020.The development has been welcomed by Killybegs Fishermen’s Organisation CEO, Seán O’Donoghue, who said at the conclusion of this week’s coastal states meeting in London has resulted in a very satisfactory tripartite agreement reached between the EU, Norway and the Faroe Islands.The Irish quota for 2020 is 78,054 tonnes which represents an increase of 22,740 on this year’s quota of 55,314 tonnes. Mr O’Donoghue said: “Last year, I was extremely critical of the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea or ICES and its scientific advice. That criticism was proven 100% accurate since an ICES review on May 15th last provided for an overall figure of 770,358 tonnes for 2019 instead of 318,403 tonnes and now a further increase for 2020 to 922,064 tonnes, a figure which is an incredible increase of almost 190% on the advice it had offered in September of 2018.“I’m extremely pleased that the Coastal States have taken on board the concerns of the KFO and others, which I have expressed regularly in numerous fora regarding the lack of quality assurance in the ICES assessment process by including a specific written reference to this in the final document.”The KFO CEO said he fully agreed with the criticism levelled at the meeting by the EU, Norway and the Faroes at Iceland, Russia and Greenland for their decisions to increase its unilateral quotas for mackerel for 2019.Mr O’Donoghue concluded by acknowledging the pivotal role played by Minister Michael Creed and his officials in delivering this favourable outcome. Killybegs fishermen welcome 41% boost in 2020 mackerel quota was last modified: October 17th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:FishingKillybegs Fishermen’s OrganisationMACKERELlast_img read more

  • Remy two or three weeks away from training

    first_imgEmbed from Getty ImagesCrystal Palace manager Alan Pardew says Loic Remy is still at least a couple of weeks away from even being able to train fully.The France striker, on loan at Palace from Chelsea, has not featured for the Eagles yet because of a thigh problem.His absence is now an even bigger blow for Pardew because forward Connor Wickham has been sidelined by a long-term knee injury.Pardew said: “Loic’s still two or three weeks away from training with us I think. It’s been a long process with Loic, which is disappointing for us.“With Connor out now and Loic – two big strikers for us – it’s having an impact. So it will be nice to see him around us.” See also:Chelsea’s Cahill hails ‘fantastic’ CostaChelsea youngsters beat German side in friendlyWillian speaks about snubbing Spurs moveIghalo wants Watford to sign MikelSick Oscar a doubt for West Brom gameConte reluctant to comment on SanchezConte again insists he wants Fabregas to stay  Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Urologists: Men, Forget the Blue Pill! This “Destroys” ED x ‘Genius Pill’ Used By Rich Americans Now Available In Netherlands! x One Cup of This (Before Bed) Burns Belly Fat Like Crazy! x Men, You Don’t Need the Blue Pill if You Do This x What She Did to Lose Weight Stuns Doctors: Do This Daily Before Bed! x Drink This Before Bed, Watch Your Body Fat Melt Like Crazy x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

  • The Importance of Rehearsing What Could Go Wrong

    first_imgMy instructor gave me very clear directions. He said, “Pull the accelerator towards you.” I barely moved it and the plane started to nudge forward. He said, “No. Pull it all the way out.” I was trying to follow his instructions and managed to pull it half way out, the plane gaining speed down the runway.” My instructor, tired of me hesitating, grabbed my hand and pulled it back and the plane leaped forward, gaining speed. I pulled back on the yoke, as he directed, and we were flying.Ten minutes later, my instructor explained what we were going to do next. He said, “Now we are going to stall the plane.” That didn’t sound very positive to me, being that we were a few thousand feet above the surface of the Earth. I asked, “Why would do that? Why would stall the plane.” His answer didn’t make me feel any better. He replied, “Sometimes planes stall, and if you don’t know what to do, you can flip the plane, and spiral upside down into the ground.”To stall a plane, you need only climb at a rate that exceeds the planes ability. The plane gets loose and wobbly, and alarms start screaming. Your instinct is to pull back, which is exactly the wrong thing to do. The right thing to do is to push the yoke forward, and doing so makes everything better very quickly. We did this a few times, and the instructor told me we would practice it at ever lesson. Should something happen, you want to reflexively do the right thing.Salespeople (and their leaders, managers, and companies) complain about scripts and role plays. They also continually go over the same ground, talking about this objection or that unreasonable client challenge. They recount their continued struggle with commitments that aren’t kept and clients that go dark, as if there is no way to improve their results.Why wouldn’t one work through the common conversations they have with their clients to ensure they create the most value possible for their client while also creating a preference to work with them?How could one be harmed by rehearsing their responses to the most common concerns their dream client’s are going to struggle with to ensure they can resolve them effectively, if it is possible to do so?Why wing it and see for the first time the words that come out of your mouth when your client challenges you? Why repeat what hasn’t worked for you before, when you could gain new language choices that improve your performance in front of your dream client, that same performance in which they are trying to determine whether they should work with you over your competition?If you are continuously challenged by the same scenario, it is not the challenging scenario that is to blame. It’s your lack of improving your ability to effectively handle it. Get the Free eBook! Learn how to sell without a sales manager. Download my free eBook! You need to make sales. You need help now. We’ve got you covered. This eBook will help you Seize Your Sales Destiny, with or without a manager. Download Nowlast_img read more

  • Isa Molde unsure of return to UP Lady Maroons for final year

    first_imgIsa Molde. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netMANILA, Philippines—Isa Molde has been one of University of the Philippines’ pillars ever since she won Rookie of the Year honors in Season 78.The Isa Molde era, however, may be coming to an end after four years.ADVERTISEMENT Molde said she’s still unsure if she will return to the Lady Maroons for Season 82.UP lost its chance to get to the Final Four of the UAAP Season 81 women’s volleyball tournament after falling to National University, 25-21, 26-24, 17-25, 23-25, 17-15, Sunday at Mall of Asia ArenaFEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logisticsIt marked the third straight year that Molde and the rest of the Lady Maroons failed to enter the semifinals.“I still don’t know [if I will come back],” said Molde in Filipino. “I can’t say that I will be back for my fifth year because this is still too early to decide on that.” Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games PLAY LIST 00:59Sports venues to be ready in time for SEA Games01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games02:16Duque: It’s up to Palace to decide on Dengvaxia’s fate02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid Molde, a Physical Education major in UP Diliman, said she still has to fulfill her scholastic duties before she can decide if she will don the maroon jersey for the fifth and final year.The 20-year-old outside spiker added that she’s disappointed at herself for failing to play at the best of her abilities in a match that could’ve given them a chance to enter the Final Four.UP last got to the semifinals in Molde’s rookie season when the Lady Maroons finished with an 8-6 record for the fourth seed and were under the leadership of Nicole Tiamzon, Cathy Bersola, and Pia Gaiser.“I’m disappointed at myself, because I couldn’t do anything for my team,” said Molde who finished with nine points for the Lady Maroons.Molde averaged 10.9 points per game heading into the game against the Lady Bulldogs and she admitted that she was still wary of her left ankle injury that she suffered on March 30.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte UST gets back at FEU in straight sets Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. center_img Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles “I’m having a hard time moving around the court earlier because I just came from an injury,” said Molde. “You know that when you just came from an injury, you try to put minimal pressure on that foot.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew MOST READ Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess View comments Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue LATEST STORIESlast_img read more

  • Deschamps wants to protect Kylian Mbappé from critics

    first_imgFrance manager Didier Deschamps, wanted to come out in Kylian Mbappé defense one more time during a moment of several criticisms against him.In what can arguably be considered as one of the most complicated weeks for Kylian Mbappé since he started his professional career, the youngster really needed someone with a strong voice to come out and defend him from any kind of backlash and there is no one better than Didier Deschamps.The France manager has experienced first-hand what it’s like to have the teenager at his disposal, he was the most benefited manager from what Kylian has been able to do on the pitch and the criticism against him cannot be overstated because the player has made a few important mistakes in the last couple of weeks.The first one being the embarrassing moment in which he arrived late to a match during El Clasico Sunday, the player wanted to watch the La Liga match and decided that he would arrive late to PSG’s own derby against Olympique Marseille.This was regarded as a blatant violation of the club’s rules and the manager punished him by leaving him on the bench, only to come out during the second half and win the game for his squad.But the rookie mistakes weren’t over for Mbappé, this youngster has been making them since the season started.ICI C’EST PARIS 🔴🔵 pic.twitter.com/A8VrJQlA4E— Kylian Mbappé (@KMbappe) October 28, 2018In a complicated moment for him as he is starting to know what it feels like to be one of the biggest players on the planet, Kylian really needs to be careful with his surroundings and make the best decisions for his career because it’s still early in the game and things could escalate to a bad place very quickly.This past week, it was also revealed that Kylian is not being very well-adviced by his own family after a Football Leaks expose revealed the many demands he made when PSG came after him.This document that Der Spiegel published, left the player in a very difficult spot but his France manager wanted to focus on his game only this Thursday.“Kylian is able to do extraordinary things. Look at his stats. He is efficient. Look at the goals he scored with his club and with us. He also made assists,” said Deschamps on Thursday via Four Four Two.Opinion: Neymar will earn respect back from the PSG fans Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 After completing his incredible return to Parc des Princes, we predict that Neymar will earn the respect back from PSG supporters.The situation between Neymar…“He is a young player, who is doing very well at the moment. And he doesn’t ask anything. He is an offensive leader for PSG. For us as well.”“But he doesn’t try to take more space than he does now. He does already and it is natural. “Obviously, he can still improve and that is wonderful. But he is already very effective,” he added.Pour rappel, voici le classement de notre groupe d’UEFA Nations League ✊ #FiersdetreBleus pic.twitter.com/t3aN7TmxZh— Equipe de France ⭐⭐ (@equipedefrance) November 8, 2018These statements were on the day that the boss revealed the new call-up list for the final international break of 2018, as France will have to play two important matches before the end of the year.The first game will be on 16 November against The Netherlands, which will be a crucial UEFA Nations League match, the last competitive game of the year for the World Cup champions.The next match will be an international friendly against Uruguay, another important match that will give Didier Deschamps a chance to watch players who are not usually on his call-up lists and maybe give them a bigger opportunity for next year’s important commitments. Mbappé is obviously part of the list, he will most likely start in the match against the Dutch and he may rest for the second match against Uruguay.It’s clear that Deschamps considers him one of his biggest stars as he keeps proving with statements like this one, he also wants Kylian to feel like the French National Team is one of the only places where he can feel safe and where nobody will come after him with bad intentions.Les 23 Bleus qui joueront le dernier match de groupe de Nations League contre les Pays-Bas (16/11) et qui affronteront l’Uruguay au Stade de France (20/11) #FiersdetreBleus pic.twitter.com/63WUVSc8Jf— Equipe de France ⭐⭐ (@equipedefrance) November 8, 2018What do you think about Didier Deschamps’ strategy to take care of Kylian Mbappé from the outside world? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.last_img read more