The New Spectacle: Night of setting the Guinness and World Records

first_imgTaekwondo club “Bosna“ Visoko is working intensively at the organization of the State Championship in Visoko that will be held on 25th April 2015, and after the competition day, “Night of setting Guinness and World records“ will take place.“Besides the national championship, duel of representatives of Germany and BiH for attempt to break Guinness record – duel hand-hammer, a Guinness record holder Muhamed Kahrimanovic against volunteers, will be held, and the prize is 500 euros“, said the director and trainer of the Taekwondo club “Bosna“ Visoko, Edin Kajevic, who will try to set a new world record that night.As a reminder, popular Kaja, at the end of November last year, succeeded to break a Guiness record by breaking 40 coconuts in one minute with an elbow.(Source: nap.ba)last_img read more

Jose Mourinho denies Paul Pogba has asked to leave Man United

first_img How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Latest Premier League News REVEALED huge blow Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? smart causal silverware Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Paul Pogba has hinted at tensions between him and Jose Mourinho Jose Mourinho insists Paul Pogba has never told him he wants out of Manchester United.A cloud hangs over the club-record signing a month into the new season, with reports of a tense relationship with the manager compounded by an apparent desire to move on. Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Paul Pogba has still yet to fully hit top form for Manchester UnitedPogba even reportedly told executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward of his wish to leave Old Trafford as Barcelona circled, while the midfielder has so far avoided publicly committing to a side he returned to in 2016.Former captain Gary Neville says that, as a fan, he would be happy to see the 25-year-old leave if his focus was not on United, but Mourinho says the World Cup winner has not told him that he wants to go.The Portuguese explained: “Paul came back after the World Cup in the week before we started the Premier League, so we are together for about two months or so.“He never told me he wants to leave. Never. So, I can only comment on what is real for me, not in what I read, not in what I listen.“I have no direct relation with the people that write or the people that listen.“I have a direct relation with the players – not (just) Paul, the players – and he never told me he wants to leave.”Asked if he thought Pogba wanted to stay, Mourinho retorted: “If he doesn’t tell me he wants to leave, it’s because he wants to stay. That’s my conclusion, no?” 2center_img tense England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won 2 Pogba’s future was the subject of rife speculation over the summer, as was compatriot Anthony Martial’s.The forward has not always seen eye-to-eye with Mourinho and was fined for the way he went about returning from United’s American pre-season tour for the birth of his second child.Martial’s deal runs out next summer, although the club have an option for the following year, while the contracts of Luke Shaw, Ander Herrera and Juan Mata are also running down.“I hope they will stay,” Mourinho said when asked about that quartet.“We had a similar conversation last season about Marouane (Fellaini) and I was always saying ‘I hope he stays, I believe he stays’.“I say the same and I hope that they stay. Of course, I am happy with the players.“David is David (De Gea), no need of more words.“Luke’s evolution makes us believe he goes in the right direction and of course I want to keep him.“Juan and Ander, even if they are not playing or not playing a lot, not starting matches, by the personality point-of-view and character point-of-view, by what they represent in the modern society in football, they are almost unique pieces that I also don’t want to lose.”You can listen to exclusive radio commentary of Manchester United’s clash with Watford on Saturday, kick-off 17:30 no dice Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade REVEALED shining possible standings Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT gameday cracker The United manager will also take what he reads about Pogba’s agent with a pinch of salt until implication becomes explicit.Earlier this year Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola claimed Raiola offered the France international to him, with chatter continuing to bubble along into other opportunities in terms of moving.“If I watch Mr Raiola on the screen saying the player wants to leave, and that he is organising a way for him to try to leave or so on, then I will believe,” Mourinho said.“But in this moment, I am completely in the dark.“The only thing that is clear for me is that the player never – in all these days we are together – told me he wants to leave.”Pogba has, though, previously said that he would be fined if he opened up about his happiness, while over the international break he said “who knows what will happen in the next few months?”“You have to ask him,” Mourinho said when asked about such comments. “As a manager, I tell you the truth.“That’s his problem, that’s his relation(ship) with the media – not with me. I am not going to comment on that.” Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City last_img read more

Picture Special: Harvey’s Point unveil the ‘coolest’ €1.5M corporate suite

first_imgHarvey’s Point Hotel hosted a celebration last night to officially open a new Corporate Garden Suite that puts Donegal on the map as a top business destination.It’s now time to do Business at the award-winning, picturesque Harvey’s Point overlooking Lough Eske in the Coolest Place in Ireland – Donegal. On Thursday 12th April, the stunning hotel destination unveiled a €1.5m investment in a brand new dedicated conference and business facility, the Garden Suite, catering for up to 220 people.In true Harvey’s Point style with a warm ‘Meet in Donegal’ callout to all Conference, Business and Event organisers, Deirdre Mc Glone and her team of hospitality professionals have once again invested wisely, creating another stunning facility at the award-winning Donegal destination. Pictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel were Marc Grysling and Deirdre McGlone, Hotelier & Directors. Photo Clive WassonPhoto Clive WassonPictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel were Barry Naughton, AIB, Noel Cunningham General Manager Harveys Point and John mcNeill, AIB. Photo Clive WassonThis most recent investment delivers a superbly positioned Garden Suite at the resort which maximises the beautiful location of Lough Eske and backdrop of the Blue Stack Mountains. This, combined with state of the art conference and meeting room interior facilities, high-speed WiFi, connectivity, technology along with an abundance of natural light now make Harvey’s Point the first choice for Conference and Business Meeting events in Donegal and the Northwest of the Wild Atlantic Way.Catering for groups of 30 to 220 theatre style, the Garden Suite comes with its own dedicated entrance, car park and of course excellent private hospitality services and dedicated events team managers.Donegal Town Mayor Pauric Kennedy pictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel. Photo Clive WassonPictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel were some of the guests. Photo Clive WassonDeirdre McGlone speaking at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel. Photo Clive WassonHarvey’s Point offers a new and exciting Business Tourism destination to the market in a picturesque and rural location. It is 10 minutes from Donegal Town, yet only 3 hours from Dublin, Galway and 2 hours from Belfast.A growing family hotel business, which now employs 150 people, Deirdre Mc Glone is acutely aware of what’s required to be a successful business leader, strategist and manager considering Harvey’s Point’s growth from modest cottage beginnings in 1989 to a Luxury 64 Suite bedroomed hotel today. Always with the customer in mind, Mc Glone has brought this knowledge and experience alongside her passion for all things Donegal to create new and unique conference and business event itineraries offering Business and Corporate Leaders the opportunity to challenge themselves and their teams with unique Donegal Business tourism experiences.Photo Clive WassonPhoto Clive WassonHarvey’s Point is renowned worldwide for its superior customer service, unrivalled food, hospitality and welcome emanating from its original adage of Swiss Made in Ireland, Swiss Hotel Keeping and honest Irish hospitality.Business leaders and conference organisers now have the opportunity to Meet in Donegal at Harvey’s Point Garden Suite, where mindfulness is in abundance in the subdued atmosphere of the Hills of Donegal. Yet they can motivate their team with challenges of the Blue Stack Mountains, stunning Slieve League Cliffs, spectacular Glenveagh National Park, an abundance of Wild Atlantic Way Coastline and Blue Flag beaches. All of which combine to create a seamless Conference, Team building, Strategy Event not to mention a glorified product or business launches.Working in partnership with key business operators across Donegal, Harvey’s Point Events team have an extensive panel of experts in the area of mindfulness, digital detox, yoga, and a myriad of outdoor activities all of which add to the ultimate experience in Corporate, Business and Events Management.In today’s busy and highly pressurised corporate and business environment, Harvey’s Point’s unique location provides the perfect destination for an unrivalled and successful Corporate and Business Event. “Our location at Harvey’s Point on the shores of Lough Eske is inspirational to each of us coming to work daily”, says Deirdre Mc Glone MD of Harvey’s Point, “The development and opening of the Garden Suite further enhances the resort, giving us the opportunity for further growth in the Business Tourism Sector, bringing new and increased year-round business to Donegal. We want to share the Coolest Place in Ireland, Donegal with Business Leaders, it’s been our inspiration for success at Harvey’s Point since 1989 and we’re proud to continue to invest and grow with our team.”To Meet in Donegal at Harvey’s Point and view the most recent investment or book your next Conference or Business Event at the newly opened Garden Suite, log onto www.harveyspoint.com Email [email protected] Follow [email protected] or Facebook Harvey’s Point Tel: 074 9722208View more photos from the event below:Pictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel were Jim Slevin, Brona Slevin Siobhan, Ní Churraighín. Photo Clive WassonPictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel were John Gildea, Pauric Kennedy and Bradas O Donnell Photo Clive WassonPictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel are Evelyn McGlynn and Photo Clive WassonPictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel were Barney McLaughlin, Angela Gallagher, Colette Ferguson, Catriona Britton and Seamus Neilly. Photo Clive WassonPictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel were Marta Drzewiecka, Carla Gibbons and Brendan Cox. Photo Clive WassonPictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel were Vesna Haggan, Paddy Kelly, Isobel Sangha and Dearbhla Kelly. Photo Clive WassonPictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel were Michael CullinaneTerry McNamara, Declan Thomas and Ciarán ó hAnnracháin. Photo Clive WassonPhoto Clive WassonPictured at the unveiling of the €1.5m Corporate Garden Suite investment at the award winning Harvey’s Point Hotel were Patrick McGinley, Mary T Sweeney and Noel McGinley. Photo Clive WassonPicture Special: Harvey’s Point unveil the ‘coolest’ €1.5M corporate suite was last modified: April 13th, 2018 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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:conference centreeventsgarden suiteharvey’s pointpicture speciallast_img read more