Architects: Herzog & de Meuron, Sauter von Moos Area Area of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/951212/villa-hammer-herzog-and-de-meuron-plus-sauter-von-moos Clipboard CopyAbout this officeHerzog & de MeuronOfficeFollowSauter von MoosOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBaselOn FacebookSwitzerlandPublished on November 12, 2020Cite: “Villa Hammer / Herzog & de Meuron + Sauter von Moos” 12 Nov 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup has revealed he ignored overtures from several “big clubs” during the summer to stay at the Liberty Stadium. Press Association The Swans’ fine Barclays Premier League showing and Capital One Cup success last season served to enhance Laudrup’s reputation and spark speculation that he could be set to leave the club. However, the Dane insists he never considered walking away. Laudrup, currently in Holland with his squad for a pre-season training camp, told www.walesonline.co.uk: “Yes, there were clubs – a couple of big ones as well – who wanted me, but it never became anything more than that.” He added: “As I said and confirmed many times, I wanted to stay and I told players the same when they asked me before they extended their contracts. I don’t want to run away from that. “It’s normal after a season we which was good for everybody that there is a lot of interest and eyes on all of us, domestically and internationally. “But it never went further than that and I didn’t have to speak to anyone because I want to stay here.” read more
When Mata signed for United last January, the club were in the midst of a dreadful run of form that cost manager David Moyes his job. Despite the £37.5million arrival of the Spaniard, United could only finish seventh and Moyes was replaced by Van Gaal. Juan Mata thinks Manchester United will be challenging for silverware this year under Louis van Gaal. United fans will get a first glimpse of their new boss in the dugout on Wednesday night when the Red Devils take on the Los Angeles Galaxy at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Van Gaal has only been in his position for six days, but his arrival has injected optimism into a squad previously short on confidence and Mata is looking forward to a successful season ahead. United finished 22 points behind winners Manchester City last term, but Mata sees no reason why his team cannot challenge for the Barclays Premier League and other trophies under the vastly experienced Van Gaal. “It’s the start of a new era for the club, with a new manager and players coming in,” United’s club-record signing said. “I’m really happy with the manager’s style of football and hopefully at the end of the season we can celebrate something, which would be amazing for him and for us. “We’re focused on improving and trying to learn from the manager, to play at our best level during the season. The main idea is to play as a team and compete for titles.” Mata and his team-mates have been keen to impress Van Gaal during intense double-training sessions under the LA sun. And if they needed another reminder that they are playing for their futures, then it was duly delivered by Ed Woodward on Sunday when he told United fans to expect more incomings and outgoings over the next few weeks. Press Association While Mata understands the need for tough training, the Spaniard thinks it is important the players do not overdo it. “The most important thing is to get ready, step by step, and not too hard because injuries can happen,” the former Chelsea player told MUTV. “It’s important for us to prepare physically and mentally for the long season.” Like Mata, Chris Smalling will take part in the entire pre-season tour as England were knocked out of the World Cup at the group stages. The centre-back is under pressure to establish himself as a first-team regular following the departures of Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic. Smalling hopes the hard graft he and his team-mates are putting in during their stay in the US will be worthwhile. When asked what the toughest part of pre-season is, the former Fulham defender said: “The running. You usually do two or three sessions a day, two outside and one in the gym. “It’s quite hard on your lungs and your legs, but you know that come August you’ll be ready to last the distance for the season.” Van Gaal will speak for the first time on the tour on Tuesday at a press conference in the 92,542-capacity Rose Bowl stadium which will host the match. Striker Javier Hernandez will join up with the squad on the eve of the match but is unlikely to play. After the game against the Galaxy, United will head to Denver, where they play Roma in the International Champions Cup. Further matches against Inter Milan in Washington and versus Real Madrid in Michigan follow, as well as a potential final against City, Liverpool, Olympiacos or AC Milan in Miami should United top their group. read more
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By Bruce FuhrThe Nelson Daily SportsIt’s going to be a survival of the fittest for the L.V. Rogers Junior Bombers.Playing with six players after starter Adam Berg went down with a broken arm last week during training and losing another in the tournament, the Junior Bombers ran out of gas in a 47-45 loss to Mount Boucherie Bears in action Saturday at the Kelowna Secondary School Junior Boy’s Basketball Tournament in the Central Okanagan.“The team has experienced some harsh injuries this year,” said Junior Bombers Vivian Kingdon. “Isaiah Kingdon has recently returned for his first set of games this past weekend after breaking his ring finger on his left hand. “Last week at practice our 6’4″ post Adam Berg broke his arm and will not be returning to the hardwood this season.”Still LVR played the Bears tough, led by Matt Zukowski with 23 points and Isaiah Kingdon with 12.LVR opened the tournament with a sluggish performance, losing to Abbotsford 70-48. Foul trouble combined with a slow start did the Bombers in against the Fraser Valley squad.Zukowski led the Bomber attack once again with 13 points while center McLain Sandeveland and Jack Sturrup scored 12 and 11 points, respectively.LVR rebounded Saturday to knock off the Fulton Maroons 53-40. Sandeveland scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Bombers. Kingdon and Zukowski each had 10.During the contest the Bombers lost Sturrup to an ankle injury to reduce the roster to six players.The Bombers return to action January 28-29 with a mini tournament at the Hangar.The event is a preview to a huge test for LVR as the Bombers travel to Edmonton February 17-19 to compete in the Tri-Provincial Tournament host by Harry Ainley Secondary [email protected] read more
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