Nigerian gov urged to review the privatisation of the power sector

first_img BRICS According to local media Vanguard, Senator Lawan said: “I think the privatisation has not worked. It has failed because the essence of privatisation is to create efficiency.” “We are going to support the executive arm of government… We will suggest that going forward we have to revisit the privatisation because apparently the companies are not able to provide the power that we thought they could by now.” Sign up for the ESI Africa newsletter UNDP China, CCIEE launch report to facilitate low-carbon development AFD and Eskom commit to a competitive electricity sector Read more about Nigeria’s power sector Lawan acknowledged that the efforts of the government were out of desperation to create a better situation for the privatised sector. However, as a result, the government “gave out a lot of money to the companies”. Low carbon, solar future could increase jobs in the future – SAPVIA The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, is calling on the Nigerian government to review the privatisation of the country’s power sector. Get involved in discussions around investing in African power and energy and more at the African Utility Week and POWERGEN Africa conference. Click here to register to attend or for more information about the event. TAGSdiscosNigeria Previous articleFirst continental report on implementation of Agenda 2063 unveiledNext articleEquipping African digital leaders for the fourth industrial revolution Babalwa BunganeBabalwa Bungane is the content producer for ESI Africa – Clarion Events Africa. Babalwa has been writing for the publication for over five years. She also contributes to sister publications; Smart Energy International and Power Engineering International. Babalwa is a social media enthusiast. Finance and Policy Generation He said: “I think the time has come for the government to take a very drastic but necessary decision. If we have privatised the DISCOs and the GENCOs, I think, the private sector, those who have taken them [the companies] over, should be able to make them work better than they were before. “If they cannot, I think we need to revisit this privatisation because we cannot go on like that. We should look at the larger interest of Nigerians, not of those companies that have taken over the power sector – the DISCOs and the GENCOs. “It appears most of the companies, the DISCOs (Distribution Companies), have no sufficient capital and probably the same thing with the GENCOs (Generation Companies),” he noted. RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR It is reported that the Senate was addressingthe Executive Committee of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria ((MAN) inAbuja.last_img read more

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Rio History: A Rose by Any Other Color

first_imgBy Steve Hathcock Hi Steve,Here is a picture of some of the things I found while beachcombing on South Padre Island this past February. I hope the pictures are good enough for you to see some of the details.Doug Olson Share Hi Doug,It looks like you had a fun day at the beach. Gypsum crystals and rosettes, like the one you found (sometimes called “Desert Rose”), are formed below the surface of the wind-tidal flats and become exposed after heavy rains or sustained winds. Calcium carbonate is deposited asirregular sand grains in the quiet waters of the Laguna Madre. As the water evaporates it leaves behind transparent crystals or crystalline masses of selenite. “Selenite” is the colorless and transparent variety that shows a pearl-like-luster and has been described as having a moon like glow. The word selenite comes from the Greek for Moon and means moon rock. (According to Greek legend, the crystals form when the moon is on the increase and coincidentally, the moon is near full as I write this column.)A good place to hunt them is along the mudflats that lie to the east of the swing bridge that connects Long Island Village (Outdoor Resorts) with the mainland. The largest local specimen I have seen is on display at the Sea Life Nature Center located in the Lighthouse Square in PortIsabel. Another variety is a compact fibrous aggregate called “satin spar”. This variety has a very satin like look that gives a play of light up and down the fibrous crystals. A fine grained massive material is called “alabaster” and is an ornamental stone used in fine carvings for centuries.Extremely large crystals of selenite are found in southern Utah in geodes, or hollow rocks. Big blocks of selenite can be split into extremely thin, transparent plates, which were used by the ancients in place of glass. When heated it converts into plaster of Paris. When moistened with water, plaster of Paris expands, filling every crevice or opening. It sets in a short time forming a hard mass of gypsum, Plaster of Paris is used extensively in making casts for statuary, ceramics, dental plates, fine metal parts for precision instruments and surgical splints. Gypsum is also used as a fertilizer for arid, alkaline soil, as a bed for polishing plate glass and as a base for paint pigments. In addition to all of the above uses, large amounts of gypsum are used as a retarder in Portland cement which is still the most commonly used cement around the globe.center_img         Doug Olson sent me the following email: RelatedRio History: A Rose by Any Other ColorBy STEVE HATHCOCK Special to the PRESS Doug Olson sent me the following email: Hi Steve, Here is a picture of some of the things I found while beachcombing on South Padre Island this past February. I hope the pictures are good enough for you to see some of the detail.…February 24, 2017In “News”In Memoriam: SPI resident loses battle with COVID-19By Gaige Davila [email protected] When COVID-19 hit the Rio Grande Valley, Doug Atwell, a South Padre Island resident, became a cautious man, advocating to his family and friends to stay inside, wear masks and practice social distancing.  Even after the state reopened with a slew of orders issued by Governor…July 24, 2020In “Features”Rio History: Wind, Rain and a Baking SunBy STEVE HATHCOCK Special to the PRESS When is the best time to go treasure hunting or beachcombing? If I had an Indian head penny for every time I have been asked that question… I prefer a windy day, low tide and right after a good November squall. The rain uncovers…December 21, 2018In “News”last_img read more

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Puluhan Ribu Kali Lakukan Panggilan ke Call Center, Pria Tua ini Diciduk Polisi

first_imgSeorang pria tua asal Jepang diamankan setelah selama delapan hari mengajukan keluhan tentang KDDI Corporation dengan panggilan sebanyak 24 ribu kali. Pria bernama Akitoshi Okamoto dituduh telah membuat panggilan bebas pulsa untuk mengeluh bahwa perusahaan telah melanggar kontraknya.Baca juga: Promosi Layanan di Kabin, LCC Asal Perancis Sajikan Pengalaman Virtual Tour 3D di A350Selain itu, pria 71 tahun tersebut bahkan menelpon dengan telepon biasa ribuan kali. Dilansir KabarPenumpang.com dari laman japantimes.co.jp (3/12/2019), polisi metropolitan Tokyo mengatakan, dia menelpon KDDI untuk menyuarakan keprihatinannya. Namun ternyata Okamoto juga menghina staf layanan pelanggan di perusahaan tersebut melalui telepon. Terkadang bahkan dirinya menelpon saluran layanan pelanggan dan segera menutup telepon.“Dia meminta staf KDDI datang kepadanya untuk meminta maaf karena melanggar kontraknya. Dia juga mengulangi panggilannya segera setelah menempatkannya,” kata seorang wakil polisi.Juru bicara KDDI Corporation mengatakan, Okamoto yang kini diamankan polisi tersebut ditangkap atas dugaan penyumbatan bisnis yang curang.Tak hanya itu, tuduhan yang dapat diajukan terhadap orang-orang di Jepang yang membuat bisnis tidak mungkin berjalan normal. KDDI sendiri sebenarnya pada awal ulah Okamoto ini, tidak ingin mengajukan tuntutan.Namun karena panggilan terjadi sangat sering, ini mengakibatkan adanya pengaruh pada kemampuan untuk membantu masalah pelanggan lainnya. Orang-Orang Jepang di tengah memiliki julukan untuk orang seperti ini sebagai epidemi kesepian.Padahal sejumlah teknologi telah muncul di negara ini untuk melawan rasa kesepian yang meningkat. Mereka dirancang untuk memberikan penemanan.Diketahui, pensiunan Jepang tersebut dilaporkan melakukan panggilan telepon ke perusahaan telekomunikasi itu rata-rata 33 kali sehari. Dia menggunakan panggilan ke nomor 411 ke layanan pelanggan KDDI untuk memprotes pelanggaran kontrak kerjanya.Baca juga: Hari Pelanggan Nasional, Maskapai Indonesia Beri Diskon, Sapa Penumpang Hingga Ganti Logo Boarding PassJepang memiliki populasi terbesar di dunia, dan diperkirakan memiliki 6,24 juta orang di atas usia 65, dan total 18,4 juta orang dewasa, hidup sendiri. Diyakini bahwa pada tahun 2040, 40 persen dari negara ini akan hidup sendiri.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… Related(Lagi) GoJek Dapat Kucuran Dana Segar dari Dua Raksasa Otomotif Asal Jepang!09/07/2019In “Basis Aplikasi”Transport of London Inginkan Perusahaan Taksi Berbagi Data Untuk Keselamatan Penumpang25/02/2018In “Basis Aplikasi”Akibat Iseng di Platform Screen Doors, Kereta Bawah Tanah Jepang Terlambat 1 Menit19/04/2019In “Darat”last_img read more

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Powerset and hakia – Quest For The Semantic Web

first_imgThis week I spoke with Barney Pell, CEO of Powerset; and Melek Pulatkonak, COO of hakia. In both (separate) conversations we discussed how the Semantic Web is getting very close. The Semantic Web as defined by Tim Berners-Lee is: “a universal platform for the exchange of data, information and knowledge.” I think Barney and Melek would agree, that the only thing preventing the Semantic Web so far has been an inefficient use of horsepower – or a lack of it.Speed, Power and Getting ThereSemantics is expressed meaning in language, code or “other” representations of information. My discussions with Barney and Melek revealed the fundamental differences in architecture and philosophy between hakia and Powerset. The index systems of the two companies are fundamentally different, as is their philosophy – but their goals and visions are remarkably similar. They are also different in the way they apply what I term horsepower to natural language search. Like the symbolism of Shelby vs. Ferrari,¬ñ it is possible for different approaches to achieve a desired result – given enough horsepower.Hakia has built their search in-house, refining and sculpting the QDex indexing system (like an Enzo Ferrari). Their view is that processing power should be maximized with super efficiency, via fuzzy logic and advanced semantics. Powerset, on the other hand, utilizes basically the same inverted indexing system as Google – but backed by natural language and immensely powerful processing that essentially ¬ìoverpowers¬î the long tail query (like the GT 500). This is a vast oversimplification, but the elements involved reveal the larger story.Technology (horsepower), communication (language) and people make up the semantic Web. The Web has not been lacking “language”, but the adequate application of processing power. As Barney said: “Even five years ago we did not have the processing capability to even attempt this, but five years from now these answers will seem elementary.” Google’s system below, currently consumes massive horsepower with comparatively limited results – at least according to hakia and Powerset! Diagram of Google’s inverted index and search (courtesy –changturtle)Unbending HumansBarney described the relationship between people and computers as people being “bent” around or adapted to technology in order to utilize it. With the advent of services like Facebook, programs and applications are beginning to ¬ìunderstand¬î each other. Everyone reading this has been ¬ìforced¬î by technology to conform to varied ¬ìbending events¬î, in order to use it. Barney explained this idea by calling Facebook and the iPhone true innovations approaching total ¬ìcommunity engagement.¬î Barney also said that ¬ìFacebook will become one of the primary communications platforms of the future.¬î Given this new perspective, I could not agree more because Facebook is one heck of a representation of information for a social network. Essentially, hakia, Powerset, Facebook and others are bending the machines to engage humans. And in a way, Facebook is the semantic Web in a microcosm – but in it’s infancy.Semantics and Search?Search is a critical part of our daily lives, but the interface has changed very little over the years. We define search as the act of typing in a query on Google and getting results. This is a type of search, but how many other kinds of ¬ìsearches¬î do we perform? In an earlier article, Josh Catone wrote about Yahoo!¬ís contention that search will not determine the future of the Web. Josh rightly asked if Facebook and MySpace might be better positioned if ¬ìpersonalization¬î was to be the future of the Web.ConclusionI should make it clear that neither Barney nor Melek really consider themselves as “Google Killers”. Powerset and hakia are not in a race either against each other or to overtake Google, but they are on a quest for better Web communication and engagement. Both efforts emphasize the necessity for ¬ìthe system¬î to be able to universally understand and handle data without ambiguity. Viewing Facebook and others as functional repositories of semantic data is essential in seeing the long view. Whether we are talking about object oriented data, textual semantics or complex algorithms, the semantic Web is about making people ¬ìbend¬î less for technology. Tags:#Analysis#search#web Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts phil butler 1 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Marketlast_img read more

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Why The Iowa Digital Driver’s License Seems So Cool—And Scary

first_imgSmartphones have gone from communications tools to our front door keys, light switches, remote controls, credit cards—and now driver’s licenses, at least in Iowa. According to the Des Moines Register, Iowa’s Department of Transportation will offer digital driver’s licenses via a free mobile app that will launch next year. The virtual version will be as legally valid as the physical IDs currently sitting in Iowans’ wallets, but infinitely cooler—the on-screen versions will feature animated headshots that rotate in place. People use their phones for everything these days, so storing a driver’s license in there too seems very convenient. But the pros come with some potential cons that—if not properly addressed—could turn these virtual licenses into a ticket to some scary scenarios. See also: Cops Give Away Spyware And Tell Families It’s For Their “Safety”Identity CrisisThere aren’t many details yet, but Iowa DOT Director Paul Trombino describes the software as a highly secure “identity vault app.” The user will be required to enter a PIN code before the digital license gets displayed. Law enforcement officers will accept the onscreen version as a legitimate form of identification at traffic stops or airport screening points in the state. The program will not be mandatory, however, so if residents don’t want the new licenses with GIF-like headshots, they can stick with the traditional, static cards. There are valid reasons why they might. Government-led technology initiatives don’t always go smoothly, and there are high stakes in matters of identity. Trombino may boast about the app’s security now, but it would need to be essentially hackproof, with heavy duty measures to guard against unauthorized tampering or even intentional counterfeiting of its digital assets. Matters of PrivacyThen there’s the pesky proposition of people handing over their phones to police officers. While the Supreme Court ruled against warrantless cell phone searches last summer (though not Canada), it’s not clear whether giving devices to law enforcement officers constitutes consent in the eyes of the law. Andrea Henry, the Iowa DOT’s director of strategic communication, told CNET her department is working on ways to allay those privacy concerns. That may involve the police scanning the license while the phone stays in the owner’s hand, or figuring out how to “lock the rest of your phone and only leave the driver’s license app open,” she said. The latter would be difficult, if not impossible, to pursue. Apple doesn’t allow third parties to have that much control over its iPhone—a device that claims 41.7 percent of U.S. smartphone subscribers. The company makes safeguarding user data from law enforcement a priority, and it’s not likely to grant the cops system access now, no matter the reason. See also: Tim Cook Is Keeping Your Apple Data Safe From The CopsIf Iowa doesn’t have all the answers, it’s because there’s no precedent for this yet. More than 30 states—including Iowa—accept electronic proof of insurance, but motorists in the state are set to be the first in the nation to carry digital driver’s licenses. In a sense, that makes Iowa a test case, giving the rest of the country a glimpse of what the future may hold. Mock-up based on photo courtesy of Iowa Department of Transportation Related Posts adriana lee Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technologycenter_img Tags:#driver’s license#Iowa#mobile app#online identity#police Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech …last_img read more

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Keha Performs At StarStudded Pathway To The Cure Event

first_imgA host of stars attended Pathway To The Cure for Breast Cancer, a fundraiser benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure in Santa Monica last week.Ke$ha Performs At Pathway To The CureAmong the stars who attended the event – which featured a performance by Ke$ha – were Adrian Grenier (Entrourage), Alessandra Ambrosio (Supermodel), Amber Valetta (Revenge), Angie Everhart (The Wedding Pact), Busy Phillips (Cougar Town), Cisely Saldana (Rosemary’s Baby), Dawn Olivieri (House of Lies), Emmanuelle Chriqui (Entrourage), Estella Warren (Planet of the Apes), Gilles Marini (Switched at Birth), Jaimie Alexander (Thor), Jonny Weston (Chasing Mavericks), Jordana Brewster (Fast & Furious), Josh Henderson (Dallas), Kellan Lutz (Twilight), Mackenzie Rossman (7th Heaven), Martin Starr (Silicon Valley), Michelle Trachtenberg (Gossip Girl), Natalie Martinez (CSI NY), Rebecca Mader (Once Upon a Time), Rosanna Arquette (Pulp Fiction), Samantha Mumba (musician), Shannen Doherty (90210), Sophia Bush (Chicago PD), Susie Castillo (House of Payne) and many more.Gilles Marini Attends Pathway To The CureBreast cancer knows no boundaries – be it age, gender, socio-economic status or geographic location. In the U.S. alone, an estimated 40,000 women and more than 400 men will die from breast cancer each year.Emmanuelle Chriqui Attends Pathway To The CureWith more than $2.5 billion invested in the fight against breast cancer, Komen is leading the global movement against this terrible disease, working in communities across the globe to save lives and end breast cancer forever.Kellan Lutz Attends Pathway To The Cure“We are so pleased to have the commitment of Pathway Genomics and Relativity Media who are bringing awareness to the needs of breast cancer patients and the important work Komen is doing to address those needs in southern California and around the world,” said Komen President and CEO Judith Salerno, M.D., M.S.”PATHWAY GENOMICS is on a mission to make affordable hereditary breast cancer testing available to all regardless of income, race or geographic location. To enhance the accessibility of this important genetic test, Pathway Genomics has developed the BRCA One for OneTM program – for every qualified BRCAtrue test ordered, one test is donated to a person in need through patient advocacy organizations, up to $10 million of free testing. ONE FOR ONE means that for each BRCA TRUE TEST purchased, Pathway Genomics will give one away making hereditary breast cancer testing is available to all.“Pathway’s mission is to ensure that people in need receive genetic testing regardless of their economic or insurance status,” said Jim Plante, Pathway Genomics’ founder and CEO. “Offering the industry’s best BRCA genetic test and making it accessible to a wide range of people is a vital objective in our mission.”To date, no other affordable breast cancer genetic testing option exists. Pathway Genomics is Pathway for the People. For more info visit pathway.com/brcatrue.last_img read more

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James Corden To Host Idina Menzels Celebrity Karaoke Night

first_imgJames Corden is set to host a spectacular night of live celebrity karaoke in Los Angeles tonight, featuring Idina Menzel.The event will benefit the A BroaderWay Foundation, an organization founded in 2010 by Idina Menzel and Taye Diggs.The show will be a fun-filled evening where members of the audience choose the songs and the performers bring them to life. Additional talent committed so far includes Jason Alexander, Taye Diggs, Lisa Loeb, Cheyenne Jackson, Aisha Tyler and some of the great Broadway cast from Wicked, Rent and so many more surprises…A BroaderWay Foundation is dedicated to offering girls from urban communities an outlet for self-expression and creativity through arts-centered programs. The emphasis is on building self-esteem, developing leadership qualities and striving for personal and social achievement.Camp BroaderWay, A BroaderWay Foundation’s inaugural endeavor, will celebrate its fifth season in Summer 2015. In addition to the summer camp, A BroaderWay provides school year programming, which continues to deliver the mission of ABW while providing other bonding opportunities for the girls.Tonight’s event takes place at El Rey Theatre, 5515 Wilshire Blvd. 6:00pm Cocktails. 7:30-9:30pm Show. Enjoy an open bar, passed hors d’oeuvres and small plates.For tickets, click here.last_img read more

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Blaz Rola helps lead No 1 seed mens tennis team to Big

The Ohio State men’s tennis team has done well for itself this season, and freshman Blaz Rola has helped to lead it. With an overall season record of 27-2 (10-0 in Big Ten), and winning its sixth consecutive Big Ten season title, the team has earned the No. 1 seed going into the Big Ten Tournament this weekend. While the team may be focused on another Big Ten win, it is also looking forward to the NCAA Championship, which will take place May 14–15. Freshman Ille Van Engelen said winning the NCAA Championship is “the biggest goal of the season” for him and his team. Standing at 6-foot-4, the Slovenia native is ranked No. 3 in the nation in singles and No. 9 in doubles with his partner, junior Chase Buchanan. “I just want to play and get better and better,” he said. “I hope we’ll play good. We have a chance to go all the way, but it’s a long way and there is a lot of hard work still left.” Although Rola is at OSU now, his original plan for his tennis career didn’t involve playing at the collegiate level. “First I was thinking about going pro,” Rola said. “But after 18 months of Ty calling and emailing me, I decided to come here and take a look. And I really liked it.” According to the official OSU athletics site, Rola has won two doubles titles and a singles title on the professional circuit in 2010. And in 2008 he won the title of the La Vie Sport Junior Cup Villach Champion and has been ranked as high as No. 388 in the world. Like so many other players on the team, Rola got his start in tennis at an early age. “My whole family played,” he said. “I started playing with my dad, but I never thought, ‘I’m going to be a tennis player.’” But, he said, the more he practiced, played in and won different matches and tournaments, the more he liked the game. Rola brings a lot of strengths to the team. He lists his serve, his left-handed ability and his quick movement on the court as some of the strengths he has brought to OSU. “Lefties cause a lot of problems for righties,” Rola said. While he does play doubles, Rola said he prefers to play singles. “I like singles better,” he said. “But I know I need to develop my doubles game. I have to play it to make my singles game better.” Rola continues to succeed in doubles and he, along with the rest of his team, will begin play in the Big Ten Tournament beginning Thursday in Madison, Wis. read more

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Buchanan Rola march on for Ohio State tennis

Most of he Ohio State men’s tennis team might already be back in Columbus after its weekend loss against UCLA, but two members of the team are still on the road chasing national championship dreams. The No. 5-seeded Buckeyes were eliminated by No. 4 UCLA Saturday, 4-2, but senior Chase Buchanan and sophomore Blaz Rola remain in Athens, Ga., to compete in the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships. Rola and Buchanan received at-large selections for the singles tournament and, after posting a 30-4 record in doubles matches this season, will also team up for the doubles championship. NCAA Singles and Doubles Championship action begins Wednesday in Athens at the University of Georgia’s Dan Magill Tennis Complex and will last throughout the day. “We would like to be playing in the Final Four but it wasn’t in the cards for us,” said OSU coach Ty Tucker. “There was no shame losing to UCLA. We needed to be about 5 percent better in every spot.” The Buckeyes finished the season with a 34-4 overall record and their quarterfinal berth marked their seventh consecutive NCAA quarterfinal appearance. After Buchanan and Rola’s loss Saturday, the top-ranked doubles pair in the nation dropped an 8-6 decision to the No. 44-ranked doubles team from UCLA, made up of redshirt junior Alex Brigham and sophomore Adrien Puget. Buchanan said while the loss was disappointing, the best thing to do is move on. “You try to forget about it. You can’t take it too hard,” he said. “It was tough playing as my last time with the team, but I’m looking forward to the opportunity to play with Blaz.” For the senior, looking forward was a bit easier than for the sophomore from Slovenia. “It’s been tough. I didn’t regroup yesterday (Monday),” Rola said. “Not at dinner, I couldn’t talk in the press conference, but I slept through it – thank God – and I have some time to get ready.” Tucker said both players have good momentum after the loss and Buchanan said he is preparing for his final opportunity to leave a lasting impression on the program. “Mentally and physically, I have prepared all season. I took a day off yesterday,” he said. “There’s a lot of great teams and we need to prepare hard and take everyone seriously so we can come out on top.” Though both players said they are sad to compete for the last time together, the nation’s top-seeded doubles pairing agreed they are still excited for the task ahead. “It’s a great feeling to be the first seed, but I never go into a match thinking we’re No. 1 in the country,” Rola said. “Maybe I should, but I stay humble to keep the pressure away.” Both players said they welcome the challenges presented by the Dan Magill Tennis Complex, as well. “This atmosphere is intense,” Rola said. “It’s unbelievable. (It’s) the best place to play in college tennis.” read more

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Robben considers retirement an option

first_imgThe Bayern Munich and Netherlands veteran recently admitted that he still considering talking with the club for an extension of his contract, but this is yet to happen and he thinks of other options as well.Arjen Robben recently disclosed that he does consider retirement as an option while waiting for the German club to offer him a contract extension. He has spent nine years at the Allianz Arena, throughout the duration of which he has made over 280 appearances and helping the team get to more than one Bundesliga and Champions League title. However, he is to become a free agent this summer and no extension has been offered yet.rb leipzig, bayern munichReport: Bayern are held by Leipzig George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Bayern Munich was held to another draw, this time by RB Leipzig.Bayern Munich finds themselves in the unfamiliar position of sitting third in the…“With Karl-Heinz Rummenigge I have agreed that we will hold talks in April, then we will see,” Robben shared, according to Goal.“I think that’s the hardest part of getting to an age where you know the end is coming closer, making the right decision is always difficult,” the Dutchman added.last_img read more

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