Militao: the most expensive defense in white history to incognito

first_imgI was looking for Madrid with the 21-year-old central youth similar to the one he hit on the table with Pepe When he hired Portuguese for 30 million euros, in the summer of 2007, Everyone thought it was a lot of money for a central. Then, Pepe marked an era in Madrid, the origin of the winning streak of recent times by signing dupla with Ramos (Varane, was his substitute). With MilitaoFor now, history is being written in a different way. He has only been able to play 12 games since he landed in the Bernabeu. Militao is, by far, the most expensive defender in the 118 years of history of Madrid. It cost 50 million euros. They follow in this classification their own Pepe, Coentrao, Danilo and Odriozola. All of them were paid 30. It is Militao, in addition, the sixth defense that has cost more in international football after Van Dijk (90, to Liverpool), Laporte and Mendy (both 70, both to City), and Walker and Stones (both 55, both to City). Not even Tite, who is demonstrating an unwavering faith in Militao (at least, more than Zidane has) since he first called him in September 2018, he sees him as an efficient right-back. “Militao has played 25 games at the center and is consolidating in that position. (…) I prefer central. As a side, in the last part of the field, I would have difficulties “, said the coach recently. Militao has distributed its efforts in the last seasons between those two positions, the side and central, but it was as central as dazzled to be signed by Madrid. It cost 50 million euros, arrived from Porto.center_img Right side.It was precisely Pepe’s return to Porto that moved Militao to the right side. He already has experience in that position, where he worked in 15 meetings last season with the Dragons. Three of those matches were high-flying, the double showdown of Champions eighth against Roma and the quarterfinal against Liverpool. With Madrid debuts in that position. He already had to play a few minutes on the left side, however, against the Spaniard in the League. Mendy was expelled at the end of the match and Militao entered by Vinicius to cover that gap. Now, the losses of Nacho and Carvajal and the winter sale of Odriozola put Militao back in the shop window … and in need of demonstrating, as happened with Pepe, that Madrid was not wrong with him.last_img read more

travelmob building an online social marketplace

first_imgtravelmob chief executive and co-founder Turochas Fuad believes in the concept of collaborative consumption and has based his new online business on this model.This notion of collaborative consumption is based on the idea of sharing or renting access to products as opposed to actual ownership and is an enormously popular format for other online businesses, such as eBay and Craigslist.“travelmob is trying to organise the unorganised – anyone can rent out their space, anyone can rent out their excess properties but there’s really no platform complete platform out there to do that,” Mr Fuad said.The Asia-Pacific region is teeming with history, steeped in culture and rich with natural and man-made attractions – making it the perfect place to explore a more genuine travel experience.Guests are presented the opportunity to develop a genuine bond with their hosts, live like a local and immerse themselves in the culture of their is a social marketplace where global travelling ‘guests’ can search and book accommodation owned by local ‘hosts’ in Asia Pacific (APAC).“The Asia Pacific region is the fastest growing travel market; combine that with the rise of new middle-income earners, budget airlines and increased access… and you have a very sweet spot there,” Mr Fuad told e-Travel Blackboard.“Our accommodation options offer guests a home-away-from-home, an escape from the regular static atmosphere and ultimately, value for money.”travelmob listings have grown by 526 percent since the company’s beginnings in July 2012 and recorded 16-fold growth in Australia; with the expectation to further grow their business down under in the future.“The majority of our travellers are intra-Asia Pacific travellers and we hope to capitalise on this burgeoning market, while helping to bring traffic to Australia.“We can try to build our own supply here and find partnerships to grow business in Australia,” Mr Fuad said.Looking to the future, travelmob has noticed that 50-60 percent of bookings occur within the same month of travel and there are plenty of unsold inventories available.“We’ve paired this impulsive planning with our unused accommodation, creating a last-minute opportunity.”An often forgotten element of travel is etiquette and travelmob provide a guide on their website for both guests and hosts to help guide communications, educate both parties and enhance the overall travel experience.“Travel is a bit more dynamic these days, communication is key and when you tie in the social media element with all of this, it comes full circle.”Source = e-Travel Blackboard: P.T. “travelmob is trying to organise the unorganised”– CEO and co-founder Turochas Faud.last_img read more