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Bournemouth boss Howe proud Nathan Ake chose to return

first_imgBournemouth boss Eddie Howe is proud to have convinced Nathan Ake back to Dean Court.The Cherries broke their transfer record to sign the Chelsea defender.Howe told the Daily Echo: “For us, there were so many different reasons why Nathan was a very important signing.“First and foremost, you only need to look at his ability and the fact he can play and excel in a number of different positions.“He played very well for us as a left-sided centre-half last season and, with every game, people could see he was getting better and better.“Nathan is very composed on the ball and will fit in perfectly here because he did last season. That is a real benefit and it is very difficult to quantify how much that is worth to us.“In terms of temperament and attitude, he has everything we really want from a player. He has the desire to learn and is very level headed.“He is a really good teammate and determined to win and achieve things.”Discussing Ake’s decision to leave Chelsea, Howe added: “It is very difficult for any player to leave a club they have been attached to for a period of time and especially one the size of Chelsea. I know he didn’t make the decision lightly and it was a difficult one for him.“But, ultimately, his decision was determined by his desire to move his career on to the next chapter, to play more games and to be part of our club. He fitted in really well last season, the other players loved him and vice-versa.”last_img read more

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Freelancers in All 50 States Step Up for Annual Survey

first_imgThanks to all of the 2,507 people who completed the Freelancers Union Annual Independent Worker Survey! We had respondents from every state (thanks, South Dakota, for stepping up this year!). Ten lucky survey respondents received a Freelancers Union totebag: Sarah B. (Arthurdale, WV), David B. (Mountain Lakes, NJ), Allison I. (Starkville, MS), Tracy L. (Jackson, WY), Al L. (Oceanside, CA), Deborah L. (Milford, PA), Kyle R. (Chicaco, IL), Wayne T. (Powell, WY), April T. (Ovett, MS), and Michael W. (St. Petersburg, FL). We’ll keep you posted on the survey results. (And in the meantime, feel free to pore over the juicy findings from last year.)last_img read more

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Go back to the enewsletter Cruise Lines Internatio

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterCruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Australasia has revealed the finalists for the 18th annual Cruise Industry Awards. The industry is gearing up for the sold-out ‘night of nights’ to be held at the Star Event Centre Sydney on Saturday 23 February 2019.The 71 finalists from across Australia and New Zealand have been considered under a revamped judging process ahead of next month’s award ceremony and gala dinner, where 18 accolades will be handed out to honour the top achievers of the industry.More than 500 submissions have been considered under the refreshed awards process, in which 12 categories were open for nomination.CLIA Australasia Managing Director Joel Katz congratulated all the finalists and said the standard of submissions this year had been especially high.“The one thing that has become clear from submissions this year is that travel agents are more engaged and dedicated than ever before,” Katz said. “There’s a genuine passion for the industry that shows in the work they are doing, and that’s a big part of the success the cruise sector is experiencing in Australia.”A full list of finalists can be viewed online here.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

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