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The Premier League’s top 10 dribblers this season revealed!

first_img 10 10 10 10 10 10 9. Yannick Bolaise (Crystal Palace) has attempted 59 dribbles in 12 appearances and 30 have been successful 10 4. Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace) has attempted 88 dribbles in 13 appearances and 42 have been successful 10 7. Jefferson Montero (Swansea City) has attempted 68 dribbles in 12 appearances and 32 have been successful 8. Sadio Mane (Southampton) has attempted 55 dribbles in 13 appearances and 31 have been successful 10. Mousa Dembélé (Tottenham Hotspur) has attempted 34 dribbles in 10 appearances this season and 29 have been successful – find out which player comes in at 9th by clicking the arrow above Joint 1st. Riyad Mahrez (Leicester City) has attempted 68 dribbles in 13 appearances and 44 have been successful 6. Santi Cazorla (Arsenal) has attempted 41 dribbles in 13 appearances and 32 have been successful Now that the festive period is approaching, there are plenty of statistics to illustrate who is excelling in certain areas. Perhaps one of the most interesting, which has become somewhat of a rarity in recent seasons, is a perfectly executed dribble and how often – or little – it occurs.Regular talkSPORT contributors and statistics analysts define a successful dribble as “taking on an opponent and successfully making it past them whilst retaining the ball”.We wanted to know which players had made the most successful dribbles so far this season and you can find the answer in the slideshow above.Take a look at the top 10 players with the most successful dribbles, so far, in England’s top flight this term.Statistics correct up to 23 November. Where players are level on total number of successful dribbles, the player with less attempts is ranked higher. 3. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) has attempted 70 dribbles in 12 appearances and 44 have been successful 5. Ross Barkley (Everton) has attempted 59 dribbles in 13 appearances and 33 have been successful 10 10 Joint 1st. Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) has attempted 68 dribbles in 13 appearances and 44 have been successfullast_img read more

Mandela’s Mvezo’s school dream realised

first_img20 January 2014 Madiba’s dream of a secondary school at his birthplace of Mvezo in the Eastern Cape was finally realised with the official opening of the Nelson Mandela School of Science and Technology on Friday. The R100-million school, built in partnership by German engineering company Siemens, the Mvezo Development Trust, the community of Mvezo and South Africa’s Department of Basic Education, will enable 700 learners from about 24 feeder primary schools to study engineering, science, technology and agriculture. Speaking at the opening of the school, President Jacob Zuma said, “Madiba had to travel far to obtain secondary education because there was no secondary school in this area. Siemens has ensured that the children of Mvezo receive a state-of-the-art science and technology school.” Zuma said Mandela was passionate about education and the plight of children, as they were the future of the country. “That is why he was always raising funds to build a school in the country, particularly among the most disadvantaged communities. This is a legacy that should be continued.” Although there was an improvement in the country’s matric results, particularly in maths and science in 2013, Zuma said there was still a long way to go to getting learners to take a real interest in the subjects. “Societies advance through science and technology, and our country should not be left behind. We should make science and technology a joy for our learners.” Zuma urged the school’s new learners to use the opportunity and build a bright future for themselves. “The Mandela School of Science and Technology must be a training ground for the leaders of tomorrow. We want you to produce leaders in various fields, in honour of the distinguished man after whom the school is named.” The school is part of the Accelerated School Infrastructure Delivery Initiative, an R8.2-billion public-private initiative which aims to eradicate the 496 “mud schools” in the country, and provide water and sanitation to 1 257 schools and electricity to 878 schools by March 2016. Source: read more

What Does ‘Sustainable’ Mean?

first_img Sign up for a free trial and get instant access to this article as well as GBA’s complete library of premium articles and construction details. In the U.S. and Canada, many residential builders use the word “sustainable” as a synonym for “green.” We hear about sustainable development, sustainable homes, and sustainable building products.Now that the word “sustainable” has become ubiquitous — even at the Green Building Advisor web site, where a new $736,000 home on the coast of Maine is described as a “sustainable spec house” — it’s time to take a step back and consider the word’s history. In 1713, a German author, Hans Carl von Calowitz, used the phrase “nachhaltende Nutzung” (sustainable use) to describe forestry practices that limit woodcutting to the forest’s average annual growth. Many historians consider this to be the first use of “sustainable” in its modern meaning.Later, regulators proposed limiting catches of marine fish to levels which could be maintained over the long term, a system referred to as “sustainable fisheries management.” In the management of forests and fisheries, debate continues over the methods used to determine sustainable harvests. However, use of the term “sustainable” in these contexts is easily understood.Foresters generally agree that one cord of firewood per acre per year can be sustainably harvested from a Vermont hardwood forest. However, it’s much trickier to determine whether the practices leading to the construction of $736,00 spec houses in Maine are “sustainable.” How many $736,000 spec houses can be “sustainably” built per year in coastal Maine? After a thousand years of “sustainable” spec-house construction, what will coastal Maine look like? (If scientists’ predictions of rising ocean levels prove accurate, cynics might note that the problem of $736,00 spec-house development in coastal areas is self-correcting.)For those of us living in North America, it’s easy to lose perspective when considering an appropriate definition for a “sustainable” lifestyle. About one-third of the world’s population eats fewer calories than necessary for… This article is only available to GBA Prime Memberscenter_img Start Free Trial Already a member? Log inlast_img read more

Adityanath raises Ram temple issue in Ayodhya

first_imgUttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday offered prayers at the makeshift Ram Lalla temple here, reiterating support for the construction of a temple at the disputed site. “According to the expectations of the world, I wish a Ram temple is built soon in Ayodhya,” he said as he unveiled a seven-foot rosewood statue of Lord Ram at the city’s Shodh Sansthan Museum. On his first visit to the temple town after elections, Mr. Adityanath also took part in celebrations to mark the birthday of Ram Janmabhoomi Nyas chief Mahant Nritya Gopal Das.last_img