Olympic Energy. (Credit: Vår Energi) Vår Energi acquires Olympic Energy and Troms Sirius for service in the North Sea.Work on acquiring two new vessels to support Vår Energi’s operations in the North Sea began in October.The initiative is part of the company’s strategy for sustainability, where it is important to choose suppliers with solutions that can reduce Vår Energi’s environmental footprint.We are constantly working to reduce our footprint, so we were extra happy when Olympic Energy became available. The supply vessel is one of the cleanest vessels in operation on the shelf and helps us move closer to a more environmentally friendly oil and gas production in the North Sea, says Operations Support Manager at Vår Energi, Eivind Espe.New technologyOlympic Energy is special because in addition to running on natural gas (LNG), it has a battery pack of 460 kWh on board. The battery switches on when energy consumption is at its peak. In addition, the ship can connect to shore power and charge the battery when the ship is at the quay.The second vessel is Troms Sirius. The ship uses traditional fuel but will be upgraded to be able to be connected to shore power during quay stays.Both vessels will operate between the Balder field in the North Sea and Dusavik quay, north of Stavanger. Troms Sirius will commence late November 2020, and Olympic Energy in February 2021.SustainabilityVår Energi has a total of three supply vessels on contract. In addition to Troms Sirius and Olympic Energy serving the Balder field in the south, Stil Barents operates between Polarbase in Hammerfest and the Goliat field in the Barents Sea.All vessels are equipped with technology that helps Vår Energi closer to the goal of a more environmentally friendly oil and gas production. Source: Company Press Release The initiative is part of the company’s strategy for sustainability
St. Mary’s Hospital for Women & Children Births Records From January 16-22Jennifer and James Hargett, Evansville, sons, Mitchell Brooks, and Clayton James, Jan. 16Kayla Dial, Evansville, son, Blayze Jordyn-Lee, Jan. 18Ashley and Micah Gibbs, Princeton, Ind., son, Allen Ray, Jan. 18Cie’Airra Lipscombe and Jamie Jones, Evansville, daughter, Cie’Onna Lashay, Jan. 18Nicole and Korey Winn, Evansville, son, Paxton Thomas, Jan. 19Lindsay and Derrick Kincheloe, Evansville, son, Davis Wayne, Jan. 19Stacie and Jeremy Word, Evansville, daughter, Gabbie Mae, Jan. 19Alyssa and Dalton Sparacino, Fort Branch, Ind., daughter, Audrey Marie, Jan. 20Jessica and Craig Tupper, Albion, Ill., son, Conner Alan, Jan. 20Michelle and Brad Gilbert, Evansville, daughter, Tinley Venoy, Jan. 20Amber and Lyndon May, Evansville, son, Eli Michael, Jan. 20Ashlee Winstead and Jonathan Burris, Evansville, son, Ryder Wayne, Jan. 20Komal Patel and Sumit Patel, Evansville, daughter, Vidhi Sumit, Jan. 20Brittany Doane and Lloyd McGuire, Jasper, Ind., daughter, Maybry Caroline, Jan. 21JoAnna and Matthew Przymus, Marion, Ill., son, Mitchell James, Jan. 21Angela and Robert Stepro, Evansville, daughter, Aleah Irene, Jan. 21Katherine and Ryan Marzec, Evansville, daughter, Kyra Elizabeth, Jan. 21Ashton Jeffries, Henderson, Ky., and Robert Florian, Corydon, Ky., sons, Kyler Dominick, and Stiles Joseph,Jan. 21Allexus Joseph and Jeramy Eaton, Princeton, Ind., son, Jaxson Lee, Jan. 21Chelsie and Cameron Colbert, Evansville, daughter, Ainsley Jo, Jan. 22FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
Congratulations to Maple Leaf on snapping up La Fornaia (pg 4)! It’s a terrific business, which makes artisan breads for the supermarkets, with the majority of loaves still worked by hand, and great people, such as Peter Baker and Ken Glennon, at the helm.I have followed it from its early days, when it was founded by Peggy Dannebaum who brought ciabatta to Marks & Spencer in the UK. But in those days, the company was better at breadmaking than business acumen and continued trading in administration. It was re-named Kelzed for a while, before reclaiming its original La Fornaia name and battling back to profitability under James Astor.When he moved on, Peter Baker, ex-British Bakeries, took over and did a great job. Over the years, La Fornaia has won numerous awards, including accolades at our own Baking Industry Awards. Its rate of innovation has been truly trend-setting. It also supplies well-researched weekly market data to its demanding customers and never fails to rise to a single challenge.So I do have just a twinge of regret that it will lose its independence. But Maple Leaf’s Guy Hall pays tribute to the company when he says Maple Leaf would only consider “really exceptional opportunities” and that “if we had not gone for La Fornaia, it may have gone forever (to someone else)”. So it has ended up in a good home, which appears to acknowledge the efforts of the talented 300 workforce.La Fornaia is known for premium speciality breads, but we should not disparage cheap bread, according to our Friday Essayist this week, Peter Martin, who makes the point that our basic, fortified loaf is good, inexpensive nutrition. That makes a change from all the comments we have heard recently.But the prices of commodities going into bread and cakes are rising very rapidly. They are massive and unprecedented! Not just the price of flour, which Odlums is raising (pg 12), but butter, yeast, milk, gluten – they are all going through the roof. If the major multiples haggle too hard over these rises, there will be serious casualties. So may I suggest that any bakery supplier reads the Business Briefing on page 15 this week; a really basic essential is to have one’s own house – and financial accounting – in good order.
The Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Park has seen some fairly incredible jams over the years, and the Suwannee Summer Clusterpluck was a fine addition to that hallowed tradition. The concept behind the two-day bluegrass Clusterpluck was a simple but solid one on the part of promoter Paul Levine: Gather some of the finest pickers in the land, add a proper stage and PA, and turn the musicians loose. The result was a weekend of musical mix-and-matching, with each set sporting a number of sit-ins and collaborations from the talented musicians on hand in addition to the super jam on the final night dubbed the “Summer Suwannee Clusterpluck.”Vince Herman Leads Wild 30-Minute “Midnight Rider” All-Star Jam At Clusterpluck [Video]Of course, when it comes to pulling together the right players for an event of this nature, it’s easier said than done. To make an event like Clusterpluck work, you need to find the right balance of talents and personalities, and for the final super jam, it doesn’t hurt to have someone who can act as an on-stage general to keep everyone on the same page. So when Levine was putting the event together, he knew there was only one choice to help him launch this new endeavor — the living embodiment of festival life himself, Leftover Salmon‘s Vince Herman. Herman, along with his partner-in-Salmon/crime Drew Emmitt, acted as the brain trust for the planned super jam, in addition to the duo taking on the responsibility of a set each day.The Wit And Wisdom Of Leftover Salmon’s Vince HermanGenerals need soldiers, and Clusterpluck filled out its ranks with the husband and wife duo of flat-picker guitar buzzsaw Larry Keel and his bass-playing better half Jenny Keel. Rising stars The Jon Stickley Trio brought their neo-classical, jazz-tinged bluegrass to add much-needed depth and sonic diversity to the mix as well. Outlaw bluegrass act Grandpa’s Cough Medicine, Pickled Holler, Albert Simpson and the right Reverend Jeff Mosier rounded out the stellar assortment of musical weapons at the disposal of the coming war on boredom.The various bands each took a set a day, eagerly welcoming their fellow players from the other acts for a weekend chock full of magical collaborative moments that simply can never be repeated. The off-the-cuff energy and improvisational nature of the performances made each song an adventure that was familiar but boldly retold for fresh ears. The fun didn’t even stop when the last notes rang out in the beloved Suwannee Music Hall, as the players took their musical circle out into the friendly confines of the park itself.The Spirit Of The Suwannee Music Park was founded so that bluegrass could flourish year round, and the Clusterpluck did a wonderful job of honoring that tradition. Fans of the genre and fans of music itself would do well to hope that the “Summer” in the title is an indication of a seasonal return for this first-time event. Until such an announcement comes, our own Rex Thomson has several highlights from the first iteration of the festival for you to check out below. Keep an ear out for possible follow-up events in the future, and until then, you can listen to a variety of tracks from the various acts and the best of the multi-player mayhem that closed out the weekend. It truly earned the title “Clusterpluck!” Enjoy!Grandpa’s Cough Medicine“Jam 1”“I Ain’t Got The Money To Drink No More”Larry & Jenny Keel“Ashes Of Love”The Jon Stickley Trio“Jam”Vince Herman & Drew Emmitt“Gentle On My Mind”“Melissa”Suwannee Summer Clusterpluck“Road Kill”“Black Muddy River”“How Mountain Girls Can Love”“Jam”“Louie Louie>Love Light”The combination of friends and family, great weather, and once-in-a-lifetime music made the inaugural Suwannee Summer Clusterpluck a perfect blend of love and insanity. The players had the time of their lives, and the audience was delighted to be the lucky recipients of an incredible feel-good show in The Spirit Of Suwannee Music Park. When the artists feel as at home as the fans and the smiles never fade away, you know you are exactly where the universe wants you to be.
Peppers can be staked as well. Using similar one-inch square stakes, place them about every fourth plant with twine running from stake to stake. Start the first twine four inches above the ground. As the peppers grow, put another string about every four inches above the first. Start with the first stake and go on one side of the plants. Then go around the next stake and so on. When you get to the last stake, come back down the other side of the plants to box the plants in and keep them from falling over. For tomatoes, some people simply use wire cages to put over the plants. The plants grow and are supported by the cages. Another method is to drive a one-inch square, four-foot stake into the ground by each plant and tie the plant to the stake. By Terry KelleyUniversity of GeorgiaThe seeds have come up, the gnats are out in full force and the garden is growing. It’s time to sit back, relax and enjoy the lazy, hazy days of summer. Well, not exactly. It’s time now to trellis some of those veggies you planted. Trellising gets the plant and fruit up off of the ground, making way for better quality fruit and less disease. It also helps to maintain order in the garden and makes harvesting easier. Trellising is one chore that should be done fairly soon after plants are established. Cucumbers also grow better when trellised. You can use four-foot fencing wire and some posts to build a temporary fence beside the cucumber row. Then just train the vines up on the fence as they grow. You’ll find and pick your cukes easier. Eggplant can also be staked. Tomato stakes or rebar, a common steel bar used to reinforce concrete, can be placed next to each eggplant. Then secure the plant. If you have a long row of tomatoes, you can set a large post at each end of the row and again about every 20 feet within it. Attach a wire across the top of the posts and about four inches above the ground. Use twine to tie each plant to the wires for support. Be careful not to cut into plants as you tie them with twine. But keep the twine tight enough to support the plants. Don’t forget to scout for insects and disease problems, too. Keep your weeds in check and water as needed. A gardener’s work is never quite done. But doing chores when needed will help you relax and enjoy the lazy, hazy days of summer a little more.
If you’re a credit union, then you’re a cooperative. If you’re a cooperative, then you’re owned by the members who use (or work for) the business. If you’re member-owned, then you are beholden to your members’ best interests. If you’re beholden to your members’ interests, you must return value to your members and their community as a whole. When you look at the value you return to your members and the impact you have on the community where they live, can your credit union say it is giving a solid return on the community’s investment? Or in other words, if you’re asking people in the community to choose you for their financial services needs over anyone else in the area, are you putting enough significant value back into the community to justify their decision to do business with you? Credit unions need to be thinking in terms not only of the ROI they gain from a business bottom-line perspective but also the other side of that equation—the community’s return on investment in your credit union.I get it, you may be thinking, we are a business, not a charity…we may be not-for-profit but we’re not non-profit and if we don’t make money, we won’t be able to stay in business to serve the community at all. I served five years as the president of the board of directors for one of the country’s largest natural food cooperatives and I always had this reality in the back of my mind as we pushed the executive team to stay on target with our financial results and meet projected budgets every month. But I also knew that the only way we could outperform the competition was through serving more people that were not getting their needs met elsewhere, offering more food options and opportunities that didn’t exist elsewhere, and giving more back to the community in ways no one else was. People who cared about any of these things would choose us, and people who didn’t probably wouldn’t choose us anyway.As a credit union, a cooperative, a member-owned and community-focused financial services provider, you, too, have a point of differentiation in serving those who have needs that are not being met elsewhere, offering products and services that don’t exist elsewhere, and affecting a positive economic impact in the community because of your presence in it. Seeking biggest impact for lowest cost and effortHere’s the most amazing part of ensuring your community is getting its return on investment in you—it doesn’t require a huge up-front investment from your credit union. It simply requires knowledge of your community’s specific unmet needs and wiliness and dedication to go into service of that need. At Filene, we are passionate about testing the ideas that emerge from our research which we believe could fill a major unmet community need that credit unions could feasibly and expertly offer as part of a smart business strategy. And we are more than grateful for the bold and wise credit unions that raise their hands to work with us to pilot these ideas with their members. We have quite a few research-backed solutions in testing right now—meaning these credit unions are taking full advantage of brand new ways to give a solid ROI back to their community while being business savvy.More than 40 credit unions across the U.S. and Canada that recognized certain households in their communities were financially fragile (a disproportionate amount of them minority households,) have worked through us to offer five different products developed from our “Reaching Minority Households Incubator” research to meet specific needs of such households. Between these five programs, people who never could before now have opportunities to get personal, home and auto loans; to start businesses; to get out of exploitative debt cycles; to build credit and savings accounts—you know, the things we might all expect from our financial services provider. And in fact, during the 18-month testing period, 18,559 members of communities all over North America received these needed services. You can read much more about the win-win-win results (individual, community and credit union) in the downloadable 112-page report, but this direct quote from a new member of one of these credit unions sums up the night and day impact these offerings had: “Taking out this loan has helped immensely. I would be homeless without it.”And it doesn’t stop there…Depending on what your community needs – and your credit union must be the expert on knowing that – there are a variety of options to test and offer to ensure the community is getting the ROI it deserves from you. There is a product that helps people with assets (and loved ones) to protect, but without a will, to more easily get over that hurdle of creating a will.There is a product that helps graduating high schoolers and their families to more tangibly realize the full impact of college tuition, student loans, interest rates and repayment schedules BEFORE incurring the debt, allowing them to play out different scenarios and land on a more informed decision so there are no unpleasant surprises upon graduation. There is a really cool program that allows credit unions to work with employers to offer affordable, non-exploitative small dollar loans to their employees and similarly, a product to offer small-dollar loan options to members. These are all ways that credit unions with their eyes on the future are ensuring the community sees value in having them stick around in the community, rather than only focusing on shortsighted quarterly returns for the business. Because if you’re not going to offer a return on your community’s investment in you, you might as well step out of the way for Bank of America or Wells Fargo to decide what the community gets in return for their business…which is a scary thought for all of us. 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Holly Fearing Holly lives and breathes social media; if you can’t find her IRL, try reaching out on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook or Instagram, and you’ll likely get her right away. … Web: www.filene.org Details
Defense Credit Unions have served our military for nearly 100 years. It is a rich history of “serving those who serve our country” as members of our society join the military, undergo intense training for both their job specialties and war, deploy on short-notice orders, potentially get killed or injured during combat, and continuously relocate families all over the globe when they are “home.” It takes a special kind of credit union to serve the military and such service requires demonstrating the “people helping people” motto above and beyond the call of duty. Here are a few ways that a Defense Credit Union’s service is different.First, Defense Credit Unions undertake a variety of roles on the military bases where they operate. The Department of Defense does not have the legal authority, budgetary, or manpower resources to provide financial services to military members. Plus, DoD’s mission is to fight and win our nation’s wars, not serve as financial service providers. Thus, Defense Credit Unions fulfill this role and save taxpayer dollars while preserving critical manpower.Second, Defense Credit Unions provide protection from predatory lenders. If you have ever visited a military installation, you can see all the predatory lenders literally right outside the gate. Plus, DoD does not always police the amount of advertising and sponsorship from these establishments inside the gate. Yet, the consequences of predatory lending schemes detract from the mission, usually at the worst time.As such, Defense Credit Unions are required by DoD Regulation to provide financial readiness education. Fortunately, this type of training is what all credit unions do. However, Defense Credit Union programs are heavily reviewed and must be approved by DoD. This is challenging because DoD is not in the business of regulating financial services and so standards become elusive as personnel changes on the installation.Third, there are two practical reasons why Defense Credit Unions operate on the installation—direct financial support for both the warfighting mission and “in-garrison” operations. During mobilization for war, there is an immediate cash requirement as part of the execution order; usually in $50 to $250K increments. This cash requirement exists since our military typically deploys to remote and austere locations. These places do not accept credit cards much less Apple Pay or Bitcoin. A smartphone/mobile app is useless. Cash is required.Since military units no longer maintain cash in their vaults, Defense Credit Unions are required to keep large amounts of cash on hand which must be “ready to go” on moment’s notice. This cash is used to pay for things such as landing/docking fees, fortifying bare bases, or purchasing supplies on the local economy. Without this cash, the mission will fail as cargo gets impounded or bottled water runs out.In terms of “in-garrison” operations, Defense Credit Unions also manage the government’s daily cash deposits as part of their operating agreement. For instance, defense commissaries, base exchanges, child development centers, dining facilities, and morale, welfare, and recreation centers each collect payments and must deposit receipts at the end of the day. These deposits must be made via an official Treasury General Account (TGA).Since the DoD cannot legally provide financial services, these deposits must be made at an insured financial institution. Thus, DoD requires this service to be provided in its operating agreements. Defense Credit Unions who perform this service do so without charge. Without this agreement, the government would have to procure armored truck services as well as contract with a local financial institution that may or may not understand the installation’s mission. This can be very expensive and requires a separate contracting action.All of the above are basic requirements for Defense Credit Unions in general. However, there is much more required from Defense Credit Unions. This includes operating overseas with “brick and mortar” locations on foreign soil. Imagine the dizzying array of local personnel policies, host nation agreements, and base access/security issues that drive additional compliance requirements in addition to NCUA and state regulatory requirements. This is the purpose of the Defense Credit Union Council which has successfully advocated for each of our members since 1963.Finally, our best example of serving our military is through the Armed Forces Financial Network. In 1985, Defense Credit Unions needed someone to create an ATM/Point of Sale Network since neither of the large ATM/Point of Sale Networks were interested or lacked the capacity to serve our military bases. Military installations are not typically located in large population centers for obvious reasons and extending ATM/Point of Sale service in overseas locations remains extremely challenging. Thus, the Armed Forces Financial Network was created to answer the call on moving military pay to an EFT environment. This was (and remains) a very successful effort.Plus, the Armed Forces Financial Network gives a significant portion of its revenue back to the military community. This is “win-win-win” for the DoD, our military members, and all Defense Credit Unions. If you have a credit union member stationed overseas, I encourage you to consider joining the Armed Forces Financial Network to better serve your members stationed overseas or in different states across the continent.In fact, I believe there is at least one military-connected member in virtually every credit union in the United States. As such, laws like the Military Lending Act and the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act apply to every credit union. The Defense Credit Union Council can help advocate your concerns with the Department of Defense directly and will work with each of the credit union trade associations on policy and legislative proposals that affect your credit union.Our main concern is always the servicemember and their unique needs and stresses. The opening paragraph of this article highlighted a few of these stressors. Please give us a call when one of your members is in need, even when the issue is not financially related. We also welcome you to attend our Defense Matters Forum at the GAC and see how we can help. Col. Jason Woodworth, commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, commends the employees of the station’s Navy Federal Credit Union for winning the 2015 Distinguished Large Credit Union Award aboard MCAS Miramar, Calif., Sept. 13. The award appropriately reflects the endless hours of service the employees have spent providing excellent service to those in uniform, civilians and their families. Employees and guests attended a small gathering with food and beverages to celebrate receiving the award. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Robinson/Released) 40SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Anthony Hernandez Anthony Hernandez is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Defense Credit Union Council (DCUC). He joined DCUC as its Chief Operating Officer in August 2016 and was selected … Web: www.dcuc.org Details
ENDICOTT (WBNG) – St. Anthony’s of Padua concluded their 2020 Feast Days with a drive-through on Sunday. “Everything just turned out fantastic. I couldn’t have asked for anything more,” Diles said. “Had we known we were going to do this well, we would have planned for more I supposed just like anyone would.” Drive-through coordinator Nick Diles said the celebration was a success. The church made around 400 meals, and for the second time in two weeks, it was a complete sell-out. With Feast Days canceled, the church still wanted to find a way to celebrate. Two weeks ago was a pasta dish, and today was the chicken barbecue. The church is now in the process of planning events for the fall.
Comment Granit Xhaka’s wife goes ‘private’ on Instagram after receiving abuse from Arsenal fans Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 29 Oct 2019 9:59 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.2kShares Granit Xhaka has reportedly refused to apologise for the incident (Picture: Getty)Granit Xhaka’s wife has been forced to change her privacy settings on Instagram after recieving abuse from Arsenal fans on social media.The Swiss international told supporters to ‘f**k off’ after being booed as he left the field on the hour-mark against Crystal Palace on Sunday at the Emirates.The midfielder could now be stripped of the captaincy after reportedly refusing to issue an apology to supporters.His silence has only served to exacerbate the anger among supporters and their anger has spilled over to social media.ADVERTISEMENTXhaka being subbed off pic.twitter.com/VIQsnhFBoC— Matt (@MGH) October 27, 2019Xhaka’s wife, Leonita Lekaj, has experienced some of the wrath and decided to make her profile private due to the level of abuse.AdvertisementAdvertisementLekaj has a substantial 202,000 followers and previously had a ‘public’ account before the abuse started. Leonita has 202k followers (Picture: Instagram)Emery is expected to address the situation in a press conference today ahead of Arsenal’s Carabao Cup clash against Liverpool at Anfield.The Spaniard suggested Xhaka could be stripped of the captaincy after the game on Sunday and the club have remained tight-lipped over the situation by refusing to issue an official response. Advertisement Granit Xhaka and his wife Leonita Lekaj (Picture: Getty)MORE: ‘Ronnie O’Sullivan win might be beginning of my career,’ says Dominic Dale before losing next match Advertisement
Read More Comment However, he thinks Rodgers would be an ideal candidate for the Arsenal and Chelsea jobs, should they become available in the near future.‘Liverpool is out of the question and Manchester United is too because he was Liverpool manager,’ Carragher said.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘You look at Arsenal and Chelsea in a few years’ time, whether Frank stays there or not.‘Rodgers has a link to Chelsea, being in the youth set-up and the reserves. They’re the two jobs you’d look at, maybe international wise as well.’Leicester travel to London on Sunday to take on Crystal Palace before hosting fifth-placed Arsenal a week later.Who would be the best fit for Brendan Rodgers?Manchester United0%Chelsea0%Arsenal0%Liverpool0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultsMORE: Charlie Nicholas reacts to Granit Xhaka statement and sends warning to Arsenal captainMORE: Paul Ince explains why Manchester United should sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic instead of Mario Mandzukic Read More Metro Sport ReporterThursday 31 Oct 2019 11:35 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link90Shares Top articles Jamie Carragher tells Brendan Rodgers why he won’t manage Manchester United 1/1 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Jamie Carragher has been impressed with Rodgers (Picture: AMA/Getty Images)Although Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been under pressure at Manchester United, Carragher believes Rodgers’ ties with Liverpool would see him ruled out of that role, while a return to Anfield is also ‘out of the question’.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED Read More Full Screen PLAY / About Connatix V67539 Skip Coming Next Advertisement Brendan Rodgers is impressing at Leicester (Picture: Getty Images)Jamie Carragher believes Brendan Rodgers is ready to return to one of the biggest clubs in the country, but thinks Arsenal and Chelsea are his most likely destinations.Rodgers has done a fantastic job since taking over at Leicester and his side sit third behind Liverpool and Manchester City in the Premier League.While he will hope to guide his current side to the Champions League next season, opportunities are expected to present themselves to the former Liverpool and Celtic manager if he continues to shine at the King Power Stadium. Read More 1 min. story by Metro Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Read More Skip Ad struggling Manchester United captain Harry… Video Settings Advertisement