People with disabilities demand access to information, basic rights during pandemic

first_imgKurniawan accompanied Widi to the teller and stayed with her until she had finished taking her money, making sure she could communicate properly with the teller using handwritten notes.Widi shared her story on her twitter account @MustikaUngu expressing gratitude to Kurniawan for being so helpful. Her post went viral, with other deaf people sharing accounts of their experiences accessing public services during the “new normal”. “I have used notes like that before, but not everyone is willing to help me,” Widi said.People with disabilities have long fought a battle to demand their basic rights. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, people with disabilities were marginalized and not provided equal access to public services and information. And now, as the nation forges the COVID-19 “new normal”, they face even greater challenges to live ordinary lives and access public services.In March, a group of deaf people sent an open letter to President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo, calling on him to uphold the rights of people with hearing impairments to have access to all COVID-19 information.Bagja Prawira, one of the activists who wrote the letter, said that with little to no access to information, many deaf people he knew had continued to live their lives as normal, without fully understanding the dangers of the pandemic.“We are facing a disaster and we have the right to access all information about it,” Bagja told the Post on Tuesday via a video call with the help of an interpreter.He called on the government to follow Law No.8/2016 on people with disabilities, which requires authorities to provide access to public services, information and protection during disasters.Deaf people, Bagja said, communicated by writing, reading people’s lips and using sign language. While transparent masks could help some read lips, not all deaf people had this ability, Bagja said.As such, sign language is a vital communication tool. However, not all television stations provide sign language interpreters to help those who cannot hear. Bagja said the deaf community lacked access to information because of persistent stigma and a lack awareness about the importance of sign language.“There are only 50 professional sign language interpreters in Indonesia,” he said.Widi Utami, 28, who has a hearing impairment, handed this handwritten note to a security guard when she arrived at a bank in Semarang, Central Java, on June 4. While she can usually read lips, with all the security guards and tellers covering their mouth with masks, she relies on notes. (Widi Utami/Widi Utami)According to 2019 National Social and Economic Survey (Susenas) data, there are 25.6 million people with disabilities in Indonesia, equal to almost 10 percent of the population.A recent survey from the Indonesia Disability Network (JDI) showed that only around 60 percent of people with disabilities had adequate access to information about COVID-19 and how to avoid infection.The online survey was conducted from April 10 to 24 by JDI and involved 1,683 respondents with disabilities from 32 provinces. According to the survey, 86 percent of respondents who work in the informal sector had seen their incomes drop 50 to 80 percent because of the economic impacts of the outbreak.“Social safety net programs have reached less than 15 percent of the respondents,” Juni Yulianto, a researcher at JDI, said on Thursday during an online webinar on the challenges faced by people with disabilities during the outbreak.The COVID-19 outbreak has also affected people with disabilities who require medical treatment, as they have avoided going to hospital over fears of exposure to the virus.“Some have discontinued their treatment. People with cerebral palsy, for example, require routine physical therapy. If it is postponed for a month, it will significantly impact their condition. They might require home visits for the therapy sessions,” Juni added.The National Development Planning Agency’s (Bappenas) director for poverty reduction and social welfare, Maliki, who also gave a presentation during the webinar, said people with disabilities were the most vulnerable group during the transition to new normal.Maliki said citizenship status was vital for people with disabilities to gain access to their rights, but the reality was that 116,000 children with disabilities do not have birth certificates.“The pandemic will increase the number of poor and vulnerable people, and people with disabilities are especially at risk,” Maliki added.Maliki said Bappenas was currently working to reregister people with disabilities with the help of the Social Ministry and local governments.“That way we can get their names and addresses. We will provide social aid until December. Communities and organizations can help us by notifying us of people with disabilities in their community who need social assistance,” he said.Juni of JDI said that COVID-19 had showed how the government lacked sufficient data to assist the most vulnerable groups during disaster.“This is our time to fix that,” he said.Topics : “That was my first time going to a public place since the pandemic began,” Widi told The Jakarta Post on Monday via text message, “since the government introduced the policy for everyone to wear mask, I feel so hopeless and anxious going out in public. Whenever I see a group of people wearing masks, I feel scared because I know I can’t communicate with them.”Widi, who runs an online grocery shopping business from home, said she used to find it easy to go out, but that now she was afraid to go anywhere.center_img “Sir/Ma’am, I’m deaf. I cannot read your lips because you’re wearing a mask. I’m here to withdraw my money. Please write down what I need to do. Thank you.”Widi Utami, 28, handed this handwritten note to a security guard when she arrived at a bank in Semarang, Central Java, on June 4. While she can usually read lips, with all the security guards and tellers covering their mouth with masks, she relies on notes.The security guard, Kurniawan, promptly nodded and wrote below the note, “How much do you want to withdraw?”last_img read more

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First Subsea Guards WindFloat Atlantic Export Cables

first_imgFirst Subsea has delivered beach landing cable protection system for the WindFloat Atlantic project.The Lancaster-based firm delivered CPS for the export cables on the 25MW project located 20 kilometres off the coast of Viana do Castelo in Portugal for Portuguese transmission system operator REN.Hengtong Group was contracted through its Submarine Business Units to deliver the export cable for the beach export system which was installed by DeepOcean at the end of June 2019.The cable protection system is designed to suit the export cable and consisted of clamps, bellmouth and cable protection.“With the close cooperation and support of our client DeepOcean, we successfully delivered another project together,” said Ross Carrington First Subsea project manager.Sales and business development director, Greg Campbell-Smith, said: “We are pleased to be part of two different scopes on this project, having supplied the platform mooring connectors to the Windplus floating platforms supplied by Principle Power .”last_img read more

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Fugro wraps up autonomous geophysical survey in Middle East

first_img“Witnessing this ambitious concept transformed into reality is a landmark moment in the Middle East that has resulted in the successful delivery of a critical seabed characterisation report based solely on our autonomously acquired Geo-data,” said Gerard Ferreira, Fugro’s service line director for Marine Geophysics in the Middle East. Fugro has completed first fully autonomous geophysical shallow-water route survey in the Middle East. The results of the fully autonomous geophysical shallow-water route survey comprised conductivity, temperature, depth and salinity (CTDS) profiles, bathymetry data, seabed imaging, sub-bottom profiles, and ferrous object detection such as pipes etc. center_img Controlled from Fugro’s remote operations centre in Abu Dhabi, an uncrewed surface vessel (USV) captured a full range of geophysical data across a survey area some 40 km out from the coast of Abu Dhabi.last_img read more

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Top ten must-eat foods for a healthy diet

first_img Tweet Share Sharing is caring! Share Sharecenter_img HealthLifestyle Top ten must-eat foods for a healthy diet by: – September 17, 2012 40 Views   no discussions Ten foods to boost your healthMany people believe that the crux of a healthy diet is the exclusion of unhealthy foods. However, a good diet should also incorporate an increased intake of nutritious, health-boosting foods. Here are 10 of the best foods for healthy eaters to stock up on.NutsAlthough nuts are high in calories and so should be eaten in moderation, the calories in nuts come mainly from their high levels of monounsaturated fats, which are extremely good for health. Eating foods rich in these fats can help reduce bad cholesterol and lower your risk of heart disease and stroke. As well as their heart benefits, nuts are also a great source of protein and are packed with fiber, antioxidants, fatty acids and vitamins and minerals. It is worth noting that peanuts are actually legumes and have different nutritional properties from tree nuts, but there are many other good options to pick from including Brazil nuts, cashews, walnuts, pecans and pistachios.Oily fishOily fish – such as salmon, mackerel, sardines and trout – are renowned for their health benefits when eaten in moderation (between two and four portions a week). Not only are they a great source of vitamins and minerals – including immune-boosting vitamins A and D – but they are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. These super healthy unsaturated fatty acids have many health benefits, having been linked to a lowered risk of heart disease, brain damage, stroke, dementia and prostate cancer. Research findings published in the British Journal of Ophthalmology also suggest that omega-3 fatty acids can benefit eye health by halting the progress of age-related macular degeneration.BeetrootBeetroot is one of the latest vegetables to be hailed as a ‘superfood’, and looking at its reported health benefits it is easy to see why. Various studies have suggested that drinking beetroot juice can improve stamina when exercising, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, improve heart health and liver function, reduce risk of dementia, and fight against cancer. The versatile vegetable is also a good source of many vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, which is important for tissue growth and repair, and folate, which helps to reduce the risk of birth defects in unborn babies, as well as helping to prevent anemia.OnionsThe onion family (part of the genus Allium) contains many foods that may do wonders for our health including onion, garlic, leeks and chives. Studies have suggested that both onions and garlic can help lower cholesterol, while findings published in the Journal of Nutrition showed that onions could help lower blood pressure. Onions and garlic also have antiviral and antibacterial properties, so can help to fight against bacteria and illness in the body, while a study by researchers at the King’s College London and the University of East Anglia found that eating foods from the onion family could help prevent hip osteoarthritis.Dark, leafy greensDark, leafy greens such as spinach, watercress and kale are automatically associated with healthy eating for many due to the “eat your greens mantra” that has been drummed into our heads over the years. However, this faith in the health properties of green veg is well-founded, as these vegetables are bursting with nutrients including iron, calcium, potassium and vitamin C, and packed with health-boosting phytonutrients. Some of the reputed health benefits of eating your greens include lowered blood pressure, improved eye health and a reduced risk of cognitive decline.QuinoaQuinoa has only recently become widely available and well known in many places, but it has quickly become popular with healthy eaters due to its great body benefits. Mostly treated as a grain (although it is actually a seed), quinoa can be used in the place of pasta, wheat or oats for an extremely nutritious meal. Quinoa, like most grains, is high in fiber, making it great for the digestive system, but perhaps its best attribute is that it is one of the few plant sources of high quality protein, containing all eight essential amino acids. On top of this, quinoa is a great source of nutrients including magnesium, manganese, iron, calcium, potassium and several B vitamins.BerriesAcai berry, blueberry, goji berry, blackberry… With a new “super berry” hitting the headlines seemingly every week, it can be hard to keep up with which berry you should be buying this week. Luckily, the truth of the matter is you generally can’t go wrong with any commercially available berry. These super healthy fruits are extremely high in antioxidants and have many individual health benefits, including the ability to help prevent dementia (blackcurrants and boysenberries), fight off colon cancer (blueberries), improve vision (bilberries) and ward off urinary tract infections (cranberries).OatsGrains are notoriously good for our health, but the closer they are to their natural state when eaten the better their benefits, meaning that whole oats are a particularly good choice of grain. Oats not only contain many minerals – including zinc, iron and calcium – but they are a good source of B vitamins, which are great for the nervous system. This popular breakfast ingredient has countless other health benefits; helping to reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes, lower cholesterol, reduce blood pressure and benefit the digestive system. Oats are also a great source of slow release energy, meaning that they will keep you feeling full and active for longer.BeansFrom the macrobiotic to the student, many diets rely on the humble bean in its dry, tinned or baked form – and this could be great news for our health. Studies have found that beans are not only excellent weight-loss and energy foods, but they are a great source of antioxidants, protein and nutrients (such as iron, manganese and B vitamins). Beans are also an excellent source of soluble fiber, which can help to reduce cholesterol, stabilize blood sugar and improve the digestive system, while a study by scientists at the University College of London showed that beans can also help prevent cancer.TomatoesWith many people turning to expensive “superfoods” to safeguard their health, basic salad ingredients such as the tomato are often overlooked for their health-giving properties. However, a 2008 publication of collated research findings – The Red Bodyguard by Ron Levin and Gerald Cheshire – demonstrated the health properties of this common fruit. Some benefits attributed to eating the tomato included a strengthened immune system, better heart health, the neutralising of free radicals and safeguarding of disease (including cancer) and the prevention of blood clots.Reall Buzzlast_img read more

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Dominica modernizes environmental laws

first_imgDr Kenneth Darroux. Dominica is in the process of modernizing its environmental laws. Minister for the environment Dr. Kenneth Darroux says a number legal personnel’s have been hired to review the over one hundred existing laws and to make the necessary adjustments. “At the ministerial level, one of the things we have done is that harmonize and modernize our environmental legislation. What we notice is that legislations dealing with environmental issues are scattered throughout a number of government departments and there was this areas where we were not sure who the jurisdictions belong to”.He said government has complied with all environmental laws some of which dates back to 100 years.“We have hired a few legal personnel’s to look at the legislation and make the changes where necessary. That would have to go through the legal process and eventually through parliament,” he added.He says government could soon convert the environmental coordinating unit as a full fledge government department with the mandate to enforce the environmental laws in the country. Dominica Vibes News Share Sharing is caring! Tweet 21 Views   no discussionscenter_img LocalNews Dominica modernizes environmental laws by: – November 7, 2011 Share Sharelast_img read more

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Batesville Bats 10U Wins SISA Father’s Day Summer Blaze Tournament

first_imgThe Batesville Bats 10U traveled to the Greensburg City Park and won the Southern Indiana Sports Association Father’s Day Summer Blaze tournament this past Saturday over the Louisville Vipers 10-2 in the championship contest.The Vipers struck first in the top of the first inning when the lead-off hitter reached base on a wild pitch dropped 3rd strike.  After the lead-off hitter stole second and advance to 3rd on a throwing error, the 3 hitter reached on a base on balls.  The Vipers immediately got the 3 hitter to 2nd on a stolen base.  The first run crossed the plate on a ground ball put out to the 2nd baseman Caleb Mohr.  A throwing error trying to get the runner at 3rd base allowed the Vipers to score there 2nd and what would be their last runs of the game.The Bats came to plate motivated in the bottom of the 1st.  Evan Johnson led the inning off with a hard base hit up the middle.  Johnson stole second and scored on Brayden Maples base hit to center.  Dane Dudley followed up with a first pitch line drive to left field.  Both Maple and Dudley stole their respective bases on the next pitch with no one out.  Noah Weigel drove in both runners with a solid hit to left field to give the Bats the lead and provide what would be the game winning RBI.  Weigel stole second and scored on Caleb Mohr’s in-field pop up that found its way to the ground.  Mohr was able to get to 3rd on a passed ball by the Vipers catcher and score on Ethan Lacey’s ground ball to the first baseman unassisted.  Cayden Drake got a two out rally going for the Bats with an infield base hit.  Drake stole second and advanced to 3rd on a wild pitch before scoring on an error by the Viper short stop to make the score 6-2 heading to the second frame.The Bats added one in the 3rd inning when Dudley led off the inning with a sharp hit to left center, stole second base, tagged up on a fly out to right field and scored on a wild pitch to make the score 7-2, where it would remain until the bottom of the 5th.Johnson led the home half of the 5th off with a double to right center.  He stole third base and scored on a wild pitch.  Maple followed him around by reaching on a base on balls, stole second and third and scored on a wild pitch.  Mohr was able to put a wrap on the championship for the squad by reaching on a base on balls, stealing 2nd base, as well as 3rd and then safely slid home on a wild pitch making the game ending play due to run rule after 5 innings of play.Drake got the start on the mound and went 2 innings, allowing two runs, one earned, walking one and striking out three.  Weigel, Johnson and Dudley each followed up in relief to secure the win.The Bats were able to earn the number one seed earlier in the one day tournament, in scorching conditions, by convincingly defeating the Vipers 19-1 and the Indiana Curve out of Greensburg, 20-2.  Maple earned the pitching victory in game one by going two innings, allowing o runs, o hits, o walks and striking out 4.  Rylan Yeager and Preston Blessing preserved the game pitching one inning each.In the 20-2 defeat of the Indiana Curve, Landon Raver got the nod going two innings giving up o runs, 1 hit and striking out 1.  Mohr came on in relief to close out the contest and send the team to the championship contest in the evening.For the tournament the team was led in hitting by Noah Weigel who hit .750, Evan Johnson .714, and Dane Dudley .667.  Dudley was impressive with 8 RBI’s and Ethan Lacey tallied 7.The Bats will next be in action Friday, June 22nd when the travel to Mooresville to compete in the USSSA Indiana State AAA tournament when they take on the Plainfield Havoc in the first game of pool play.  On Saturday the squad returns for the 2nd game of pool play when they take on the Mad Dog Black team from Terre Haute.  Bracket play will then be based on seeding from the pool play competition leading up the Indiana State Champion being known early Sunday evening.Good luck to the Bats!Courtesy of Bats Coach Paul Drake.last_img read more

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Seidler, Reed race to Dacotah Speedway checkers

first_imgA caution with eight laps to go erased Seidler’s lead and on the restart, Wolla passed Peterson for second. Wolla, going for more, dove low under Seidler but slipped up the track and into the leader.  It was a three-car battle until Wolla shuffled into third postion, bringing Berry with him. It didn’t take long for Seidler to catch lapped traffic, which allowed Peterson to cut into this large lead.  Andy Reed was the winner in a nailbiter finish for the Mach-1 Sport Compacts. MANDAN, N.D. (April 26) – Opening night checkers flew Friday night at Dacotah Speedway for Marlyn Seidler. center_img Seidler held onto the lead as Wolla cut a tire, ending his night early. Seidler pulled away as Peterson, Berry and Kinzley raced three-wide for second. Seidler dominated to win the feature as Peterson held off Berry and Kinzley for second. Travis Peery rounded out the top five.  Seidler and Tyler Peterson had led the IMCA Modified field to green, then pulled away as Quentin Kinzley and Jason Wolla raced for third while Tom Berry lurked in fifth. last_img read more

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Pulis: Baggies lucky to have Foster

first_img Press Association The Baggies ace has kept 10 clean sheets this season – with Southampton and England rival Forster two ahead on 12 in the race for the golden glove. The pair are battling for the national number two spot behind Joe Hart and meet when Saints visit The Hawthorns on Saturday. Tony Pulis has hailed West Brom’s Ben Foster as one of the top flight’s best goalkeepers as he prepares for his showdown with Fraser Forster. Boss Pulis managed Foster at Stoke, although he never made a first-team appearance, and believes the 31-year-old is up there with the best. “Ben always had the potential and the talent to be a top goalkeeper,” said Pulis. “He’s had a smashing career, we are very fortunate to have a goalkeeper of his quality here. “He’s done exceptionally well for himself and this club and long may that continue. “People will talk about Ben and the clean sheets but it is not just him, it is the back four and the others in front of him. “They have all worked tremendously hard to make us solid when we haven’t got the ball. “The last couple of games at home we have looked a threat going forward too and if we do that again this weekend we will give Southampton a game.” Albion are sweating on the fitness of top scorer Saido Berahino after he was tackled by Lee Cattermole in the 0-0 draw at Sunderland last weekend. The 16-goal striker will be assessed while James Morrison (hamstring) is also a doub, although Victor Anichebe could return after a groin problem and make the bench. “Berahino got a kick which he’s struggling with – he got ‘Cattermoled’ in the first half,” Pulis said. “We are hoping Victor might be able to train Thursday or Friday. “We only have three forwards in the club so it is important they are all fit. “Victor gives us that bit more and can be a foil for either of the other two (Berahino and Brown Ideye). “There will come a time when one of them needs a rest. Fingers crossed they will get us the goals we need to stay up.” Ronald Koeman believes the way Southampton perform in the next two matches against sides fighting for their Premier League status could be crucial in determining how high Saints finish this season. Southampton go to West Brom bidding to bounce back from the 2-0 home loss to Liverpool which dented their Champions League dream. The Baggies and next Tuesday’s opponents Crystal Palace are five points clear of the relegation zone entering this weekend’s fixtures. And while their ambitions are at different ends of the standings, Koeman knows his fifth-placed side must show their ability and be more efficient against West Brom and Palace. “We will play a lot for our chances for a high position in the table in the next two games. We have to realise that,” he said. “We have to be prepared for that. I think we’re doing well, if you go back to the game against Liverpool, we played well. “We deserved much more than we got. Now it’s about being more effective. “That’s maybe the question at the moment. We’re not effective enough to score and to win games. (But) total feel of the team I am happy.” Pulis has provided added steel to West Brom since being installed as manager, and Koeman is wary. The Dutchman said: “I have watched two games of theirs the last few weeks. “It’s normal that, as a manager, coming into a new team, you try to sort out the defensive organisation. They have. “It’s not easy to score against them. All the results are very close, not a lot of goals in their games. “Always the opponent has more ball possession, but it’s not always about having ball possession. It’s about what you make of that. “They’re very strong in set-pieces, because they have as a team, the highest score of scoring at set-pieces. “They fight for every point and they play out of the qualities that they have. That’s the best you can do as a manager.” Sadio Mane could start after being punished for his poor timekeeping. The Senegal winger was late ahead of the Liverpool clash and was a substitute. Toby Alderweireld (hamstring) is nearing a return and could come back into contention for the Palace game, but Jay Rodriguez (knee) and Emmanuel Mayuka (groin) remain out. last_img read more

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Harrington ends barren run

first_imgPadraig Harrington won his first PGA Tour event since the 2008 US PGA Championship with a play-off victory over Daniel Berger at the Honda Classic. Press Association The victory, which also hands Harrington a place at the Masters next month and sees his world ranking jump from 297 to 82, is his first on a major worldwide tour since his triumph at Oakland Hills with his past two wins coming on the Asian Tour. Harrington famously changed his swing shortly after winning three majors in 13 months but the two-time Open champion believes his recent problems have been mental. “Hopefully this isn’t an isolated win,” he told Sky Sports 4. “I really do believe in myself. I think I’ve found that mental edge that I’ve been lacking the last number of years. “Hopefully I’ll be able to stick with that going forward and be consistently contending because I know if I am contending I can win.” He added: “When I get in contention I can hit the shots. The problem has been actually when I’m starting the week, middle of the road shots, easy shots, I’m just not hitting them. “When I’ve got tough shots I can hit them.” Ian Poulter finished with a disappointing 74 while Patrick Reed carded a 73 to fall out of contention as the field finished their final rounds on Monday following lengthy rain delays over the weekend. Harrington had looked to be out of the equation after a bogey on four and double on six saw him reach the turn in 38 but a run of four birdies from the 11th coupled with a collapse from Poulter gave him a share of the lead with Reed. Reed found the water at 15 for a double bogey and another dropped shot at 16 meant Harrington stood on the 17th tee with a one-shot lead over Berger. But he then found the water and double-bogeyed to hand Berger the lead before a clutch putt on 18 earned him a birdie and a place in the play-off. Birdies on 17 and 18 had given Berger the clubhouse lead at six under after a 64 but it looked unlikely that would be enough to finish top of the leaderboard when he walked off the course. Berger had also picked up shots on one, three, four, nine and 11 with his only bogey coming when he found the water on six. Poulter’s problems began on the fifth when a wayward tee-shot saw him record a double bogey and another errant drive saw him find the water and bogey the sixth. Back-to-back birdies on seven and eight saw him steady the ship but he was in the water again on 11 as he recorded a double bogey and his chances of victory evaporated as he was in the water twice more on 14 to record a triple. Birdies on 17 and 18 meant he finished only one shot back of the leaders but the Englishman was left to rue a missed chance of a first strokeplay win on the PGA Tour. Paul Casey and Russell Knox also finished on five under after closing 68s with Jamie Donaldson a shot further back. Jeff Overton, Jim Herman and Luke Donald finished alongside Reed on three under. The Irishman needed a birdie on the last to secure his place in the play-off with a 70 after a double bogey on 17 had given Berger the outright lead. And after both men claimed routine pars on 18 in the play-off, Harrington hit his tee shot close and two-putted on 17 while Berger found the water off the tee and recorded a double-bogey five. last_img read more

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Noel King calls on Republic to hit back after back-to-back defeats

first_img The Irish host the Norwegians in Waterford on Tuesday after successive European Under-21s Championship qualifying defeats to Italy and Lithuania which have taken the gloss off a promising start to the campaign. They suffered a disappointing 3-1 loss to Lithuania in Vilnius on Friday, following a 1-0 loss in Vicenza last month, as Italy and Serbia moved a point clear at the top of Group Two after their 1-1 draw. Press Association “Unfortunately the result in Lithuania last Friday was not as we were expecting and we also picked up a couple of injuries but this happens to every football team and it’s up to the players to respond,” King said. “There is a long way to go in the qualification process and we are pleased that our form at the RSC has been good so far. “This fixture is an excellent opportunity for us to look at some of the players and it gives them a chance to stake a claim for inclusion in the squad when we resume the competitive games.” Liverpool’s Dan Cleary and Birmingham’s Noe Baba have been called up to boost the defence, while Manchester City’s Ian Lawlor and Everton’s Sam Byrne have also been recalled. “We have brought in some players who have impressed in the SSE Airtricity League this year while also bringing in some of the players from the 1996 age-group and they all have an opportunity to make a mark and represent their country,” added King. center_img Republic of Ireland Under-21s head coach Noel King has called on his side to bounce back against Norway. last_img read more

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