first_imgThe Roma forward says he will watch the Manchester Derby this Sunday and will be rooting for his former teammatesBosnian attacker Edin Dzeko played for Manchester City from 2011 to 2015 in the English Premier League.He was loaned to Italian Lega Serie A club Roma in 2015 and was sold to the Italians in 2016.And even after being years apart from the Citizens, he remembers them fondly.“For the fans, beating QPR to win the title is probably the best game ever, but beating United 6-1 is probably the best we ever played and wouldn’t be far behind,” recalled Dzeko according to the team’s official website.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“It’s one of the best performances in City’s history and I’m just glad I was part of it all.”“To get two in the space of a few minutes was special – the first was with my knee, but the second was thanks to a pass from another world from the Magician, David Silva,” he added.“Sometimes I watch the game again to relive it and it always brings a huge smile to my face.”“City will start as favorites, but derby games are strange and don’t always go to form,” he commented.“I’m not there anymore, but City is still my club.”last_img

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first_imgThe Music Circle is organizing a charity jumble sale in association with Oxfam on January 26, with celebrity donations from Paloma Faith, Tinie Tempah, Dermot O’Leary, Fearne Cotton, Marilyn Manson, Charlotte Church and many more.The sale is in aid of abused women in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in tandem with Oxfam’s Get Together for International Women’s Day on 8 March 2013, and will be held at east London’s Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club.There’ll be a pop-up retro hair salon from Lipstick & Curls to give you instant Victory rolls, a stylists’ corner and photobooth featuring some surprises familiar faces, hyper ping-pong action from the mighty Pongathon crew, food from Gizzi Erskine, tea and cakes from Joe’s Tea Co and Drink, Shop & Do and DJs including Gizzi, Jen Long (Radio 1), My Ex Boyfriend’s Records and more all day long.Stalls are coming from the likes of presenter Gemma Cairney, designer Fred Butler, actress Vicki McClure, T4’s Georgie Okell, Smashbox with 6Music’s Lauren Laverne, presenter and journalist Kim Taylor Bennett, Run Riot’s Katie Antoniou (with stationery for New Year’s Resolutions), Krissi Murison (The Sunday Times), Emmy the Great and Elizabeth Sankey (Summer Camp) and many more.Rumble in the Jumble #2 is the follow-up to Radio 1’s Gemma Cairney and TV presenter Dawn Porter’s hugely successful event last year for Get Together, which raised an enormous £7k for Oxfam.The Music Circle has been busy blagging choice jumble from the music world and there’ll be plenty of clothes, accessories and bric-a-brac to snap up on the day, including donations from Schuh, ASOS, Pretty Polly and Marshall Amps. There’s room for the boys too, with donations from Tinie Tempah, The Vaccines, Wretch 32, Toddla T, Foals, Miles Kane, Russell Tovey, Benga and even Marilyn Manson, including a record stall assembled from DJs and bands’ personal collections.Bands, labels, DJs and magazines who have contributed to the record stall so far include Andrew Weatherall, Erol Alkan, Underworld, Chemical Brothers, Mary Anne Hobbs, 23 Skidoo, James Ford, Benji B, Fake Blood, Pure Groove, Friendly Fires, Gaz Mayall, Warp, Ninja Tune, Fabric, Ben Westbeech, 23 Skidoo, Time Out, FACT, Dazed & Confused, NME, Guardian, Q, Tayo, Daniel Avery, Greco-Roman, Slutty Fringe, Soul Jazz, Earnest Endeavours and more.All you need to do is turn up on the day with a bag of decent jumble to donate, pay £3 to get in, and get stuck into the rest!The Music Circle is a subsidiary of Annie Lennox’s The Circle. Set up in 2008 by Annie Lennox and Oxfam, The Circle is a partnership of influential women who work with Oxfam, bringing ideas, skills and resources to the table to help Oxfam fight poverty and inequality. To date, The Circle has raised almost a million pounds for Oxfam to date.To find out more, visit the event’s Facebook page.Source:Facebooklast_img

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first_imgXu says she got inspired and involved in Math competitions thanks to fellow former student Alyssa Yu.” I have always been searching for the high standard Maths contests such as the Euclid to challenge myself. Fortunately, I met a fellow student Alyssa Yu who graduated one year ago and was also interested in competing. She had been taking the Maths contests initiated by the University of Waterloo since Junior high and she inspired me to have a try in the Euclid contest.”According to Xu, in her first Euclid Contest in Grade 11, she ended up with a score of 79 out of 100, ranking 509th place nationwide.Then this year, in Grade 12, Xu entered in the Euclid Contest again but the result was two points less than what she had achieved in Grade 11.Despite this, Xu managed to rank in the top 25 percent in the Country.Xu says she always finds the results of the Contest cheerful and meaningful, adding that the Contest doesn’t require an abundant knowledge of advanced Mathematics. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – North Peace Secondary School Grade 12 Student, Arya Xu, placed in the top 25 percent across the Country in the Euclid Math Contest.Since Grade 10, Xu has been one of the top Math students in the school and finds the subject not dull but a source of satisfaction as a way to improve her logical thinking.“Since Grade 10 I have been one of the top Math students in the school. By the end of Grade 11 I have finished all Maths courses including Calculus 12. For me, Maths isn’t a dull school subject but a source of satisfaction where I get to debate against myself and improve my logical thinking by solving the delicately structured problems.” “The results of the Euclid contests are always cheerful and meaningful. The Euclid contest doesn’t require an abundant knowledge of advanced Mathematics such as Linear Algebra or Calculus. Instead, it examines one’s ability to think logically and to adapt the unfamiliar concept for practical uses. Compared to the Maths tests in the normal school system, the Euclid contest, as well as other contests organized by the University of Waterloo, is a form of reading comprehension where the contestants need to go through quite an amount of reasoning.”The Euclid Contest is designed to encourage our students to think outside the box and to discover the fun in Mathematics.last_img

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