How many academy graduates every Premier League club named in squads in 2018/19

first_img REPLY Getty Images Tottenham – 8 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this season no dice Man United transfer news live: Haaland ‘wants a change’, two players off in January Tom Davies continues to develop at Goodison Park and could be called upon if they fail to sign Andre Gomes permanently ADVICE Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ The Premier League seems awash with young talent at the moment with clubs around the country favouring starlets over veterans.Leicester City are just one side doing this and with some promising end of season displays you wonder if they can mount a top six challenge, if they hold onto the likes of Ben Chilwell. shining Southampton – 6 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this season Matt Targett was on target against Bournemouth in late April 10 Getty Images 10 Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move 10 gameday cracker Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Sean Longstaff looks like being a fine player for the Magpies Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City Crystal Palace – 4 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonFulham – 4 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonBournemouth – 4 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this season Phil Foden came up trumps when called upon and got a vital game-winning goal against Tottenham late in the season Jesse Lingard will need to produce consistent performances if he is to remain at Old Trafford beyond next season Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ LATEST Chilwell is one of the first names on the Leicester team sheet 10 10 Getty Images 10center_img Getty Images LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES REVEALED Getty Images Jack Simpson was a regular for the Cherries towards the end of the season and did well for Eddie Howe Watford – 0 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonCardiff – 0 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonManchester City – 1 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this season Trent Alexander-Arnold has been superb for the Reds all season long Getty Images Wolves – 3 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonChelsea – 4 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this season Hudson-Odoi was pushing hard for a regular starting role until his campaign was ended by injury 10 huge blow Oliver Skipp ended up being in 21 matchday squad for Spurs this season Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT 10 tense Getty Images Getty Images 10 Getty Images West Ham – 5 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonManchester United – 6 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this season Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Newcastle – 6 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this season More often than not, rather than bloat their side with short-term signings on big wages, clubs like Newcastle United are putting their faith into players such as academy product Sean Longstaff.But which Premier League sides names the most graduates in matchday squads this season?The folks over at did all the maths and worked out which club made the most of their academies last season, and you can find out the results below. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won 10 deals Arsenal – 3 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonLeicester – 3 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonLiverpool – 3 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this season Getty Images Burnley – 1 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonHuddersfield – 1 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonBrighton – 2 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonEverton – 2 academy graduates involved in Premier League squads this seasonlast_img read more

One step closer to digital broadcasting

first_imgThe migration from analogue to digital signal was first agreed to at the International Telecommunication Union, a United Nations agency for telecommunication. Global shift to digital As part of the scheme, the government plans to subsidise 70%, or around R400, of the expected R700 cost of a set-top box. The council comprises Mamokgethi Setati (chairperson), Ruddy Rashama (deputy chairperson), Nomvuyiso Batyi, Dingane Dube, Calvo Mawela, Karen Willenberg, Zubair Munshi, Sabelo Silinga, Richard Paulton, Cawekazi Mahlati, Llewellyn Jones, Julia Hope, Masodi Xaba, Hlukanisa Zitha and Rosey Sekese. In August 2008, then Communications Minister Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri announced that the government would introduce a scheme for ownership support to help households that could not afford to buy set-top boxes. Communications Minister Siphiwe Nyanda this week named the 15 members of the Digital Dzonga Advisory Council, which will advise on and oversee the broadcasting migration process. According to the Department of Communications, the 15 members were drawn from 51 nominations submitted by the public. The council to oversee South Africa’s migration from analogue to digital broadcasting has been appointed. The country’s analogue signal will be switched off on 1 November 2011, after which South Africans will require either digital-compliant TV sets or converters for their existing sets in order to watch television. After 1 November 2011, the analogue signal will be switched off, and viewers will need a set-top box to convert the digital signal for their analogue television sets. However, digital-compliant television sets, which do not require set-top boxes, will also be available by then.center_img The current period of “dual-illumination”, in which television will be broadcast via both analogue and digital signals, runs until 1 November 2011. The members represent a wide variety of backgrounds, ranging from regulatory, signal distribution, legal, broadcasting, labour, consumer groups and the government. Subsidies for poorer households 25 August 2010 The union took a decision that protection for analogue signals would cease in 2015. Member states were given timelines per region to comply with the decision. Africa forms part of region 1, together with Europe and the Middle East. Matsepe-Casaburri said the advantages of digital broadcasting far outweighed the estimated cost of such a subsidy. These include access to more channels, including focused educational channels, and direct access to new services, such as e-government services. SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo materiallast_img read more

Solutions Snapshot: PPS – Product Protection Solutions

first_imgSolution providers offer a wide spectrum of mission-critical products and services designed to help meet the rising demands of the asset protection function and the retail business in general. We use these resources to increase efficiencies, improve performance, enhance productivity, support safety, lower costs, and discourage theft.By the same respect, our vendors can offer much more than simply providing mission-critical products and services. They have become an extension of our team and partners in the success of our department, our program and our company. They work with us to find solutions to both the simple and complex challenges we face on a daily basis. These relationships have become an essential factor in the success of today’s loss prevention programs, and it is more important than ever that we effectively manage all aspects of our vendor relationships—from selecting the right vendor to achieving optimal results that best meet our business objectives.Product Protection Solutions (PPS), a veteran and family-owned solution provider, provides both consultative services and physical loss prevention technologies to support customer needs in the application of AM, RF, and RFID technologies throughout the loss prevention, electronic article surveillance, and supply chain arenas. With more than 60 years of combined EAS, Logistics and Finance experience, PPS is a formidable ally to have. By offering effective solutions that address a wide range of loss prevention measures from multi-purpose to individual custom applications, PPS is focused on enabling retailers to keep more of what matters, creating a better shopping experience for customers, and driving overall profitability through increased sales and reduced loss.- Sponsor – True partnership requires a commitment beyond simply selling products. Ultimately, a true solution provider must evolve throughout the relationship with their clients, striving to better understand an organization’s specific needs, wants, and requirements. By sharing this vision, PPS is poised to better support the culture of the organization, current business needs, and future business trends as the loss prevention landscape changes.With the introduction of the Keepsafe™ series, PPS continues to demonstrate its focus on deploying enhanced security products. The Keepsafe™ series has demonstrated reduced shrinkage against both amateur and professional shoplifters targeting retail spaces by maintaining its security where other standard and super applications have failed. Keepsafe™ products include:Hard Tags and Detachers: The PPS Keepsafe™ Tags provide high-level theft protection for everything from delicate intimates to durable sporting goods. While beneficial for use in any traditional hard tags application, the Keepsafe™ Hard Tags are especially effective where standard or super locks are being defeated or removed, and are available in AM, RF, and RFID technologies. H-Tags are only detachable using the Keepsafe ™ H-Tag Detacher and cannot be removed with traditional standard or super detachers.Beverage Protection: The PPS Keepsafe™ Beverage Protection is the ideal solution for protecting bottled beverages and other similar bottled items. The multi-purpose Protection are available as collar tags, caps and full bottle coverage. The reusable Beverage Protection allow for full product visibility, while providing the highest level of anti-theft protection.Safers: The PPS Keepsafe™ Safers provide high-level theft protection for everything from health and beauty aids to razors and small electronics. The reusable safers house products in a transparent case, allowing retailers to openly showcase products while reducing shrinkage from theft. PPS has also developed a micro-safer series that is ideal for small cosmetics that typically cannot be effectively protected. PPS Keepsafe™ Safers are made with the highest quality of polycarbonate which makes them highly resistant to scratching and discoloration unlike traditional safers, keepers and vaults currently on the market.Alarm Series: The PPS Keepsafe™ Alarm Series is designed to provide additional layers of security for high-shrink, not easily protected products that require more than the traditional application of safers and tags. Each device integrates with existing RF or AM EAS systems and provides 1, 2, or 3-alarm protection. The Alarm Series offers the added benefit of knowing when and where someone is attempting to defeat your security solutions and steal your products.Specialty Tags and Devices: PPS offers a full range of tags and labels in AM, RF, and RFID. PPS also offers an RF Field Tester that can be used to evaluate non-alarming RF deactivator pads and antennas. PPS is focused on providing solutions that specifically address our partners pain points. Whether this requires modification of an existing solution, or development of a new one, PPS is committed to Protecting Products, Preventing Loss, and Securing your Bottom Line.The global reach of the retail world drives us to stay current in all aspects of the business. It takes a diverse and collective effort to accomplish our goals and objectives, expanding our knowledge and our resources when necessary in order to accomplish critical tasks and improve results. We must carry the ability to continually upgrade our knowledge and skill sets, building a professional plan that drives us forward to meet the changing needs of our current position—and the one after that.We encourage you to take the steps to learn more about our solution provider partners and improve your awareness regarding the products and services available to support the loss prevention industry. The time spent reviewing these brief summaries can add new perspective to the products and services that help shape our industry, and long-term value to your career development.For more information on our industry solution providers, visit LP Magazine’s Business Directory. 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