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Boreham Wood - Going All The Way, FM Scout

Boreham Wood - Going All The Way!

Bet he can!

End of season update

Here we come to the end of 2015/2016, and the mighty Boreham Wood are looking to keep impressing in the league and finish the season as champions.

JPT: We got Coventry on the South Final. With a 1-1 away and a 3-2 home brought us to the final against York. The final was tight. We trailed 1-0 but Cesarini managed to get a late goal to send us to extra time. In extra time Cesarini continued impressing with a really good brace and we won eventually 3-1.

npower League 1: We were absolutely amazing throughout the season and ended up as champions with 92 points (again).

After a lot of time in our beloved Meadow Park, It's an end of an era. The new stadium is finished and next season, we will host our games there. The last ever scorer in Meadow Park was Alessandro Cesarini.

Speaking of Cesarini, the next season may be Cesarini's last year with Wood. His contract is running out next season, and to renew it he demands 20k p/w. We are simply can't pay that.

Also, Joshua Morris was named as manager of the year.

We hope to have a very good season in the npower Championship next year.

Of the glory, around the fields of Meadow Park.

All around the fields, of Meadow Park

Where once we watched the great Cessarini play

Of the glory, around the fields of Meadow Park.

All around the fields, of Meadow Park

Where once we watched the great Cessarini play

Of the glory, around the fields of Meadow Park.

All around the fields, of Meadow Park

Where once we watched the great Cessarini play

I know, such a great song

Signings + Start of season

Campeones, Campeones! Ole Ole Ole!!

These are the last words heard in Meadow Park. But now we have a much much tougher challenge called the "npower Championship"!

To stand a chance in obtaining another promotion we signed some new players. As always, for free.

This season, 2016/2017, we will be wearing these kits:

The assistant have managed the friendlies and got some nice results. We have started the season and got some proper results as well.

We already got out of the Capital One Cup after a 4-2 defeat to West Ham, but it's ok. Gives us more time to concentrate on the league.

In the league itself we had 3 wins and 1 defeat in four games. Pretty nice considering how we thrashed Q.P.R. 3-1 away.

As always, read, enjoy, comment and SMILE LIKE YOU MEAN IT

September-October update

We have started the season nice, but need to improve in order to get promoted. These two months we have a lot of strong opponents such as West Ham, Birmingham and Swansea. We will have to be at our best and get as many points as possible.

Fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. 3-2 over Leicester, 2-0 over Reading, 1-0 over Swansea. We really improved as a team and the results are proving it. The final game of the update was against Crystal Palace. They were 1st with 28 points and we were 2nd with 27, but we managed to win 2-0 and take the 1st place.

Also, Alessandro Cesarini have improved dramatically and got to a value of £2.2M. His profile now: (16 Finishing!)

As always, read, enjoy, comment and SMILE LIKE YOU MEAN IT

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My winning bet against electric cars: They - re the wrong way to go green, New York Post

My winning bet against electric cars: They’re the wrong way to go green

January 8, 2016 | 6:30am

In August 2010, I proposed this wager to a fellow journalist: President Obama’s declared goal was to get 1 million plug-in hybrid and all-electric cars on the road in the United States by 2015. I didn’t think that goal was reachable by 2018, even with the huge subsidies that Obama backed — but if I was wrong about that, I’d buy my colleague a new plug-in hybrid Chevy Volt.

Now the 2015 car-sale data are in; time to review the bidding. Americans bought a record 17.5 million passenger vehicles in the United States, of which 116,548 — 0.67 percent — were either plug-in hybrids or all-electrics, according to insideevs.com. That was about 6,500 fewer than in 2014.

Automakers have sold 407,136 electrics since they hit the market in 2010. That is 0.16 percent of the 250 million-plus US passenger vehicle fleet. Assuming all are still on the road, carmakers must sell 300,000 this year and next to reach 1 million, or 0.3 percent of the fleet, by 2018. I like my odds!

The problem for electric-car enthusiasts is not the technology, though the cars still haven’t cured fundamental consumer concerns such as the fear that the battery will run out on a long trip and leave you stranded — “range anxiety.”

Rather, the limiting factor is, was and will be for years the value proposition: Given the cost of advanced batteries, which has not come down as swiftly as electric-car boosters assumed, most cars are still very expensive. Gas savings, however, can’t offset the higher purchase price, even when you factor in the $7,500 federal tax credit electric buyers get.

Unless and until that’s solved, the raison d’etre of electric cars, and of federal policies to favor them — making a significant dent in carbon emissions — will be null and void.

Take the 2016 Chevy Volt, a plug-in hybrid that can go 50 miles or so on battery power before a gas motor kicks in. The Volt’s annual fuel cost (gas and electricity) is $250 less than the yearly gas tab for a comparable Mazda 3, according to the Energy Department.

However, the Volt’s list price (with all the options and after the tax credit) is $3,525 more than a similarly equipped Mazda 3’s. Do the math: The Volt’s gas savings will offset the price differential in 14 years.

Two-dollar-a-gallon gas isn’t doing anything to help the value proposition.

But what about Tesla? Surely chief executive Elon Musk’s high-tech product, priced north of $100,000, will pave the way to all-electric nirvana, even if gas prices are, for now, heading down and interest rates are heading up.

That’s certainly the impression one would get from Musk’s press coverage, the most fawning media treatment of any public figure since Pravda covered Stalin.

Tesla did sell 50,580 vehicles worldwide in 2015, just within the 50,000-to-52,000 range that Musk promised investors. Skeptics note, though, that this is a trivial percentage of the global market, and that Tesla’s achievements generally have taken longer than initially promised.

Tesla owes its survival to subsidies from taxpayers, who are usually less well-heeled than its plutocratic customers; this Silicon Valley start-up has gotten $4.9 billion in state and federal support over the past decade, according to a May 30 Los Angeles Times report.

And they call GM “Government Motors.”

The Times’ figure doesn’t include the huge tax breaks and other incentives for buyers in Norway, whose inhabitants had purchased 8,700 Tesla Model S’s as of October — roughly 10 percent of Model S sales worldwide since its introduction — according to the Norwegian Embassy in Washington.

Given poor sales, electric-car supporters have fallen back to a more defensible line: The knowledge we’re accumulating while taking today’s baby steps will pay off in future technological leaps and bounds, which will finally lead to a mass-market electric vehicle that outcompetes and replaces gas-powered cars.

This is the most respectable case for subsidizing the cars, but, for environmentalists, a strangely patient one: The feds are on course to subsidize production and sales to the tune of $7.5 billion through 2019.

We might’ve gotten more carbon reduction, sooner, by spending that much money on things other than tax breaks for well-to-do Musk groupies. Retrofitting coal plants to burn natural gas comes to mind. Or nuclear power.

Meanwhile, my bet still stands. The other guy hasn’t taken me up on it, so far; maybe that’s because if I win, he has to buy me a BMW. Got my eye on a red one.

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The Wiz: You Can - t Win

The Wiz: You Can't Win

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The Wiz: You Can't Win

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Official THE WIZ LIVE! Thread

Official THE WIZ LIVE! Thread

It’s THE WIZ! Hmmm, okay then.

Donna Freydkin, USA TODAY 4:27 p.m. EDT March 30, 2015

First came “The Sound of Music” and “Peter Pan.”

Next up for NBC: a live musical production of “The Wiz,”

airing on Dec.3, the network announced.

Instead of the vocal stylings of Allison Williams, this

show will be created in partnership with Cirque du Soleil. And it’s executive

produced by Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, the guys who brought us Neil Patrick

Harris’ ill-advised Oscars hosting gig.

“The Wiz” will be then move to the Great White Way—it

will be presented as a Broadway revival for the 2016-17 season. Both the TV

production and the Broadway musical will be done with stage legend Harvey

Fierstein, who will contribute new material.

No cast members have been announced yet.

“The Wiz” is adapted from Frank L. Baum’s “The Wonderful

Ugh. I hate The Wiz. I bet Jennifer Hudson will be cast as she is turning out to be Craig and Neil’s muse performance twice at the Oscars and doing a guest spot for Smash

Instead of the Wizard of Oz? Interesting choice. I have as much interest in this, as I had in the last two (virtually none at all).

J-Hud will be the same age this year as Diana Ross was when “The Wiz” premiered (34). It is written lol.

But since J-Hud’s already committed to “The Color Purple” this fall on Broadway, this casting pretty much can’t happen unless that show is pushed back to Spring 2016.

I’m guessing they’re going to go much younger for the lead role of Dorothy. Keke Palmer comes to mind first. Condola Rashad has an extensive theater background. Or go even younger with someone like Zendaya (sigh).

Current pop stars who could fit the bill? This is too low-rent for Beyonc é or Rihanna. Brandy, perhaps? Janelle Mona é? This actress would need to be available for the Broadway show too, though the television cast doesn’t necessarily have to match with the Broadway cast (and I’m guessing won’t anyways). Hmmm. An unknown might be the way to go for the stage version, but a “name” will have to be picked for the television version.

Other casting suggestions?

I just don’t know anyone that has watched these past two and said “wow that looks like so much fun”. Sound of Music was atrocious and Peter Pan was only bareable because Allison Williams is so talented. I don’t know why they just didn’t go with The Music Man like it was planned. At least that is a well written musical.

Harvey Fierstein confirmed that he has a role in this

Just some ideas for casting:

Dorothy: Amber Riley (For anyone who has no clue who she is, she is an incredible singer and even won DWTS)

Scarecrow: Bruno Mars (Its kinda made for him)

Tinman: Billy Porter (It would be a perfect choice)

Lion: Joshua Henry (Only person that I could think of)

Glinda: Tia Mowry (She gives a whole Glinda happy vibe)

Wicked Witch: Audra McDonald (becuase the witch is my fav chaarcter and she would KILL it).

Just some ideas for casting:

Dorothy: Amber Riley (For anyone who has no clue who she is, she is an incredible singer and even won DWTS)

Scarecrow: Bruno Mars (Its kinda made for him)

Tinman: Billy Porter (It would be a perfect choice)

Lion: Joshua Henry (Only person that I could think of)

Glinda: Tia Mowry (She gives a whole Glinda happy vibe)

Wicked Witch: Audra McDonald (becuase the witch is my fav chaarcter and she would KILL it).

Except that she is a horrendous actress and doesn’t have the star power of Underwood to overlook that

[quote=”vinman422″]Just some ideas for casting:

Dorothy: Amber Riley (For anyone who has no clue who she is, she is an incredible singer and even won DWTS)

Scarecrow: Bruno Mars (Its kinda made for him)

Tinman: Billy Porter (It would be a perfect choice)

Lion: Joshua Henry (Only person that I could think of)

Glinda: Tia Mowry (She gives a whole Glinda happy vibe)

Wicked Witch: Audra McDonald (becuase the witch is my fav chaarcter and she would KILL it).

Except that she is a horrendous actress and doesn’t have the star power of Underwood to overlook that [/quote]

I think she was really good on Glee. They never really gave her anything super great plotwise after the whole record deal thing they gave her towards the end. I think she has about the same amount of star power as Allison Williams but agree that she hasnt reached Carrie Underwood level fame yet……but hopefully will eventually. She actually sang “Home” at something at the White House for something back in season one or season two of Glee. It’s definately worth a look if you like her voice (or even if you arent a fan).

They never really gave her anything super great because she couldn’t really act

I just don’t know anyone that has watched these past two and said “wow that looks like so much fun”. Sound of Music was atrocious and Peter Pan was only bareable because Allison Williams is so talented. I don’t know why they just didn’t go with The Music Man like it was planned. At least that is a well written musical.

I hope they do the Music Man at some point. Like you said, its one of the best written ones out there.

Somebody pop open the Chardonnay and charge the cell phones. Time to go on twitter and do us some Hate Watching!

With the NBC connection, Tituss Burgess is a shoo-in for a role

Ooooh these casting choices are great! I would love to see Riley. Glee has a huge fanbase ever with the decline in ratings over the year so I’m pretty sure she has even more of a recognition than Allison Williams. Riley also won Dancing with the Stars so I think she is more known then most people think. I doubt Bruno would do it though he did host SNL so maybe but probably unlikely. It’s one thing for actors to commit to something like this but singers on tour have a harder time committing. Billy Porter would be excellent as well as Tituss. And Audra I bet would do it after Sound of Music

I hadn’t thought about Amber Riley. She did do a great job with “Home” on “Glee.” If they’re separating the casting for television with the stage version, then I guess she could work. She’s not a huge name like Carrie Underwood, but it’s not like Allison Williams is a household name either. If the same casting goes for both, I’d look to Condola Rashad (with the hopes that she can sing). Other Broadway vets like Billy Porter, Norm Lewis, and Audra McDonald would be great to see too. Too bad Patina Miller is stuck doing “Madam Secretary” currently.

Who gets to be Evillene and THE WIZ? Those are the more pressing questions lol. Harvey Fierstein is probably saving The Wiz for himself.

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World Cup 2018 betting favourites

World Cup 2018 betting favourites

The World Cup pits the best teams from across the globe against each other. Who is the most likely to win the trophy? Here is a look at some of the favourites.

The current World Cup holders will be making their way to Russia as favourites to retain their trophy. Since beating Argentina 1-0 in the Brazil 2014 final, the Germans have kept their momentum up, and it would be difficult to rule them out.

A European Championship final loss to Portugal is the only blip on an otherwise outstanding record. A confederations cup victory in Russia (without a few key players), an Under-21 Championship victory a good sign for the future and romping through qualification without losing a slip-up are all pointing towards Germany, yet again, having a good World Cup tournament.

This will be Joachim Lowe’s twelfth year in charge of his nation, and it appears that Germany’s faith in him as manager is really reaping dividends.

The French team is filled with incredibly talented footballers all over the field, and currently plays home to the most expensive squad in world football in club transfers, with Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba and Ousmane Dembele all costing enormous fees, among many other huge names.

A semi-final knock-out in their home tournament of Euro 2016 was a genuine disappointment for the French – they believed that with their squad on home turf, they should be winning the trophy – and will be hoping to rectify this in Russia.

If anything, the French squad has gotten even better in the intervening years with some of the best youth players in the world starting to make their way into the senior team, and if manager Didier Deschamps’s can get the best out of his players, they could be world champions by July 2018.

Brazil, hosts of the previous world cup, left the tournament in embarrassing fashion following a 7-1 semi-final loss to the eventual tournament winners Germany. Since that loss, the team has had plenty of makeover, and has seen them perform excellently well in qualifying, comfortably making their way to the finals in first place.

Neymar, who was a driving force behind their success at their home tournament, has come of age and now, as the most expensive footballer of all-time, will be hoping to take his country to the highest honour available.

With the likes of Phillippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino and Gabriel Jesus, Brazil are not short of an attacking threat. They also have an experienced defence, who will play an integral part if Brazil are to perform well in the competition.

A 2016 Olympic Gold medal is a good sign for the future of Brazilian football, and perhaps this tournament will arrive at the right time for them to make amends for 2014.

Of all the teams playing at World Cup 2018, Argentina have perhaps the most potent strike force. Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, Gonzalo Higuain, Paolo Dybala and Angel di Maria are all available up-front for the side who reached the previous World Cup Final, but they have not perhaps performed as well internationally as they have at club level.

A difficult qualification campaign sees Argentina at risk of not making the tournament at all, but based on squad strength alone, you cannot rule Argentina out of staking a claim for the World Cup trophy. Boasting possibly the greatest player of all-time on their team in the shape of Lionel Messi, both he and his countrymen will be looking to go one step further than the previous tournament and win football’s highest honour – which could very well cement Messi as the greatest of all time in the process.

European Championship winners in 2008, World Cup winners in 2010 and European Champions once more in 2012, it seemed impossible that Spain could ever be removed from the throne at the top of international football. This all changed when they failed to qualify from their group at the world cup finals in Brazil.

A major reworking has taken place throughout the squad, replacing the older players with youth coming through and it appears to be having a positive result, with Spain one of the most impressive countries in qualifying for the tournament, even earning a victory against Italy in the group stages – the first loss the Italians have had in qualifying in 13 years!

Alvaro Morato, Marcos Asensio, David De Gea, Koke and many more young players will be hoping to emulate the success of the last generation of Spanish footballers and win the World Cup in 2018.

Belgium do not hold much pedigree in International tournaments, but there’s no doubt about the talent at their disposal now. A complete reworking of the youth system in the country has meant that a new crop of superstars all came into their element at once, meaning Belgium have put themselves as contenders for any international tournament they’re involved with.

Under Roberto Martinez and Assistant Manager Thierry Henry, The Red Devils will be hoping to get the most of the many talented individuals available – Eden Hazard, Thibaut Courtois, Romelu Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne, and many, many more – and take home the World Cup.

Previous tournaments have showed that the team has possibly not lived up to expectations – individual performers not working well as part of a team. If Belgium can negate this, they will no doubt be in the running for the competition, and are justified to be considered amongst the favourites to take home silverware at the World Cup in 2018.

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