Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, has said he couldn’t care less about the Premier League title amid frustration of the fixture congestion and injuries.
Klopp has seen key injuries to defenders Virgil Van Dijk, Joe Gomez and midfielder Jordan Henderson in recent weeks force him to use Liverpool’s youngsters. Gomez was injured in a training session on international duty with England.
And, when asked how many points it would take to win the title this season, Klopp said it wasn’t his primary focus.
“Sorry to say this but I couldn’t care less in this moment, Jamie. It doesn’t look like somebody will get 100 [points] or whatever. In this season? Four weeks shorter? Same amount of games? I don’t think it’s possible. Even 87 [points] looks far away,” Klopp said to the Daily Mail.
“My English is not good enough to describe exactly what went through my mind [with Gomez]. My head physio told me and everybody was sure it was serious immediately. No doubts. No hope it was only a little one. Injuries are part of the deal for players and managers. How they happen is something we are constantly worried about.
“With the Van Dijk situation, it was not because of the intensity of the game. It was because of a very strange decision by one person [Everton’s Jordan Pickford] which made it hard to deal with.
In 2020, we have experienced a lot of changes globally, one of which is the full adoption of digital and remote work. Still, job seekers and professionals across Nigeria are finding it difficult to maximize their profile and visibility online in order to seize opportunities. As a result of this, leading talent recruitment platform, Jobberman organized a webinar on Friday, November 27, 2020, to help professionals with over five years of working experience discover how to effectively navigate the networking roadmaps and the needed job hunting tips and recipes in the midst of a pandemic.
The webinar, which was titled ‘Networking, Job Hunting & Getting Hired Remotely’, was hosted by Jobberman’s Communications Specialist, Sheila Ojei, and featured LinkedIn Visibility Coach and Lead Consultant at Inspired by Glory Academy, Glory Edozien (Ph.D.) as a speaker.
Participants were taught the importance of networking, as well as applicable and practical insights to seize the next opportunity.
During the webinar, Glory Edozien (Ph.D.) defined a network as a set of relationships that one depends on to get ahead in a career, get things done, and to develop professionally. She added that it is important to stay connected with your network, build new relationships with your existing network, and demonstrate your value within your network.
Here are some other key points that were shared during the webinar;
Networking and Job Search Mistakes
Glory discussed major mistakes job seekers make when they are job hunting, She highlighted key points such as having a wrong mindset, no clear focus or pitch, not utilizing social networking sites effectively, and not utilizing existing connections. She advised participants that instead of making such mistakes they should do the following:
Get clear on their goals: Clarity on key accomplishments, what you intend to do next, and how you will add value in your next role.
Develop your ‘who list’: A list of people who can help you achieve your career goals
Go where they go: Join professional associations, vital seminars, events, masterclasses that your ‘who list’ attend.
Brush up your job tools and skills: Understand your competency gaps, especially the soft skills gap, and find online sources to supplement.
Set up informational interviews: Arrange a virtual coffee chat with your ‘who list’.
Build Visibility online: Use social networks to build visibility for your skills.
To end the session, she shared quick hacks for building online visibility with the participants and they include.
Completing your Jobberman profile with key skills for your next role: Create a profile on Jobberman for the job you want, not the one you have.
Showcase the depth of your expertise, skills, and business outcomes
Connect with people who are in the roles you will like to do next and set up informational interviews.
Share content about your industry: Get involved and showcase knowledge
Another major highlight of the webinar was an interactive session where participants got answers to their burning questions.
Host, Sheila Ojei and Speaker, Glory Edozien tackled the top questions participants had about seizing their next opportunity and how to maximize the Jobberman profile.
If you missed the webinar, or you would like to relive the moments, check out the full recording here
A fan of the fast-rising reality star and musician, Laycon, has advised the singer to stop featuring upcoming artistes in his songs.
This is coming after Laycon shared a tweet asking his fans what they think is the best scene from one of his recently released music videos.
“So, my team and I have been arguing for an hour over which we think is the best scene in HipHop video. Decided to ask you, my family members…. What’s your favorite scene in HipHop video? These are mine… Share screenshots of yours,” the BBNaija star wrote.
In reaction to his tweet, a fan took to the comment session to warn Laycon about featuring upcoming artistes in his songs.
“Stop featuring up coming artist in any of your songs henceforth if you truly want to blow, cos you got the talent, I just hope your new Ep is not filled with the whole upcoming artist in fierce nation,I’m really pissed tonight no one shout @ me at all,” he advised.
American rapper, Boosie Badazz is suing Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after his Instagram account was shut down in August for posting racy content.
During a recent sit-down with VladTV, the 38-year-old rapper said he was suing the tech guru for $20 million. He claims the platform’s decision to deactivate his account took a heavy toll on his business ventures.
Boosie alleges he was targeted because of his race, pointing out that there are plenty of people who have been banned from Instagram or for posting ‘derogatory things’, but those accounts were resorted.
“[Zuckerberg] made some of my business ventures go down, so I’m suing him now. I’m filing a lawsuit against him now,” he said. “He stopped me off Instagram and he didn’t put me back on Instagram. And that’s affecting my business,” Boosie said, and added that other people who have done worse have been allowed back on.
“This is the first time my Instagram has ever been taken from me,” he continued. “So you can give other 2 million people their Instagram back for derogatory things they did? And I posted a girl with an emoji’s over her. This is discrimination. Something is wrong. Somebody must be mad ’cause I said their name wrong and they’re trying to chastise me.”
“And my Black people are starting to tell me, ‘Boosie, this man is a racist. He knows you affects the Black community and make them smile every morning. Why is he not giving you your page back when gives all these people their page back. He might be trying to stop us from smiling’ … You’re going too far. I had ten million followers. You’re f*cking up my income … you’re showing discrimination.”
Boosie is seeking $20 million, which he claims has been his lost income from losing his page.