Officials in Great Smoky Mountains National Park have located a teen who was reported missing 11 days ago after an off trail off-trail hike in the park’s remote southwest corner.According to local news reports, Austin Bohanan of nearby Blount County, Tennessee, walked out of the park on his own today, emerging near a remote backcountry area known as Tabcat Creek around 2:30 P.M.He’s was then transported to a nearby hospital in Maryville, Tennessee.The 11-day search for Buchanan was headed up by rangers on the park’s search and rescue team, officers with the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Authority and individuals with the Backcountry Unit Search and Rescue team (BUSAR). All told their were 19 active members of the search party.“By limiting the number of searchers in the area, rangers have the best chance to find Bohanan quickly,” a news release from the park service said. “Dog teams and trackers can be hampered by additional people in the area when searchers are looking for signs of hiker travel.”Bohanan was reported missing by his stepfather on Sunday, August 13, two days after he last saw him in the off trail area the two were hiking in. Stay tuned for further updates to this story as more details become available.
While crisp mountain air and vistas of vibrant foliage are reasons enough for a fall mountain getaway, consider a whole mountain of brilliant reasons to experience autumn in Allegany County, the Mountain Side of Maryland.Catch the Fall Foliage Train Experience Allegany County features three stunning mountainside golf courses, including the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course at the Rocky Gap Casino Resort, which was recently named one of Golfweek’s “Best Courses You Can Play in Maryland”! Relax and enjoy a round on any of the three courses, surrounded by spectacular fall scenery. Capture an Iconic Fall View The air crisps quick here in the mountains, but fall is the perfect time to squeeze in one last paddle before the falling leaves turn to snow. Lake Habeeb at Rocky Gap State Park offers rentals for kayaks, canoes, and stand up paddleboards and has the picturesque surroundings of the beautiful fall mountains. The Potomac River, forming the southern border of Allegany County, winds along the historic C&O Canal Towpath and through Green Ridge State Forest, Maryland’s largest contiguous forest.Bicycle Through the Mountains Maryland. Be Open For It. All aboard this vibrant excursion, as passengers are transported through the colorful mountains of changing leaves, from Cumberland to Frostburg, Maryland, on the restored diesel locomotive of the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad. The Fall Foliage Experience offers a standard coach ride and optional dining service, throughout October. You won’t want to miss it!Get on the Water So, what are you waiting for? The mountains are calling! Dan’s Rock in Midland, Maryland, is the highest elevation point in Allegany County, overlooking the mountain ranges of Maryland and West Virginia. If a road trip is what you are after, we highly suggest the self-guided scenic overlook tour in Green Ridge State Forest. Travelers can pick up a map from the Forest headquarters and drive 45 miles, stopping at five scenic overlooks.This fall, let Allegany County, the Mountain Side of Maryland, serve as a home base for exploring attractions and the great outdoors. The accommodations include a handful of charming and historic bed and breakfasts and boutique hotels, a large selection of chain hotels, and beautifully set campgrounds. The Great Allegheny Passage offers an incredible fall foliage ride through the mountains, following the old Western Maryland Railway tracks from Cumberland to Frostburg, and continues north to Pittsburgh, PA. Highlights include Bone Cave, where 41 genera of mammals were found from 1912-1916, including the skeleton of a saber-toothed cat; the picturesque Helmstetter’s Curve; multiple tunnels; the Mason Dixon line; and the Big Savage Overlook, where riders get a gorgeous view overlooking Allegany County.Grab Your Golf Clubs
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » True to their people-helping-people philosophy, credit unions continue to offer assistance programs to members affected by the government shutdown.ABC Action News KFSN in California provided news coverage on how Golden 1 Credit Union in Sacramento and Noble Credit Union in Fresno are helping federal workers “weather the storm” during the shutdown. Golden 1 introduced a Pay Disruption Assistance Program and Noble works with members on a case-by-case basis.At R.I.A. Federal Credit Union in Rock Island, Ill, members with existing loans can defer payment up to 60 days. The credit union will also reduce the loan rate or payment for up to six months, and it introduced a special payroll-impaired loan for up to $3,500 at 5.99% for up to 18 months.IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union, in Moline, Ill., offers affected members a 12-month, 1.99% annual percentage rate government payroll assistance loan up to $5,000. To qualify, members need to have their government payroll directly deposited into a credit union account or provide a paystub or proof of their furlough from their government agency. If members do not need payroll assistance but have a loan at the credit union, they may defer one monthly payment of any consumer loan at no charge.
There can be a lot of pressure on you when you’re interviewing job candidates, especially if you’re having to replace a great employee. No matter what position you’re hiring for, you want to make sure you find a candidate that’s not only a good fit for the position but a good fit for your team and your company culture. There are a lot of good options to hire, but here are three people you might want to avoid…The (too) quiet person: It’s not a crime to be a little shy (it’s def better than saying really dumb things), but when a candidate wants to make a good impression, it’s a good idea to have something to say. Look for the candidate who is delivering great answers and asking great questions. If someone really wants to fill your opening, they’ll be prepared with plenty to say.The brown noser: When I was a kid, I used to love reruns of classic sit-coms like Leave it to Beaver. If you’re familiar with the show, then you probably remember Eddie Haskell. He was the guy who was a little sleazy but always turned on the fake charm whenever there were parents around. A job candidate who says exactly what they think you want to hear is definitely not the right person to join your team. It’s usually pretty easy to spot someone who’s faking it. Find someone who feels like a good fit and doesn’t seem deceptive.The Negative Nancy: You would think that anyone interviewing for a job would try to have a positive outlook. For some, they see a job interview as an opportunity to complain about their current/previous workplace. If they have a legitimate reason to complain that may be one thing, but I’d bet they’re probably the type of person who’s going to look for the negative anywhere they work. Think about whether or not you want someone like that on your staff. 5SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr We have now entered year 10 of the recovery since The Great Recession, which is fairly unprecedented territory when it comes to an economic expansion. Many lenders in the industry have already been making preparations the last several years for the next recession. A variety of auto lenders pulled back their sub-prime lending as early as 2016 for fear of the next recession; sub-prime loans typically don’t survive a recession very well.From past experience, some credit unions tend to be a little late to the party, so to speak, when it comes to preparing for a recession. We tend to be act like eternal optimists until we take a serious hit; I’m thinking of the famous Mike Tyson quote about everyone having a plan until they get punched in the mouth. Sometimes, as lenders, we’re in denial that the economy will ever take a breath and experience some contraction. For others, trying to squeeze every drop of loan growth out of the economy is of utmost importance; resulting collection problems are something to worry about next year. Frankly, this has never been a problem for me; I like to joke that I’ve predicted five out of the last three recessions.For those realists who want to start preparing now, how can you be sure your credit union will ultimately be ready? I’ve seen too many unprepared credit unions suffer in a downturn in my 30 years in the credit union movement and, more importantly, heard of too many members affected as their credit union is more focused on fixing their portfolio than lending money. To evaluate your preparedness, honestly assess your credit union in these four areas: continue reading »
TZ Bakra is the first in Croatia to organize a licensed Interpret Europe course for guide interpreters
Aware of the fact that the world heritage has been presented to a wider audience for a long time and that the greatest asset for overcoming the tourist isolation of Bakar is its rich natural and cultural heritage, the Tourist Board of Bakar and the City of Bakar have recognized the need for quality education of tourist guides. museum staff and staff in nature parks.Therefore, in cooperation with the first interpretation guide and coach in Croatia and the author of popular “Secret Zagreb” tours, Ivo Silla, they decided to organize a licensed Interpret Europe course “Guide interpreter” which will be held in October and November in Bakar. That’s right In July, the Tourist Board of the City of Bakar filled all places for the Interpret Europe licensed course “Guide interpreter” which will be held in Bakar in October and thus became the first destination in Croatia to independently organize a licensed Interpret Europe course for guide interpreters.Costumed themed tours, visitor centers, storytelling, workshops, ecomuseums – all this is the interpretation of heritage, ie the way in which natural and historical heritage is “translated” into a language understood by the local population of all generations (especially children and youth) and visitors and tourists Interpret Europe is a European professional association that brings together about 500 professionals in the field of heritage interpretation from 45 countries and through a series of courses held by their members in their countries conducts various trainings with the aim of better interpretation of heritage, indispensable. part of cultural tourism.In this way, the Tourist Board of the City of Bakar is actively involved in the development of heritage interpretation in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County with the desire that Bakar emerges from decades of tourist isolation through interpretive guides and other professionals who will reveal rich Bakar heritage to visitors. which are actually the essence of tourism.”Tečaj in Bakar will be the first Interpret Europe course for interpretive guides in Croatia organized exclusively by Croatian organizers. Although we are one of the smallest tourist boards, and our tourism development lags far behind that in Kvarner, we are proud that we, together with the City of Bakar, organized education which is a prerequisite for the development of quality, strategically oriented tourism in our area. In this context, we are extremely pleased with the recent publication of an article in the newsletter of the Intepret Europe association in which Iva Silla and expert for the promotion of interpreted heritage Silvija Jacić presented activities in the field of heritage interpretation that we launched in Bakar such as Ponikva Educational Trail Walks through history or a program for children called “Little Naval Battle”. We intend to continue and develop all of them, as well as some new ones like this course, even more intensively, into quality tourist products.”Emphasized the director of the Tourist Board of the City of Bakar, Sonja Jelušić Marić.Through 40 hours of theoretical and practical classes, trainer Iva Silla will teach students the skills of interpretive guidance that are achieved through interpretive techniques and methods and the search for unique properties of phenomena and objects. The course also includes non-personal interpretation, understanding groups of visitors with special needs, and learning about sustainability and the use of interpretive criticism. At the end of the course, participants will be trained to plan and perform interpretive guidance, which will raise the quality of their work and bring stronger memories and new experiences to visitors. All guides, participants of the course, after successful passing become certified interpretation guides, and those who are not engaged in leadership will gain useful knowledge about the interpretation of heritage. At the same time, in newsletter of this important European association, a text was published on the increasingly intensive interpretation of the cultural and natural heritage of the City of Bakar, which is becoming its main tourist asset.RELATED NEWS:
Topics : The fight against the COVID-19 for the past six months feels like running 10 kilometers of a marathon “at full speed” said Jeong Eun-kyeong, chief of Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The most pressing task is to secure medical professionals and hospital beds to treat seriously ill patients, as well as other personnel to trace, test and treat COVID-19 patients, she said at a briefing Monday. Monday marks six months since Korea reported the first COVID-19 case on Jan. 20. “In the situation where COVID-19 is raging worldwide and a long fight is inevitable, our goal is to contain and control the size and pace of the virus outbreaks to a level where our medical, quarantine and social systems can manage them so that we can protect lives of those in high-risk groups — such as the elderly — and minimize the social and economic fallout,” she saidThe most pressing challenges are to develop a vaccine and treatment for the COVID-19 patients, as well as to build up medical capacity to be prepared for a spike in the COVID-19 patients. Not to overwhelm the country’s health system and better cope with the prolonged pandemic, the country needs to secure more medical professionals in looking after seriously ill patients as well as hospital beds, she pointed out. She also noted the need to change the country’s institutions, culture and social practices for citizens to be able to keep personal hygiene and maintain physical distance with others in their daily lives. She referred to support for more paid holidays or telecommuting as examples. For about a month after Korea saw the first COVID-19 patient on Jan. 20, the country reported about 30 cases for the month — about 1.03 persons a day — mostly coming from China.The virus situation began to get serious in mid-February as hundreds of new cases were reported a day in connection with the country’s largest-yet cluster — a branch of Shincheonji Church of Jesus in Daegu. So far, a total of 5,213 people were linked to the cluster. Two other major clusters — Cheongdo Daenam Hospital in North Gyeongsang Province and a call center in southwestern Seoul – also drove up the number of new cases. From Feb. 18 to May 5, it saw about 138.13 daily cases on average a day. Coupled with the country’s efforts to rapidly and extensively trace, test and treat COVID-19 patients, the government put in place a social distancing campaign in late February through early May. On April 1, it required all international arrivals to self-quarantine for two weeks — regardless of nationality — as part of efforts to stem the continued influx of imported cases. The efforts helped Korea largely bring the coronavirus under control until the number of cases began to spike again after a long holiday in early May. The virus transmission that began at bars and clubs in Seoul’s party district led to outbreaks at logistics centers, churches and door-to-door sales events. Since May 6, the country saw about 39.29 cases a day on average until Monday. On Monday, Korea reported 26 new COVID-19 cases, with 22 imported from overseas and four locally transmitted, according to the KCDC. The total caseload rose to 13,771. Of the 22 imported cases, 10 were detected during the quarantine screening process at the border and the rest while the individuals were under mandatory self-quarantine in Korea. Eighteen of them were from Asia — including 9 from the Philippines, three from Pakistan, two from Iraq, two from Kazakhstan and one from Indonesia. Two were from the United States and two from Mexico.For the past two weeks, 59.5 percent of the COVID-19 cases were imported from overseas. Of the country’s total 2,067 imported cases, 39 percent of them have come from Asia excluding China, followed by the Americas at 33.9 percent, Europe at 24.8 percent, Africa at 1.3 percent and China at 0.9 percent. Some 53.6 percent of the cases were detected after people entered the country, while the rest were found during the quarantine screening process at the border. The vast majority of the cases, or 68.2 percent, involved Korean nationals.As part of efforts to stem the imported cases, starting Monday, the government added two more countries to the list of “high-risk” countries, requiring those coming from the countries to submit a certificate issued within 48 hours proving they tested negative for the coronavirus.As for locally transmitted cases, two were registered in Seoul, one each in Gwangju and South Jeolla Province. So far, 12,572 people, or 91.3 percent, have been released from quarantine after making full recoveries, up 16 from a day earlier. Some 903 people are receiving medical treatment under quarantine.One more person died, raising the death toll to 296. The overall fatality rate stands at 2.15 percent — 2.56 percent for men and 1.82 percent for women. The rate is much higher for those in their 80s or over — 25.26 percent — and those in their 70s — 9.55 percent.The country has carried out 1,470,193 tests since Jan. 3, with 21,302 people awaiting results as of Wednesday.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sets Ed Woodward deadline to complete Man Utd summer transfer business Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterWednesday 8 May 2019 6:22 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link48Shares Advertisement Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly decided to sell Anthony Martial this summer (Picture: Getty) Comment Ed Woodward has held several meetings with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over Man Utd’s summer transfer business (Picture: Getty)Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Ed Woodward to complete Manchester United’s summer transfer business before the club’s pre-season tour of Australasia.The Norwegian masterminded a record-breaking run of form upon succeeding Jose Mourinho in December, but United’s results have tailed of disastrously in recent weeks.Sunday’s 1-1 draw at already relegated Huddersfield finally put paid to hopes of a top four finish and Solskajer’s side could face the ignominy of beginning a Europa League campaign on July 25 should they fail to overtake Arsenal following the final game of the domestic season on Sunday.Solskjaer has already publicly admitted that several members of his current squad lack the mentality to represent the club and will be discarded in the summer, regardless of their standing.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors Jadon Sancho is likely to remain at Borussia Dortmund this summer (Picture: Getty)The 46-year-old was reportedly furious with Anthony Martial he appeared to be day dreaming during the warm-up ahead of a crucial match with Chelsea last month, while Paul Pogba’s future remains a matter of intense speculation with Real Madrid ready to make a move during the close season.Solskjaer has reportedly outlined his intention to build his side around academy graduate Scott McTominay, who has grown in stature and influence in recent weeks, but is still expected to oversee a significant rebuild once the transfer re-opens.United begin their pre-season campaign on July 8 and are due to play their first friendly against Perth Glory five days later by which time the MEN reports that Solskjaer hopes to have welcomed several new faces to the fold.Solskjaer is not necessarily after star names, and is unlikely to be able to broker a deal for England teenage sensation Jadon Sancho, but wants to add to his forward line and strengthen at full-back.More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errors
CAPTION: The inaugural SD100 LRV arrives at Qualcomm Stadium carrying VIPs to the MVW opening ceremony on November 20Below: The ex-Santa Fe station in central San Diego is a key interchange between the Trolley, Amtrak, Coaster commuter trains and local busesBelow right: Much of the Mission Valley West line is built on viaduct to avoid environmentally sensitive areas along the San Diego RiverMTDB has a reputation for keeping its Trolley cars clean and free of vandalismAbove: Keynote speaker at the MVW dedication ceremony was US Federal Transit Administrator Gordon LintonBelow left: Centre sidings east of Qualcomm Stadium can hold up to 18 cars ready to handle large crowds at the end of a game, concert or eventBelow: Fashion Valley Centre station has street-level bus loading areas below the station and an aerial walkway link to the nearby shopping complex MISSION VALLEY WEST, the latest link in the constantly expanding web of light rail lines serving California’s San Diego County, opened to traffic on November 23. First day operations were nearly flawless, with standing-room-only crowds by noon.MVW is perhaps the most ambitious project yet undertaken by the Metropolitan Transit Development Board since revenue service began on the initial San Diego Trolley line between downtown and San Ysidro on the Mexican frontier in July 1981. During the past two decades, starting when the MTDB was founded to develop the LRT network, planning and/or construction have been virtually continuous: this is the seventh extension.However, MVW is dramatically different and posed a significant engineering challenge to MTDB. At $220m, the price was quite high compared to the penurious standard set during the construction of previous segments, which were mostly built at-grade along existing railway rights-of-way and city streets.’The extension represents a move away from the use and reuse of existing railroad corridors and trying to fit into existing and future developments,’ says MTDB General Manager Thomas F Larwin. ’The higher cost of this new project is going to prove to be very cost beneficial over time because of the way it fits into development. We will do more to shape travel habits … using transit in more significant ways than I think we have been able to do with existing portions of the system.’MVW required two long and expensive viaducts, both of which include stations. They cross the sprawling car parks of the Fashion Valley shopping centre, which is also the site of a regional transit interchange, and Qualcomm Stadium, home of the city’s baseball and football teams and a projected source of substantial ridership.The scenic route parallels the environmentally sensitive San Diego River, where a number of costly mitigation efforts were required to preserve wetlands and wildlife habitats as well as minimising potential traffic and flooding impacts. In addition, three major bridges and a road underpass were needed. Thus 40% of the 9.8 route-km is located above or below grade and there are just two level crossings.Integrated stationsThere are seven new stations which are located next to various activity venues. These include three large shopping centres at Fashion Valley, Hazard Centre and Mission Valley – the last of these requiring two bridges to take the line across the river. Other stops serve existing and future residential and commercial complexes. Sites for two more stations have been reserved, to serve the Riverwalk Golf Club and the planned Mission City development.The $9.2m station at Qualcomm Stadium has ramps and stairways leading from ground level to a spacious mezzanine circulating area and thence to a wide centre platform and two side platforms. This, combined with sidings at each end having a capacity of 18 cars waiting for an event to end, will allow up to 6000 passengers to be removed within 30min. At other times the stadium’s spacious car park is used as a park-and-ride facility.MVW is expected to generate an average of around 6000 daily boardings. Ridership figures had not been released when this article went to press, but just one week after the opening a November 30 football game saw more than 5 000 fans arrive by rail.Prior to MVW, the Trolley’s average weekday ridership was nearly 56000, with Saturday and Sunday patronage around 90% and 80% of this respectively. An all-time record was reached in July 1997, when weekday boardings for the entire month averaged 62 500. Total traffic for the fiscal year to September 30 1997 was 18.3 million passengers. The Trolley’s farebox recovery rate is currently 67%, which is impressive for North America but below the legendary highs of around 90% recorded during the early 1980s when only the line to San Ysidro was in operation.Concurrent with the opening of MVW, MTDB has initiated a colour coding of its lines. MVW forms part of the 41.1 km Blue line, which runs north from the frontier at San Ysidro via central San Diego to Old Town, then east to Mission San Diego station at the end of the new extension. The 35.8 km Orange line starts from Imperial & 12th and heads west along the Bayside route serving the downtown waterfront, where a large conference centre is located. It then loops back through the city centre and serves various eastern suburbs before terminating in the city of Santee.The two Trolley routes meet at the former Santa Fe railway station, which now forms the city’s central transport hub. There is a cross-platform connection with the frequent Amtrak service to Los Angeles and the Coaster commuter trains to Oceanside. A few steps away are numerous San Diego Transit bus lines.Trams generally operate on a 15min headway, although at peak hours there is a 7.5 min service on the Blue Line between San Ysidro and Old Town. The basic headway falls to 30min during late evenings and weekend mornings, and at all times on the Orange Line beyond El Cajon to Santee.Expansion continuesPlanning is at an advanced stage for two more extensions, known as Mission Valley East and Mid-Coast. The 9.3 km MVE will complete the Mission Valley route, and connect to the Orange line at Grossmont Centre station in the city of La Mesa. In October the MTDB board officially selected light rail as the locally-preferred alternative for this corridor and made it the next construction priority. With an environmental impact report already completed, the next step will be the start of preliminary engineering work later this year.The four-station MVE has been costed at $267m. Much of this is accounted for by a 1.5 km tunnel and station beneath the San Diego State University campus, a first for the Trolley. As with MVW, there will be numerous elevated structures. Construction is tentatively set to begin in 2001 and be completed three years later, although the project might be broken into two segments depending on the availability of funding. However, Larwin is anxious to complete the line earlier if possible, and says he intends to pursue some type of public-private partnership, possibly including a design-build arrangement.The Mid-Coast LRT project will follow the MVE, although the initial three-station segment costing nearly $91m is already in preliminary engineering. This line would leave the Mission Valley route at the San Diego River and head north 5.5 km to Balboa Avenue within the San Diego Northern railway right-of-way, already owned by MTDB. The 11.6 km second segment to University City, with a price tag of more than $264m, will follow an alignment adjacent to the Interstate 5 highway.In the more distant future is a possible spur to the airport, which will be financed by the Port District. This will probably adopt some form of peoplemover to shuttle passengers to the nearest Trolley station. Also being studied is a long inland corridor following Interstate 15 all the way to Escondido in the north of San Diego County. Light rail or higher speed interurban trains are a possibility along all or part of the route but HOV lanes carrying express buses seem more likely, at least as an interim, given the uncertainty of funding at both local and federal levels. A preferred alternative is due to be selected in mid-1999.Future light rail projects yet to be studied include the South Bay Extension, which would loop through National City and Chula Vista, inland from the existing Blue line to San Ysidro. This might also serve a second border crossing point to the Mexican city of Tijuana. The Mira Mesa corridor would extend the Mid-Coast line inland from University City along Mira Mesa Boulevard to meet the I-15 corridor. In a November statement MTDB confirmed its long term goal: ’by 2010, if funding permits, the San Diego region would be served by a 113 km light rail network and a 69 km commuter rail route. This network is incorporated in the Regional Rail Transit Plan, revised every two years by the San Diego Association of Governments.’Widespread and ongoing political support of the Trolley and its programme of incremental expansion has helped lead it to success. It’s a plan which Larwin, who has been with MTDB for 18 years, enthusiastically supports. ’Yes, you make some mistakes but you get a chance to correct them’, he says. ’They’re not as big as they might be if you were to do a real big system all at once. You can learn as you grow. I think it’s proven to be very worthwhile.’
The incident happened near the club’s Carrington training ground on a very cold and potentially icy morning in Manchester, with the number two goalkeeper’s car ending up underneath a roadside barrier. He’s done very well to come away from the incident without any injuries and according to BBC Sports reporter Simon Stone he still managed to make it into training. Romero has played nine times in all competitions this season, playing in the Europa League, FA Cup and Carabao Cup, and kept seven clean sheets in those games with United winning all but two, both of which were draws. The 32-year-old signed for the Premier League in 2015 as back up for David de Gea and he’s been considered the best back up keeper in football throughout that time, stepping in brilliantly whenever needed. Read Also:Sniffer dogs check Man United coach ahead of Liverpool clash The former AZ Alkmaar goalie was on the bench on Sunday and had to watch as United lost 2-0 to to fierce rivals Liverpool, who took yet another step towards winning the league. Jurgen Klopp’s side were much the better team and could have been far further ahead, especially with a controversial disallowed goal after a foul on De Gea, and Mo Salah only wrapped up the points in injury time. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero was unhurt after crashing his car on the way to training on Monday morning. Pictures and video of the wreckage of Romero’s £170,000 Lamborghini after the crash started doing the rounds on social media this morning, fortunately the Argentine remained unhurt from the incident. pic.twitter.com/GR5myWjslF— UNITED (@unitedaaaaw) January 20, 2020 How has Romero managed this? pic.twitter.com/LSpXZEBh2n— J (@UTFRJ) January 20, 2020 Loading… Promoted ContentWho’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of Art12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime