Parma sack coach D’Aversa

first_imgRelatedPosts Live stream Premier League, La Liga, Serie A on Showmax Pro this weekend Juve’s Pirlo gamble makes new Serie A season the most open for years Pirlo bags UEFA coaching badge Parma have dismissed coach Roberto d’Aversa, three weeks after the end of the season, the Serie A club announced on Sunday.D’Aversa, 45, took charge of Parma when they were in the third-tier Lega Pro in 2016 and earned consecutive promotions to restore the club to the Serie A. “Parma announce that Roberto D’Aversa has been relieved of his role of first team coach,” the club said in a statement.“This is a result of the fact that over the last few weeks, the cohesion, unity of intent, harmony and mutual enthusiasm which have been so key to the successes achieved together over the last few years have disappeared.”Parma, who were relegated to fourth division in 2015 after being declared bankrupt, finished 11th in the Serie A last season after being 14th in their first season back in the top division.Tags: Coach Roberto d’AversaParma FCSerie Alast_img read more

Joel Embiid joins forces with 76ers to donate $1.3M to healthcare workers

first_imgJoel Embiid, 76ers Managing Partner Josh Harris, and Co-Managing Partner David Blitzer Join Forces to Provide $1.3 Million to Penn Medicine for Critical Support of Health Care Workers Fighting COVID-19#TodayWeRise x #PhilaUnite:— Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) April 3, 2020″The only way for us to get through this terrible global crisis is to ensure a safe work environment for health care professionals and ultimately find a treatment for COVID-19,” Harris added. “We are very proud to partner with the incredible team at Penn Medicine, who are tirelessly working towards this by identifying immunity in our brave doctors and nurses.University of Pennsylvania president Amy Gutmann thanked Embiid, Harris and Blitzer for their aid in “helping us to understand COVID-19 through the lens of precision medicine.””We will take this new and powerful knowledge about how our bodies react to the virus and use it to protect our healthcare heroes, sharing these lessons with the city of Philadelphia and across the world,” Gutmann added, Joel Embiid and the Philadelphia 76ers have teamed up to donate $1.3 million to Penn Medicine for critical support of healthcare workers fighting the coronavirus.COVID-19 has wreaked havoc globally, with more than 1 million confirmed cases and over 58,800 deaths. MORE: Sixers co-owner turning company’s MLB jerseys into protective gearSports have been brought to a standstill amid the coronavirus pandemic, with the NBA among the leagues on hiatus around the world.Embiid, along with 76ers managing partner Josh Harris and co-managing partner David Blitzer, made a significant contribution to the funding campaign for COVID-19 antibody testing of frontline healthcare workers, identifying those with potential immunity.”During this pandemic, many doctors and nurses are working like soldiers on the front lines of a war and they need to be provided with as much armor as possible in this battle,” Embiid, Philadelphia’s All-Star center, said. “COVID-19 antibody testing can help Philadelphia health care workers at this critical time, and we need to do everything possible to help those heroes who are putting their lives at risk to help us.”last_img read more

Whats the Difference Between SaaS and SaaS 20

first_imgSaaS 2.0 aims to fill the gaps left by its predecessor by concentrating on the business side of software. Whereas SaaS put the emphasis on the software and technology trends, SaaS 2.0 will hope to usher in a new era of business-centric software as a service. From an organizational management perspective, companies can expect all-inclusive offerings that will handle every aspect of their business. Solutions will go beyond a business’s software needs.This evolutionary step can be best described as a streamlining of an outdated process. Now, entire platforms will be made available in order to execute any given company strategy; no department will go ignored.While SaaS 2.0 will still be, at its core, about the software, the added focus will separate it from its predecessor. For more on SaaS 2.0, read the full article by Roshan Ragel.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more