Trippier and Atleti as a springboard

first_imgAn aspiration that for the moment is being fulfilled, since Trippier has adapted perfectly to the style of Diego Pablo Simeone, where only one groin strain has taken him away from the ownership of the rojiblanco team, recently classified for the quarterfinals of the Champions League after heroically defeating Liverpool: “I didn’t want to come to the end of my career and regret not having gone. It’s a great change, a different culture, different types of football, but I love every minute and I hope my performances at Atlético can keep me on the England team. It is a great achievement to beat Liverpool. We had seen how difficult it had been for the teams to play at Anfield. We knew it was going to be difficult, but we believed as a team. “Trent Alexander-Arnold, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Kyle Walker … These are some of the names that it handles Gareth Southgate to try to win this summer, from the right wing, the first Euro Cup in the history of ‘los pross’. Yes the coronavirus allows it. Be the starting right back for England. This is the dream that you have Kieran Trippier. An ambitious wish where not to be part of the list that participated in The Final Four of the League of Nations played a decisive role in making the arduous decision of leave Britain to sign for Atlético de Madrid.“When I left Tottenham and I hadn’t been chosen for the Nations League last summer, I knew I had to play better. I’ve had a lot of conversations about this with the staff. I want to play at the highest level as long as I can to play. in England that is my goal there is no bigger moment for me than representing my country I just need to play well. There are around six right backs and they all play at the highest level. I just need to focus on myself, “says the player born in Bury in statements to the ‘Daily Mail’.last_img read more

For more information on Mandarin Oriental Canouan

first_imgFor more information on Mandarin Oriental Canouan, see https://www.mandarinoriental.com/canouanGo back to the enewsletter Go back to the enewsletterMandarin Oriental, Canouan brings the Group’s renowned level of service to the Caribbean for the first time. Located in St. Vincent and The Grenadines, the resort sits on an immaculate stretch of Godahl Beach that is protected by the Caribbean’s largest natural living coral reef, offering guests an idyllic island escape.The whole island is dedicated to leisure pursuits including sailing, kayaking, diving, fishing, tennis and hiking, as well as golf at an 18-hole Jim Fazio-designed golf course. The hotel comprises 26 suites and 12 three- to four-bedroom villas.All suites and villas have full ocean views, and each villa comes with a large private pool just a few steps away from the ocean. A variety of restaurants and bars provide a range of cuisines and al fresco dining and the property also features an outdoor infinity pool, a spa and a health club, with two over-water treatment cabanas accessible by boat.“Our debut in the Caribbean is an exciting opportunity to introduce Mandarin Oriental’s gracious hospitality to this beautiful part of the world,” said Jan Goessing, Executive Vice President, Operations Director, The Americas.“Mandarin Oriental, Canouan is a showcase of the best of what our brand represents, from the resort’s residential inspired decor to world-class spa facilities and exciting culinary offerings.In celebration of Mandarin Oriental, Canouan’s debut, the following promotions have been created to showcase the resort’s exceptional level of luxury hospitality.Land & Sea in LuxuryEnjoy four decadent nights at the resort and after decompressing, take to the sea on a private yacht for seven nights of island-hopping. Churchill Yacht Partners, a charter company renowned for its exceptional service and exclusive collection of luxury mega yachts, provide fully-crewed vessels including the 130’ Westport motor yacht named Far Niente, the 99’ Pura Vida Moonen motor yacht and the 116’ Holland Jachtbouw sailing sloop, Whisper.Itineraries are fully customised and include visits to a selection of islands such as Bequia, Mustique, the Tobago Cays, Mayreau, Petit St. Vincent and Grenada.Mandarin Oriental has also revealed plans for a second property in the Caribbean. The 100-room beachfront Mandarin Oriental Grand Cayman is earmarked to open in 2021.last_img read more