Bale hails Spurs for hiring serial winner Jose after being linked with return

first_imgGARETH BALE has been inked with a return to Tottenham – after praising the appointment of ‘serial winner’ Jose Mourinho.The Welshman, 30, strongly rumoured to be returning to England next year, worked with Mourinho when he was Real Madrid boss from 2010-2013.1 Gareth Bale has praised Jose Mourinho amid talk of a return to TottenhamAnd Mourinho has remained a fan of the wing wizard, who joined Real from star for £85million in 2013.Bale told BT Sport he believed Spurs had made a top call by bringing in the Special One to replace sacked Mauricio Pochettino.He said: “Having Mourinho there is an amazing statement from the club, I think he’s a serial winner.”Tottenham want to win trophies and I don’t think there’s a better partnership than Mourinho and Tottenham together to try and win some trophies.”Bale, who missed out on a summer £1million-a-week deal to join China Super League club Jiangsu Suning, has been linked with Manchester United and Spurs this season.Real boss Zinedine Zidane has made it clear he wants to get Bale’s £600,000-a-week wages off the Bernabeu wage bill to enable him to fund moves for the likes of Paul Pogba and Kylian Mbappe.Mourinho wants to fund a 2020 bid for Bale, according to Spanish media.But realistically the only way that will happen is if Real fund at least 60 per cent of his weekly wage.Anything above £200,000-a-week for Bale would shatter the strict wage structure in N17, put in place by ruthless owner Daniel Levy.If Tottenham miss out, United could get their man as it seems certain the Welshman will quit Spain.Bale has been a target for the Bernabeu boo-boys for several years.He told BT Sport: “I think the first time it happened, it was a bit of a shock. I didn’t really know how to deal with it.”But as I’ve got older, it’s happened one or two more times and you understand how to deal with it.Latest Tottenham newsHARRY ALL FOUR ITKane admits Spurs must win EIGHT games to rise into Champions League spotGossipALL GONE PETE TONGVertonghen wanted by host of Italian clubs as long Spurs spell nears endBELOW PARRSpurs suffer blow with Parrott to miss Prem restart after appendix operationPicturedSHIRT STORMNew Spurs 2020/21 home top leaked but angry fans slam silver design as ‘awful”STEP BY STEP’Jose fears for players’ welfare during restart as stars begin ‘pre-season’KAN’T HAVE THATVictor Osimhen keen on Spurs move but only if they sell Kane this summer”Now I just shrug it off. In way, with respect it’s the best place to get whistled if you don’t perform which I understand.”Obviously I have to just keep working hard and keep proving to the fans what I can do. Eventually the whistles do stop and you get on with your career like normal.”Gareth Bale booed and whistled as he comes on as sub for Real Madrid after flag rowlast_img read more

Lucerne Festival has been celebrating the finest i

first_imgLucerne Festival has been celebrating the finest in classical music since 1938, with famous orchestras, legendary conductors and virtuoso soloists collaborating three times a year at the idyllic location of Lake Lucerne. The artists perform in a concert hall designed by Jean Nouvel, renowned for its phenomenal acoustics and exquisite architecture, where they encounter an audience that is no less international and sophisticated.Featuring different themes each year, the programme offers a wonderfully broad spectrum ranging from Mozart to the Modernists, from early music to avant-garde experimentation. This year’s festivities are themed Easter, Summer and Piano, and run between April and November.New to the Festival in 2017 is the free Lucerne mobility ticket entitling participants to the free use of buses and trains (2nd class) in tariff zone 10, valid for the entirety of their stay. The Lucerne Mobility Ticket is personal, non-transferable and not inclusive of boat travel. The pass is issued upon check-in, however, the hotel reservation document (printed or digital) may be presented to the ticket inspector for transit to the hotel.last_img read more

Who Owns UserCreated Content

first_imgUser Agreements Set User Content RulesLots of companies allow  user-generated content to be posted on their sites in order to create a rich site experience. Once posted, who owns that content? According to Curtis Smolar, a partner at Ropers Majeski Kohn & Bentley, the broad answer is that the site and the creator own the content.The real question, according to Smolar is, “What terms of use does the service (site) require?” Molar cites the example of an artist painting a mural on the wall of an abandoned plant. Who owns the mural? Is it the plant owner or the artist? Can the plant owner re-purpose the artist’s copyrighted work?“United States copyright law states that any idea fixed in a tangible means of expression is protected.” writes Smolar, “United States copyright law states that any idea fixed in a tangible means of expression is protected.  So, it would follow that if comments are posted on a Website’s comments section, that the online user’s comments are copyright protected by the law.  In the wall analogy, if you own the content, and a Website ‘reprints it’ (and someone else views it), the Website has violated your protected work.”This is not true for online user content. The general rule is that a content creator in the Web world, owns the material and grants a license to the Website for further use. Therefore, while the artist owns the mural, the plant owns the wall. By posting content, users have agreed that the Website can use it any way it chooses.This ‘license’ is usually granted to the site owner with a user agreement. By clicking that they agree with the user agreement, users give a company, permission to use, reproduce and alter submissions. The company does not have to pay you money for any use of the content. One hand washes the other in that, as the ‘artist’ you get to use the company website or ‘wall’ to display your ‘art.’ AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more