Tottenham coach José Mourinho granted an interview to LiveScore in which they asked him who was the best soccer player of all time. Although many expected him to decide between Cristiano Ronaldo (Juventus)who did you have in the Real Madrid, and Leo Messi (Barcelona), the two strongest of the last decade, chose Ronaldo Nazario ahead of them. “Ronaldo, the phenomenon. Cristiano and Leo Messi have had longer races, they have been at the top every day for 15 years. But if we talk strictly about talent and ability, nobody beats the Brazilian. When he was in Barcelona with Bobby Robson I realized I was the best player I had ever seen. “The Portuguese met him in the mid-1990s when he joined the Bobby Robson coaching staff at Barcelona. However, he regrets the ordeal he suffered with knee injuries, which prevented him from being on top for a long time: “The injuries killed a career that could have been even more incredible, but the talent the 19-year-old had was something incredible.”
“Qantas International needs to thrive in order for Qantas Loyalty and Qantas Domestic to succeed, so now is the perfect time to invest in this segment for the future and ensure it continues feeding the success of other segments for years to come,” Mr Susz said. “Now is the time for Qantas to be bold and capitalise on the momentum being made in the International segment with strategic and forward-looking aircraft purchases,” AIPA spokesperson Adam Susz said. With Qantas’ international competitors being bold in their own aircraft renewal, AIPA believe Qantas cannot afford to be left behind. As Qantas celebrates profits, it is warned against resting on its laurels. With fuel costs continuing to be a key factor for Qantas in the coming years, the need to invest in more fuel-economic aircraft to replace the current ageing Boeing international fleet will become crucial. The positive trend in Qantas International and the Qantas Group emphasises the need to make the most of the situation by investing in fleet renewal, according to the Australian and International Pilots Association (AIPA). The Australian and International Pilots Association (AIPA) has spoken about Qantas’ good fortune, stating that although the news is good, the company cannot afford to rest on its laurels. Source = ETB News: L.B.