The third European Shipping Week in Brussels is now less than a fortnight away. From Monday to Wednesday, themed events will take place. The theme on Monday, 17 February will be Trade and Competitiveness, whilst on Tuesday, 18 February it will be Safe and Social Shipping. An event looking at enhancing the participation of women in the European shipping industry will be moderated by the Director of the Merchant Navy Training Board (MNTB), Kathryn Neilson, whilst the CEO of Red Funnel Ferries, Fran Collins, will be among the presenters. (Image Courtesy: UK Chamber of Shipping) There will also be an event with presentations and a panel discussion on seafarer travel and shore leave and the effects of new Visa Code and Smart Border Package. Attendance at the events on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday is free of charge. More details can be found at http://europeanshippingweek.eu/events/2020-02/ On Wednesday, 19 February the focus will be on Shipping and the Environment. The flagship conference will take place on Thursday, 20 February. A visit to the Port of Antwerp is being organised for Friday, 21 February. The UK Chamber has assisted with four of the Safe and Social Shipping events. An event to showcase the EU Maritime Growth Plan for Sustainable Maritime Jobs and Competitiveness, following on from the plan’s launch in October last year, will be held. At the same time there will be an event to consider future-proofing of skills and improvements to on-board working environments to meet the challenges of increased digitalisation and automation and the new environmental requirements that the shipping industry will need to meet. The Chamber’s Robert Carington will be one of the speakers. Sea News, February 5 Author: Baibhav Mishra
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Source: Soccer – thesun.co.uk Amazing Controlled Building Demolition You Probably Haven’t Seen Before Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Top 5 Best Budget Hotels In Dubai under AED 400 a night. CRISTIANO Ronaldo’s self-obsession helped him become the player he is today, according to a former Manchester United teammate.Former Danish wonderkid Mads Timm spent three years training with the Juventus star, who was signed from Sporting Lisbon for £12.24million in 2003, before he was released.Cristiano Ronaldo was self-obsessed as a youngster to get to the topCredit: Getty – ContributorTimm, who now plays for Danish Serie 1 club Kerteminde Boldklub, recalled how the Portuguese legend was bullied for his hairstyle and the way he played – but stuck to his guns and stood up to senior teammates.And in the end it was his “me, me, me” attitude that turned him into the footballing god he is today.‘EXTRAORDINARY’“He was quite extraordinary as a footballer, and as a person,” Timm writes in his book Red Devil.“Like me, he was bullied when he came to the club. With his hair – which he soon got clipped – and with his almost acrobatic attempt to impress the coaches.“He could stand and do 10-15 step overs before he tried to dribble past the opponent.“Pass now, just pass, dammit,’ shouted Gary Neville and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer constantly to him when we had reserve team matches together.“The special thing about Cristiano Ronaldo was that he immediately took the fight against the hierarchy. And he won it.“He was completely indifferent to the rest of his teammates. He gave no room for others. It was me, me, me. Cristiano Ronaldo. CR7.”While Timm faded into obscurity, Ronaldo has won four Ballon d’Or trophies during a career laden with trophies.Former Man Utd wonderkid Mads Timm revealed Ronaldo’s incredible desire to be the best in his bookCredit: Getty – ContributorRonaldo was bullied by teammates for his hairstyleCredit: Getty – Contributor STEELY DETERMINATIONThe Dane insisted Ronaldo wasn’t the most accomplished footballer he ever played with, but was certainly the most determined to succeed.He wrote: “He’s not the best player I have played with, but he is the most focused person I have ever met. Mentally he reminded me of myself at age 12, and he does really still.“I do not think he sees himself from the outside, and I do not think he’s going to sit and laugh at himself. I think that’s why he survived in the professional football world.”TRAINING TOGETHERTimm often found himself on opposite teams to Ronaldo in training sessions.While he admits he had lost his head and hated the environment at United, Ronaldo was thriving with an attitude that said he was going to make it.“He was just the opposite; he was moving forward, clear-headed and with an indomitable faith in himself,” Timm said.“It was also reflected on the pitch. We performed an internal training match where I played on the left wing, while he was right wing for the other team.“Every time we met on the field, he wiped me, and I have rarely been so out of breath after a test. He pulled all the air out of me.”Ronaldo once left Timm gasping for air after a training sessionCredit: Getty – ContributorNow 35, Timm is still playing in DenmarkCredit: Getty – ContributorAfter settling in at the club, Ronaldo had a proposition for Timm.“Cristiano Ronaldo was also dying to buy one of my diamond jewellery, but I refused to sell it to him,” Timm revealed.“It had to be enough, he had already taken my dream.”Mbappe names Cristiano Ronaldo as his idol ahead of Lionel Messi and World Cup final goal vs Croatia was his favourite Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! 8 MOST DANGEROUS RAINS of All Time | TOP 10 INTERESTING 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! People Slammed By Massive Waves 4
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