London coach Qiu Qiu crash claims two victims

 

 

Two top coaches in the English capital crashed this week and are recovering from their injuries.

 

The first victim was a French national, Monsieur Qiu Qiu Arsene Wenger, whose vehicle ‘Arsenal’ (named after him), took the wrong turning from off a successful road to a league and European double, smashing into Liverpool in the Champions League, before being hit again by Manchester United in the Premier League.

 

Arsenal have for my money played the sexiest football around this season, but once more were outwitted by cannier clubs when it counted, teams who exploited the Gunners’ perennial inexperience and lack of grit when under pressure.

 

A wonder goal such as that conjured up at Anfield by the irrepressible Theo Walcott and lethal Emmanuel Adebayor deserved to win any game, but only seconds later, Arsenal were outmuscled and shocked by an English-style counter and Liverpool scored via a questionable penalty.

 

United exploited their home advantage and experience to dismiss the Gunners from the title race the following Sunday, sending Wenger into new depths of madness, as he bleated about referees having a conspiracy against his club.

 

The gleaming new Emirates Stadium is thanks largely to that man, who has transformed London’s top club into regular European contenders for the first spell in their long history. But Wenger, for all his tactical and inspirational genius, shames himself by his frequently one-sided post-match rants.

 

It ill-behoves a coach of his talent to claim refs are out to get his team, when replays prove the Gunners benefit from at least as many 50-50 calls as anyone else. Equally, can there be anything more ridiculous than the comical ‘I didn’t see it’ defence he trots out whenever the press needles him on such calls in Arsenal’s favour?

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Crypto Broker Voyager Digital lists on Canada’s TSX Venture Exchange | Shelter Crypto | Shelter Humanity | Charity Token Homeless | Charity Coin

 

 

 

 

Voyager Digital Ltd, a Canadian cryptocurrency asset broker has begun trading shares on the Toronto Ventures Exchange. The reverse takeover of UC Resources, a mining exploration company, saw the company become publicly traded. Voyager asserts that going public will increase transparency in the crypto market and encourage adoption. This is because traditional investors can tap into digital assets through public equity markets. More about Charity Token Homeless

 

 

“Listing Will Boost Crypto Adoption and Transparency”

 

Voyager shares will trade on the ticker symbol VYGR.V. Stephen Ehrlich (chief executive officer at Voyager) stated in a blog that while reverse takeovers have become a popular business strategy for many young companies, the idea a young company going public might seem unusual.”

 

“The choice was easy for us. Voyager had the chance to be transparent in its business, mature in the crypto market, and offer the world the opportunity of investing in a public cryptocurrency trading company via the traditional market.

 

 

A reverse takeover allows private companies to avoid the rigorous regulatory oversight and associated costs that come with going public through an initial publicly offered. This is a great option for startups who want to cut through bureaucratic red tape.

 

Voyager announced recently the conclusion of its tie up with UC Resources. UC Resources is a publicly listed company on Canada’s NEX Exchange. Voyager went public as a result of the merger. This is essentially a takeover from UC Resources. The deal allows the merged entity transition to the TSX Ventures Exchange as a Tier-2 company.

 

Solid Capital Base to Support Company Growth

 

Ehrlich explained in a blog post that the stock exchange listing legally requires the broker to publish quarterly and annual reports. Voyager must also publicly disclose details …

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