When existing off-the-shelf plugins don’t work for you, you need custom plugins developed for you. Who does custom plugin development in Rome, Italy? We do at http://interloperinc.com . Contact us and let us know what kind of plugin you need.
The success of your ecommerce business will largely depend on how well your site looks and how smoothly it functions. If you are a serious business, then you must have professionals design and develop your ecommerce website. Do you currently have a team of Ecommerce Developers and Designers in Rome, Italy? If not, give us a call and let’s talk.
Need an MS Access programmer, Excel, Visual Basic or C# developer in Rome, Italy? Time and again you will need a professional developer to help you out and that’s where we at http://interloperinc.com come in handy. Contact us with your MS Access problems and let us help you out. We work on MS Access, Excel, Visual Basic, C# along with many other technologies.
Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud´s ´scorpion kick´ goal against Crystal Palace in January received the Puskas award for the goal of the year at the Best FIFA football awards in London on Monday.Veteran Juventus and Italy shot-stopper Buffon topped a three-strong shortlist for the goalkeeper award ahead of Real´s Keylor Navas and Bayern Munich´s Manuel Neuer.“I have to speak in English, it is a difficult moment,” said the 39-year-old Buffon.“It is a great honour to receive this award at my age. I am proud.“The last year has been fantastic for Juventus and for me personally. It wasn´t enough to win in Europe.“I would like to finish with a fantastic victory for Italy next summer (at the 2018 World Cup in Russia).”Monday also saw the Puskas Award for the best goal of 2017 go to Arsenal´s Olivier Giroud.The France striker received the award named in honour of Hungary great Ferenc Puskas for a spectacular ´scorpion-kick´ against Crystal Palace in January.“I´m delighted to receive this trophy today in front of legends of football,” said Giroud.The Frenchman´s flicked volley with his left foot that went in off the crossbar won ahead of goals from Venezuela´s Deyna Castellanos, 18, and South African goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke.Meanwhile tournament hosts the Netherlands´ achievement in winning their first major female football title, the 2017 Women´s European Championship, was recognised with Women´s Coach of the Year and Player of the Year awards for Sarina Wiegman and Lieke Martens respectively.Wiegman and Martens were unable to receive their awards in London as [Read More…]
ROME: Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti has been ruled out of Italy’s World Cup qualifier against Macedonia in Turin next week, the Italian football federation announced on Sunday. Coach Giampiero Ventura has called up Cagliari midfielder Nicolo Barella in his place for the clash on October 6 and a friendly against Albania three days later, the federation said without giving any explanation. Verratti played 79 minutes for PSG on Saturday before being substituted in the 6-2 win over Ligue 1 rivals Bordeaux. Higuain is not a problem, says Allegri Italy are second in Group G behind Spain and look set for the playoffs to qualify for the World Cup in Russia next year. Ventura also called up Chievo striker Roberto Inglese in case Torino’s Andrea Belotti is unavailable after picking up a knee injury playing Serie A this weekend. Squad Goalkeepers: Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus), Gianluigi Donnarumma (AC Milan), Mattia Perin (Genoa) Serie A: Juventus host plucky Chievo Defenders: Davide Astori (Fiorentina), Andrea Barzagli (Juventus), Leonardo Bonucci (AC Milan), Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus), Danilo D’Ambrosio (Inter Milan), Matteo Darmian (Manchester United/ENG), Daniele Rugani (Juventus), Leonardo Spinazzola (Atalanta), Davide Zappacosta (Chelsea/ENG) Midfielders: Daniele De Rossi (AS Roma), Marco Parolo (Lazio), Lorenzo Pellegrini (AS Roma), Federico Bernardeschi (Juventus), Antonio Candreva (Inter Milan), Stephan El Shaarawy (AS Roma), Lorenzo Insigne (Napoli), Simone Verdi (Bologna) Strikers: Andrea Belotti (Torino), Eder Citadin Martins (Inter Milan), Manolo Gabbiadini (Southampton/ENG), Ciro Immobile (Lazio), Roberto Inglese (Chievo) The post Italy suffer Verratti injury blow appeared first on The Express Tribune. Click [Read More…]
LONDON: Wayne Rooney has insisted there will be no going back on his decision to retire from England duty in a bid to at last enjoy a successful World Cup campaign. The former England captain, charged with drink-driving on Friday, retired from international football last month having scored a national record 53 goals in 119 appearances that included three World Cups and three European Championships. And the Everton striker said even the fact that the 2018 World Cup in Russia was on the horizon would not lead him to change his decision.“My mind’s made up,” he told talkSPORT radio on Sunday. “I’ve seen it a few times when players come out of retirement and gone to tournaments and it’s not right.“I think the lads now who are trying to qualify for Russia, if they get there they’re the players who will deserve to play in the tournament, so my decision is made.” Rooney made his move despite England manager Gareth Southgate offering to recall him for the World Cup qualifier against Malta on Friday, a match England won 4-0.England have won the World Cup just once, on home soil back in 1966 and Rooney’s three editions all ended in bitter disappointment. He was shown a red card during the 2006 quarter-final defeat by Portugal, with England suffering a second-round loss to Germany in 2010 and failing to get out of their initial group in Brazil four years later. Rooney said he had been particularly angered by the conduct of then [Read More…]
MADRID: Italy’s plans for a vital World Cup qualifier away to Spain on Saturday were dealt a huge blow when veteran defender Giorgio Chiellini injured a calf muscle in training on Friday. Victory for either side at a sold-out Santiago Bernabeu is likely to be decisive in deciding which side qualifies directly for the World Cup in Russia next year. However, Italy boss Giampiero Ventura insisted his side won’t be cowed by the atmosphere despite losing one of their most experienced players. “Those that do this job know what they can expect in big games against great players in important stadiums like this,” Ventura told reporters on Friday. “There are no crocodiles or snakes on the field. The problem is the opponent who have a lot of quality.” Both countries are tied on 16 points atop Group G of European qualifying with second place only good enough for a perilous two-legged play-off in November. However, a 1-1 draw when the sides met in Turin last October and a better goal difference means Spain hold the upper hand. “We can’t predict the future, but we recognise the importance of the game. For sure, that has not escaped us,” said Spain boss Julen Lopetegui. “After this game we have three more that we have to play and win, but the objective is to beat a great Italian team.” Lopetegui is unbeaten in 10 games as national team boss since Vicente del Bosque’s successful reign was brought to an end by a 2-0 defeat [Read More…]
MADRID: Spain must overcome their recent struggles against Italy when they host the Azzurri in a crucial World Cup qualifier here on Saturday (tomorrow), a game where the victor will take a giant step towards sealing their place in next year’s tournament in Russia. The two old rivals are locked on 16 points at the top of Group G with four games remaining, winning every game so far aside from their 1-1 draw in Turin last October, although Spain lead the group due to their superior goal difference. Victory at the Santiago Bernabeu would put the 2010 World Cup winners two further wins from guaranteeing top spot in the group and an automatic place in Russia.Defeat would likely see them finish runners up, which means being placed in the November play-offs, with France and Portugal as potential opponents. Spain enjoyed an impressive run of results against Italy between 2008 and 2014, including penalty shoot-out wins in Euro 2008 and the 2013 Confederations Cup and a resounding 4-0 thrashing in the Euro 2012 final, but have failed to win their last three meetings. Spain were overpowered by Antonio Conte’s tactics in their 2-0 defeat in the last 16 of Euro 2016, while a late Daniele de Rossi penalty denied them victory in October’s qualifier, ensuring a 1-1 draw despite long periods of Spain domination. History is on Spain’s side, however, as they have never lost a World Cup qualifier on home soil, winning 46 and drawing nine of all their qualifiers.Julen [Read More…]
This refers to the article, ‘The wonders of Thar’ (Aug 18), by Dr Ramesh Kumar. It was heartrending to read about the serious issues being face by residents of Thar. A majority of children are dying because of the shortage of food and lack of medical facilities. The region lags behind in almost all fields. According to the writer, a current study shows that the region has almost 4,045 schools and a total number of teachers at these schools is 5,230. Around 164,974 children attend these schools. On its surface, the numbers are good. However, in reality, thousands of children are unable to even read their name in Sindhi. The chief minister of Sindh must take steps to resolve these issues. Adnan Dost (Makran) ***** The writer has rightly asserted that the Thar Desert has the potential to become the regional hub for peace and prosperity. According to the writer, the mere mention of Thar automatically evokes the image of an underdeveloped, backward, remote and deserted place where newborn children are dying because of famine, hunger and the lack of food. However, with proper planning this region can be turned into a developed one. World history tells us that all positive developments have been made possible through skills for value addition. Some of the characteristics of the people of Thar are that they are honest, hardworking and highly skilled in the art of sewing, stitching and embroidery. So many young people from Thar are working in garment factories in Karachi [Read More…]
MILAN: Juventus, beaten Champions League finalists twice in the past three seasons, begin the 2017-2018 season looking to extend their current record of six consecutive title wins in Italy’s Serie A. Here, AFP looks at the teams looking to stop Massimiliano Allegri’s men from securing a seventh consecutive league crown. AC Milan An impressive summer spending spree, which included long-time Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci, has boosted hopes at the seven-time European champions who are now owned by a Chinese consortium. Coach Vincenzo Montella has also signed Portugal starlet Andre Silva (Porto), is reportedly on the verge of capturing Fiorentina’s Croatian ace Nikola Kalinic and will recoup M’Baye Niang after his loan spell at Watford ended. The capture of Argentinian Lucas Biglia from Lazio will add muscle to a Milan midfield that is set to feature the attacking talents of Hakan Calhanoglu, Suso, Giacomo Bonaventura and powerful Franck Kessie. Inter Milan Bold predictions last season unravelled even before Frank De Boer was sacked after 85 days and replaced by Stefano Pioli before he, in turn, was shown the door amid a late-season downward spiral that saw Inter slide from Champions League contention to seventh place. Former Roma supremo Luciano Spalletti is now at the helm. Inter’s acquisition of Slovakian central defender Milan Skriniar from Sampdoria, Fiorentina midfielders Matias Vecino and Borja Valero and Brazilian left-back Dalbert (Nice) adds weight to a squad that, on occasion last season, showed glimpses of title-winning ability. Napoli Still searching to emulate the heady days of [Read More…]