Apr 172018
Custom Plugin Developers in the Zurich, Switzerland

When existing off-the-shelf plugins don’t work for you, you need custom plugins developed for you. Who does custom plugin development in Zurich, Switzerland? We do at http://interloperinc.com . Contact us and let us know what kind of plugin you need.

Apr 052018
Ecommerce Developers in Zurich, Switzerland

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 Zurich, Switzerland? If not, give us a call and let’s talk.

Mar 232018
MS Access, Excel, Visual Basic and C# developers in Zurich, Switzerland

Need an MS Access programmer, Excel, Visual Basic or C# developer in Zurich, Switzerland? 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.

Mar 282017
Foul-mouthed Messi banned for four Argentina games

ZURICH: Barcelona star Lionel Messi was suspended for four Argentina matches by FIFA on Tuesday for swearing at an assistant referee, a decision the Argentinian federation said had left him feeling “sad”. Messi was found guilty of “having directed insulting words at an assistant referee” in the World Cup qualifier against Chile last Thursday which Argentina won 1-0 thanks to a penalty from the Barcelona hitman. Messi will miss Argentina’s next South American qualifying game against Bolivia, scheduled for later on Tuesday, with the remainder of the suspension served over his country’s subsequent World Cup qualifiers. He was also fined 10,000 Swiss francs (9,350 euros, $10,170), with FIFA saying: “This decision is in line with the FIFA Disciplinary Committee’s previous rulings in similar cases.” Argentina team secretary Jorge Miadosqui, speaking from the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz, immediately confirmed that the federation would appeal the ban. “The federation will appeal as it should,” he said, noting that Messi had not been warned or sanctioned by the referee of the Chile match at the time of the outburst, and nothing had been mentioned in the referee’s match report. “We feel powerless, surprised,” added Miadosqui, noting that the ban came just hours ahead of the match with Bolivia. “I’m angry, Messi is sad, like us. He could have played, he travelled to play, he should have played.” Argentina’s victory over Chile left them in third place overall in the 10-team South American qualifying competition for the World Cup with 22 points from [Read More…]

Jan 102017
FIFA approves expanded 48-team World Cup

ZURICH: FIFA voted to expand the World Cup to 48 teams from 2026 in a victory on Tuesday for its president Gianni Infantino but derided by critics as driven by money and politics. In a deeply divisive move which will enrich scandal-tainted FIFA’s coffers, its ruling council unanimously adopted an expanded format with 16 groups of three nations that will bring “benefits without negatives,” said Infantino. “We have to shape the World Cup of the 21st Century… football is more than Europe and South America,” the FIFA president, who had pushed hard for the change, said after the vote. “Many more countries will have the chance to dream.” It represents the first major alteration to the World Cup since the tournament was boosted from 24 to the current 32 teams for the 1998 tournament in France. But its many critics strongly oppose the latest move and it was branded a “money grab and power grab” by New FIFA Now, a group campaigning for reform of FIFA. Infantino took over the body 11 months ago with a vow to repair the damage done during Sepp Blatter’s tenure by growing football across the globe. Enlarging the World Cup was the centrepiece of that vision, but opponents say a bigger tournament will dilute the quality of play and overburden already exhausted players, particularly in Europe’s money-rich leagues. Football’s powerful European Club Association reiterated its strong opposition, describing the current World Cup model as “the perfect formula”. “We understand that this decision has been [Read More…]

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