Hours before, the entity’s CEO, Peter Moore, sent a message to the managers of the Merseyside supermarkets. “Our stadium employees are volunteering their time and experience to help with crowd control, queue management, parking control, helping the elderly and infirm to bring their food to their cars, etc. They are truly the best and would be delighted to help you in any way you deem appropriate and safe, “he wrote on Twitter. The current European champion also confirmed that,” prioritizing the health and safety “of his fans and workers, he has decided to close its Bootroom restaurant as well as its official stores in the UK and Ireland from March 18 to April 4. The Anfield museum tour will also be closed. “The club understands that some fans may be disappointed. However, given the government’s latest advice on social distancing, we believe it is our duty to take decisive measures to protect our supporters and staff, “said the ‘network’ entity. Liverpool FC has confirmed the closure of all its facilities this Sunday and has offered the help of Anfield employees to nearby supermarkets. and he has asked fans for donations to help buy food for those affected by the coronavirus crisis. “The club is committed to continuing to help its community and those most in need. We have appealed to fans to donate food at Anfield. However, since these locations will remain closed until April 4, we encourage anyone to do so. want to make a donation via text message, “the statement said. The cost of the messages will go directly to Merseyside County Food Banks.
Tags: Noordin Bunjoproline fctadeo lwangatopUganda Cupvipers sc Bonyo (left) celebrates scoring the winner on Tuesday (Photo by Proline Media)Stanbic Uganda Cup-Quarter finals Proline FC 2-1(aet) Vipers SCStarTimes Stadium, LugogoTuesday, 12-03-2019LUGOGO – Vipers SC continued their miserable 2018/19 season as they were dumped out of the Stanbic Uganda Cup on Tuesday.The Kitende based side who were eliminated from the Caf competitions in the early stages and are currently second in the league, four points behind leaders KCCA FC, lost 2-1 to Proline at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo.Proline who are currently featuring in the Big League scored through Noordin Bunjo and substitute Ibrahim Bonyo while Vipers’ goal came off Tadeo Lwanga’s head.After a cautious start to the game, Bunjo struck on 24 minutes, justifying Proline’s show of courage in the early exchanges.With things not going according to plan, Vipers made a first half substitution as Moses Waiswa replaced Steven Mukwala.Proline went into the break leading 1-0.Six minutes into the second half, Vipers made their second change as Abraham Ndugwa paved way for veteran striker Hamis Diego Kiiza.In an attempt to add more fresh legs into the game and also try to see out the 1-0 lead, Proline made their first change with Bunjo coming off and replaced by Hakim Kiwanuka on 56 minutes.However, that did not work as Vipers upped the tempo with Dan Sserunkuma rattling the cross bar on 63 minutes.Proline’s best chance to double their lead came 11 minutes later but Bright Anukani missed a free header while an marked in the Vipers area.As fate would have it, the home side were made to pay dearly as Tadeo Lwanga equalized off a header from Ibrahim Kiyemba’s corner on 75 minutes.With the two sides locked at 1-1 after 90 minutes, the game headed into extra time to determine the winner.In the first 15 minutes of the post regulation time, Vipers were dealt a huge blow as Lwanga was forced off with injury and replaced with Rahmat Ssenfuka.Vipers hit the cross bar for the second time in the game when defender Halid Lwaliwa headed Moses Waiswa’s corner kick from the right.Skx minutes to the end of extra time, Bonyo won it for Proline, combining swiftly with fellow substitute Kiwanuka before the former headed in to the net.Vipers could not mount a serious challenge to find the equalizer as Proline ran out 2-1 winners to storm the Cup semi finals.The Big League side now join Express FC, Bright Stars and Kyetume in the last four of the competition.The draws for the semifinal will be held next week.All the Uganda Cup 2018/19 Quarter final results:-Nebbi Central FC 0-1 Bright Stars FC-Kyetume FC 0(4)-0(1) Wakiso Giants FC-Express FC 1-0 Bul FC-Proline FC 2-1 Vipers SCComments
Elaf Travel & Tourism Company Ltd, a subsidiary of SEDCO Holdings, recently unveiled its online business-to-business (B2B) trading platform, which connects the entire Elaf network to establish an unprecedented virtual marketplace of all travel-related businesses. The B2B portal is a one-stop shop to help the team deliver services in a much convenient and efficient manner. It gives individuals a quick and easy access to competitive rates offered by more than 500,000 hotels worldwide, over 150 international airlines, and 1,000 international tour operators. In addition, the platform would showcase all special offerings on car rentals, sightseeing trips, travel insurance and other ancillary services.With its superior technology, ease of navigating and prompt online support, the B2B online platform would allow individuals to customise their vacation planning by using a shopping cart for services such as airline tickets, hotels, transfers, and sightseeing, to name a few. The B2B online platform is also equipped with the latest security systems to make the payment methods safe, secure and reliable.Mohammed M S Binmahfouz, VP Travel Tours and Hajj Umrah, Elaf Travel & Tourism Company said, “The B2B platform has varied functions and features which would enable individuals to track, modify and update their travel plans. An automatic e-mail will be sent to the registered e-mail address after any change. All modifications are stored in the booking history, which can be viewed anytime. The B2B online platform is Elaf Travel & Tourism Company’s commitment to offer seamless customer service to all its clients, keeping in mind the increased usage of technology and automation in the travel industry. We aim to enhance the customer interaction level and improve staff productivity through the newly launched system. Elaf Travel & Tourism Company Group would continue its strategy of high investment in the implementation of technology to ensure that we take the customer experience to a new level. Our business-to-customer portal will be launched soon followed by a mobile application.”