“We showed character and I have to say that in terms of intensity we started from where we left off. We went through a very hard period, it wasn’t even easy to train for the health emergency.” Gattuso was pleased with the way his side performed after the Belgian’s 41st-minute strike. “After Mertens’ goal we had a sort of liberation and we expressed ourselves better,” he said. “The boys are giving everything both in terms of commitment and availability. Now we will play the final with our weapons. If we continue on this path we can take great satisfaction from ourselves.” Napoli will face Juventus in the final in Rome on Wednesday and while Italian football has now restarted, Gattuso stressed the tragedy of the coronavirus pandemic will never be forgotten. read also:Gattuso adopts Whatsapp coaching as lock-down reigns ‘We lost thousands of people. The world has changed,” he said. “Even coming to the stadium with masks and sitting far away from people in the street – all of it is strange but none of it compares to the devastation of losing so many people.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Dries Mertens became the Serie A club’s outright all-time leading goalscorer, cancelling out Christian Eriksen’s opener in Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Stadio San Paolo. The result was enough to send Napoli through to the final against Juventus thanks to a 2-1 aggregate win in the semi-final. Gattuso’s sister Francesca died aged 37 earlier this month and the Napoli coach dedicated his side’s progression to her, while hailing his players. “I dedicate this result to my sister and my family,” he said, via the club’s website. “The guys were extraordinary for the dedication they put on the pitch. I thank them because they played for me and they were close. “I have a team that has great quality, but there was [a will] to suffer because not all the mechanisms went in the right direction. After the first very naive goal conceded it was not easy to go back up.Advertisement Gennaro Gattuso thanked his Napoli players for their “extraordinary” dedication after they drew with Inter to reach the Coppa Italia final. Loading… Promoted Content6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top15 Celebs Whose Careers Were Thwarted After One Simple Mistake10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksThese Are India’s 7 Most Stunning ModelsTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldUse Your Zodiac Signs To Find A Perfect Job9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A Tattoo6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True
Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error “Some of us pass away early and some live until they’re 104. That’s obviously part of everybody’s deal. But other than that, he’s somebody who’s such a competitor that he wants to compete as long as he can,” Popovich said. “He does the things he needs to do with his body, both in what he puts in his body and how he works his body out so he can play as long as possible. That’s what drives him.”And with Bryant’s determination not enough, that left Popovich offering sympathy to the Lakers’ star.“When somebody like that in that stature goes down, it’s not good for everybody,” Popovich said. “Obviously for his team, but for the league as well.” Change the channelTNT canceled its plans Friday to televise the Lakers’ home game at Staples Center against the New York Knicks on March 12. Earlier this week, ESPN dropped the Lakers’ game in New York on Feb. 1, as the two teams have a combined 19-67 record. The scheduled Lakers’ game against the Oklahoma City Thunder on March 2 had also changed for the second time in less than a week. After ABC dumped its plan to telecast the game at 12:30 p.m. and shifted the time to 6:30 p.m., ESPN has since picked up the game and will move the time up to 3:30 p.m. SAN ANTONIO — Amid all the success San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich enjoyed through five NBA championship runs, there remained one central figure that made his blood pressure boil on the sideline.His name is Kobe Bryant, the Lakers’ star winning two of his five NBA championships after playing a role in eliminating the Spurs in the postseason. But with the 36-year-old Bryant having a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder that could sideline him for the rest of the 2014-15 season, Popovich looked at those frustrating times with nostalgia. “I can think of a lot of shots Kobe made that basically knocked us out,” Popovich said before the Lakers (12-31) faced the Spurs (27-17) on Friday at AT&T Center. “In an odd, weird sort of way, I sort of enjoy it. When they don’t play anymore, you get to say, Wow, I got to see so and so play. He’s one of those kind of guys.”Bryant fits that mold partly because he has overcome extensive injuries in his 19-year career. In the past two years, Bryant suffered season-ending injuries to his left Achilles tendon and left knee before eventually returning.
International carrier InselAir will start operating flights from Boa Vista to Georgetown, beginning July 4, 2016.InselAir’s friendly and multilingual staff in combination with a comfortable ‘Regional 70’ jet will take you quickly and conveniently from Boa Vista to Georgetown in 65 minutes.On board, passengers have the possibility to win back their ticket in Insel StarMiles during the famous and unique Onboard Raffle.Passengers enjoy luggage allowance of one free checked bag and ample legroom. Comfort Class passengers enjoy, among others, pre-boarding, access to business lounges, extra legroom and extra luggage allowance.Tickets can be purchased at any InselAir ticket office Eduardo Gomes–Manaus International Airport, via local and online travel agents and via www.fly-inselair.com.Passengers from Boa Vista can conveniently and seamlessly connect to InselAir’s extensive network of 26 destinations in the Pan-American region. In just 120 minutes from Georgetown destinations such as Miami, Santo Domingo and St Maarten are now easily accessible through InselAir’s hub in Curacao. Furthermore, InselAir offers its passengers one free stopover, making it easy and attractive for passengers to combine two destinations.Since 2006 InselAir has grown to be one of the best airlines in providing international flexible connectivity to North and South America as well as the Caribbean region.Due to frequent flights and very short flight time between InselAir’s home-base Curaçao and its hub in Aruba, in combination with its extensive network destinations, InselAir provides passengers great connectivity.InselAir’s interline partnerships (which include, amongst others, Air Berlin, KLM/Air France, Winair, Avianca and GOL) and code shares (KLM/Air France) add further value to this connectivity, allowing its passengers to connect throughout the world.InselAir is the largest Caribbean-based airline and expects to carry 1.4 million passengers this year, employs around 750 people, offers approximately 70 daily flights to 26 destinations and plans to grow to 30 destinations in 2016.InselAir’s fleet consist of 18 aircraft (7 x McDonnell Douglas, 3 x Fokker 70, 6 x Fokker 50 and 2 x Embraer Bandeirante) and is adding more aircraft to its fleet in 2016.Destinations in South America include: Manaus, Boa Vista, Georgetown, Paramaribo, Caracas, Barquisimeto, Las Piedras, Maracaibo, Valencia, Barranquilla, Medellin, Quito and destinations in the Caribbean include Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Havana, Holguin, Santiago de Cuba, Santa Clara, Camaguey, St Maarten, Port-of-Spain, San Juan, Santo Domingo, Port-au-Prince, Kingston and Miami in the USA.