Early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last. The ‘Nice to Meet You’ event saw eighteen childcare employers and forty current and past childcare learners form Donegal ETB’s Further Education and Training (FET) Service gather to meet each other to discuss their skills and hear about work experience and employment opportunities.Speaking ahead of the event, Donegal ETB’s Area Training Manager, Vinny McGroary said: “Donegal ETB’s Further Education and Training service is committed to providing education options that offer our learners’ very real opportunities to progress into employment or education after they complete their learning journey with us. “We were delighted to have the opportunity to work with Donegal County Childcare Committee to organise this unique event.“It’s an innovative approach to connecting our highly skilled Early Years learners with local employers who want to offer meaningful work placement and potential employment opportunities in the Early Years Sector across the county.”In welcoming everyone to the event, Donegal County Childcare Committee outgoing Chairperson Mary McGowan said: “Donegal County Childcare Committee has a long established relationship with Donegal ETB – this is very important and I think it’s wonderful we are linking up today to give learners and employers the opportunity to meet.”At the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Seated are Crona Gallagher, Doengal ETB, Dr. Mary O’Kane, Early Years and Lisa McGlynn, Donegal County Childcare Committee. Back from left Tara Maguire, Mairead McFadden, Bridget Casey, Noeleen Killen, Michelle O’Doherty, Mary Kerr and Derbhla Kelly. Photo Clive WassonDr. Mary O’Kane, Early Years at the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Photo Clive WassonNetworking in action at the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Photo Clive WassonMary McDermott, Crona Gallagher and Mairead McFadden at the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Photo Clive WassonThe packed hall at the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Photo Clive WassonNetworking at the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Photo Clive WassonMary McGowan, Chairperson Donegal County Childcare Committee, Dr. Mary O’Kane, Early Years and Vinny McGrory, Donegal ETB at the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Photo Clive WassonCiara Rodgers, Michelle Murray, Community Childcare Centre Letterkenny, Michelle McNamee, Wonder Years and Mary Crawford Wonder Years at the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Photo Clive WassonMary McGowan, Chairperson Donegal County Childcare Committee, Dr. Mary O’Kane, Early Years and Vinny McGrory, Donegal ETB at the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Photo Clive WassonRosealeen Breslin and Caroline Byrne, Ardra Communmity Childcare at the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Photo Clive WassonSuzanne Nic Geidi Comhar Naíonraí Na Gaeltachta, Mary McColgan, Little Dreamers and Edel McDermott at the ‘Nice to Meet You’ event where early childhood care learners and employers from across Donegal gathered for a unique networking event on Thursday last, organised by Donegal Education and Training Board (ETB) and Donegal County Childcare Committee (DCCC). Photo Clive WassonEarly Childhood Care Learners attend ‘Nice to Meet You’ event – Pic Special was last modified: June 14th, 2019 by Shaun KeenanShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
5. Vashi NedomanskyVashi Nedomansky is an editor who has worked with with talented filmmakers like Jerry Bruckheimer, Michel Gondry, and John Landis. He is also a member of Shane Hurlbut‘s team at the Hurlblog. Nedomansky’s video essays are great at tackling specific techniques, like camera movement, framing, and the use of music. 2. Jacob T. SwinneyJacob T. Swinney has made quite a name for himself for his video essays and supercuts. He has since become a contributor for several sites, including Slate, IndieWire, and Fandor.The topics Swinney covers are wide, often focusing on one particular element a director often uses. He often makes supercuts of Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson’s work. His other video essays focus on singular elements like silhouettes, POV shots, lens flares, and fading to white. Vashi also has great pieces on general filmmaking, like the composite of a television script with the final edited sequence. Did we leave your favorite supercut editor off the list? Let us know in the comments below. 4. Rishi KaneriaRishi Kaneria‘s video essays stand out from the others because they often focus on color. These pieces are wonderfully edited and heighten your senses by examining how filmmakers use color for contrast to capture your attention. Kaneria recently shifted focus to another filmmaking staple often not featured — props.Why Props Matter focuses on the objects used to enhance storytelling. Another great addition to these video essays are the incredibly elaborate breakdowns in the descriptions on each video’s page. 6. Leigh SingerLeigh Singer has made several video essays for IndieWire’s Press Play, a source for some of the best video essays available. While there aren’t nearly as many video essays on Singer’s page as others on this list, these videos are still very worthwhile. Each video essay features scenes from tons of different films, so you can easily see how techniques like POV or slow motion have been used over the years. 8. Criterion CollectionWhile not curated by one editor, the Criterion Collection features work made for Criterion. The page contracts many great editors to create video essays on the historical filmmaking icons in the Criterion catalog. The Criterion Collection even features exclusive videos from previously mentioned editors, like kogonada. 7. Andy Schneider & Jonathan Britnell (Burger Fiction)Unlike the other detailed video essays previously listed, Andy Schneider & Jonathan Britnell of Burger Fiction are going for laughs. This makes their supercuts a whole lot of fun to watch. Not all of their supercuts are specific to film or theory, but they do provide plenty of entertainment. They also have a new video posted every Monday. Every filmmaker can learn from these amazing compilations and supercuts. Here are the video essay editors who are creating the best clips.Becoming a filmmaker requires you to study the work of others. That’s truly the best way to hone your skills. These editors have studied countless films themselves, and have created some absolutely stunning work that is engaging, entertaining, and educational. Let’s take a look at editors who are creating the best video essays for others to study and enjoy.1. Tony Zhou (Every Frame a Painting)The Every Frame a Painting series has only been around for a year, yet it is possibly one of the most popular video essay series out there. That’s because Tony Zhou does a masterful job of editing these pieces and his overall storytelling is phenomenal. Not only does Zhou often narrate his pieces, he often uses incredible archive interviews.There’s a good chance you have seen many of his video essays, and thanks to those who donate to his Patreon page, he’s able to continue making these great pieces. Some of his best work examines comedy. Here are a few of my favorite comedic video essays from Tony Zhou. 3. kogonadaThe video essays of kogonada probably show up in your Vimeo feed often, because plenty of these video essays have gone on to become Vimeo Staff Picks. Kogonada has often contributed to the illustrious Criterion Collection as well as sites like Sight & Sound.These video essays frequently dive into the works of popular filmmakers like Stanley Kubrick, Wes Anderson, and Quentin Tarantino. What sets kogonada apart from others, are the video essays on foreign filmmakers like Robert Bresson and Yasujirô Ozu.
Uruguay will be counting on Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani for success at the World CupAlthough Uruguay is a small country with only 3.2 million people, it has produced some big talent.The best-known name is Liverpool striker Luis Suarez, followed by Paris-Saint Germain forward Edinson Cavani and Diego Forlan, now with Japanese club Cerezo Osaka.Forlan was voted the best player at the 2010 World Cup and, despite being a substitute these days, is a valuable piece any team would want to have.Here are five players to watch:LUIS SUAREZLuis Suarez is expected to be Uruguay’s main threat. He is having his best season with Liverpool and could get the team back into the Champions League for the first time since 2010. But he has had his troubles.He missed the start of this season, sitting out the remainder of a 10-game suspension for biting an opponent last season. He also served an eight-game ban for racially abusing a rival player in the Premier League.”He has evolved in his game and his attitude,” Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez said. “Perhaps it’s because of the problems he had in England.”Suarez scored three goals at the 2010 World Cup, and added four when Uruguay won the 2011 Copa America in Argentina. He was named player of the tournament.EDINSON CAVANIEdinson Cavani joined French club Paris Saint-Germain in July 2013 on a five-year contract. The transfer fee was reported at 64 million euros ($84 million), a league record.He has been worth it. He has scored more than 20 goals for PSG and, with Suarez, poses one of the best 1-2 combinations at the World Cup.advertisementCavani’s goals are often spectacular, and he is just as famous for his tireless effort.DIEGO FORLANDiego Forlan was named the best player of the 2010 World Cup and shared the tournament scoring lead with five goals. He also scored twice in Uruguay’s 3-0 win over Paraguay in the 2011 Copa America final.Forlan will be 35 when the World Cup opens and will likely be used in a reserve role this time. Few countries have such a back-up player to enter off the bench.MARTIN CACERESMartin Caceres is a defender who can play several spots on the backline.Known for his strong passing game, he is a compliment to the aerial game of fellow defender Diego Lugano.DIEGO LUGANODiego Lugano is Uruguay’s inspirational captain, and he symbolizes the national team’s rough-and-tough style, known in Spanish as “garra.”The central defender joined West Bromwich Albion in 2013. He’s been having trouble getting playing time in England, which is a worry. So is a knee injury he picked up in a friendly in match in March against Austria.Lugano is a key player, and Uruguay will need him in top condition.
Robert Lewandowski struck twice and Arjen Robben netted with a rare diving header as champions Bayern Munich came from a goal down to win 3-1 at Mainz 05 to reclaim top spot in the Bundesliga on Friday. (Latest Football stories)The Bavarians have 30 points from 13 games, ahead on goal difference of promoted RB Leipzig who host Schalke 04 on Saturday when Hertha Berlin, third on 24, travel to VfL Wolfsburg.Hot-shot Poland international Lewandowski has now scored twice in each of his last four visits to Mainz, a league record.”We have not played as good as we did in the first half for some time,” Dutch winger Robben told reporters. “We should have scored more goals.”Bayern went behind after four minutes when powerful Colombian striker Jhon Cordoba charged past Javi Martinez and drilled an unstoppable low shot past keeper Manuel Neuer.Lewandowski equalised four minutes later with a tidy finish from a fine through ball by Robben.Thomas Mueller, without a goal this season, could have put the visitors ahead but his point-blank effort was kicked away by keeper Jonas Loessl.Mueller turned provider and Robben beat Loessl with a well-timed header to put the champions ahead in the 21st minute.Lewandowski then grabbed his ninth league goal of the campaign in stoppage time at the end of the game.Bayern have now chalked up two Bundesliga wins in a row after suffering their first defeat of the season against Borussia Dortmund on Nov. 19.Mainz remained in ninth place on 17 points.advertisement
Staff from the Touch Football Australia (TFA) national office, state offices, New South Wales Touch Football and Queensland Touch Football and their regions converged on NRL Central last week to take part in the NRL-TFA Strategic Alliance Activation Conference. The staff spent two days in Sydney learning more about the two organisation’s partnership and ways the two sports can work together to become Australia’s largest sporting community. The conference included overviews of both sports, structure and operation of game development, relationship objectives and implementing local partnership plans, as well as interaction with key specialist areas including welfare, media, interaction and alignment of school programs as well as sport education. NRL Chief Executive, David Smith and NRL Head of Football, Todd Greenberg also spoke to the group at different stages of the conference about their excitement of the alliance. Touch Football Australia Chief Executive, Colm Maguire said the conference was an ‘outstanding success’. “The conference truly opened people’s minds to the opportunities we have to really change the sporting landscape. To have the vast majority of the employed staff throughout Australia in the room, contributing to the direction and ultimately buying into our strategy was energising.” “The contribution of all attendees will further guide the direction of our alliance and we hope it gave a deeper level of understanding to why TFA have progressed this partnership. Both Dave Smith and Todd Greenberg conveyed the excitement they have for what can be achieved and the benefit of working in a true partnership. We all now have a responsibility to make this partnership work and I am certain that when we do, it will be the most incredible outcome for both Rugby League and Touch Football.””I thank all presenters and attendees for the commitment to the conference,” Maguire said. Related LinksNRL-TFA Conference
OSU then-freshman attacker Cian Dabrowski (14) during a game against Maryland on May 1. Credit: Courtesy of Ben SolomanSenior attackman Cian Dabrowski said she believes the leadership and influence of the senior class will lead the Ohio State women’s lacrosse team to reach new heights this season on the heels of a 13-8 campaign.Dabrowski enters her senior season coming off a 2015 season for the books. She is the team’s active leader with 69 goals and 25 assists and she scored a team-high four goals when OSU knocked off No. 1 Maryland in the semifinals of the 2015 Big Ten tournament. This broke the Terrapins’ 27-game winning streak and gave the Buckeyes their first win over a top-ranked team in program history.“That was my favorite moment of my career as a Buckeye,” Dabrowski said. “No one really expected us to beat them, so it made that victory so much sweeter, and we all take a lot of pride in that game.”Going into the 2016 season, Dabrowski said she wants to continue the success the team has had in the past as different people step up and fill new roles.“Our team’s goals this year revolve around trying to build off of a great season last year and continuing to grow,” Dabrowski said. “We proved to be a big threat in our conference, as well as in the country, so continuing with that elite mentality is something we work on everyday.”Dabrowski said her personal role on the squad has evolved drastically since her freshman year.“We had some phenomenal players my first few years, so it was my job to learn from them and find a way to complement them,” Dabrowski said. “Now it’s my opportunity to put everything I’ve learned to work, and I’m looking forward to having more trust and assurance from my teammates when I have the ball.”OSU then-freshman attacker Cian Dabrowski (14) celebrates with teammates after a goal during a game against Maryland on May 1. Credit: Courtesy of Ben SolomanCoach Alexis Venechanos, in her sixth year at the helm for the Buckeyes, said Dabrowski and the rest of the senior class have always had great leaders above them, and she expects them to carry that quality on to their younger teammates.“I think Cian is really taking on the leadership role well,” Venechanos said. “She’s taking some of these newcomers under her wing in the attacking end, and she’s working well with our returners and some players who need a little more game experience.”Dabrowski said having nine teammates in her class brings a sense of variable leadership, which is reflected throughout the entire team.“Looking at nine of us for leadership is a blessing for our team, because it allows for so much diversity, and that unifies us with the younger girls,” Dabrowski said. “Our senior class is the most determined, hardworking and passionate group of girls that I am fortunate enough to call my teammates.”Venechanos said she is excited to see how Dabrowski will influence her team this season.“In the big stage, Cian is clutch,” Venechanos said. “She will be a person we will look up to both on and off the field this year.”Growing up in a lacrosse and hockey family, Dabrowski said she has a different perception of the game, which is something that she said she can use to her advantage as a leader.“I hope to continue to use this to my advantage in the upcoming season by inspiring my teammates to approach things differently,” Dabrowski said. “This is something that the Buckeye lacrosse atmosphere motivates me to do, while continuing with our own traditions, it can be truly humbling.”Venechanos said Dabrowski is a phenomenal player and an even better person, making her the ideal leader for the team. The hype around the Canadian product led to her being one of three OSU players named to the Big Ten’s players to watch list on Monday.“She has this great sense of self-confidence and never gets flustered when she makes a mistake,” Venechanos said. “She has this poise around her, and I’m really impressed with her competitiveness and determination.” Dabrowski and the Buckeyes are set to kick off their 2016 season on Feb. 13 against Detroit at 3:30 p.m. at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.
Fresh off a win that moved Ohio State into solo first in the Big Ten East Division, coach Urban Meyer met with the media to discuss the win against Michigan State and an upcoming matchup with Minnesota.Meyer praised the offensive performance against Michigan state, but added the Buckeyes have room to improve defensively as they prepare for a Minnesota team that gives “relentless effort.” He also addressed the play of a few particular Buckeyes and said one OSU sophomore made a big play on a broken foot during Saturday’s 49-37 win in East Lansing, Mich.He said sophomore H-back Dontre Wilson has a broken foot. “He actually caught a touchdown pass with a broken foot.”Wilson is “out for a few weeks,” Meyer said. Added he might have to have a pin put in his foot.He said the Buckeyes are “fortunate” and “blessed” to have both Barrett and injured senior quarterback Braxton Miller set to return to OSU next season.Meyer said the Buckeyes “played their best game” against Michigan State, but added there’s still a lot of room for improvement.Meyer said the players to grade as champions on defense were sophomore safety Vonn Bell, senior defensive lineman Michael Bennett and senior cornerback Doran Grant. Grant was the defensive player of the game.He said the players who graded out as champions on offense were senior wide receiver Evan Spencer, sophomore H-back Jalin Marshall, redshirt-sophomore wide receiver Michael Thomas, senior tight end Jeff Heuerman, redshirt-sophomore offensive lineman Pat Elflein and redshirt-freshman offensive lineman Billy Price.Meyer on Spencer: “He’s my MVP, as far as just all around what we ask him to do.”He said the offensive players of the game were junior offensive lineman Jacoby Boren, redshirt-freshman quarterback J.T. Barrett, senior wide receiver Devin Smith and sophomore running back Ezekiel Elliott.Meyer said Devin Smith played his best game against Michigan State.Meyer said Spencer and redshirt-junior wide receiver Corey Smith were the top special teams players. He said Corey Smith should be in the wide receiver rotation going forward.He praised Minnesota coach Jerry Kill and called him a friend. He added Minnesota gives “relentless effort” and is “very well coached.”Meyer on moving on from the win at Michigan State: “We’re done with the celebration part, now we’re learning from it. The players will receive their directive tomorrow, and now we’re moving forward.”Meyer on performance against Michigan State: “We didn’t play as well as we could on defense, and we expect to play much better.”He said Barrett has to be in the Heisman Trophy conversation statistically, but conceded he hadn’t watched many other players nationally.Meyer on the offensive performance against the Spartans: “It’s our best performance we’ve had since we’ve been here.”He said he’s “upset” that the Buckeyes haven’t found a strong rotation on the defensive line.Meyer said he’s very comfortable with redshirt-freshman H-back Jalin Marshall running the wildcat. Added the Buckeyes have “a couple passes ready for” Marshall.He said Barrett’s biggest improvement has come from his “understanding of the game.”Meyer: “Early in the season, we were not a great team.”“This is the most improved team I’ve been apart of,” he said.Meyer praised the play of OSU’s wide receivers, said he’s comfortable with that group for the first time in a long time.The Buckeyes are scheduled to play Minnesota on Saturday in Minneapolis. Kickoff is set for noon.
Wisconsin quarterback Alex Hornibrook (12), under pressure, puts the ball in the air against Michigan on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016, at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich. The host Wolverines won, 14-7. Credit: Courtesy of TNSLocation: Madison, Wisconsin2016 record: 11–3 (7–2)Head coach: Paul Chryst2017 record so far: 2-0All-time record vs. OSU: 18-58What has happened thus far in 2017Wisconsin made quick work of Utah State and Florida Atlantic, outscoring both by a combined score of 90-24. Its offense rode the legs of two running backs, freshman phenom Jonathan Taylor and redshirt sophomore Bradrick Shaw. Taylor ran all over Florida Atlantic, racking up 223 yards and three touchdowns. Defensively, the Badgers have been lights out against their opponents, limiting them to an average of only 276 yards per game and just 24 total points. Wisconsin travels to Provo, Utah, to take on BYU in its next test Saturday.Impact playerWhile eyes might gravitate to 6-foot-6, 249-pound senior tight end Troy Fumagalli, the Badgers’ season hinges on the play of redshirt sophomore quarterback Alex Hornibrook. He’s been steady through the team’s first two games, throwing for 445 total yards and four touchdowns with one interception. Hornibrook grew into the starting role last season, and though his numbers from a season ago indicate he might not put up eye-popping stats, he should be able to, at least, remain a steady presence for the team under center.StrengthsWisconsin fields another all-around solid team in 2017. There’s plenty of talent on both sides of the ball, but the Badgers’ offensive line has the potential to be the best unit on the team. If redshirt sophomore left guard Jon Dietzen can stay healthy, the line could provide Hornibrook with some of the best protection in the conference. With Taylor and Shaw also lining up in the backfield, Wisconsin boasts its latest grouping of talented running backs.WeaknessesYou’ll be hard-pressed to find someone willing to pencil a different Big Ten West team ahead of Wisconsin. Why? The Badgers are extremely talented and have one of the easiest schedules in the country, with neither Ohio State nor Penn State on the docket. The problem with the Badgers last year, though, was their inability to close out games, losing by seven points to Michigan, to Ohio State in overtime and then to the Nittany Lions in the conference-title bout. Wisconsin must come out on top in those kind of matchups if it is to take the next step this season.
Barcelona defender Samuel Umtiti believes that a transfer for Neymar to arch-rivals Real Madrid is something that is completely out of their controlDespite having only left Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain last summer in a world-record €222m deal, Neymar has been strongly linked with a return to La Liga after being reportedly discontent with life in the French capital.The Brazilian international has been targeted by Real with Florentino Perez having been known to have harboured a long held desire to see Neymar in the famous white shirt at the Santiago Bernabeu.Recently, PSG have announced that they have no interest in parting ways with their prized asset this summer. But the rumours have persisted with Neymar reportedly keen on joining Real.Fati and Suarez shine against Valencia at Camp Nou Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 15, 2019 With a mesmerizing first half from Ansu Fati and a brace from Luis Suarez in the second half, Barcelona demolished Valencia at Camp Nou.Valencia…“In football, anything is possible. Just because you played for Barca that doesn’t mean you can’t go to Real. If he wants to go, and Real wants him, it will be done.” Umtiti told Canal+.After suffering a metatarsal injury in PSG’s 3-0 win over Marseille in February, Neymar has been absent from the PSG side. But coach Unai Emery has previously revealed that he is confident that the star will return in time for the end of the season games.
Former Arsenal forward Nicklas Bendtner has been omitted from Denmark’s final 23-man squad for this summer’s World Cup, reports The LocalThe 30-year-old has reinserted himself into the Denmark squad after a two-year exile due to his rediscovered form with Norwegian side Rosenborg.However, after being named in the 27-man preliminary squad for Russia, Bendtner sustained a groin injury while playing for his club and missed Saturday’s goalless draw against Sweden in Stockholm.Joining him in missing out on a place for the World Cup are Andreas Bjelland, Mike Jensen and Peter Ankersen.“Bendtner and Bjelland are out because we don’t think they’ll be fit for the first match against Peru. It’s too soon. That match will be very important. And we have swapped Mike Jensen with (Michael) Krohn-Dehli [of Spanish club Deportivo de La Coruña, ed.],” Hareide said in a video posted to the Danish football association’s Twitter account.The Norwegian coach explained that, despite both Bendtner and Bjelland having returned to full training, their readiness for Denmark’s World Cup opener against France remained doubtful and so, therefore, he decided to omit them.“We are looking at the Peru match because it is so important for us. We are probably battling with Peru and Australia for second place. So it is important to get a good start, so we need players who are in form,” Hareide said.Euro 2020 qualifiers round up from group D George Patchias – September 5, 2019 In Euro 2020 qualifying group D, Denmark hit Gibraltar for six while Ireland and Switzerland played out a draw.The Danes made easy work of…“Bjelland and Bendtner have been in training after injuries and we don’t think they’ll be fit for the first match,” he added.On how Bendtner took the news, Age added: “Bendtner stood up and asked whether he could say something, and then wished the team good luck with the job in Russia. That’s how it is. It’s become a close-knit group, and it is just as hard for the players [to leave someone out] as it is for me.”Denmark’s full squad for the 2018 World Cup:Goalkeepers: Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester/ENG), Jonas Lössl (Huddersfield ENG), Frederik Rønnow (Brøndby.Defenders: Simon Kjær (Sevilla/ESP), Andreas Christensen (Chelsea/ENG), Mathias ‘Zanka’ Jørgensen (Huddersfield/ENG), Jannik Vestergaard (Borussia Mönchengladbach/GER), Henrik Dalsgaard (Brentford/ENG), Jens Stryger Larsen (Udinese/ITA), Jonas Knudsen (Ipswich/ENG).Midfielders: William Kvist (F.C. Copenhagen), Thomas Delaney (Werder Bremen/GER), Lukas Lerager (Bordeaux/FRA) Lasse Schöne (Ajax/NED), Christian Eriksen (Tottenham Hotspur/ENG), Michael Krohn-Dehli (Deportivo La Coruña/ESP).Forwards: Pione Sisto (Celta Vigo/ESP), Martin Braithwaite (Bordeaux/FRA), Andreas Cornelius (Atalanta/ITA), Viktor Fischer (F.C. Copenhagen), Yussuf Poulsen (RB Leipzig/GER), Nicolai Jørgensen, (Feyenoord/NED), Kasper Dolberg (Ajax/NED).