Keane: “I would have lynched De Gea at rest”

first_imgPremier League* Data updated as of March 2, 2020 The play did not like a former player and commentator like Roy Keane, which ensures that if he had been on the grass he would have finished him: “As a coach or as a player I would have killed him. You would have killed him!” The Englishman does not understand the reason why it took so long to get a ball that did not involve any danger: “He is a goalkeeper too smart. It just takes too long. What are you waiting for?”Keane also explains that at a key moment of the season and with a campaign as mediocre as the one the club is doing, those failures cannot be allowed, since that goal cost him two points: “If you’re going to make a decision, at least make it quick. These are very important moments for United when it comes to entering the Top-4 and if you have an experienced goalkeeper … what are you waiting for?”Cross out the “arrogant” goalkeeper for waiting for the strikers to approach him as if he were trying to get attention: “I think at least he’s a bit arrogant: ‘look at me …’”Finally, the former player explained that after finishing the first part he would have come for him: “I would have lynched him at rest.” David de Gea yesterday made a big mistake in the match that faced Everton and Manchester United (1-1). The Spanish goalkeeper received a ball to play with his feet, but he was entertained for too long and when he wanted to kick long he crossed his path Calvert-lewin. The ball hit the heel of the English striker, who jumped on his back with his leg extended, and went straight to the goal of the red devils. onelast_img read more

Pernod Ricard plans transition to sustainable packaging by 2025

first_imgA Chivas bottling facility in Kilmalid, Scotland. Pernod Ricard plans transition to sustainable packaging by 2025Posted By: Jules Scullyon: April 04, 2019In: Alcohol, Beverage, Business, Environment, Industries, Packaging, Social Responsibility, Social responsibilityPrintEmailPernod Ricard will move to 100% recyclable, compostable, reusable or bio-based packaging by 2025, as the French spirits company unveils a raft of sustainability goals.The owner of Jameson whiskey and Absolut vodka has launched its 2030 Sustainability & Responsibility roadmap, which sets out a range of targets supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.By 2030, the firm aims to reduce the overall intensity of its carbon footprint by 50% in line with the Science-Based Targets initiative. Responding to climate change challenges, Pernod Ricard will also develop regenerative agriculture pilot projects within its own vineyards in eight wine regions: Argentina, California, Cognac, Champagne, Spain, Australia, New Zealand and China. It will then partner with more than 5,000 farmers to share this knowledge further.Alexandre Ricard, Pernod Ricard CEO.In addition to eight main commitments, the company has formed plans to embed a UN Human Rights approach across its value chain, address waste water and move towards fully renewable electricity.Vanessa Wright, Pernod Ricard VP sustainability and responsibility, said: “We know that our customers have now come to expect our brands to be responsible and respectful of the environment – values that have been at the very heart of our business since its inception.“These 2030 commitments provide us with a focused framework across our business in helping to address some of the biggest sustainability issues, so consumers can enjoy our products in a convivial and sustainable way.”Alexandre Ricard, Pernod Ricard CEO, added: “We are 19,000 ‘créateurs de convivialité’ – passionate hosts but also respectful guests on our planet. Sharing our values, respecting our terroirs and promoting responsible consumption are all conditions for sustainable growth. Yesterday, today and tomorrow, we will continue to create for the long term”.In the last eight years, Pernod Ricard has reduced its water consumption per litre of alcohol by 20% and its carbon emissions by 30% per unit of production. Last year, the company pledged to eliminate the use of plastic straws and stirrers.In its most recent quarterly results, Pernod Ricard recorded a 3% rise in quarterly net sales to €2.79 billion, as it was boosted by a strong performance in Asia.Share with your network: Tags: FrancePernod Ricardsustainabilitylast_img read more