Zlatan Ibrahimovic has no place for others but himself in his Dream XI

first_imgZlatan Ibrahimovic is one of the most entertaining footballers in the world, both on and off the pitch. Ibrahimovic continues to amuse the world with his baffling goals, most impressive football skills and most importantly his admiration for self.From calling himself a King to a God, Zlatan has assumed almost every larger-than-life title for himself.On Monday, Zlatan went a level ahead to prove his love and admiration for self by picking himself XI times in his best XI. Not only the players but he also suggested that maybe he himself will be the manager.Zlatan took to Facebook to share his Favourite team of all time and ended up selecting 11 Ibrahimovic.Currently plying his trade in Major Soccer League, Ibrahimovic is scoring goals for fun at LA Galaxy. Former Manchester United striker has netted the ball 13 times in 15 games so far.LA Galaxy is currently ranked second in the Western Conference, behind a rampant LAFC led by Carlo Vela, the league’s leader in goals and assists.Ibrahimovic is currently the third-most decorated active footballer in the world, having won 31 trophies in his career. And the Swedish striker has scored over 520 senior career goals for club and country.After a brief stint with Manchester United, where Zlatan won UEFA Europa League and two domestic trophies, Ibrahimovi joined LA Galaxy in 2018.advertisementIbrahimovic is one of ten players to have made 100 or more appearances for the Swedish national team, over a 15-year international career. He is the country’s all-time leading goal scorer with 62 goals.Also Read | Copa America 2019: Brazil beat Peru 3-1 to clinch 1st title since 2007Also See:last_img read more

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Education Ministry to Work Closer With Nurses on ‘Zero-To-Three’ Initiative

first_img “The Ministry believes nurses and midwives have a crucial role to play, especially in early stimulation and pre-education years from three months to three-plus years, and even further in the early-childhood levels from three to eight months to five years of age. This means we must look closer and work far more strategically with you, our health sector colleagues and partners,” he told the nurses. Addressing the opening of the 28th Nursing and Midwifery Research Conference at the University of the West Indies School of Nursing on Thursday (May 24), Senator Reid said nurses and midwives are professionals who are often involved in the first point of contact with babies after birth, and they can help with the development of infants. Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says the Ministry intends to partner more with nurses and midwives in the roll-out of the ‘Zero-to-Three’ initiative. Story Highlights Minister of Education, Youth and Information, Senator the Hon. Ruel Reid, says the Ministry intends to partner more with nurses and midwives in the roll-out of the ‘Zero-to-Three’ initiative.Addressing the opening of the 28th Nursing and Midwifery Research Conference at the University of the West Indies School of Nursing on Thursday (May 24), Senator Reid said nurses and midwives are professionals who are often involved in the first point of contact with babies after birth, and they can help with the development of infants.“Across the world, the nursing profession has had a long history of raising concerns and lobbying for changes on matters to do with ethics and healthcare practices. This lies at the heart of what attracted many to the profession in the first place,” Mr. Reid said.“The Ministry believes nurses and midwives have a crucial role to play, especially in early stimulation and pre-education years from three months to three-plus years, and even further in the early-childhood levels from three to eight months to five years of age. This means we must look closer and work far more strategically with you, our health sector colleagues and partners,” he told the nurses.Mr. Reid said in addition to this, the Ministry will be seeking to partner with the UWI School of Nursing, Mona, in other ways that will benefit the nation in the long run.“Jamaican nurses have also developed a most outstanding reputation of not only being well-trained but also generally professional in the delivery of patient care, whether they practise in Jamaica or are ambassadors for Jamaica serving elsewhere in the world,” Mr. Reid said.“This conference will, therefore, allow for the sharing of experiences, new challenges and new paradigms drawn from across the globe and how these may have an impact locally,” he said.Meanwhile, Senator Reid encouraged the UWI School of Nursing to transform its training and testing procedures for students with more use of technology, similar to how the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC) is now working on online examination for Jamaican students to do some of their CXC tests from their homes.He said with more online services available for the training and testing of nurses, underserved people in the region who have access to the Internet will be better able to participate and pay for the services that can be taught through theory.“One of the challenges with the structure of the University of the West Indies is that smaller territories are generally being underserved, because you [the students] have to move from smaller territories to campuses of the University. Over time, the cost becomes very competitive, and we can use technology to reduce the cost of delivery of education and training,” the Minister said.The Nursing and Midwifery Research Conference is being held from May 24 to 25 under the theme ‘Promoting excellence in patient care through evidence-based nursing and midwifery practice’.The objectives of the conference are to inform nurses and midwives of new technology and best practices available in the sector, and to hear their concerns regarding the development of Jamaica’s health sector.last_img read more

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