The Leicester City manager Claude Puel has said the match against Southampton tomorrow night at King Power Stadium will be very difficultLeicester City will play tomorrow night in the Carabao Cup against Southampton at King Power Stadium.And for manager Claude Puel, the match will be difficult, but they will treat it with the dignity it deserves.“I need to see my players and look at their recovery,” Puel told LeicestershireLive.Maguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“Maguire and Ghezzal are definitely not going to play – they will not be available.”“I don’t know for the moment what players we can use against Southampton but I’m sure we will continue with the spirit and we want to perform in this cup because it’s important for the squad, important for the club,” he explained.“It’s a possibility to win something at the end of the season and we will give our best every time and we will see the players at the start. We have to manage all the things and difficulties.”“The cup is important for us,” he concluded.
August 12, 2019 County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher and USD launch Innovate-Up business program Posted: August 12, 2019 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher and the University of San Diego launched a small business accelerator program today for the communities of Chollas, City Heights, Encanto, Linda Vista, Rolando and Redwood Village.The Innovate-Up program will leverage roughly $1.5 million in resources from the county and USD to support and invest in local businesses. The program is funded in part by a $300,000 grant from the county to USD’sBrink Small Business Development Center.Starting later this month, Innovate-Up will begin hosting free weekly workshops to offer one-on-one consulting and small group meetings between small business owners and industry leaders, county staff and USD faculty.At each meeting, business owners will learn about how to bid on local government or university contracts, branding and marketing, how to attract seed money and how to certify a business as veteran-owned, women-owned or minority- owned.“Innovative products and new technologies don’t just come from people living in Silicon Valley; I believe we have that same caliber of an entrepreneur living in Encanto, Chollas, City Heights, Rolando, Redwood and Linda Vista,” Fletcher said. “Innovate-Up will cultivate our homegrown talent, and help them to make a lasting impact on their community.”The first Innovate-Up workshop is scheduled for Aug. 22 at the Malcolm X Library. Small business owners can find a full list of Innovate-Up workshops and sign up for them at innovate-up.com/events. Program organizers can also be contacted at 619-260-4547 or [email protected] KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom