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Tag: 上海品茶 Gor Mahia offer Polack two-year contract

first_img“We have just finished our meeting with him and almost all personal terms have been agreed. He will sign the contract in the morning on Thursday and then we unveil him in the afternoon alongside the new players,” club chairman Ambrose Rachier told Capital Sport.Pollack was quickly picked out by the club after Oktay’s resignation with Gor having been placed in a tight situation with no one in the technical bench having the requisite CAF A license to guide the club in Sunday’s CAF Champions League tie away to Burundi’s Aigle Noir.“He was among the top three coaches when we were hiring Oktay so it wasn’t hard to pick out who to replace him. He has the experience working in the continent and so he will not have a hard time fitting in. We expect him to succeed of course and we will give him all the support he needs,” Rachier added.Polack, born in Birmingham, England has had a huge chunk of his career in Finland where he also holds citizenship. He has worked extensively in Ghana between 2007 and 2018 where he has coached King Feisal Babes, Berekum Chelsea and Kotoko.He will hope to ride on the midas touch that has existed between Gor and English coaches.Bobby Williamson, Frank Nuttall, Dylan Kerr and lately Hassan Oktay who is a Turkish Cypriot with English citizenship have had very good success at Gor.0Shares0000(Visited 6 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Englishman Steven Polack is set to take over as the New Gor Mahia head coach on a two-year deal. PHOTO/CourtesyNAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 7 – Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia have offered English coach Steve Polack a two-year contract to take over as the club’s new boss after the resignation of Hassan Oktay on Tuesday.Pollack, formerly with Asante Kotoko in Ghana arrived in Nairobi on Wednesday afternoon and immediately held talks with the club, agreeing most personal terms.last_img read more

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Tag: 上海品茶 PM Says Jamaica Should Improve Ranking in Doing Business Report Next Year

first_imgStory Highlights Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, says he is expecting Jamaica to have an improved ranking in the World Bank’s Doing Business Report for next year. Addressing the Sixth International Monetary Fund (IMF) High Level Caribbean Forum held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Thursday (November 16), the Prime Minister said despite the fall in ranking, the report has recognised a number of reform programmes being undertaken to enhance the business climate in Jamaica. The Doing Business Report is a yearly report, published by the World Bank, to measure business regulation, business reforms and their enforcement. The report pays special attention to regulations that will impact domestic small and medium-size companies. Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, says he is expecting Jamaica to have an improved ranking in the World Bank’s Doing Business Report for next year.For the Doing Business Report 2018, Jamaica has fallen to 70th position, down from a ranking of 67th.Addressing the Sixth International Monetary Fund (IMF) High Level Caribbean Forum held at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston on Thursday (November 16), the Prime Minister said despite the fall in ranking, the report has recognised a number of reform programmes being undertaken to enhance the business climate in Jamaica.The Doing Business Report is a yearly report, published by the World Bank, to measure business regulation, business reforms and their enforcement. The report pays special attention to regulations that will impact domestic small and medium-size companies.Mr. Holness noted that Jamaica was one of 34 countries whose economy improved the most across three or more ‘doing business’ topics in 2016/2017.“We improved in starting a business. Jamaica made starting a business faster by reinstating next-day service for company incorporation. Jamaica improved reliability of electricity supply in Kingston by investing in the distribution network, through several initiatives, including the installation of smart metres and distribution automation switches,” Mr. Holness said.Jamaica also reduced the time for documentary compliance for importing by implementing a web-based customs data management platform, ASYCUDA World.The Prime Minister said the Government has already started to take several steps to improve Jamaica’s ranking in the report.“A few days ago in our Senate, we passed the National Identification and Registration Act, which will establish a national civil registry and create a national identification system. This will significantly improve commerce, reduce identity aspect of transaction cost, and it will form the basis of creating a digital economy. We will see significant improvements in our ease of doing business index,” he emphasised.last_img read more

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