Ginebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup title “Of course teams like South Korea, Iran and Saudi Arabia have the same ambition, but Japan has the potential to win the title.”A South Korea side led by free-scoring Tottenham forward Son Heung-min start as favorites to end more than 50 years of Asian Cup hurt.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissIran, Asia’s top-ranked side, also pose a threat to Japan’s hopes, along with holders Australia.But a new-look Japan side are capable of springing an upset, as they proved by reaching the knockout stages of last year’s World Cup in Russia after controversially sacking coach Vahid Halilhodzic in the run-up. Phivolcs: Slim probability of Taal Volcano caldera eruption South Korea’s forward Son Heung-min celebrates after defeating Japan during the men’s football gold medal match at the 2018 Asian Games in Bogor on September 1, 2018. (Photo by Martin BUREAU / AFP)While street-wise South Korea pack a harder punch, former Japan coach Philippe Troussier has tipped the Blue Samurai to push their fierce rivals all the way at the Asian Cup.“Japan have one of the best teams in the competition on paper,” the Frenchman told AFP before hosts United Arab Emirates meet Bahrain in Saturday’s opening match.ADVERTISEMENT South Korea were runners-up to the Socceroos in 2015 and are unbeaten under Bento since exiting the World Cup following a stunning 2-0 victory over holders Germany.Korean firepowerSon sits out South Korea’s first two Asian Cup games under a deal with his Premier League club, but the Taeguk Warriors should still have too much firepower for the Philippines and Kyrgyzstan in their first two Group C fixtures.Elsewhere, Australia appear to have gone backwards since lifting the trophy in Sydney four years ago.New coach Graham Arnold has not been helped by record scorer Tim Cahill’s retirement, while a serious knee injury has ruled playmaker Aaron Mooy out of the tournament.The Emiratis, runners-up as hosts in 1996, have also lost the mercurial Omar Abdulrahman to injury but will also be buzzing after hosting the FIFA Club World Cup last month when local side Al Ain reached the final against Real Madrid.Rivals Qatar will be desperate to make a statement before hosting the 2022 World Cup, despite being under economic blockade from their Gulf neighbors since June 2017 over Doha’s alleged support of terrorism — a charge Qatar denies.The world’s most populous countries — China and cricket-mad India — take part, China once again hoping to make an impact in what looks set to be Marcello Lippi’s last outing as coach.The likes of Kyrgyzstan, war-torn Yemen and Sven-Goran Eriksson’s Philippines, meanwhile, are happy just to have qualified.But Saudi Arabia, who won the last of their three Asian Cup titles in 1996, could factor in the closing stages, while Syria, Uzbekistan and North Korea lurk as dark horses. LATEST STORIES After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk MOST READ Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award View comments Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum Only a stunning comeback by Belgium prevented Japan from reaching the quarter-finals under interim boss Akira Nishino, and veteran defender Yuto Nagatomo insists there is more to come.“We have to believe we can win it,” the Galatasaray full-back told local media. “But all the players need to be at it.”Meanwhile, Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu indulged in some early mind games by claiming his side were long shots to snaffle a record-extending fifth title.“We’re the challengers,” said the former Japan midfielder, who has yet to lose since taking over from Nishino after the World Cup.“Our job is to try and snatch the title back.”ADVERTISEMENT ‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom Calvin Abueva ‘really motivated’ to steer Phoenix back into contender status Hezbollah and crocodilesTroussier steered Japan to the 2000 Asian Cup, where his players trained on a bumpy pitch in Beirut surrounded by bombed-out houses used as hideouts by Hezbollah fighters while Israeli warplanes roared overhead.The Frenchman sees parallels in the current Japan side’s blend of youth and experience.“The fact Japan got to the last 16 at the World Cup will also give them a lot of confidence,” added Troussier. “It’s also a good chance to prepare the younger generation for the next World Cup in 2022.”Meanwhile, Iran coach Carlos Queiroz has called on the country’s football federation to protect his players as they chase a first Asian Cup since completing a hat-trick of titles in 1976.“Iran football officials should learn from the past and must protect us from people who want to distract our concentration,” said the former Real Madrid boss, currently being linked with the Colombia job.“We must be protected from crocodiles.”On the pitch, Iran look settled: a narrow 1-0 defeat to Spain and 1-1 draw with Portugal at the World Cup has been followed by a six-match unbeaten streak.South Korea’s 59-year wait for a third Asian Cup is puzzling for a country that reached the 2002 World Cup semi-finals.But while Australia, Iran and the Emirates are outside bets to win a tournament expanded from 16 to 24 teams, none will relish facing Paulo Bento’s Koreans. 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Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) My Fellow Citizens:We are happy to be back home. We thank the Almighty God for our successful and safe travels. As you know, to achieve the goals outlined in our Agenda for Transformation, we must continue to seek support from our development partners to rebuild the country, expand the economy and create jobs for Liberians. We must also continue to strengthen our peace. This is why I have directed the Justice Ministry and the Joint Security Task Force to take the necessary actions, in keeping with law, to stop the wave of lawlessness which is creeping upon the State.Together, we are trying to become a free, prosperous, just, open, secure and democratic society. This national goal is important because only in such societies can we experience true equality and the full values of our citizenship – where our differences in tribe, age, gender, religion and political associations will not limit what each of us, and our children, can become. It is only in such societies that all Liberians can share in all of the opportunities that the State has to offer, and benefit from the natural resources which we own together. However, building a free, prosperous, just, open, secure and democratic society will not happen simply because we want it to. It will happen if we respect our laws, preserve our peace, respect the rights of each other, and recommit ourselves to continue to work together to make it happen.It means that as we grow in freedom to disagree and to express our disagreements, we must use the law, and apply it equally and fairly, to settle those disagreements. Being law-abiding, even when we disagree with one another, is the only way to secure our society. We can no longer use violence, or threaten to use violence, to express dissatisfactions or settle grievances. As we have all seen, peace is good for all of us, and violence is bad for all of us.In rebuilding our society, we must not confuse the freedom which we now enjoy with lawlessness, which we must avoid. Being free is not an excuse to be lawless, because freedom is protected by the law. This is why no society can be free and, at the same time, be lawless. And so, from expressing disagreements to making claims, and from advocating for an issue to drawing attention to a cause, when we become lawless, we actually take away freedoms and deny rights. We have said repeatedly, and say again today, that this government will continue to protect the rights of citizens to demonstrate and protest. Peaceful demonstrations and protests are forms of free expression which we have vowed to uphold. What we cannot accept, and cannot permit, is to resort to means which threaten our collective peace, to express a disagreement.Where you are aware of the rules to resolve an issue, and you ignore them, you will be held fully responsible, and be made to answer to the law for the consequences of your unlawful action. This is not without exception. In free and democratic societies, claiming a privilege or advocating a position is not a writ to violate the rights of others, or to be lawless. We cannot be a peaceful society and, at the same time, be a lawless society. We cannot be a democratic society and, at the same time, use violence to solve problems. And we cannot be a society in which we demand privileges, and yet violate the fundamental rights of others. The fundamental duty of any democratic government is to protect the rights of all of its citizens. Government exists to protect us from each other. And we will do just that!So, if anybody has something to say, we are always willing to listen. If any citizen feels bad about something, we are always willing to work with you to find a solution. But make no mistake: we will not allow anyone or group to violate the law or undermine our peace without consequences. It is really that simple.A second issue which is not so simple is the issuance of a gag order on an ongoing court proceeding. Prosecuting lawyers sought and obtained the order from the court to minimize what appears to be attempts to provoke a trial in newspapers and on the radios rather than in the courts. We have been made to understand that were we to continue to do this, not only do we risk undermining the ongoing court trial, but also such public discussions as have been cited, locally as well as internationally, as a basis for accused persons to not benefit from a free and fair trial. The possibility, or lack thereof, of accused persons benefitting from free and fair trials is an important condition for extradition.Recently, also, national security information about the Roberts International Airport was grossly distorted and leaked to the press, ostensibly to influence political discontent in the country and distract from the actual criminal charges and allegations of the violation of the public trust which are the subjects of the indictments. To counter this wicked ploy, the government revealed what really amounts to national security information about ongoing procedures and practices at the International Airport. We understand what the lawyers are trying to achieve, and appreciate their efforts to bring all accused persons to properly answer the indictments in the courts of competent jurisdictions. However, this is not just the duty of the lawyers. It is a shared duty of all Liberians to act in ways that will enable our courts to remain the proper venues for the conduct of free and fair trials of all accused persons. We expect that we will continue to do so.However, we also understand the tangential impact of gag orders on free society. Moreover, this leadership has done nothing for which it is ashamed. It has absolutely nothing to hide. We have only been the victims of a warped and criminal mind who, to divert attention from her crime, has rendered evil for good. Therefore, well-intentioned as it is, I am concerned that the timing of this gag order would have offered a contrary impression and risk posing serious questions to our continued commitment to the exercise of free speech in the country.Accordingly, the Justice Ministry has concluded the necessary proceedings with the relevant courts to lift the order. Moreover, I have directed that efforts be multiplied to bring all of the accused persons to trial. And in that light, government responses, whenever necessary, will be measured to avoid undermining the administration of justice in our country, and of equal importance, if not more important, the security of the State.Finally, my Fellow Citizens, I want to close by urging everyone to reject the idea that every time a law is broken, government or society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to reject the notion that it is the government and the administration which is always wrong. It is time to appreciate the limits of tolerance. It is time to restore the universal precept that each individual is accountable for his actions. We cannot allow our fragile peace to slip from our grasp. This requires all Liberians to change their attitude for the good of the nation.May God protect our Republic and strengthen our democracy.
Divock Origi Liverpool have made no contact with Divock Origi over a move to bring him back to the club this January, according to the player’s father.Origi joined the Reds in the summer from Lille for £10m, but the Belgium international was immediately loaned back to the French club for the season.Since then Brendan Rodgers’ side have struggled for goals – sparking rumours that the club may accelerate Origi’s move to Merseyside by paying an additional £3m for his signature.However Origi’s father, Mike, has denied such claims that the 19-year-old is set for an early switch to Anfield.“There have been no talks between the two clubs that we’re aware of. We’re also not thinking about whether a move would be a good thing or not,” Origi told Het Nieuwsblad.“As of right now, Divock is staying at Lille for the next six months, and there have been no communications that suggest otherwise.” 1
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SHAY Given is leaving Aston Villa, he confirmed today.But he has insisted he doesn’t want a pay-off from the club, as reported in British newspapers.“Last Tuesday I had a meeting with manager Paul Lambert and we both agreed that I should be playing first-team football. And that’s not happening at Villa right now,” said Given. “I’m not sure what the exact outcome will be, but I’ll be looking to join another club next season, whether that’s on loan or as a transfer.“Until this season I’ve almost always been a first-choice keeper and I’m still very hungry to play. That’s why I know I need to make this move.“There was a newspaper story during the week that I was looking for a pay-off to end my contract with Aston Villa and leave the club, but there’s no truth to that whatsoever.“I didn’t even discuss money when I spoke to the manager on Tuesday. The only thing I’m thinking about at the moment is having the opportunity to play first-team football. “Ideally I’d like for that to be with another Premier League club, but nothing is guaranteed I suppose. I just want to be able to prove to people that I’m still a good goalkeeper,” said the Lifford native.“It’s a relief to think about moving to a club where I can play first-team football, because I found it hugely frustrating sitting on the bench for most of the past season.“When you’re training all week, but then not playing at the weekend, it’s a hugely unfulfilling experience,” he added. SHAY: ‘I’M LEAVING ASTON VILLA BUT I DON’T WANT A PAY OFF’ was last modified: May 27th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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) Tags:SHAY: ‘I’M LEAVING ASTON VILLA BUT I DON’T WANT A PAY OFF’
Milford GAA Club is hosting a unique event for all die-hard Donegal fans this Sunday. Taking place at Rathmullan beach, the ‘Double Dip for Donegal’ invites members of the public to jump into the sea, not once, but twice, to show their support for the county minor and senior teams ahead of their double header at Croke Park the following week.The ‘Double Dip for Donegal’ is open to all ages and participants are more than welcome to wear their Milford or Donegal jerseys. Donation boxes will be placed on the beach and all funds raised are in aid of the Donegal County Training Fund.This is a great chance to show the county minor and senior teams that our parishes are fully behind them.So make sure you make it to Rathmullan Beach on Sunday, 14th September at 6.00pm, (beside the car park, to the left hand side of the pier).You can also keep an eye on the Milford GAA Facebook for further updates. The county is awash with colour and excitement ahead of the All-Ireland SFC final with Kerry at Croke Park.However, it’s not just us living in Donegal that are excited for the match, the large Donegal diaspora that are spread all over the globe are gearing up for the big match on September the 21st.Michael Murphy Sports and Leisure has been inundated with requests for jerseys, t-shirts, hats, flags and scarves by Donegal GAA fans all over the world.In the past two weeks, the store has shipped Donegal products to a range of countries including Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany and the United Arab Emirates.Anticipation in the shop has been building all week as Donegal gears up for the All Ireland Final against Kerry in under two weeks’ time. A steady stream of Donegal fans visit the store daily, all determined to be decked out in their county colours for the double clash with Kerry on September 21st.The shop’s Assistant Manager, Martin Sweeney told Donegal Daily, “People are so excited about the Donegal minor and senior teams making it to the All-Ireland Final.“There is also heightened sense of pride among Donegal people living abroad.“From the sales and queries we’ve received, we can imagine Donegal fans from Canada to Canberra will be decked out in their county colours on Sept 21st. “We are delighted to be able to provide an extra link to Donegal people abroad for this exciting occasion.”MILFORD GAA CLUB TAKING THE PLUNGE FOR DONEGAL COUNTY TRAINING FUND was last modified: September 11th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare 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)Tags:donegalDouble DipGAAJerseys. Michael MurphyMilfordnewsSport
Tags: FUFAFUFA Women’s Cup 2019Lady Dovesmakerere universityOlila High Schooltop UCU Lady Cardinals won the second edition of the competition last year. (PHOTOS/FUFA)FUFA Women’s Cup FinalLady Doves vs Makerere UniversityStarTimes Stadium, LugogoSaturday, 08-06-2019 @4pmLUGOGO – The Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA) has released the names of officials that will be in charge of the FUFA Women’s Cup final on Saturday.The 2019 final will be contested at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo, the same venue that hosted the Women Elite League final last Sunday.FIFA Referee Diana Murungi will take charge of the contest as the center referee.This will be the second FUFA Women’s final that Murungi is listed as an official after being an assistant referee in the 2nd edition in Kabohe, last year.She will be assisted Catherine Nagadya and Wanyama Nantabo as the first and second assistant referees.Fot the fourth official, it will be Catherine Ayaro.The final will register a new champion as none of the two teams in this year’s penultimate game have triumphed in the competition before.How the teams got to the finalLady Doves began their title campaign at the round of 32 with a convincing 7-0 win over Wakiso Hills in Masindi.At the Round of 16, Lady Doves eliminated Kampala Queens WFC by 3-0 in Kampala before benefiting from the advantage of Olila failing to show up in the quarterfinal game that confirmed a walkover for Lady Doves.In the Semis, Lady Doves drew 2-2 in regular time with 2nd edition runners-up She Corporates however when the game progressed to kicks from the penalty mark Lady Doves won 3-2.On the other hand, Makerere University WFC started on a high note by edging FUFA Women Elite league counterparts and 1st edition runners-up Gafford Ladies 3-0 in the round of 32. The former eliminated Bugiri Town View before defeating Kawempe Junior 3-1 in the quarterfinals.During the semifinals, Makerere overpowered Echos HS 5-0 to progress to their first ever Cup final.Both teams have never met in any competition and this will be their first head to head encounter.Lady Doves midfielders Riticia Nabbosa and Lillian Veronica will both be featuring in their second Women’s Cup final.Nabbosa lifted it with Olila HS WFC during the 1st edition in 2017 while Veronica lost in the final with Gafford Ladies the same year.Olila High School were the inaugural winners of the FUFA Women’s Cup, in 2017.The last three final matches have produced 4 goals. Cissy Nantongo (Olila HS WFC) Evelyn Kakayi (Gafford Ladies) Mercy Nabulobi and Hasifah Nassuuna (UCU Lady Cardinals) are the players who have ever scored in the final.Comments
Massimo Luongo and Olamide Shodipo return to the QPR starting line-up for the game against the Championship leaders.Luongo has recovered from illness, while young winger Shodipo was rested for the 6-0 hammering by Newcastle in midweek.Conor Washington continues up front, with strikers Sebastian Polter and Idrissa Sylla both on the substitutes’ bench.Meanwhile, striker Nahki Wells and on-loan Chelsea midfielder Kasey Palmer return to the Huddersfield starting line-up.Huddersfield: Ward, Smith, Hudson, Hogg, Kachunga, Mooy, Lowe, Van le Parra, Wells, Schindler, Palmer.Subs: Coleman, Whitehead, Scannell, Bunn, Cranie, Payne, Hefele.QPR: Smithies; Onuoha, Caulker, Hall, Bidwell; Henry, Luongo; Cousins, Chery, Shodipo; Washington.Subs: Ingram, Lynch, Borysiuk, Wszolek, Polter, El Khayati, Sylla.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Work in progress of skater Dlamini Dlamini, by Skubalisto. (Image and Video: Redbull Amaphiko)Skubalisto produces art in and around the Cape Town township of Langa, whose work has attracted the eye of a renowned photographer.During a Redbull Amaphiko street art sidestream in Langa, his work was noticed by Martha Cooper, one of the first photographers to document New York’s graffiti scene. During the sidestream, a public art activation showing members of the public and other artists what artists were doing in the area, Cooper gave a talk about her forthcoming exhibition on informal recyclers. It was completed in tandem with Brazilian artivist, Mundano.“I loved Skubalisto’s work,” Cooper told Redbull Amaphiko, which describes itself as a “collaborative platform for social entrepreneurs”. “His painting style was fresh and unlaboured but his portraits were serious portrayals of people admired within the community where he was working. I felt his work deserved attention worldwide.”Skubalisto has been painting in the streets of Langa for years and always looks at what will motivate.“Before we paint, we think ‘what should we paint? What will motivate people?’ We’ve gone from murals of the kids we see around on the street to people from Kwa-Langa who are doing something – inspiring figures,” he said. “Themba Bavuma just made the South African team so we figured we’d shine some light on that and inspire young cricketers to keep pushing.”He has also painted a mural of the late musician Brenda Fassie, who hailed from Langa.“I recently painted a mural of Brenda Fassie. It was during her birthday week so I painted a big mural of her with Mundano. We did that on the house of some awesome family who were accommodating enough to let us paint on their walls without showing them what we were going to paint.”IMPACT ON COMMUNITYSkubalisto believes art has a very positive impact on the community. “It brings pride to an area and makes people realise they have something to be proud of,” he said. “If you paint in an area that’s used as dumping site, people’s attention is brought to that area so instead of being a dump site, people start beautifying it.“There’s a spot Gugulethu where I painted murals and tried to do a little garden type thing. It was average. I came back a month later and people (had) put a bench there, they (had) planted trees. It’s a positive domino effect of art that I’ve been seeing.”WHAT IS NEXT?Skubalisto has major plans, which include some inspiring ideas around Langa.“I’m working on some illustrations for a book by the NDP and painting walls like crazy with my brothers from The Crate Collective. I’m also working on some one-off furniture and functional art pieces with Sisonke. We’re also getting ready to open our café/gallery in Langa so we’re building most of the furniture in-house,” he said.PLAY YOUR PARTAre you playing your part to help improve the lives of the people around you or the environment? Do you know of anyone who has gone out of their way to help improve South Africa and its people?If so, submit your story or video to our website and let us know what you are doing to improve the country for all.
Updated at 4:45 PM PST with a response from Google.Google has reportedly sent a letter to a high-profile Caribbean investigative website called The TCI Journal saying it will supply the IP addresses used to access the Journal’s primary GMail account unless the Journal supplies a legal counter-motion within the next two weeks. A libel suit filed against the Journal in Santa Clara, California Superior Court concerns its reporting of government corruption in the Turks & Caicos Islands. This case is just the latest to be followed closely, reported on and even participated in by the controversial public interest document-exposure organization Wikileaks, a website where a staff of journalists and lawyers vet sensitive documents submitted by anonymous independent sources. The status of the case was summarized tonight by Julian Assange, Investigations Editor at Wikileaks. According to Wikileaks and other reports, the TCI Journal has a history of reporting on rampant corruption on the Turks & Caicos Islands, a former British colony. “A trail of evidence dug up by the TCI Journal, a UK commission of inquiry, and others,” Assange writes, “showed that foreign property developers were giving millions in secret loans and payments to senior Islander politicians, including an alleged $500,000 cash payment to the Island’s now former Premier, Michael Misick.” According to the UK Guardian, it was due to that corruption that the British government took over key governance processes on the island again earlier this month.A property developer discussed at length in the Journal’s documentation of corruption and in the official UK government inquiry report is now suing the journal for libel. Google said the following in a letter to the TCI Journal last week, as posted on Wikileaks and sent to us by the Journal:To comply with the law, unless you provide us with a copy of a motion toquash the subpoena (or other formal objection filed in court) via email firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Pacific Time on September 16, 2009, Googlewill assume you do not have an objection to production of the requestedinformation and may provide responsive documents on this date.Google has not yet responded to our inquiry asking what the company might do once the TCI Journal does send a motion to quash the subpoena, which we presume it will do. Hiring lawyers in California will likely be an onerous task for a volunteer-run website from a tiny Caribbean island. Journal editors tell us that they hope Google will decide to help them fight the case on 1st amendment grounds.Update: A Google spokesperson sent us the following response to our inquiry. “When Google receives legal process, such as court orders and subpoenas, where possible we promptly provide notice to users to allow them to object to those requests for information. Users may raise any and all objections they feel are relevant, including First Amendment arguments. In addition, we are still evaluating all our legal options regarding this particular request.”In some ways, this case is reminiscent of Yahoo’s providing user account information in 2005 to the Chinese government for journalist Shi Tao’s Yahoo Mail account. Tao allegedly summarized a government order directing media organizations in China to downplay the upcoming 15th anniversary of the 1989 crackdown on pro-democracy activists and was sentenced to 10 years in prison for “illegally providing state secrets to foreign entities.” marshall kirkpatrick Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#news#NYT#web Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market