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  • Trey Anastasio Debuts Orchestral “Lizards,” “What’s The Use?” With Nashville Symphony [Videos]

    first_imgTrey will perform one more orchestral show this fall, with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in the Georgia capitol tomorrow, September 29th.SETLIST: Trey Anastasio & The Nashville Symphony Orchestra | Schermerhorn Symphony Center | Nashville, TN | 9/27/17SET 1: First Tube, Brian and Robert, Divided Sky, Summer of ’89, What’s the Use?, StashSET 2: Time Turns Elastic, Petrichor, You Enjoy MyselfENCORE: The Lizards, Water in the Sky[Cover Photo via Instagram user @queerdeadheads] Last night, Trey Anastasio revived his orchestral live show with a performance alongside the Nashville Symphony Orchestra at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Structured much like his performances with Phish and Trey Anastasio Band, the show was comprised of two sets and an encore, and included symphonic renderings of some of his greatest compositions.But while his musical tastes are notably diverse and stylistically broad, Anastasio’s educational background lies in classical composition. Since 2001, the Phish guitarist has worked with a several highly-regarded symphonies nationwide, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, New York Philharmonic, and the National Symphony Orchestra, composing orchestral arrangements of his Phish material and leading the ensembles on guitar. Most recently, in the Fall of 2014, Trey performed a series of orchestral concerts to showcase his newest composition, “Petrichor,” which has since been adapted for the Phish canon (on 2016’s Big Boat) and served as the centerpiece for the 2016-2017 New Year’s Gag.The Nashville symphonic show marked his first performance with an orchestra since 9/26/14 at the Hollywood Bowl, exactly three years and one day prior. The performance featured numerous orchestral Trey mainstay arrangements. Set one included “First Tube,” “Brian and Robert,” “Divided Sky,” and “Stash,” while the second set featured a trio of Trey’s longest and most involved orchestral interpretations: “Time Turns Elastic,” “Petrichor,” and “You Enjoy Myself.” The show also featured a couple more surprising selections, as Trey and the orchestra’s conductor led the ensemble through the orchestral debuts of TAB’s “Summer of ’89” and sweeping Phish instrumental “What’s The Use?” Finally, for the encore, Trey and the orchestra pulled out one more orchestral debut–Phish classic “The Lizards”–before closing out the evening with “Water In The Sky.” You can watch a selection of videos from the performance below:“What’s The Use” (via YouTube user gayanastasio):“Petrichor” (via YouTuve user Todd Binkley)“You Enjoy Myself” (via YouTube user Clay Maddox):“The Lizards” (via YouTube user Ben Katz):last_img read more

  • Fresh hopes on climate change

    first_imgWorld governments are ever so slowly moving toward a new climate agreement, even as advances in technology have driven down the cost of renewable energy and boosted energy efficiency.Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change, brought a hopeful message during remarks Friday at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) to highlight the idea that fighting rising global temperatures is possible. What’s more, she said, it’s necessary.“We don’t have an option; we have to do it,” Figueres said.Figueres spoke the same day that the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released the executive summary of its latest report on the issue.Despite Figueres’ optimism, the report painted a bleak picture, saying it is more certain than ever that human activities are causing climate change, that sea level could rise as much as three feet by the end of the century, and for the first time setting an absolute limit on carbon emissions — 880 gigatons, more than half of which has already been emitted — not to be exceeded if the world is to limit warming to 2 degrees centigrade.Figueres, who was introduced by Robert Stavins, the Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government at HKS, first acknowledged that the news on climate remains predominantly bad, citing not just the latest U.N. report, but also the melting of northern polar ice and the atmosphere’s crossing the threshold to 400 parts per million of carbon dioxide.“I visit today under a scenario that is predominantly a bad news scenario,” Figueres said. “This report just released shows that, yet again, the window to limiting warming of the planet to 2 degrees is closing on us very, very quickly.”Yet while bad news is dominant, there is good news too, she said, though it gets little attention. She suggested that helpful action on climate change will come only if people build on successful examples and if they refuse to give in to defeatism.Among the reasons for optimism, Figueres said that technological developments are most exciting. The cost of solar energy has fallen dramatically, and new technologies make it plausible to see a future that uses personal energy, unhooked from the grid. Energy-efficient automobiles are being developed, including self-driving cars that maximize efficiency in traffic and fuel use. Energy efficiency is increasingly emphasized in a new generation of green buildings, pointing toward a future of smart structures that balance energy efficiency and comfort.Technology, Figueres said, may mean a future where developing nations are able to improve their standards of living at the same time that they reduce emissions. This seemingly contradictory development, she said, would necessitate finally breaking the longstanding link between standards of living and greenhouse gas emissions.Though some of the more advanced technological ideas may be years or decades away, Figueres said these are not pipe dreams. Massachusetts alone, she said, has 5,500 companies employing 80,000 people already working in clean energy.“The good news is that the future is just around the corner,” she said. “These technologies are … not fairy tales. They’re being developed and will be on the market faster than we know.”Figueres spoke directly to students in the room, saying that their efforts, imagination, and leadership will be key.“There is no room to fail. In the case of climate change, there is no Plan B, because there’s no Planet B,” Figueres said. “You are Plan A.”She added after her talk that many of the successful examples of energy change are small, with many being pilot projects. As such, they face problems of time and scale, of having to massively scale up quickly enough to curtail carbon emissions before emissions pass a critical threshold.Figueres’ talk was sponsored by the Harvard Project on Climate Agreements, the Harvard University Center for the Environment, the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government. You may have to dig to find it, but there’s good news out there on climate change, and not just a little.Really.Eighty-one percent of the world’s top 500 companies are considering the operational risks from climate change, and are even talking about it publicly. For instance:More than 30 nations already have comprehensive climate-change legislation enacted, and 100 countries have renewable-energy regulations. Hundreds of cities around the world are taking climate-related action, and the World Bank has indicated it won’t finance coal plant construction unless it is considered critical.last_img read more

  • South African art on show at British Museum

    first_imgAn exhibition at the British Museum is showcasing South Africa’s diverse history, heritage and art from thousands of years ago up until today. It is the first time the golden treasures of Mapungubwe are leaving South Africa. They are part of South Africa: The Art of a Nation.The gold rhino of Mapungubwe, the centre of an ancient southern African kingdom, leaves South Africa for an exhibition at the British Museum called South Africa: The Art of a Nation, from 27 October 2016 till 26 February 2017. (Image: © University of Pretoria)Priya PitamberThe gold treasures of South Africa’s Mapungubwe, fashioned after animals such as a rhino, a cow and a wild cat, as well as objects such as a sceptre and a bowl, bring forth visions of a fanciful city of gold. But this is, in fact, reality.These treasures form an integral component of a new exhibition at London’s British Museum, titled South Africa: The Art of a Nation. It opens on 27 October 2016 and runs until 26 February 2017.Four of these gold creations will be leaving the country for the first time to be exhibited alongside other South African artwork.“The exhibition will shed light on the varied artistic achievements of South Africa with around 200 objects arranged chronologically across seven key episodes from the country’s history, from ancient history to the present day,” explains the museum.“Each section is illustrated with artworks by contemporary artists that provide new perspectives regarding South Africa’s past.”The exhibition is a chance to explore the long and diverse history of South African art and challenge audience preconceptions in the way visitors have come to expect from a British Museum exhibition, says museum director Hartwig Fischer. It’s #HeritageDay in South Africa – discover the country’s fascinating history in our #SouthAfricanArt exhibition https://t.co/JSkxXdXhrX pic.twitter.com/RSzMJEpXwS— British Museum (@britishmuseum) September 24, 2016African kingdomAbout a thousand years ago, Mapungubwe – in today’s Limpopo – was the centre of a thriving kingdom in southern Africa, with robust trade with China and India.Mapungubwe is the earliest known site in southern Africa with evidence of a class-based society. The kingdom’s leaders were separated from the rest of the inhabitants, and the golden figures were discovered in three royal graves.It proved there were developments and artistic productions at the start of the second millennium. It also showed that complex societies existed before the arrival of colonial Europeans.“This history was hidden during the apartheid era, when the colonial concept of ‘terranullius’, the myth of an empty land, was used to legitimise white rule,” says the museum.The gold rhino of Mapungubwe has become a feature on the country’s national orders, the Order of Mapungubwe. The rhino is also a symbol of leadership among the Shona people of Zimbabwe.An ancient shell bead necklace, dating from about 77 000 years ago, will also be in the exhibition. It was discovered at the Blombos cave in the Western Cape“People used to think that real artistic practice began in Europe 30 000 or 40 000 years ago; they typically cite the French cave paintings,” John Giblin, head of the British Museum’s Africa section, told UK newspaper The Guardian.“These kinds of finds really push that back a lot earlier, and it is only really in the last couple of decades that the tradition has been identified, so it is a really nice time to be telling this story.”Watch:Other items on displayMeasuring 2m wide, a tapestry called ‘The Creation of the Sun’ (2015) will also be on display. It is a collaborative piece from the Bethesda Arts Centre, in the famous village of Nieu Bethesda in the Karoo.“The artists at the centre are descendants of South Africa’s first peoples, San/Bushmen and Khoekhoen, who have been inspired by archival recordings of their ancestors’ beliefs to produce contemporary representations of their founding stories, such as the creation of the sun,” says the museum.‘The Creation of the Sun’ is to be in the South Africa: The Art of a Nation exhibition at the British Museum, from 27 October 2016 till 26 February 2017. It is a collaborative piece from Bethesda Arts Centre, in Nieu Bethesda in the Karoo. Jeni Couzyn is the artistic director and Sandra Sweers is lead artist. (Image: © The Bethesda Foundation)Other historical works and contemporary art will join the exhibition. There will be a self-portrait by Lionel Davis, a video featuring Candice Breitz, and a 3D installation by Mary Sibande, as well as pieces from respected artists such as Willie Bester, William Kentridge and Santu Mofokeng.The museum notes that the contemporary art scene in South Africa is dynamic and has a rapidly growing global reputation.A nod to diversityGiblin says the exhibition has a such a variety of South African art, which he hopes will reflect the country’s diversity. “What underlies the story is that South Africa’s art heritage is the art heritage of many: many different peoples, whether South Africa’s first peoples, San bushmen or Khoekhoen herders. Or the Bantu language speakers who arrived around 500AD and are responsible for the Mapungubwe gold objects, and their descendants who make up the majority of black South Africans today.“Or European and Asian people who arrived from the 17th century, including Dutch, British, Indian, Indonesian and Chinese and all of their descendants.”Summing up, the museum says the exhibition will be an eye-opener for visitors of South Africa’s long and diverse history. “Through the exploration of key episodes and objects from throughout the country’s history, it will reveal unique insights into South Africa today.”last_img read more

  • Two New Firefox OS Smartphones Spur The Future Of The Mobile Web

    first_imgWhy IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Mozilla is aiming to change smartphones and today made a very big step in that direction. Today, Mozilla is introducing its first two smartphones running its completely Web-based mobile operating system, Firefox OS, that will target first time smartphone users across the world.Firefox OS has been in various stages of production for several years. Mozilla’s challenge was to bring the Web to smartphones in such a way that users can interact with their devices in the same way that “native” operating systems could. That meant tying hardware functions like making phone calls, using the camera and GPS, to the Web using HTML5, not specific code languages like Objective-C used by Apple’s iOS apps.See also Firefox for Android Reveals the Future of the Mobile WebAlcatel and ZTE are the first manufacturers to build Firefox OS smartphones and will be distributed by Deustche Telekom in several countries in Europe while Telefonica brings Firefox OS to Spain. The phones will be cheap and targeted at emerging markets. Mozilla has said previously that it does not expect to bring Firefox OS smartphones to the United States upon launch. “The launch of Firefox OS marks an incredibly exciting time for the Web. Firefox OS powers the first smartphones built entirely on Web technologies and will stimulate an inspiring new wave of innovation for the Web,” said Jay Sullivan, Mozilla Chief Operating Officer in a press release. “We are proud to deliver an experience for first time smartphone users that will delight them and really put the power of the Web in people’s hands.”See also Happy 8th Birthday Firefox! Can Mozilla Adapt To The Mobile Era?Mozilla has posted a quick video introducing the features of Firefox OS. Mozilla shows off the Firefox Marketplace, a completely Web-based app store with both popular global apps and regional niche apps depending on your location. It also shows off HERE Maps, made by Nokia, that features offline capabilities, walking directions and more. The newest version of Mozilla’s mobile Web browser is the crux of the interface, allowing users to search for any apps they may need and bookmark websites on the go. Related Posts Tags:#Firefox OS#Mozilla#smartphones What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech …center_img Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement dan rowinski The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technologylast_img read more

  • What is One Thing Nobody Told You About Being a Family Caregiver?

    first_imgWhat is one thing nobody told you about being a family caregiver? This MFLN-Military Caregiving concentration blog post was published on January 13, 2017. When you embark on the journey to be a caregiver of a loved one, there are many obstacles and challenges to face and overcome along the way.Role ShiftBefore becoming a family caregiver you have an established role with your loved ones. You are a parent, spouse, sibling, or child. However, when you become the caregiver you take on a new role that can shift your current role. Although this role shift is often necessary, it can be difficult.If you are caring for your child, you are a parent as well as a caregiver and an advocate. As a spouse to your loved one you are a husband or wife but also a caregiver. Learning to balance the different roles can help you effectively provide care for your loved one while still maintaining your identity as their spouse, parent, child, sibling or even friend.For more information about role shift, explore our ‘Caregiver Identity Discrepancy & Implications for Practice’ course.last_img read more

  • On Dissatisfaction

    first_imgPeople don’t change unless and until they are dissatisfied. Without dissatisfaction, there’s nothing to compel your prospective client to do something. There’s no reason for them to take action.Your job in sales is to discover dissatisfaction or create it.Find DissatisfactionIf your prospective client is dissatisfied, the source of that dissatisfaction is the focus of your discovery work. What’s causing them pain? What needs to change? What’s broken? Your dream client’s dissatisfaction is where you’ll find the ability to develop a compelling solution.If your dream client isn’t motivated to take action, it’s because they aren’t yet dissatisfied enough to do so.Create DissatisfactionMuch of the time you find that your dream clients aren’t dissatisfied. When this is true, you have to help them become dissatisfied. Many of your dream clients should be dissatisfied. They just don’t know it yet. You can help them become dissatisfied, or your competitors will. Your dream clients should be producing better results. There is a gap between the results they are producing now and some better future results they’re capable of producing. And better future results are always possible—if you’re resourceful enough to figure out how.Stay with me here; I know this gets tough. What you sell is the ability to help your dream client close the gap and produce better results. But first you have to help your dream client understand that they should be dissatisfied, that there is a gap.If you want your clients to be compelled to buy, then you have to either discover the source of their dissatisfaction or you have to create that dissatisfaction. Then you have to show them how to close the gap around that dissatisfaction.You either find dissatisfaction or you create it. All opportunities are born in dissatisfaction.QuestionsWhat are the common sources of dissatisfaction that you discover?How do you help close the gaps around that dissatisfaction?How to you develop dissatisfaction when your client isn’t dissatisfied or doesn’t know they should be?What is the dissatisfaction you are working on solving for the dream clients in your pipeline now?last_img read more

  • Irving gets hit in face, Celtics hold off Hornets

    first_imgKammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Hornets: Charlotte’s 57 points in the first half were the second most the Celtics have allowed in the first half this season, one fewer than Milwaukee scored in the opening half of a 108-100 win on Oct. 18. … Nicolas Batum (sprained left elbow) and Treveon Graham (right quad contusion) both sat out.Celtics: Shot just 33 percent (14 of 43) in the first half. … Coach Brad Stevens said Horford is “doing way better” but wouldn’t speculate about his availability.UP NEXTHornets: Host Cavaliers on Wednesday.Celtics: Host Raptors on Sunday. Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 The lead grew to five before Walker’s three-point play got the Hornets back within 86-85. Marcus Morris connected on a jumper, but Walker responded with a driving layup to get it back to a point.Boston called timeout, but Rozier accidently stepped out of bounds on the ensuing inbounds play. Walker dribbled the clock down, but his jumper bounced off the back of the rim and was rebounded by Rozier. He was fouled and sank two free throws with 3.6 seconds left.Charlotte struggled throughout the final period, going 4 of 20 from the field and committing six turnovers.“We’re giving up huge leads. We’re not maintaining our game,” Walker said. “We’ve got to be better as a whole.”With Irving out, Charlotte took advantage against Boston’s reserves early, stretching its lead to as many as 18 in the second quarter and taking a 16-point lead into halftime.BANGED UPIrving’s injury is the latest stroke of bad luck for a Boston starter. Horford missed his second straight game with a concussion. And, of course, Hayward is out for the season after a gruesome leg injury on opening night.SLOW STARTThe Celtics opened just 1 of 11 from the floor, and that first made field goal never made it through the hoop. Brown was credited with a basket when Howard was called for goaltending with 8:58 left in the first quarter, cutting Charlotte’s lead to 9-2.Boston’s first field goal to actually fall through the basket came from Morris more than halfway through the quarter.TIP-INS Read Next Neymar is in tears after coach Tite defends his reputation LATEST STORIES Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games PLAY LIST 01:27Filipino athletes get grand send-off ahead of SEA Games02:29Giannis Antetokounmpo powers Bucks in bounce back win over Celtics00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Terry Rozier finished with 15 points, seven rebounds and four assists, playing an increased role after Irving left the game in the first quarter after taking an elbow to the face. Jaylen Brown added 10 points and 13 rebounds.The Celtics extended their win streak to 11 games. Charlotte has lost four straight.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“We just got a lot of fighters, a lot of resilient guys,” Larkin said of a team that’s now seen Gordon Hayward, Al Horford and now Irving beset by injuries.He said his teammates’ misfortunes have underlined the necessity of staying ready.“I’m always locked it. That’s my job. I don’t know when my opportunity’s gonna be there,” Larkin said. “Tonight I hit some shots early, coach kept rocking with me, so I tried to throw my best.” John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillioncenter_img QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Celtics center Aron Baynes’ elbow inadvertently struck Irving when Baynes was landing after a rebound attempt. Irving fell to the floor and was bleeding from the nose as he was escorted back to the locker room. Irving was ruled out for the rest of the game while he was monitored for possible concussion symptoms.Larkin said Irving spoke to the team at halftime and texted them all congratulations on the win.Kemba Walker led the Hornets with 20 points and 11 assists.Celtics trailed by 12 after three quarters, but opened the fourth on a 16-3 run and took the lead with 4:05 to play on a basket by Brown.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH MOST READ Team personnel assist Boston Celtics’ Kyrie Irving (11) after he was injured during the first quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Charlotte Hornets in Boston, Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. Irving took an elbow to the face and left the game. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)BOSTON — Another game, another injury, another win for the Boston Celtics.Jayson Tatum had 16 points, Shane Larkin added 16 off the bench and the Celtics overcame an injury to Kyrie Irving and a 12-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Charlotte Hornets 90-87 on Friday night.ADVERTISEMENT View commentslast_img read more

  • San Beda rips listless UST 5th straight win

    first_imgMOST READ No Red Lion reached double digits in scoring with Javee Mocon leading the team with nine points but all 18 of San Beda’s players had at least two points.Jeepy Faundo led the Growling Tigers with 14 points and seven boards. BREAKING: Cop killed, 11 hurt in Misamis Oriental grenade blast Pagasa: Storm intensifies as it nears PAR Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games Pascua replaces delos Santos as FEU women’s volleyball coach View comments Cayetano dares Lacson, Drilon to take lie-detector test: Wala akong kinita sa SEA Games FILE PHOTO – San Beda’s Javee Mocon during the NCAA Season 92 men’s basketball tournament. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.netSan Beda made easy work of University of Santo Tomas, 86-59, in the Filoil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup Sunday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.The Red Lions now have an immaculate 5-0 record to remain atop the standings in Group A while the Growling Tigers’ 1-6 card puts them at the cellar.ADVERTISEMENT Palace: Duterte to hear out security execs on alleged China control of NGCP San Beda head coach Boyet Fernandez said their dominant win over UST was a show of the team’s character after they fought tooth-and-nail against University of Perpetual Help to come away with a 64-61 overtime win.“We’re happy we bounced back from a bad game against Perpetual, that’s what I told the boys after the game and that was really a bad game,” said Fernandez. “It’s a character test for us today and they started really strong.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“I also gave everybody a chance to play and all my players played well today.”San Beda fired on all cylinders immediately putting up 24 quick points while limiting UST to just 10 and that proved to be the story of the game as the Growling Tigers never found the offensive groove to counter the Red Lions. BREAKING: Cop killed, 11 hurt in Misamis Oriental grenade blast Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Every 18 seconds someone is diagnosed with HIV Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ For the complete collegiate sports coverage including scores, schedules and stories, visit Inquirer Varsity. BSP survey: PH banks see bright horizon amid dark global recession clouds LATEST STORIES Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. last_img read more

  • 10 months agoWest Ham eyeing Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey

    first_imgWest Ham eyeing Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelveyby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveWest Ham are eyeing Newcastle United midfielder Jonjo Shelvey.The Daily Mail says West Ham are exploring the possibility of a move to sign Shelvey but are braced to face fierce resistance from Newcastle.Shelvey has only made 12 appearances for Newcastle this season and this week went to Barcelona for treatment for a thigh problem. Though he has not been ruled out for definite, the midfielder remains doubtful for Saturday evening’s clash with Chelsea.He may have been a peripheral figure for Newcastle but Manuel Pellegrini, West Ham’s manager, admires Shelvey and would jump at the possibility to bring him to the London Stadium in this window. TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

  • 16 days agoLiverpool fullback Alexander-Arnold: Klopp always paid attention to academy

    first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Liverpool fullback Alexander-Arnold: Klopp always paid attention to academyby Paul Vegas16 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool fullback Trent Alexander-Arnold says manager Jurgen Klopp has always paid attention to the club’s academy talent.Klopp has now spent four years at Anfield and Alexander-Arnold admits his interest in promoting young players was immediately obvious. “Within his first few weeks he was down at the academy watching the young lads, and that almost gave us a bit more faith and gave a statement to the club that he is going to use young players and give us those chances,” he said.”He’s shown over the four-year period that he has given those young players their chances and given them opportunities and obviously I’m one of the youngsters that have been given them.”A massive thanks to him, and hopefully there will be four more years of success.” last_img read more