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22 Ноя 2020, 23:15
Pepe slammed for ‘idiotic’ behaviour by Lineker and Wright after seeing red for headbutt

Nicolas Pepe’s Arsenal career is yet to take off after his £71million move from Lille in the summer of 2019 and he will need to wait a bit longer before trying to impress after receiving a straight red card for headbutting Leeds United’s Ezgjan Alioski.

Things boiled after 50 minutes at Elland Road on Sunday when the pair exchanged pushes before Pepe made the decisive contact, with Alioski quickly falling to ground as Reiss Nelson made his way infield with the ball.

Referee Anthony Taylor stopped play as the North Macedonian stayed down clutching his face and, after reviewing the footage on the pitch-side monitor, brandished the red card to send Pepe for an early bath.

Predictably, fans were quick to have their say as an avalanche of reaction followed, with ‘Ffs Pepe’ trending on Twitter.

Match of the Day host Gary Lineker also took aim at the winger, tweeting: ‘What an idiotic thing to do by Pepe’.

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright was also left wondering what had caused Pepe to do such a thing.

He simply tweeted a GIF of a somebody bashing their head in bemusement.

Arsenal fans were also understandably furious with their player after he threatened to derail what had been a solid defensive display.

@gunnerblog wrote: ‘I can’t really muster any sympathy for players who get sent off for what Pepe did.

‘They absolutely know the consequences. It’s not a grey area, and it never has been – you do that, you walk.’

Meanwhile, Piers Morgan tweeted his fury. He wrote: ‘Idiotic behaviour by Pepe, that will probably cost us the game given we were being out-played anyway. Infuriating.’

Fortunately for Arsenal fans despite being a man down for nearly half the match, Mikel Arteta’s men were resolute in defence and held out for a 0-0 draw to move 11th, while Leeds go 14th.

Other Gunners tried to see the funny side despite the exasperating situation with one supporter hoping the incident will lead to a Pepe resurgence.

@EduardoHagn tweeted: ‘Hopefully that headbutt turns Pepe into (Zinedine) Zidane when he comes back because we desperately need that’.

Pepe will now miss the north London derby, along with home matches against Wolves and Burnley either side of that pivotal fixture.

Arsenal could progress to the Europa League knockout stages on Thursday if they avoid defeat in Norway against Molde, while Leeds’ next assignment is a tough trip to Everton on Saturday.

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25 Ноя 2020, 03:16

Andy Murray believes all tennis players should be prepared to accept a vaccine for coronavirus, if it means that the tour can return to normal in early 2021.

The sport's international nature has made the Covid crisis especially challenging, and its cultural diversity means that not everyone may be happy with taking a jab. Novak Djokovic has been a notable example of someone expressing reservations.

Yet with the dates and viability of next year's Australian Open the latest issue to convulse the sport, Murray reckons an insistence on everyone being vaccinated is the way out of the morass.

'I think it probably should be the case,' said the 33 year-old Scot amid what was an upbeat assessment of his prospects for the coming season.

'I would hope that all the players would be willing to do that for the good of the sport – providing everything has proved to be safe, clinical trials and everything have been done, and there are not any significant side effects. From what I've been hearing on the TV and in the news, is that there shouldn't really be any long-term effects. So I would hope that the players would all be willing to do that.'

He acknowledged that not everyone may be happy, and was reminded of doubts expressed by Djokovic – who has some left field ideas on health matters – early on in the pandemic.

'I guess it would be difficult. I also read he'd said if it was something that had to be done for him to play the sport, he would. So I guess we'll have to wait and see what the ATP position is going to be on that.'

Murray called an end to another truncated season last month, having experienced more problems with his hip in the wake of an epic first round victory at the US Open that took nearly five hours.

He admitted that he may have let his usually fearsome work ethic slightly slip after that, with some of the figures emerging from tests slipping below his normal standards. According to the player, he took more long-term motivation from those numbers than the suggestion by former champion Mats Wilander that he should consider whether it was right to keep taking wildcards.

'I got on this body fat percentage scale thing, and the readout that I got, I wasn't happy with it. I was like, right, I can get myself in much better shape than I'm in just now. I could make sure I'm eating better, make sure I'm stronger in the gym.

'For me, it's going to be potentially ten to twelve weeks, that's the length of time a boxer would have to train for a big fight and you can get yourself in great shape in that time. Having some testing done that I wasn't particularly happy with, that was kind of enough to change my mentality.'

Murray, who started practising again two weeks ago, concedes that he may never quite recapture the lightning turn of pace that made him such an exceptional athlete, but feels he could get physically stronger to try and compensate.

'I've been doing tonnes of work in the gym and trying to build towards beating all of my personal bests, which has been quite exciting for me. The only thing that I maybe won't get to the same level is the speed. But I'm hoping that by improving my strength and my power that that will help me get a little bit faster on the court.'

He believes he will go deep in tournaments once again with a run of fitness, although achieving that goal has not been easy in recent years.

'I know I will perform and win big matches if I can get properly healthy for an extended period of time,' said Murray. 'That's why I'm doing the work, I haven't forgotten how to play tennis. With my age and the metal hip I can't really afford to have any chinks or be slightly heavier than what I should be, or have weaknesses in my body that I maybe could have got away with when I was younger.'

Murray also added his voice to those calling for tennis authorities to adopt a policy dealing with domestic abuse allegations, such as those which have been attached to Alex Zverev in the past month, which he denies.

'Obviously I don't think they actually came out and said anything for I don't know how long, but it certainly was not immediate. Tennis doesn't have a domestic abuse policy so that is obviously something we as a sport should be looking into. So that the ATP know what to do in that situation, rather than having to think and react to it.'

Like every other player he is currently awaiting instructions from the Australian Open about when they can arrive to start quarantine for an event scheduled to begin on January 18.

Complex discussions are taking place with Melbourne's State government and, like others, Murray says there is no way he would play without a reasonable amount of preparation. Tennis Australia wants players to be allowed to train in a bubble once they arrive.

'The latest I've heard is that they've planned to push it back a couple of weeks, not right up until Indian Wells/Miami time in March. I think that would be the best case scenario. That would allow the players to get over there at the beginning of January and prepare properly for the event. I'll go as soon as I can.

'A lot of players are coming from very cold climates just now. To then go and ask players to play in 35, 36-degree heat with no match preparation, it just increases the risk of injuries. If it was in a hotel room for two weeks and then had three or four days to get ready, I wouldn't do that.'

He now expects to spend Christmas with his family at his home in Surrey, rather than go up to Scotland for a rare visit.

'Obviously, not getting to see your extended families is tough around that time of year,' he said. 'But if that's what we've got to do to keep everyone safe for the time being, it's probably worth it.'

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25 Ноя 2020, 15:16

They have escaped the UK's second coronavirus lockdown by jetting off to Dubai with their pal Demi Jones.

And Jess and Eve Gale turned up the heat as they both posed for sizzling lingerie snaps on Tuesday.

The Love Island twins, 21, showcased their incredible figures in the snaps, with Jess donning a baby blue lace two-piece.

Letting her blonde locks fall loose down her shoulders, Jess fixed the camera with a sultry stare as she displayed her washboard stomach.

The reality star, who reached the final of this year's Love Island, captioned the snap: 'Mornings in Dubai'.

Eve posted a similar snap as she donned bright red lace lingerie while posing on an outdoor couch at the FIVE Palm Jumeirah Hotel.

The star, who was the first contestant dumped from the villa on the 2020 series, captioned her post with: 'Chill mornings'.

On Saturday, Eve looked sensational in an Instagram snap as she stood at the end of a boat, wearing a bikini and a stylish white cover-up.

The twins partied on a boat with Love Island co-star Demi, 22, and friend Molly Scott.

The reality star twins sent temperatures soaring in tiny bikinis on Thursday as they posed in a hot tub following a desert safari with Demi.

Jess accentuated her hourglass physique in a brown and black two-piece that tied around her neck and waist.

Her wet hair tumbled down her back as she perched on the edge of a hot tub.

Eve showcased her peachy behind in a black thong and matching bikini top on the rooftop terrace as she wrote on Instagram: '4AM'.

The Love Island beauty rocked a similar hair and make-up look to her sister.

Earlier on in the day, the trio ventured out to the Dubai desert on quad bikes.

Eve wore a semi-sheer bolero and skirt co-ord in a blue tropical print which she paired with a black bikini.

Jess wore the same pattern but in mini-dress form as the girls posed for pictures on their bikes and donned face coverings.

Demi was seen wearing a black crop top and mini shorts, before switching into a cross-front white bikini for a boat trip later in the day.

Her glamorous ensemble featured a bejewelled gold belt and semi-sheer cover-up.

Eve changed into a nude bikini and a white crotchet dress while Jess donned a black cut-out two-piece.

02 Дек 2020, 07:46

В ноябре приток наличных денег сменился их изъятием: объем банкнот в обращении за месяц сократился на 41,9 млрд руб., следует из статистики Банка России. До этого в течение девяти месяцев оборот наличных непрерывно рос, причем рекордными темпами в кризисные месяцы: только в марте-апреле на руки населения и бизнеса поступило свыше 1,2 трлн руб. Всего с начала года объем наличных в обращении увеличился на 21% и превысил 12,8 трлн руб. на 1 октября.

Реакция населения на рост заболеваемости COVID-19 и ужесточение санитарных правил действительно изменилась, рассказал представитель ЦБ: «Отсутствие жестких ограничительных мер и уже сформированные запасы наличных денег способствовали более спокойной реакции населения и бизнеса на осенний рост заболеваемости».

Возврат средств в финансовую систему в ноябре был обусловлен сезонными факторами, считает управляющий директор по валидации «Эксперт РА» Юрий Беликов. «Изъятие наличности из обращения произошло во второй половине ноября, тогда как в первой половине сохранялась тенденция к их росту. В ноябре 2019 года внутримесячная динамика имела точно такую же направленность, просто сальдо за месяц получилось с другим знаком», — напоминает он.

Ежедневные данные по объему наличных, которые и показывают сокращение в ноябре, отличаются от тех, что ЦБ раскрывает раз в месяц в статистике денежной базы, но снижение объема наличных в обращении действительно типично для октября-ноября, говорит начальник центра разработки стратегии Газпромбанка Егор Сусин. По словам эксперта, сезонные факторы смогли проявиться из-за ослабления эффектов пандемии.

«Весной и летом, на фоне первой волны пандемии, был досрочно большой объем стимулирующих выплат от государства. Мы видели большой объем транзакций из бюджета в пользу населения и других субъектов экономики. Это было одним из основным факторов как роста доходов населения, так и наличных в обращении. Сейчас таких выплат нет, поэтому мы просто вернулись в некую нормальную динамику», — замечает Сусин. Он, однако, считает, что запас наличности, поступивший в экономику весной, серьезно не сокращается.

«Если бы ситуация улучшалась, то эта наличность должна была бы возвращаться в систему в той или иной форме», — подчеркивает собеседник .

Весной неопределенность потребителей была гораздо выше, чем сейчас, отмечает руководитель направления исследований Центра исследования финансовых технологий и цифровой экономики «Сколково-РЭШ» Егор Кривошея: «По данным опросов, которые мы проводили в апреле 2020 года, всего 3% респондентов отметили, что сняли наличные со счета и оплачивают покупки ими. При этом 21%, наоборот, начал пользоваться картами больше. Осенняя ситуация отличается от весенней тем, что и люди, и государство, и бизнес знают о вирусе больше, чем весной, а поэтому и последствия в виде подготовки и наращивания ликвидности — это редкость».

Банк России в начале ноября на треть увеличил свой прогноз по росту наличных денег в обращении: в 2020 году объем банкнот на руках населения и бизнеса увеличится на 1,9–2,1 трлн руб. по сравнению с 2019-м. По данным на 1 октября, приток наличных в систему превышал ориентиры ЦБ, и аналитики допускали, что регулятор заложил в прогноз возможное падение спроса.

Как отмечает Сусин, наличные рубли могут возвращаться в финансовую систему по трем каналам: через рост потребления, возврат средств на банковские депозиты и счета, а также через покупку иностранной валюты.

На фоне второй волны пандемии россияне, как отмечал Банк России, начали возвращаться к «карантинной» модели потребления: траты на непродовольственные товары и услуги упали, а на лекарства и продукты — выросли. В октябре также наблюдался значительный отток вкладов населения из банков. Оценки спроса граждан на наличную иностранную валюту осенью Банк России еще не раскрывал.

«Пока нет данных, чтобы понять, по какому из каналов было движение в ноябре, но я не исключаю, что есть определенный спрос населения на валюту на фоне укрепления рубля», — допускает Сусин.

«Если смотреть на изменения наличности по факторам формирования ликвидности, это только те деньги, которые вернулись в банковскую систему», — говорит главный экономист «Ренессанс Капитала» Софья Донец. Она при этом отмечает, что пока нельзя точно определить, поступили ли средства непосредственно на депозиты физлиц или на счета компаний, у которых население приобретало товары.

Динамику в декабре предсказать сложно, утверждает Сусин: «В этот месяц в России традиционно происходит большой отток в наличность, в последние два года он достигал 400–500 млрд руб. В этом году он, скорее всего, будет, но непонятны его масштабы: бюджетные расходы будут большими, около 2 трлн руб. уйдет в экономику, и часть из них наверняка осядет в виде наличности».

В начале года сложилась нетипичная ситуация и спрос экономических агентов на наличность отклонился от тренда на 0,5–1 трлн руб., оценивает Донец. «Большой вопрос, какая ситуация сложится в декабре, — куда денутся деньги, которые россияне перевели в наличную форму в ожидании «вселенского потопа» в марте: предъявят ли население и бизнес дополнительный спрос на наличность или воспользуются тем запасом, что есть», — рассуждает экономист.

По расчетам ЦБ, спрос на наличные деньги продолжит уменьшаться и в декабре может оказаться ниже, чем в предыдущие годы, говорит представитель регулятора.

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