Arsenal say they will deal with striker Alexandre Lacazette internally. (AFP/LOUISA GOULIAMAKI) The Frenchman, was pictured with a balloon in his mouth and is said to have sent a video to friends saying he was "at home, chilling and doing balloons", reported the Daily Star. … [Read more...] about Arsenal to deal internally with Lacazette ‘hippy crack’
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"It’s true that we are not applying a salary cut, and are not considering it for the future even if the V. League’s postponement is extended. The salary of SLNA players is already very low, ranging from VND8-10 million a month. Only very few players in the team get VND20 million a month and even that’s not high compared to other teams. So if we reduce their wages even more, how can they survive during this time?" said Ho Van Chiem, CEO of SLNA. … [Read more...] about Six V. League clubs cut players’ salaries over Covid-19 difficulties
HCM CITY — The negotiating skills of executive boards of trade unions need to be strengthened, Trần Thị Thanh Hà, deputy head of the Việt Nam General Confederation of Labour's labour relations department, said. … [Read more...] about Trade union executive boards to receive training in salary negotiations
At the same time, Vietnam’s 16 million or so students were returning to schools where English language classes are compulsory. That’s not to mention the hundreds of private English centers around Hanoi that had also been given permission to reopen. … [Read more...] about English teachers or English schools: In post-social distancing Vietnam, who have the upper hand?
My family seems dubious about Vietnam’s success story in belting down the spread of the Illness without any deaths. In fact, there has been no headline grabbing stories of overwhelmed hospitals, lack of protective equipment, or large numbers of unexplained deaths. And I’m more willing to believe the Vietnamese media reporting than some of the present excuses and government madness I read in foreign newspapers. … [Read more...] about Vietnam is getting up to speed after COVID-19