Cappelli: Croatia will have 12 billion in tourism revenues this year

first_imgMinister of Tourism Gari Cappelli held a working meeting with the leaders of the Zadar County, the City of Zadar and their Tourist Boards at the Tourist Information Center in Zadar.Minister of Tourism Gary Cappelli pointed out the problem of the workforce in tourism and emphasized that we urgently need to educate the best possible staff, and use winter for education. “There will be a fierce match next year. We have good players but we will need a lot of money. You asked me a lot about the residence unit, we will have to invest twice as much compared to this year to keep this year’s resultCappelli pointed out, he writes local.vecernji.hrReferring to other topics of conversation, the Minister stated that one of them was the support that would go to connecting with the sea with joint advertising. “By connecting the two coasts, the Italian and Zadar and the surrounding area, we would make a step forward in air transport, we have invested 30 million kuna this year, now we will 60 million kuna”Said Cappelli and added that Croatia is currently growing by 5-6 percent, both overnight stays and tourist stays this year.”The law on catering services, which is now in the second reading in the Parliament, will be recategorized. Many have complained about this because we have about 20.000 facilities registered in the 70s, a large part of them have not been recategorized, and they have three stars. We will go into these facilities, recategorize them and get a fairer picture of how much of that gray market there was. There will be no new employments in the inspectorates, but only changes from a certain part of the administration that will go to the inspection services. We should definitely work harder and better because Croatia is losing some of its money in this gray market. Croatia will have 12 billion in tourism revenues this year, about 10 percent more than last year, but there is still room for growth ”Concluded the Minister.For a successful season, in addition to tourist promotion, the safety of the destination is equally important. So far, we have had 14 million tourists in Croatia, more than 70 million overnight stays, so it can be said that this is a successful season in terms of security, according to the relevant ministry.last_img read more

Brum boss set to spark development boom

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Liverpool, Man City face tough battle from Premier League challengers

first_imgLiverpoolAfter a first league title in 30 years, Liverpool’s challenge will change radically. The club have freed themselves from the burden of history but must ensure the 2020/21 season does not become a huge anti-climax.A lack of fresh blood for the second consecutive season is a risk for Jurgen Klopp’s men, who have amassed 196 points over the past two seasons.Left-back Kostas Tsimikas is the only addition so far, as back up to Andy Robertson. ChelseaBy far the biggest spenders of the transfer window across Europe, the Blues have splashed out nearly £200 million on Werner, Kai Havertz, Hakim Ziyech and Ben Chilwell and bolstered a leaky defense with the signing of former PSG and Brazil captain Thiago Silva on a free transfer.More could still be to come with Rennes’ Edouard Mendy reportedly top of Chelsea’s list in their hunt for a new goalkeeper.Frank Lampard achieved his main goal during his first season in charge by securing a place in the Champions League despite a transfer ban and the loss of Eden Hazard to Real Madrid.But expectations on the former England international will be far higher this season as owner Roman Abramovich will demand to see a return on his investment.Lampard cannot afford for the attacking talents of Werner, Havertz and Ziyech to take their time to adjust to the Premier League.However, most importantly, he must find the right balance to improve a defense that conceded 54 goals last season, more than any other side in the top half of the table. Topics : The financial fallout from the coronavirus pandemic meant the arrival of Timo Werner never transpired as the German instead headed for Chelsea, again leaving Liverpool with little as back-up for the front three of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.However, ahead of a season that will offer precious little time for respite, Klopp has at least had longer to prepare his squad, with his three major title rivals involved in European action in August. Manchester United United shot up to third in the second half of last season on the back of a 14-game unbeaten run in the Premier League after the January signing of Bruno Fernandes.A flourishing young front three of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood and more midfield depth with the signing of Donny van de Beek offers United some hope that they will not be left in the shade of their two biggest rivals, Liverpool and City, for much longer.However, the manner in which Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men ended the season in mid-August, physically exhausted after a Europa League semi-final defeat to Sevilla, raises questions over whether they can maintain a title challenge in a crammed calendar over the next nine months.An ambitious attempt to land Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund has stalled, leaving Solskjaer short on options beyond his preferred front three, while there is also a lack of cover in defense. Liverpool and Manchester City remain the teams to beat after three seasons of total dominance but a rejuvenated Manchester United and free-spending Chelsea could force themselves into a four-way race for the title.AFP Sport looks at how last season’s top four are shaping up ahead of the new season. Manchester CityCity will not have Lionel Messi to take the title fight to Liverpool after the Argentine opted to remain in Barcelona, but it is at the other end of the pitch that Pep Guardiola’s men needed to improve anyway to bounce back from a disappointing campaign.Despite scoring 17 more goals than Liverpool, the dethroned champions finished 18 points behind in second last season.One addition to the defense has already been made, with the £40 million ($52 million) signing of Nathan Ake from Bournemouth to provide cover at center-back and left-back.A marquee central defender is expected to arrive at the Etihad before the window closes in October, with Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly top of their wishlist.Spanish international Ferran Torres had been added to a stellar cast of attacking talent to replace Leroy Sane, while David Silva’s departure opens the door for 20-year-old Phil Foden to build on his impressive performances in the final stretch of last season.City could be distracted by their desire to finally claim the Champions League in what could be Guardiola’s final season in charge.The Catalan is entering the final year of his contract and has been heavily criticized for failing to get City beyond the quarter-finals of Europe’s top club competition over the past four years.last_img read more

Danish schemes cross swords with FSA over pension model change

first_imgBetween them, the two funds have approximately 18,300 members, according to their respective websites.“The FSA judges that the pension fund has not proved that it is objectively justified from the point of view of the members to undertake the change through a collective ballot, that groups of members will not be disadvantaged by change, and that the aim of the change cannot be achieved by offering members an individual choice,” the regulator wrote.Funds consider appealMette Carstad, chairman of AP, said: “We take note of this, but are currently considering whether we should appeal the decision to the Danish FSA, because we still believe that a collective transition to market-rate is the most appropriate and value-creating way to change product, both for the pension fund and for the individual member.”PJD chairman Erik Bisgaard Madsen agreed, adding that there had been more than a year and half of “intensive work and an ongoing dialogue” with the FSA before the ruling.“We think that a collective transition to market-rate is a solution in the collective interest with a fair distribution of profits which safeguards all members in the same way,” Madsen said. “No one is disadvantaged or loses money through a switch, and all members achieve a more appropriate investment profile and better opportunity to adjust their savings risk individually.”Both chairs said they did not understand why the regulator would not permit this decision to be made at the AGM.In recent years, a number of pension providers in Denmark have been shifting to market-rate or unit-linked products, in which an individual’s savings balance is directly affected by financial market performance. These have gradually replaced average-rate or with-profits products, where the risk is borne in a more collective way and returns are smoothed from year to year by the provider. Some average-rate products have traditionally involved return guarantees.Some providers have opted to switch only those individuals who have actively chosen to do so, while others have shifted only future pension savings to market-rate. Providers such as Industriens Pension have made a more comprehensive move and changed the basis of all existing and future savings to market-rate in one go.Ulla Brøns Petersen, director of the FSA’s consumer affairs and financial intermediaries division, told IPE that the authority had looked into several cases of pension companies wanting to make such wholesale shifts.It had developed some criteria that must be met in order for pension companies to fulfil their obligation to act in an honest and fair way to the scheme members, she said. Two Danish pension funds have been blocked by the regulator from shifting all pension savings to a market-rate basis, from the current average-rate investment method.The pension fund for architects, AP (Arkitekternes Pensionskasse) and the pension fund for agricultural academics and vets, PJD (Pensionskassen for Jordbrugsakademikere & Dyrlæger), said they did not understand the decision and could appeal it.The schemes had planned to hold a collective vote on the proposal at their respective annual general meetings (AGMs) by way of consent, but the Danish FSA (Finanstilsynet) said they would be violating good practice if they failed to obtain individuals’ consent.In letters to AP and PJD dated 26 March, the FSA said the funds – which are both run by the DKK290bn (€38.8bn) pensions provider Sampension – would be contravening rules on good practice for insurance distributors if they decided to transfer members with a conditionally guaranteed, average-rate product to a market-rate-based, lifecycle product without allowing each of their members an individual choice.last_img read more

Lady Wildcats Linksters Get 1st Place Finishes At Batesville & Lapel

first_imgThe Lady Wildcats participated in a ti-meet with the Batesville Bulldogs and the Oldenburg Twisters on Friday. The team posted a team of score of 169 and took home the win.  OA scored 200. This takes the teams record to 3-0 on the season.Senior, Dana Branstetter, took medallist honors with a score of 39 followed bt Kendyl Brack – 44, Abby Orschell – 47, Maggie Brack – 48, Gracie Graf – 45, Jade Allen – 57, Ashlan Hill – 55, Sam Ebrens – 58, Erin Hesselbrock – 64, and Camryn Brewer – 52.The Lady Wildcat golfers travelled on Saturday up to Anderson to participate in the Bulldog Invitational hosted by Lapel High School. They played at Edgewood Country Club, which is the site of their Regional tournament. 18 teams took participated in the event and the Wildcats came out on top with a score of 350.It is their first invite win of the season. Senior, Dana Branstetter, was low for the team with a score of 81. Other Wildcats scoring include Kendyl Brack – 85, Abby Orschell – 91, Maggie Brack – 93, and Gracie Graf – 106.Other team scoring. New Palestine 352, Westfield 357, Columbus East 366, Richmond 373, Union County 377, Park Tudor 382, Lapel 385, Covenant Christian 390, Heritage Christian 393,  Muncie Central  397, Hagerstown 421, Eastbrook 425, Pendleton Heights 430, New Castle 444, Hamilton Heights 459, Shenandoah 483, and Elwood 532.“Anytime you enter an event with 18 teams and your team comes out the winner you know you had a solid day. I’m very proud of the way these girls came together today and went out and played the way I always new they could. There’s still a lot of golf left to our season and I know that today was just the boost of confidence our team needed.”  Wildcats Coach Marissa Mears.The Lady Cats will be back in action this Wednesday when the travel to Rushville for a tri-meet against Rushville and Cambridge City Lincoln.last_img read more

Moyes: I don’t want to change Wayne

first_imgManchester United manager David Moyes is happy to have Wayne Rooney playing on the edge rather than the subdued figure he was last season. “He is an aggressive player,” said Moyes. “It is a big part of his game. He plays with his heart as well as the skills he has got in abundance. “That is the way he is and that is the way he was when he was a boy at Everton with me. “That is what a lot of people have said might have been missing from his game last season. “It is certainly not missing now. He has the hunger and desire back. He is committed for everything. “I would rather have a Wayne Rooney that way than any other way.” Moyes has been widely credited for Rooney’s overall improvement in demeanour, which look increasingly likely to end with the 28-year-old signing a contract extension, that appeared inevitable at the end of last season. His form has been brilliant too. Whilst Moyes insisted referee Neil Swarbrick was right to merely show Rooney a yellow card for his kick at Cardiff’s Jordon Mutch on Sunday, with plenty of former professionals insisting it should have been red, the Scot conceded the striker was “probably a little bit fortunate”. However, such has been Rooney’s superb form this season, Moyes is reluctant to do anything that might jeopardise that, including tempering his combative style. In addition to the incident with Mutch, he also scored one and made United’s second in the 2-2 against Cardiff. It is the reason why he is the most scrutinised English player of his generation. “That is what happens with Wayne – a lot of attention,” said Moyes. “Everyone recognises the form he is in. He scored a goal again and made another. “Maybe more attention has been drawn to something else rather than his goal or making another goal but the attention for all this season has been on his good form.” Rooney’s discipline, in general, has been impressive in recent times. He has not been sent off since the incident in Montenegro two years ago that led to him missing the first two matches of Euro 2012. In United colours, Rooney has not been dismissed since March 2009, when he was red carded for two bookable offences at Fulham. “Wayne Rooney’s form and his attitude and his temperament have all been first class,” said Moyes. “I couldn’t fault any of them. “There will always be times when players have little bits when it doesn’t always go. On that occasion, Wayne was probably a little bit fortunate. “But the referee made the right decision. “I want Wayne to have fire in his belly. He plays better when he is tough and aggressive. “I don’t want to change Wayne Rooney that’s for sure. “I don’t want him to be kicking at anybody but I want him to keep being aggressive. I want him to keep challenging and running. “At the moment we are seeing a really good Wayne Rooney who is in top form and scoring goals as well.” Press Associationlast_img read more

FlyQuest announces SNICKERS as “Official Chocolate” of the FlyFam

first_imgFlyQuest Sports has announced SNICKERS as the “Official Chocolate” of FlyQuest.The partnership will see SNICKERS present across all FlyQuest teams and the chocolate brand will have an “onsite presence” both in the FlyQuest team house and at fan activations throughout the year. The move marks SNICKERS’ first foray into team sponsorship, although its no alien to esports as whole. The chocolate brand has previously worked with ELEAGUE. Each week, a fan vote will decide the FlyQuest player of the week who will be dubbed the SNICKERS MVP of the Match and the brand will feature prominently in a “custom content series”. The video series will be released throughout the year and show the “lighter, funnier moments” from the team house and the studios. The deal will also see SNICKERS feature on jerseys. FlyQuest are one of the franchises set to compete in the new North American League of Legends Championship Series. The organisation was a somewhat surprise pick over the likes of fan-favourite Immortals but the backing from Fortress Investment Group whose co-founder, Wes Evans also co-owns the Milwaukee Bucks. “It is extremely exciting for me to announce that SNICKERS has joined us as a Foundational Partner of FlyQuest” said Director of Business Development, Scott Pogrow. “In all of our conversations with them, they expressed a true passion and desire to give back to our fans. Throughout the year, we will showcase SNICKERS® in original content and fan activations, providing our fans with memorable experiences.” “We have been exploring partnership opportunities on the team side for quite some time now, especially with teams committed to League of Legends and Rocket League” said Michael Italia, Sr. Brand Manager, SNICKERS Brand. “In working with FlyQuest, we felt they would provide us with the best opportunity to align with some of the biggest titles in esports. Their passionate fan base and desire to grow the entire community through unique activations aligned perfectly with our goals. We cannot wait to give back to the fans of FlyQuest, and esports as a whole.”  Esports Insider says: You’re a right diva when you’re hungry. This is a tasty deal and one that will hopefully bring some fun content to fans and who doesn’t love chocolate?last_img read more

Hall of Famer Julie Foudy: ‘Equal pay’ fight by Megan Rapinoe, USWNT about so much more

first_imgThe chant that served as the soundtrack for the United States women’s national team’s celebration immediately following their World Cup victory at Lyon Olympic Stadium, and during their drive a few days later through the Canyon of Heroes at a ticker-tape parade in New York City, was simple enough.”Equal pay! Equal pay!” The issue that ignited that cheer is more complicated, though.”It’s not just about equal pay. It’s about equal staffing, equal investment, equal marketing,” National Soccer Hall of Famer Julie Foudy told Sporting News this week. “I mean, it’s much bigger than just equal salary.”One of the things that irked us back in the day that has continued to be a bit of an issue with this team, you’d look around and … for example, we’d be staying in lesser hotels across the world. And those things have improved, of course. But they feel there are still discrepancies in spending and marketing and support and all of those things.”MORE: After World Cup triumph, time for U.S. coach to get her dueFoudy played for 17 years and earned 274 caps for the USWNT, earning World Cup titles in 1991 and 1999 and Olympic gold medals in 1996 and 2004. She has worked for ESPN for nearly 15 years, primarily as a soccer analyst but also as a reporter and host for programs including the network’s prestigious “Outside The Lines.”She also represents Allstate as part of its Allstate Cup program, which will honor the nation’s top high school soccer players — boys and girls — with all-star games July 31 in Orlando that will be televised by ESPNU.Foudy was in France for a month covering Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan and the rest of the U.S. team as they won the nation’s fourth World Cup. That victory came not long after members of the team had filed a gender discrimination suit against the U.S. Soccer Federation; while the team was in France, legal representatives handling the case for the women agreed to mediation with U.S. Soccer.As a foundational member of the 1999 world champions — a team that helped draw a capacity crowd to the Rose Bowl for the final against China, as well as a record television audience watching at home — Foudy understands the importance of the current women’s team seizing their moment in the spotlight to lobby for the changes and improvements they believe are necessary — and warranted. (Getty Images) The United States has been at the forefront of the development of women’s soccer. There is no debating that. The USWNT has won 57 percent of the major world titles awarded since the initial World Cup was contested, and many players from around the world either have played in American pro leagues (including Canada’s Christine Sinclair and Brazil’s Marta currently in the NWSL) or at U.S. colleges.”There definitely has been progress,” Foudy told SN. “You heard Megan Rapinoe say in France, and you heard other players say it: Look, we know we are suing the federation, but they also said we also want to acknowledge that we have set the standard for this program and for women’s soccer. They’re thankful for that, but they also know there’s more to be done, as Megan says with a smile.”They definitely have made a lot of strides. A lot of it has been us kicking them there. But they understand the value of this women’s team. In our days, they didn’t. They thought we were crazy. ‘What are you talking about? No one’s coming to games.’ And it’s like, ‘Yeah, because no one knows we’re there.'”It’s been slow. When we won in ’99, we thought there would be a global movement of these federations realizing there is a market they could be tapping into. I think the only thing in these cultures that moves them — because they’re not used to young girls playing soccer or even allowing young girls to play soccer — the one thing that moves the needle is the ability to try to make money. I feel like the big difference between ’99 and ’19 was 1999 was more of a domestic movement. And 2019 feels like a global movement in terms of people watching and paying attention and going, ‘Oh, our country needs to do better.'” The equal pay argument has been complicated since becoming public in 2016 — by the history that Foudy mentions, but also by the fact the members of the U.S. men’s and women’s teams are paid using different structures. The men only are paid when called in as part of a team for a tournament or friendly. Core USWNT members are paid a base salary of reportedly $100,000, with most also getting their club salaries and benefits paid by the federation.It’s further muddled by the vast differences in tournament income from FIFA, the world governing body, for the men’s and women’s World Cups.The FIFA World Cup is a monster attraction; an estimated 3.5 billion watched last summer’s event. However, the FIFA Women’s World Cup this year drew a billion viewers worldwide. The women are getting 7.5 percent of the men’s prize money while drawing 28.5 percent of their audience. If the women got 28.5 percent of the men’s payout, their purse this summer would have gone from $30 million to $114 million.”It’s tough,” Foudy said, “because people will say the men’s World Cup makes a lot more money, and the women will respond by saying, ‘Well, what would have happened if you actually paid attention to or cared about the women’s game 20 years ago?'”So how do you prove systemic discrimination in court? That’s above my pay grade. But I do know there are a lot of people in the public and it makes great sense to them that these women should be making more than they are, and they shouldn’t have to be fighting for it when they’ve won four out of the eight World Cups.”So they’ll come to some agreement, and what equal means, I’m not sure with the FIFA bonuses. But I’m certain it will be more than what it is.”MORE: Rapinoe conquers haters, the Netherlands — and the planet Foudy also is certain the members of the USWNT who are taking on this fight are representing a cause larger than better pay for American female players, or even the growth of the game globally. Equal pay for equal work remains an issue for women in the workforce generally.”Back when we were fighting, I always got, ‘You need to tone it down,'” Foudy said. “Or I’d get my agent calling me saying someone on the outside, who knew the U.S. Soccer Federation, they’d say, ‘You need to rein it in.’ And I’d say, ‘Rein what in? This is me fighting for our group, for what we deserve.'”Everything was, ‘Oh, honey, you don’t need a lawyer. Why do you need a lawyer? Just trust us.’ And that’s global. That’s with women everywhere. Tone it down. Rein it in. Behave. And so I do think it’s a conscious effort of these players to say: No, we don’t have to rein it in anymore. We don’t have to tone it down. And we are free to live out loud, and this is who we are, and I don’t have to apologize for being good and I don’t have to apologize for my celebrations or whatever it is.” (Getty Images) read more

Kevin Love is latest NBA star to withdraw from Team USA

first_img Zion Williamson joins Jordan Brand on richest rookie shoe deal in NBA history Zion Williamson, the No. 1 overall pick in the recent NBA Draft, also withdrew from the 10-man “select” team of young players who would have had an opportunity to make the final 12-man team.  NBA trade rumors: Clippers inquired about these stars before dealing for Paul George NBA trade rumors: Celtics’ asking price for Jayson Tatum is ‘insane’ Cavaliers center Kevin Love is the latest NBA star to withdraw from Team USA ahead of the FIBA World Cup, The Athletic reported Wednesday.The report said Love is “expected to withdraw” from the team’s training camp, which runs Aug. 5-9. No reason was cited. That news comes one day after reports that Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard had withdrawn. In the last 10 days or so, the original 20-man Team USA roster of invitees has also seen the loss of James Harden, Anthony Davis, Bradley Beal, Tobias Harris, CJ McCollum and Eric Gordon. The exodus has led Team USA managing director Jerry Colangelo and head coach Gregg Popovich to extend invitations to several other players. The Athletic reported that Celtics stars Jaylen Brown, Marcus Smart, Chicago Bulls forward Thaddeus Young and Knicks forward Julius Randle have accepted invites. Spurs forward DeMar DeRozan reportedly accepted, then declined an invitation. Related News Raptors guard Kyle Lowry, meanwhile, is expected to be ready to join the team midway through training camp after recovering from thumb surgery, according to The Athletic.The FIBA Basketball World Cup runs Aug. 31 through Sept. 15 in China.last_img read more

Boateng’s wife says she’s not a ‘nympho’ after blaming his injuries on sex

first_imgEX-TOTTENHAM star Kevin-Prince Boateng’s wife has revealed her regrets at lifting the lid on their wild sex life.Stunning Wag Melissa Satta caused uproar when she said the midfielder, then with AC Milan, got injured so often because they romped ten times a week.5 Kevin Prince-Boateng’s wife reveals regrets over her sex claimCredit: Instagram5 Melissa Satta claimed the pair had sex between seven and ten times a dayCredit: InstagramItalian TV presenter Melissa and former Portsmouth ace Boateng met in 2011 and wed four years ago.They have a six-year-old son, Maddox, and are expecting a second child.Melissa said in 2012: “The reason Kevin is injured so often is because we have sex seven to 10 times a week.”I hate foreplay, I want to go straight for it. I prefer to be on top so that I can be in control.”The comments have since followed Boateng, 32, through his nomadic career.He moved on to Schalke, rejoined Milan then had spells with Las Palmas, Eintracht Frankfurt, Sassuolo, Barcelona and Fiorentina.The Ghana international is currently on loan to Turkish club Besiktas.A rueful Melissa, 33, has now told Gazzetta dello Sport she made a mistake in revealing the couple’s bedroom romps.The brunette said: “You can’t believe what a whirlwind I ended up in.”You have to be very careful about what you say in football, especially when it comes to sex.5 Melissa had to deny she was a nymphomaniacCredit: Instagram5 She has been very open about the pair’s sex lifeCredit: Instagram5 The midfielder is currently on loan at Besiktas from FiorentinaCredit: Getty Images – Gettymost read in footballTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battleTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’ExclusiveRIYAD RAIDMan City’s Riyad Mahrez has three luxury watches stolen in £500,000 raidNEXT STEPJonny Hayes set to move to English Championship having been let go by CelticREF RELEASEDChampions League ref Vincic released by cops after arrest in prostitution raidKEANE DEALEx Man United youth ace David Jones says Roy Keane negotiated a contract for himNICE RONCristiano Ronaldo goes on family bike ride with partner Georgina Rodriguez & kidsREF RAIDChampions League ref Vincic ‘arrested in raid into drugs and prostitution ring'”Just because we have sex so often doesn’t make me a nymphomaniac.”Boateng ironically failed to score in 24 Spurs appearances following his £5.4million move from hometown club Hertha Berlin in 2007.He had a season on loan to Borussia Dortmund before his top-flight campaign with Pompey a decade ago. View this post on Instagram ⏳ A post shared by Melissa Satta (@melissasatta) on Jan 18, 2020 at 6:46am PST View this post on Instagram Pigiama party 🥳😜 A post shared by Melissa Satta (@melissasatta) on Jan 30, 2020 at 10:45am PST View this post on Instagram Goodnight 💗 A post shared by Melissa Satta (@melissasatta) on Mar 30, 2020 at 2:33pm PDT View this post on Instagram Guardiamo avanti e speriamo che tutto torni alla normalità….🙏🏻 Intanto ricordo momenti stupendi nella mia amata Sardegna 🤍 A post shared by Melissa Satta (@melissasatta) on Mar 16, 2020 at 9:37am PDTRangers star Alfredo Morelos helps deliver 500 emergency food parcels in Colombian hometown amid coronavirus crisislast_img read more