New sales strategist onboard at Beluga

first_imgBeluga says that the foremost goal is to strengthen the market position of Beluga and that the company’s customer service and sales organisation shall be improved in particular.Roehl  joins a new management team following last week shock departure of founder Niels Stolbergon a ‘leave of absence’ and several other senior managers and the move of chief restructuring officer, Roger Iliffe, to the position of Interim ceo, jointly leading Beluga with Michael Maynard as interim finance director.last_img

We’ve learned how to play together – Gray

first_img“We’ve had a successful pre-season and everybody’s playing collectively as a unit,” Gray told Bristol Flyers TV.“We’ve learned a lot of things during pre-season – it was a great experience and I know everyone’s excited for Saturday.“Over our the last four games we’ve learned how to play together at as team.”We started off slow against Worcester and they got off to a hot start. They’re a very good shooting team, so we had to adjust on the defensive end and force them into taking difficult shots. The 6ft8in defensive specialist helped Flyers go unbeaten in pre-season, holding their opponents to an average of just 53 points ahead of Saturday night’s season opener against London City Royals.last_img

Saban Quaye: player sabotage is real

first_imgTeam Manager for Ghana premier league side Liberty Professionals, Sylvester Nii Saban Quaye says the practice of football players sabotaging their coaches exists.The perennial issue of players ganging up to derail the efforts of their coaches has more often than not been an issue of hearsay but has become ripe in the ongoing Glo premier league, Medeama FC coming up for mention after the compulsory leave given to Coach Bashiru Hayford.However experience Team Manager believes it is real and not anybody’s figment of imagination.In an interview on Asempa Sports Morning Show on Tuesday, he explained that the major reason that is mostly assigned to such behaviour is preferential treatment given to specific players.According to him when some players feel they are been side stepped for some individuals; they normally gang up to deny the team of good results.He admitted that the repercussions for the team are always not good for any of the players but since it is a collective decision they normally do not see it as such. When asked how best we can solve those issues he said the danger of the practice is that it is normally a collective act so it is always difficult to deal with it.He revealed that the situation was more rampant when he was with Accra Hearts of Oak but he does not know if it still exists.last_img read more