News and Notes Capt. Richard M. Sudder, a University of Miami law graduate, recently completed four years of service in the U.S. Army JAG Corps, which included a stint in Afghanistan where he was the sole defense attorney for more than 10,000 U.S. service members serving Operation Enduring Freedom, advising soldiers on their legal rights under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and defending soldiers facing criminal charges and administrative separations. Seth Rodner of Fowler White Boggs Banker was named chair of the Federal Bar Association’s National Criminal Law Section for 2004-2005. Seth Marmor of Greenspoon, Marder, Hirschfeld, Rafkin, Ross & Berger, in Ft. Lauderdale was the keynote speaker at the Strengthening Broward Families Symposium. He spoke on advanced healthcare directives. Eric A. Gordon of Arnstein & Lehr, LLP was elected membership chair for a one-year term for The Human Resource Association of Palm Beach County beginning in 2005. Additionally Gordon and Harry N. Turk presented an employment law and human resources luncheon seminar at The Bankers Club in Miami titled, “The New Federal Wage & Hour Regulations: The First 60 Days.” Gregory A. Richards, Jr., of Fowler White Boggs Banker was appointed by the Supreme Court of Florida to the 13th Judicial Circuit’s Unlicensed Practice of Law Committee. Tom Regnier of the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Office was the recent keynote speaker at the annual conference of the Shakespeare Fellowship in Baltimore. Regnier spoke on “Shakespeare’s Law” and also received the Fellowship’s annual award for outstanding scholarship. David D’Agata, federal judicial law clerk for the Middle District of Florida, recently gave a presentation addressing legal issues arising from Alternative Education Programs at the Education Law Association’s 50th Annual Conference in Tucson, Arizona. Gary D. Wilson of Jill Schwartz & Associates, P.A. in Winter Park recently lectured on “A Practical Approach To Workplace Laws & Their Impact On Your Practice” before the Dental Society of Greater Orlando, and on “Discover The Inside Scoop From the Plaintiff’s Attorney: How to Avoid The Biggest Mistakes Public Sector Employers Make That Result In Large Settlements And Jury Verdicts” at the CEM Public Sector Employment Law 2004 Update. James K. Rubin of The Law Offices of James K. Rubin, P.A., in North Miami Beach, was a guest speaker before members of the City of Hollywood Police Department and the City of Hollywood Code Enforcement Division. Rubin’s topic was “The Role of the Special Magistrate in Code Enforcement Proceedings.” John F. Flanigan of Moyle, Flanigan, Katz, Raymond & Sheehan, P.A., in West Palm Beach was elected to a two-year term as chair of the board of directors of The Audubon Society of Florida. Rebecca Morgan of Stetson University College of Law was presented the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys’ UnAward for her contributions to the advancement of elder law Ed Mullins was selected to be featured in a “Special Tribute to America’s Best Lawyers” that will be broadcast on the Forbes Radio Channel in-flight broadcast. Edward S. Jaffry of Akerman Senterfitt in Tallahassee spoke in Ft. Lauderdale as part of Nova Southeastern University’s Fall Classic. His presentation, “Crossfire: Taking on Your Florida Law Issue Challenges” was a question-answer session on Florida pharmacy law. Donald J. Hayden of Baker & McKenzie in Miami was recently reappointed to serve as the co-chair of the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation’s International Litigation Committee. Karen L. Goldsmith of Goldsmith, Grout & Lewis, P. A. in Winter Park and Tallahassee recently received the highest honor awarded in long term care by the Florida Health Care Association, the Walter M. Johnson Circle of Excellence Award. Jeanette M. Flores of GrayRobinson in Tampa was elected to serve as president of the Commercial Real Estate Women of Tampa Bay for 2005. Carmen Johnson of Akerman Senterfitt in Miami spoke in Orlando as part of a joint meeting between the Association of Florida Healthcare Auxiliaries and the Florida Association of Directors of Volunteer Services. Her seminar was titled, “Employment Law Concerns for Volunteers.” Eric D. Rapkin of Akerman Senterfitt in Ft. Lauderdale recently spoke at the ICSC U.S. Shopping Center Law Conference on “Construction Work Letters: Achieving What Both Sides Want,” an interactive workshop regarding construction issues in commercial real estate leases. Mike Eidson of Colson Hicks Eidson in Coral Gables was elected vice president of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. Thomas A. Sadaka of Berger Singerman participated in a panel discussion dealing with case studies in IT compliance management at Gartner Research’s Symposium ITXPO 2004 in Orlando. Sadaka was a subject matter expert on regulatory compliance and corporate governance as information technology and federal regulatory statutes converge. Jose D. Sosa of Arnstein & Lehr, L.L.P., was named chair of the Young Lawyers Subcommittee on Civility and Professionalism for the Defense Research Institute. Nathaniel L. Doliner of Carlton Fields in Tampa spoke at the Florida Risk and Insurance Management Society Conference in Naples. Doliner was a member of a panel that discussed “Insurance and Credit Based Solutions for Mergers and Acquisitions.” Fred Leonhardt of GrayRobinson in Orlando was recently named 2004’s Most Influential Businessman by the Orlando Business Journal. Jill Schwartz and Andrew G. Wedmore of Jill Schwartz & Associates, P.A., in Winter Park lectured on “The Anatomy of Employment Law: How to Prevent Workplace Lawsuits from Drawing Blood” at the Florida Hospital CME Employment Law Seminar. Additionally, Schwartz was named one of the “Top 5% Of The Best Of The Bar 2004” by the Orlando Business Journal. Kevin A. Raudt was honored by the Anti-Defamation League during its 16th Annual National Philanthropy Day sponsored by the Ft. Lauderdale/Broward Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Carol Salzmann of Akerman Senterfitt in Orlando was elected chair of the City of Orlando Code Enforcement Board. Louis D. Putney of Tampa was elected board vice president of the Nathan B. Stubblefield Foundation WMNF Community Radio 88.5 FM. Ervin A. Gonzalez of Colson Hicks Eidson in Miami was a featured speaker at the “Punitive Damages in Florida” legal seminar presented by Lorman Educational Services. directors for 2004-2005.Benchmarks Circuit Judge Eugene J. Fierro of Miami-Dade County was awarded the Diploma of Judicial Skills from the American Academy of Judicial Education. Judge Amy Steele Donner wrote a portion of Florida Pretrial Practice, which was published in August 2004. Judge Richard P. McCully was tapped by the Iron Arrow Society, the highest honor attained at the University of Miami. Judge Cynthia G. Imperato, 17th Judicial Circuit, spoke at the National Association of Bunco Investigators Annual Conference in Washington, D.C. Her presentation was titled, “A Judicial Perspective.” Judge Thomas Bateman of the Second Circuit received the 2004 Iris Award, given by the Tallahassee affiliate of the National Alliance of the Mentally Ill. January 1, 2005 News & Notes January 1, 2005 News and Notes
Madison, In. — Indiana Department of Transportation personnel from the Madison Unit have been scheduled to make asphalt pavement patches and repair concrete ditches along a slide site on State Road 7 next week at Madison.INDOT crews should be onsite next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (OCT 30, 31 & NOV 1), weather permitting, closing S.R. 7 north of S.R. 56—just north of Irish Hollow—on Hanging Rock Hill. Barricades will be in place each day between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. stopping traffic at the top of the hill at Harris Street and at the bottom of the hill at Third Street.The S.R. 7 Hanging Rock Hill slide is slated for mitigation next year. A $2,164,847 state contract was awarded this week to the Paul H. Rohe Company of Aurora for stabilizing the embankment slide and resurfacing S.R. 7 pavement 0.4 miles north of S.R. 56.
Elsewhere, Lyon will host Cristiano Ronaldo and the Italian giants, Juventus in the first leg of their last-16 tie.After City’s win over Leicester on Saturday, Pep Guardiola said: “We will try to be ourselves. We can win and we can lose but we must try to be ourselves.”Yet in some ways, City will seek a role reversal too. Madrid’s record is the envy of Europe but in particular by teams like City, whose financial might and technical talent has translated only into disappointment outside domestic competition.In the time City have won three Premier League titles and five domestic cups, they have gone past the Champions League’s quarterfinals only once, reaching the last four in 2016, only to be beaten by Madrid.Zinedine Zidane’s side, meanwhile, have surrendered dominance in La Liga to Barcelona but made amends for one Spanish league title in seven years by winning four Champions Leagues out of the last six.Few would argue that quality explains the difference. Madrid’s success has certainly been due in part to the brilliance of Cristiano Ronaldo but City have perhaps boasted an even better all-round collection of players and their excellence in England points to a club well-equipped to excel in Europe.Guardiola has been accused of over-thinking against elite opposition too yet City’s lethargy encompasses nine seasons in the Champions League and Guardiola has only been in charge for three.Instead, Madrid’s habit for coming through the kind of crunch games that have so often proved City’s undoing suggests each club’s identification with the Champions League has become something of a self-fulfilling prophecy.Madrid believe this tournament is their tournament, a conviction based on historic success that makes them assured under pressure and ruthless in the decisive moments.“When you have a history of the (Alfredo) Di Stefano period, winning five or six European Cups at that time, it means a new player that comes to Real Madrid and puts on that shirt knows ‘we have to defend our history’,” said Guardiola. “That gives them a boost because they live that history.”When Madrid last won the Champions League by beating Liverpool in the final in 2018, their advance to the trophy seemed to rely on a number of crucial interventions falling their way.In the semifinal against Bayern Munich, they progressed after an error from Bayern’s goalkeeper Sven Ulreich. In the quarters, they were awarded a fortuitous 97th-minute penalty to beat Juventus. Even in the last 16, they faced a Paris Saint-Germain side without the injured Neymar.Yet where some saw luck, Madrid’s coach and their players saw a refusal to give in.“The point is Madrid never give up,” said Zidane after their last-gasp triumph over Juventus. “We came up against a number of obstacles but we believe in the goals we want to achieve and we achieve them because we fight.”For City, that refusal to accept defeat is still to be established and with every year that victory evades them, doubts grow too.“It’s a real, real test,” said Guardiola. “The king of this competition against a team who are not used to playing this kind of game much, because our best performance was one semifinal in our history.“So, in a marvelous stadium we have to show our personality.”Personality to Guardiola means a certain style as well as attitude but to Madrid, the objective is more straight-forward.“At Real Madrid, every season, you have to go for everything and win everything,” said Zidane last summer. “And more importantly, we believe we can do it.”Elsewhere tonight, Lyon goalkeeper, Anthony Lopes, knows how big a job he faces keeping his Portuguese international colleague quiet when the French side face Juventus in the Champions League tonight.“I have been lucky enough to play alongside him. He is the captain and an extraordinary personality, a great man,” Lopes told AFP when asked about playing with Ronaldo.Lopes, 29, was born near Lyon and has spent his entire club career there. But thanks to his Portuguese roots he has won seven caps and been to two major tournaments with Ronaldo, including Euro 2016 which Portugal won.“I have gone to major tournaments with him, the Euro and the World Cup, where you have to develop links to those around you, and to do what he does every day is quite incredible,” Lopes added. “Players today take great inspiration from him.”Lyon are massive underdogs against a Juve side in a hurry for Champions League success given the massive investment they made in Ronaldo, who recently turned 35.Last year it was Lionel Messi who put Lyon to the sword at this stage, scoring twice as Barcelona won 5-1 in the second leg after a goalless draw in France.“When you play Barca or Juve, the danger comes from everywhere,” Lopes said, adding: “All eyes will be on Ronaldo, especially in the stands.”TODAY (9pm)Real Madrid v Man CityLyon v JuventusShare this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE*Lyon lay ambush for Juventus and RonaldoManchester City will be up against both Real Madrid and their reputation this night as the UEFA Champions League’s biggest winners play one of its biggest underachievers at the Santiago Bernabeu.
On Monday morning, the Dornsife School of Letters, Arts and Sciences’ School of International Relations hosted a conversation on international security and business in the Middle East.Middle East expertise · James B. Smith, the former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia, discusses U.S. security interests in the Middle East. – Ralf Cheung | Daily TrojanThe panel featured Amer Kayani, Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs for the U.S. Embassy in Saudi Arabia; Janet Breslin-Smith, former professor at the U.S. National War College; and James B. Smith, U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.Kayani, who lives in Saudi Arabia and focuses on the Middle East’s economy as a part of his job, emphasized the parallels between economics within the Islamic religion and capitalism.“Both [Islam and capitalism] permit private ownership of property, allow freedom of enterprise [and] support free markets in a competitive setting,” Kayani said.Kayani noted that currently, governments in the Middle East have taken over these free markets and have been unable to keep up with the growing demand for jobs.Anywhere from 50 to 70 percent of a Middle Eastern country’s population is 24 and under; this age group has recently graduated from college and is looking for jobs, which the government is unable to provide.“Because state-owned enterprises have failed to create jobs, the leadership in these countries have come to realize that they need to open up the market … to allow small and medium-sized enterprises to come in and play an active role in job creation,” Kayani said.Smith, who also lives in Saudi Arabia, noted the growing tension between ruling officials and upset citizens who cannot find jobs.Smith noted that, for the first time in Saudi Arabian history, there are “self-forming groups of citizens” that can be seen coming together to help each other rather than relying on the government. He said one of the fears of ruling officials is that citizens will come together and form rebellions.“The social contract in the region has always been one where the government provides and the population is thankful … but here we saw a different dynamic at work [in Jeddah November/December 2009],” Smith said.Breslin-Smith, wife of Ambassador Smith and a USC alumna, talked about her experience living with Saudi Arabian women and learning what life “look[s] like from their point of view.”Women in Saudi Arabia, though segregated from men due to Islamic tradition, are graduating at higher rates than men in the Middle East, and therefore are becoming a growing sector of the job market, said Breslin-Smith.After college, approximately 70 percent of women are unemployed, and those that are employed tend to flock to online jobs they can do remotely, which allow them to remain segregated from men in their working environments.From a business standpoint, Kayani noted that many industries are hiring only women workers, since women are unable to be seen in public during the day and therefore cannot take breaks to go outside, do not have obligations to take family members to appointments and are unable to drive during lunch breaks.All three panelists agreed that the politics in the Middle East are “painfully slowly” changing as a result of unhappy populations who are becoming more educated and receiving less help from their governments.Students found the panel to be vibrant in its discussion of the Middle East.“I thought it was very informative,” said Mina Rizk, a senior double majoring in Middle Eastern studies and political science. “[Smith] had a couple of good points that I myself didn’t agree with, but I’m sure he knows more than I do.”Emily Kennedy, a sophomore majoring in international relations, found the discussion to be closely related to her studies.“I was able to see the ideal application of my degree,” Kennelly said. “It was especially useful because it pertained to my concentrations, Middle East and women’s studies.”Follow Morgan on Twitter @megreenwald
Man sworn in as lawyer by judge who sentenced him to prison as a teen 20 years ago LATEST STORIES Kia, meanwhile, stumbled to its seventh straight loss to remain winless in the season-ending conference.Cummings dropped 37 points, six rebounds, and two assists in a losing effort for the Picanto, while Celda fired 15.The scores:GLOBALPORT 102 – Holloway 29, Pringle 21, Baracael 13, Cortez 10, Anthony 8, Pennisi 6, Arana 6, Guinto 5, Hubalde 4, Celiz 0, Grey 0, Forrester 0.KIA 90 – Cummings 37, Celda 15, Elorde 9, Camson 9, Paniamogan 6, Revilla 6, Salva 4, Caperal 2, Jaime 2, Corpuz 0, Ballesteros 0, Khobuntin 0, Yee 0, Deutchman 0.ADVERTISEMENT Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Read Next LOOK: Venues for 2019 SEA Games View comments Catriona Gray spends Thanksgiving by preparing meals for people with illnesses Flags of SEA Games countries raised at Athletes Village Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. SEA Games in Calabarzon safe, secure – Solcom chief “That was a hard game for us,” said GlobalPort head coach Franz Pumaren, whose squad dropped its previous game at the hands of Barangay Ginebra, 124-108, on July 30. “Not trying to use any excuse, but you can see that the three-week layoff was hard on our part. We’re a bit sluggish in a way that we were rushing things, and maybe it’s because the players were excited to play.”Still without Terrence Romeo, who is with Gilas Pilipinas in the 2017 Fiba Asia Cup, GlobalPort seemed poised to run away with the victory as it staged an 18-4 run abridging the final two quarters, turning a 67-65 edge with 2:30 left in the third quarter to a commanding 85-69 lead early in the fourth period.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 shutoutHowever, Markeith Cummings and Reden Celda kept the Picanto in the game, trimming the deficit to as low as six, 96-90, with 54.5 ticks left, before Holloway dropped the thunderous dunk to end the rally.New acquisition Mac Baracael added 13 points on a 2-of-4 shooting from threes, to go with four rebounds in his first game after the three-team trade which sent him to the Batang Pier. MOST READ WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Quarters: 28-21, 49-48, 74-69, 102-90. UPLB exempted from SEA Games class suspension Lazaro’s hamstring injury forces Vicente to tap Macandili as replacement Murphey Holloway. PBA IMAGESGlobalPort continued its up-and-down ride in the 2017 PBA Governors’ Cup, holding off Kia, 102-90, Sunday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.Murphy Holloway unfurled 29 points, 18 rebounds, three assists, and three blocks, while Stanley Pringle commandeered the offense and finished with 21 markers, seven boards, and four dimes as the Batang Pier evened their standing at 2-2.ADVERTISEMENT Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:30’Excited’ Terrence Romeo out to cherish first PBA finals appearance01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:37Protesters 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
Rounds three and four of the VT League were held at Albert Park.In the men’s division, rounds three and four saw the University Blues and Western Districts Dodgers remain undefeated, with the Blues defeating the Cougars in a tight one, eventually winning 8-7. In round four they disposed of their opponents the Vipers pretty easily, winning 7-2. The Dodgers beat fellow newcomers the Falcons 10-2 in round three, whilst in round for they defeated the Lions 6-4. Despite their loss to the Blues, the Vipers won their other match, beating the Lions 8-7. Reigning champs the Cougars defeated the Falcons 6-1 in their second win of the season, while the Lions and Falcons are yet to clock up their first win.In the women’s division, things are a lot closer with no team undefeated in the competition. The Vipers and the Cougars, previously undefeated, were beaten by the Lions and the Uni Blues respectively in round three. In round four, the Vipers defeated the Blues, with the Cougars beating the Falcons comprehensively 17-0. The Dodgers also defeated the Falcons heavily, winning 11-0 in round four. That was their first win of the season, and leaves the Falcons the only team yet to taste victory. The Lions are also going strong, beating the Dodgers in round four, to go with their defeat of the Vipers in round three. Round ThreeMenVipers – 8 def. Lions – 7Uni Blues – 8 def. Cougars – 7Western Districts – 10 def. Falcons – 2WomenLions – 7 def. Vipers – 6Uni Blues – 5 def. Cougars – 4 Western Districts – 10 def. Falcons – 0Round FourMenWestern Districts – 6 def. Lions – 4Cougars – 6 def. Falcons – 1Uni Blues – 7 def. Vipers – 2WomenLions – 6 def. Western Districts – 2Cougars – 17 def. Falcons – 0Vipers – 7 def. Uni Blues – 4For further information, visit www.victouch.com.au or www.vtleague.com.au
Liverpool boss Klopp reveals Wijnaldum importanceby Ansser Sadiq10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has explained the importance of Gini Wijnaldum to his team.The Dutch midfielder was in fine form in the 5-1 thrashing of Arsenal at Anfield.With the Reds now seven points clear at the top of the table, Klopp signalled out his central midfielder for praise.”He’s an outstanding player,” said the manager to the club’s official website.”He combines a lot of things that you need. On a one-on-one situation, he can keep the body between the opponent and the ball, then pass the ball.”I don’t know how many positions he’s played. In the double-six he plays really well.”He can play all three positions in midfield and that’s really nice. All the boys are really versatile, to be honest.”Hendo came in on Saturday and played the half-space and helped so much with how we defended. He was really lively. But Gini is in a good moment.” About the authorAnsser SadiqShare the loveHave your say
The Ohio State women’s lacrosse team can’t seem to top Penn State. Coming into Sunday’s game, OSU had not beaten the Nittany Lions since 2008. Despite OSU being the higher ranked team, nothing changed in the two teams’ most recent meeting, and the No. 10 OSU squad fell to No. 13 Penn State, 15-12. “We didn’t come out strong, we came out pretty flat,” said OSU senior attacker Alayna Markwordt. “Penn State has always been one of our biggest rivals, so this is a frustrating one to lose.” Markwordt, Ohio State’s leading scorer, was held without a goal but did contribute two assists and had two groundballs. The Buckeyes (9-4, 1-3) struck first on sophomore attacker Katie Chase’s unassisted goal two-and-a-half minutes into the game. From that point, it was a back-and-forth battle, with the two teams trading sets of goals for the rest of the first half. OSU jumped out to a 4-2 lead with 10 minutes remaining in the half, but the lead would turn into a 5-4 deficit after Penn State freshman attacker Maggie McCormick ripped off three straight goals in less than two minutes. The two teams went into the locker room tied at 6-6 after a goal from OSU sophomore midfielder Cara Facchina, which came after an assist from freshman attacker Jackie Cifarelli with 24 seconds left. Penn State (10-4, 2-2 Big Ten) had 13 fouls compared to OSU’s four in the first half. “The heat of the game builds up ’cause you know you’re playing your rival that you come out against every year, and it’s always a battle,” said freshman goalie Tori DeScenza. She finished the game playing all but the last three minutes and had seven saves, including five in the second half. The next 30 minutes started much like the first except Penn State struck first. Sophomore attacker Mackenzie Cyr scored with McCormick chipping in on one of her team-leading four assists. Cyr and McCormick lead the team with four goals and four assists apiece, and were responsible for teaming up on five of the teams 15 goals. The back-and-forth battle continued as OSU’s Kirsten Donahue tied the game at 7-7 on a free position shot. The senior midfielder went on to score three of her team-leading four goals in the second half. The game was tied at 11-11 with 17:34 to play when once again, Donahue scored. But that would be the last time OSU would stay tied with Penn State as the Nittany Lions jumped out to a 13-11 lead with 15 minutes to go. Penn State would go on to score the last two goals, the final one coming on Cyr’s fourth of the game. “They just kind of took it at the end and we just couldn’t be there with it,” DeScenza said. The team has two regular season games left, including a home match-up against American University 2 p.m. Saturday.
Raheem Sterling will start for England in Sunday’s World Cup Group G game against Panama.England boss Southgate has told the players his line-up and Ruben Loftus-Cheek is the only change as he comes in for the injured Dele Alli, Mirror Uk confirms.Despite doubts after England’s win against Tunisia in their opening Group G game with Tunisia, Southgate has kept faith with Sterling. Even though those doubts were fueled by Southgate’s assistant Steve Holland being pictured with training notes before training this week which indicated Sterling would be dropped for Marcus Rashford.Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.Manchester City forward Sterling started England’s opening game victory over Tunisia on Monday but was replaced by Manchester United’s Rashford in the 68th minute.The 23-year-old has scored only twice in 39 internationals and has not netted in his past 21.Although World Cup debutants Panama were beaten 3-0 by Belgium in their opening match, their coach Hernan Dario Gomez has already confirmed he will still field the same XI against England.
Loris Karius has written an emotional letter to Liverpool fans thanking them for their support after joining Besiktas on a two-year loan.Karius,25, made two crucial errors in Liverpool’s Champions League final loss to Real Madrid in May, while he also struggled for form during pre-season.Liverpool subsequently paid a then world-record fee for a goalkeeper to sign Alisson from Roma, with the Brazilian taking over as first choice between the posts.Karius is now keen to rebuild his reputation in the Turkish Super Lig after making 49 appearances for Jurgen Klopp’s side.Everybody at #LFC wishes @LorisKarius the best of luck during his loan spell. ?https://t.co/TNB7Rt2SJXVirgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.— Liverpool FC (@LFC) August 25, 2018“Proud to be part of the famous Besiktas family now,” Karius wrote on Twitter.“Your welcome at the airport yesterday was simply overwhelming! I will give it my all to win with Besiktas.“A big Thank You goes out to all of the Liverpool fans for the support until now – you indeed never let me walk alone.”