In this regard, he highlighted the role of the coach in defining the “philosophy” of a team. “There are two points that I think are important: A club must have a philosophy about what football they want to play and represent. That’s why you hire a coach you trust, “he added.On the other hand, the former soccer player, who arrived at Bayern last November to replace Croatian Niko Kovac, he praised the possibility that the German champion managers discuss the staff issues, and that it is possible to “speak everything openly”.The coach was not involved in the recent signing of the German team, goalkeeper Alexander Nübel, from Schalke. “They didn’t ask me, but of course I knew it was going to be signed. It was an issue that affected next season and I didn’t necessarily have to get involved either, “he said. Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick said that a coach must have the “right to veto” over “new additions and reinforcements” in football teams, emphasizing the Technicians’ responsibility to “implement” the philosophy of each set and determine their “game.”“It is important to evaluate which players should complement or strengthen the eqexisting equipment. In my opinion, when it comes to new additions and reinforcements, the coach must have the right to veto, “said the coach of the Bundesliga leader to the German newspaper ‘Sport Bild’.
Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) will now be a facilitator for ‘Hunar Se Rozgar Tak’ scheme, launched by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India.MTDC has tied up with identified hospitality institutions with an aim to provide economic empowerment of the youth in the remote areas of the state. To be run free of cost, the programmes will ensure economic benefit through employment generation and reduce the skill gap that affects the hospitality sector.The scheme targets at generating self-employment opportunities for students who are at least eighth pass and belong to the age group of 18-28. MTDC has carried out various hospitality courses comprising six to eight weeks which include ‘Food Production’, ‘Food and Beverages’, ‘Bakery and Patisseri’ and ‘Housekeeping utility’.Valsa Nair Singh, Principal Secretary, Cultural & Tourism Affairs, Government of Maharashtra, said, “The MoT has announced a very important and effective initiative under the ‘Hunar Se Rozgar’ scheme. With MTDC being selected as a key facilitator, we have taken up an important responsibility on our shoulders to bring a positive change for these students who belong to an underprivileged background. Hunar Se Rozgar Tak is a double benefit programme as it improves the standard of living of these students as well as provides a sound resource to serve in the hospitality sector.”Employees of Infosys, Hinjewadi, on the other hand, have been provided tourism facilities under the banner of MTDC. Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis recently inaugurated India’s first-of-its-kind project- MTDC’s Infosys Tourism Pavilion, whereby a tourism pavilion in the Infosys campus Phase II Food court 3 will be offering tourism related services to the employees on a concessional basis.