The Basic Principles Concerning Training


(Photo by Wolfgang Rattay/Pool via Getty Images) Solskjaer says Manchester United trio can learn from Cavani in training Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Manchester United’s forward can learn from the experience of Edinson Cavani. Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial made up the front three for almost every game at the end of last season. Cavani was brought in during the summer and although he is still awaiting a first Premier League start, his midweek performance against Istanbul Basaksehir shows he is now fit enough to be a viable starting option. Speaking ahead of the trip to Southampton, Solskjaer said that the young forward trio can take a lot from working alongside Cavani. (Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images) “Mason can definitely develop into a top number nine,” said Solskjaer. “He has one of the top number nines of world football from the last ten years in Edinson to learn from. That goes for both Anthony and Marcus. “Edinson’s come in and shown a different way of playing as no.9 that we haven’t had at the club for a while. So, they can learn from him, definitely.” Zlatan Ibrahimovic arrived in 2016 under Jose Mourinho, charged with not only scoring goals but helping Rashford and Martial develop and Cavani is in a similar position now. The move for Cavani is a short-term one, but it can have longer term effects if United’s frontline of the future pick up tips from the Uruguayan. That could be in terms of his fitness, professionalism or finishing. [Training]

The Frank Murray Leadership Recognition for a knockout post Continuous Improvement is named after the founding President of Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) Frank Murray. He served as chairman of the TEAC Board and one of the initial CAEP Board of Directors members. The recipients of the Frank Murray Leadership Recognition for Continuous Improvement award showed accreditation where there was no area for improvement. Dr. David Lancaster, WVU Parkersburg Education division chairperson and professor, has worked to revise the Elementary Education program to address the new CAEP Elementary standards and meet the West Virginia Department of Education requirements for yearlong residency. “The award validates what we have been working on for the past seven years as we restructured our program to meet the rigor of the CAEP standards,” Dr. Lancaster said. “It is evidence supporting what we already knew about our program; it is excellent.” Recipients are selected by the Educator Preparation Providers (EPP). The EPP evaluates providers’ performance regarding their readiness for the challenges that arise in America’s classrooms, showing equity and excellence in their preparation of teacher candidates. “This award is directly connected to the hard work of the Elementary Education team at WVU Parkersburg,” Dr.