Friday, October 4, 2019

World Speech Day 2020 in 3 Cities


















World Speech Day 2020 is, as we promised, bigger and better!

We had our maiden WSD event in Kuala Lumpur this year – and next year, we shall spread our wings to two other cities – making it 3 altogether.




















More Malaysians will know of World Speech Day. 

More Malaysians will remember March 15.

More Malaysians will acknowledge World Speech Day is THE PUBLIC SPEAKING EVENT OF THE YEAR.

#unexpectedvoices #worldspeechday














In yesterday’s Europa League Group E match between Celtic and CFR Cluj, the former went some way to avenge their shock Champions League exit to the latter when they convincingly overcame the Romanian side 2-0 in Glasgow. 

The Scottish champions were dominant in just about every aspect of their game. They had 56% of possession, 69% pass accuracy versus 59% from their opponents, 17 shots versus eight, 5 shots on target versus two, and 7 corners versus three. 

Since losing to Cluj at Celtic Park in August, Celtic have remained unbeaten in their subsequent 11 games in all competitions (9 wins, 2 draws). 

Their first goal came in the twentieth minute when Boli Bolingoli crossed delightfully onto the head of Odsonne Edouard to send Celtic Park into rapturous rejoicing. 

And the second came in the fifty-ninth minute when Mohamed Elyanoussi picked the right night to score his first goal for Celtic. On loan from Southampton, he started and finished a flowing move, albeit his shot spun past the keeper on the rain-soaked surface after taking a huge deflection off a defender. 

Well done, Celtic!

Now that we're in October, this is my wish too:


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