United’s new jersey is reminiscent of the ‘invisible ones’

first_imgThe one of the current season will be even simpler, since in this case it will not have the two horizontal lines crossing the chest nor the advertising in red, something that made it stand out a bit. Chevrolet will remain the main sponsor, although they will continue to look Kohler in the arm. The pants and sleeve stripes would be slightly darker than the rest of the shirts. Premier League* Data updated as of April 20, 2020 Despite the fact that now Adidas dresses them and not Umbro as in the 1995-1996 campaign, that shirt did not bring them good luck. They only got a point in the five games they dressed her, and it is that apparently the players had a hard time meeting on the field, since the color made it difficult for them to see and they were confused when making passes. That is why during those meetings, they were baptized as the Manchester of the ‘invisible’. Once even, during the Carling Cup before him Southampton, Sir Alex Ferguson made them change the kit for the rest of the squad at half-time, including Eric Cantona. The players did not look good on the field and ended up losing the match by three goals to nil.Getty Images’); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>The gray shirt that Manchester United wore during the 1995-1996 season.Getty Imagescenter_img The alleged second Manchester United jersey for the 2020-2021 season. & Nbsp; (Footy Headlines) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>The supposed second Manchester United shirt for the 2020-2021 season.The supposed second Manchester United shirt for the 2020-2021 season. (Footy Headlines) An image of what is supposed to be Manchester United’s second kit for the 2020-2021 season has come to light. A priori, the new one-tone shirt greenish gray, does not attract much attention, something that he remembers, as he explains Mirror, which they took in the mid-nineties Eric Cantona, David Beckham or Ryan Giggs.last_img read more

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Tourism Authority of Thailand upgrades mobile apps for tourists

first_imgTourism Authority of Thailand upgrades mobile apps for touristsThe Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) recently upgraded its Amazing Thailand and Tourism Thailand mobile apps to ensure accurate and timely travel information at the fingertips of local and international tourists. This is part of the drive to improve the visitor experience whether they’re here for sightseeing, shopping, dining or health.In response to the way modern travellers seek services online, in particular on their mobile devices, TAT has developed four mobile apps, which give travellers instant facts and data on general tourist information or more niche services.The English-language Amazing Thailand mobile app is aimed at helping international tourists find data on attractions, tours, dining and accommodation. Meanwhile, the Tourism Thailand mobile app offers a similar range of services to local travellers with Thai language listings about events and attractions.Both the Amazing Thailand and Tourism Thailand mobile apps are now boasting new features including maps, GPS and 360 VR images of destinations to enable users to easily find attractions and gain preliminary impressions of places of interest. Information can also be shared via e-mail and other social media platforms and e-mail.In addition, the Amazing Thailand mobile app also enable users to ‘speak Thai’ via an English-to-Thai translation dictionary, which can be voiced operated allowing tourists to find words they need to communicate with Thai people, shop owners and food sellers.TAT also has two other apps for specific groups of travellers. The Muslim Friendly Destination mobile app lists Muslim friendly venues and includes features; such as, a Qibla compass and prayer times. Meanwhile, the Women’s Journey Thailand keeps female travellers up to date with all the latest offers and promotions in dining, sport, health and beauty.All these apps are available on Google Play for Android and App Store for iOSSource = Tourism Authority of Thailandlast_img read more

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