It’s so sad how he keeps demanding the ball and no one gives it to him. It just keeps going to the flanks for Young to dribble and cross aimlessly. He’s being so criminally underused, both by Ferguson and now Moyes. Klopp may not have been fully right to criticise them, given that Kagawa might really have some fitness/fit issues. But the way he gets shunted to the left is a joke.
Of course, some blame must land on Kagawa himself. Choosing to go to Manchester United when they are not tuned towards passing and possession football was a mistake. Even under Fergie, ManU had always relied on wing play, more so than any other top teams in any European league.
Maybe Klopp can rescue him like he did Sahin (whom I still wish was with Liverpool; playing him as a No. 10 made zero sense). And he can go and rip up the Bundesliga again, proving that Moyes is a dinosaur. And that ManU should have tried to lure Klopp instead.
I’m so glad they didn’t though. #MoyesIn.
I’ve always liked the concept of Tesla Motors. Electric cars have a bad rep for being poor substitutes for regular cars, but Elon Musk and Tesla smashed that notion with the incredible Model S.
The Model S is both good looking, efficient, and spacious. It’s also the only car to ace every aspect of the U.S. car safety tests I believe. Now that they are building a factory for their car batteries (which can expand to production and sale of regular batteries), it could have huge implications for Tesla and the world.
If the new factory does defray costs by the touted 30%, it could make Teslas far more affordable. And with an affordable version in the works, that’s super great news for the future of automobiles.
We need to start doing more for the Earth. Just look at the air pollution in China. Electric cars will help ease the burden on our planet, and reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. The sort of innovation that goes into building these state-of-the-art cars will also only be beneficial for the world.
Unfortunately, in a crammed country like Singapore, it’s difficult to use electric cars. There just isn’t the infrastructure for it. But if the electric car industry continues to grow, it might not be surprising to see charging stations in carparks all over the country.
Now that I can really buy into.