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Administración Wolf: Fabricante con sede en Polonia establece nueva planta de elaboración y centro de excelencia norteamericano en el condado de Lackawanna que genera más de 400 empleos

first_img Economy,  Español,  Press Release,  Workforce Development En el día de la fecha, el Gobernador Tom Wolf anunció que el Grupo CANPACK reurbanizará un antiguo terreno industrial abandonado en el condado de Lackawanna para establecer una planta de fabricación de latas de aluminio y un centro de excelencia norteamericano.La inversión de CANPACK Group, un fabricante internacional de latas de aluminio y acero y de botellas de vidrio para el sector de alimentos y bebidas y una subsidiaria de GIORGI GLOBAL HOLDINGS, INC. con sede en Pennsylvania, creará 400 nuevos empleos bien remunerados para los residentes de Pennsylvania.“CANPACK es conocida en todo el mundo por su capacidad de fabricación, y estamos encantados de que la compañía haya elegido a Pennsylvania para su inserción en América del Norte”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “Esta empresa realiza una inversión histórica en el condado de Lackawanna, crea empleos bien remunerados para cientos de residentes de Pennsylvania, utiliza de manera productiva un terreno industrial abandonado y genera ingresos adicionales para la comunidad local”.El compromiso de CANPACK incluye la adquisición y la demolición de una planta arruinada de 1 millón de pies cuadrados en un terreno industrial abandonado de 102 acres en Olyphant Borough, donde establecerá una planta de 908,000 pies cuadrados para la fabricación de latas de aluminio y un centro de operaciones. Incluye un centro de experiencia del cliente que retrata las capacidades litográficas y de I+D (Investigación y desarrollo) de CANPACK, la primera en los Estados Unidos.La compañía se ha comprometido a invertir casi $366 millones en el proyecto y creará más de 400 empleos ejecutivos, profesionales y técnicos de fabricación en el plazo de tres años. Este proyecto marca la novena inversión de capital más grande en la historia del Equipo de Acción del Gobernador al generar puestos de nivel ejecutivo regional y el proyecto de fabricación más grande en Greater Scranton Area desde Proctor & Gamble en 1966.“Desde que invertimos por primera vez en CANPACK hace más de 30 años, ha pasado de ser una única fábrica de latas de acero para alimentos en Polonia a ser una verdadera empresa multinacional de envases con casi 8,000 empleados y 28 sitios de fabricación ubicados en Europa, América del Sur, India, el Medio Oriente y África. Estamos muy emocionados de traer a CANPACK a los Estados Unidos, el mayor mercado de latas de aluminio para bebidas del mundo”, dijo Peter Giorgi, Presidente y CEO de Giorgi Global Holdings, Inc.” A pesar de tantos lugares atractivos, elegimos Pennsylvania no solo porque es mi hogar y el hogar de muchas de las otras empresas de productos agrícolas y envasado de alimentos de GIORGI GLOBAL HOLDINGS, sino también debido a la cálida bienvenida que hemos recibido del Gobernador Wolf y del Equipo de Acción del Gobernador, el Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Económico, el Departamento de Protección Ambiental, el Senador John Blake, el distrito escolar de Mid-Valley, el condado de Lackawanna y la ciudad de Olyphant”.“CANPACK es una gran compañía con una plataforma de crecimiento fenomenal y estamos absolutamente encantados de ingresar al mercado estadounidense donde podremos satisfacer mejor las necesidades de latas de bebidas de nuestros clientes globales”, dijo Roberto Villaquiran, CEO de CANPACK. “Además, invertir en la conversión de un terreno industrial abandonado en un centro de operaciones y una planta de fabricación de latas de aluminio de última generación, que crea empleos locales y beneficia a la comunidad, es consistente con el enfoque de CANPACK acerca de la sostenibilidad y de ser un ciudadano corporativo responsable que retribuye a la comunidad local”.Para este importante proyecto de reurbanización de terrenos industriales abandonados, CANPACK recibió una propuesta del Departamento de Desarrollo Comunitario y Económico (DCED) por $6 millones en fondos del Proyecto de Capital de Asistencia para la Reurbanización (RACP, por sus siglas en inglés). El proyecto fue coordinado por el Equipo de Acción del Gobernador, un grupo experimentado de profesionales de desarrollo económico que responden directamente al gobernador y trabajan con empresas que están considerando ubicarse o expandirse en Pennsylvania.“Durante generaciones, el sitio de este desarrollo ha sido una fuente de ingresos, empleo y orgullo para miles de familias del condado de Lackawanna. Me entusiasma que CANPACK cree cientos de trabajos muy necesarios y bien remunerados en nuestra región y, específicamente en este sitio industrial extenso en Olyphant”, dijo el Senador John Blake. “Aplaudo a la Administración Wolf y al Equipo de Acción del Gobernador por su trabajo para atraer a CANPACK a nuestra región y por mostrar una vez más el valor de las alianzas público-privadas para nuestra región, nuestros residentes y nuestra economía”.El Grupo CANPACK es un grupo global de empresas de envasado cuya sede operativa principal se encuentra en Cracovia, Polonia. Las operaciones del Grupo CANPACK incluyen la fabricación de latas de aluminio, la producción de botellas de vidrio, la fabricación de envases industriales y de alimentos, y la producción de tapas corona. La casa matriz de CANPACK es GIORGI GLOBAL HOLDINGS, INC., una empresa de cartera mundial con sede operativa en Blandon, Pennsylvania y con operaciones en los sectores agrícola, alimentario y de envasado.Para obtener más información sobre el Equipo de acción del Gobernador o el DCED, visite dced.pa.gov, y asegúrese de estar al día con todas las noticias de nuestra agencia en Facebook, Twitter y LinkedIn.View this information in English. Administración Wolf: Fabricante con sede en Polonia establece nueva planta de elaboración y centro de excelencia norteamericano en el condado de Lackawanna que genera más de 400 empleos SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img July 15, 2020last_img read more

Altidore: I’m a better player now

first_img United States international Altidore, 23, scored only once in 28 games for Hull but proved to be deadly in front of goal during two seasons in Holland, notching 31 times last season for AZ Alkmaar. Altidore told the Sunderland Echo: “I think I just became a better player in Holland than the one when I was at Hull. New Sunderland striker Jozy Altidore insists his two years in Holland have made him a much better player than during his previous spell in the Barclays Premier League. “On and off the ball and linking up with the players around me, I just got better. It’s that simple. I’ve become a much more confident player since then. “The two leagues are completely different, but we’re trying to play football which looks good and hopefully I can score some goals.” Altidore has also scored in four consecutive internationals for the United States in June. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Etihad Airways flies higher

first_imgEtihad Airways is once again a big winner in the 2017 AirlineRatings.com Airline Excellence Awards announced on Monday November 14.The airline won for the third consecutive year Best First Class, Best Long Haul Airline (Middle East/Africa) and also ranked in the AirlineRatings.com Top Ten.AirlineRatings.com is the world’s only safety and product rating website and promotes excellence and innovation in the airline industry and the pinnacle of these efforts is its Airline Excellence Awards.Best First ClassEtihad’s First Class product continues to be a clear standout since its introduction in 2015.According to AirlineRatings.com Editor-in-Chief Geoffrey Thomas “Etihad’s commitment to excellence appears to know no bounds. The airline’s newFirst Class and Business Class offerings are quite stunning and have set the bar at a new high.”“In what is an incredible achievement in just over 14 years Etihad Airways has stamped itself not only as a major force in the airline industry but a trendsetter.”Take a video stroll through Etihad’s exclusive First Class cabin.Best Long Haul AirlineEtihad’s win for the Middle East/Africa for the third year running comes against stiff competition from Emirates and Qatar Airways.These three airlines are global giants that are dominating global aviation. “Etihad Airways is the new kid on the block and is challenging the product leadership and reach of its neighbours.”The airline’s network is far reaching and its network of affiliated airlines in which it has taken a shareholding is growing. The airline operates 125 aircraft to 120 destinations.Top TenTo be named in the Top Ten, airlines must achieve a seven-star safety rating and demonstrate leadership in innovation for passenger comfort. AirlineRatings.com developed its unique seven-star ratings system after two years of evaluation and consultation with the industry’s governing body the International Civil Aviation Organization.For the yearly ranking the editors of AirlineRatings.com, some of the most experienced and awarded, combine four major international industry and government audits, with another nine key criteria that include: fleet age, passenger review ratings, profitability, investment rating and key product offerings to arrive at a ranking.“We are looking for leadership, airlines that innovate to make a real difference to the passenger experience particularly in economy class,” said Mr Thomas.For the third year running Etihad Airways has been named in the Top Ten as it continues its leading role in global aviation with the world’s best First Class while launching new aircraft such as the 777X.It is continuing with its aggressive fleet roll out with 10 787s in service and 65 on order. The airline also has 65 A350s on order.last_img read more

Never too early to focus on disease pressures

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Farmers primary focus this time of year is getting their corn and soybean fields sowed, but as DuPont Pioneer Account Manager Tate Cockerill points out, they should also be giving some thought to disease pressures that may start to show up as the soils warm up. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins has more in this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report.last_img

Thousands rally across country to remember murdered missing

first_imgAPTN National NewsThousands of people across Canada spent Valentine’s Day remembering Aboriginal women who have either gone missing or have been murdered.Rallies were held in major centres with families and organizations demanding that police and government do a better job of tackling the problem and taking the issue seriously.APTN National News reporter Donna Smith has this story.last_img

Kristaps Porzingis Is Doing His Best Carmelo Anthony Impression

Jamal Crawford43.9243.52 Porzingis has vaulted up the bad-shot leaderboardLowest-ranked players in quantified Shot Quality (qSQ) in 2017-18 and how those players ranked a year ago “The stars in this league take tougher shots because defenses are focused on them. He’s 22, he’s going through that for the first time, and teams are gearing up on him, and not letting him spin or get a clear opportunity to pass the ball,” Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek told me before a recent game.Without Anthony to worry about, defenses have aggressively seized on Porzingis. A little more than halfway through the season, he’s already been double-teamed in the post 79 times (about twice a game), the fourth-highest total in the NBA and more than he faced during his first two seasons combined, according to Second Spectrum. This effectively is a way of daring him to make a quick, accurate pass to the right man — which is not his strength.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/passes.mp400:0000:0000:52Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Porzingis turns the ball over nearly twice as often as he records an assist, and averages fewer assists per game than any of the other players who rank among the NBA’s top 10 in post-ups. If opponents don’t double him, they will often crowd him on the catch, force him to put the ball on the floor, and bring a help defender so he’s forced to see two bodies.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/kpreel.mp400:0000:0001:08Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.The latter strategy, in particular, has worked well since Porzingis still lacks the physicality he needs to push some defenders — even small guards, who give up 6 or 7 inches — off their square.In theory, you could argue that Porzingis is better equipped to take the sorts of shots Anthony did because of how much taller he is, giving him clearer looks at the basket. But despite being the NBA’s tallest player,2He’s tied with Detroit’s Boban Marjanovic — a FiveThirtyEight favorite — who doesn’t see regular playing time. Porzingis’s midrange jumpers have been blocked more often than anyone else in the league. (Anthony is tied for third.) The budding star has an unusually low average release point of just over 9 feet on his midrange attempts, the third-lowest among the league’s 46 volume shooters,3This included players who’d taken at least 100 midrange attempts at the time of publication. according to an analysis run by senior data analyst Matt Scott of STATS SportVU at FiveThirtyEight’s request.Porzingis is the first to acknowledge that he began rushing his offense too much after the blistering pace he set to begin the season. “I think now I’m starting to realize it doesn’t need to be that way,” he told ESPN’s Ian Begley. “I can just let the game flow and see what happens. I can make the right play and not force and try to get those numbers.”No one would be foolish enough to write off Porzingis at this juncture, for his Melo-like shot selection or any other reason. This is his first year as the primary option — he wasn’t even the second banana last season, when both Anthony and Derrick Rose averaged more shot attempts per game — and aside from Tim Hardaway, Jr.,4Whose month-and-a-half-long absence coincided with Porzingis’s slump. he has no other teammate that qualifies as a true playmaker. He plays within the offense more than Anthony did. (Almost two-thirds of Porzingis’s 2-point baskets are assisted, while just under a third of Anthony’s 2-pointers in New York were.) And Porzingis provides enormous value as a rim protector, even when he’s not doing well on offense.Similar to Anthony, Porzingis can be lethal when teammates get him the ball in scenarios that allow him to make quick decisions off the catch. Hornacek’s best weapon to do that — playing Porzingis at center as part of a five-out lineup — deserves more spin, and would help things flow a bit more. Outside of that, the Knicks have been good at setting up these looks in transition, when Porzingis is trailing a play and can simply square up to shoot from the top of the key. Porzingis posts a whopping 56.7 percent effective field-goal rate when he shoots within two seconds of getting the ball, a rate that puts him in the same stratosphere as Kevin Durant or Anthony Davis as far as efficiency is concerned. But he becomes the equivalent of one of the two or three worst shooters in basketball, around 40 percent, when he attempts a shot after holding it for any more than two seconds. (More evidence of this: his 0.73 points per possession in one-on-one situations rank last among the 33 NBA players who isolate at least twice a game.5And have played at least 20 games.)New York’s made an effort to run plays for Porzingis — they run about 19 off-ball screens for him per 100 possessions, according to Second Spectrum, up from 10 last year — though it doesn’t always result in a touch, because of all the defensive attention he’s facing. “Even if I’m not open, it means someone else is open,” Porzingis said. “When we’re in movement, those are good plays for us.”This maturation process — figuring out how to create separation when defenses load up on a single player — was the one Anthony spent the most time helping Porzingis with early in his career.The pair often played one-on-one at practice, and every couple minutes, Porzingis would stop the game to ask Anthony for advice with certain moves. “[Working with him] has been fun,” Anthony told me back in 2015. “For me, it’s knowing that one day I’ll be gone, and somebody else will be here. And he’s the future.”For New York’s future to be brighter than its cloudy past, they’ll need Porzingis to navigate this stretch and learn how to find better shots than the ones Anthony feasted on as a Knick. Kristaps Porzingis45.6448.871 Jarrett Jack*44.83—— When the Knicks finally traded Carmelo Anthony last offseason, both he and the organization itself viewed it as an opportunity to get out from under a cloud. With the Oklahoma City deal, Melo joined a contending team that already had two All-Stars and left the club that fumbled his prime — one that then gladly handed the keys to the franchise to 22-year-old Kristaps Porzingis.For awhile, that experiment was going swimmingly. Porzingis averaged 30 points per contest through his first 11 outings of the season, a highly impressive, if clearly unsustainable, rate. Yet that hot start to the campaign probably camouflaged something that’s come into clearer focus as both the big man and his team have cooled down: For all the trouble New York went through to move on from Anthony and his ball-dominant tendencies, Porzingis launches many of the same heavily contested shots that prompted so much head-scratching and frustration among Knicks fans.Video Playerhttps://fivethirtyeight.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/badshots.mp400:0000:0001:49Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Going into the Knicks’ nationally televised game in Utah Friday, Porzingis has taken far more heavily contested jumpshots than any other NBA player this season. The majority of those attempts come from the antiquated midrange part of the floor, where New York continues to take more shots than any other team despite the firing of team president Phil Jackson, who insisted on using an unpopular triangle offense. Porzingis takes more than seven shots a game from midrange, the NBA’s second-highest mark; more than Anthony, who considers that area his sweet spot. Perhaps most eye-opening of all: according to Second Spectrum data, Porzingis is tied for the league’s fourth-lowest1Among those who’ve taken at least 300 shots for the season. quantified Shot Quality (qSQ), which measures the likelihood of a shot going in if taken by an average player. To put that into context, last season, Porzingis ranked 71st-lowest in the NBA by this measure, while Anthony had the NBA’s fourth-lowest shot quality profile during 2016-17.In other words: Kristaps Porzingis’s shot selection has essentially morphed into Carmelo Anthony’s. PlayerShot QualityRank (lowest)Shot QualityRank (lowest) DeMar DeRozan43.8%142.2%1 Devin Booker45.6546.012 * No rank for 2016-17 due to injuryqSQ measures the likelihood of a shot going in if taken by an average player; minimum 300 shots.Source: Second Spectrum 2017-182016-17 read more

Wrestling Ohio State set to make another run at a national championship

Redshirt sophomore wrestler Kollin Moore gets his hand raised after defeating Penn State’s Matt McCutcheon at 197 pounds on Feb. 3, 2017 at the Schottenstein Center. Nicholas McWilliams | Former Sports EditorThe No. 2 Ohio State wrestling team returns three former individual national champions and multiple members of the team that won a national championship in 2015. There are 10 Ohio State wrestlers — one in each of the 10 weight classes — are ranked in the top 12 of FloWrestling’s preseason individual weight class rankings. Given the depth of the roster, it might seem like national championship or bust for the Buckeyes.Head coach Tom Ryan took it one step further. “In March, not only do we want to win, I want to be the best team to ever walk on the mat,” he said. “I want this team to have more points and more champions than any team in the history of the sport.” Ohio State opens the season Saturday with the Princeton Open in Princeton, New Jersey. The open will strictly feature individual-weight brackets in lieu of a team competition. Ohio State opens its dual-meet season at home Sunday against Arizona State. Ryan’s roster is headlined by a trio of seniors looking to become the first four-time All-Americans together in NCAA history. That group features senior heavyweight and Olympic gold medalist Kyle Snyder, redshirt senior and 2015 national champion Nathan Tomasello (125 pounds) and redshirt senior and 2017 Big Ten champion Bo Jordan (174 pounds). For the first couple months of the season, however, the 125-pound class will be anchored by Columbus product and freshman Brakan Mead. He will be stepping in for Tomasello, who sustained a right knee injury while competing internationally last month. It was believed initially that Tomasello would return in January, but the recent prognosis now points toward December, Ryan said. The lineup is supplemented by No. 2 junior Myles Martin (184 pounds), No. 1 redshirt sophomore Kollin Moore (197 pounds) and No. 4 redshirt junior Micah Jordan (157 pounds). Two competitors with NCAA tournament experience — sixth-ranked junior Joey McKenna (141 pounds) and 12th-ranked Te’Shan Campbell (165 pounds) — transferred to Ohio State during the offseason. No. 6 sophomore Luke Pletcher dropped from 141 pounds to wrestle at 133 pounds. Ryan finds it hard to contain his enthusiasm when he looks at his lineup, which he said is likely the most talented in Buckeye history. “Sustained excitement,” Ryan said. “That’s what I think of. I think of just one after the other. They all bring so many unique things to the sport, to wrestling, their styles. They have different styles but they’re all uniquely good. I’m just looking forward to seeing the team compete. I think they feed off each other, they will feed off each other and it’s just going to be an exciting year up and down the lineup.”Though it can sometimes be hard to view the upcoming season as anything other than national championship or bust, Martin said outcomes can often be unpredictable and that only a lack of effort would be considered a failure this season. “If some guys around nationals time get nervous, they like hold back, get a little conservative, I feel like that’s a failure,” Martin said. “Just because all year we focus on putting all we have out there and trying to put the best wrestling and just wrestle through every position and just leaving it all on the mat. If that doesn’t happen up and down the lineup then it’s probably a failure.” Two away dual meets in February loom large. The Buckeyes will travel to meet No. 1 Penn State on Feb. 3 and head to Ann Arbor, Michigan, to take on the No. 4 Wolverines on Feb. 11. Ohio State wrestles in the Schottenstein Center twice this season, once on Jan. 12 against No. 6 Minnesota, then on Jan. 21 against No. 7 Iowa. For now, the Buckeyes are simply just ready to wrestle opponents outside of the Steelwood Training Facility. “It’s been getting chippy in the wrestling room,” Martin said. “A couple of the bigger guys have just been pushing each other. We beat each other up all the time, we fight every day.” read more

Womens Hockey No 10 Ohio State gets rematch with No 1 Wisconsin

Ohio State freshman goalie Andrea Braendli (20) and sophomore goalie Lynsey Wallace warm up before their game against Minnesota State on Oct. 12. Ohio State won 4-0. Credit: Wyatt Crosher | Assistant Sports EditorOn the final weekend of the regular season, No. 1 Wisconsin puts its five-game winning streak on the line against the only team that boasts three Badger defeats in the past two seasons.The No. 10 Ohio State women’s hockey team (18-12, 12-10 WCHA) will hope to bolster its NCAA tournament resume ahead of the WCHA tournament when it faces No. 1 Wisconsin (28-4, 18-4 WCHA) in Madison, Wisconsin. “Every team, as the season goes on, becomes more vulnerable,” Ohio State sophomore forward Emma Maltais said. “I think we’re scary because we are in a position where we have to win and I think that other teams know that.”Ohio State lost to Wisconsin on Jan. 12, leading to a five-game losing streak in the middle of the season.Now at the tail-end of the season, Ohio State risks being eliminated from consideration in the eight-team NCAA Tournament. But a second season win on the road against the nation’s third-highest scoring offense could earn the Buckeyes favor among the selection committee heading into the WCHA Tournament. Coming off a bye week, Ohio State head coach Nadine Muzerall said getting her team to refocus is not a concern.“They know what’s at stake,” Muzerall said. “They read all that stuff and they overanalyze it. You don’t have to get them revved up because at this level they’re already mentally prepared.”Wisconsin enters the series having outscored opponents 24-4 during a dominant five-game stretch. A series sweep of the Buckeyes would grant the Badgers their fourth consecutive regular season conference title.Spearheading the potent Wisconsin front line are freshman forwards Sophie Shirley and Britta Curl, as well as senior Annie Pankowski, who are three of the top four goal scorers in the WCHA. The trio has accounted for 42 percent of the Badgers’ 122 season goals and have racked up a combined 21 points during their win streak.Though all three forwards scored in Wisconsin’s most recent matchup against Ohio State, a 5-2 dismantling in Columbus, Muzerall said they will not be the focal point of her game plan.“The one tricky thing when you have a team of that depth, if you focus on those three, the others will catch you,” Muzerall said.Facing the brunt of the Wisconsin attack for the Buckeyes will be freshman goalie Andrea Braendli, who returns this weekend from a two-game absence due to an international tournament with the Swiss national team. Braendli holds the WCHA’s second-best save percentage at .934.On the opposite end of the ice, Wisconsin redshirt junior goalie Kristen Campbell is fresh off her NCAA-leading seventh shutout of the season against Minnesota Duluth last weekend, which earned her WCHA Goaltender of the Week honors.Maltais, the conference’s second-leading point scorer at 1.27 points a game, helms a Buckeye offense that has come alive of late, scoring 16 goals in its past four games, nearly doubling the nine goals the offense could muster in five straight losses before that.When facing a team of this caliber, Muzerall said the Buckeyes, who lead the conference with 7.5 penalty minutes per game, cannot afford to beat themselves.“[The Badgers] don’t have a terrible weakness. We just have to stay out of the box,” Muzerall said. “That’s what killed us in that second game that we lost.”Though the Buckeyes have been the victor in three of the past four Wisconsin matchups, including a 1-0 win this season, Muzerall said none of that will matter come Friday.“It is a different situation because it’s their senior weekend, it’s their opportunity to win the conference, it’s going to be sold out,” Muzerall said. “We have to start wrapping our mind around that and start visualizing what that sounds like, smells like, tastes like.”The WCHA rivals begin their final regular season series at 8:07 p.m. Friday in Madison. read more

Mata Man Utd must make Old Trafford a fortress again

first_imgManchester United midfielder Juan Mata finds their home form this season alarming and insists they must change that immediatelySaturday’s 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace means United have only won three times in their nine matches at Old Trafford this term.And Mata reckons United must restore the fear-factor opponents used to have when visiting them in the past.“It’s really key for us to make Old Trafford a fortress, to make it very difficult for our rivals,” said Mata, according to Daily Mirror.“When they come to Old Trafford, ideally they will feel that it is very difficult to play here.harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“We should think about doing that and we should think about playing very well and very intense from the beginning.“We have a run of home games now and we need to try and win all of them and make Old Trafford that fortress.“It’s our home and hopefully we can have good results in the weeks ahead.”United’s disappointing goalless draw with Palace was Mata’s 200th appearance for the club his arrival from Chelsea in 2014.Jose Mourinho’s side will next face BSC Young Boys on Tuesday in a Champions League Group H game.last_img read more