What did you think about the Republican National Convention?Tina – Miramar, FLIt was excellent. The crowd was electric. I was on the fence, but when I heard what Donald Trump had to say, I was convinced that he would be good for the country. It’s going to be different, but it’s time for a change. We’ve done it one way, now it’s time to go a different route. I don’t think I’ll be voting for Donald though. Let the chips fall where they may.Alice – Hollywood, FLI don’t agree with a lot of what Trump said. I am Mexican so I was personally offended by his comments about Mexicans. A lot of the labor in this country is provided by Mexicans. I do not vote so I will definitely not be voting for Trump. My approach is to pray for this country and the government. God is the ideal President. He’s the best President that we could ever have in our lives. I was also offended when he claimed to be a Christian because he does not carry himself like a follower of Jesus Christ.Lionel – FranceAs a Frenchman, I am nervous about Trump’s plan to close the borders. At one time, the French thought that the US was a dangerous place, but the tables have turned and I now think that France is a dangerous place. It is not a safe place to raise children. Lots of French people want to move to the US for a better life. There are many immigrants in France who are creating problems and who paint France in a bad light. We actually need someone like Trump in France to bring change. I support Trump. I just hope that he does not close the borders before honest, hardworking immigrants like myself get a chance to capture a part of the American dream.Tamyka– Hollywood, FLI am not into TV so I did not watch it. I read about it on Social Media. That whole issue with Malenia Trump was shady. I do not support Don Trump. On the one hand, I like many of his views, but he is too racial. That is the thing that I don’t like about him.Ingrid – Pembroke Pines, FL. I did not like it. I think that Donald Trump spent the whole time shouting. He made these big pronouncements, but he did not explain how he was going to get all these things done. He needs to lighten up. I don’t know how he is getting the support that he seems to be getting. Melania knowingly plagiarized Michelle Obama’s speech. I do not support Trump or the Republican Party. If Trump becomes President, next year we will be purging.Manny – Liberty City, FLI didn’t watch the Republican National Convention. I have no interest in Donald Trump or the Republican Party. I will definitely not be voting for Donald Trump.Lysette – Hollywood, FLI didn’t watch it all, but I was very concerned because Trump is coming on very strong. He is a very strong candidate and we need to unite and stand up for what we believe and for each other. I am from a family of immigrants and I think that everybody deserves a chance. This country was built on the backs of immigrants. I believe that things must be done properly, not by force or by fear. There is good and bad in every culture and race, but it is not right to degrade or demean whole groups of people.Shanice – Pembroke Pines, FL.I didn’t watch it, but I saw lots of reviews and clips on Social Media. I found that plagiarism issue with Melania Trump interesting. Also, they definitely should have gotten Queen’s permission to use their song. They should have known better. There are some good things about Trump, but there are also lots of things about him and his policies that I don’t like. Besides that, I couldn’t care less about the RNC. I don’t think that I would vote for Trump, but I also don’t think that I would vote for Hillary, so right now I’m undecided.Rodney – Miami, FL It went as expected. I didn’t expect any more or any less. I was somewhat impressed. I have mixed feelings though about Trump and the Republican Party. I think they would show stronger force against terror than the Democrats have and they would do a better job of keeping our borders safe. However, this whole election process is out of control. There is too much craziness going on. It’s nothing like it used to be. As Donald Trump said, the whole world is watching and with all that’s been going on, I think we look bad.
The captain of the senior juniors of Levski – Georgi Alexandrov moved to Vitosha (Bistritsa). The central defender is liked by the people of Bistrita, who have watched him many times, Tema Sport writes.He even made an unofficial debut for them – in the 1: 3 defeat by Levski to “Gerena”. The defender, born on May 21, 2001, started as a starter in the eleven of Asen Bukarev. Alexandrov partnered with veteran Ventsislav Bonev. The youngster, who plays with his left foot, left a good impression with his performance, blocking shots of Levski strikers several times. In Vitosha play two transferred from the “blues”. These are the winger Atanas Kabov and the central striker Iliya Dimitrov. The first tried very hard in Friday’s sparring and helped a lot in defense. The second scored the only goal for the “tigers” against the “blues”.Kabov and Dimitrov will return to Gerena after the end of the season.
Centre-back: Antonio Rudiger – The German star is settling in well in place of Gary Cahill, who may struggle to win his place back, despite being captain. 11 Goalkeeper: Thibaut Courtois – Click the right arrow above to see how Chelsea could look when the transfer window shuts, in a 3-5-2 formation… – Willy Caballero may have been signed but the Belgian will be No.1 for the Blues for the foreseeable future. 11 11 Attacking midfield: Eden Hazard – With Oxlade-Chamberlain and Alonso down the flanks, Hazard, once he returns from injury, could pick up a role as a traditional No.10. Right wing-back: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – Antonio Conte will want the player for his versatility but, for the moment, he is likely to start ahead of Victor Moses on the right, if he arrives at Stamford Bridge. Central midfield: Tiemoue Bakayoko – Bakayoko says he is not scared by the prospect of Drinkwater’s arrival, and he should be confident of keeping his place in the starting XI on a regular basis. Centre-back: David Luiz – He may have been masterful in midfield against Tottenham but his rightful place is in the Chelsea backline. Chelsea have had a summer of upheaval and still have plenty of irons in the fire ahead of transfer deadline day.A host of stars like Nemanja Matic, Nathan Ake, Juan Cuadrado, John Terry, and more, have left Stamford Bridge, with Diego Costa set to follow.And while Tiemoue Bakayoko, Alvaro Morata, and Antonio Rudiger have joined, Blues boss Antonio Conte is desperate for extra players to add to his squad.Numerous stars have been linked with switches, but how could Chelsea look, in a 3-5-2 formation, when the window finally shuts? Click the right arrow above… 11 11 11 11 11 Left wing-back: Marcos Alonso – The Blues may have wanted both Alex Sandro and Danny Rose but, after a great start to the season, the Spurs slayer will keep his role at Stamford Bridge. Central midfield: Danny Drinkwater – Set to be reunited with his old Foxes team-mate Kante, Drinkwater will add great depth to the Blues midfield. 11 11 Centre-back: Cesar Azpilicueta – Arguably, the Spanish star is the Blues best defender. Hes vital for Antonio Contes men as they look to retain their Premier League title. 11 Striker: Alvaro Morata – Two goals and two assists in just 188 minutes show the Spaniard is taking well to the Premier League. Hes not the finished article but proof there is life after Diego Costa. Central midfield: N’Golo Kante – France star Kante is undroppable no matter who Chelsea sign before the transfer window shuts.