Arsene Wenger says Liverpool’s “solidary and fighting strength” was the key to their Champions League success.Goals from Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi helped Jurgen Klopp’s side beat Tottenham 2-0 in Madrid on Saturday to lift the European Cup/Champions League for the sixth time in the club’s history.The win capped a sensational European run for Liverpool, featuring victories over the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich and Barcelona, whom they mounted an incredible comeback against, winning 4-0 at Anfield in last month’s semi-final to overturn a 3-0 first leg deficit . Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? The triumph will help to erase the painful memories of their 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the final in Kiev 12 months ago, and the disappointment of amassing 97 points in the Premier League only to finish second behind Manchester City , despite losing just one league game all season.Former Arsenal boss Wenger says the source of Liverpool’s success this campaign has been their spirit and togetherness, which is an embodiment of the city itself.“Liverpool is the city of music, of the working class and of football,” the former Arsenal boss told beIN Sports .“As we have seen as an example tonight, it goes all well together.”Anyone who has managed in England knows it is a special place for football. That’s why they can always make miracles.”Wenger also had a warning for Klopp as he looks to build on their Champions League success next season.The Frenchman says the Reds boss must ensure the side do not lose their identify in the quest to improve, though he also concedes that it is a delicate balancing act for a manager to achieve.“They are in a position now where they want to improve the team but without destroying your strong point,” added Wenger.“They need maybe to dominate European football to improve the technical level.“But they might lose what is their strength at the moment, that solidary and fighting strength.“We are always between that in our jobs. We know we need to improve the team. But by improving one aspect you destroy what makes you win.” Subscribe to Goal’s Liverpool Correspondent Neil Jones’ weekly email bringing you the best Liverpool FC writing from around the web
The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax is hosting World Oceans Day on Friday, June 5. Showcasing 30 exhibitors from across the region, under the theme Healthy Oceans Healthy Planet, scientists, artists and educators will share their knowledge and understanding of the world’s oceans. The event is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. “Bringing partners together to discuss ideas and educate the public about oceans is important to Nova Scotians,” said Communities, Culture and Heritage Minister Tony Ince. “Preserving and celebrating healthy oceans is essential to maintaining the province’s rich marine heritage.” Some of the exhibits will include Mermaid Nessie and Mermaid Mutiny from Halifax Mermaids, the Ecology Action Centre, Dalhousie University’s marine affairs program and others. “We are excited again this year to be hosting World Oceans Day events at the Maritime Museum,” said Kim Reinhardt, museum manager. “We must ensure that our oceans are kept as healthy as possible for future generations.” Admission to the museum is free all day with special exhibits inside and on the waterfront. The CSS Acadia, the museum’s 102-year-old research vessel, which is now a permanent exhibit, will also be open. The museum is at 1675 Lower Water St. For more information visit maritimemuseum.novascotia.ca .
Rabat- Association Internationale pour L’éducation en Débat (IDEA) Middle East and North Africa is set to organize its first Regional Youth Forum (RYF) which will take place from 22 to 27 December 2014 in Tunis, Tunisia.Young people aged 18 to 28, stakeholders and experts from the MENA countries are expected to be part of the event which aims to “rethink the future of the region through viable public policy options in the framework of a debate and policy competition.”The forum will be composed of a debate competition and a policy competition, in addition to workshops and a public discussion panel. Two languages tracks, Arabic and English, are available for participating teams. The teams in each track will compete for two titles: ‘best debating team’ and ‘best public policy proposal’. “The objective of the MENA Regional Youth Forum is to promote youth participation in the democratic process, specifically engaging young people in national and regional decision making processes, and building the capacity of young people in argumentation and debate techniques,” said Radhouan Mejri, Executive Director of IDEA MENA in a press release.12 teams from five members of the MENA region have been selected to participate in the forum. Participants represent ten nationalities from ten institutions (universities or associations) present in eight countries in the region.In the first phase of the program selected teams from each country will attend a debate and public policy training session in their country of residence. Following this training session the teams will draft a policy brief on an issue of their choice that affects youth in the region, as preparation for the Regional Youth Forum in Tunisia.IDEA is a global network of organizations which consist of entities located in the following countries: The Netherlands, the United States, The United Kingdom, Belgium, Macedonia, Kyrgyzstan and Tunisia.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed.