PCTEL Unveils Antenna for Smart Grid Networks and Industrial IoT

first_imgPCTEL has launched its new MIMO directional panel antenna for the upper 700 MHz A Block licensed spectrum. The new antenna supports a wide variety of automation and monitoring solutions for critical infrastructure applications and the industrial Internet of Things (IoT). It is being deployed in wireless Field Area Networks (FAN), which extend smart grid connectivity deep into distribution networks and enable new functionality such as advanced metering, distribution automation, substation automation, and distributed generation.This MIMO panel antenna joins the recently-announced MIMO Yagi antenna in the company’s growing portfolio of antennas supporting the Upper 700 MHz A Block spectrum. Both panel and Yagi antennas provide point-to-point and point-to-multipoint connectivity over long distances. Due to its compact size and aesthetically pleasing appearance, the new MIMO panel antenna is ideally suited for urban and residential environments. Its durable IP67-rated housing also provides protection against harsh environments.PCTEL will demonstrated the new MIMO panel antenna, along with other antenna solutions for utilities and smart grids at the UTC Telecom & Technology Conference in Charlotte on 10-11 May. The new MIMO panel antenna will be available for sale in June 2017. Order using product number PLTE757M (We could not find the datasheet of this product yet).last_img read more

European Space Agency Uses Keysight Analyzer for Evaluating Radar Antennas Used to Explore Jupiter’s Icy Moons

first_imgKeysight Technologies, FieldFox handheld RF analyzer was used in the evaluation of the impedance of the radar antenna for icy moons exploration (RIME), a key component of one of the ten science payloads of the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Jupiter icy moons explorer (JUICE) spacecraft scheduled for launch in 2022.RIME engineers performed phase-matching and orientation tests of the RIME antenna in Heiligenberg, Germany in September 2017. They also evaluated two radar antennas, one was aluminum and the other, a carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP), which will be used on the spacecraft. The antennas were housed on a satellite-sized enclosure, and the enclosure was lifted 300 meters in the air by helicopter to ensure low-RF coupling to the ground.Keysight’s FieldFox handheld RF analyzer was used in remote mode to measure S-parameter characteristics of the antenna in flight as it was rotated more than 180 degrees and with the spacecraft mock-up being maneuvered by helicopter. Test data was recovered at a base station on the ground via a wireless link between the FieldFox and the ground base station.According to lead principal investigator Lorenzo Bruzzone, the test was a fundamental step towards understanding the behavior of the real antenna that will ultimately allow them to perform highly accurate measurements of radar echoes reflected from the deep subsurface of Jupiter icy moons.The Keysight FieldFox family provides a choice of 22 combination (combo) and spectrum analyzer models with frequency coverage from DC to 50 GHz and users can configure combo models to include spectrum analyzer, VNA, CAT, RTSA and more. All models offer benchtop precision and are MIL-Class 2 rugged.last_img read more

Uzoho Admits Okoye Fears, Dismisses Akpeyi, Ezenwa Challenge (AUDIO)

first_imgFrancis Uzoho says he isn’t particularly bothered by the challenge to his place in the Super Eagles by the ageing duo of Daniel Akpeyi and Ikechukwu Ezenwa but admitted that new boy Maduka Okoye poses an entirely different concern.Uzoho made his debut for the Super Eagles as a 19-year-old in a friendly against Argentina in October 2017 when he came on to replace Akpeyi. At the time of his debut, he was virtually unknown and even though he managed just two appearances for Spanish club Deportivo La Coruna that season, Eagles supremo Gernot Rohr installed him as Nigeria’s first choice at the 2018 World Cup.A lack of game time at club level eventually forced Rohr to demote him to 3rd-choice behind Akpeyi and Ezenwa at the 2019 AFCON.But Uzoho said he didn’t lose too much sleep after losing his place at the AFCON because he knew Akpeyi and Ezenwa are getting on in age and nearing the end of their careers and won’t be in the team “for the rest of their lives”.Akpeyi was 32 at the time while Ezenwa was 30-years-old.The now 21-year-old Uzoho said his reaction would have been very different if it had been Maduka Okoye that was elevated in his place.More Stories:Ezenwa Opens Up On Losing Number One Spot To Uzoho At 2018 WC (AUDIO)“We Are Rich” – Ikechukwu Ezenwa Reveals The Truth About NPFL Players’ Salaries“I’m No Age Cheat” – Francis Uzoho Fires Back At CriticsINSIDE AFCON 2019: Uzoho Bares Feelings After Being Dropped As First Choice Goalkeeper (AUDIO)Okoye, 20, much like Uzoho appeared on the national team scene from virtually nowhere.The Germany-born Okoye played in the semi-professional 4th tier Regionalliga West for Fortuna Dusseldorf II when he was called up to the Super Eagles camp in 2019.He made his international debut for Nigeria in October 2019 when he came on for an injured Uzoho in a friendly against Brazil.And Uzoho who is fitness again after recovering from knee surgery says among the three goalkeepers in the Super Eagles, Okoye more than Akpeyi or Ezenwa will be his main worry when he makes a come back to the national fold.To make matters interesting, both young goalkeepers recently signed for new clubs in search of regular playing time.While Uzoho returned to Cyprus to pitch tent with APOEL Nicosia having spent part of last season on loan at Omonia Nikosia, his national team rival Okoye made the more prestigious move to Eredivisie side Sparta Rotterdam.“Yes, it’s different [how I reacted to losing my place], because I’m a young guy. These guys; Daniel is 32, Ezenwa is 30, so they’re not going to be there for the rest of their lives. So I’m a little bit less worried,” Uzoho told Lagos-based radio station Lagos Talks.Download Audio“Let me give you an example, assuming it was Maduka Okoye or somebody else that is within my age, that stripped me of my position, I would be more worried because I know that this is a competition now.“I’m not saying that Daniel Akpeyi and Ezenwa are not competition to me, but I know that, they are above 30, so I didn’t feel so bad. I just had to keep doing my job and believe that the same way he took the position from me, I can still work hard and take it back.”Uzoho said the fact that Okoye plays for a top European team makes him a more formidable threat and provides him with an added edge compared to the South Africa-based Akpeyi and Ezenwa who plies his trade for Heartland in Nigeria’s topflight.And Uzoho says having observed Okoye at close quarters, he believes the former Dusseldorf man is destined for the very top provided he puts in the work.“Of course, he does [possess the ability to be a top goalkeeper]. I’m sorry to say, I’m not trying to say that other goalkeepers playing in Africa are not good, there’s a difference, you have to have the opportunity,” he explained.Download Audio“But for Maduka to be in Dusseldorf, he’s good and he has the quality to be at the top, but it’s also up to him to work hard and achieve the dream. But if you’re asking me if he has the quality, yes he does. I’ve played with him, I’ve trained with him and he really does have the quality to get to the top.”RelatedEzenwa Opens Up On Losing Number One Spot To Uzoho At 2018 WC (AUDIO)May 22, 2020In “Featured”Injured Uzoho Vows To Come Back “Better And Stronger”October 14, 2019In “National Team”INSIDE AFCON 2019: Uzoho Bares Feelings After Being Dropped As First Choice Goalkeeper (AUDIO)July 4, 2019In “AFCON”last_img read more

Jones encouraged by Caribbean Champs showing

first_imgJamaica Boxing Board president Stephen Jones says that the country’s performance at the recent Caribbean Boxing Championships, which took place in Trinidad and Tobago from December 4 to 9, was very encouraging going into next year’s Olympic-qualification tournament, which is set to take place in Argentina in March.The Jamaican team won one gold, four silver, and one bronze at the six-day championship, and Jones said that they saw some very good signs going into the National Championships in January and the Olympic qualifiers in March.However, he argued that the boxers could use a lot more activities going into the qualifiers.“Based on what I heard from the coaches (Gilbert Vaz and Dewith Fraser), with a little more preparation, we could have come back with more gold. But I like the fact that we are peaking at the right time as we are shooting for the Olympics, and we have been trying to get them ready so we can have a strong Olympic team, and this was a good platform to see where we are,” Jones said.“All the countries are fighting for the same thing. All the countries want to see if next year, they can qualify for the Olympics because the best of the best would have been at the Caribbean Championships, so the fact that we came back with a gold and mostly silver is very encouraging,” added Jones. “We have a little more work to do and when we have our Nationals at the end of next month, we will be ready, and we will know who will be real contenders for Olympic qualifications.“But we were not only hungry to do well; some [boxers] were very disappointed in not doing better, and I was glad they were not satisfied with getting silver or bronze. So the fact that they want to get back in the gym, prepare for Nationals, and prepare for 2020 (Olympic qualifiers) encourages me. Plus, they all realise the work that needs to be done,” Jones said.The National Championships are set for January 23-25 at Stanley Couch Gym, and Jones noted that any boxer from the diaspora with a Jamaican passport can try to make the team. “We have had entries from London, Canada, and America, but they are all Jamaicans; they all have Jamaican passports. But this is going to be one of our most competitive championships,” he saidAt the regional tournament, welterweight Joshua Frazer took the gold division and was named boxer of the championships. Middleweight Jonathan Hanson, elite featherweight Lisa Frazer, youth featherweight Sherikee Moore, and youth light welterweight Britney McFarlane all won silver medals, with super heavyweight Ricardo Brown taking home a bronze.last_img read more

Armour: The madness starts early and keeps coming

first_imgThere was no shortage of people who said the Bruins didn’t belong in the tournament, and they looked as if they were going to prove the critics right when they let SMU back into the game with a 19-0 run in the second half.But Bryce Alford had one of those days when he couldn’t miss – even when he did.His last 3 appeared to be short and off center. But the ball also was higher than the rim when SMU’s Yanick Moreira touched it and that, by the strict letter of the law, is goaltending. NCAA rules don’t allow for a review of the call.“That’s the definition of March Madness for you right there,” Bryce Alford said, “the last two minutes of this game.”And that is why we watch. Why we fill out brackets, too, knowing they’ll be awash in red ink soon enough but not really caring.The tournament is the one event where the improbable is far from impossible, and we know it’s only a matter of time until that’s proven yet again. Richmond, Valparaiso, George Mason, Florida Gulf Coast – they are as much a part of tournament lore as Duke, North Carolina, Kentucky and UCLA.“I’ve been a part of one of the best moments in college basketball in the NCAA tournament, with my brother hitting that shot,” said Baylor coach Scott Drew, older brother of Bryce. “And I think I’ve been part of one of the worst that I’ll remember, R.J. hitting that shot.”Pure madness. In the NCAA tournament, it’s a beautiful thing.GALLERY: ALL THE ACTION FROM ROUND OF 64 USA TODAYGeorgia State stuns Baylor off R.J. Hunter’s dagger three-pointer USA TODAYUAB shocks Iowa State in NCAA tournament’s first bracket-buster There were five one-point games, breaking the single-day record for the NCAA tournament. So many brackets were busted – the NCAA estimated fewer than 1% were still intact before the night games tipped off – the shreds could be gathered up and used as confetti for the title game.“I’m watching all these upsets and can’t quite believe what I’m watching,” Louisville coach Rick Pitino said.Buckle up, coach. It’s just getting started.The unpredictability of the tournament is what has always made it so appealing, particularly in the early going.A 14th-seeded UAB team should have no business beating a bigger and more experienced Iowa State. Down 12 to Baylor with about two and half minutes to play, Georgia State should slink quietly off the court, not stage a furious rally that ends with a shot that will be on highlight reels for decades to come.Seriously.Watch R.J. Hunter’s 3-pointer from looong range, and see if it doesn’t belong with Grant Hill’s pass, Bryce Drew’s catch-and-release and Keith Smart’s “The Shot.”“I hugged my sister and said, ‘We’re going to be in One Shining Moment,’ because we always watched that as a family,” R.J. Hunter said. “That’s what we watch when your dad is a coach. It’s unbelievable, man.”Ditto for the finish of the UCLA game. LOUISVILLE — The beauty of the NCAA tournament is in its madness.Not just a mild touch of the crazy, mind you. I’m talking flat-out, wild-eyed, hair-on-fire, fall-out-of-your chair bonkers, with games that defy all logic and seeds.Not even halfway through the first day, the tournament was already in complete and glorious mayhem. Two No. 3 seeds – one a trendy pick for the Final Four – were gone. Georgia State coach Ron Hunter, who was so geeked just to get to the tournament he blew out his Achilles tendon celebrating, fell off his stool after seeing his son hit a game-winning 3 from the upper concourse.OK, it was 35 feet. But you get the idea.UCLA had folks howling again, this time for the bizarre goaltending call that sent them into the second round and everyone else scurrying for the rulebook. Ohio State needed overtime to do it, but it took out VCU, everyone’s favorite underdog just a few years ago. USA TODAYBryce Alford, No. 11 seed UCLA drop SMU on controversial goaltend Teammates surround R.J. Hunter after Georgia State beat Baylor on Thursday. —John David Mercer, USA TODAY Sportslast_img read more

Notes: Moody delivers on promise; Brutus set to return

first_imgOXFORD — Stefan Moody was the No. 1 player in Ole Miss’ recruiting class for this season, and there was a little doubt it.Moody had averaged 15.7 points per game as a freshman at Florida Atlantic in 2012-13, and put up 17.7 during a year at junior college. He was a big-time scorer in a small (5-foot-10) package that would replace the lost production of Marshall Henderson.But for the first few games, that did not come to fruition. Moody struggled right along with most of the Ole Miss roster, and it had to be concerning to a coaching staff that needed Moody to score and alleviate pressure off of Jarvis Summers.A breakthrough happened last week, when Moody scored 26 points in a win against Cincinnati. A day after scoring only five in a win against Creighton, Moody was 3-of-7 from 3-point range and made 6-of-10 inside.“We’re in a make or miss business. I’ve heard (former NBA coach) Hubie Brown talk about that,” coach Andy Kennedy said. “… You got to make shots. His energy has been pretty good. He was really good in the second half against Troy, because he made three or four shots and got some steals in the open floor which gave him some confidence and then he made some pullups.“He hadn’t made any 3s prior to us going to Florida and matter of fact his first one he made was banked-in. That’s not really what we intended to get him out of his slump but he made a couple early against Cincinnati, and then they pressed us which allowed him to get out in the open floor and he really made some spectacular finishes.”Moody said much of it was about getting into a rhythm, something he had not been able to do previously for Ole Miss (5-1). The Rebels play at home against TCU in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge on Thursday.He also made a few outside shots, which opened things up for him.“If I can knock down shots, it makes teams have to play out more and they can’t pack-line it like they would,” Moody said. “Every team is going to check the scouting report, so making an outside shot makes it easier.”Brutus close to returnForward Terry Brutus is getting closer to a return, and may be cleared for full practice as soon as today.The redshirt sophomore has not played since the Rebels’ second-round NCAA tournament loss in 2013 because of a torn ACL. Kennedy is not expecting Brutus to play major minutes on what is already a crowded roster (he’d give Ole Miss 13 healthy scholarship players, and Kennedy has been playing 12 as it is), but he can help with rebounding and ball-screen defense.“He gives us a 4-man that we haven’t had since he got hurt,” Kennedy said. “He’s got some of the same Murphy (Holloway)-like qualities in that he’s a bit undersized but explosive. He’s so quick-twitch.”last_img read more

Player expected to complete Manchester City transfer in ‘next 72 hours’

first_imgNapoli star Jorginho has been the priority target for Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola in the summer transfer window. According to the Italian outlet CalcioNapoli24.it, Jorginho should complete his move to the Etihad Stadium in the next 72 hours. The two clubs are still involved in negotiations for the transfer to be sealed.Manchester City director of football Txiki Begiristain and Napoli sports director Cristiano Giuntoli have exchanged talks over the telephone, after the Serie A outfit had earlier rejected the English champions’ €50m offer for Jorginho.Giuntoli has exchanged a lot of emails and telephone conversations with Begiristain. The report claims City have now improved their offer and Napoli are willing to reach an agreement with Guardiola’s side, who have long been chasing the player.There is no mention about the actual figure of City’s latest offer, but all parties are believed to be keen to get the deal done and it could be closed in the next 72 hours.Jorginho’s agent Joao Santos even admitted his client has an “opportunity of his life” to join the Premier League winners. If the report is true, the 26-year-old will be a new City player before the end of this week.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameIf You Like to Play, this City-Building Game is a Must Have.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoDash Living Hong KongExpat’s Favorite – Fully Serviced Studio from HK$10,000 / moDash Living Hong KongUndo聽多多 Hearmore.asia1969年前出生的香港居民現可免費試戴頂尖的歐洲助聽器聽多多 Hearmore.asiaUndoDating.comFind out where single guys are hanging out in Tung ChungDating.comUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoTheTopFiveVPNEnjoy Netflix Now Without Any RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPNUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.comUndo熱門話題小心會瘦過快…網友推爆:「真的瘦的超誇張!」熱門話題Undolast_img read more

Unai Emery hasn’t got player in plans for ‘immediate’ future at…

first_imgLuis Enrique was in charge at the Camp Nou when Barcelona signed Andre Gomes from Valencia in 2016. He started in 17 league games in his debut season with the La Liga winners. The Portuguese international has seen his first team appearances restricted, making just six starts in the league under Enrique’s successor, Ernesto Valverde in the last campaign. He is one of the players the club are planning to offload in the summer transfer window.Over the past few weeks, there have been reports of interest from the Premier League for Gomes. Unai Emery’s Arsenal were believed to be one of the clubs looking at the option of landing the 24-year-old.Catalan newspaper Mundo Deportivo have a short story, from the well connected Miguel Rico, which claims the midfielder is not in the former Sevilla and Paris Saint-Germain manager’s ‘plans for the immediate’ future at the Emirates Stadium.There may be interest from Arsenal, but Rico doesn’t think it’s a priority for Arsenal right now, with Emery already in the process of bringing other midfielders to the club this summer.by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksTrending TodayForge of Empires – Free Online GameChallenge Your Brain With This Must-Play Strategy Game. No Install.Forge of Empires – Free Online GameUndoRaid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadEven Non-Gamers Are Obsessed With This RPG Game (It’s Worth Installing!)Raid: Shadow Legends | Free DownloadUndoDating.comWhere do attractive singles meet in Tung Chung?Dating.comUndoStanChart by CNBC CatalystDigitization in Banks Is No Longer About Efficiency, but Business Resilience. Don’t Get Left Behind.StanChart by CNBC CatalystUndoInstant Voice TranslatorGenius Japanese Invention Allows You To Instantly Speak 43 LanguagesInstant Voice TranslatorUndoCNBC InternationalSingapore’s Freelancers Find New Income During the Coronavirus Pandemic.CNBC InternationalUndoCNN with DBS BankThe New Role Banks Are PlayingCNN with DBS BankUndoKeto减肥1個簡單的妙招一夜「融化」腹部贅肉(今晚試試)Keto减肥UndoCoworking Space | Search AdsThe cost of shared office in Hong Kong might surprise youCoworking Space | Search AdsUndolast_img read more

Important information for everyone who plans to visit Neste World RX…

first_imgIn order to comply with the restrictions set by the Cabinet of Ministers and to take care of the safe course of the competition, organizational changes will be made on 19-20. the planned FIA World Rallycross Championship stage in September Neste World RX of Riga in progress – the one previously planned World RX instead of a stage CSDD Biķernieku Trase will host two World Cup stages in one weekend.Fans who have already purchased event tickets should note that the tickets will be valid on one of the competition days. In turn, those interested who still plan to attend the highest level motorsport competitions in Riga, will be able to buy tickets to World RX Stage 5, which will take place on Saturday, September 19, or Stage 6, which will take place on Sunday, September 20.19.-20. in September CSDD Biķernieki Track for the fifth time Neste World RX of Riga – Monster Energy The stage of the FIA ​​World Rallycross Championship, which has gathered as many as 30,000 spectators in one weekend. Unfortunately, 2020 has come with Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent restrictions, which currently set a limit of 3,000 spectators for outdoor events in Latvia, as well as the need to observe 2 meters of social distance.“If at the end of last year, when we started selling Neste World RX of Riga tickets, we would have been told that we would not be able to organize the world championship stage as we are used to seeing – It would seem incredible to us. However, there is currently no choice but to adopt the new rules and the new format in which events, including sporting events, may take place. “ initiated by RA Events Director Raimonds Strokšs.Without the significant number of visitors, other important changes for spectators will also affect the team members’ park, which will be closed to spectators, there will be no fan zone, autograph sessions and a public award ceremony. It is important for foreign visitors of the competition to point out that no camping area will be created this year.“At the same time, I would like to emphasize that at a time when competitions are taking place behind closed doors elsewhere – we have an almost unique opportunity to organize World RX stages with the presence of fans. However, for this to happen, we all have to adapt to the restrictions set by the state – we can accommodate only a part of their maximum capacity in the existing stands, but it is financially impossible to build temporary structures, because the price of tickets must be almost four times higher. it was a year ago, so this year the so popular B sector will not be available to the spectators, but the stands of the Biķernieki track will be used, ” so Stroke.“In order to find the best solution in these unexpected and changing circumstances, we decided to divide the spectators who have already purchased the Neste World RX of Riga entrance ticket into days – some to be admitted on Saturday, and some on Sunday. In this way, spectators will be able to see one full-fledged stage of the FIA ​​World Championship on each day of the competition, as well as part of the European Championship and the Projekt E stage, which will take place throughout the weekend. ” continues Stroke.The established visitor limits and distance requirements also mean that the number of entrance tickets sold so far reaches CSDD Bikernieki Tracks the “new” capacity of the stands. That way, In this World RX of Riga this year, only those visitors who bought their tickets in time will be able to watch from the seats in the stands.Owners of purchased entrance tickets are kindly requested to read the following changes carefully:Pre-purchased ticket:It will be valid for: in the sector:day:stage:Sector A ticketSector Aon Sunday, 20.09.2020.In stage 6Sector B ticketSector Aon Saturday, 19.09.2020.Stage 5Sector D ticketSector Don Sunday, 20.09.2020.In stage 6ST parking sector ticketST parking sectoron Sunday, 20.09.2020.In stage 6Ticket for the disabled (without reduced mobility) in sector D.Sector Don Saturday, 19.09.2020.Stage 5Disabled (wheelchair, accompanied) ticketSector Aon Sunday, 20.09.2020.In stage 6VIP sector ticketVIP sectoron Saturday, 19.09.2020.on Sunday, 20.09.2020.Stage 5In stage 6Schedule: Neste World RX of Riga“We are well aware that in these changing circumstances, not all visitors will be able to come to Neste World RX of Rīga. This especially affects visitors from abroad, who, when entering from the “red” countries, should observe two weeks of self-isolation in Latvia, so we offer the opportunity to contact Biļešu Serviss to return the money for the already purchased entrance ticket, “ indicates Stroke.For everyone who has already purchased In this World RX of Riga tickets, and who due to the established restrictions or changes in the rules will not be able or unwilling to attend the event, have the opportunity to write an application by e-mail by 11 September 2020 info@bilesuserviss.lvto return the ticket and get your money back.However, from today it is resumed Neste World RX of Riga Entrance ticket sales in the ST parking sector, which will now be significantly expanded, and will also include the area where Sector C and the VIP sector were previously located. Significant expansion of this area will provide an opportunity for social isolation and avoid unnecessary congestion. Visitors to the ST sector will also be allowed to bring folding chairs or small stairs to climb. The entrance ticket for the parking sector is intended for one stage of the FIA ​​World Rallycross Championship – Saturday or Sunday.Spectators can also buy VIP tickets. Parking tickets are also available for sale for each stage of the competition – separately for Saturday and Sunday.Entrance tickets can be purchased Ticket Service at the box office and on the Internet.Relatedlast_img read more

Inside AFCON: Egypt Head Coach Javier Aguirre Threatens to Quit

first_imgJavier Aguirre, Head Coach of The Pharaohs, has said he will leave his post if he fails to deliver the Africa Cup of Nations trophy to the host team.El Vasco, as he is popularly known, is set to lead the North African side in their campaign for an eighth AFCON title, with the tournament being held in the country for a record fifth time.“We don’t think about anything right now except the opening game against Zimbabwe. I am only focused on the tournament and I am bound with the Egyptian Football Association with a contract,” Aguirre told reporters.“However, I will definitely leave if I found myself incapable of achieving the targets of Egypt,” he added.Egypt are grouped alongside Zimbabwe, who they open the tournament with on Friday, June 21, DR Congo, who they battle on Wednesday, June 26, and Uganda, who they face on Sunday, June 30, in Group A.RelatedINSIDE AFCON 2019: Heads Roll Following Shocking Ouster of HostsJuly 7, 2019In “AFCON”INSIDE AFCON 2019: Tanzania Sack Emmanuel Amuneke After Failed CampaignJuly 8, 2019In “AFCON”2019 AFCON: Mikel’s Return Not a Threat to My Selection – John OguJune 4, 2019In “AFCON”last_img read more