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31, And it was a refereeing decision made in the final of this tournament over a decade ago that has not stopped rankling in the minds of Arsenal fans the world over.On 17 May 2006 at the Stade de France Arsenal took on Barcelona in the London club’s first-ever appearance in a Champions League final It was in the 19th minute that Lehmann was sent off for a foul on opposition striker Samuel Eto’o — inadvertently bringing the curtains down on Robert Pires’ Arsenal career as he was the one to be hooked in place of replacement goalkeeper Almunia in what would be the Frenchman’s last match for the club "I thought I could get the ball before [Eto’o]" reflects Lehmann on his effort to thwart the Cameroonian’s advance on the Arsenal goal "Did I deserve the red card Technically the referee wasn’t wrong but he could have waited a little bit longer to actually give them a goal I think he felt sorry for it as well" "And do you know what happened after [that match]" he continues "If you watch all the Champions League finals since then do you know what happened Nobody [except one player] has ever been sent off during the course of the game I think there was one one or two years ago [Juan Cuadrado in the 2016-17 final] was the first player who was sent off in the final [since Lehmann] but it was in the last few minutes of the game After [the 2005-06 final] people could kill each other and nobody is being sent off anymore" The rationale Lehmann says is that people realised that in front of a massive audience the game had become far too unidimensional and tame Recalling Arturo Vidal’s dangerous play in the 2014-2015 final between Juventus and Barcelona and Sergio Ramos’ MMA-style tackle onMohamed Salah in the most recent final he says "[This]makes it more dangerous for players" Off the pitch It’s been a few years since Lehmann was asked to become an ambassador for Laureus and it was around the same time that he got involved with a project that is clearly close to his heart: Kicking Girls "Kicking Girls was a good match because I was a kicker [on one hand] and on the other I have a daughter and they said that it could be actually good for me to represent the project First of all you don’t really know what to do and then you visit a project and then you become attached to it because you see girls mostly [immigrants] to Germany of different cultures playing football" he says Jens Lehmann was part of the Invincibles team at Arsenal He then came out of retirement to play for the club in 2011 He was also the goalkeeping coach for a season AFP Pointing to the fact that fathers from certain cultures don’t like their daughters to be coached by men with "all that dressing room stuff and whatever it comes with" he elaborates "So the project had the idea of having girls and women as coaches within the group of girls who find it difficult to actually adapt to the German culture This project is helping them to improve their language the proximity to the German way of life to get integrated or included and girls have the chance to become coaches themselves which teaches them a better approach to education and life" The idea he states has even taken flight in Germany’s neighbouring countries as a way to integrate girls from different backgrounds And as someone who played in one of world football’s most iconic squads that included members of over 15 different countries you’d best believe Lehmann knows what he’s talking about when it comes to integration Jens Lehmann spoke to Firspost as part of the Laureus Sport for Good Global Summit in partnership with Allianz Laureus Sport for Good uses the "power of sport to end violence discrimination and disadvantage" LONDON—In a sometimes tense briefing Anne Glover spoke to reporters yesterday about the ups and downs of her tenure as first chief science adviser of the European Commission The Scottish microbiologist defended herself against long-standing charges of partisan advocacy for genetically modified (GM) crops a lack of transparency in her office and she touted several accomplishments Glover was appointed in 2011 by European Commission President José Manuel Barroso who created the position of chief science adviser She won plaudits for her energy and enthusiasm but the structure of the position posed severe constraints Exactly why the next commission president Jean-Claude Juncker eliminated the position this past November remains a mystery Her office effectively shut down but Glover remained on the payroll until this month After clearing out her desk Glover came to the Wellcome Trust yesterday to speak to a half-dozen reporters in a briefing organized by the Science Media Centre She framed her experiences as “the good the bad and the ugly” The ugly first Glover talked at length about her frustration with the "lack of honesty" among opponents of GM crops "It is not reasonable to present one-sided arguments" she said Nongovernmental organizations called for her position to be abolished last year accusing her of bias—a charge she rejected But she said: "I can’t invent balance" when it’s inconsistent with the scientific evidence Glover expressed concerns about “the polarization of argument” with GM organisms (GMOs) and other controversial topics but she clearly hadn’t helped matters in 2013 when she discussed GMOs at a conference in Scotland most controversially calling opposition to the technology “a form of madness” That incident led to a testy exchange with a reporter from The Times at yesterday’s briefing “Do you regret saying that opposing GMOs is a form of madness” the reporter asked “Why did you ask that” Glover responded “I don’t know what to say to you The language is immaterial here What’s important is that we be honest about the evidence” Glover said she didn’t regret the remark and the reporter later pressed the question “Opposition to GM is a form of madness … that sounds like a rather unscientific thing to say” he said “In addition to being a scientist I’m also a human being” Glover responded “I use the rich variety of the English language The use of words expressed my frustration” Glover has disputed claims that her staunch defense of the safety and utility of GMOs led to the elimination of her position And at the briefing she said the move was never explained to her "No reason was given to me" she said "I’ve had no contact with the new presidency or the new team" Another clear source of frustration for Glover was an accusation that her office was not transparent Advice to Barroso was kept confidential at his request she said Her staff of six published many documents and responded to freedom of information requests as well as it could In addition she declared potential conflicts of interest even though she was not required to As for the merely bad parts of her time Glover described disappointments working on the fringes of an enormous bureaucracy "I sort of expected everyone would turn up and say ‘a science adviser: How will that help me’ " Glover recalled Instead “a lot of people thought: ‘Why do we need a science advisor’ " (The United Kingdom is one of few EU member states that has a single science adviser In most other European countries science academies or advisory committees play that role) Glover said that if she had it to do over again she would have spent the months before she arrived in office setting up clear expectations about interactions between her office and the rest of the commission An unresolved issue is how science advice should be given to the European Commission Glover hinted sharply that the job description should change: “There’s a real opportunity here for the commission to be more innovative The commission has made a strong statement that it wants to support innovation and jobs But it’s hard to support innovation if you are not innovative” But it wasn’t clear exactly what she thinks should change besides finding a way to provide “a more open and explicit procuring of evidence” to policymakers a goal she has previously described Despite saying she enjoyed the experience overall Glover repeated a frequent criticism: “I think we need to demand a lot of our politicians and leaders Sometimes they hide behind evidence or miscall evidence [saying] that we don’t have enough to do something Climate change for example: the evidence is compelling but our response to that needs to be compelling” At the same time Glover declined to comment on how science will fare under Juncker’s presidency which has proposed to divert 27 billion from the European Commission’s main research fund called Horizon 2020 into an economic stimulus fund “We should remember that the Horizon 2020 budget was one of the few that was increased” she said “It’s hard to tell how it will pan out with his recognition of the value of science” Glover also highlighted her accomplishments She said they included: After an hour staff of the Science Media Centre quickly hustled Glover out of the room through a side door Pastor 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