I was delighted to get the monthly September statistics for this blog, ‘CapacityNow’ www.larskarlsson.com. 

September was anothet fantastic month with 13.887 visitors!

I can only say that it is absolutely amazing that so many people visited my blog last month. 

These visitors came from more than 70 different countries. 

Thank you for reading my blog! Welcome back this month. 

The United Nations Security Council reached a surprisingly swift consensus Wednesday on its choice for the next secretary general of the United Nations: António Guterres, a former prime minister of Portugal.

Mr. Guterres, who ran the United Nations refugee agency for 10 years, had been the clear front-runner, and was apparently the choice of the otherwise deeply divided Security Council. 

Mr. Guterres, who will face a formal Council vote on Thursday morning, will have his name submitted to the 193-member General Assembly for approval. 

If elected, he will succeed the current secretary general, Ban Ki-moon, whose second five-year term expires at the end of this year. He would preside over the United Nations at a time when it has faltered in carrying out its chief mandate — to stop the scourge of war — and confronts an ever-widening rift between Russia and the West.

From the ‘Bosnian Luis Suárez’ to Milan’s wonderkid Gianluigi Donnarumma, English Newspaper The Guardian  identifies in its annual review some of the best young players born in 1999.

There are two Swedish players on the list, Joel Asoro and Alexander Isak. Both are great talents and the future of Swedish fotball. 

The Guardian: Future Talents of World Football