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Fears for future of UK travel agents | News

first_img“Hospitality and retail had to ensure they were Covid-19 secure when they reopened in the summer, and travel needs its own equivalent – we must have a robust testing system in place and quarantine periods reduced to give us any chance of surviving this crisis.” NewerWizz partners with CarTrawler for new rental options The results show the stark reality of how desperate the situation is for travel agents’ businesses and the bleak outlook for the broader travel industry. If blanket travel bans, quarantine measures and lack of testing continues, a further 27 per cent will run out of cash in the first half of next year, resulting in 88 per cent of agents running out of cash before June. This means – in a rather hypothetical situation that there will only be 12 per cent of travel agents still in business next summer.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – OlderChile leads winners at 2020 Latin America World Travel Awards Julia Lo Bue-Said, chief executive at the Advantage Travel Partnership said: “When will the government wake up and see that an industry is collapsing in front of them? “These results are deeply concerning, but sadly are indicative of many businesses throughout the travel industry. “We need an exit strategy from our government to outline how we are going to move forwards. – Advertisement – A new report from the Advantage Travel Partnership has found that 61 per cent of travel agents will run out of cash by the end of this year.The travel agent consortium released the findings as the UK enters a second lockdown, which effectively prohibits overseas and domestic travel. – Advertisement –last_img read more

Abubakar Damba jumps to the defence of Soulama Abdoulaye

first_imgFormer Ghana keeper Abubakar Damba has jumped to the defence of Hearts keeper Soulama Abdoulaye after his howler gifted Kotoko a 1-0 victory over Hearts of Oak.The keeper had a torrid day after he was red carded in the second half after denying Dauda Mohammed a clear goal scoring opportunity.The Burkinabe was playing against his former employers for the first time in a league game in Accra and for Damba, Soulama was keen to prove himself to his former employers.“In football, everything can happen, the fans were great and the stadium was charged but Soulama should have kept it cool but he wanted to prove himself to his former employers that they were wrong to let him go,” he told Asempa Sports.“He should have understood that he is playing against his former club and he should have again recognized that the pressure will be unimaginable but he was anxious to perform against his former side and that was what cost the team and him as a player.” “I know and I believe he has played in big stadiums and he is the goalkeeper for his national team and he seen big crowds than what we saw at the Accra Sports Stadium.” “The problem was, there was a big miscommunication between Soulama and his defender but in all, let’s treat him very well and motivate him or else he will lose his confidence as a player because he has a lot of football in him.”Abubakar Damba was once goalkeeping coach of Accra Hearts of Oak.–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more