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Former Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski to retire after 19 seasons

Former Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski to retire after 19 seasons

Sports
April 28 (UPI) -- Former Oakland Raiders and Seattle Seahawks kicker Sebastian Janikowski is retiring from the NFL after 19 seasons. Janikowski, 41, told ESPN on Sunday that his body couldn't handle another season in the league. "It was a good run," Janikowski said. "I still think of the Super Bowl -- it still hurts." Janikowski and the Raiders lost 48-21 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII during the 2002-03 season. The Raiders originally selected Janikowski in the first round (No. 17 overall) in the 2000 NFL Draft. The kicker's retirement leaves New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady as the last remaining active player from the 2000 draft class. Janikowski earned more money in his professional career than any other kicker in league history. He made $ 53.29 million duri...
Danny Rose: England and Tottenham left-back ‘can’t wait’ to retire from football due to racism problems – ‘I just want to get out of it’

Danny Rose: England and Tottenham left-back ‘can’t wait’ to retire from football due to racism problems – ‘I just want to get out of it’

Sports
GET ME OUT Rose has suffered from racial abuse on occasions throughout his career, most recently during England's Euro 2020 qualifier at Montenegro last month England and Tottenham defender Danny Rose is so sick of football’s failure to tackle racism that he ‘can’t wait’ to retire from the game. The full-back has been victim of abuse multiple times in his career, most recently during the Three Lions’ Euro 2020 qualifier at Montenegro last week. Danny Rose was subjected to racist abuse when he was booked towards the end of the 5-1 win Rose, alongside teammates Raheem Sterling and Callum Hudson-Odoi were chanted at by some of the home crowd, in a game where the defender was cautioned by the referee late on. The incident is not an isolated one t
Ujjivan begins succession plan, Samit Ghosh to retire in Nov 2019

Ujjivan begins succession plan, Samit Ghosh to retire in Nov 2019

Finance
KOLKATA: Ujjivan Small Finance Bank has begun its succession planning because its founder-cum-chief executive Samit Ghosh is scheduled to retire in November next year. The bank has shortlisted half a dozen candidates for the CEO’s position and is planning to submit a list of three candidates to the Reserve Bank of India by December for its approval. Succession planning, or the absence of it, has been a weak spot in Indian banking, and there are no dearth of examples with the government-owned banks leading the pack. The delicate issue of succession has been highlighted in case of Axis Bank, ICICI Bank and Yes Bank as their chiefs have exited, or are on their way out. “We would like to appoint the new CEO in such a way that there should not be more than six months of overlap,&rdq...
3 reasons to retire as early as you can

3 reasons to retire as early as you can

Finance
Planning young: a retirement roadmap Would you love to retire early? So many people have that goal, and for a variety of reasons. For some, it's a matter of escaping a tough work schedule and the pressures that come with it. For others, it's an opportunity to spend quality time with family and pursue hobbies. Many folks, however, have a hard time with the notion of retiring early, whether it be from a place of financial insecurity or guilt. But if early retirement appeals to you on any level, here are three reasons to go for it. 1. You can afford it Many folks slack in the retirement savings department all their lives. Case in point: The average American aged 50 to 55 has $ 124,831 socked away for the future, according to the Economic Policy Institute, which isn't a wh...