Zanetti revealed several anecdotes about the ex-defense Taribo West: “Once he invited us to his birthday at seven in the afternoon. We arrived, there were six of us, and he began to pray. The hours passed and he did not stop. At 10 at night he suddenly said to us: ‘Okay, the party was over. It ended. ‘And so we left, eating nothing. ” Regarding his role as vice president, he stated, “When they proposed to me, I went to college to study business and finance. Once you stop playing, you must start from scratch.” Christian Vieri follow his daily show on Instagram with big names in live football. This Thursday it was, among others, Javier Zanetti, who commented on the rumors about the future of Lautaro Martinez, main objective for the front of the Barcelona: “When we signed him, we already knew he was going to go far. With Conte he trains great, he can grow and give us a lot “. In the middle of the coronavirus emergency, nobody wants to talk about the market, but the vice president of Inter reiterated that he does not see the ‘Bull’ far from Milan: “At such a difficult time we don’t think about what will happen, but I see Lautaro well here, have fun. And with Lukaku he is great“.
Caymanas Track Limited (CTL) is losing money on a daily basis. The Government of Jamaica, the only shareholder, insists that the company will be divested. Timeline after timeline for divestment passes by with a regularity that defies logic. A “divestment committee” is formed and the chairman insists that he is “working on it” (reminds me of a Burger King advertisement of recent vintage) when questioned by worried stakeholders. One could not be faulted for thinking that the Government-appointed board of the company would develop a more hands-on policy as frantic attempts are made, first to minimise losses, and second, to improve the handle (the amount of money bet on its programmes), both locally and overseas. Instead, punters, the life blood of the sport, are treated as if ‘dem-mus-come’. Races never start on time. The official reason is always “technical difficulties”. The air-conditioned North Lounge at the track is subject to the whims and fancies of the employees. For example, no ticket sellers are in place half-hour before the start of the first race, and air-conditioned units are either not working or not turned on at least one hour before the start of the first race to welcome the early punter. Also, food is running out during well-established ‘big’ racedays, and recently, word has surfaced that fans/supporters of racing who buy four reserved seats for six months to enable these supporters of racing to bring guests to the track from time to time are told by the promoters that they will be issued with only two tickets, and if they are bringing guests who do not come to the track with the person who paid for the seat, “just ask for one of us at the gate” and it will be okay! Woe on to the guest if the named official is not available at the time of arrival of the guest. There is a story making the rounds at the track that last week Thursday (September 3), CTL was simulcasting races from Gulf Stream Park in the USA. The second race was won by horse #5, Behzads Pride. However, when the results were posted by the company, another horse (my source insists that it was horse #4, Unspoken Quality) was posted as the winner and dividends declared. It is further alleged that punters who backed the posted winner promptly cashed their tickets. Minutes later, after a telephone call to “control”, the error was corrected, and punters who correctly selected #5, Bezhads Pride, as the winner, were duly paid. My source insists that losses to CTL were in the region of J$190,000. Another loss. The standard answer of “Oops!” will be accepted and the company moves right along to another day. Another loss! Finally, the action of the raceday stewards in suspending jockey Aaron Chatrie after his mount, Woman is Boss, was disqualified for interfering with Asia’s Dream in the seventh race on Saturday August 29 was understandable after a slow-motion review of the race. However, to suspend the jockey from taking further part in the race meet (he had two more rides for the day) because he was guilty of “ungentlemanly behaviour” when told of his disqualification, begs the question: Are the raceday stewards competent enough to make a decision that a jockey is in “no condition to ride?” I maintain that that decision is a medical matter. Even if it is psychological, evidence from a doctor/psychologist MUST be obtained. No decision that affects a livelihood should be made arbitrarily. It must be evidence-based. As the operation steward stated when questioned by The Gleaner reporter, Ainsley Walters, they do have a discretion (according to the rules) that is unassailable. BUT ONLY IF THERE IS EVIDENCE! Each individual deals with anger and disappointment differently. One jockey may remain quiet and take it out on the horse or his competing jockey. Aaron Chatrie may have “blown his top” to get it all off his chest and thereafter ride in a most professional manner. Only a steward with a crystal ball would know which is about to happen and anticipatory breach of rules just isn’t allowed. This wrong MUST be corrected. J$190,000 in losses
AT GUYANA NATIONAL STADIUM: Guyana Jaguars, leading Trinidad and Tobago Red Force by 58 on first innings, reached 244 for four at the close on the third day of their sixth-round match yesterday. Scores: JAGUARS 237 (Vishaul Singh 104 not out, Veerasammy Permaul 47, Leon Johnson 23; Marlon Richards 3-41, Rayad Emrit 3-44, Jon-Russ Jagessar 3-59) and 244 for four (Leon Johnson 111 not out, Tagenarine Chanderpaul 42, Anthony Bramble 39 not out; Jon-Russ Jagessar 4-67). RED FORCE 179 (Yannic Cariah 68, Jason Mohammed 30, Evin Lewis 26; Veerasammy Permaul 5-65, Devendra Bishoo 3-48). VOCANOES IN TROUBLE NORTH SOUND, Antigua (CMC): Off-spinner Rahkeem Cornwall grabbed his first-ever 10-wicket haul in first-class cricket to inspire Leeward Islands Hurricanes to an 85-run victory over Jamaica Scorpions and their first win of the Regional first-class championship here yesterday. Starting the final day of their sixth-round clash on 58 for two in search of 366 for victory, Scorpions were dismissed for 280 – undermined by Cornwall – who claimed seven for 131 to end with match figures of 12 for 205. Barbadian right-hander Kirk Edwards converted his overnight 28 into a top score of 93, while tail-ender Sheldon Cottrell got 39 and Carlton Baugh Jr, 25, but the task of scoring 308 on the final day proved too much for the visitors. Hurricanes had lost all five of their previous outings this season to languish at the bottom of the six-team standings. However, they broke out of their slump in style, taking wickets at regular intervals throughout the day to ensure that there was no way back for Scorpions. Edwards seemed to be steering Scorpions to safety when he anchored a series of small partnerships. He struck 13 fours and three sixes in an innings spanning 142 deliveries and 189 minutes before he was sixth out. He extended his overnight third-wicket stand with AndrÈ McCarthy to 41 before Cornwall grabbed his first wicket of the morning, trapping McCarthy lbw for 22 after 35 balls at the crease. Edwards then put on 38 with Test batsman Jermaine Blackwood, who made 21, and added another 47 for the fifth wicket with Antiguan Devon Thomas, who got 15. Unbeaten on 78 at the break, Edwards combined with Baugh afterwards to add 22 for the sixth wicket and looked set for his 10th first-class hundred when he edged Cornwall to slip at 189 for six. Cornwall then pulled off a fine return catch three balls later to remove David Bernard Jr, with no runs added to the score, as the death knell sounded for Scorpions. With hope dwindling quickly, Cottrell threw his bat around for three fours and three sixes in a 47-ball cameo, which unnerved Hurricanes, as he and Nikita Miller (15 not out) put on 34 for the last wicket. Fittingly, Cornwall took the final wicket to hand Scorpions their third defeat of the season. AT KENSINGTON OVAL: Windward Islands Volcanoes, trailing Barbados Pride by 200 runs on first innings, were 134 for seven in their second innings at the close on the penultimate day of their sixth-round match yesterday. Scores: VOLCANOES 250 (AndrÈ Fletcher 84, Kavem Hodge 53, Shane Shillingford 28; Miguel Cummings 5-47, Sulieman Benn 3-65) and 134 for seven (Keddy Lesporis 29, Johnson Charles 25, Andre Fletcher 25; Roston Chase 3-19, Sulieman Benn 2-38). PRIDE 450 for five decl. (Shai Hope 162, Kraigg Brathwaite 117, Roston Chase 40 not out, Kyle Corbin 38, Carlos Brathwaite 27; Johnson Charls 2-51, Shane Shillingford 2-131). JAGUARS IN COMMAND
President David Granger will be attending the 25th Meeting of the Heads of Government of the Commonwealth of Nations, slated for April 16-20, 2018 in London, and to be held under the theme, “Towards a Common Future”.This was announced today by Minister of State, Joseph Harmon, during a post-Cabinet press conference.The president will be accompanied by Second Vice President and Minister ofPresident David GrangerForeign Affairs, Carl Greenidge; Director General Audrey Waddell, and Guyana’s High Commissioner to London, Frederick Hamley Case.President Granger will emphasize Guyana’s role in, and contribution to, the green agenda of the Commonwealth.“It will be pointed out that 2019 will mark the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the Iwokrama Reserve. It will also be recalled that Guyana has dedicated approximately 700,000 hectares of protected area on Konashen, the home of our Wai-Wai people in the South Rupununi, in the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy,” Minister Harmon pointed out.Guyana will, therefore, use the opportunity of the Heads of Government Meeting to continue its leadership role in the establishment of the green agenda in the Commonwealth, even as the country seeks to establish a green economy and state as a model of development.According to the State Minister, the 2018 meeting is likely to orient the Commonwealth towards a more proactive and relevant global role as this relates to increasing global turbulence and unease.
er/manager Russ Beerling has been elected first Vice President, of the Fort St. John and District Chamber of Commerce. Russ takes over from Steve Troyer, who stepped down last month, following reports of dissatisfaction within the Chamber, over its role in the processing of the cities new budget…. [asset|aid=44|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=Russ Beerling – Chamber Vice_1_Pub.mp3] Take Clip: Russ “people are members” .25 Russ, a former President of the Dawson Creek Chamber, was elected to his new position, by acclamation. Meantime, the local Chamber has also confirmed Cindy Zsomber has rescinded her recent resignation and remains second vice-president.- Advertisement –
11 15. Eric Dier (central midfield) 11 11 7. Heung-Min Son (right-sided forward) 11 20. Dele Alli (central midfield) 1. Hugo Lloris (goalkeeper) – take a look at the full line up, in squad number order, by clicking the arrow above! And let us know what you think of our predicted Man United team by leaving a comment below 11 Tottenham v Crystal Palace is live on talkSPORT at 1.00pm on Sunday 20 September.Tottenham Hotspur have enjoyed a successful week as they earned their first two wins of the season.A 1-0 victory over Sunderland in the Premier League was followed up night with a 3-1 triumph over Qarabag in the Europa League.There has been good news on the injury front too with Clinton N’Jie making his first appearance for the club on Thursday, while Christian Eriksen, Ryan Mason and Mousa Dembele may all be fit to face Crystal Palace on Sunday.Will this mean a first start for of the season for Clinton? And will Heung-Min Son start his first Premier League match after grabbing a brace against Qarabag? talkSPORT takes a look.Do you agree with this predicted line-up? Let us know your thoughts below… 23. Christian Eriksen (attacking midfield) 33. Ben Davies (left-back) 10. Harry Kane (striker) 11 11 5. Jan Vertonghen (centre-back) 4. Toby Alderweireld (centre-back) 2. Kyle Walker (right-back) 22. Nacer Chadli (left-sided forward) 11 11 11 11
SAN DIEGO – Bishop Robert Brom issued a memo this week asking priests in the Diocese of San Diego to contribute one month’s salary to help pay for the recent $198.1 million sexual abuse settlement. “We cannot ask of others what we are unwilling to do ourselves,” Brom wrote in the memo to about 280 priests, whose monthly salary can be as much as $1,535. Roman Catholics in San Diego and Imperial counties will also receive letters asking them to make “a generous contribution,” according to Brom’s memo. Packets will be sent no later than Oct. 26 and will include letters from Brom and parish pastors, along with a return envelope. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas City
le Síofra Ní ShluaghadháinBhí craic agus ceoil den scoth ar siúl san Ionad Cultúrtha in Leitir Ceanainn an Aoine seo cháite nuair a tháinig daltaí ó scoileanna thart ar an c ontae fa choinne an dara ceol choirm Beo ! den bliain acadúil seo, agus an chéad ceann de 2011.Bhí seans ag na scoláirí buaileadh leis an dhá príomh bannaí den oíche , Scuba Dice agus Lost Chord agus blas a fháil de caidé a bhí le teacht ag dhá ceardlann ceoil a bhí eagraithe ag na scoileanna sa bhaile. Mar a bhí ag an chéad oíche , fuaireamar seans freisin buaileadh leis na bannaí níos moille san tráthnóna chun agallamh a dhéanamh.Níor cuireadh amach don a leaids ó Lost Chord nach raibh plean ná ceisteanna réitithe againn dóibh , agus san deich bomaite nó mar sin a léann , bhí chomhrá ag – inn a bhris gach formáid agallaimh . Bhí cuid mhaith le rá agus faoi sláinte an tionscadail cheoil sa tír , a bhfuil go breá fós , d ’ ár leo . Ní fadhb é an t – íoslódáil mí – dleathach dóibhsean , toisc gur scaoileadh EP s ’ acu “ There Is No Lost Chord ” thar an idirlín saor in aisce agus is é an tuairim a bhfuil acu gurbh é sin a bealach a bhfuil rudaí ag gluaiseacht do ceoltóirí go ginearálta.Bhí dearcadh cosúil le seo ag Scuba Dice , le duine amháin acu a rá gurbh nochtadh mhaith a bhí ann do bhannaí gan ainm mhór , agus seans mhaith dóibh lucht leanúna a bhailiú.Ach , fuair mé taobh eile den scéal faoin “ scene ” cheoil ó Joe Grace freisin . Dúirt seisean go bhfuil béim mhór san tionscadal cheoil san tír seo ar an raidio , agus cad is feidir seinm uirthi . Bhí ar cuid d ’ ár easpórtáil ceolmhar is fearr imeacht go Meiriceá nó chuig a Eoraip chun ainm a dhéanamh dóibh fhéin sular tugadh aird ar bith dóibh sa bhaile . Ach , d ’ ár leis , tá rudaí ag eirí níos fearr , leis a leithead den oíche Dé hAoine feabhsú an scéal. Thíos staighre san halla , bhí an chraic ar doigh , agus iniadh seit bríomhar ón dhá grúpa cuairteoirí agus tacaíocht ó banna áitiúil Redwood Avenue , bhí muid uilig beagáinín bodhar , le cosa rud beag nimhneach agus gan ghúth.Agus sin ráite , an féidir moladh níos airde a thabhairt?xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxBy Caoimhe Ní ChathailTo say BEO was a success last Friday night would be an understatement. After weeks of preparation by the TY students of Coláiste Ailigh, Loreto Convent and St. Eunan’s College, the success of their hard work could be seen on the faces of the departing crowd. The night was simply described as an ‘Epic night!’ by Convent student Amy Callaghan.Over two hundred students were fortunate enough to receive workshops from bands Lost Chord and Scuba Dice during the day. These workshops created a sense of familiarity with the band members and left everyone eagerly awaiting the performance that night.Local band Redwood Avenue certainly succeeded in entertaining the crowd with an energetic performance. Playing crowd favourites and interacting with those present resulted in a fantastic start to an amazing night’s entertainment.Lost Chord built on the energetic atmosphere with an exciting and passionate performance. Fuelled by the crowd’s energy, the band left the crowd in a state of excitement, as new-found Lost Chord fans. Lead singer and guitarist David said himself, ‘BEO was the best show ever! And I don’t usually say that.’ The final performance by Scuba Dice did not fail to impress. Their pop-punk sound and songs, including ‘Katie’ and ‘She Puts U Down’ created an electric atmosphere as the crowd sang and danced along.The excitement of the band and the audience was apparent as both passionately joined forces to create a momentous ending to BEO.Joe Grace of Scuba Dice said: “It was brilliant. It was a great show.”These words were echoed by all as the latest BEO gig came to a close.With May 5 th as the next BEO’s date, BEO is surely going from strength to strength.We will no doubt chose more outstanding Irish bands and provide an amazing evening’s entertainment once again for Donegal’s teenagers, who according to Clíona Mc Menamin are ‘definitely coming back’.SPECIAL REPORT: BEO LEITIR CEANAINN was last modified: February 13th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREOregon Ducks football players get stuck on Disney ride during Rose Bowl eventThe car wash will be held at the Valley Worship Center, 24346 San Fernando Road, Newhall. A donation of $5 per car is requested and additional donations will be accepted. “Everybody is trying to help,” said Ayala, who added that collection boxes are scattered throughout Newhall, including at a local bakery and some restaurants. All money will be donated to the Garcia and Munoz families to help with funeral expenses. Services for Garcia were held Friday, followed by burial at Eternal Valley Memorial Park. Munoz’s father is taking his son’s body home to Mexico, where Fernando’s mother lives. firstname.lastname@example.org (661)257-5252 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! NEWHALL – Friends of two teenagers killed last week by a Metrolink train will wash cars today to help the families with funeral expenses. Fernando Nava Munoz, 19, of Palmdale and Sandra Fabiola Quijada Garcia, 16, of Santa Clarita, both former Hart High School student, were hit by the train while walking along tracks in Newhall. Their deaths were declared accidental. The car wash will start at 8 a.m. and run “until we don’t have cars,” said Patty Ayala, whose brother was a friend of Munoz. “My dad was his soccer coach,” Ayala said. “I’m a mother of one and I just can’t imagine how hard this is on their mothers.”
1 Moussa Dembele celebrates scoring for Celtic Juventus are considering making a move for Celtic striker Moussa Dembele.The 20-year-old hitman joined the Hoops from Fulham last summer and has played a major role in helping Brendan Rodgers’ side to dominate Scottish football again this season.Scoring 32 goals in all competitions, Dembele has earned praise for his performances both domestically and in Europe, attracting interest from Premier League leaders Chelsea.Celtic managed to see off the Blues’ advances in January but they are set to face a fresh challenge to keep their prized asset in the summer as more European clubs join the fray for his signature.Juventus are reported to be one of the clubs who are considering making a move for the striker in the coming months and are closely monitoring his progress.The Italian champions are eyeing more attacking additions in the summer and it has been claimed that Dembele is one of the players they are keeping track of.The Celtic striker, whose contract runs until 2020, has also been linked with a move to German giants Borussia Dortmund.