The agreement between the two clubs is very close and Oscar did not hide in the press conference prior to the duel with the Osasuna that the future of Lobotka does not pass through Balaidos. The Sabadell coach said he would not have the pivot if he did not see it centered and admitted with resignation that “I have also been a professional player and I know that football players want to play the Champions League and a European competition.” The hours of Stanislav Lobotka in Celta they are counted. Oscar Garcia He has ruled out the midfielder, headline until this day in all matches since the arrival of the Catalan coach to Vigo, to face Osasuna. The Naples It will be the destination of Slovak.From Italy they take their incorporation into the training team Gennaro Gattuso. The Celtic, who rejected a first offer this Christmas from the Neapolitan entity, would be willing to transfer it for a figure that is around 25 million euros.
Points standingP W D L GF GA GD Pts1. Arsenal 21 13 4 4 37 21 16 432. Leicester 21 12 7 2 38 25 13 433. Man City 21 12 4 5 39 21 18 404. Tottenham 21 9 9 3 34 17 17 365. West Ham 21 9 8 4 33 24 9 356. Man United 21 9 7 5 27 20 7 347. Stoke City 21 9 5 7 24 22 2 328. Crystal Palace 21 9 4 8 23 20 3 319. Liverpool 21 8 7 6 25 27 -2 3110. Watford 21 8 5 8 25 24 1 2911. Everton 21 6 10 5 36 29 7 2812. Southampton 21 7 6 8 28 24 4 2713. West Brom 21 7 6 8 22 27 -5 2714. Chelsea 21 6 6 9 28 31 -3 2415 Norwich City 21 6 5 10 24 35 -11 2316. Bournemouth 21 5 6 10 23 37 -14 2117. Swansea City 21 4 7 10 19 30 -11 1918. Sunderland 21 5 3 13 26 41 -15 1819. Newcastle 21 4 6 11 22 38 -16 1820. Aston Villa 21 2 5 14 17 37 -20 11
The President of the Republic of Liberia, Her Excellency Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has by proclamation declared Saturday, March 15, 2014 as the 205th Birth anniversary of Liberia’s First President Joseph Jenkins Robert and is to be observed throughout the Republic as a national holiday, a press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced.The Proclamation is in consonance with an Act of national legislature which was enacted at the third session of the forty-second Legislature, declaring the birth Anniversary of The Late President Joseph Jenkins Roberts, first president of the Republic of Liberia, as a National Holiday.As with all national holidays, the proclamation directs all government offices, public buildings and business houses closed that day, in recognition of his invaluable sacrifices rendered as the founding father of Liberia.The Proclamation started that the honor accorded the memory of this distinguished Statesman serves as a challenge to all Liberians to aspire to higher and nobler endeavors by emanating his courage, endurance, selflessness and commitment to the principles and deals of democracy, as portrayed in his works and life as Liberia’s first President. According to the release, celebration shows a mark of respect and relevance to his memory and for his untiring efforts in organizing the first government of the Republic as well as negotiating and concluding treaties with foreign powers which gave recognition to the foundation of the Liberian Nation.We are pleased to publish an excerpt from the Last Will and Testament of Liberia’s first president, highlighting some of the reasons he is revered to this day: LAST WILL AND TESTAMENTOFJOSEPH JENKINS ROBERTS(FIRST PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA)Admitted to ProbateThis 6th day of March, A. D. 1876(Signed) M. I. CLUNTYClerk, Monthly and Probate Court, Montserrado CountyRepublic of LiberiaKnow all men by these Presents that I, JOSEPH JENKINS ROBERTS, of the City of Monrovia, County of Montserrado, and Republic of Liberia, being of sound mind and body, and mindful of the uncertainty of human life, do make, publish and declare, this my last WILL and Testament in manner following, that is to say…..SEVENTH, I hold Ten Thousand Dollars in United States Five Per Cent Bonds; and I do hereby give and grant to my faithful and affectionate wife, JANE ROSE ROBERTS, for and during her natural life, Three Hundred Dollars annually, of the amount of interest accruing on said bonds, and payable to her order. I also give and grant to my daughter, SARAH ANN, for and during her natural life Two Hundred Dollars annually of the amount of interest accruing on the above named bonds; which amount shall be drawn and paid to her by my Executrix hereinafter.After the deaths of my wife, JANE ROSE ROBERTS, and my daughter, SARAH ANN, the interest accruing on the aforesaid United States Bonds, shall be set apart, used and applied to the purpose of Education as hereinafter named and directed. It is my Will and Desire and I do hereby so direct that should the death of my wife, JANE ROSE ROBERTS, occur before the death of my daughter, SARAH ANN, her heirs and assigns shall not be entitled to claim or to receive any part of the sum given and granted to my wife for and during her natural life of the interest of the aforesaid bonds; and in like manner, should the death of my daughter, SARAH ANN, occur before the death of my wife, JANE R. ROBERTS, my wife, JANE ROSE ROBERTS, her heirs and assigns shall not be entitled to claim or to receive any part of the sum given and granted to my daughter, aforesaid, for and during her natural life-But that in either case, the sum to be set apart, used and applied to the purposed of Education.EIGTH, I have had in contemplation for years past, to erect a suitable building in the City of Monrovia, to be used as school house; but circumstances have prevented me, up to the present, from putting up such a building. Having still a strong desire to have the Educational Facilities of the Country increased, and with the view of expecting one or more suitable buildings for school purposes, and for keeping the same in repair; as well as providing for the salaries or salary of one or more teachers, I give and bequeath, after the death of my wife and daughter, aforesaid, and to be applied thereto in perpetuity, the entire amount of annual interest accruing the aforesaid United States Bonds; and also in like manner, and to be used for the same purpose, after the death of my wife, JANE ROSE ROBERTS, the net proceeds of all moneys accruing from the lease or rent of my coffee farm, as mentioned and described in the First section of this instrument, and bequeath to my wife, aforesaid, for and during her natural life, it is my Will and desire that said coffee farm shall NEVER be sold; but leased or rented for a term of years at a time.And I do hereby direct that no part of the Ten Thousand Dollars being the principal of the aforesaid United States Bonds shall ever be used or consumed for any purpose whatsoever, but shall together with my coffee farm aforesaid, remain a PERPENIUAL FOUNDATION for the object herein stated. As the object of the bequest is for increasing the Educational facilities of the Country, it is desirable that it should be managed judiciously with strictest economy and accountability; I therefore direct that the management of it, and whatsoever pertains thereto, shall be placed in the hands and under the control and direction of the Stewards of the Methodist Episcopal Church of the City of Monrovia, who shall be and authorized and fully empowered to appoint Three (3) Trustees who shall authorized and empowered to transact all business in the relation to this bequest, and in carrying out the object of the same in conformity with the provisions herein contained.I desire that the aforesaid stewards of the aforesaid Church in the City of Monrovia shall affirm the three Trustees aforesaid, as soon as practicable after the death of my wife, JANE ROSE ROBERTS. The said Trustees shall be accountable to the said Stewards for the conduct of the business placed in their hands. It is desirable that all business transaction relating to this bequest should be above the signatures of these Trustees; nevertheless the act or acts, of any two of them within the scope of this instrument shall be valid and binding.The said Trustees shall lay before the Stewards of the aforesaid Church; annually, a statement of their doings, showing the condition and prospect of the school, or schools and an account of the receipt and disbursements of the year; these being found satisfactory, the Stewards shall grant for the fund of this bequest such remuneration to the Trustees, as in the Judgment of the Stewards, shall be deemed reasonable and proper for their services of the past year.The school or schools that shall be established from this bequest, shall be located in eh City of Monrovia, or elsewhere within the corporate limits of the same as the aforesaid stewards shall direct. ….The whole of this Foregoing, contained on this page, and the preceding pages subscribed by me are my wishes and directives in respect to which I trust will be faithfully and strictly observed.In witness whereof I have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal this tenth day of June in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Eight-Hundred and Seventy Five. S.S.Seal: Court of Quarter Sessions 1875 Signed: J.J. RobertsShare this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
“The Salvation Army, I know it’s a very worthwhile cause, and I know they’re very grateful for the whole thing. It’s a big part of their food bank and we’re just happy to be able to contribute.”On the ice the Huskies next play in Dawson Creek on Wednesday at 8 p.m., and their next home game comes on Friday night at 8 p.m. against the Grande Prairie JDA Kings. Allen Karasiuk is one of the event organizers. He says the food collected along with local support made the Fill the Bus Campaign a great success.“It’s been a great day. We’ve collected over 24,000 pounds. In addition to that we’ve got the $10,000 in regards to Tervita’s generosity, and another $1,400 through the Rotary Club and Canadian Tire,” he says. “With Tervita putting out the call for companies to step forward and jump on board with them, that’s in the works right now, so all in all a great day.” Karasiuk says the novice players in minor hockey were a great help in helping to collect food for the event, and other volunteers contributed greatly as well.- Advertisement -“Through minor hockey the novices stepped up big time. Seven year olds were out there collecting and learning about volunteerism and supporting the community,” he explains. “We’ve got volunteers from all walks; families of the Huskies, the Huskies themselves who are really the spearhead behind all this. Just people that are generally interested. It’s a real community effort. It’s difficult to mention everybody but it’s all appreciated.”The Salvation Army food bank is a worthy cause Karasiuk says, and he’s happy that the hockey club was able to lend a helping hand.Advertisement
TEMPE, Ariz. – The Angels’ offseason could best be described as a glass-half-empty, glass-half-full situation. The optimists will point to the various reviews that say the Angels might possess the best bullpen in the American League, if not in all of baseball. Francisco Rodriguez might be a notch behind the New York Yankees’ Mariano Rivera for the title of best closer, but the Angels’ right-hander probably has more value considering that at age 25, he is 12 years younger than Rivera. Rodriguez’s 92 saves over the past two seasons are the most in baseball, and his 312 strikeouts over the past three seasons are the most over that span for a reliever. With Colon on the mend, Lackey inherits the role as staff ace. His mastery of the Oakland Athletics last season (3-1 with a 2.10 ERA in five starts) will be counted on again. Colon wants to be back for Opening Day, but his recent injury history suggests a more patient timetable. Adding free-agent Justin Speier while trading Brendan Donnelly to the Boston Red Sox effectively strengthened the middle relief corps, which leads into set-up man Scot Shields. CATCHER It will be a wide-open race for the Opening Day slot between Jose Molina, Mike Napoli and Jeff Mathis. The veteran Molina might be playing with some fire this season after missing out on a lucrative bonus in September. Molina was relegated to the bench in the final few days of the season, costing him a games-played incentive. Napoli has the inside track at a roster spot over Mathis and anything close to his torrid stretch last June (six home runs, 17 RBI) will net him the starting spot. Mathis would have the most to prove after making the Opening Day roster last season and lasting only a month before he was sent back to Triple-A Salt Lake. Much of Mathis’ struggles last April were on the defensive side but he got his game back together at Salt Lake to earn his third organization defensive player of the year award. A strong spring from the trio could lead to a three-catcher system to start the season. Mathis would also enhance his trade value with a strong spring. INFIELD Things are set up the middle with Orlando Cabrera at shortstop and Howie Kendrick taking over for the departed Adam Kennedy at second. The biggest battle of the spring likely will take place at first where Casey Kotchman, Kendry Morales and Shea Hillenbrand will fight it out for the starting spot. Morales appeared to have the edge with some impressive power numbers in winter ball, but he ended up with a sore knee. He isn’t expected to miss much time this spring. Kotchman, who has the best defensive skills of the bunch, also played winter ball after missing most of last season with mononucleosis. Third base belongs to Chone Figgins, whose lackluster on-base percentage will force him to move to the No. 9 spot in the lineup. Matthews will take over at leadoff. Maicer Izturis, Robb Quinlan and Hillenbrand could see significant time at third if Figgins falters. Even if he doesn’t end up at first or third, Hillenbrand still could see significant time in the designated-hitter role. OUTFIELD Say what you want about Matthews’ $50 million deal but the signing instantly made the Angels better defensively. Remember, it was defense that was a big part of the team’s slow start and ultimate undoing last season. But even the best defense isn’t enough to justify $10 million per season. Matthews will be looked upon to deliver, at minimum, his 19 home runs and 79 RBI from last season. The team will be just fine with his .313 batting average and .371 on-base percentage from last year as well. Losing Juan Rivera to a broken leg in winter ball was costly. His status still is unknown with an optimistic return date set for the all-star break. With Rivera out, Reggie Willits and Tommy Murphy will be in line for a backup role. A healthy Anderson will be vital. The sore foot that plagued him all last season started a year ago next month in Cactus League action. The injury could be blamed for his reduced production, but Anderson’s .280 batting average last season with 17 home runs and 85 RBI, was not much different from his 2005 numbers (.283, 17, 95). 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Now for the pessimists. Not only did the Angels not add the impact bat they desired, owner Arte Moreno essentially reneged on a boast to enhance the roster with an impact acquisition. It can’t be a good sign that management grossly underestimated the free-agent market. The Angels also have received an abundance of criticism for committing $50 million over five years to Matthews, who will try to build off his breakout season in 2006 at age 32. First base and third base remain question marks. When pitchers and catchers report for spring training today in anticipation of their first workout Thursday, that pitching staff might want to do some early weight lifting, just to feel what it would be like to carry the weight of the team on its shoulders. Angels personnel breaks down as follows: PITCHER Not only will one of the top rotations start things off, one of the best closers will be counted on to finish things. The starting staff is first-rate with John Lackey, Jered Weaver, Ervin Santana, Kelvim Escobar and Joe Saunders, with Bartolo Colon possibly coming back by May, if not sooner. Even more upbeat news is that the outfield of Garret Anderson, Gary Matthews Jr. and Vladimir Guerrero is now considered by some as the best in the business. Nobody dared to make such a boast last season.
1 Villa Park Stream Aston Villa v Manchester City live in the Premier League on Sunday 8 November 2015 on talkSPORT.CLICK HERE FOR A LIVE STREAM OF ASTON VILLA V MANCHESTER CITYWe have live commentary of the match from Villa Park, with Sam Matterface and Stan Collymore at the ground.And you can give your views on the game and listen to what the fans have to say, on Call Collymore after the match, on talkSPORT.
Former Everton defender Alan Stubbs believes the Toffees have the ability to break into the Premier League’s top four if they build the team around the club’s young stars.The likes of Ross Barkley, John Stones and Gerard Deulofeu, all below 23, have been in top form this season, while Romelu Lukaku has transformed into one of the country’s most lethal frontmen.The Belgium international become only the fifth player to reach 50 Premier League goals before the age of 23 earlier this term – joining Robbie Fowler, Michael Owen, Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo – and he scored his seventh goal in six games to seal a 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace on Monday.Roberto Martinez’s men endured a disappointing campaign last season, missing out on a European spot as they finished in 11th in the top flight table.But, having manged to hold off interest from a number of clubs to keep their promising young starlets over the summer tranfer window, ex-centre-back Stubbs sees real signs for excitement for the future at Goodison Park.“The last window was a big statement to make for Everton, especially standing their ground over John Stones,” the former Toffees star, now manager of Scottish side Hibernian, told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“If Everton are going to become a top four team they have to build a team around these young players.“You look at the Everton team and the players now, whenever they get the ball they look like they’ve got lots of options and are full of confidence.“Lukaku is unplayable at times up front and Ross Barkley, Gerard Deulofeu; they all want to take the ball into tight areas and are not afraid if someone is close to them.“Everton look very exciting at the moment.”
Two men have been sent forward for trial at Letterkenny Circuit Court in connection with the discovery of more than €400,000 worth of drugs.Sidney Gibson appears at an earlier court sitting. Pic copyright of North West Newspix.Sidney Gibson, 45, from Killygordon and Andrew Neeson, 32, from Skelpy Lower, Castlefin are both charged with possession of cannabis and possession with intent to supply. The case was mentioned at Letterkenny District Court where Inspector David Kelly said the Director of Public Prosecutions had recommended that both men be sent forward for trial.The case was put back until September 22nd next.The case relates to an incident in which drugs were found in Castlefin on February 11th last.The seizure of cannabis close to a petrol station at around 8pm in the evening following an intelligence-led operation by the Garda National Drugs Unit, the Donegal Drugs squad and the Revenue and Customs office.Both men were arrested in follow-up operations after the discovery of the drugs haul.Both were released on bail but have been adhering to strict bail conditions.TWO MEN TO GO ON TRIAL FOLLOWING MAJOR DRUGS FIND was last modified: July 24th, 2014 by StephenShare 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) Tags:Andrew NeesoncastlefindonegalDPPdrugsLetterkenny District CourtSidney Gibson
Liverpool news live: Klopp reveals when Minamino will play and issues injury update The average first-team salaries at every Premier League club in 2019 Most read in Premier League “I’m saying any boy or girl who has a decent level of physical ability and is the right size, you give that kid two years and you can turn out a goalkeeper who can play very, very comfortably at any level of English football.”One Premier League keeper has taken umbrage with Bob’s view, with Ben Foster of Watford reacting to the story on Twitter, and then joining Tuesday’s Jim White show to explain that there is a huge difference between a goalkeeper who is good, and one that is truly world class.“Bob, I’m afraid you’re wrong on this one mate,” Foster replied. “I do agree with a lot of what you say and you speak sense most of the time, but you are definitely wrong on this one.“There’s a huge difference between being a good goalkeeper and being a £70million goalkeeper. And that’s why you pay £70million for a goalkeeper. 💰 “If you pay over £5m for a ‘keeper you’ve been mugged off……You can take ANY 16-year-old and train them up to be a top level goalkeeper!” 🧤👀What do you make of Bob Mills’s theory on how clubs can create the best goalkeepers? 🤔 pic.twitter.com/OB9m2cDVqZ— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) September 3, 2018The world record fee for a goalkeeper was broken twice over the summer, first by Liverpool when they signed Alisson, the Brazil international, from Roma, then by Chelsea, who paid over £70million to bring Spain’s Kepa Arrizabalaga to Stamford Bridge.Clearly they were acting stupidly to Bob, who thinks the two clubs should have just gone out and trained up a teenager to fulfil the role of goalkeeper.He said: “If your team spends over £5million on a goalkeeper, tell them they are being mugged off.“Tell them they can go to any non-league club and find a 16- or 17-year-old who has the right physical attributes, they can spend about £200,000 training him, and they will have a goalkeeper who will stand in their goal for the next 10 years. Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade REVEALED gameday cracker Did Mahrez just accidentally reveal Fernandinho is leaving Man City this summer? latest revealed predicted Boxing Day fixtures: All nine Premier League games live on talkSPORT 1 tense smart causal Green reveals how he confronted Sarri after Chelsea’s 6-0 defeat at Man City How Everton could look in January under Ancelotti with new signings whoops Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Sky Sports presenter apologises for remarks made during Neville’s racism discussion Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster has hit back at Bob Mills after the talkSPORT co-host revealed his theory to create a top level keeper from any random 16-year-old.Bob, speaking on Monday’s Jim White show, explained how he believes there is no real difference between keepers at the elite level, saying that any club that pays over £5million for a glovesman are getting ‘mugged off’. SORRY England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won silverware “It’s what Alisson’s got, what Ederson’s got, what Kepa’s got… they’ve just got nous about them. You can teach all you want in goalkeeping and do all the training hours you want, but it’s when you are stood on a football pitch in front of 50,000 fans and you know what’s coming.“You see [Gianluigi] Buffon and he just knows what’s happening in front of him… he knows how it’s going to unfold.“That’s what you pay the money for, so they can see things coming before they happen.”
BY EMMET RUSHE: Relay for Life is an amazing event that has been held worldwide for the past few years.The Letterkenny event was founded in 2011 and was the largest first time Relay event held worldwide and the largest relay event in Europe in 2012. Cancer is an illness that has touched the lives of everyone. I would hazard a guess that there isn’t anyone reading this column who doesn’t know someone affected by cancer at some stage or another.The following information is taking from Macmillan Cancer Support; it is resource that I have found very informative on topics of health for before, during and after cancer treatment.Until recently cancer was seen as something you were either cured of or which killed you.This has now changed and for many of the two million people now living with cancer it has become a long term condition – but they are not necessarily living well. After treatment, learning to live with cancer is tough.Severe fatigue, depression, or reduced muscle strength can be immediate effects.People may not realise that heart problems and osteoporosis in later life are unfortunate consequences of cancer treatment.So it is incredible to think that just by taking the simple step of getting involved in physical activity cancer patients could possibly be helping themselves to overcome or even prevent these problems.What’s more, in some cases it can significantly reduce the risk of dying from the disease. It seems so simple, but this idea is still news to many healthcare professionals and certainly to people living with cancer.MotivationsCancer survivors are first and foremost people – and they have the same motivations as other people their age.For instance: • Spending time with the grandkids.• Spending time with friends or their other half.• Losing weight.• Feeling better and living longer.• Taking pride in still being able to get active.• On top of that they’re motivated to improve their quality of life because of the issues from having a chronic condition.Many of these motivations would be the same if they were suffering from diabetes or cardiac disease.They want to deal with these problems, but don’t necessarily realise that physical activity will help them with these conditions.• Loss of confidence.• Weight gain.• Fatigue/ tiredness.• Joint pain.• Improve well-being.• Improve recovery.• Help cope with stress of treatment and disease.• Get mind off disease.• Flexibility.• A friendly and helpful instructor.• Friendly/ welcoming/ fun environment.Lastly they have cancer-specific motivations for being active, for example• Managing their cancer – preventing reoccurrence.• Gain control over cancer and their life.• Spend time with people like them.• Women who’ve had surgery for breast cancer often want to improve the flexibilityaround their shoulder because the surgery causes it to be very tight.The biggest motivation under this heading, and perhaps overall is that physical activity can help stop the cancer from coming back for some types of cancer (particularly breast and prostate cancer).There is evidence to support the role of physical activity for the following stages of the cancer care pathway:During cancer treatment – physical activity improves, or prevents the decline of physical function without increasing fatigue.After cancer treatment – physical activity helps recover physical function.During and after cancer treatment – physical activity can reduce the risk of cancer recurrence and mortality for some cancers and can reduce the risk of developing other long term conditions.Advanced cancer – physical activity can help maintain independence and wellbeing.The type of activities that you can do is dependent on the type of cancer that you have and where you are in your stage of treatment/recovery, but physical activity has been shown to have great benefits for people of all stages of treatment.#TrainSmartIf you have any question on this article or for getting a tailored program to help you reach your goals, please contact me through the link below.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rushe-Personal-Training-and-Performance/120518884715118* Emmet is the owner and operator of Rushe Personal Training and PerformanceEMMET RUSHE’S FITNESS COLUMN: RELAY FOR LIFE AND HOW ACTIVE LIVES CAN HELP YOU was last modified: May 31st, 2014 by John2Share 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)Tags:emmet rusheRelay for Life