Advertisement Comment Advertisement Wojciech Szczesny has some tales from his time at Arsenal (Picture: Getty Images)Wojciech Szczesny has been unveiling all sorts of stories about his former Arsenal teammates and has gone as far as suggesting that Alexander Hleb’s career suffered due to alcohol.Szczesny has slammed Robin van Persie as ‘arrogant’ and called Samir Nasri a ‘gangster’ and now he has given his opinion on Hleb.Rio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starThe Belarusian played for Arsenal from 2005-08, racking up 130 appearances in all competitions and scoring 10 goals.He went on to play for Barcelona, Stuttgart and Wolfsburg, among others, and is still playing for BATE Borisov at 37-years-old, but Szczesny believes that drinking cost him even more success.ADVERTISEMENT Alexander Hleb is still playing for Bate Borisov (Picture: AMA/Getty Images)‘He [Hleb] could have achieved more in football, he still had a great race ahead, but he liked to drink,’ the Polish goalkeeper told Foot Truck.AdvertisementAdvertisementHleb admitted in 2014 that he should not have left the Emirates when he did: ‘Of course I regret leaving Arsenal,’ Hleb told the Guardian.‘I was playing every week for one of the most exciting sides in Europe, a team which was always in the top four in the Premier League and were Champions League contenders.’ Wojciech Szczesny says Arsenal teammate’s career suffered due to drink Hleb in action for Arsenal in 2007 (Picture: AFP/Getty Images)Szczesny did not stop at Hleb in his attempts to grass up his former colleagues, also telling a story about Jack Wilshere having a few too many at his wedding.‘My best friend, alongside [Grzegorz] Krychowiak.‘At my wedding he got so drunk, we were looking for him everywhere for two hours and found him sleeping in bushes.’More: FootballChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerThe Pole is now first choice keeper at Juventus, winning Serie A and the Coppa Italia last season with the Turin giants.MORE: Jurgen Klopp reveals the reason Sadio Mane is outperforming Liverpool teammate Mohamed SalahMORE: Man Utd, Chelsea and PSG set to battle for Juventus’ Douglas Costa Phil HaighWednesday 20 Mar 2019 12:00 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link125Shares
Hive at The GapThe luxury development is proving popular with downsizers and young families, with a four-bedroom townhome in stage one starting from $689,000.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours agoPosition Property director Richard Lawrence, who is marketing the property on behalf of the developer, said there was a growing demand for modern townhomes built around design and location.“Modern townhome projects like Hive offer an extremely comfortable and low-maintenance lifestyle with plenty of living space and style but not the price tag of a detached house,” Mr Lawrence said.“We worked very closely with the developer from the outset to ensure the design, inclusions and standard of finishes at Hive would suit our target market.”Mr Lawrence said the inclusion of a fourth bedroom on the ground floor of some of the townhomes appealed to a range of buyers looking for a guest room or home office, or even a future master bedroom for owners wishing to grow old in their own home. The Hive at The GapThe developer of Hive at The Gap is preparing to launch stage two of the project, with 70 per cent of the townhomes within the first stage snapped up within months of its launch. Hive at The Gap, 10km from the city and in Brisbane’s northwest, is being developed by Lantona, and will feature 61 three and four-bedroom townhomes when completed. “The strong demand we have received to date shows that when you get the location and design right, the buyers are there,” he said.“On the strength of this demand, construction will start this year, with stage two to be released soon.” The development is opposite a nature reserve in the heart of The Gap, and is close to transport, schools, shopping and other essential services.The two and three-storey townhomes include open-plan living, generous balconies and terraces, double or triple garages and an abundance of natural light.
Senshu Maru; Image courtesy of JeraJapan’s LNG importing giant Jera stated last week that the 4,000th vessel arrived at Chita LNG terminal in Chita City.Jera said that the Senshu Maru LNG carrier, which arrived from Indonesia, was the 4,000 vessel to arrive at the terminal – utilized in tandem with Toho Gas.The terminal received its first LNG vessel in September 1977. Through the following 42 years, it has been operated without any accidents or incidents in receiving LNG vessels.The total quantity of LNG unloaded at the terminal has reached approximately 236 million tons.Chita LNG; Image courtesy of JeraIt is worth noting that the Chita LNG terminal is a facility for receiving, storing, and vaporizing imported LNG consisting of three terminals: the Chita LNG Joint Terminal, Chita LNG Terminal of Chita LNG, and Chita Midorihama Works of Toho Gas.
Sharing is caring! 15 Views no discussions Share Regional leaders pose for the official photo at the 33rd regular meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) in Castries, St Lucia. (A. Gaskin/BGIS)CASTRIES, St Lucia — Outgoing Caribbean Community (CARICOM) chairman and president of Suriname, Desi Bouterse has reiterated the call for change within the Community. In delivering his final charge as CARICOM chairman at the 33rd regular meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government in Saint Lucia on Wednesday, Bouterse, who held that chair for the past six months, insisted that the Community had to change the way it viewed itself and the way in which member states interacted with each other; dispense with old practices; leverage this season of global transformation and unite in “unwavering solidarity and determination” as the driving force of the Community. Bouterse noted that inter-regional cooperation was being tested by accelerating developments within the region. He pointed to the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development and expressed dissatisfaction with the outcomes. He was adamant that for the sake of its own development, the region had to take measures to stave off potential threats to its sustainability. Innovation and creativeness, he explained, were the tools that “we need to use in order to gear our efforts towards the potentials which we possess as a Community.” “We have to focus on our natural resources, particularly minerals, water, fertile soil, our geographical favorable position and a well educated population,” the outgoing CARICOM chairman asserted. The Suriname president also pointed to recent international summits in which he stated that the Community was “heavily challenged” but “acted as a monolithic bloc, by vehemently rejecting the strategy to divide and rule, which in the past has been applied on so many occasions.” “We have to continue on this same path because it is the only way to free ourselves from unwanted interference that only serves interests contrary to ours,” he charged. “Unity and solidarity are the real cornerstones towards our success,” he added. He also mentioned the 33-member Community of Latin America and Caribbean States (CELAC), which he stated was “a new and very important organization in the region, charged with the meaningful task of creating a strong cooperation mechanism for the countries of the Western hemisphere.” He added that CARICOM’s interest and participation in this new organization was driven by the need to safeguard the interests of their citizens. In expressing satisfaction with his stint as CARICOM chairman, Bouterse singled out several highlights of his tenure, which included the launch of the Regional Sports Academy in Suriname in March; the signing of the memorandum of understanding (MoU) in February that signaled the region’s commitment to shoulder the burden of Haiti’s reconstruction process; the creation of the framework in March for the establishment of CARICOM Enterprises; the CARICOM-Mexico Summit held in Barbados in May and the CARICOM-UNASUR High Level Youth Exchange in Suriname in June. With this, Bouterse thanked the CARICOM Secretariat, the CARICOM Secretary-General Irwin LaRocque and the members of the Bureau of Heads of Government for their positive contributions to the success of his tenure; and charged the entire Caribbean Community “to continue to have faith in their organization in its strive to realize prosperity and wellbeing and maintain long-lasting peace for all.”Caribbean News Now Tweet Share Share NewsRegional CARICOM must change, says outgoing chairman by: – July 6, 2012
“We will focus on the implementationof the K-12 basic curriculum and improve the delivery of instruction, andconduct assessment that will be the basis for the appropriate adjustment in theimplementation of the curriculum,” Bermejo said. On his first day as DepEd-Iloilodivision superintendent, Bermejo discussed with Gov. Arthur Defensor Jr.priority programs in education. The 3ID will be coordinating with thelocal police, school authorities, Department of Education, and Commission onHigher Education, said Pancito. Pancito urged to parents to monitorthe activities of their children and dissuade them from joining militant groupsthat, he said, were “legal fronts” of the NPA. Defensor, on the other hand, proposeddevelopmental initiatives, specifically remedial reading programs and theimprovement of sanitation facilities. ILOILO – The newly-installed divisionsuperintendent of the Department of Education (DepEd) in this province vowed tolook into the alleged recruitment of the Communist Party of the Philippines –New People’s Army (CPP-NPA) in schools. He asked the support of the Iloiloprovincial government. Dr. Roel Bermejo officially assumedthe post on Oct. 1. He said he has yet to receive a status report on thealleged recruitment. “We will be there to assist schoolauthorities neutralize communist rebel intrusions,” said Pancito. “There is nomilitarization of schools. This is a preventive measure. Students arevulnerable. We do not want rebels to conduct recruitment activities inschools.” He was formerly divisionsuperintendent of Capiz. He replaced Dr. Miguel Mac Aposin who was reassignedto Aklan. (PNA) “If we see no threat, we will notdeploy personnel,” he stressed. Serving the DepEd for 28 years,Bermejo used to be a classroom teacher, principal, and educational programsupervisor. In August, the Philippine Army’s 3rdInfantry Division (3ID) announced it was ready to deploy soldiers in schools tostop the NPA recruitment of students via front organizations. A “preventive measure” was how Army CaptainCenon Pancito III, 3ID spokesperson, described the planned deployment. He also clarified that not all schoolswould be posted with soldiers
“We have prepositioned 500 food packs inthe town of Barbaza; 1,100 food packs in Tobias Fornier; 500 food packs inPatnongon; and another 500 in Bugasong,” she said. SAN JOSE, Antique – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)Regional Field Unit in Western Visayas is set to start the distribution of foodpacks for families affected by the enhanced community quarantine in theprovince due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). The DSWD is also requesting localgovernment units in the province to submit their list of affected familymembers so that the department would know how many are still in need ofassistance. Moscoso added each food pack is worth P360containing four corned beef, four sardines, six coffee sachets and six kilos ofrice. She said that DSWD Regional Office 6 hasalso requested an additional P3 billion from the DSWD Central office for thefood packs in whole Western Visayas in case the prepositioned items would notbe enough. “The DSWD will be augmenting the neededfood packs of the LGUs due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine,” she said. Luna Moscoso, chief for DisasterResponse Management Division of DSWD 6, said they have already prepositioned2,600 family food packs in four towns of the province. The priority of the DSWD augmentationwill be the poor families listed on the National Household Targeting System andsecond, would be the non-poor but affected families by Covid-19, Moscoso said. She added the DSWD will just augment theLGUs which will be the first to respond in providing the needed food suppliesof their constituents under their respective calamity fund. “The food pack will last for two daysfor a family with five members,” she said. “The DSWD Regional Office 6 might not beable to sustain the needed huge amount that we have requested for additionalfunds from our central office,” she said. (With a report from PNA/PN)
L-R: front row – Bob O’Bryan and Cathy Pelsor. Back row: Brent Riehle, Tim Ripperger, Mike Biltz, Curtis Ward, Sam Schuck and Rene Stivers. (Not pictured Linda Dunn, Darrell Flaspohler and Gina Gillman (Photo courtesy of the Franklin County ObserverBrookville, In. — The Franklin County Chamber of Commerce recently recognized four local organizations for their contributions to the community at the Annual Dinner celebration.Main Street Brookville and the Town of Brookville received the “Beautification Award” for their efforts during the downtown revitalization project.L-R: Connie Gayda, Jim Lubic, Nancy Main, Michele Russell and Holly Murray of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce. (Photo courtesy of the Franklin County Observer)The “Corporate Citizen of the Year” award went to North Vernon-based Dave O’Mara Contracting. Workers from the company, led by superintendent Scotty Works completed the downtown construction work. Residents applauded Works and his crews for doing everything in their power to accommodate the needs of residents and business owners along the project.L-R: Scott Works of Dave O’Mara Contractors, Inc. and wife Magon Works, Connie Gayda of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, Nancy Main of Main Street Brookville, Inc. and Jeff Fuller of Dave O’Mara. (Photo courtesy of the Franklin County Observer)The “Small Business/Organization of the Year” went to Safe Passage, Inc. Safe Passage provides services to domestic violence victims in a 16 county area. The organization was recognized for leveraging grant money and donations to renovate their historic facility and establish a Rape Crisis Center.Mary Mattingly of Safe Passage accepted the Small Business/Organization Award from Beth Siebert of the Chamber of Commerce.(Photo courtesy of the Franklin County Observer)
In recent years the team have become used to getting their best results against higher-profile opponents while failing to put lesser teams away. The qualifying campaign for this summer’s World Cup took the pattern to extremes with just two points from four matches against Luxembourg and Azerbaijan to go alongside a home win over Russia and a draw in Portugal on the occasion of Cristiano Ronaldo’s 100th cap. Captain Steven Davis expects his Northern Ireland side to learn from the mistakes of the past by beating the Faroe Islands on Saturday. Now, having kicked off their Euro 2016 group with a 2-1 success in Hungary, Southampton midfielder Davis wants nothing less than three more points against Group F’s so called minnows. “I think we need to learn from the mistakes we have made in the past in games like this because we know we are capable of getting a result,” he said. “I think we have to be disciplined. I think in the past we have got a bit ragged and lost our way so it’s about using that experience and putting it into practice. “I don’t think it is a case of not being able to cope with it (being favourite). Players are playing at clubs where there is expectation placed on them all the time. “It is all about showing that and there is a real determination in the squad to get the three points. “It won’t be easy but if we don’t come off with three points we will feel as if we have failed and we don’t want that to happen.” Davis admitted to watching England brush aside San Marino 5-0 on Thursday night as inspiration for the task ahead, but he realises the Faroes will expect to be more competitive than that in Belfast and is not expecting a similar goal-rush. “I saw the majority of the England game and you can see at this level you will always come up against a team who are well organised,” he said. “We expect the Faroes to be disciplined and I’m sure they will see this as an opportunity to get something as well, judging by their past results against some of the smaller nations. “We aren’t good enough to get carried away. We know our limitations and we know how we need to play and the effort we need to put in to get results, no matter who that is against. We need to be at it every game and get a bit of luck along the way.” Press Association
New Delhi: The All India Football Federation on Thursday started a #FitWithIndianFootball campaign which will see the star players of the country spread awareness about how to keep fit during the widespread quarantine.As part of the campaign the different stars of Indian football, right from the Indian Senior Mens and Womens Team to Indian Arrows to Indian U-17 Womens World Cup squad to all age group national team players will be displaying and explaining to fans several training regime using a football.There is a lot in store for the fans who have the chance of winning national team merchandises if they emulate and post their videos on social media handles using the #FitWithIndianFootball.In the first episode, former India captain and talismanic striker Bhaichung Bhutia urged all the fans to follow the government guidelines and stay indoors. “On behalf of the entire football fraternity and the All India Football Federation, I would request everyone to stay at home. Stay safe, stay healthy, and stay positive,” Bhutia urged.The video also featured Sunil Chhetri, Dangmei Grace and Indian U-17 Women’s Cup World Cup probable Aveka Singh.India striker Jeje Lalpekhlua believes that for him ‘it is a pleasure’ to give something back to the fans.“Fitness is a part of our daily lives. But for the fans it has become extremely important to maintain fitness while staying indoors during the quarantine period. As a part of the Indian football community, it is a pleasure to show everyone how to keep fit indoors,” said the Mizo Sniper. “I urge all fans to be a part of the movement as we strive to build a fit India.”Besides Jeje, future episodes will feature the likes of Sandesh Jhingan, Ashalata Devi, Amarjit Singh, Aditi Chauhan, and several others. IANSAlso read: No one around the world knows when will football resume: FIFA boss Gianni InfantinoAlso Watch: Quick Shoppe in Guwahati takes precautionary measures against the spread of Coronavirus
April 30, 2020 NCAA board recommends delaying change to transfer waiverUNDATED (AP) — The NCAA Board of Governors has recommended delaying a change to the transfer waiver process that would permit all athletes to switch schools once without sitting out a season.The NCAA announced the board’s recommendation Thursday after several days of meetings, but added the Division I council could still a vote on making the waiver change in May and have it go into effect immediately.Currently, NCAA rules require football, baseball, men’s hockey and men’s and women’s basketball players to sit out a season after transferring. Athletes in all other sports are allowed by rule a one-time exception so they can play right away after switching schools.A change to the waiver was recommended by a working group in February that would mirror the one-time exception, and go into effect this year. That was before college sports were shut down and thrown into disarray by the coronavirus pandemic.,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Wake Forest has hired East Tennessee State’s Steve Forbes as its men’s basketball coach.The school announced the hiring Thursday following a search that concluded less than a week after the school fired Danny Manning.Forbes is coming off a five-year run with ETSU that ended with a 30-win season and the Southern Conference Tournament championship before the NCAA Tournament was canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic. He went 130-43 in his time with the Buccaneers, winning at least 24 games each year while also winning the league tournament in 2017 to reach the NCAA Tournament.The school in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, will hold a virtual news conference with Forbes on Friday.NCAA-TRANSFER WAIVER NASCAR’s revised schedule goes only through May and has a pair of Wednesday Cup races, fulfilling fans’ longtime plea for midweek events.The first race is scheduled for Darlington, NASCAR’s oldest superspeedway, followed by a second race at the 70-year-old, egg-shaped oval track three days later. Charlotte Motor Speedway will then host the Coca-Cola 600 on May 24 to mark 60 consecutive years the longest race on the NASCAR schedule will be held on Memorial Day weekend. The track in Concord, outside NASCAR’s home base of Charlotte, will then host a Wednesday race three days later. There will also be lower-tier Xfinity and Trucks series races at the two tracks.The North Carolina governor has said the the Charlotte races can be held as long as health conditions in the area do not deteriorate.In other developments related to the coronavirus pandemic:— This year’s Little League World Series and the championship tournaments in six other Little League divisions have been canceled. Little League President Stephen Keener announced the cancellations Thursday from league headquarters in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. He said it would be “impossible” to hold the events amid ongoing restrictions on large gatherings and travel. The Little League World Series has been held every August since 1947 and has never been canceled. Next year was to be the 75th playing of the tournament. That milestone has been pushed back to 2022. The annual major league game in Williamsport, which this year was to feature the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles on Aug. 23, has also been canceled. — Red Sox fans can have their messages posted on the center field scoreboard at Fenway Park, even though the ballpark is closed. For a $50 donation to the team’s charity, fans can have a message posted on the 40-by-100-foot video board in center. For $100, they can have a message and a picture. The team will take a picture and send a photo of the scoreboard bearing the message. The money will go to the Red Sox Foundation, which has been maintaining operations and programming during the coronavirus crisis to ensure consistent and necessary support and resources to hundreds of other non-profits.— The Dodgers will soon give fans an account credit for home games scheduled in March and April. The team hasn’t announced any plans for fans who have tickets to games later in the season. Dodger Stadium is set to host the All-Star Game in July. Officially, it has not been canceled, which the team noted in its information for fans.— The Falmouth Road Race will go on as an “At-Home Edition.” The 48th edition of the seven-mile run that usually winds along the Cape Cod seashore in Massachusetts will instead have participants running 7 miles in their own neighborhoods at some point in a two-week period at the end of August. The race was originally scheduled for Aug. 16, but the Town of Falmouth has implemented a “no large event” policy through the end of August because of the coronavirus pandemic. Race organizers are buying $25,000 in gift cards to local businesses to hand out randomly to participants.— The New York Racing Association is seeking to resume live racing at Belmont Park without fans, and it wants to do the same thing this summer at Saratoga Race Course. NYRA says returning to racing would “provide a small sense of normalcy for fans across the country who can watch on television and online.” There has been no live racing in New York since March 15, although training has continued at Belmont Park. NYRA says thoroughbred racing provides $3 billion in annual economic impact and over 19,000 jobs in the state.— Churchill Downs will open stables at the track and training center in phases starting May 11 before races are run during its spring meet without spectators. The historic track postponed the Kentucky Derby last month from May 2 to Sept. 5 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It will mark the first time since 1945 horse racing’s marquee event will not run on the first Saturday in May. The stables closed since Dec. 31 for winter renovations and their reopening been being delayed several times. Update on the latest sports — German chancellor Angela Merkel (AHN’-geh-lah MEHR’-kuhl) says a decision on whether the country’s soccer league can resume has been pushed back to next Wednesday. Soccer authorities had been hoping to receive the go-ahead to resume league games without fans as early as May 9. Merkel met with the country’s 16 state governors and warned there is still a danger that numbers of COVID-19 infections could rise if strict containment measures are relaxed too soon.— British boxing’s governing body says it hopes fights can be staged from July. The British Boxing Board of Control says events would likely be held without fans initially and with an emphasis on “minimal numbers” of officials and broadcast personnel. Anyone at the events will have to have been in pre-fight quarantine and had tests for COVID-19. There will initially be a maximum of five contests in a show.— The inaugural season of “The Hundred” has been postponed for a year after English cricket leaders conceded the task of delivering their glossy and controversial competition during a pandemic was too difficult. The month-long competition was scheduled to start on July 17.—The Diamond League track meet in Lausanne, Switzerland, won’t happen as scheduled on Aug. 20. Organizers say they are now looking at “alternative options and formats that could still be considered in order to offer athletes the possibility to compete.” Switzerland’s government has prohibited gatherings of more than 1,000 people until the end of August.NFL-NEWS Associated Press Chiefs use 5th-year option on Mahomes, work on long-term dealUNDATED (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs exercised their fifth-year option on Patrick Mahomes Thursday, ensuring their star quarterback will be under contract for at least the next two seasons.But general manager Brett Veach and coach Andy Reid are hoping to reach a long-term deal with the Super Bowl MVP by the start of training camp, one that could last four or five years and make the third-year pro the first player in NFL history to make at least $40 million per season.Teams are allowed to use a fifth-year option on players selected in the first round of the NFL draft. If the Chiefs are unable to sign Mahomes to a long-term deal, he would be due a base salary of $25 million for the 2021 season.In other NFL news: — The Bengals have released quarterback Andy Dalton, clearing the way for Joe Burrow to lead a team that remade itself in the draft. Dalton set several Bengals passing records in his nine seasons and led the Bengals to a club-record five straight playoff berths, but Cincinnati lost in the first round every time. Coach Zac Taylor benched Dalton for three games last season, an indication his time in Cincinnati was finished. The Bengals drafted Burrow, the Heisman Trophy winner, first overall last week.— The New York Giants have picked up the fifth-year options for tight end Evan Engram and safety Jabrill Peppers. The pair of moves extends the players’ rookie contracts through the 2021 season. Engram has made 25 starts and 34 appearances overall in three seasons. The Mississippi product has 153 receptions for 1,766 yards and 12 touchdowns. Peppers was acquired in March of last year in the trade that sent Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns.— NFL Players Association President JC Tretter is calling for a re-examination of a portion of the labor agreement with the league affecting disability coverage for former players. Tretter, a center with the Cleveland Browns, succeeded Eric Winston as union president earlier this year. Tretter wants the NFLPA’s executive board and the leadership of former players to come together to discuss some offsets in the collective bargaining agreement narrowly approved by the players in March. The language the overall union membership voted on is not the same as what wound up in the deal that runs through the 2030 season.COLLEGE BASKETBALL-WAKE FOREST-FORBESWake Forest turns to ETSU’s Forbes as men’s basketball coach Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SPORTSNASCAR to resume season May 17 without spectatorsUNDATED (AP) — NASCAR has announced it will resume its season without fans present starting May 17 at Darlington Raceway in South Carolina. The premier Cup Series will then race three more times in a 10-day span, with one more at Darlington and then two at the track outside Charlotte, North Carolina.
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