Manchester United scouts poised to watch Erling Haaland again as the chase for teenage Molde striker becomes heated, according to Daily Mail.The-17-year-old striker continues to impress scouts since breaking into the club’s first team as United keep a very keen eye on him.Haaland scored four goals against Bergen last week as Manchester United scout Tommy Moller Nielsen watched with a keen interest.Molde come up against Valerenga this Sunday with lots of scouts expected to be in attendance. The teenage son of former Manchester City and Leeds United midfielder Alf-Inge Haaland who born in Leeds has appeared for the Molde first team 13 times so far scoring six goals.Premier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…Over a dozen clubs have now been drawn to the talent of the 17-year-old striker with Jose Mourinho’s United current leading the pack of Wolves interested in snapping up the striker.Molde would be hoping the teenage sensation is not distracted with all the interest so far and that he focuses all attention on playing for the team and not impressing the scouts.If the 17-year-old Erling decides to move to England he’ll be following in the footsteps of his dad, Alf-Inge Haaland who spent time with Leeds and Manchester City.
The Clarets coach is not happy about the field in the Karaiskakis Stadium but believes his team can get a win in Greek landFor Burnley coach Sean Dyche his team has history in the UEFA Europa League.Just this season the team has already beat Scottish Premiership club Aberdeen and Turkis Super Lig side Istanbul Basaksehir.And now, they will play against 44-time Greek champions Olympiakos.The field at the Karaiskakis Stadium is not in the best condition, but Dyche has decided to focus on other things.Match Preview: Burnley vs Liverpool Boro Tanchev – August 30, 2019 Premier League leaders Liverpool travel to Burnley for the Matchday 4 of the 2019-20 Premier League campaign.“We’ve had a tough time of it really,” said the Burnley boss to the club’s official website.“There was a lot of noise with the so-called ‘Battle of Britain’ and then Istanbul were very technical.”“This is the prestige of the tournament. Olympiakos have got history here and a deep knowledge of European football and that’s slightly in their favor,” he said.“But we’ve got a freshness to take these challenges on. You want to play teams that challenge you and we take on every game to win and we’ve got that kind of mentality.”“These competitions are to be respected and whatever team we put out tomorrow I expect them to go out and deliver a performance, as we did against the Turkish side,” he added.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery insists his team must improve the defensive aspect of their game following their UEFA Europa League victory over Vorskla Poltava.The Gunners defeated the Ukrainian team 4-2, thanks to goals from Mesut Ozil, Danny Welbeck and a brace from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.But Emery insists the team still have a lot to improve on defensively.He said, according to FootballLondon:“I think the team progressed well in the 90 minutes but when you are 4-0 (up) – I want to continue being competitive in the match and going forward to score more goals and not conceding like today.”“For us it is very important starting this competition with a victory, also with our supporters, and giving chances to many players to find the pieces, and also confidence, like for example with Aubameyang – he scored two times – and also for other players.”Merson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.“Today we are happy first, but it is clear we need to continue to improve things, and our disappointment is clear – the two goals.”It was a good night for Aubameyang, who looked sharp throughout.The striker told reporters: “I think we played well in the first half and the beginning of the second as well. We scored four goals.”“We have to improve and try to fight, and not concede a goal like we did in the last minute.”
The British publication, FourFourTwo, have broadcasted the words of Spain national team head coach Luis Enrique concerning Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodri.According to the former Barcelona manager, the 22-year-old hotshot has all characteristics to become a ‘new Sergio Busquets.’Although Rodri is yet to establish himself as a regular starter at the Estadio Wanda Metropolitano following his summer’s arrival from Villarreal, Enrique seems to be a huge fan of the prosperous youngster.“I have already spoken about their similarities,” he told a news conference.“It’s not good to give too much praise and he is very young, but Rodri comes across as very professional and prepared mentally.“He can reach Busquets’ level and maybe surpass it. Who knows what limits he has?”Robert Moreno says he would step aside if Luis Enrique asks him Manuel R. Medina – September 3, 2019 The Spanish national team manager, Robert Moreno, took the job after Luis Enrique stepped down because his nine-year-old daughter passed away after a bone tumor.Rodri will be better than Barcelona icon Busquets – Luis Enrique https://t.co/ohoDJdkoz2 pic.twitter.com/VRS5qnE5za— Goal Nigeria (@GoalcomNigeria) October 4, 2018Now it’s up to the Rodri to give his answer on the field, but a comparison with a figure such as Busquets can only be flattering.The highly-rated midfielder will in the Spain squad for the matches against Wales and England along with Busquets, as well as, his two Atletico companions, Saul Niguez and Koke.
The current Southampton manager is happy and hopes to end 2018 with a high note as they take on Manchester CitySouthampton FC will host Manchester City tomorrow afternoon in the last match of 2018 in the English Premier League.And for coach Ralph Hasenhüttl, he is proud of managing Oriol Romeu, who has been playing very good lately.“I think he’s absolutely a fighter,” said Hasenhüttl to the club’s official website.Solskjaer slams Man United’s draw: “We should have won” Andrew Smyth – August 31, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was left to rue another missed opportunity as Manchester United were held to a 1-1 draw against 10-man Southampton.“He’s a guy who played very well the last two games and I think he deserved to lead this squad on the pitch.”“It wasn’t so easy a game for him, but I know what a fighter I have in his person,” he added.“In terms of his football and mentality he is a good guy, he wins a lot of balls and that is important in my game, so he is an important player for me.”“He is an important player for our team, because he is captain and I think he is a very smart player who knows exactly what we demand of his position, and he showed that he can help us a lot in this position, and I am looking forward to him coming back,” Hasenhüttl concluded.
A minute’s silence will be observed at all Champions League and Europa League matches this week to pay tribute to Emiliano Sala, according to UEFA.Sala, 28, died on January 21 after the plane he was travelling in from Nantes to Cardiff lost contact with air traffic control and crashed into the English channel. The pilot, David Ibbotson, is still missing.Sala’s body was eventually identified on February 7 after being recovered from the underwater wreckage last week and brought to shore.“On behalf of everyone at UEFA, I would like to express my sincerest condolences to the family and loved ones of Emiliano Sala for their loss,” said UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin.“I am deeply saddened that his life was so cruelly taken away at such a young age and I urge supporters across the continent to pay their respects to his memory over the coming days.”Sergio Ramos would love a fifth Champions League trophy Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 According to Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, winning a fifth European trophy with his club would be crazy, but he wants to do it before retiring.As a mark of respect to the life of Emiliano Sala, a minute’s silence will be held at all @ChampionsLeague and @EuropaLeague matches this week.https://t.co/Fc1RgO4TC4— UEFA (@UEFA) February 12, 2019Clubs competing in UEFA competition matches this week will also have the option to wear black armbands in memory of Sala, who was born in Argentina but played a large portion of his professional career in France.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Hospital overflowing, chaos, damage and dead bodies in Gros-Morne Haiti TCI on Alert as riots rage in Haiti, two-year president asked to resign Related Items:earthquake, haiti Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Providenciales, 09 Jan 2015 – Monday January 12 marks the fifth anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti where it is believed as many as 300,000 people lost their lives, one and a half million people were left homeless and thousands of buildings in the capital, Port Au Prince including 23% of schools were destroyed in the 7.0 magnitude quake. Around $13.4 billion dollars was pledged in aide; not all of it was received. CNN is reporting that Haiti received just over 380 million dollars from international pledges up to last year March; that is less than 3% of what was pledged. Recommended for you Bi-lateral talks with Bahamas to resume, UK gives green light to high-level TCI delegation
TCI Country Leaders condemn vicious memes Only Doug and Ralph and Ruth can fit, that’s why Recommended for you Related Items:national convention, Pdm Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 21 May 2015 – Residents not in rally mode as yet it appears as reports reaching Magnetic Media are that turn out at the PDM public meeting last night was not strong. The Party promised to lay out major national issues at the meeting at its headquarters in down town Providenciales ahead of its 40th anniversary National Convention and as the country braces for general elections in 2016. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp TCI Premier blasts Opposition side for “slop” information, sets it straight in HOA
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 17 Aug 2015 – Four year old Galmo Cordero Daniel Williams Jr was laid to rest in a terribly heart wrenching ceremony this weekend, officiated on Saturday by Rev Bradley Handfield at Community Fellowship Center. The little boy is believed to have shot himself with a pistol in the family home on July 26, 2015. He was buried in The Bight. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Conrad Howell to be laid to rest this weekend Historic gathering as Assemblies of God conference begins in Provo Recommended for you Samantha Williams-Glinton laid to rest on Saturday Related Items:bradley handfield, Galmo Cordero Daniel Williams Jr, laid
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppThe now defunct Sports Commission was horribly managed and this forced its shut down. During recent Public Accounts Committee meetings at Parliament, it was exposed in an audit report that hardly any record was kept of monies going out of the coffers of the entity which was set up as a statutory body, with Alvin Parker as its Director. In 2009-2010, there were 662 transactions but 312 totaling over $123,000 were without proper documentation; by the next year, 2010-2011 the same continued and there were 228 of 605 transactions undocumented adding up to over $234,000; and in 2011 to 2012 again, more of the same as the transactions not documented were 28 and they totaled, over $173,000. The recommendations exposed that while the TCI Sports Commission was certainly operating way out of the bounds of a responsible organization; no one was watching or noticing which allowed the risky practices to continue for at least three years. Blank cheques were left signed, almost $50,000 reimbursed to the suspended Director, conflicts of interest where Parker’s business partner allegedly also got money from the Commission, where payment was made for things the Sports Commission did not receive; disorder when it comes to security staff logging hours, without a system the audit exposed that anyone could claim any amount of hours and inflate time actually worked and scrutiny was sorely lacking for this publicly funded body. Related Items: Alvin Parker is on administrative leave during this situation and though the Commission has been dismantled, he continues to receive a salary from TCIG and others have been absorbed in a new entity managing sports, back under the Ministry of Education.The erratic financial management decisions at the TCI Sports Commission were exposed in an audit and includes findings where staff was loaned money, but there was no reporting on the loans; where reimbursements were made for claims without receipts and other reasonable evidence that personal money was spent and needed to be paid back and missing documents including no budgets, no bank reconciliation statements and no register of fixed assets. Parker has already been found culpable by a special tribunal, Magnetic Media has learned, but he has appealed the case which charges him with mismanaging public funds to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Related Items:#1milliondollardrugbustinAndros, #magneticmedianews, #MarsBaydrugbust Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, May 22, 2017 – Andros – A major drug bust in Andros by Police after information led officers in a search of an area in Mars Bay. Not only were two men found at the scene where the stash was hidden in bushes, but over a million dollars in drugs was uncovered. Police report that it was over one thousand pounds of marijuana packaged in 44 nylon sacks, 19 small bags and a suit case. The find and arrested happened Thursday May 18.#MagneticMediaNews#MarsBaydrugbust#1milliondollardrugbustinAndros
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, June 26th 2017: You have just got to buckle your children up or ensure that they are fastened securely into a car seat, else what happened to a mother on Saturday evening on John F Kennedy Drive could also happen to you.The woman and mother in that Saturday evening collision is in serious condition, but her baby girl is dead. Police say the child was fully ejected from the Nissan Teana after somehow the mother lost control of the vehicle, and the child, not strapped in by car seat or seat belt was thrown through the front windshield and pronounced dead on the scene.ASP Craig Stubbs, Officer in Charge of the Traffic Division, who said: “The car flipped over three times. We are still not sure how the accident happened. For some reason, the cars made an impact while travelling in the same direction, which caused the woman’s vehicle to flip over. It crossed the median and ended up on the eastbound lane, unfortunately the child died on the scene. We just want to encourage parents, if you are travelling with kids under the age of five, even if you are going a short distance to have them in a car seat or strapped in the back seat of the car. Failure to do this will result in what we saw on Saturday. So often we see parents driving with kids standing up in the vehicle or playing in the front seat, with no car seat or seat belt, but we are clamping down on these persons.”The male driver of the gray Mazda, suffered no injuries. #MagneticMediaNews Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde hailed Lionel Messi’s competitive spirit as his finest assetSince debuting against Jose Mourinho’s FC Porto in November 2003, Messi has become regarded as one of the greatest of all time with five Ballon d’Ors and a record 573 goals in 657 games for Barcelona.Aside from that, Messi has also won 32 titles at Camp Nou and is still going strong at the age of 31 with a league-best of 15 goals and 10 assists in just 15 games in La Liga.The Argentine forward was named as Barcelona captain at the start of this season following Andres Iniesta’s departure and appears to have settled into the role well.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“What I’d most highlight about Leo Messi is his huge sense of responsibility for the team. It shows in every game in every competition,” Valverde told BarcaTV.“What he does is not only difficult, but he does it again and again … That takes enormous mental strength.“I have never known anyone with such an amazing competitive spirit.”Messi and Barcelona will return to action on Sunday away to Getafe in La Liga where they will hope to collect a win and maintain their three-point lead over second-place Atletico Madrid.
KUSI Newsroom, Posted: June 1, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Suspects barge into Ocean Beach home, leave empty handed June 1, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Two men forced their way into an Ocean Beach residence, pushing a 69-year-old woman to the ground and ransacking her dwelling before leaving empty-handed, police said today.The home-invasion robbery happened about 11:20 p.m. Thursday in the 4900 block of West Point Loma Boulevard when the would-be robbers knocked on the victim’s front door, San Diego police Officer Robert Heims said. The woman started to open the door when the suspects pushed their way through, knocking her to the ground.“The suspects went through the victim’s cabinets and then fled out the front door in an unknown direction,” Heims said, adding that the men apparently did not take anything from the home.It was not known if the victim was injured.Both suspects were described as thin, roughly 6-foot tall black men in their early 20s with short hair and wearing black sweat suits. Robbery detectives were sent to the home to investigate the incident. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
KUSI Newsroom Suspect in custody for pulling out knife in Ocean Beach Subway KUSI Newsroom, Posted: September 22, 2018 September 22, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — Police Saturday took a man into custody after he allegedly brandished a knife and threatened employees in an Ocean Beach sandwich shop, an officer said.Officer John Buttle said police were called to a Subway store at 1916 Cable St. shortly before 5 p.m.The unidentified man said “hundreds of people were threatening him,” Buttle said.It was unclear whether anyone was injured or what charges the man would face. Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
Categories: California News, Local San Diego News, National & International News, Politics FacebookTwitter AP Pentagon sends nearly 4,000 troops to the Southwest border February 3, 2019 AP, WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon said Sunday it will send 3,750 more troops to the U.S.-Mexico border to put up another 150 miles of concertina wire and provide other support for Customs and Border Protection.The additions will bring the total number of active-duty troops on the border to 4,350.The announcement is in line with what Acting Defense Secretary Pat Shanahan had said on Tuesday when he provided estimates for the next phase of a military mission that has grown in size and length. Critics have derided it as a political ploy by the White House as President Donald Trump seeks billions to build a border wall.Shanahan said on Tuesday that several thousand more troops would be sent mainly to install additional wire barriers and provide a large new system of mobile surveillance and monitoring of the border area. Sunday’s announcement said the mobile surveillance mission would last through Sept. 30.Members of Congress have question whether the border mission is distracting troops from their main work of fighting extremists abroad and training for combat. The first active-duty troops were sent to the border on about Oct. 30 for a mission that was to end Dec. 15. It has since been extended twice.“What impact does it have to readiness to send several thousand troops down to the Southern border? It interrupts their training. It interrupts their dwell time,” Rep. Adam Smith, D-Wash., chairman of the House Armed Services Committee said at a hearing on Tuesday.Vice Adm. Mike Gilday, the director of operations for the Joint Staff, told the panel that he does not believe military readiness has been significantly affected. He said some units have missed training opportunities because of the deployment and others have seen less time at home between deployments than the military likes to provide.But he said there is an effort to rotate service members in and out of the mission every six to eight weeks in order to minimize any impact. Posted: February 3, 2019
The American Soybean Association and DuPont are seeking nominees for the 2002 ASA/DuPont Young Leader Program. The Young Leader Program is recognized throughout the soybean industry for its long-standing tradition of identifying and cultivating excellent leaders who now play an integral role in the promotion of agriculture and the success of the soybean industry.The ASA/DuPont Young Leader Program targets soybean farmers who are innovative, assertive, “young in leadership” and looking to make their mark in agriculture. Now entering its 19th year, the program has a tremendous record of success. Hundreds of program alumni have assumed significant leadership responsibilities in state and national soybean associations and promotion boards as well as national, regional and state agricultural organizations, including Farm Bureau, NCGA and more. Nearly all are making a difference in agriculture by ensuring that the voice of the American farmer is being heard!”Changes in agriculture are happening at such a rapid rate that farming today is different than just a year ago,” said Tony Anderson, Chairman of ASA. “While soybean producers face many challenges, they also have tremendous opportunity to contribute to the global economy. If we are to continue to be successful, we must seek out and nurture new leadership that will help guide agriculture into the new millennium. The ASA/DuPont Young Leader Program makes it possible for us to find the exceptional leaders who will work hard to keep our industry strong.”According to Rob Dittmer, Sales Manager – Pioneer, A DuPont Company, “Pioneer and DuPont believe that agriculture needs strong, informed leadership at every level: locally, statewide and nationally. This program helps identify farmers that go on to leadership positions in state and national trade associations. We are proud of the ASA/DuPont Young Leader tradition and are excited to once again be involved with the program.”The 2002 class of the ASA/DuPont Young Leaders and their spouses will participate in a challenging and educational leadership experience February 18-22, 2002 in Nashville, Tennessee. This seminar will include leadership and issues training, and provide an opportunity for participants to meet and learn from other Young Leaders from around the country. The class will also take part in the Commodity Classic, February 21- 23 2002, which will round out a full week of learning, networking and personal growth. Participants will travel to St. Louis, Missouri to complete their training November 25-28, 2002.Nomination forms for the 2002 ASA/DuPont Young Leader Program are being mailed to all ASA members, and can also be requested by calling (800) 688-7692. The forms are also available on SoyGrowers.com. Soybean producers are encouraged to apply or nominate another producer who would be an excellent candidate for the program. Nominations should be returned to ASA by Friday, October 26, 2000, at which time they will be forwarded to the appropriate state soybean association. Each nominee will be asked to complete a one-page application form. One Young Leader will be selected from each of ASA’s state affiliates.
Thanks Senator Harkin for LeadershipThe American Soybean Association (ASA) congratulates Senator Blanche Lincoln (D-AR) as the new Chair of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry. Senator Lincoln is the first woman and the first Arkansan to serve as Chair in the 184-year history of the Committee. ASA also thanks Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) for his leadership of the Senate Agriculture Committee. Senator Harkin will remain an active member of the Agriculture Committee, but had to relinquish his position to become Chair of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, following the death of Senator Edward Kennedy.”Senator Lincoln has been a champion of a strong rural economy as key to our Nation’s prosperity,” said Ted Glaub, ASA Board member and a soybean producer from Jonesboro, Arkansas. “ASA and soybean producers have worked very closely with Senator Lincoln on farm program and trade issues, biodiesel legislation, conservation programs, food aid, and a host of other priorities important to Arkansas and American soybean farmers. She really cares about the issues facing farmers, and has been an effective and tireless advocate on our behalf. Senator Lincoln is sometimes referred to as the “Energizer Bunny” because she works so hard on issues of importance to rural America and our state. She will be an effective Chair of the Senate Ag Committee, and we look forward to continuing to work closely with her,” Glaub concluded.ASA also recognized Senator Tom Harkin for his leadership of the Agriculture Committee. “Tom Harkin has been a true friend of soybean farmers and American agriculture,” said ASA Chairman John Hoffman, a soybean producer from Waterloo, Iowa. “He led the Committee in crafting both the 2002 and 2008 farm bills, expanding voluntary conservation programs, supporting the expansion of renewable fuels, increasing food aid and market development, and a host of other efforts important to soybean farmers and all Americans. ASA is pleased that Senator Harkin will remain an active member of the Senate Ag Committee and we look forward to continuing to work closely with him,” concluded Hoffman.Senator Lincoln has been a member of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry since she was elected to the Senate in 1998. Senator Harkin has served on the Committee since he joined the Senate in 1985.
CASTLE ROCK — The so-called Pearl route through Oregon won’t be resurrected as a possible alternative route for a proposed new high-voltage transmission line along Interstate 5, Bonneville Power Administration officials said in Castle Rock on Monday night.The overhead towers would need to be at least 400 feet high and a hazard to aircraft to cross the Columbia River west of Longview. A new line would be too close to an existing BPA line, making both lines vulnerable to outages. Also, the towers would be located near sensitive wildlife habitats and be visible to more people, BPA officials said.“Adding another option, such as a route to Pearl … would only delay the project and add to the number of people that are in limbo,” project manager Mark Korsness told a group of about 200 people at Castle Rock Elementary School.The BPA held the first of four public meetings Monday night about its proposal to build a new 500-kilovolt line from Castle Rock to Troutdale, Ore. BPA, the Pacific Northwest’s largest power marketer, plans to build two new substations at both ends of the line, which would run almost exclusively through Cowlitz and Clark counties.BPA officials dropped the Pearl route in 2009 and never introduced it as an alternative. Now, Cowlitz and Clark county commissioners are urging the federal agency to reconsider the western route, or at least hold a public meeting devoted to the reasons why not.