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10 months agoLeeds to double their money with Samuel Saiz Getafe move

first_imgTagsTransfersAbout the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Leeds to double their money with Samuel Saiz Getafe moveby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLeeds United will make a tidy sum on the departure of Samuel Saiz to Getafe.The Mirror says they will pocket over £6million from Saiz’s move to Getafe.Leeds have allowed the unsettled Saiz to return home to Spain to join Getafe on loan from January 1 with a view to making the move permanent in the summer.It is understood they will receive a loan fee of close to £500,000 plus £5.8million when the transfer becomes permanent.Saiz, 27, cost Leeds around £3million from Huesca in July 2017 and had two-and-a-half years on his current deal. last_img read more

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a month agoNapoli captain Insigne snaps back at reporters after Cagliari defeat

first_imgNapoli captain Insigne snaps back at reporters after Cagliari defeatby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveNapoli captain Lorenzo Insigne snapped back at reporters after defeat to Cagliari.A late Lucas Castro header proved the winner.Sky Sport Italia pundit Giancarlo Marocchi angered Insigne when suggesting they played with the intensity of a pre-season friendly.“I find that offensive, especially from a former player, to suggest that we didn’t give our all out there,” replied Insigne.“You can criticise our results, but I will not stand for claims we gave less than 100 per cent today.” About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

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Video: Marshall Football Is Fired Up After Its Win Over Purdue

first_imgMarshall players fired up in the locker room after win over Purdue.Instagram/@fleebandzMarshall is coming off of a fantastic 13-1 2014 season, while Purdue struggled to a 3-9 record. Today’s game at Marshall was not expected to be a highlight of the opening weekend of college football, but it was the only Sunday game, and fans were treated to a pretty exciting affair. In the end, the game was bookended by two pick-sixes for Marshall’s Tiquan Lang on the first play from scrimmage and with 1:20 remaining in the fourth, and the Thundering Herd won the game 41-31. Purdue isn’t the sexiest Big Ten win a team can get, but Marshall is going to celebrate anyway, and rightfully so. The team was pretty pumped in the locker room after the game, based on this video posted by wide receiver Deon-Tay McManus. Big 10 what ain’t no pressure with them herd boyz A video posted by Blessed (@fleebandz) on Sep 6, 2015 at 4:05pm PDT Purdue was the only power conference game on the schedule for Marshall, which travels to Ohio next weekend.last_img read more

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Norman Rockwells 3 sons seek to halt sale of his artworks

first_imgBOSTON – Norman Rockwell’s three sons were among several people who went to court on Friday seeking to halt a museum’s plans to sell 40 works of art, including two by him.A complaint seeking a temporary restraining order filed in Berkshire Superior Court alleges the board of trustees at the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield contracted with Sotheby’s for a public auction of the works before it announced its plans publicly, acted in breach of its fiduciary duties and trust and acted without legal authority to sell the art.The planned sale is against Massachusetts laws establishing the museum, which requires the museum to maintain any gifts it receives “for the people of Berkshire County and the general public,” the complaint says.“Once sold, it is highly unlikely that any of the pieces will remain in Berkshire County or in a public institution where they can be seen and enjoyed,” the complaint says.Besides Thomas, Jarvis and Peter Rockwell, the plaintiffs include two local artists and several members of the museum. They are represented by the Boston law firm Foley Hoag LLP.The museum has consistently stood by its decision to sell the art.“We believe we have strong legal grounds for our deaccessioning and we are confident in our new vision plan which will allow this important local museum to continue to contribute to the educational and cultural life of this region for another century,” trustees president Elizabeth McGraw said in a statement on Friday.The museum came under intense national and local criticism after it announced in July that is was auctioning the art.The American Alliance of Museums and the Association of Art Museum Directors said in a joint statement that the sale violated a sacred museum rule that collections are not to be sold to pay bills.The works for sale include Rockwell’s “Shaftsbury Blacksmith Shop” and “Shuffleton’s Barbershop,” both of which the illustrator gave as gifts to the museum when he lived in nearby Stockbridge. Works by Alexander Calder, Albert Bierstadt and George Henry Durrie also are on the auction block.Museum trustees and officials say the museum is in dire financial straits and may close for good if it doesn’t sell the works. They say it is hoped that the sale will raise as much as $60 million, which will be used to boost the endowment by $40 million, with the other $20 million being used to renovate the museum as it changes its mission to focus more on natural history and science.The complaint says the museum’s financial troubles are greatly exaggerated.last_img read more

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Fort St John RCMP investigate theft from local auction yard

first_imgItem 1:2012 Polaris Razor 900Black in colour with yellow/green markingsItem 2:Sony 450w Mini HI-FI Component System #LBT-DJ2iThe Fort St. John RCMP continue to investigate and are asking anyone who has information in this matter to contact them at 250-787-8100 or CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John RCMP received a report of a theft that occurred on September 7 from the Short Busche Auction yard.According to RCMP, the theft occurred sometime between September 6, at 8:00 p.m. and September 7, at 9:00 a.m.The items are described as:last_img read more

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MP Congs chowkidar chor hai campaign banned by poll body

first_imgBhopal: The Election Commission (EC) Thursday banned the Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee’s audio and video poll campaign which uses the phrase ‘chowkidar chor hai’ following objections from the BJP.The Congress said it would request the EC to review its decision, as the campaign did not name any person. As per an EC spokesperson, state’s Joint Chief Electoral Officer Rajesh Kaul’s order said that the campaign, titled ‘chowkidar chor hai’, was being banned as the EC’s media certification and scrutiny committee decided to revoke the permission granted to it on April 5. The BJP had complained to the poll authorities that the campaign used objectionable language against ‘chowkidar’, which referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Congress president Rahul Gandhi has been using the phrase ‘chowkidar chor hai’ (the watchman is thief) to target Modi over the Rafale fighter aircraft deal. Modi, earlier, had termed himself as nation’s ‘chowkidar’ or watchman.last_img read more

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Model Code of Conduct dulls down Tagores birth anniversary celebrations at Mongpu

first_imgDarjeeling: The Model Code of Conduct eclipsed the celebration of Tagore’s birth anniversary at Mongpu in Darjeeling district this year, as the bard’s 158th birth anniversary was observed on a low key.Though the ministers were not present, the participation of the local community was overwhelming. Even the commemorations had the local flavour that Tagore had adored. Mongpu, situated 33 km from Darjeeling town, was a favourite destination of the bard. He visited the place in 1938 on May 21 and stayed till June. In 1939, he stayed there from May 14 till June 17 to return again on September 12 to stay till the first week of November. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaIn 1940, he arrived on April 21 and his birthday was also celebrated there, that year. This was his last visit as he fell ill and had to return to Kolkata. Tagore had written several memorable works during his stay at the hill retreat, including Chelebela, Nobojatok, Sesh Kotha, Bangla Bhashar Porichoy, Mongpu, Giribas, Sanai, Akash Prodip and Jonmodin. In Mongpu, Tagore used to stay in the house of Manmohan Sen (Husband of Maitreyi Devi), who was the chief chemist of the cinchona plantation. In 1944, this house was converted into a ‘Rabindra Smrity Bhavan.’ Later in 2009, the building was renovated and converted into a ‘Rabindra Museum.’ Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayThe museum displays artifacts used by Tagore including pastels as well as homeopathy medicines. Manuscripts and paintings are also on display. Officials of the district administration garlanded the statue of the bard located on the premises of the museum. People from all walks of life also paid respects to Tagore on his birth anniversary. Owing to the ongoing elections and the Model Code of Conduct being in effect, the celebrations were toned down this time, stated officials of the district administration. Local artistes of the Bhutia Development Board and Gurung Development Board presented local dances like Singhi dance (lion dance by the Bhutia community).last_img read more

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Gabi hopes final will not be Griezmanns last game for Atletico

first_imgAtletico Madrid captain Gabi is hoping that tonight’s Europa League final against Marseille will not be Antoine Griezmann’s last game for the clubThe French forward has been strongly linked with a move to Barcelona in the summer and is looking increasingly likely to end his four-year association with Atletico.Since arriving from Real Sociedad in 2014 for the then-Champions League finalists, Griezmann has yet to win any silverware at the club.Tonight’s final in Lyon will be his first chance at finally ending that drought with Atletico aiming to win a record-equalling third Europa League crown.While acknowledging that a player of Griezmann’s calibre will always want to win, Gabi remains hopeful that he will remain at the Spanish capital.“We’ve been talking on Antoine [Griezmann] the whole year,” said the Spaniard, according to SportsKeeda.Gerard Pique, Neymar, BarcelonaLa Liga Betting: Match-day 4 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Despite it being very early into La Liga season, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have had unprecedented starts to their campaigns. With this in…“He is fine.“I see him very good, physically very good, focused in this game because it is very important for him to win a title.“With his level, he just wants to win titles. I wish it won’t be his last final with Atletico. Because we need him, and he knows that we all want him to stay.”After turning down a move to Manchester United last summer, Griezmann initially struggled to hit top form this season.But since January, he has put doubts over his uncertain future to one side and has now netted an impressive 27 goals in 47 appearances for Atletico this term.last_img read more

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Smalling reveals hes frustrated with only a draw against Arsenal

first_imgManchester United defender Chris Smalling has revealed his disappointment over the team’s 2-2 draw with Arsenal on Wednesday.Speaking to MUTV after the game, Smalling revealed his frustrations that United couldn’t win the game.“I think we’re frustrated. We took the initiative in both halves – especially in the second half,” he said.“We were on the front foot and put them on the back foot. I thought maybe our aggression and intensity deserved another goal.”Speaking about the team’s pressing style of play, he said:Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedLiverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“Yeah, it was. We knew that they take risks from the back, that we’d be presented chances, and we knew that if we got after them we’d make it uncomfortable for them, and I felt like they were pretty uncomfortable for most of the night.”On United’s habit of conceding the first goal first, Smalling said:“Yeah. I think their first was a scrappy goal and, yeah, we were on the back foot again, but this team never gives up and you can see that.”Speaking on the intensity of the game, he said:“It was, and it really ramped up in that second half. It was quite end-to-end. You could see how much three points meant to both of us, so we were going for it. If we can bring that intensity to each game, it really lifts the crowd, because you could see how much they were vibing off it.”last_img read more

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Bhattacharya says India had an unfortunate day

first_imgThe India national team lost 2-0 against the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in their second match of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.After winning 4-1 against Thailand in their first match on the 2019 AFC Asian Cup, many thought India would qualify to the next round without a problem.But today the Indian national team failed to win against the United Arab Emirates (UAE), losing at the end 2-0.“We were unfortunate today. We wasted silly chances and we had to pay for it. We created more chances than UAE and yet we lost the game,” India goalkeeper Atanu Bhattacharya told Goal.AIFF wants to change the face of Indian football Manuel R. Medina – August 7, 2019 The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is working closely with FIFA in order to fix the state of football in the country that has two first division football leagues.“We had scored from those chances on previous occasions but we failed today. (Sunil) Chhetri missed two chances, Ashique (Kuruniyan) also a couple. Then (Sandesh) Jhingan’s header went wide by a few yards.”“The strikers should have been more clinical. India started well but I felt the thrust went missing in the second half,” he added.“It was not Chhetri’s day. He had converted these chances on numerous occasions. He jumped well between two defenders and credit must be given to the keeper as well for that save (in the first half).”last_img read more

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