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Chelsea and Man United can forget about signing Pogba in January, says agent

first_img Paul Pogba 1 Chelsea and Manchester United target Paul Pogba will not be moving anywhere in January, according to the player’s agent.The Frenchman has impressed for Juventus once again this season and Europe’s big clubs are circling.Chelsea and United both want to lure the midfielder to England, while Barcelona and Bayern Munich are keen too.But Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, has revealed that his client will be going nowhere during the upcoming transfer window.“Pogba is no longer a surprise,” Raiola told Mediaset.“He’s not a youngster just being discovered. A player with his talent is known to everybody. There have been offers for him, and they’re still there.“Last summer he decided to stay another year at Juve, and he kept his word. We’re not preoccupied with thoughts of his future, we’re thinking about that.“Paul is a lad who decides with his heart, and at the moment he’s focused on Juventus. I can categorically rule out a move in January.“In the future we’ll see, we’ll talk at the end of July.”last_img read more

BAHAMAS BAIC Made Donation to the Exuma Farmers Association

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items: Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, December 5, 2017 – Exuma – Executives of BAIC made a donation to the Exuma Farmers Association at the Fish and Farm Store, Produce Exchange, Potter’s Cay Dock on Friday, December 1, 2017.Pictured from left: Gaylord Ingraham, BAIC Assistant General Manager; Troy Sampson, BAIC General Manager; Miriam Emmanuel, BAIC Chairman; Patrick Dwyer, Exuma Farmers Association and Vermon Lockhart, Store Manager, Fish and Farm Store.(BIS Photos/Letisha Henderson)last_img

Former Aston Villa player recalls relentlessly negative youth coach MacDonald

first_imgGareth Farrelly, who played at Aston Villa in the ’90s, is now an attorney at law and recalls the abuse players were subjected to under coach Kevin MacDonald.Gareth Farrelly, 43, touched on his time under coach Kevin MacDonald, the Aston Villa youth coach suspended over these new “bullying” claims. Farrelly says the time he spent at Villa was a “relentlessly negative” regime under MacDonald.“It was a culture of verbal and physical bullying, but there were no checks and balances; he operated with impunity. It was like a dark shadow came over,” Farrelly told the Guardian.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“He would say: ‘You think you’re a f***ing player? You’re not a f***ing player. You’ve got f***ing no chance.’ He would be calling players ‘c**ts’ all the time; crazy stuff when you think about the role of responsibility he operated in.”“In training, it wasn’t unusual for people to end up squaring up to him, games would have to be stopped. It became normal. People were lucky not to have their legs broken. Every day you’d go into work, put your boots on, and think: ‘Here it comes again’. It took a huge toll.”last_img read more

US 7th Fleet units complete first advanced training

first_img Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter April 8, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Posted: April 8, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The US Navy recently held their first Forward Deployed Naval Forces, Surface Warfare Advanced Tactical Training exercise.Warfare Tactics Instructor Lt. Cmdr. Rich Ray joined Good Morning San Diego to talk more about the exercise and the mission of the training. center_img Updated: 1:33 PM KUSI Newsroom U.S. 7th Fleet units complete first advanced traininglast_img read more

Dogecoins Climbs as First US Bitcoin Swap Gets Approval

first_imgA nine-month-old dogecoin, a cryptocurrency has been soaring recently and touched its highest value since May, on Saturday. This has lead to the speculation that investors pump money into the cryptocurrencies to artificially inflate its price and later sell it off for a profit. Another factor that may have led to the increase in the price of dogecoin is switching the virtual currency to auxiliary proof of work (AUXPoW) or merge mining. This will allow investors to transact currency by providing an additional security to the decentralised network, according to coindesk.The sudden boost has driven market cap of dogecoin to $91 million eventually and around $40 million in one week, reported CoinDesk.However, experts opine that this boost is short-lived.”What’s happening now is a lot of investors are buying in because they see dogecoin as an attractive investment,” said a member of sub-reddit registered in the name of such_investor.US Approves Bitcoin Swap:A derivatives exchange has become the first to receive approval from US Federal Regulator on Friday as TeraExchange got approved from the Commodities Future Trading platform.This would allow investors to switch over to digital currency under the approval of US Federal reserve.Christian Martin, Tera Exchange’s CEO told Wall Street Journal: “A robust price index also helps the growing bitcoin trading community to accurately mark-to-market positions while establishing trust and stability in this growing global marketplace.”last_img read more

After Controversial Comments EPA Administrator Makes No Mention Of Climate Change At

first_img 00:00 /01:07 Florian MartinEPA Administrator Scott Pruitt addresses attendants of CERAWeek at the Hilton Americas in downtown Houston.In a live interview from Houston Thursday morning, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said the science wasn’t settled on man-made climate change:“No, I would not agree that (carbon dioxide) is a primary contributor to the global warming that we see,” he told Joe Kernen at CNBC’s Squawk Box.Pruitt is at odds with scientific evidence presented by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, among others.He made no mention of CO2 during a luncheon event at CERAWeek.Instead, he spoke about his agenda for the EPA, outlining how it will be different from when it was led by the Obama administration.“For the last several years, we have adopted a mindset that you can’t be pro-energy and pro-environment, that if you’re pro-environment, you’re anti-energy,” he said. “And that’s just simply a narrative that I utterly reject.”To achieve his goal, Pruitt said the EPA will do less suing and more taking public comments before making new rules.He also wants to eliminate what he calls “regulatory uncertainty” and give more power to the states when it comes to environmental regulations.When Pruitt was Oklahoma’s attorney general, he took legal action against the EPA more than a dozen times for what he saw as regulatory overreach. Share Listen X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code:last_img read more

NAACP Honors Veterans and Activists at Annual Freedom Fund

first_imgCouncil members Sharon Green-Middleton, William Welch, Tessa Hill-Aston, NAACP president and Councilman Nick Mosby. (Photos by Anderson Ward)More than 500 people gathered together for the Baltimore City NAACP Annual Freedom Fund Banquet, Nov. 7, at Martin’s West. The banquet is the largest fundraiser held by the organization each year.The evening kicked off with the President’s Reception for honorees, Baltimore NAACP Board Members, special guests and corporate sponsors.The Master of Ceremonies was Elder Anthony McCarthy, host of The Anthony McCarthy Show on public radio WEAA 88.9 FM.“Each year this event gets better and better and we really appreciate the support we get from our Executive Board, members and corporate sponsors,” said President Tessa Hill-Aston.  “But this banquet is also about honoring the extraordinary work done by men and women on behalf of equality, justice and fairness,” she added.The 2014 Baltimore City NAACP honorees were Helen Dale, longtime community and women’s rights advocate; Marshall Klein, owner of ShopRite; Del. Jill Carter, District 41 of the Maryland General Assembly; Carlton Gordon, member of the Baltimore City NAACP Executive Board; Lance Lucas, Technology Business Leader and community advocate; and Patricia Frazier, longtime minority business advocate.Howard Henderson, CEO, GBUL; Michelle Brown and Rev. Jerome Stephens. (Photos by Anderson Ward)A special tribute was also paid to and 2014 Baltimore City NAACP Awards were given to several veteran leaders; past Maryland Department Commander Leroy E. Thornton; Command Sergeant Major (Ret.) Wilson J. Thornton Jr.; and Earl William Nesbitt, well-known and longtime veterans advocate was honored posthumously.A special message came from Vice President Adrian Muldrow calling those in attendance to action.Baltimore City State’s Attorney-elect Marilyn Mosby delivered a rousing key note speech that had everyone on their feet with her “I am a byproduct of the history and work of the NAACP.” She said, “We have accomplished much but there remains much to be done and we need to be members, supporters and partners with the Baltimore City NAACP.”President Hill-Aston said she couldn’t have been more pleased with the turn out and the whole banquet. “There was so much energy in the room and many people were congratulating us on securing the 2017 National NAACP Convention for Baltimore. We spend the bulk of the year working on very serious and important issues. It was good to relax, sit back and have a good time for a great cause,” she said.Among the dignitaries present were Rep. John Sarbanes, the Rev. Jerome Stephens with Sen. Ben Cardin’s Office and Michele Brown, representing Sen. Barbara Mikulski.  In addition to honoree, Del. Carter, Del. Nathaniel Oaks also represented the Maryland legislature. Additional guests included Judge Sylvester Cox, Baltimore City Circuit Court and Lt. Col. Melvin Russell,  Baltimore City Police Department and City Council members Sharon Middleton, Nick Mosby and William Welch.last_img read more