Promoted Content10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?Top 10 Most Romantic Nations In The World7 Of The Wealthiest Universities In The World8 Things You Didn’t Know About CoffeeWho Earns More Than Ronaldo?Beautiful Mutations: 15 Staggering Photos Of Heterochromia10 Hyper-Realistic 3D Street Art By OdeithBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadePlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your Body11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopWho Earns More Than Ronaldo? Barcelona are focusing their scouting efforts on players who are out of contract or who have a year remaining on their current deals, in order to cut costs.Advertisement The details are outlined by a report in ESPN – joint written by Moises Llorens and Sam Marsden, who both cover the club – which claims that the Blaugrana’s economic situation and cut costs are ensuring they must refine their transfer strategy. The coronavirus outbreak has brought sport across the world to a halt with Spanish football suspended indefinitely – meaning that all clubs have no income from matchdays or, for the elite clubs, their museums.A Barcelona statement on Monday confirmed that the senior squad had agreed to a wage reduction of over 70% until the resumption of football due to the impact the pandemic was having on the club’s income streams.Inter striker Lautaro Martinez and the club’s former star Neymar, now at Paris Saint-Germain, are said to be prime targets for the club this year but the fresh report casts doubt on their spending power.Club president Josep Maria Bartomeu said in an interview with Diario Sport this week: “I do not want to discuss names, but we will be in a position to make transfers for players that we want to sign.“We are the most profitable club in world football and we can sign the players that we want at this club.“The club are not in danger. We have other sources of income aside from ticket sales and TV rights, as we have football schools and the club museum.“It is true that the state of emergency impacts us more than other clubs, but it also means we can react quicker when it is over to make money.Read Also: Barcelona facing €100M loss amid Covid 19 outbreak“In February we were ahead of our ambitious projections for making money, as we continue to be the highest earning football club in the world – so now it is about how we react.“We predict that this transfer market will have a lot less money because of the (coronavirus) pandemic, but there will still be a lot of moves and I predict player exchange deals.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading…
Iloilo City Fire Station and BFP Regional Office 6 temporarily closed for disinfection. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PN He said over a hundred BFP personnel were exposed to Patient 144. “I am a preparing a complaint,” said Treñas. That same day, Patient 144 cut short her quarantine at the hotel where she was initially taken. She proceeded to the BFP regional office. Treñas said he had to seek help from the Department of Interior and Local Government Region 6 and Police Regional Office 6. The now Patient 144 was taken to the St. Therese-MTCC Hospital, one of the city government’s identified quarantine facilities. * These personnel must submit themselves to contact tracing procedures. Yesterday Mayor Jerry Treñas issued Executive Order No. 91, Series of 2020 placing the two BFP offices under extreme ECQ. BY IME SORNITO and RUBY SILUBRICO ILOILO City – The regional and city offices of the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) on Macario Peralta Street here were placed on a three-day extreme enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) beginning yesterday. A personnel of BFP-Iloilo City tested positive for the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Where was Patient 144 between 4 p.m. and 9 p.m.? Thus, said the city’s chief executive, he would be filing a complaint against the regional office led by Senior Superintendent Roderick Aguto. It would be submitted to the Western Visayas inter-agency task force on COVID-19 and the national task force./PN * The Iloilo City COVID-19 Task Force shall extract specimens from these personnel for testing. This 26-year-old female personnel, who had a history of travel to Cebu City, was immediately placed on quarantine, said Chief Inspector Melanie Habawel, city fire marshal. According to the mayor, the city government team was given a runaround for hours on Sunday right after the RT-PCR test result was released at around 4 p.m. On June 6, the personnel underwent reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test. The result was released just this June 13 around 4 p.m. Substations of the BFP in various districts of the city have been put on alert. For the time being, they would be the ones to respond to fire calls. The three-day extreme ECQ would end on June 20 at 11:59 p.m. unless extended. During this period: After the RT-PCR test result was released on Sunday, June 13, it was when Patient 144 was taken to the St. Therese-MTCC Hospital. * All BFP regional office and city office personnel on active duty from June 9 onward shall be on 14-day quarantine (home or facility-based). * The BFP regional and Iloilo City offices should be decontaminated. But getting the patient to the hospital was not as easy as it seemed, revealed Mayor Treñas. He criticized BFP-6 for not acting soon enough to turn over the patient to the city government team tasked to bring her to the hospital. According to Fire Inspector Mary Angelie Bolocon, public information officer of BFP Region 6, Patient 144 was subjected to both rapid test and RT-PCR on the same day, June 6, but the result of the rapid test was released much earlier, on June 9. It was already around 9 p.m. when BFP was able to produce Patient 144, said Treñas. “For those who have transactions with our office, we could not accommodate you for now,” said Habawel. The fire bureau personnel got stranded in Cebu due to the community quarantine there. She managed to return to Iloilo City only on June 5 and was brought to a downtown hotel for the required 14-day quarantine.
The decision to bring the Open Championship back to Northern Ireland was influenced by overwhelming evidence of the region’s huge appetite for golf, organisers the R&A has revealed. He also made clear he had no security concerns about bringing the tournament to Northern Ireland during its oft-volatile marching season. Referring to numerous recent reports predicting the move, Dawson joked that the announcement was “just about the world’s worst kept secret”. “We couldn’t be more excited about bringing the Open back here to one of the world’s truly great links courses and we have every confidence that Royal Portrush will prove to be an excellent venue in absolutely every way,” he said. “Golf enjoys passionate support in Northern Ireland and indeed throughout Ireland, and we expect there will be huge interest in the championship from the many thousands of golf fans here.” Joining Stormont’s political leaders at the clubhouse at Royal Portrush, which this week is hosting the Amateur Championship, Dawson added: “This a wonderful golf course which will challenge the world’s top golfers. “It’s been more than 60 years since the Open was played here and it’s been too long and we are very, very excited about it coming back.” The spectacular course on the scenic Causeway coast last staged the Open in 1951 – the only time it has been played outside England and Scotland. The major could now return to Portrush as early as 2019. Press Association Mr Dawson said the date would only be confirmed once the necessary approvals to undertake the course changes were obtained. “There are planned course enhancements and infrastructure development which will require ratification by the club’s members and by the planning authorities, and so we will not be able to announce a date for the first event until these permissions are in place. “2019 is the earliest it can be but it maybe that we have to wait a year or two longer than that.” Golf fans in Northern Ireland have long held an aspiration that one day the tournament would return but only in recent years had that ambition started to look realistic. Four major championship victories by local superstars Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell and Darren Clarke between 2010 and 2012 added a real impetus to the campaign to bring the championship back, with all three lobbying on behalf of the course. Dawson joked that the “badgering” by the famous trio was not the deciding factor. “I don’t think their badgering had any great influence, although we had the craic, as they say, about it several times,” he said. “I think their performances, however, on the golf course and the staging of the Irish Open here was something of an eye opener in terms of just the strength of the fan base for golf in Northern Ireland and Ireland altogether. “I think that certainly was part of it, as well as the wonderful golf course here and the great support and welcome we have been receiving from the Northern Ireland Executive and the club. So it’s a lot of things coming together.” While the R&A initially expressed concerns on whether Portrush had the infrastructure required to stage a major championship, those doubts were largely set aside by the successful staging of the Irish Open. Massive crowds that braved the rain and descended on Portrush from across Northern Ireland and beyond two years ago made it the first ever sell-out of a regular European Tour event. During past decades of violence in Northern Ireland, hosting the Open would have been unthinkable. While the peace process has transformed the region, sporadic public disorder still has a tendency to flare in mid-July, the week before the Open slot, as a result of loyal order parading disputes around the traditional ‘Twelfth of July’ commemorations. In recent years trouble has been confined to small parts of Belfast – more than 50 miles from Portrush. Mr Dawson said the R&A would not have decided to return to Portrush if it had any security concerns. “The history here has caused some reputational damage here over time, I think everyone knows that, but we are very happy that that’s in the past,” he said. “Like every other Open venue we work closely with the police, we take strong advice on security matters and behave accordingly, and it is obviously a prime motivation for us to make sure that the championship is conducted safely for everyone concerned and we will be continuing to work with police here as we do everywhere else to that end. “Other than that I have nothing to say about it – if we thought there was a security problem here we wouldn’t be making this announcement.” The R&A envisage Royal Portrush hosting the tournament on a regular basis in the future. The Northern Ireland Executive has ploughed millions of pounds into efforts to bring high-profile sporting events to the region, most recently £4million to host the start of the Giro d’Italia cycling race in May. But helping to secure the return of the Open will undoubtedly be regarded as the power-sharing administration’s biggest coup yet in terms of attracting sporting showpieces. Both the Executive and R&A confirmed they would be investing millions to get Portrush up to scratch for the Open. But they insisted the return on the investment would far eclipse that initial outlay, with each hosting of the tournament estimated to generate £70million for the local economy. Stormont’s First Minister Peter Robinson said landing the Open was tangible proof of the progress Northern Ireland had made since the dark days of the Troubles. “We are a society that is being transformed,” he said. “This provides people with the knowledge this is what peace and stability looks like. From an Executive point of view this just wouldn’t have happened, these men wouldn’t have dreamed of coming here 20 years ago. “This shows the new Northern Ireland, a confident Northern Ireland in a new era and this provides people with the hope of what normality looks like.” Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness hailed the announcement as “out of this world”. “I think the changes that have happened, the political and security transformation of recent years has certainly sent a very powerful message to the world and to the R&A about our ability to handle these sorts of amazing occasions,” he said. Confirming that Royal Portrush has been added to the Open rota, with 2019 a potential date for its long-awaited return to major golf, R&A chief executive Peter Dawson cited the record-breaking attendance at the 2012 Irish Open at the venue as both an “eye opener” and “tipping point” when it came to deliberations about taking the tournament across the Irish sea for only the second time in its history Dawson said the vision became a reality when architects confirmed that a partial course redesign, required to accommodate the Open’s infrastructure demands, was workable.
“It was a pleasure coming here. I think all the members are proud of themselves for assisting in this project, I think it was a great experience as well….”, the words of Golden Jaguars’ striker, Vurlon Mills, who was among six team members assisting in the construction of a house being built by Habitat For Humanity Guyana Inc. (HFHGY)The partnership between the Guyana Football Federation (GFF), via the Golden Jaguars, and HFHGY saw the team members, last Saturday, assisting in the laying of boards for the floor of the house owned by Ms. Lynette Cambridge at Farm, East Bank Demerara.The work was supervised by the on-site contractor and HFHGY’s staff,including Nakasi Fortune, Volunteer Programme Assistant.The collaboration, the first of its kind with HFHGY, is part of the public relations programme being pursued by the GFF as a lead-up to the 3rd round matches of the Scotia Bank-CFU 2016 Caribbean Men’s Cup Championship scheduled for Suriname (Oct 8) and the Leonora Stadium, Guyana (Oct 11).The other team members who participated in the HFHGY partnership were Andrew Nestor, Cash London, Pernel Schultz, Colin Nelson and Daniel Wilson.Habitat for Humanity mobilizes local leadership and resources to help people access decent and affordable homes. Typically, volunteers and home partners work together to build or renovate houses. In this process, Habitat forgoes making a profit on loans through interest, putting value instead on meeting human needs.The Golden Jaguars will today journey to the mining town where they will be featured in a caravan in the Town after which they will head to the Mackenzie Sports Club ground for a light training session. Today’s activity kicks off at 16:30 hrs and all are invited to meet and interact with the players and also watch them train.
Liam Kearns side came out on top by a single point in a thrilling game against Derry at Kingspan Breffni Park in Cavan.The game ebbed and flowed throughout – Tipp were 5 points up with around 10 minutes to go only to 2 points down in time added on having conceded 1-4 without reply.However late points from Portroe’s Kevin O’Halloran – who also got Tipp’s goal – and a brace from Ballyporeens Conor Sweeney saw Tipp edge the win by a single point 1-21 to 2-17 The Premier will now face Galway in the All Ireland quarter final in Croke Park next Sunday….while the hurlers are in the All Ireland semi-finals…..so Tipp now very much a dual county!!Meanwhile Clare are also through the last 8 of the senior football championship thanks to their 2-12 to 1-9 victory over Roscommon – the Banner will face Kerry in Croke Park.
COMMENT Associated Press Television News WATCH US LIVE Real Salt Lake and Utah Royals owner Dell Loy Hansen has come under criticism for comments he made on a local radio show after RSL players protested racial injustice by not taking the field for a match.“It’s like someone stabbed you and then you’re trying to figure out a way to pull the knife out and move forward. That’s what it feels like. The disrespect was profound to me personally,” Hansen said Thursday morning on the show “Radio From Hell.”Hansen also suggested the matter might discourage his investment in the teams.The comments came after Real Salt Lake, Hansen’s Major League Soccer club, and LAFC decided not to play their match at Rio Tinto Stadium on Wednesday. It was one of five MLS matches called off as athletes reacted to the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.Hansen’s comments drew swift rebukes.MLS Commissioner Don Garber issued a statement that said: “I appreciate Dell Loy Hansen’s efforts to build the sport of soccer in Utah. His commitment to MLS, the NWSL and the USL, as well as the game at the youth level, has been significant. However, I strongly disagree with the comments he made today and the way they were expressed. They do not reflect the views of MLS.”The Utah Royals, part of the National Women’s Soccer League, had recently played in the league’s Challenge Cup tournament, which took place on team property in Utah.NWSL Commissioner Lisa Baird also issued a statement.“Dell Loy Hansen’s remarks regarding player protests are in conflict with the values of the NWSL,” Baird said. “Black Live Matter, racism in this country is real, and we must continue the critically important work of addressing racial injustice in our country.”The scheduled MLS match at Rio Tinto on Wednesday was the first to include fans, although at a reduced capacity of about 5,000. Hansen suggested on the radio show that he would not be allowing fans at the games in the future, and would cut as many as 50 jobs as a result.Former RSL and U.S. national team goalkeeper Nick Rimando was among those who also criticized Hansen.“Wow just wow! I can’t even right now. @realsaltlake locker room, fans, and front office that stand for equality, human rights, and the fight against racism I applaud you. I am disgusted by DLH comments. This is more than a game,” Rimando wrote on Twitter.Hansen addressed his own comments later in the day on a radio station he owns, ESPN700, saying he had since looked more closely at the issue and apologized if fans thought his statement meant he did not care about the movement to end social injustice.Image credits: AP Written By First Published: 28th August, 2020 06:32 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US Last Updated: 28th August, 2020 06:32 IST RSL, Utah Royals Owner Faces Backlash For Comments Real Salt Lake and Utah Royals owner Dell Loy Hansen has come under criticism for comments he made on a local radio show after RSL players protested racial injustice by not taking the field for a match LIVE TV FOLLOW US
Chelsea avoided a major upset as they came from behind to overcome a brave Reading at Stamford Bridge.A Frank Lampard penalty put the home side ahead before Pavel Pogrebnyak’s steered header levelled matters.Blues keeper Petr Cech fumbled a Danny Guthrie free-kick into his own net to gift Reading a shock lead. Gary Cahill’s shot hauled Chelsea level and, after Fernando Torres tapped in when he appeared offside, Branislav Ivanovic got a fourth for the Blues.In such an enthralling and absorbing game, it was a shame that what appears to be a mistake by the linesman for Torres’s goal played such a crucial role in the eventual result, and undid so much of Reading’s good work.The Royals were on the verge of a famous upset against the European champions for much of the game and, while there was an element of fortune for Chelsea, they will see it as reward for their pressure and perseverance. And, although the victory moved them to the top of the Premier League for the first time since November 2010, there was little sign of what was to come early on when Chelsea had a classy and authoritative air about their play.They had Reading rocking and, if Ramires had squared the ball to an unmarked Torres rather than go for a left-foot shot which was saved, Chelsea might have been ahead sooner. Torres epitomised the confidence oozing through the home side when he nutmegged Jem Karacan and ghosted past a defender before his shot was diverted wide by centre-back Alex Pearce.The goal Chelsea had threatened to produce finally came when the speed and subtlety of Eden Hazard’s footwork mesmerised Chris Gunter into bringing the Belgian down.Lampard smashed in the resulting penalty but, rather than Chelsea going on to overwhelm the Royals, the home side were stunned by Reading’s fightback. Width was the visitors’ strength and, when Garath McCleary drilled in a cross, Pogrebnyak’s expert header to the far post was beyond Cech’s reach.The equaliser helped the visitors grow in stature and, if Cech had little chance with Reading’s opener, he was at fault for their second.Chelsea skipper John Terry cynically fouled Jobi McAnuff and Guthrie’s low, driven free-kick was spilled by a sprawling Cech into his own net.Reading were showing no respect or reverence to their more illustrious hosts and a rattled home outfit might have gone further behind had an unmarked Pearce managed to get on the end of Ian Harte’s diagonal free-kick. Hazard, who had two assists on his Premier League debut in the win over Wigan, has adapted quickly to the top-flight and he set up Torres for a chance the Spaniard headed disappointingly wide. Reading were holding their own but, as Chelsea exerted more pressure, the visitors eventually succumbed, although Adam Federici will feel he should have had stronger hands to palm Cahill’s 25-yard shot wide.Chelsea’s passing and probing helped them engineer a lead with a third goal when Ashley Cole slid the ball across for Torres to sidefoot in, although there was more than a hint of offside about his position.Ivanovic’s effort came when he was set up for an easy finish by Hazard with Royals keeper Federici stranded after going up to the Chelsea end for a corner as the visitors searched for an injury-time equaliser.Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo:“It was a very entertaining game for the supporters. We started very well, certainly until they equalised which knocked us back a bit. “We kept them under pressure and luckily got the equaliser which galvanised us and we kept going forward.“I’ve not seen the replay [of the Torres goal]. I looked at the linesman straight away and he gave the goal.“We are very pleased with six points after two games.”
The best BH tennis player Damir Dzumhur will play against Argentinian Nicolas Kicker in the first round of Roland Garros.Dzumhur is currently on the 96th place, and his opponent will be a twenty-four-year-old Kicker, who is on the 94th place on the ATP list.It will be their first encounter on a single tournament, and the winner will play better against the match between thirty-one-year-old Spanish Champion Pablo Cuevas (23rd ATP).(Source: klix)
Submitted to Sumner Newscow â€” Todayâ€™s Wellington High School bulletin for Monday, Feb. 2, 2015:MondayTuesdayâ€¢ Basketball at Buhler, 6 p.m.Wednesdayâ€¢ Jostens Sophomore Class Ring, 2:30 p.m.Thursdayâ€¢ Regional Scholarsâ€™ Bowl.Fridayâ€¢ Homecoming Basketball at Wellington vsÂ Augusta.â€¢ Wrestling at Rose Hill 11 a.m.Saturdayâ€¢ ACTâ€¢ Wrestling at Rose Hill 10 a.m.â€¢ JV Wrestling at Wichita South 9 a.m.Tuesday lunch: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes/gravy, tossed salad w/romaine, applesauce, hot roll/jelly.Wednesday lunch: Soft chicken taco, tortilla chips/salsa, refried beans, corn, peaches.Todayâ€™s News*Boys C team basketball will be out at 2:15. They will be marked activity.*If you participated in the ASVAB Career Exploration Program, a representative will be hereÂ Wednesday, Feb. 4thÂ to discuss your results.Â Meet in room 107 atÂ 8 am.Â This will last approximately 1 hour.*You can sign-up out-of-town dates in the office until Thursday after school for the Homecoming dance.*Work Ethic Session #4 isÂ Wednesday at 11:30 amÂ in the FACS room! Â Bank of Commerce will be our presenter.*Students: You will need a Student ID to get in to the Homecoming dance. Please sign-up in the office if you need a new one, or are a new student and have not received one. If you do not bring your Student ID the night of the dance, you will be charged $5.00 for a new one. IDâ€™s will be made on Thursday, so please plan ahead.* WHS Juniors: Looking at obtaining a degree in education? Applications are being accepted for the 26th annual Kansas Future Teacher Academy. It will be held on the campus of Emporia State University fromÂ Sunday, June 7 to Thursday, June 11th. If you’d like more information, see Mrs. Hatfield in the counselor’s office. *The WHS Madrigals and Mixed Ensemble are doing singing Valengrams this year on the 13th. The Valengrams will be sold during lunch today so find a choir member for more information. *Spirit Week is this week and the theme is Crusaders Blast from the Past.Tomorrow will be Disco FeverThursday will be 80â€™s BandsFriday will be Crusaders through the decades *There will be a Sophomore Class Ring Meeting tomorrow @ 2:30 in the Auditorium. *There will be a box outside of Ms. Vaughnâ€™s room to put song suggestions in for the homecoming dance- feel free to stop by.