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first_imgAfter the positive of Daniele Rugani due to coronavirus and with all the staff in quarantine, the Juventus He has set to work to try to solve one of the issues in the medium term that matters most to the fans: the continuity of Cristiano Ronaldo.The Portuguese, who is serving quarantine in Madeira, He has a contract until 2022 and despite his 35 years of age, his performance continues to be unbeatable. He has scored 25 goals in 32 official matches this year, in addition to providing four goal passes. Since December 1, in the A series, has scored in all matches except against Brescia (was not called) and the last against Inter de Milan. A scoring streak of eleven consecutive games watching the door is something that is within the reach of very few forwards (he is third in the fight for the Golden Boot), and in Italy they don’t want to lose an asset as important as he is. A series* Data updated as of March 15, 2020 Tuttosport explain what his idea is to extend his contract for two more years, so he would disassociate himself from the Vecchia Signora at age 39 provided both parties agreed. At this point, the player would weigh more the results than his salary when deciding. He currently charges 31 million euros per season, But as they say in the Italian environment, Cristiano is not a guy who usually leaves things halfway.At the same time that they would try to renew the Portuguese crack, They would try to find a nine under the age of 30 that would guarantee the continuity of the goal when it is gone. They talk about Timo werner (RB Leipzig), Harry Kane (Tottenham), Garbiel Jesús (Manchester City) and Mauro Icardi (PSG) as possible targets. They emphasize that it would not be a replacement, but a complement that would facilitate the task for seven, accustomed to playing at the tip since his arrival at Turin. In this way, the plan is to put a reinforcement on the side to convince him that if he continues two more years, he will be able to add titles to his showcases while maintaining his level until the last moment.center_img 7last_img read more

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first_imgShortly before the winter of 98, his return to Porto was planned, after going to play there with Real Madrid. “We came to play a Champions League match in Porto and speaking with President Pinto da Costa he asked me if I wanted to return. I did not look back. There were people at Real Madrid who told me not to go out, that we were going to be champions of Europe, as then happened, but I left because I could not reject the offer of Porto. I was in time to win the League five times, “he said.The Portuguese played just 17 games for Real Madrid throughout his brief journey as a white player. In Porto, he added many more titles to his achievements in addition to the League with Real Madrid: six Portuguese Leagues, five Cups, one UEFA Cup and three national Super Cups.Nowadays, Carlos Secretary is coach of the US Creteil-Lusitanos of the French Championnat National, equivalent to the Second Spanish B. Before the stoppage due to coronavirus, the Parisian club occupied half of the table with 35 points, 13 of the head and 11 of the promotion slots. “All of this happened after the Euro Cup in England. My representative called me to go to Lisbon because we had to make a contract with a club but I did not know what it was and suddenly saw that it was Real Madrid. When I was going to sign for them, Vítor Baía called me and told me about Barcelona. Bobby Robson was there and he wanted me to go too. But I had already committed to Real Madrid. Maybe it would have been better for my career to have gone to Barça, because there I had the support of my teammates but, that day, I was already signing for Real and I couldn’t reject it. Things did not go well, but we ended up winning LaLiga. The following year, after leaving in winter, Real Madrid was champion of Europe “, he assured the one who was a white winger in the TV program ‘FC Porto em casa’. Carlos Secretary was one of Fabio Capello’s requests to Lorenzo Sanz for Real Madrid. The Italian wanted to reform the squad with a reinforcement on the right side and looked at the Portuguese, then a Porto player and starter in the Portuguese team.The Secretary’s journey was not as successful as they expected and now, the former madridista admits in an interview in his country that Vitor Baía tried to take him to Barça and that in perspective, he may have chosen poorly and should have been inclined to dress in blaugrana.last_img read more

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first_img787 earthquakes recorded in 24 hours due to restive Taal Volcano Biado, runner up in the 2015 WPA 10-Ball World Championship, pocketed his biggest achievement yet after giving the country something to be proud of in the prestigious global competition of non-Olympic sports.He overshadowed the feat of Dennis Orcollo, who brought home the first medal from the Games by ending up with the bronze in men’s 9-ball during the 2014 edition in Cali, Columbia.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’In the semifinals, Biado downed Japan’s Oi Naoyuki, 11-7, to arrange the finale with Shaw, an 11-6 winner over Taipei’s Ko Pin-Yi in the other semis pairing.While Orcollo celebrated the achievement, Chezka Centeno tumbled out of the medal podium following a 9-3 defeat at the hands of China’s Han Yu during their playoff for the bronze. LeBron James scores 31 points, Lakers beat Rockets End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend McGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC return ‘I’m out!’: PewDiePie releases last video before taking break from YouTube Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ Indian national gunned down in Camarines Sur LATEST STORIES Marcosian mode: Duterte threatens to arrest water execs ‘one night’ View comments Cue artist Carlo Biado struck the first gold medal for the Philippines in the history of the World Games.The 33-year-old ruled the 9-ball men’s pool finals Saturday at the expense of Great Britain’s Jayson Shaw, 11-7, in the ongoing quadrennial World Games in Wroclaw, Poland.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ Kawhi Leonard, Clippers rally to beat Pelicans Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. The 18-year-old from Zamboanga City who won the women’s 9-ball gold in the 2015 World Games held in Shanghai, China dropped a 6-9 decision to China’s Chen Siming earlier in the semifinals.Biado, who briefly ranked No.1 in the world two years ago, and the seventh-ranked Centeno formed part of the eight players from Asia who made it to the world games based on their world rankings.Both of them are the hot favorites to retain their 9-ball pool titles as the 11-man national billiard squad competes in the 29th Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur on Aug. 19-30.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t compare me to Spitz and Phelps, says history man Dressellast_img read more

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first_img…on the streetsThe minibus operators have been ordered to remove the psychedelic “wraps” they’ve used to cover their buses in clear violation of the colour-schemes that were laid down decades ago. Each region’s buses were allocated a specific combination of colours along with a 2-digit numbering system that were to facilitate their identification. For instance, buses from one region needed Police permission to ply another region’s routes, but with this explosion of colours — like Phagwah all year round — it’s impossible to figure what’s what!So, dear reader, you may ask what’s the fuss, since the law’s so clear and it’s being flagrantly (not to mention “colourfully”!) broken. Well, this is symptomatic of what is wrong with everything in Guyana. Rules are made here evidently just for the sake of making rules, since they’re immediately broken with impunity by folks from the very top; and, not surprisingly, the rest of society follows suit.Take the farce at City Hall over the censoring of the Town Clerk on his amazing imitation of a tin-pot dictator. The same folks constituting the City Council – including the present Mayor –censored the previous town clerk with such abandon you’d think she was XXX-rated!! Yet, for the incumbent, they’ve suddenly had an epiphany that it can’t be done!! What does the man-in-the-street (or the bus driver to “South”) think?But why stop at the mayor playing fast and loose with the law? Let’s go right to the source – the top of the political heap – the President of the entire Republic!! The Constitution of the land – the HIGHEST LAW!! — was explicitly changed to compel him to select the GECOM Chair from lists provided by the Opposition Leader. And what did he do? From the very beginning, he signalled he’ll do whatever he damn well pleases, based on his “perception” of who’s “fit and proper”!  And then, after leading the Opposition down the garden path, he went and did exactly what he wanted in the first place!! To hell with the highest law of the land!!So the bus drivers and every other Guyanese are just following in the footsteps of the President: going by their PERCEPTION of the law!! How loud you can play your music on the road or in your yard? Whatever your perception is, dude!! And ditto with how you drive on the road, or pay your taxes, or whatever.Now, don’t get your Eyewitness wrong; he’s not EXCUSING the lawlessness that’s evident in every facet of national life, he’s merely EXPLAINING its genesis, so if we really want to get back to the straight and narrow, we know where we have to start —Vote folks into office who’ll follow the law!!…in “thiefin” utilitiesThe news that someone in Buxton set a GWI bus ablaze when a crew was disconnecting folks not paying for water as required by the law, doesn’t surprise your Eyewitness. It’s just another example of the “follow the leader” in crime syndrome explained above. And while “thiefin” of water and electricity is done in all communities, some figures released by GPL some time ago clearly demonstrated the highest percentage takes place in “PNC communities”.Now while this “calling a spade a spade and not an ‘agricultural implement’” may offend some, we have to return to the source of the behavior, so that we may rectify the same. Point of the matter is: from the moment it first started — the mass electrification in the country outside of Georgetown in 1968 – the PNC also decided to rig elections. Their supporters probably decided if their big ones could thief an election to live high off the hog, why can’t they steal some electricity and water to eke out a living?!!Solution? No more rigging, and vote them out!!…and “labour figures”After spending two hundred million ($200,000,000) in just two surveys in six months, the Govt announced unemployment is 12%!! They said out of 550,831 employable persons, 277,068 are employed.Ummm…isn’t that like 50% unemployed? We know there are pensioners and senior students, but 38%?last_img read more

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first_imgAn early morning fire at Bent Street, Wortmanville, Georgetown, has left several persons homeless after four homes were destroyed and neighbouring buildings scorched.Firefighters dousing the inferno at Bent Street, GeorgetownOn Friday morning, the occupants were awakened from their slumber to find their dwellings engulfed in flames. The only option was to rush to safety as the flames swept through the wooden structures.Reports are the fire started at about 05:00h at the properties located between Hardina and Haley Streets on Bent Street, Georgetown. The fire initially started at one of the back houses and quickly spread to two others in front and another on the adjoining lot.A section of the aftermathGuyana Times understands that Natasha Morrison resided with her two sons in the first house that was engulfed. The second was occupied by Venezuelan nationals while the third housed another family. The three houses were all flattened in the aftermath.Meanwhile, one person resided in the neighboring house at Lot EE Bent Street, where the second storey was damaged. The owner, Harvey December, resides in front of the same lot and was thankful his home was saved. He indicated that his wife alerted him that a fire broke out at their neighbor’s property, to which he became alarmed. They quickly rushed over and removed a family friend, who was staying at the house before it was razed.“My wife wake me up. I was sleeping and she said ‘Fire!’ so all I did was come downstairs and we had to move a family friend who was staying. We had to move her out the house and make sure we get our documents. We didn’t really move anything because it didn’t make any sense,” December recalled.His son, Yannick December, detailed that all of the houses were occupied by families with children, all of whom were taken to safety. The Guyana Fire Service and the Guyana Prison Service provided resources to ensure that the inferno was brought under control. Neighboring buildings were drenched with water to prevent the fire from spreading. This action saved his father’s house and the homes of many.“I do know that the fire started at the back. There were some children in all three homes that were destroyed at the back there. Where the fire started, there were two children in that home, there were some Venezuelans I think in the other building next to it and in the last one, there was a family with also two children,” he explained.The close proximity of the houses coupled with the morning breeze accelerated the spread of the fire. By the time the fire was brought under control, nothing was saved and charred debris littered the property.“Of course, most of these homes are wooden so it didn’t take long for them to catch afire and the heat was so intense. What I would say is that the firemen did a wonderful job in containing the blaze.”The Guyana Fire Service has launched an investigation to determine the cause and origin. While a complete assessment is pending, losses are estimated in the millions. (Rupa Seenaraine)last_img read more

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first_img“Less than five minutes into the class period, the student urinated into a bottle and discarded it in a trash can,” the statement said. “Shocked at the student’s actions, the teacher told the student to dispose of the bottle in the restroom and wash his hands.” The NAACP described the incident as a civil rights issue and, with Patterson’s mother, demanded that the district fire the teacher. It also is urging school district officials to overturn Patterson’s suspension. “We believe this young man should never have been placed in this situation to begin with,” said Betty Williams, president of the local NAACP. “He stripped this young man of his right to make a decision.” In an interview with the AP on Monday, Stanzler, who is white, said race was not a factor in his decision to keep Patterson, who is black, in class. Patterson said he has no reason to lie. In his account, the student said he repeatedly asked to use the bathroom and was instructed to relieve himself into a bottle about 20 to 30 minutes into the class period. He said the teacher threatened him with suspension if he left the classroom, although the district disputed that in its statement. Reggie Fair, chair of the NAACP education committee, said the conflicting accounts raise more questions than they answer. The NAACP is considering filing a complaint with the state Department of Education. “It raises questions and some level of suspicion because there are contradictions in eyewitness statements and the transferring of the teacher out of the school,” Fair said.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Goethe Middle School Principal Harriet Young on Monday suspended Patterson until May 8 for disrupting school activities. The district, meanwhile, has placed teacher Peter Stanzler on paid leave and transferred him to another school. Patterson’s mother and local NAACP officials said they were not satisfied with the district’s resolution of the case. “If this case is so cut and dry, why is the teacher being disciplined?” said Kelly Jacko, who said other students have confirmed her son’s story. “There are so many loopholes.” She also questioned why the teacher did not report the incident to school administrators. The school learned of the matter when Jacko complained to the principal that day, she said. District spokesman Marcus Walton did not return calls Tuesday seeking further comment. Stanzler also did not immediately return a phone call. In its statement, the district cited school rules that instruct teachers not to let students out of class during the first and last 10 minutes of the period. Stanzler told Patterson to wait until the class had settled down before he could go to the bathroom. SACRAMENTO – Sacramento school officials on Tuesday cleared a science teacher who was accused of forcing a 14-year-old boy to urinate into a Gatorade bottle in class. In a statement, they said the eighth-grader acted on his own. “The investigation found that the teacher did not instruct, direct or encourage the student to do anything inappropriate,” the Sacramento City Unified School District said in the statement. It was the district’s first account of the April 24 incident. Student Michael Patterson has said he was told by his teacher to go to the corner of the classroom after he sarcastically suggested that he urinate into his Gatorade bottle. last_img read more

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first_img“It’s too early to say how the award will ruin or qualify me,” said Jones, “But I do know that this money is for my son’s education and that it gives me courage as an artist to pursue excellence.” As for McHenry – he bears an astonishing resemblance both in appearance and voice to actor Jimmy Stewart – he noted that the cash made it possible to do something very important – buy a badly needed new stove. A native Kansan, he and his young family live in Seattle where he writes poetry for Slate and is an associate editor of Columns magazine. “The best feeling about this award is that my book has found some enthusiastic readers, that it isn’t unwelcome in the world,” he said. “I wouldn’t trade that for a $100,000 lottery ticket.” CGU President Robert Klitgaard presided over the doings, which included remarks by Robert Pinsky and a reading of the winners’ poetry by actor Leonard Nimoy. Following the ceremonies, guests strolled to the nearby Omni Hotel for an elegant dinner in honor of Maguire. There were several San Gabriel Valley folks on the scene including Adelaide Hixon, Peggy Phelps, Phoebe and Larry Wilson, Leelee Clement Doughty; Carol and Warner Henry, Lisa Krueger and Bob Wyman; Mark Cull; Ann Peterson and Stuart Coxhead; Jolly Urner; Kate Gale; Pamela and Nick West and Christie and George Hedges. former U.S. poet laureate BLINN HONOR Although “mixed-use” behemoths seem to be springing up at every turn in Pasadena, there is no city that has been more zealous in protecting its truly historic landmarks. The credit that we still have architectural treasures such as the Gamble House, the Pasadena Playhouse and the Colorado Street Bridge belongs to a posse of preservationists who have been battling bulldozers for more than three decades. Four years ago the Blinn House Foundation, which maintains the 100-year-old Prairie School-style home – headquarters of the Women’s City Club since 1945 – established an annual tribute to an individual who has made a major contribution to preservation in Pasadena. The award is named in honor of its first recipient, Robert Winter, the eminent local historian who has played a major role in preservation causes throughout the Southland. Past awardees include Claire Bogaard, executive director emerita of Pasadena Heritage, and her successor, Sue Mossman. This year’s laurel, presented at the foundation’s annual dinner at Blinn House, went to Gamble House Director Edward “Ted” Bosley, who has overseen the conservation project at the Greene Brothers’ masterpiece. Bosley’s roots to architectural preservation go back a long way. His late mother, Phyllis Bosley, a member of the WCC, was an early supporter of the Blinn House Foundation. During his undergrad days at UC Berkeley, he became smitten with Craftsman architecture while a member of Sigma Phi fraternity whose house was designed by Greene & Greene in 1909. Living there influenced his decision to major in art history, he said. Mossman presented the award to Bosley, a plaque designed by Pasadena architect Russell Hobbs. In acknowledging the award, Bosley paid tribute to his staff, contractors and the team at the USC School of Architecture. “Preservation is something that we in Pasadena are proud of,” he said. “It is a shared value, but justified pride can lead to complacency. There are those who feel that preservation stands in the way of progress. We must continue our efforts to educate; be vigilant; and stay involved.” Citing the current target in the crosshairs of a developer, the Herkimer Arms built in 1912 at 527 E. Union Street, Bosley noted, “It is the only apartment house designed by Greene & Greene. If a home is not found for it soon, it could be demolished.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The awards were started in 1992 by Kate Tufts to honor her late husband, a poet, writer and – would you believe? – an accountant. The couple’s passion had always been poetry. When Kingsley died in 1991, Kate sold the Hollywood Hills estate inherited from her father to fund the awards to help struggling poets. I was lucky enough to be invited to this year’s awards held at Zipper Hall at the Colburn School of Music honoring poets Rodney Jones and Eric McHenry along with CGU President Emeritus John D. Maguire. In 1992 Norman Clement of Pasadena encouraged Maguire to contact his cousin, Kate, who wanted to create an endowment for poets at a university. “I paid her a visit. “It was love at first sight,” Maguire recalled. “And it was Claremont.” Serving as a judge for these awards is daunting. According to Robert Wrigley, chairman of the Tufts jury and a past awardee, 177 volumes were submitted for the Kingsley and 126 for the Kate this year. “We hauled a lot of poetic hod,” he said. CGU Dean Patricia Easton made the presentations. The Kingsley went to Jones for his book “Salvation Blues.” Alabama-born, he is a professor of English at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Ill. And McHenry’s first book, “Potscrubber Lullabies,” earned him the Kate. So will these windfalls change their lives? You bet. I didn’t even know that there was a National Poetry Month. Until I went a-Googling and, odsbodikins! discovered that since 1996, poetry and poets have been celebrated at events across the country in April. Interesting to learn how many poets have April birthdays – Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Penn Warren, Heaney, Angelou, Swinburne, Baudelaire, to name a few. Nobel laureate T.S. Eliot wasn’t born in April, but he’s the bard who made it famous as “the cruelest month.” Anyway, it’s heartening to know that for a few weeks every spring, truly talented voices steal some ink from the swill slopped by the shock-jocks of this world. Among the tributes – and indeed one of the largest and most prestigious – is the annual Kingsley Tufts Award ($100,000) and the Kate Tufts Discovery Award ($10,000) conferred in April right here in Southern California by Claremont Graduate University (CGU). Don’t expect to find the bongos, beret and bong set among the contenders, dear hearts. These are serious published poets. The Kingsley is bestowed on an emerging poet; one who has not yet reached the acknowledged pinnacle of his career. And the Kate is earmarked for a poet of genuine promise for a first book. The entries must be a book published during the year. last_img read more

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first_imgCpl. Joe Duncan with Kelowna RCMP says Cora spoke to one of the members of the detachment on Friday. However, he could not confirm the reason why she spoke to RCMP then.Anyone with more information can contact Connie at 250-793-1468, as well as Kelowna RCMP at 250-762-3300. UPDATE: Connie Greyeyes has told Energetic City Cora has contacted the family, and she is safe.FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — A former Fort St. John woman has been missing since Saturday in the Kelowna area, where she had moved to.Cora Greyeyes last spoke to her aunt on Friday, Jan. 29 — and her mother believes Cora tried to contact her on Sunday. Her aunt, Connie Greyeyes, says Cora is always in constant contact with both of them, and the fact that she hasn’t spoken to either of them in a few days is troubling and not like her.- Advertisement -“She’s never not had her phone,” Connie told Energetic City. “She’s never had it where we couldn’t at least see a message was given to her. … We’re worried. We’re so worried.”Connie spearheaded the Fort St. John chapter of Sisters in Spirit vigil, held in October each year to honour the memory of missing and murdered aboriginal women.“This is the stuff that I’ve been talking to families about for years, and it’s really hard to have to take your own advice,” she said.”Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Elevate Aviation (EA) is making a stop in Fort St. John as part of their cross country tour giving women of all ages an opportunity to get a behind the scenes look of the Aviation industry.May 30th from 10 am to 2 pm is this free event to hear stories and ask questions to industry professionals, enjoy a complimentary lunch, and tour various airport facilities including the air traffic control tower and aircraft hangar.EA is a non-profit organization founded in 2015 in Edmonton Alberta. The goal according to the organization is to create a shift in the aviation industry that promotes gender balance by connecting women with a network of support.- Advertisement -EA encourages women to pursue careers in the aviation industry and provide support to those who dream of a career in aviation through programs, mentorships and bursaries.To sign up for the event; CLICK HERE To learn more about Elevate Aviation; CLICK HEREAdvertisementlast_img read more

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first_imglarry.altman@dailybreeze.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORECoach Doc Rivers a “fan” from way back of Jazz’s Jordan ClarksonRescuers worked for 37 minutes to cut the branches away and free the man, who was lowered to the ground with a rope. The tree trimmer’s injuries were not life-threatening, but he became very weak during the rescue. He was taken to County Harbor-UCLA Medical Center near Torrance. The type of accident is a common hazard for tree trimmers working with palm trees and sometimes proves fatal, firefighters said. “It’s like a ring of dead fronds, and the weight of those things by themselves will come down and trap the tree trimmer,” Brown said. “That’s a lot of weight.” The crown dust also poses the risk of suffocation, he said. A tree trimmer working north of Gardena was rescued Friday when a ring of palm fronds collapsed around him, pinning him to the tree trunk 35 feet off the ground. The 30-year-old man’s colleagues called firefighters shortly after 11:15 a.m. as he worked between two houses at 121st Street and Normandie Avenue in the unincorporated Athens area, county fire Capt. Mike Brown said. “He was trimming the dead branches when the crown of the palm tree released and basically collided on top of him,” Brown said. “He was put in a position where he was attached to the tree and had to bear the weight of the crown.” The tree trimmer was not visible from the ground when firefighters arrived. last_img read more

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