El Alavés announced last Saturday two cases of positive coronaviruses within the medical-sports body. Today, the test has been carried out on soccer players, coaches, assistants and employees, but initially, until tomorrow, the results will not be made public. Baskonia players, belonging to the same company, have also been subjected to the same tests. On the other hand, the entity has donated numerous medical supplies to the Txagorritxu hospital: gowns, gloves, hats and masks to reinforce the fight against Covid-19. They are usually single use and right now they are not needed at the club because the activity is stopped. Better in the hospital. It is also aware of the possible departure of American players after the order issued by Donald Trump that all American citizens pack their bags and return home. In Baskonia it seems a convoluted option but it should not be ruled out if, for example, competitions are permanently suspended. Henry, Christon and Janning are of that nationality. At the Enras women’s Araski league, Shakobia Barbee has already terminated her contract and gone home today.In the first official match played by each Alavés team there will be a tribute to Alava health. The shirts will wear front and back OSI Araba, which brings together hospitals and outpatient clinics in the province. The population is increasingly sensitized to the work of health professionals.
Senior Magistrate Fabayo Azore last week placed two women on a bond to keep the peace as a penalty for their threatening and abusive behaviour towards one another.Lana McLennan and Linzie Wilson were slapped with charges of threatening language and abusive language respectively when they both appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.The charge against McLennan stated that on October 29, 2018, at Second Street, Agricola, Greater Georgetown, she made use of threatening language towards Linzie Wilson whereby a breach of peace was occasioned. McLennan denied this charge.Meanwhile, Linzie Wilson denied the charge against her which stated that on the same date and at the same location, she used abusive language towards Lana McLennan, breaching the peace.However, both unrepresented women told Magistrate Fabayo that they do not want to give evidence against each other.Magistrate Fabayo placed the duo on a bond to keep the peace for two years.
Here’s the top transfer-related stories in Wednesday’s newspapers…Manchester City have earmarked Arsenal’s record signing Mesut Ozil, 26, as the man to replace unsettled playmaker Yaya Toure. (Metro) Manchester United could renew their interest in midfielder Fredy Guarin after Inter Milan put the 28-year-old up for sale. (Daily Star) Bundesliga side Schalke are poised for a shock January move for Chelsea striker Fernando Torres, who is currently on loan at AC Milan. Schalke boss Roberto di Matteo is keen to work with the 30-year-old again after his time in charge of the Blues. (Bild) Arsenal and Chelsea’s hopes of signing Barcelona’s teenage attacker Munir El Haddadi are fading with the Spain international, 19, set to commit his future to the Nou Camp. (Daily Express) Tottenham are resigned to selling goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, 27, and have already lined up Toulouse’s 24-year-old stopper Ali Ahamada, rated at £9m, as a replacement. (Fichajes.net) Arsenal will try to recruit current Real Madrid boss and former Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti if Arsene Wenger accepts a lucrative offer to take charge of Monaco at the end of the season. (Daily Express) And here are the latest talkSPORT.com transfer tales…Arsenal boost as AC Milan cool Khedira interestChelsea blow! Fiorentina star set to sign new dealSouthampton keen to keep on-loan Alderweireld
0Shares0000Thomas Tuchel with PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi at the Parc des Princes — the German has signed a deal until 2020 © AFP / Philippe LOPEZPARIS, France, May 21 – Paris Saint-Germain did not waste time turning the page on Unai Emery’s time in charge, and the arrival of the fresh-faced Thomas Tuchel marks the start of a new era.Less than 24 hours after Emery bowed out as the Ligue 1 champions played out a soporific goalless draw in Caen without a host of their biggest names, Tuchel appeared at the Parc des Princes for the first time. The German looked confident and relaxed as he was unveiled to the French media and then photographed on the pitch on a perfect Parisian spring evening.After a year out following his departure from Borussia Dortmund, where he won the 2017 German Cup, the 44-year-old was linked to the Premier League. But he was clearly seduced by the French capital.“This is Paris, it’s magnificent, the city of love, the city of light. It is a romantic city and a city for adventure,” he said.“I would love our supporters to fall in love with the team and that the brightest players play here.”Tuchel spoke mainly in excellent English, but he showed a willingness to speak in French and a grasp of the language that his predecessor never reached in his two years in charge.Emery won seven out of eight domestic trophies in his time at the helm, but his credit expired with Champions League exits against Barcelona and Real Madrid in the last 16.– No promises –Tuchel’s own experience of the highest level is limited, meaning many were surprised by his appointment. And he was not in the mood for making promises.“It’s too early to talk about it,” said the German, who will not officially start work until pre-season training begins in early July.“Of course we have the most exciting players, we are one of the biggest clubs in one of the most exciting cities, and this attracts the best players.“But to be in the end where everybody wants to be, it’s not about talking before the first training session has happened or the first game is played.“I want to have an atmosphere where a Cup game is on the same level as a Champions League game.“You cannot predict the results, so it makes no sense to talk too early, but if you ask me in spring I will tell you very clearly if we are ready or not.”Outgoing PSG coach Unai Emery (R) with Neymar at the club’s title celebrations last week © AFP / FRANCK FIFETuchel has admitted his admiration for Pep Guardiola, although he insisted he would impose his own style in Paris.He will wait anxiously in the hope that UEFA do not complicate his task by imposing sanctions for potential breaches of their Financial Fair Play rules.And he will hope that rumours over Neymar’s possible departure after just one injury-hit season prove to be nothing more than that.In any case, Tuchel is in no doubt his limited track record will not prevent him from settling into a dressing room of stars, from the world’s most expensive player to Kylian Mbappe, Thiago Silva and Marco Verratti.“I am not afraid at all of stars because in my experience they are the hardest workers and know exactly what it takes to be successful.“I am very happy to have the opportunity now to win titles with this kind of team.”At home, PSG’s main rivals next season will be the same.Lyon and Monaco are boosted enormously by qualifying directly for the Champions League group stage, while Marseille will hope to be stronger again after falling just short, coming fourth in the league and losing the Europa League final.It remains to be seen how quickly Tuchel settles, but his side will be clear favourites to dominate in France again next season.He will not be as relaxed as this, though, if he oversees another poor showing in Europe.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Here are the top transfer-related stories in Saturday’s newspapers and online…Manchester United and Chelsea have both expressed interest in signing Paris St-Germain defender Marquinhos, who is valued at about £40m, though the French champions would prefer a swap deal if they decided to allow the 21-year-old Brazil international to leave. (Daily Telegraph)Chelsea are also interested in PSG midfielder Javier Pastore, 26. (Daily Express)Manchester City are closing in on the £30m signing of Borussia Dortmund midfielder Ilkay Gundogan, 25. (The Sun)Wayne Rooney is facing a three-way fight for a place on England’s right wing at Euro 2016, while Arsenal wingers Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are set to miss out on the squad. (Daily Mirror)Leicester City captain Wes Morgan admits that the Premier League title is “in our hands” and also reveals he was told to lose two stone during a trial at Nottingham Forest. (Daily Mail)Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne has described his treatment by Jose Mourinho during his time at Chelsea as “just not fair”. (Daily Telegraph)And Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has admitted he “hardly knew” who De Bruyne was until this season. (Evening Standard)Manchester United have agreed a deal for 16-year-old FC Zurich striker Nishan Burkart. (Blick)Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal are all vying for the signature of 19-year-old Roma striker Umar Sadiq. (Daily Star)Arsenal and Liverpool are set to do battle for the signature of 15-year-old Fulham left-back Ryan Sessegnon. (Daily Mirror)And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…??David Sullivan EXCLUSIVE: ‘People are JEALOUS of West Ham’s Olympic Stadium deal. It’s a good deal for the whole nation’‘Chelsea have no history!’ – Carragher takes on Jason Cundy in Sports Bar showdownLiverpool FC news: Supporter tells girlfriend he’d marry her if Reds came back from 2-0 against DortmundTottenham to battle Inter Milan to sign in-form ex-Arsenal midfielder Lassana DiarraAtletico Madrid slap £60m price tag on Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain target Antoine GriezmannFormer Marseille boss helping Tottenham in pursuit of forward target Michy BatshuayiLiverpool could miss out on Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus as Paris Saint-Germain plot £40m swoop 1 Transfer rumours and paper review Saturday, April 16
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The sounds of “Abbey Road” and “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” will fill the Palmdale Playhouse on Friday when the tribute band “Beatlemania” hits the stage. The show will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets are $16 for adults and $12 for seniors, military personnel, students and children 12 and younger. To reserve tickets, visit www.ThePalmdalePlayhouse.com or call the box office at 661-267-5685. 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 ClarksonFor more information, call 661-267-2787. The Palmdale Playhouse is at 38334 10th St. E.
Rooney in action during England’s victory over the USA 4 BEST OF Rooney announced his retirement from international football in August 2017, but came back to the England set-up to earn his final cap during their 3-0 win over the USA on Thursday.And the 33-year-old suggested some ex-players are jealous of what Gareth Southgate’s men are achieving.He said: “I know some ex-players I’ve spoken to can’t come to terms with England doing well.“That is wrong. I’m not like that. I’m a fan now. I want England to do well.” Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Win, lose or draw against Croatia – the future looks bright for this latest batch of England stars Wayne Rooney says some former England internationals “can’t come to terms” with the current team’s success.It’s been a memorable 2018 for the Three Lions so far, having reached the World Cup semi-finals in the summer before impressively beating Spain in the UEFA Nations League last month. Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade “I have given everything when playing for England and I’ve tried to make us successful. Sometimes everything just isn’t enough.“I’ve had my time and it didn’t quite work out in terms of trophies.”England play Croatia in their final Nations League group match at Wembley on Sunday – a game you can listen to live on talkSPORT – kick-off 2pm. 4 The former Manchester United and Everton man enjoyed limited success internationally despite being England’s record goalscorer.England never made it beyond the quarter-final stage at a major tournament during Rooney’s international career that started in February 2003 but he said he was happy with what he achieved in a Three Lions jersey.Rooney added: “I’m happy with what I’ve contributed to the national team and I look forward now to the next few years and watching this team progress.”“I wouldn’t say I regret never winning a trophy with England. Latest Football News RANKED Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions Getty no dice Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card REVEALED ADVICE MONEY Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won 4 huge blow Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury England had a brilliant World Cup campaign in Russia REVEALED A victory will see Gareth Southgate’s men reach next summer’s finals and Rooney was upbeat about England’s “great young squad.”REVEALED: What England need to do to go through or avoid relegation from Nation’s League groupRooney added: “They called the team I played in the ‘golden generation’ but this team has also got superstars like Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling and John Stones.“This is a great young squad with other players who can come in if there are injuries.“To win any trophy would be great for England – and hopefully this team can be the ones to bring that home.” Rooney is England’s record goalscorer but never came close to winning silverware on the international stage 4
The team at Henry McGinley & Sons inspect their work on the ‘Reflect Yourself’ Art installation, which was completed as part of a project for the St. Patrick’s Festival in Dublin.Milford based company Henry McGinley & Sons have just completed a project for the St. Patrick’s Festival in Dublin.The installation, entitled Reflect Yourself, was unveiled in the gardens outside the Coach House at Dublin Castle during the St Patrick’s Day Festival. The team at Henry McGinley & Sons worked on fabricating the finished piece, which is 4.5m tall.Created by Barry Sheehan, Head of Design at the Dublin Institute of Technology, the project was designed and detailed by Milford native, James McGinley who works in Dublin for Garland Consultancy. James is the eldest son of Henry and Elizabeth McGinley. Others involved in the project include furniture design students, Richard May and Tomas Barisauskas. Reflect Yourself is a thought-provoking, outdoor installation that explores what specifically prevents us from reflecting on the past or wondering about the future. The project was chosen through an artist submission process to celebrate the year of Irish Design 2015.The project was commissioned after St. Patrick’s Festival and ID2015 came together to re-imagine public spaces in Dublin. Taking the present, and specifically the 2015 Parade theme ‘Celebrate Now’ as inspiration, this exciting collaboration aims to get people to stop and take a moment out of their busy day to think about the city differently.Commenting on the piece, creator Barry Sheehan said: “The theme of this year’s St. Patrick’s Festival is ‘Celebrate Now’ and when we were asked to design an installation, I wondered what would do that? What specifically prevents us from reflecting on the past, or wondering about the future? A mirror.“Reflecting only the here and now, a mirror gives us a snapshot in time. With this installation, we’re creating angled mirrors, with coloured translucent Perspex, so the views change, with unexpected vistas, suffused with light. What’s been particularly great about this project is getting the students working as a team. “DIT doesn’t exist in a vacuum and it’s great to have the students working with partners from industry like Garland Consultancy and Henry McGinley & Sons. Any architect will tell you that getting an idea is easy – but turning it into reality is a long and complex process!”Adding to this, James McGinley said Henry McGinley & Sons is delighted to be involved in the ‘Reflect Yourself’ project and it was wonderful to watch it come to life.“It’s a beautiful piece of work and anyone visiting Dublin from Donegal can check out the installation for themselves in the gardens outside the Coach House at Dublin Castle this week. The piece will then be paraded around the city over the next few months”.Henry McGinley & Sons recently celebrated 22 years in business and is one of the leading suppliers of structural steel and roofing systems in the northwest of Ireland. The company has built a strong reputation for delivering quality solutions to clients across the construction sector. For further information on Henry McGinley & Sons, visit www.henrymcginley.ieDONEGAL COMPANY CREATES UNIQUE ART INSTALLATION FOR ST PATRICK’S FESTIVAL was last modified: March 17th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
3 October 2013Broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) remains an integral part of South Africa’s economic policies and transformation, President Jacob Zuma said at the opening of the inaugural B-BBEE Summit in Johannesburg on Thursday.“(B-BBEE) is part of a broader objective of promoting inclusive growth and economic development,” Zuma told the gathering of government, business and labour representatives, adding that the state would continue to intervene and promote transformation.The two-day summit is being hosted by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) in collaboration with the Presidential B-BBEE Advisory Council, which is chaired by Zuma.Zuma emphasised that economic transformation was not just about big business deals for a few individuals in society. He said BEE policy should be consistently implemented across all parts of the economy to ensure maximum impact on as many South Africans as possible.This year marks a decade since the passing of the Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Act. Zuma said there had been successes and challenges over the last 10 years, and that the summit should reflect on what has worked and what has not worked, so as to help build a truly inclusive economy.The South African economy had expanded by 83% since 1994, with total employment having increased by more than 3.5-million, accompanied by growth in the black middle class.According to National Treasury, over R600-billion in BEE transactions had been recorded since 1995.However, the country still faced unacceptable levels of poverty, inequality and unemployment. Income parity, in particular, remained skewed in terms of race: the average African household’s annual income stood at R60 613 compared to that of white households at R365 164.Zuma said there was a need to bridge the gap between the poor and the working class, and to encourage the growth of small businesses that are owned by black people, women, youth and people with disabilities.The DTI’s Black Business Supplier Development Programme has, since its inception in 2010, approved 2 128 applications to the value of R797-million, with a total 1 213 applications approved in support of black-owned SMMEs in 2012/13.The National Empowerment Fund (NEF), which is mandated to grow black economic participation, has approved over 500 transactions worth over R5-billion to black empowered businesses across the country.Zuma said that business training was crucial so that emerging entrepreneurs could gain confidence and expand beyond ownership to become industrialists.In 2011, following the recession caused by the global financial crisis in 2008-09 – which led to a considerable decline in companies’ contributions to BEE – a review of the BEE Act had been initiated to tighten up the law and address challenges such as BEE “fronting”.Zuma condemned the act of fronting, calling it unforgivable. “It distorts our empowerment picture, giving an impression of progress where there is none.”The National Assembly passed the B-BBEE Amendment Bill in June.Source: SAnews.gov.za