The information published in Turkey ensures that agents of the 22-year-old attacking wayward have maintained a meeting With an English team. Although his signing for Galatasaray generated great expectation in Ottoman football during the summer, his performance it has been so disappointing as in Vigo. Among all competitions he has started six games and has not scored any goals. Mor It was a request made by the experienced Turkish technician Fatih terim, who had directed it in the selection. However, not even his football godfather has been able to redirect your career. The striker’s contract with Celta, which in 2017 paid 13 million euros to sign it, concludes on June 30 2022 The Galatasaray has had a lot less patience that the Celtic with Emre Mor According to the Turkish portal Fanatik, the Istanbul club wants to cut the assignment in this winter market and the end already is not participating in the training. Your destination until June could be England. When Felipe Miñambres He chose Mor to cover the empty that had left the march of Fabian Orellana months before. It’s been three years since the Chilean left Vigo through the back door and Celta still can’t find an end that makes him forget. Oscar Garcia has asked for this market to hire a level attacker and La Gazzetta dello Sport affirms that from A Headquarters they have tried to the old Iago Falque. The signing of the Torino player is more than improbable.Lobotka continues to waitThe celtic template he returned to work yesterday to prepare the second round of the Copa del Rey (The rival Vigués will leave the duel that today dispute the Mérida and La Nucía) and among the players who exercised under the orders of Oscar Garcia was Stanislav Lobotka. The Slovak is still waiting for Celta and Naples to agree on his transfer. From Italy they point out that the negotiation It’s in Deadpoint because at Headquarters they have not yet found a substitute in the market for the pivot. French Steven N’Zonzi is one of the options, but he hopes to receive some offer from teams that fight for more ambitious goals.
It’s been a year, but things remain the same as Edwin Allen and St Jago High scored convincing wins to capture the girls and boys’ titles along with cash prize of $250,000 each at yesterday’s Digicel Grand Prix Central Athletics Championships at the G.C. Foster College of Physical Education and Sport. This was the final meet in the Digicel Grand Prix event before Saturday’s finale the G.C. Foster Classic, which takes place inside the National Stadium. Edwin Allen topped the female section with 404 points. Hydel finished second with 339.50 points and $100,000; edging out Holmwood Technical, which finished third with 339 points, which gave them a $50,000 payday. St Jago amassed 423 points to totally dominate the male section, walking away with $250,000. They were followed by Edwin Allen (111 points) for $100,000 with third place going to Holmwood Technical with 110 points and $50,000. Despite heavy showers, which started before the start of the girls Class Two 200m and continued for the majority of the evening, competition was still extremely high, especially among the females, where the top five girls’ teams in the island were involved in a battle royale on a day where the record keepers ended up adjusting 90 marks over both days. One of the country’s budding young female sprinters, Kevona Davis of Edwin Allen was a standout yesterday, as she produced a breathtaking performance in the 200m. Running in a negative wind of 4.5 metres per second, Davis, who was following up on her impressive showing at the Carifta Trials, confirmed her abilities after recovering from a slow start, to easily cover her rivals and win in a new record of 23.56 seconds to erase her old mark of 24.18 seconds set a year ago. The Girls Class Two and Three 800m also produced record breaking performances through Cemore Donald and Rushana Dwyer of Edwin Allen. In a very close battle, Donald clocked 2:09.32 to edge out Charokee Young of Hydel, who was second in 2:09.41 with Holmwood Technical’s Brittney Campbell finishing third in 2:09.98. In Class Three, Dwyer finished strongly to win in 2:10.94, ahead of Bellefield’s Aneisha Lawrence in 2:12.59 with Dwyer’s teammate Jessica McLean taking third in 2:15.22.In Class One, Holmwood’s Chrissani May (2:10.17) got the better of Vere’s Britnie Dixon (2:11.12) and Edwin Allen’s Kara Grant, who was third in 2:12.33. In field event action, St Jago High’s Tissana Hickling led the way with two record breaking performances. She won the Class One long jump with a mark of 6.33m and the triple jump with a 13.29 metres leap. In the Class Two long jump, Edwin Allen’s Annia Ashley won with a new mark of 6.02m.
The trials of an attempted murder accused and a manslaughter accused were earlier this week delayed owing to the court ordering medical evaluations for the two men.The orders came after an application by State Prosecutor Seeta Bishundial.Toney Marcus (left) and Paul Michael Khan being escorted from the High CourtOne of the accused was 45-year-old Toney Marcus, who was committed to stand trial for trying to murder Etwaru Narine in 2014. When he appeared before Justice Brassington Reynolds, the court heard that he has not been taking his tablets. A male relative informed the Judge that Marcus was a patient at a psychiatric ward.Marcus is accused of the July 6, 2014 chopping of Narine at McDoom, East Bank Demerara. According to reports, the Virtual Complainant (VC) was imbibing at a shop when the accused asked him for money. An argument ensued, and Marcus allegedly chopped him several times.Meanwhile, 34-year-old Paul Michael Khan is facing a manslaughter charge. He, like Marcus, agreed with Justice Reynolds to be medically evaluated before his case is tried. Khan, who said that he cannot spell, said that his relatives have stopped visiting him and even made claims of Police brutality.Dr Bhiro Harry is expected to conduct a psychological assessment of the two men, and both parties will return to court on August 7, 2018. Both men were unrepresented by legal counsel during their court appearance.
An electrician to whom some refer as “Sex Man” was on Thursday jailed for 25 years on a rape charge. The sentence was imposed by Justice Joann Barlow after he was found guilty of sexually assaulting a physically challenged woman.Wazir Ali, also called “Bucko” and “Electrician,” of Lot 50 Martin Luther Scheme, New Amsterdam, committed the act between March 26 and April 7, 2015.The victim had attended church, and was being taken home with the church bus, which Ali drives. However, instead of dropping off the teenager, he took the other occupants to their homes, but reportedly stopped the minibus in a desolate area and requested to have sex with the victim.The victim reportedly slapped Ali, who in retaliation vacated the driver’s seat, went into the seat in which the teenager was seated, and committed the act.When the victim saw her attacker at court, she mumbled something to him, but due to her speech impediment, only the word ‘KILL’ was recognisable.During her evidence, she broke down emotionally and court had to be adjourned. She was taken to the lobby, where she had to be subdued by a sister and her mother, who for more than an hour had to keep her body against the victim’s inConvicted rapist Wazir Aliorder to keep her calm.The court was adjourned for the day with no further testimony from the victim, but the following day she continued her evidence in the company of a senior teacher of the Special Needs School.A probation report on Ali referred to himself as a role model, possessing a likeable personality. His family members, residents in the community, his pastor, church members, school, and prison officials all spoke highly of his character.Those, however, were not the words used to describe the accused as he was being led into the court room on the first day of the trial.Residents of the community had flocked the court when the trial opened, but by the time Ali was sentenced, it was only family members who remained; most of whom expressed alarm when the trial Judge handed down the 25-year sentence.The judge believed that he was brought up in church and knew right from wrong, but chose to commit the act on a woman whose reasoning ability is below her age.Justice Barlow said the court must send a strong signal to others. The message must be that this type of behaviour has to stop. The Judge also ordered that while in jail, the 26-year-old Ali should be exposed to programmes for sex offenders.
A man biking from Oklahoma to Alaska has gone missing north of Pink Mountain.On Sunday July 4th, the Fort St. John RCMP received a call advising that Curtis Moss was traveling from Oklahoma to Alaska on a bicycle. The RCMP say he has not contacted family or friends in four days, his cell phone is not in service and his GPS tracker stopped working just north of Pink Mountain.Moss is described as 24 years old, 6’1”, 180 pounds with blonde buzzed hair and blue eyes. He was riding on a red bike wearing yellow gloves and a yellow helmet.In an article in the Stillwater NewsPress, a newspaper in Oklahoma, Moss started his journey on May 15th and was riding to help raise money so students could study abroad.Advertisement Moss had planned to arrive in Anchorage by August 17th. For more on his planned journey, visit the Facebook Fan Page.If you have any information regarding this incident, please call the Fort St. John RCMP at 250-787-8140 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at www.crimestoppersfsj.ca – Advertisement -**Update – Curtis has bee found safe at the Liard Hot Springs. According to his mother, a person who met Curtis at Liard Hotspring this weekend notified the police. The RCMP were able to confirm his location late Sunday. Photo: Curtis Moss with his bike in this undated photograph – Submitted
Gordon’s records are easily Hall of Fame material. A former go-kart and later USAC champion, Gordon scored over 600 feature wins before entering NASCAR. Once he reached the Nextel Cup Series, he compiled impressive statistics at a rate not seen since Petty’s heyday. He leads all active drivers with wins and 56 career poles. All that history didn’t keep Gordon from missing the 10-race NASCAR playoff in 2005. With new crew chief Steve Letarte on board, Gordon made the Chase last season but only won twice (at Infineon and Chicagoland) in 2006 after scoring at least three victories a season over the previous decade. “It was a little frustrating, but I knew with Steve Letarte coming on board it would take a little while for the chemistry to get built,” said Gordon, who ended the season with four top-5s in the final five races. “When we won in Chicago, I thought here we go, we’ve got the makings of getting on a streak here. That didn’t materialize even though we were solid and strong. We had some issues that we’ve worked out. … I’m pretty excited where we are with the team right now.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The four-time NASCAR champion assured media members recently that winning races and championships will remain a high priority. “Racing is extremely important to me, just as important today as it ever has been,” said Gordon, driver of the No. 24 Chevrolet. “I don’t want anybody to think for a second my competitive edge is going to go away because I’m having a child. At the same time, I’m having a child and you never know what comes along with that. With a new wife and a baby on the way, Jeff Gordon has heard the rumblings. Will the 15-year Cup Series veteran be as committed to racing as he once was? “I want to give 100 percent as a father, but I want to give 100 percent on the race track, as well. It’s going to be how you separate those two and when you separate them that’s going to be the biggest challenge for me.” His challenge Sunday is to win the Auto Club 500 at California Speedway. Gordon, who finished 13th in last year’s race, is the track’s top performer with three wins, six top-5s and one pole in 13 races. After finishing fifth in September’s Sony HD 500, his earnings at California surpassed $1.8 million. When the Vallejo native won a fourth Cup series title in 2001, many predicted it was a matter of time before he tied the record of seven championships held by Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt. Six seasons – and no new titles – later, a new question has been whether he can simply win a fifth. “Winning my first championship was something I never dreamed of,” said Gordon, 35. “As a kid growing up, you want to race. To get to this level and be competitive and to have won a race and now to have four championships, I have nothing to prove. I’m not just out here to set records. I love what I do, I love being competitive. I think I’m capable and our team is capable of winning more races and championships. If I never win another one, I’m content with that. But I wouldn’t be happy with that.” He entered the 2007 season seventh on NASCAR’s all-time win list with 75 victories, just one behind Earnhardt.
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE‘Mame,’ ‘Hello, Dolly!’ composer Jerry Herman dies at 88160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! SAN JOSE – Walk into any store that sells or rents video games, and chances are you’ll find only a few shelves, if any, for personal computer games amid the aisles dominated by console software. The PC still has a solid future as a gaming machine given the rising popularity of games played online – for both casual games such as “Tetris” and such intricate multiplayer games as “World of Warcraft.” But the way in which people get their games is getting a makeover as game makers experiment with online distribution as an alternative to boxed CD-ROMs. Some companies are even betting that PC gaming is on the cusp of a download revolution, much like its counterparts in music and video. “It’s just another evolution of retail commerce of what in the end is a digital product,” said Jamie Berger, general manager at IGN Entertainment. IGN owns Direct2Drive, one of a growing number of online stores for downloadable PC games. At its inception in September 2004, only four game publishers were on board, selling about 25 older titles. Today, the Web site carries about 130 games from 44 publishers, including titles released the same day they hit physical store shelves. While refusing to disclose specific figures, Berger said sales and traffic to the store have tripled every month. Meanwhile, Electronic Arts Inc.’s Pogo.com, Comcast Corp. and Yahoo Inc. are offering games-on-demand services in which computer users buy subscriptions to access and download PC games, ranging from “Scrabble” to “Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell.” As more households get high-speed Internet connections, downloads become more practical. Downloading games can take anywhere from just a few seconds to a few hours, depending on the file size.
3 3 It was a missed opportunity for others, however.Loftus-Cheek certainly showed flashes in the game to suggest he will be a top player one day, however, he almost seemed worried about fully expressing himself at points.He did also have a number of Costa Rica players bringing him down which didn’t help his progress.With Vardy, it just wasn’t his night. The Leicester man, who is usually so deadly in front of goal, lacked his usual match sharpness.On another day he would have scored that chance he had in the first-half and to add insult to injury it was Welbeck, the player who came on for him, who bagged England’s second.Butland did not have a bad game, however, he probably would have been hoping for more action so he could fully showcase his talent.The keeper made a good save to deny Johan Venegas in the first-half but had very little to do apart from that, before making way for Nick Pope on 65 minutes. Marcus Rashford caused all sorts of problems for the Costa Rica defence If anyone was sceptical about Rashford’s ability then those doubters were certainly silenced after the striker’s first-half masterclass.Three minutes in, he produced an incredible flip flap to get the Elland Road crowd warmed up and then he scored a wonderful goal from distance past the Real Madrid keeper.The game also saw two Liverpool players given a run out in Alexander-Arnold and Henderson.Alexander-Arnold, 19, was making his international debut but performed with a real maturity throughout. He looked incredibly comfortable as a wing-back and gave a good account of himself. However, it’s unlikely he will replace Kieran Trippier as the first choice right-wing back.Another issue Southgate has to decide on is who will play in the midfield holding role and Henderson made sure the manager would have to really think about whether he gives the nod to Henderson or Eric Dier.The Liverpool skipper made a number of eye-catching crossfield balls and nearly scored himself in the second-half with a fierce drive that Navas had to palm away.Struggled: Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Jamie Vardy, Jack Butland 3 England ended their World Cup preparations on a high note after securing a 2-0 win over Costa Rica at Elland Road.Marcus Rashford’s stunning 13th-minute strike and Danny Welbeck’s second-half header gave the Three Lions a win in their final game before they fly off to Russia.REPORT: England 2-0 Costa Rica Gareth Southgate made ten changes from England’s win over Nigeria last weekend – giving plenty of players one final opportunity to give the manager something to think about ahead of their opening World Cup game against Tunisia on June 18th.Rashford opened the scoring in what was a scintilating display for the Manchester United striker and his display certainly impressed the England fans.But his strike partner Jamie Vardy was unable to put England 2-0 up just before half-time after struggling to get an awkward ball out of his feet.After the break, Jordan Henderson stung the hands of Keylor Navas with a venemous strike from the edge of the box, while Harry Maguire had a header cleared off the line from the resulting corner.But England’s victory was sealed when substitute Welbeck’s downward header went in-off the post on 76 minutes after some good work on the left from Dele Alli.So it was a fairly routine win for England but which players were able to state their claim to start the Tunisia game?talkSPORT.com has picked out three England men who had a good night and three players who struggled for form.Performed well: Marcus Rashford, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jordan Henderson
A round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving Chelsea and QPR…Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda is being tipped to join Marseille on loan.There were reports this week that Arsenal could sign the 19-year-old midfielder, who is now said to be close to a move to France after rejecting Vitesse Arnhem.Meanwhile, the Northern Echo reports that speculation linking Chelsea’s Nathan Ake with a loan move to Middlesbrough are wide of the mark.Boro boss Aitor Karanka, who was Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho’s assistant at Real Madrid, signed Tomas Kalas, Patrick Bamford, Kenneth Omeruo and keeper Jamal Blackman on loan last season and is expected to bring in other Blues youngsters this time around.Related West London Sport stories: Boro expected to seal Kalas loan deal (10 June)Boro keen on Loftus Cheek loan deal (18 June)Ake was reportedly set to join Boro in a loan dealAbdul Baba Rahman has misgivings about joining Chelsea because he fears he will not play regularly, according to the Daily Mirror.The Mirror reported this week that Chelsea were pursuing a deal to sign the Ghana left-back, 20, from German club Augsburg and see him as a potential replacement for Filipe Luis.The newspaper now suggests that he has concerns because Filipe Luis – signed for £16m only 11 months ago – made just nine league starts last season, while Baba Rahman’s friend and international team-mate Christian Atsu has not broken in to the Blues first team.The Daily Telegraph say Chelsea’s Mohamed Salah wants his annual wages increased to more than £2m to return to Fiorentina on loan.The Italian media are reporting that Fiorentina are looking to put together a deal to sign Salah, 23, on a permanent basis, with Inter Milan also said to be keen.Paul Pogba, who has been constantly linked with Chelsea, could be on his way to Manchester City, according to The Sun. City boss Manuel Pellegrini is said to be confident of a deal to sign the former Manchester United midfielder from Juventus.The Sun also reports that Watford are favourites to sign Joey Barton following his release by QPR.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook
Chico >> The Chico High cross country team’s Wednesday afternoon was a little too fast-paced to be dubbed “a walk in the park.” But a similar metaphor would suffice.The Panthers won both the boys and girls individual races at the Eastern Athletic League Center Meet, held at Hooker Oak Park on Wednesday. The boys team also took first overall out of five teams, while the girls took second as a squad.Red Bluff boys and girls each took home fifth in the five-team race, with the boys compiling 134 …