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Collins Stewart in £63m CNC bid

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Deloitte leans towards JLL

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ABS FC gets interim Technical Adviser

first_imgRelatedPosts Edo 2020: Obaseki’s victory has several implications — Saraki Saraki’s Commissioner, others defect to APC Saraki asks UK, EU to join US in placing visa restrictions on Nigerian politicians Abubakar Bukola Saraki of Ilorin FC has appointed Coach Shuaib Abdulkadir as acting Technical Adviser.The club’s Director of Football, Alloy Chukwuemeka, made the announcement on Friday in Ilorin after a management meeting. He said the appointment became imperative after the team’s Technical Adviser, Yomi Elijah, informed the club that he was leaving for an unnamed Nigeria Professional Football League side, after the expiration of his contract.Chukwuemeka said Abdulkadir will remain in acting capacity until a decision to appoint a substantive Technical Adviser is taken.Elijah told newsmen after the meeting that he was grateful for the opportunity given to him by the management, staff and players of the team.He solicited for the same support for coach Abdulkadir, alias No Fear, who he described as a loyal servant.In his comment, Abdulkadir thanked the club management for the confidence reposed in him to handle the team till a decision to appoint a new Technical Adviser is taken. He promised to justify the confidence reposed in him and assured of his unalloyed commitment to the project to move the club forward.Until his appointment, Abdulkadir, who joined the team at the beginning of last season, was assistant to Elijah.—Tags: Abubakar Bukola SarakiAlloy ChukwuemekaShuaib AbdulkadirYomi Elijahlast_img read more

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Sumner boys’ soccer team beats Calais, Machias to reach 8-0

first_imgSULLIVAN — The Sumner boys’ soccer team’s unbeaten start to the 2018 season is now at eight games after the Tigers posted recent blowout wins over Calais and Machias.Sumner hosted Calais on Thursday with a perfect start to the first half of the season in sight, and the Tigers didn’t disappoint. Scoring early and often, the home team breezed past the Blue Devils to secure a 12-1 win.Junior Damon Warren scored five goals for Sumner in the victory, and senior Orlando Herrera added three goals and three assists. Silas Goldfarb, Eduardo Figueroa, Caelan Billings and Collin Piper also scored for the Tigers, who got four saves from junior goalkeeper Alex Rumill.On Tuesday, Sumner traveled to Washington County to face off against Machias. The Tigers received three goals and an assist from Warren and a goal and two assists from Herrera en route to a 7-2 victory over the Bulldogs (0-7-1).This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textWith a record of 8-0, Sumner is currently the only undefeated and untied team in Class C North. The Tigers have outscored their opponents by a combined margin of 72-13 so far this season and are in fourth place in the standings behind Fort Kent, Houlton and Orono.Sumner will look to continue its quest for an undefeated regular season when it hosts Lee Academy (3-3-1) at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27.last_img read more

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Charles Leclerc beats Michael Schumacher with $10m, 5-yr deal with Ferrari; here is how

first_img LIVE TV WATCH US LIVE First Published: 30th December, 2019 12:42 IST SUBSCRIBE TO US Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc on Monday signed a 5-year contract extension with the Italian giants after performing impressively in the first season with them in 2019. Leclerc won 2 races and had 10 podium finishes in the very first season and also outscored his teammate and four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel. The deal signed by Leclerc until 2022 is the longest on the grid, but his new agreement will keep him with the Italian team until 2025.Also Read: Charles Leclerc Signs Five-year Contract Extension With FerrariFI: Charles Leclerc contract and his salary In a sport where contracts are handed from season to season, a driver signing a 5-year deal is the rarest. The great Michael Schumacher himself did not sign one particular deal with Ferrari for more than 3 years. According to Corriere dello Sport, Charles Leclerc’s salary has tripled to €9 million, closing the gap to Sebastian Vettel, although he remains on a deal worth much more per year. The 22-year-old’s extension also arrives amid rumours that Lewis Hamilton could be his team-mate in 2021, with Mercedes’ 6-time world champion having met Ferrari president John Elkann in 2019.Also Read: Charles Leclerc Praises Sebastian Vettel, Reveals Favourite Ferrari Moment On DebutLewis Hamilton to move to Ferrari?Lewis Hamilton is committed to Mercedes until the end of the 2020 campaign. However, according to leading Italian publication Gazzetta dello Sport, discussions have already taken place between Hamilton and Ferrari. The rumours picked up after Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto said that he was ‘happy’ that someone of Lewis Hamilton’s quality is available post-2020. The report stated that there have been two meetings between Ferrari President Elkann and Hamilton in 2019. It is believed that the Mercedes driver expressed his disappointment with Ferrari when they signed up German rival Sebastian Vettel with a 3-year deal back in 2017. Both Vettel and Hamilton fit the bill, but it remains to be seen if the German can convince Ferrari that he remains at the peak of his powers.Also Read: Michael Schumacher’s Wife Corinna Is Hiding F1 Legend’s Condition, Claims Ex-managerF1: Charles Leclerc on the potential arrival of Lewis HamiltonSebastian Vettel’s deal will be expiring at the end of next season and Hamilton would be a major asset to Ferrari, according to Charles Leclerc in a recent interview with The Guardian. The 22-year-old driver would relish the chance to have Hamilton drive alongside him. He said that in F1, he wants to fight against the best. He added that he had a big opportunity to have had Vettel next to him, who is a 4-time World Champion and he has learned a lot from him.Also Read: Lewis Hamilton Vs Michael Schumacher: In A League Of Their Own COMMENTcenter_img Written By Last Updated: 30th December, 2019 12:49 IST Charles Leclerc Beats Michael Schumacher With $10m, 5-yr Deal With Ferrari; Here Is How Charles Leclerc’s salary has tripled to €9 million, closing the gap to four-time champion Sebastian Vettel, although he remains on a deal much more per year. FOLLOW US Suraj Alva last_img read more

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Colts pin playoff hopes on Rivers’ ability to avoid mistakes

first_imgLast Updated: 28th August, 2020 07:49 IST Colts Pin Playoff Hopes On Rivers’ Ability To Avoid Mistakes Philip Rivers promises he’ll continue making some risky throws on Sunday afternoons. He also understands the need to avoid big mistakes WATCH US LIVE Written By COMMENT Associated Press Television News Philip Rivers promises he’ll continue making some risky throws on Sunday afternoons. He also understands the need to avoid big mistakes.So after 16 seasons with the Chargers, Rivers has come to Indianapolis seeking to find that sweet spot. Here, the Colts’ new starting quarterback will be protected by one of the league’s top offensive lines, will work with a deep group of talented receivers including Pro Bowler T.Y. Hilton and will rely on a strong ground game.The Colts believe it’s a winning combination, one that can help Rivers regain his old form and one that can get Indianapolis back to the playoffs.“I think there’s a fine line there between aggressive and stupid,” he said. “As long as we keep it right there, in the certain window to keep it in, I think we’ll be in good shape.”The critics contended Rivers was finished after throwing 20 interceptions and posting one of the worst seasons of his career in 2019.Colts coach Frank Reich saw something else — a gutsy veteran trying to help his team come back late in games.So Reich convinced the Colts to bet big on Rivers, pinning their title hopes on the arm of a 38-year-old quarterback who starts this season ranked sixth all-time in completions, yards passing and touchdown passes.It seems to be working out.“He’s totally where we need him to be,” Reich said after Monday’s intrasquad scrimmage. “The more live it gets and the more real it gets, the better the best players look and we are going to see that with Philip. The faster it goes and the more real it gets, the better he’s going to look.”Of course the Colts won’t know for sure until they visit Jacksonville on Sept. 13.But after missing the playoffs four of the past five seasons, Rivers finds himself getting adapted to this new, improved offense while testing himself against an upgraded defense that now includes 2018 Pro Bowl defensive tackle DeForest Buckner and 2017 All-Pro cornerback Xavier Rhodes.And Rivers knows if he does his part with a reduction in turnovers, he could be in line, similar to John Elway in 1997, to earn his first Super Bowl ring late in his career.“It fires me up. It sounds like the type of group you want to play quarterback with and for,” Rivers said. “The biggest thing for me is — be myself but also find that sweet spot between aggressiveness and stupid. Certainly, I’ve done that throughout my career in different years and don’t see any reason I can’t do that again.”BACK TO BACKRunning back Marlon Mack produced his first 1,000-yard season last year and has an expiring contract after this season.So when the Colts took a running back in the second round of the draft, Mack could have complained.Instead he embraced the opportunity to divvy up carries with Jonathan Taylor, the first Football Bowl Subdivision player to rush for more than 6,000 yards in three seasons. Mack figures the pairing serves two purposes — making the Colts stronger and keeping both player’s legs fresh.“It just motivates you,” he said. “I know we can be great together. I’m more of a team guy so we can come together as a team, go out there and just put in work. Everybody has the same goal on this team.”PHILLY SPECIALWhen the Colts needed to find a replacement for tight end Eric Ebron in free agency, Reich encouraged the Colts to add another familiar face — Trey Burton.Burton played the past two seasons in Chicago after spending his first four in Philadelphia, where Reich was the offensive coordinator. And Burton, best known for throwing a touchdown pass to Nick Foles in the Eagles’ Super Bowl 52 victory, could play a key role opposite two-time Pro Bowler Jack Doyle.“It’s something I feel like suits me really well,” Burton said when asked about the Colts’ offense.PANDEMIC WRINKLEIndianapolis has kept an undrafted rookie on its initial 53-man roster for a league-high 21 consecutive years.The COVID-19 pandemic threatens that streak.Reich acknowledges players fighting for the final roster spots will get fewer snaps in training camp and fewer opportunities to impress coaches after the in-person offseason workouts and preseason games were canceled. To get a better look, Reich compensated by scheduling two scrimmage games at Lucas Oil Stadium though he’s also noted it will be tougher for a long-shot player to make the roster.“Certainly guys that have been around the league a little bit, that degree of experience means a lot,” Reich said. “That factors into it, but I still believe that there is time for the ‘unproven guy’ to show we can trust him.”Image credits: AP center_img SUBSCRIBE TO US First Published: 28th August, 2020 07:49 IST LIVE TV FOLLOW USlast_img read more

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Miramar new amphitheater, a world class venue and entertainment destination

first_imgThe City of Miramar celebrates the grand opening of a new, world-class Amphitheater at Miramar Regional Park, 16801 Miramar Parkway on July 4th with a free community concert starting at 3:00 pm.The amphitheater is a part of the plan for Miramar to become a premier entertainment destination and the city’s welcoming and inclusive approach to multicultural entertainment professionals and audiences.  The City ofMiramar and the Greater Fort Lauderdale Conventions and Visitor’s Bureau has partnered on an initiative to position Miramar as a place for multicultural tourism in South Florida with an emphasis on the African Diaspora. The Miramar Amphitheater will serve as a catalyst to attract multicultural family gatherings, concerts, festivals, arts and more.The Miramar Amphitheater is a 5,000 capacity (3,000 covered under a 28,000 sq ft column supported tensile canopy and 2,000 located behind the canopy on promenades) and is designed with a large elevated stage, theatrical lighting, projection screens and refined sound system that is well suited for live concerts, film and television production, theater, corporate and social gatherings, and more.The Miramar Amphitheater includes ticket distribution set up, electronic signage and is surrounded by beautiful fountains, wetlands, and greenery. The amphitheater and promenade adorns 4.1 acres of green space with a total project cost of $7.4 Million to construct including amenities.The Miramar Amphitheater at Regional Park is a great winning addition to the entertainment cast of Miramar. The City of Miramar is a destination of choice for sports, theatre, arts, and recreation with award-winning facilities including the Ansin Sports Complex, Shirley Branca Memorial Park, Miramar Cultural Center and Miramar Regional Park. All of Miramar’s entertainment assets are easy to reach from Miami to Palm Beach and draws from over 6.7 million people across the region.last_img read more

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‘Embarrassing’ – Flings Owusu-Agyapong blasts Sports Ministry for refusing athletes financial support

first_imgGhanaian sprinter Flings Owusu-Agyapong has expressed her dismay at the decision by the Ministry of Youth and Sports to not provide Ghana’s athletes with financial support ahead of the World Athletics Championships in Doha, Qatar which ended earlier in October.A letter from the Ministry, in response to an apparent request from the Athletics Association for financial support from the government for the 10-member team that would take part in the Championships has gone viral on social media.The Sports Ministry stated in the letter that it had opted not to support the team, attributing its decision to “budgetary constraints.”“We regret to inform you that due to budgetary constraints, the Ministry is unable to support you at this time. Counting on your usual cooperation in this regard”The letter, which was dated 25th September, 2019, was posted on Twitter by star athlete Flings Owusu-Agyapong.She was clearly unhappy at the revelation as she accompanied the letter with the caption: “This is just embarrassing @MOYSGh, @GhanaOlympic. We deserve better than this”In a further tweet, Flings explained that the financial support which was sought by the GAA would have covered their per diems for the competition.“This was supposed to be the budget they were supposed to release for us going into Doha. Upon GAA following up with the ministry they sent this letter. This is still the same per diem issue.”Doha pain, money worriesFlings Owusu-Agyapong was part of Ghana’s women’s sprint relay team, along with Gemma Acheampong, Persis Williams Mensah and Hor Halitie, which finished 7th in the semi-final heats in Doha, with a time of 43.62s (a season’s best).They were unlucky to have be placed in a very strong field along with Nigeria, Jamaica, Great Britain and China.The mens’ team of Sean Safo-Antwi, Benjamin Azamati, Martin Owusu Antwi and Joseph Paul Amoah also ran a time of 38.24s, a season’s best for them but finished behind Great Britain, Brazil, USA, Italy and Jamaica in their heatsAfter the Championships, the athletes asked government to release per diems owed them for two competitions; the World Championships and the World Relays in Yokohama back in April.The women’s quartet have represented the country in three competitions so far in 2019 and only once, at the African Games in Rabat, were their per diems paid.Prior to all three competitions, the Ghana Athletics Federation was denied funding by the Ministry to camp the athletes for pre-competition training. Notwithstanding, they defied the odds by making it to the finals in Yokohama, which qualified them to the world championships.Despite their impressive performances, the athletes’ per diems went unpaid, forcing them to speak out on social media.The reaction from the public has largely been supportive of the athletes with many people criticising the government.According to some people, funds are always found for the Black Stars even though the football side has not won a title in over three decades.last_img read more

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Ilma Kazazic reached the quota for Performance in South Korea

first_imgA member of the ski club “Ilmer” from Sarajevo, Ilma Kazazic, made an incredible performance at the Super Cup Europe in the Swiss town Veysonaz. Kazazic, as the first competitor from Bosnia and Herzegovina, has reached the quota for participation in the Paralympic Games in South Korea.On this prestigious competition, that is reserved for the best in the discipline in giant slalom, Ilma managed to put down points to 235 and thus provide herself and Paralympic Committee of Bosnia and Herzegovina, a safe path to the XII Winter Paralympic Games in South Korea in 2018.This young skier and freshman of information technology university in Mostar, completed the ski season 2016/17 with a great performance.(Source: NV)last_img read more

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Wellington Middle School girls teams win openers

first_imgThursday, Dec. 3 Follow us on Twitter. WELLINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL Girls- Winfield, home Boys – Winfield, away Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new commentscenter_img 4 p.m. 7B, 7A, 8B, 8A. 4 p.m. 7B Followed by 7A Then 8A Basketball Wellington Middle School scores: Seventh grade girlsWellington A 50 Haysville West 20. Game notes: It was 16-4 after first quarter. Wellington scorers: Lexi Clift 9 points. Rylee Rusk 12, Draven Warnock 2, Myriland French 10, Mykiland French 4, Allison Buresh 8, Kari Dvorak 2.Wellington B 38 Haysville West 7Kadin Brown 3Draven Warnock 14Katrina Dvorak 4Reagan Raschke 6Kaydee Arebalo 4Kari Dvorak 6. Eighth grade girls Wellington 32 Haysville 24Mekenna Jones 14Lexi Jimenez 2Natalee Henning 3Lindsey Schefluer 8Tori Lewellen 5.If you have a score and/or news that is not included in the list of events above, tell your coach or send us a report at sumnernewscow@gmail.com. •••••Sports schedule: last_img read more

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