Chelsea to Inter Milan: Table £10m for Moses or no deal

first_img Loading… And Calciomercato claim the Italian club do want to keep him but only if they can get him at a discounted price. The Nerazzurri will therefore seek to negotiate a new deal for Moses, whose existing contract at Stamford Bridge is due to expire in the summer of 2021. Read AlsoLuke Shaw names Victor Moses as his toughest opponent Moses last featured prominently for Chelsea in the two seasons they were coached by current Inter boss Conte. During that time he notched eight goals and eight assists in 78 appearances in all competitions, helping the London club win an FA Cup and their last Premier League title. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid ArmageddonA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made6 Ridiculous Health Myths That Are Actually True8 Best 1980s High Tech GadgetsInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street ArtThe 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World8 Things To Expect If An Asteroid Hits Our Planet6 Incredibly Strange Facts About Hurricanes11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top7 Universities Where Getting An Education Costs A Hefty Penny20 Amazing Facts About The Daenerys Of The House Of Targaryencenter_img Inter Milan have been told to dole out £10m or forget their dream of having Nigeria international Victor Moses on permanent deal. The Italian side have found the Nigerian a worthy material and are reportedly eager to have him on permanent basis but the huge amount being asked by the Stamford Bridge landlords is standing against the deal. Moses, who joined Chelsea in 2012, is in the midst of his fifth loan spell in six years after joining Inter in January when his stay at Fenerbahce was cut short. Cheslsea not ready to let moses go to inter for cheap Inter and Chelsea agreed a six-month deal with an option to buy for the Nigerian, who contributed one assist in seven appearances for Antonio Conte’s side before football was out on hold due to the coronavirus crisis.Advertisementlast_img read more

O’Leary wins legal battle

first_imgDavid O’Leary has won a £3.4million compensation claim against Dubai-based club Al Ahli. “Club officials had openly stated to the media at the relevant time that there had been a dismissal,” said an LMA statement. The club also argued that FIFA lacked jurisdiction to hear the claim. FIFA rejected both lines of defence and awarded O’Leary, who was backed by the LMA and represented by Paul Gilroy QC and solicitor Michael Kennedy, the full sum due under his contract. O’Leary said: “It has taken a long time to deal with this matter but I am pleased that all issues have now been finalised. I hope my case provides reassurance to all managers and coaches working all over the world that there is a formal system in place that provides employment protection.” Richard Bevan, chief executive of the LMA, thanked the Football Association for their help in taking the case to FIFA. Bevan said: “We are clearly delighted with the outcome. In addition, the LMA is extremely grateful to the FA for their assistance in initiating the process with FIFA. “The added significance and wider impact of this process is the proof that FIFA has mechanisms in place which regulate worldwide employment issues.” The former Leeds and Aston Villa boss had taken the claim for 5.2million US dollars to FIFA following his dismissal one year into a three-year contract. The League Managers’ Association (LMA) said despite having sacked O’Leary, Al Ahli claimed the Irishman had abandoned his job. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Rogue too hot in Blazers

first_img The Mouse Morris-trained seven-year-old arrived on a losing run that stretched back to his only previous success over fences, which came at Punchestown on New Year’s Eve 2013. David Mullins got a great tune out of him here, though, and he found more than the challenging pair of Perfect Promise and Urano after the last to beat the former by a couple of lengths. Morris, who suffered bad luck in Wednesday’s Plate after Rule The World hit the deck when bang in contention, said: “There’s nothing like winning a Plate but it wasn’t to be so we’ll take this one. “I’ll have to talk to the owners now and see what they want to do.” Of Rule The World, Morris added: “He was probably just going too easy. Thankfully he’s grand, there’s one of those staying races in him, probably the Kerry National will be next, we’ll see.” Mullins said: “Everything really went to plan. I was able to save him everywhere and you save a lot of ground going around the inside here. “To be fair, I rode him in Roscommon and it was all just happening a bit quick. The ease in the ground and everything going to plan today really helped him. “He won the last day of the year in 2013 in Punchestown so we had no real doubts about his stamina, and his jumping was A1 so we said we’d ride him handy and that hopefully he’d stay going and he did. “I didn’t really see much after the second or third fence. I was just happy with everything, the way it was going. “We knew he’d be on his head for the first two or three fences. I didn’t get to make it over the first and the second but he really did enjoy it when he got to the front and everything just went to plan after that.” Rogue Angel (16-1) produced a gritty performance from the front to come out on top in the Guinness Galway Blazers Handicap Chase at Ballybrit.center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

Another Successful SpaceX Launch

first_imgSpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket has been successfully launched from the Kennedy Space Center for a Defense Department mission carrying about two dozen satellites. It was launched overnight, becoming the first ever night-time launch of the world’s most powerful rocket. Liftoff! pic.twitter.com/EZIbdSY5r2— SpaceX (@SpaceX) June 25, 2019 The launch went smoothly, but the re-landing proved as difficult as thought. Two of the Falcon Heavy’s side boosters made it back safely, the core booster however crashed into the ocean. The rocket is also carrying cremated human remains in a sort of “funeral flight.”last_img read more

Update on the latest sports

first_imgThe league tightened its rules before this season when it comes to matters such as player tampering.NFL-NEWSWashington activates linebacker Reuben Foster off PUP listUNDATED (AP) — The Washington Football Team has activated linebacker Reuben Foster off the physically unable to perform list. The team made the move days ahead of the start of on-field training camp workouts. Foster, now 26, tore the ACL in and caused additional damage to his left knee during offseason workouts in May 2019. He missed the entire 2019 season. Washington claimed him off waivers in November 2018. The San Francisco 49ers released Foster after a domestic violence incident at the team hotel on the road in Tampa, Florida. Prosecutors decided to drop charges citing insufficient evidence, and the NFL fined Foster but did not suspend him. Associated Press Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditPGA CHAMPIONSHIPDustin Johnson tops a tight leaderboard for final round of PGASAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Twenty players tee off Sunday in the final round at the PGA Championships within a nerve-wracking five shots of the lead. NBA-GREEN FINEDNBA fines Draymond Green $50,000 for Devin Booker commentsLAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) — Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green’s suggestion for Devin Booker’s future did not amuse the NBA. The league fined Green $50,000 on Sunday for violating the league’s anti-tampering rule with comments about Booker, who is the Phoenix Suns’ star guard.Green said Saturday during an appearance as an analyst for TNT: “Get my man out of Phoenix. It’s not good for him. It’s not good for his career.” Booker has not been to the playoffs with the Suns, who have not made the postseason in 10 years. The Suns are 5-0 so far inside the so-called bubble at Walt Disney World, which is playing host to the NBA’s restart, and that streak has moved Phoenix into playoff contention. Update on the latest sports The Cardinals have not played since July 30. Monday’s postponement marks their 11th game derailed by the outbreak.In other MLB news:— Pittsburgh Pirates utility infielder Phil Evans will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a concussion and fracturing his jaw in a collision with teammate Gregory Polanco in foul territory. Evans was injured when Polanco’s right elbow hit Evans in the face while the two were chasing down a flyball hit by Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera. Evans briefly lost consciousness on the play, but director of sports medicine Todd Tomczyk says he is expected to make a full recovery. Evans was placed on the 45-day injured list, but the shortness of the 2020 season means he will not return this year.— The New York Yankees have placed slugger Giancarlo Stanton on the 10-day injured list with a left hamstring strain. The move was announced before Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Stanton was hurt in Game 2 of Saturday’s doubleheader with the Rays while advancing from first to second base on a wild pitch. He hurt his right calf during spring training and had spent time during the coronavirus-caused shutdown rehabbing at the Yankees’ spring training complex in Tampa. Stanton was limited to 18 games in 2019 due to several injuries. Infielder Thairo Estrada was recalled from the alternate training site.— Michael Wacha (WAH’-kuh) has been placed on the injured list because of right shoulder inflammation three starts into his one-year contract with the New York Mets. Manager Luis Rojas said before Sunday’s game with Miami that Wacha felt pain in his shoulder after allowing four runs in five innings on Friday. Wacha is 1-2 with a 6.43 ERA this season. He pitched five innings of one-run ball in his debut July 27 in Boston, but has allowed nine runs over nine innings in his past two starts.center_img August 9, 2020 At the top is Dustin Johnson at 9-under, looking for his second major and the bragging rights that go with it. But there’s no shortage of subplots brewing behind him. They begin with two-time defending champion Brooks Koepka (KEHP’-kuh) at 7-under. Bryson DeChambeau is another stroke back, with a pursuing pack of rising stars bristling to make the season’s first major the first marker in their careers. MLB-NEWSPirates-Cardinals game slated for Monday postponedUNDATED (AP) — The Pittsburgh Pirates will not travel to St. Louis on Sunday and Monday’s opening game of their three-game series with the Cardinals has been postponed while St. Louis deals with a COVID-19 outbreak.The Pirates canceled their flight to St. Louis scheduled for Sunday evening. It’s unclear whether the other two games in the series will be salvaged. The Cardinals have not played since July 30. The ostponement marks their 11th game derailed by the outbreak. In other NFL news:— Wide receiver Chester Rogers has signed with the Miami Dolphins, providing a reinforcement at a position where two players earlier opted out for the season. Rogers started 22 games from 2016 to 2019 with the Indianapolis Colts. He has 111 career receptions for 1,221 yards and five touchdowns. Miami earlier signed receiver Ricardo Louis. Receivers Albert Wilson and Allen Hurns opted out because of the coronavirus.F1-70TH ANNIVERSARY GPVerstappen storms to unlikely victory over Mercedes duoSILVERSTONE, England (AP) — Max Verstappen has sprung what could be the surprise of the Formula One season by beating Lewis Hamilton to win the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. The Red Bull driver crossed the line at Silverstone 11.3 seconds clear of Hamilton, with Valtteri Bottas third. Mercedes had been expected to cruise to their fifth win from as many rounds this season. But both Hamilton and Bottas struggled with their tires to clear the way for Verstappen to take an unlikely win. Charles Leclerc finished fourth for Ferrari ahead of Red Bull’s Alexander Albon. Racing Point’s Lance Stroll was sixth. Hamilton will head to next week’s Spanish Grand Prix with a 30-point championship lead over Verstappen.last_img read more

Local restaurants impacted by Governor’s Executive Order

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich.— Taking only call in orders over the phone is now the new operation at John Boy’s. Restaurants across the state of Michigan shut down their dine in areas Monday after Governor Whitmer signed off on the temporary closing of public spaces.The Alpena staple has been open for almost 15 years serving customers a variety of food around the clock. Since the announcement, customers can place an order over the phone and choose the option to have their meal delivered or picked up curbside.For many waitresses use to working the dine in area and relying on tips the new restrictions will cause a financial strain. Residents are encouraged to order locally to help keep businesses open. The executive order is in effect until March 30th.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious President of MidMichigan Health Alpena says, “We shouldn’t be panicking.”Next Mackinaw Bridge no longer accepting cash payments starting Saturdaylast_img read more

Ghana Beach Soccer Association, Omniquest seal marketing agreement

first_imgThe Ghana Beach Soccer Association (GBSA) has signed an exclusive Marketing Consultancy agreement with OmniQUEST Limited.The agreement will see the association benefit from top-notch event marketing, branding solutions and sponsorship syndication from the media outfit.The Director of Omniquest, Frederick Amoah said his media agency will support the association to build upon the modest but impressive strides so far made.OmniQUEST brings to the GBSA, a rich background of sporting events and brands, including the Kinapharma Premier League, GHALCA’s annual Top 4 Tournament and the President’s Cup.As Head of Sports at Multi TV and lately Manager of Sports at TV3, Fred Amoah also brings immense media experience spanning Advertising, Public Relations and Sports Marketing to the GBSA.He created numerous TV sports programmmes currently running on both stations. Fred Amoah has moved to concentrate on sports brand building, asset management and events syndication. Under the terms of the agreement, OmniQUEST would actively support the operations of GBSA through packaging, branding and marketing of the local Beach Soccer leagues, marshaling of extensive media exposure for beach soccer, while creating a viable promotional platform for corporate Ghana to invest in the game.The national Beach Soccer team, when constituted, will benefit from OmniQUEST’s expertise.With just a few weeks to the commencement of the second season of the Ghana Beach Soccer Leagues, the agreement provides a timely and much needed boost for the GBSA.Over the past four years, beach soccer in Ghana has made tremendous strides from being a sport played for fun along most of the country’s coastlines, to a serious competitive discipline played under FIFA rules.There are currently twenty registered beach soccer clubs in the country following the first ever league selection gala in 2011 which was played in Ada. Immediately after the gala, the top ten teams were seeded and categorized into the Championship, with the remaining ten teams making up the Division 1 league.Currently with over 600 registered beach soccer players, the GBSA held it’s first ever congress in September 2011 at which executives were elected into office.Following congress, the maiden league season got underway with sponsorship from Cal Bank, Voltic Mineral Water and Clementia Contacto.Keta Sunset Sporting Club from the Volta region emerged winners of the Championship, whilst the Division 1 League was annexed by Teshie United BSC.Organising two competitive leagues with limited resources was a remarkable effort by the new association headed by Yaw Ampofo Ankrah. He believes the new partnership with OmniQUEST would strengthen beach soccer’s international brand appeal.“There is no doubt in my mind that with the support promised by the GFA and now a powerful partnership with OmniQUEST, branding and professionalism will advance beach soccer in Ghana”last_img read more

Copa America: Brazil edge past Venezuela into quarters without Neymar

first_imgBrazil were pushed all the way in their efforts to secure a Copa America quarter-final place, edging past Venezuela with an unconvincing and somewhat nervy 2-1 win.With Colombia and Peru drawing earlier in the evening, a draw would have secured both Brazil and Venezuela’s passage into the tournament’s final eight – however, Dunga’s side claimed top spot in Group C with the victory – setting up a meeting with Paraguay.Brazil came into their final group game of the Copa America without Neymar – who was handed a four-match suspension for his role in a post-match brawl in the mid-week defeat to Colombia.Robinho was instead handed the starting place as the focal point of their attack.Thiago Silva gave Brazil the lead with a thumping first half finish before Roberto Firmino doubled their advantage following a close-range finish following good work down the left wing by Willian. Mike’s late goal gave Venezuela hope of a fightback, but the Selecao just about held on.–last_img read more

Is Jarrett Stidham ready to be Patriots starting quarterback? His former coach thinks so

first_imgBleacher Report’s Matt Miller reported that one agent he spoke with tried to set up calls with New England to talk about his free agency or quarterback prospects in the draft. “Those calls, per the agent, came and went without a response from the Patriots,” Miller wrote.Stidham isn’t a speedster, but he offers the mobility the Patriots haven’t had at quarterback with Tom Brady. Stidham might not work out, but all signs point to him being the guy.A Day 3 pick getting thrown into the action at quarterback? For the Patriots? In just his second year? Success seems like a long shot, but you never know. A dozen quarterbacks were selected in the 2020 NFL Draft, and none were chosen by the Patriots.The first wave of free agency has come and gone with quarterbacks finding their new homes. The second wave seems dried up, too, with Andy Dalton now in Dallas and Jameis Winston in New Orleans.  So Bill Belichick either has something up his sleeve, or Jarrett Stidham will be the quarterback to lead the Patriots into the post-Tom Brady era.MORE: Why didn’t the Patriots draft a QB? Bill Belichick keeps everyone guessing again with NFL Draft strategyStidham has four passing attempts in an NFL career that began as the 133rd pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Two of those attempts were caught by Patriots. A third was caught by Jets safety Jamal Adams and returned for a touchdown. His resume doesn’t stand out, but Belichick must like what he’s seen.Gus Malzahn, Stidham’s coach at Auburn, offered some insight on why the Patriots seem to be comfortable handing over the starting job to the second-year pro.”It definitely helped him to learn under the best and see what that looks like, but he’s the kind of young man, too, this is what he’s been waiting on,” Malzahn told ESPN.com. “I’ll tell you, the moment won’t be too big for him. He’ll be up to the challenge, that’s what I expect.” Stidham played his final two seasons at Auburn after transferring from Baylor in wake of the program’s sexual abuse scandal. “Even when he got (to Auburn), before he played his first game, you could just kind of tell he was a mature young man,” Malzahn told ESPN. “Like a gym rat, always at the complex trying to learn, study film. When he got drafted by the Patriots, I thought it was a perfect spot for him system-wise — spreading the field. He’s so good with protections, changing protections, and scheme-wise everything that goes with it, and just the flexibility the scheme gives him. I think that really applies to his strength.”I’ve heard it now from A LOT of people close to the Patriots. They really believe in Jarrett Stidham.Like it or not, Stidham is not a cheap placeholder… he’s the future.— Rich Ohrnberger (@ohrnberger) May 2, 2020In 2017, Stidham led Auburn to the SEC Championship game, one win away from a birth in the College Football Playoff. He was considered a potential first-round pick before 2018, but fell down draft boards during the season after Auburn’s top two receivers tore their ACLs in the spring. Stidham was the second-ranked dual-threat quarterback after Kyler Murray in ESPN’s 2015 recruiting rankings. Per the NFL Network’s Peter Schrager, Stidham de-committed from Texas Tech in 2014 following Red Raiders’ Patrick Mahomes performance in matchup vs. Baylor in which Mahomes, who was a true freshman, threw for 598 yards in the AT&T Stadium matchup.Stidham’s talent has flashed in the past. The most telling indicator of his ability might just be the moves the Patriots didn’t make this offseason. Jordan Love fell in the draft to New England at pick 23, yet they traded down. The Patriots don’t have much cap space, but certainly could have afforded the $1 million price tag for Winston.last_img read more

New help for people who run sports clubs

first_img12 Feb 2015 New help for people who run sports clubs Thousands of people who dedicate their time to making sport a great experience for everyone can now get free and practical help to run their grassroots clubs.Club Matters is a new online support tool created by Sport England to help clubs to thrive. It offers a wide range of tools, top tips and quick and easy guides to help with the day-to-day running of clubs, including:Workshops – Free and short training sessions delivered across the country by experts on a range of specific areas.Mentoring – Either for long term support, or just a short call to sound out ideas, Club Matters’ ?exible mentoring scheme offers personal support at a time and place to suit.Club Improvement Plans – Online resource for clubs of all sizes and at all stages of their development, to establish where they are performing well and where they can develop.Club Views – A club survey tool helping users to ask members and volunteers what they think about their club, and make suggestions.Clubmark – The nationally-acknowledged accreditation scheme for community sports clubs. As part of Clubmark accreditation, clubs will have the opportunity to request a Club Matters mentor to help them through the accreditation process.Online Support – Help and guidance in all areas of running a sports club. This includes online toolkits, quick reference guides and e-learning modules.Nick Bitel, Sport England’s chairman, said: “Sports clubs play an important role in community sport – providing sporting opportunities for millions of people every week.“But clubs need committed people to run them. It’s the people who organise the events and encourage new members to join that keep clubs going. They’re the ones that can benefit directly from this.“Club Matters has been carefully designed to give those involved in running clubs what they want, in a simple, easy to access way. We’ve worked to create a single support package which is open to any club that wants support and information. And importantly, it’s free.“No matter the size of the sports club, this is a great tool and something that I know people will find incredibly useful.”Over the next eight months, Sport England will be holding sessions throughout the country to demonstrate Club Matters to people from sports clubs, sports governing bodies and county sports partnerships.Click here to visit the Club Matters websitelast_img read more