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Valencia alarm: Gabriel Paulista twists his ankle

first_imgPaulista, who was not going to play either the game against Atalanta or next week against Real Sociedad by penalty (against Atlético saw the fifth yellow), could not even withdraw on his own foot from the pitch . The images showed how he sprained his ankle and the medical services decided that he retired on a stretcher so as not to force until he checked the extent of his injury, although in the locker room he began to support himself.Valencia, waiting to know how long Gabriel will be on leave due to injury, is left with only two central staff: Mangala and Diakhaby. César Sánchez has been injured since Garay was looking for a center, although the Valencia Soccer Director is not having it easy because of the limitations he has when it comes to finding a replacement for Garay. Gabriel Paulista retired on a Mestalla stretcher. The central was injured in the penultimate action of the match. The player, as confirmed by Celades, “sprained his ankle” and assess the severity of the injury in the coming hours. Another problem for the black and white defense, who lost 14 days ago for the rest of the season to Ezequiel Garay.last_img read more

José Castro: “It is not an easy thing to agree 25 people”

first_imgThe president of Seville, José Castro, appreciated the agreement with the staff for a salary reduction and the ERTE to be held in the entity, approved this Wednesday by the Andalusian Government: “It has been a very worked agreement, with a lot of dialogue. It is not easy for a group of 25 people to agree. With good will among all we have reached that agreement, very good for the entity, “he said in the official media.The amounts saved will cushion the club’s losses, according to the utrerano: “The squad has made the cut. I am very satisfied. Also due to the effort, it belongs to the majority of Sevilla employees. After studying all the possibilities, we understood that ERTE was the best solution. We have worked so that all those affected have 95% of their emoluments. And that is why the managers and senior officials have given up part of our emoluments. And not in the short term, but in the medium term. “ LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of April 16, 2020 Why not one hundred percent of the emoluments? “In Seville we have not characterized ourselves for governing with the gallery in mind. Governing requires an exercise of responsibility, honesty and decision-making, sometimes not very popular. We required everyone’s effort. Not just for now, but looking to the future, “said Castro.Regarding the return of the competition, the president said: “There is a lot of uncertainty. The priority is to stop the pandemic. What I hope and wish is that the competition returns as soon as possible. “And finally, he spoke of the return of part of the fertilizers: “We are waiting to take action when it is known whether there are matches or not. That does not prevent us from working on them. We act on real and safe things. “last_img read more

Gilas goes 2-0 in World Cup qualifiers, hurdles Taiwan

first_imgThe Taiwanese last threatened at 73-72, at the six-minute mark before a Castro three-point play and the last of Wright’s three triples put the Filipinos in command for good, 79-72.Despite the perfect start, the pressure mounts as Gilas takes on powerhouse Australia next in the tournament’s second window starting Feb. 22, 2018 in Adelaide.Taipei’s naturalized player Quincy Davis dropped 12 of his team-best 20 points early to lift the Taiwanese to a 19-8 edge, before the Filipinos rallied to wrest the lead, 44-42, at halftime.Aussies whip JapaneseIn another qualifying match, Australia, nowhere near its full strength but still posing as the biggest hurdle for Gilas Pilipinas in the first round of the qualifying series, whipped Japan, 82-58, at Titanium Arena for a similar 2-0 start.ADVERTISEMENT Photo by Sherwin Vardeleon/INQUIRERIn defending its home court, Gilas Pilipinas got a bit sloppy.The old reliables, though, managed to clean up the mess as the Philippines turned back Chinese Taipei, 90-83, for a 2-0 start in the Fiba World Cup 2019 Asian Qualifying series Monday at Smart Araneta Coliseum.ADVERTISEMENT June Mar Fajardo, Jayson Castro and Matthew Wright sprung into action to put some fight in the Philippines after going down by twin digits right in the first three minutes, 2-12.“June Mar saved us,” said Gilas Pilipinas coach Chot Reyes. “We got off to a terrible start.”Gilas just couldn’t quite shake off Taipei—much like Japan in their 77-71 opening win in Tokyo—as the Taiwanese hung around for most of the second half until Wright stepped up to provide the spark the Filipinos needed in the final quarter.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSBack on the throneThe Filipino-Canadian Wright knocked in all of his 11 points in the fourth period, nine coming from three-point range, that gave Gilas some breather, 84-76, going into the last two minutes.Castro led the Philippines with 20 points, the same number he dropped in Japan, while Fajardo also delivered 17 points and eight rebounds. 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LATEST STORIEScenter_img MOST READ Kiss-and-tell matinee idol’s conquests: True stories or tall tales? Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson View comments Coco’s house rules on ‘Probinsyano’ set Klisura, Foton target 7th victory Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacsonlast_img read more

Non Pareil to get eco-friendly building in 2018

first_imgAn eco-friendly building will soon be constructed in Non-Pareil, East Coast Demerara, after a combined effort from the Greenhouse Club and members of the community.The fence around the building was constructed with tyresThis was revealed by Public Relations Officer of the Non Pareil Greenhouse Club, Anthony Stanislaus, who revealed that plans are being finalised to construct the building using unwanted materials such as plastic bottles and unwanted tyres, among other non-biodegradable waste items.The building, which will be 1400 square feet, will serve as a multipurpose centre and will benefit the community in the long run.“We will use the glass bottle by breaking it up and put it in the cement mixture, which will strengthen the mixture and get rid of the glass bottle. As for the tyres, we will be using (them) to make the fence with…”He explained that the club will use about 1000 tyres for the fence and some parts of the building, while the plastic bottles will be used to replace concrete hollow blocks by filling them with the cement mixture. This, he stated, will reduce the amount of waste being burnt by the community, reduce pollution, and prevent flooding due to blockages caused by excess plastics.“The building will have a normal column, beams and foundation made of cement; but now, instead of using hollow blocks, we putting plastic bottles. So now this will help to get rid of all the plastic bottles in the drainage and canal system and also lying around the places. So it will keep a clean and healthy environment”, Anthony Stanislaus related.In addition, he stated, “Old tyres take 80 years to decompose, and glass bottle take 1 million years to decompose. So now instead of burning plastic bottle and tyres, which would cause air pollution, we will be using (them) as building materials which are durable and strong.”The project is being undertaken with the aim of spreading awareness on the hazardous effects that improper disposal of waste can have on the environment. The group is also encouraging other communities to venture into such projects.The project, which commenced in September, 2016, is expected to be completed by the end of 2018.last_img read more

California GOP hoping to regroup

first_img“And to say, Look, we have that strong conservative group and you hear from that voice within the legislative community, but we also represent a voice that’s strong on the economic issues, libertarian on the social issues and progressive on the environmental issues.” But even as the party looks to broader issues, it faces internal turmoil over management and spending practices that left it with $4.4 million in outstanding debt at the end of last year. Critics say the party got very little for the money. While Schwarzenegger won re-election, and Steve Poizner won the insurance commissioner’s office, the party failed to take any other statewide offices nor gain any legislative seats. Mike Spence, president of the conservative activist group California Republican Assembly, said the party focused too heavily on Schwarzenegger. “It’s not like they were spending this money to elect other Republicans,” Spence said. “They were spending it on a guy up 20 points in the polls. It doesn’t make any sense.” Sundheim said leaders decided to give an equal and consistent level of financial support to all of the party’s statewide candidates rather than trying to adjust the amount based on the latest polls. Roger Salazar, a spokesman for the California Democratic Party, said Republicans are in low spirits. “They have a whole host of problems now,” Salazar said. “There’s millions of dollars in debt. People have been calling for an audit into how they spent their get-out-the-vote money. They have a governor who basically ignored them during the election – he didn’t lift a finger to help any of the party darlings like (controller candidate Tony) Strickland or McClintock.” “So I don’t think it’s a good time to be a Republican in California.” harrison.sheppard@dailynews.com (916) 446-6723160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Aaron McLear, a spokesman for the governor, said Schwarzenegger will emphasize his pride in being a Republican and will highlight public safety and other traditional party issues. He also is expected to pitch his health care reform plan, which has met with skepticism from the party base because it offers subsidized coverage to children of illegal immigrants and increases fees on employers, doctors and hospitals. And Schwarzenegger is expected to urge party unity. GOP Chairman Duf Sundheim said Schwarzenegger – who is conservative on financial issues but progressive on social issues – can help the party win over decline-to-state voters, who have been steadily increasing over the past decade. “Because we have Schwarzenegger for the next four years, I think that provides us with an opportunity to redefine who we are as Republicans,” Sundheim said. SACRAMENTO – As the state’s GOP faithful gather today for their semiannual convention, the mood is far from jubilant as leaders grapple with Republican Party finances and a failure to make any major gains in November’s election. Conservative activists also are continuing to grumble about the politics of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, whom they feel often acts more like a Democrat. “I think there’s great concern over the dramatic turn to the left he’s made in the past year and the damage that’s done to the state and to the party,” said Sen. Tom McClintock, R-Thousand Oaks. Schwarzenegger is scheduled to address the convention tonight at an $80-per-person dinner. He also is expected to meet privately with former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, a likely presidential contender who will speak at a luncheon Saturday. last_img read more

Alstott sticks around in Tampa Bay

first_imgThe Panthers also restructured quarterback Jake Delhomme’s contract and released special teams player Karl Hankton. NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Titans released veteran tight end Erron Kinney and offered a contract to starting left guard Jacob Bell, but receivers Drew Bennett and Bobby Wade and defensive tackle Robaire Smith are leaving as free agents. MINNEAPOLIS – The Minnesota Vikings released three former starters: cornerback Fred Smoot, tight end Jermaine Wiggins, and tackle Mike Rosenthal. DAVIE, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins released offensive linemen Seth McKinney and Bennie Anderson. ALLEN PARK, Mich. – The Detroit Lions re-signed linebacker Alex Lewis to a three-year contract. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Terms were not released, however Alstott had been seeking a deal similar to the one that paid him $1.5 million in 2006. Alstott is the Bucs’ career touchdown leader with 71 and is second on the club’s all-time rushing list with 5,088 yards. TAMPA, Fla. – Mike Alstott is returning to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a 12th season. The six-time Pro Bowl fullback, who considered retirement after each of the past two seasons, signed a one-year contract on Thursday. center_img The Bucs also released offensive tackle Kenyatta Walker, who missed most of last season with a knee injury. EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Starting safety Gibril Wilson and two other restricted free agents were tendered offers by the New York Giants on Thursday. Linebacker Reggie Torbor and running back Derrick Ward also were tendered offers on the eve of the NFL free-agency period. Wilson received a second-round tender, meaning the Giants would receive a second-round pick if he signed with another team, and New York didn’t match. CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Dan Morgan and Mike Rucker will return to the Carolina Panthers next season after agreeing to restructured contracts on Thursday. last_img read more

To do the same

first_imgRe “LAPD demotes top cop” (May 8): What a novel idea. Chief William Bratton decides to stand up for the average citizen and reporter, instead of “one of his own.” Now if we could just motivate the average cop, doctor, lawyer, judge, plumber and politician to do the same, we might actually be able to start living up to the ideas of our country – to an idea such as “of the people, by the people, and for the people.” – James Hamilton Moore Burbank Question Re “LAPD demotes top cop” (May 8): What would happen if all the police officers walked off the job? Would the mayor and Chief Bratton be able to run the city? Support our LAPD officers. We need them. We don’t need illegal immigrants. We need a police chief who backs his men, not one who back-stabs them. Let’s face it. The last great chief that L.A. had was Daryl Gates. – Sam Vilardo Lake Balboa Mayor for all people? Re “Mayor decries violent clash” (May 5): Sounds to me like Mayor Antonio not only rushed home from his trip to Mexico, but also rushed to condemn the police without finding out the facts. Why? Because the protesters where Hispanics? Also, it irritates me that he gave his speeches in English and Spanish, and this was not the first time. I thought he was a mayor for all people. Since L.A. is a city of many ethnicities, why is he catering only to the Hispanics at a time when, instead of voting for the person, people instead seem to vote by race and gender? – Joe McMillin West Hills Pattern and practice Re “LAPD takes a beating” (May 3): When will the people of Los Angeles take their city back? Beatings by the Los Angeles Police Department over the decades, particularly of minorities and of poor people, are legendary, while Hollywood celebrities continue to get the red-carpet treatment. The Los Angeles Animal Services Department slaughters a horrific number of innocents every year, refusing to work with rescue groups beyond giving lip service. The recent attack on the participants, journalists and spectators of the immigrants-rights march is but the latest in an ongoing pattern and practice of a concerted policy of governmental violence. – Terry L. Clark Arcata Media’s fault We need to support our law enforcement officers if we expect to maintain peaceful assemblies. The disruptions to the May 1 demonstrations were obviously planned in advance by a small group to incite a riot. When bottles and stones start flying, the police become the ultimate authority. Anyone who does not follow the orders of the police is no longer an innocent bystander, but part of the problem, and deserves whatever the person gets. As for the news media: They are purely and simply facilitators to the problem and are gambling with their chances. If it weren’t for media publicity, this incident never would have occurred. – Robin G. Mitchell Calabasas What we’re thinking Re “Police’s actions at rally justified; Bratton’s aren’t” (Viewpoint, May 6): Sounds like Paul D. White, co-founder of the West Valley Leadership Academy in Canoga Park, should be the next Los Angeles Police Department chief. He had the guts to write what most of us taxpaying, law-abiding citizens are thinking, but I guess we don’t count. – Donika Trotta Palmdale Self-insured When is the city of Los Angeles going to require that policemen take out their own insurance to protect themselves against lawsuits. Doctors, dentists, psychotherapists and many others have to buy insurance to protect themselves against lawsuits. The city of Los Angeles and its taxpayers should not have to pay for a few bad policemen and their mistakes. – Marjorie Eisenberg West Hills McArthur Park rally Some advice for the demonstrators: When the guys with the guns say “Go home,” do it! – Rudi Wallasch La Crescenta `Wrong-headed’ Re “Cops, don’t mess with L.A.’s press” (Viewpoint, May 6): The suggestion by Mariel Garza that the press/media should be exempted upholds a long-held suspicion of mine. When media people enter a street skirmish, wildfire, weather event, etc., they have just bought a ticket to the worst the event has to offer – without exemption or privilege. Where does this “wrong-headed” thinking come from? – Joe Harris Granada Hills The rich are different Re “The Buzz” (U section, May 8): Those who thought Paris Hilton finally got her comeuppance have learned otherwise. The whole family treats it as a joke and as a possible financial boost. Talk about dysfunctional. Paris and parents should all have to spend 45 days in a 12-by-8 cell with a team of psychiatrists. – Jacque Lamishaw Winnetka Rewarding failure Re “Versatile, but bitter” (May 7): Two weeks after the ’94 Northridge Earthquake, the Federal Emergency Management Agency was at my home to inspect all damages. Within two weeks from that time, we received a check from FEMA to repair the brick chimney, which fell and crushed our car, and all the broken windows of our home. President Clinton was the president, and whoever was head of FEMA worked quickly. As for the FEMA failure in Hurricane Katrina, the blame lies with this president, George W. Bush, for appointing an unqualified man who, when he took the job, had no experience with emergency management. But this president likes to reward the failures of his appointees. – Nina Trotta-Sutton Simi Valley What’s wrong? This past Sunday, parking was banned on my street. Why? Because people were gathering there for the Cinco de Mayo parade. The route they took used to be the route of the old Bethlehem Star Parade, which was a tradition when I was growing up in Van Nuys. All the churches in the area sponsored floats as part of the city’s Christmas celebration. We no longer have any free fireworks displays for our Independence Day, as we did when I was a kid, or any great battle celebration, much less a parade. Yet now we allow a parade for some foreign holiday, which isn’t even a federal holiday in Mexico. What’s wrong with this country? – Tesa Becica Van Nuys Teddy was right Teddy Roosevelt said “walk softly and carry a big stick.” He didn’t say to alienate and threaten friend and foe alike, especially if you don’t have the means or resolve to back it up. Diplomacy is a only a useful tool if you’re dealing with rational people. No nation has ever wanted to see their youngest and finest lost to war. Nonetheless, we find ourselves in major conflict with the most irrational of all the religious fanatics, the suicidal want-to-be martyrs, the beheaders of anyone opposed to their beliefs. This is for all the marbles. We have to win. – Bill Fleming Burbank160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img

Peace Region Team Off To Skills Canada Provincials

first_img24 competitors from virtually every corner of the region will take part.The members are from the area’s three school districts (59, 60, & 81) and Northern Lights College.Most of those heading to the Fraser Valley were gold-medal winners at the regional competition January 31st in Dawson Creek.- Advertisement -The team will hit the road from Dawson Creek next Tuesday, April 8th.last_img

Bradford lights up field for Colton

first_imgWhen he clears his mind and transports himself back in time, Harold Strauss can still hear the buzz of the crowd. “Allen Bradford was the most fierce hitter I ever coached,” the Colton High School football coach said. “Whether carrying the ball on offense or making a hit on defense, you could hear the oohs and aahs coming from the stands. “He created an electricity on Friday nights.” Although Strauss would like to have Bradford in the lineup indefinitely, the eligibility of the punishing running back and linebacker has expired. AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREGift Box shows no rust in San Antonio Stakes win at Santa Anita Next fall, he will play for USC. “I don’t want to leave Southern California,” Bradford said of his decision, made at the U.S. Army All-Star Game in San Antonio. “I want my family and friends to be able to see me play.” Bradford probably will have an extra ticket or two each game for Strauss, who for the past four years hasn’t sweated over admission to Bradford’s game. The 6-foot, 225-pound wunderkind has been a mainstay for Colton. This season in leading the Yellowjackets to a 9-3 record, he rushed for 1,869 yards and scored 29 touchdowns. Also a threat as a receiver, he latched onto 20 passes for 429 yards and six TDs. Most impressive were his 260 points, ranking him third in the state. Bradford averaged 21.7 points per game, scoring 38 touchdowns and 38 extra points. center_img On defense he was just as impressive, making 157 tackles, including 12 sacks. He also recovered a fumble and returned it 83 yards. “Allen is pretty special,” Strauss said. “Talents like that don’t come along every year. He improved more and more each year. And the accolades he has received send a good message to the other kids in the program, that something like this can happen if you work really hard.” Add another plaudit to Bradford’s treasure trove: Because of his season-long excellence, he is The Sun’s Player of the Year. He leads a stellar All-County team that consists of Bradford and 26 other county stars, 13 on offense and 13 on defense. The honor is just the latest for the Colton star. Late last month, he was named to the Parade Magazine All-America team, getting named the all-purpose Player of the Year. “This is what I’ve wanted to do for a long time,” Bradford said. “I’ve always wanted to play college football and to be able to take my game to another level, and I’m really looking forward to it.” Colton fans no doubt will have mixed feelings. They’ll take pride in seeing Bradford play for the Trojans but might long for the days when he was bulling over tacklers or separating ball carriers from their senses with his big hits. During Bradford’s last three years on varsity, he led the Yellowjackets to two league titles and 30 victories. Especially exciting was the 2005 season when he teamed with players like Shareece Wright, quarterback Brad Sorensen, wideout and defensive back James Smith and lineman Mario Perez in averaging a ridiculous 51.3 points per game. “The thing I’ll remember most was being out there on Friday nights with all my teammates, playing before my family and friends,” Bradford said. “Whatever I do in my career, I just want to be remembered.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more


first_imgMeg and her medals!On Friday two local gymnasts travelled to Belfast to compete in the Northern Region Special Olympics Gymnastics Competition in the Belvoir Activity Centre.Twelve year old Meg Carr from Hawthorn Heights competed in Level One and came first in the Floor Routine, the Beam Routine, the Bars and the Vault and also won the All Round Female category for her level.Thirty one year old Patrick Quinlivan from the Long Lane area competed in Level Four and came first in the Men’s Floor Routine, the Pommell Horse, the Rings, the Parallel Bars, the High Bar and the Vault and also won the All Round Male category for his level. Congratulations are extended to both gymnasts for all their hard work especially with the new routines.Meg & PatrickMeg and Proud Sister Nell!All hail Meg! Meg with members of LCGC  MEG AND PATRICK PICK UP GYMNASTIC GOLD! was last modified: May 19th, 2013 by BrendaShare 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) Tags:MEG AND PATRICK PICK UP GYMNASTIC GOLD!last_img read more